The aim of the Computer Programming Program is to train technical professionals who have learned and assimilated the fundamental concepts and terminology in the field of information technology. These professionals should be capable of understanding and implementing new systems needed in this sector, as well as solving problems that may arise in software and hardware. They should be equipped to create new software and possess the necessary skills to maintain, repair, and operate an operational information processing system, including quality assurance. Furthermore, they should be able to take part in tasks related to system preparation, design, and operation.
As the Computer Programming Program, our mission is to educate qualified intermediate human resources who can contribute to the installation and continuity of information automation systems in businesses. They should be proficient in using current programming languages, capable of planning, understanding and solving algorithms, and able to design and develop while correcting errors that may occur during these processes.
Our vision as the Computer Programming Program is to train entrepreneurial, innovative, distinguished, successful, and self-confident students with our experienced teaching staff, providing them with a bright future.
The objective of the Computer Programming Program is to train qualified intermediate human resources who possess excellent computer knowledge and can work in all areas of the information technology sector. We aim to provide the highest standard of education that meets the expectations of the IT sector and our students, preparing them for the future.
As the Computer Programming Program, our goal is to train intermediate human resources who can contribute to the installation and continuity of information automation systems in businesses. They should be proficient in using current programming languages, capable of planning, understanding and solving algorithms, and able to design and develop while correcting errors that may occur during these processes.
Who Can Apply to This Program?
- Individuals who can further develop themselves after learning the basic concepts
- Those interested in Mathematics and Logic
- Individuals who believe they can convert a given problem into a programming language
- Those who can foresee any situation that may occur with a problem beforehand
- Patient and persistent individuals
- Careful and meticulous individuals
- Anyone who can update themselves according to the requirements of the age and is not afraid to enter a new field can apply to this program.
Graduates of this program receive the title of Computer Programmer. Opportunities for employment are broad for them after this education. They can work in public institutions, banks, and private sector workplaces. The widespread use of computers in all areas makes it easier for professionals in this field to find jobs and indicates that they will maintain their sought-after qualifications for a long time. Both men and women prefer this profession. Job opportunities after graduation also depend on how students develop themselves during their education. Participation in extracurricular activities and other training outside of classes has a significant impact on finding a job after graduation.
Graduates have job opportunities as software support staff, information technology support staff, technical personnel in maintenance and repair units in all enterprises, technical personnel in computer service businesses, data entry personnel in public institutions, information technology support staff, technical personnel in automation systems in factories, web site administrators in company websites, and assistant manager positions in internet companies.
Vertical Transfer to Other Departments
Graduates of the Computer Programming associate degree program, if successful in the Vertical Transfer Exam conducted by the Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM), can transfer to the following departments:
- Computer Science
- Computer Engineering
- Computer and Instructional Technology Education
- Information Systems Engineering
- Information Systems and Technologies
- Industrial Engineering
- Physics Engineering
- Statistics and Computer Science
- Control and Automation Engineering
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Meteorology Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Management Information Systems
Students studying in the Computer Programming Program can also apply for a Double Major in the Information Security Technology program if they meet the necessary requirements.