Electrical – Electronics Engineering

Program Description

The Master’s Program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a program designed to meet the needs of the market and the modern profession of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. It offers a wide range of theoretical and practical courses in various topics. The aim of the master’s program is to enable students to access, evaluate, and interpret knowledge through scientific research. In this student-centered program, all courses are selected based on the recommendations of the advisor in line with the student’s interests and the area they wish to specialize in.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a field that can provide employment and career opportunities in various areas, keeping up with current trends in the market and the advancements in technology. Graduates are employed in public and private sector institutions with the title “Electrical and Electronics Engineer.”

Program Structure

The thesis-based master’s program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering consists of a total of 7 courses, a seminar course, and a thesis work, totaling 21 credits. The seminar course and thesis work are graded as either successful or unsuccessful and carry no credit. The duration of the thesis-based master’s program is a minimum of four and a maximum of six semesters. Scientific preparation programs are not taken into account in the duration calculations. Periods in which the student does not register are included in the maximum duration.

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