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General Information

Aim of the Program

Mechatronics engineering is a multidisciplinary engineering department formed by computer engineering, electrical-electronics engineering and mechanical engineering.   Mechatronics engineers, who have a broad perspective in design, manufacturing and project management, distinguish from other engineering deparments with the management of the working processes utilizing multidisciplinary engineering branches. Mechatronics Engineering Graduate Program intend to educate engineerings who have knowlegde on the mechanical engineering, electrical-electronics engineering and computer engineering, are using  this sinergy effectively and  are able to bring autonomy, decision  and control features to any electro-mechanical systems based on the design requirements. The students of the Mechatronics Engineering Graduate Program can contribute the literature with the research activities.


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Career Opportunities

Graduates of the Mechatronics Engineering Graduate Program have the opportunity to work in various departments of public private institutions. Robot industry can make many subcontractor careers such as production facilities, factories and facilities, electronics, computer and mechanical parts, automotive sector, automation companies, telecommunication companies, machine manufacturing companies. Graduates are also allowed to make academic careers.

 

Programmes allowing Horizontal Transfer

The transition will be allowed for the graduates of mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, electrical-electronics engineering, mechatronics engineering, industrial engineering, computer engineering, metallurgical and materials engineering, naval architecture and marine engineering, aeronautical engineering , physics and physics engineering departments, if the necessary conditions are met.

 

Programmes allowing Vertical Transfer

The transition with the DGS exam will be allowed for the graduates of mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, electrical-electronics engineering, mechatronics engineering, industrial engineering, computer engineering, metallurgical and materials engineering, naval architecture and marine engineering, aeronautical engineering , physics and physics engineering departments, if the necessary conditions are met.