İnşaat Mühendisliği Lisans Programı
İnşaat Mühendisliği Lisans Programı için önerilen ders programı:
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|Ders Kodu||Ders Adı||AKTS||Kredi||Önkoşul|
|CE 100||Introduction to Civil Engineering||3||2|
|CHEM 101||General Chemistry||5||3||CHEM 101 L*|
|CHEM 101 L||General Chemistry Lab.||1||1||CHEM 101*|
|ENG 101||English for Academic Purposes I||4||2|
|MATH 115||Calculus I||7||4|
|PHYS 103||Physics I||6||3||PHYS 103 L*|
|PHYS 103 L||Physics I Lab.||2||1||PHYS 103 *|
|TURK 111||Turkish Language and Literature I||2||1|
|CAD 102||Computer Aided Technical Drawing||5||3|
|ENG 102||English for Academic Purposes II||4||2||ENG 101|
|MATH 116||Calculus II||7||4||MATH 115|
|PHYS 104||Physics II||6||3||PHYS 104 L*|
|PHYS 104 L||Physics II Lab.||2||1||PHYS 104*|
|STAT 102||Engineering Mechanics: Statics||6||3|
|COMP 111||Computer Programming (MATLAB)||5||3|
|DYN 201||Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics||6||4||PHYS 103*|
|HISTR 211||Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic I||2||1|
|MATH 211||Linear Algebra||6||3|
|MATH 213||Differential Equations||7||4||MATH 116|
|CE 202||Construction Materials||6||4|
|ECON 112||Economics for Engineering||5||2|
|HISTR 212||Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic II||2||1|
|MATH 224||Probability and Statistics for Engin||6||4|
|STM 203||Strength of Materials||6||4||STAT 102|
|TURK 112||Turkish Language and Literature II||2||1|
|CE 300||Civil Engineering Practice I||2||1|
|CE 301||Soil Mechanics||6||5||STM 203|
|CE 303||Theory of Structures I||6||4||STM 203|
|CE 403||Traffic and Transportation Engineering||6||3|
|FLM 301||Fluid Mechanics||6||3||PHYS 103
|ENGR 301||Technical Report Writing and Presentation||4||2||ENG 102|
|CE 302||Foundation Engineering||5||4||CE 301|
|CE 304||Theory of Structures II||5||4||CE 303|
|CE 306||Hydraulics||5||3||FLM 301|
|CME 302||Computational Methods in Engineering||5||3||MATH 115
|ENTR 400||Business Skills and Entrepreneurship||5||3|
|Required SOC/HUM 100-level Component||5||3|
|CE 305||Reinforced Concrete Structures I||6||4||STM 203|
|CE 400||Civil Engineering Practice II||2||1|
|CE 401||Construction Management||5||3|
|CE 407||Water Resources||5||3|
|CE 409||Design of Steel Structures||6||4||STM 203|
|CE 490||Senior Design Project Research||1||1||Son Sınıf Öğrencileri|
|CE 492||CE Senior Design Project||7||3||CE 490|
|HUM 300||Engineering Ethics||3||2|
Öğrenciler inşaat mühendisliği formasyonu için almaları gereken zorunlu derslere ek olarak, açılacak olan seçmeli ders ile kendi ilgi alanlarına göre ders seçebileceklerdir. Seçmeli dersler, öğrencilerimizin belli bir alanda daha derinlemesine bilgi sahibi olarak mezun olmasını ve bu alanda faaliyet sürdüren firmalarda veya akademik birimlerde daha başarılı çalışmalar yapabilmesini sağlayacaktır.
|Ders Kodu||Ders Adı||AKTS||Kredi|
|CE 434||Earth Retaining Systems and Slopes||5||3|
|CE 446||Water Supply and Disposal Systems||5||3|
|CE 454||Building Cost Estimation Analysis||5||3|
|CE 462||Advanced Concrete Technology||5||3|
|CE 482||Introduction to Earthquake Engineering||5||3|
|CE 483||Earthquake Resistant Structural Design||5||3|
Ön Koşul Diyagramı
CE 100 Introduction to Civil Engineering (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 3
(İnşaat Mühendisliğine Giriş)
This course provides an introduction to civil engineering profession and its technical specializations (sub-disciplines). The following topics are covered: Introduction to Civil Engineering Profession & MEF University Civil Engineering Curriculum, SI and US custom unit systems and unit conversions problems, Basic concepts, Mini glossary and Basic engineering problems pertaining to civil engineering technical areas (i.e., construction materials, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, water resources & hydraulics engineering, construction management), National & International Professional Organizations, Ethics Code & Case Analysis, Professional Licensing, Public Policy, Environmental protection & Sustainability, Health & Safety, Main Constraints of Engineering Design.
COMP 111 Computer Programming (MATLAB) (2+0+2) 3 ECTS 5
(Bilgisayar Programlama (MATLAB))
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to fundamentals of computer programming and algorithm development. The following topics are covered: algorithms, vectors and matrices, functions, selection statements, loop statements, I/O processes, functions, plotting, structures, scripts and programs in MATLAB programming language.
ENG 101 English for Academic Purposes I (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 4
(Akademik İngilizce I)
The aim of this course is to provide students with the academic skills necessary to succeed in their undergraduate studies. This course utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in an integrated approach to promote the use of English in an academic context. The course will provide an introduction to academic English and help students become more confident, independent and experienced writers and speakers of English when addressing various subjects in an academic environment.
MATH 115 Calculus I (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 7
(Diferansiyel ve İntegral Hesap I)
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of function of a single variable, trigonometric functions, limit, continuity of a function, differentiation of a single variable function, extremum of a function, mean value theorem, L’Hospital’s rule, antiderivative and the indefinite integral, definite integrals, fundamental theorem of calculus, applications of the definite integral, the exponential and logarithmic function, the inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions and their inverses, integration techniques.
PHYS 103 Physics I (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6
This course includes the topics mostly related with mechanics part of fundamental physics. These topics are; significant figures, units and unit analysis, vectors, motion in one dimension, motion in multi dimensions, Newton’s Laws and their applications, work and kinetic energy, potential energy and conservation of energy, momentum and conservation of momentum, rotation of rigid bodies and dynamics of rotational motion.Corequisite: PHYS 103 L
PHYS 103 L Physics I Lab. (0+0+2) 1 ECTS 2
(Fizik I Laboratuvarı)
This laboratory course includes the experiments related to mechanics. The laboratory experiments covered in this course are based on the measurement of time, period and force using proper tools. These measurements are used in order to determine the speed, velocity, acceleration and period of the objects in motion. With the help of physics laws, some physical quantities are determined following these measurements compared with those obtained from theoretical approaches.Corequisite: PHYS 103
TURK 111 Turkish Language and Literature I (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2
(Türk Dili ve Edebiyatı I)
Definition and features of language, language-culture, language-gender, language-geography, language-nationality relationship, language birth, classification of languages, types of language, historical development of Turkish, sound and form features of Turkish, expression units, proverbs and idioms, problems Turkish language face, punctuation marks, writing rules, expression disorders.
CAD 102 Computer Aided Technical Drawing (2+2+0) 3 ECTS 5
(Bilgisayar Destekli Teknik Resim)
This course introduces the principles of technical drawing using AutoCAD. Topics covered include: Introduction to computer aided technical drawing and AutoCAD, AutoCAD basics and basic drawing and editing skills, understanding layers and object’s properties within AutoCAD, projection methods and views, dimensioning, fits and allowances and surface textures, sections, geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, standard parts and assembly drawings.
ENG 102 English for Academic Purposes II (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 4
(Akademik İngilizce II)
The aim of this course is to provide students with the academic skills necessary to succeed in their undergraduate studies. This course utilizes speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in an integrated approach to promote the use of English in an academic context. The course will fine-tune the skills developed in English 101 and help students to further develop arguments as well as become more confident, independent and experienced speakers of English, particularly in presenting academic material.Prerequisite: ENG 101
MATH 116 Calculus II (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 7
(Diferansiyel ve İntegral Hesap II)
Polar coordinates, analytical geometry, infinite sequences and series, Taylor’s series, vectors, multivariable functions, partial derivatives and their applications, the gradient and directional derivative, extrema of functions of two variables, multiple integrals and their applications.Prerequisite: MATH 115
PHYS 104 Physics II (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6
This course discusses topics related to electromagnetism. The topics covered in this course are; electric charge and force, electric field; Gauss’s law, electric potential, capacitance and dielectrics, current, resistance and electromotive forces, DC circuits, magnetic fields and forces, sources of magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, inductance and circuit oscillations, electromagnetic waves.Corequisite: PHYS 104 L
PHYS 104 L Physics II Lab. (0+0+2) 1 ECTS 2
(Fizik II Laboratuvarı)
This laboratory course includes the topics related to electromagnetism. The laboratory experiments covered in this course are based on the measurement of current, magnetic fields and potential differences using proper tools. These tools are used for the purpose of determining some of the electrical parameters such as resistance, power, inductance and capacitance. Using magnetic field sensors, magnetic field around conductors having various geometries are measured and current-magnetic field relations are obtained. Dependence of magnetic field strength with the distance from the source is also extracted.Corequisite: PHYS 104
STAT 102 Engineering Mechanics: Statics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6
(Mühendislik Mekaniği: Statik)
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of vector quantities, forces and moments, static equilibrium conditions of a particle and rigid body, free body diagrams, structural analysis of beams, frames and trusses, internal forces, distributed loads, shear force and bending moment diagrams of beams, friction, center of gravity, centroid and moments of inertia of composite bodies.
CE 205 Geomatics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 4
This course provides general concepts on geomatics by covering the following topics: Surveying concept and measurements errors, surveying instruments, distance and direction measurement and fundamental computation methods, height determination methods and sections, GPS concept and surveying techniques, concept and usage areas of GIS, GIS Data types and data acquisition, spatial analysis with GIS, spatial data visualization, map projections and datum in GIS, web GIS, mobile GIS, cloud GIS.
CHEM 101 General Chemistry (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
This course covers the fundamental chemistry topics, including a brief introduction to atoms, elements, atomic theories and contemporary atomic theory. Periodic table, chemical compounds, chemical reactions, gases, thermochemistry, chemical bonding, liquids, solids, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases will be covered within this course.Corequisite: CHEM 101 L
CHEM 101 L General Chemistry Lab. (0+0+2) 1 ECTS 1
(Genel Kimya Laboratuvarı)
In the laboratory, students will be conducting simple experiments based on the fundamental chemical principles acquired in the lectures and generate and analyse real data.Corequisite: CHEM 101
DYN 201 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6
(Mühendislik Mekaniği: Dinamik)
This course provides the fundamental aspects of dynamics, covering the following topics: Kinematics of a particle: Rectilinear and curvilinear motion in rectangular, normal-tangential and polar coordinates. Planar kinematics of rigid bodies: Absolute/relative motion, instantaneous center of velocity, motion relative to rotating axes. Planar kinetics of particles: The force-mass-acceleration method. Work-energy and impulse-momentum relations. Planar kinetics of rigid bodies and the work-Energy method. Free and forced vibrations of particles and rigid bodies.Corequisite: PHYS 103
HISTR 211 Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic I (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2
(Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkilap Tarihi)
This course examines the modernization process that started in the last period of the Ottoman Empire, the Atatürk revolution and the establishment of the secular nation-state. The enlightenment movement in the last period of the Ottoman Empire and the legacy of the political thought left by the Ottoman intellectuals will be emphasized and the history of modernization as a whole will be introduced to establish cause-effect relationships. The establishment of a new state, a republic that dominates the will of the people, instead of the will of the sultan, reforms in the early Republican era, the basic principles of the Atatürk revolution will be examined. The aim of the course is to provide students with a solid foundation on Turkish political history.
MATH 211 Linear Algebra (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6
This course provides general concepts on linear algebra by covering the following topics: Systems of linear equations and matrices, Gaussian elimination, matrix algebra, inverse of a matrix, elementary matrices, LU-factorization, the determinant of a square matrix, the properties of determinants, Cramer’s rule, vector spaces, subspaces, linear independence, basis and dimension, change of basis, inner product spaces, orthonormal basis, linear transformations, matrix representations of linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization.
MATH 213 Differential Equations (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 7
This course introduces ordinary differential equations, discusses their methods of solutions and introduces vector-valued functions Topics include: First order differential equations, second order linear differential equations, higher order linear differential equations, series solutions of linear differential equations, initial value problems, Laplace transforms and systems of first order linear differential equations. Vector-valued functions, the divergence and curl of vector-valued functions and their geometric applications.Prerequisite: MATH 116
CE 202 Construction Materials (3+0+2) 4 ECTS 6
This course will familiarize the student with atomic and crystal structure, stress-strain relationship, mechanical properties of materials, failure theories, cementitious materials, fresh and hardened properties of cementitious materials based on properties of constituent materials. Properties of certain construction materials will be determined through specified laboratory experiments and the resulting data will be analyzed.
GEOS 204 Geology (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 3
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to basic geological concepts. The following topics are covered: Earth structure, Plate tectonics, Matters & minerals, Magmatic processes & Igneous rocks, Sedimentary processes & Sedimentary Rocks, Metamorphic processes & Metamorphic rocks, Weathering processes & Soil formation, Soil Profile and Soil nomenclature, Geologic time, Structural geology, Topographical and Geologic Mapping, Earthquakes, Faults, Seismicity, Crustal deformation, Groundwater, Surface water, Geology in Engineering Applications.
ECON 112 Economics for Engineering (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 5
(Mühendislik için Ekonomi)
The course introduces to basic concepts of economics. The course content begins with the analyses of market mechanisms, which are perceived as the elementary organization form of the economy. Subsequently, the role of governmental policies and regularizations are incorporated into the analyses. Firm behavior and the organization of the industry are described in further details. Long-run and short-run dynamics of macroeconomic variables are investigated. The analyzed theoretical concepts are critically reviewed by the help of empirical data. The course ends with applications of presented methods on selected special topics.
HISTR 212 Principles of Ataturk and History of the Turkish Republic II (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2
(Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkilap Tarihi II)
This course examines the birth of modern Turkey after the War of Independence Victory. It analyzes the revolutions in political, social and cultural fields and the basic principles of the Atatürk revolution. It is aimed for the student to learn the establishment process of the new Republic and the newly created institutions. Information is given on the transition to a multi-party life from the one-party period, the Democratic Party Period, the 27 May and 12 September military interventions, and the recent Turkish political history. This course aims to give students the ability to comment on these important turning points of recent history.
MATH 224 Probability and Statistics for Engineering (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6
(Mühendislik için Olasılık ve İstatistik)
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to probability theory and its applications to engineering. The following topics are covered: definition and rules of probability; random variables and uncertainty, expected value, variance and standard deviation of a probability distribution; discrete probability distributions: the Bernoulli, Binomial, geometric and Poisson distributions; continuous probability distributions: the uniform, exponential and normal distributions; multivariate probability distributions, covariance and correlation; descriptive statistics; sampling and sampling distributions; estimation and confidence interval; hypothesis testing; simple regression.
STM 203 Strength of Materials (3+1+0) 4 ECTS 6
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of normal and shear stress, allowable stress in design. Deformation and strain. Hooke’s law. Mechanical properties of materials. Stress and elastic deformation under axial load. Principal of superposition. Torsional deformation of circular shafts. Torsion formula and power transmission. Shear and bending moment diagrams. Flexure formula and stress calculations in bending. Transverse shear force and associated shear stress in beams. Thin walled pressure vessels. Combined stress due to bending, torsion, shear and axial load. Stress and strain transformation. Principle stresses and strains. Mohr’s circle. Failure theories, and fatigue. Elastic curve, method of integration, statically indeterminate beams and method of superposition. Introduction to buckling of columns.Prerequisite: STAT 102
TURK 112 Turkish Language and Literature II (1+0+0) 1 ECTS 2
(Türk Dili ve Edebiyatı II)
Informative writing types (column writing, article, interview, criticism, essay, diary, memory, travel, letter, life story, autobiography); fictional genres (story, novel, theater); subject, message, style, expression styles and ways of developing thought in the text; scientific article/research report, bibliography and footnote rules; types of verbal expression; punctuation, spelling rules, expression disorders; problems Turkish language face.
CE 300 Civil Engineering Practice I (0+0+0) 1 ECTS 2
(İnşaat Mühendisliği Stajı I)
This internship provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of type of works civil engineers do, a recognition to a construction project site, and links theoretical knowledge with the practice.
CE 301 Soil Mechanics (4+0+2) 5 ECTS 6
This course provides the main principles of soil mechanics and a comprehensive introduction to geotechnical engineering. The course initiates with a brief review of geology including rock cycle, soil formation & introduction to ground exploration and following topics are covered: Soil phase diagrams & phase relations, physical and index properties of soils, characterization & engineering classification of soils, soil compaction behaviour, field compaction and compaction quality control, 1-D water flow, permeability & seepage, hydraulic gradient, 2-D groundwater flow & construction of flow-nets, effective stress concepts, load induced stress distribution in a soil mass, consolidation theory & soil settlement, soil-shear strength, Mohr-Coulomb failure criterion, passive & at-rest lateral earth pressures.Prerequisite: STM 203
CE 303 Theory of Structures I (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6
(Yapı Statiği I)
This course will provide students with a through introduction to the types of structures and loads, determinacy and stability, internal loadings developed in structural members (beams, frames), analysis of statically determinate structures and trusses, influence lines, deflection diagrams and deflections.Prerequisite: STM 203
CE 305 Reinforced Concrete Structures I (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6
(Betonarme Yapılar I)
This course will provide students information about the properties of concrete and reinforced concrete materials, fundamentals of reinforced concrete design, behavior and strength of columns (axial loading), behavior and strength of beams (bending), behavior and strength of members under combined axial load and bending, behavior and strength of members under combined shear and bending, ultimate design of reinforced concrete beams and columns according to National codes and standards.Prerequisite: STM 203
FLM 301 Fluid Mechanics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to some fundamental aspects of fluid mechanics. The following topics are covered: Basic definitions, Fluid kinematics, Fluid statics, Manometers and measurement of pressure, Hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces, Rigid body motion, Integral form of conservation equations, Control volume and system concepts, Bernoulli equation, Differential Analysis of Fluid Flow, Navier-Stokes equations and applications, Dimensional analysis and similitude, Viscous Flows in Pipes, External Flows.Prerequisite: PHYS 103
Corequisite: MATH 213
ENGR 301 Technical Report Writing and Presentation (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 4
(Teknik Rapor Yazma ve Sunma)
This course will introduce students to scientific writing and proper citation focusing on engineering documentation types such as technical reports, proposals, posters, articles and short reports. Students will also be familiarized with business and electronic media communication activities. Oral, written and graphical data presentation skills will be improved and assessed using written assignments, poster preparation and oral presentation.Prerequisite: ENG 102
CE 302 Foundation Engineering (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 5
This course uses the basic principles of soil mechanics to develop the student’s ability to design various foundation systems. The principles of statics and mechanics are used to form the necessary tools to solve geotechnical engineering problems concerning design. The following topics are covered: Types of shallow foundations, bearing capacity, selection of soil strength parameters; settlement analysis methods, differential settlement; Design of shallow foundations; Types of deep foundations; axial load capacity, group effects, settlement of deep foundations, lateral earth pressures, retaining walls, and slope stability analysis.Prerequisite: CE 301
CE 304 Theory of Structures II (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 5
(Yapı Statiği II)
This course will provide the students with a thorough grounding in the analysis of statically indeterminate structures by force method under dead and live loads, temperature changes and support settlements, determination of displacements by virtual work theory, reduction theorem, systems with elastic supports and connections, analysis for moving loads, influence lines, analysis of systems by displacement methods: slope-deflection and moment distribution methods, introduction to non-linear analysis.Prerequisite: CE 303
CE 306 Hydraulics (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
This course covers the hydraulic concepts in which students apply the fluid mechanics principles to solve hydraulic problems of Civil Engineering domain. The following major topics are covered in detail: Dimensional analysis, model similitude, closed conduit flow and open channel flow.Prerequisite: FLM 301
CME 302 Computational Methods in Engineering (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
(Mühendislikte Hesaplamalı Yöntemler)
This course introduces computational methods for engineering applications using Matlab software. Topics covered include: approximations and errors associated with numerical analysis; roots of equations; numerical solution of linear algebraic equations; least-squares regression and interpolation; numerical differentiation and integration; numerical solution of ordinary differential equations.Prerequisites: MATH 115, COMP 107
ENTR 400 Business Skills and Entrepreneurship (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
(İşletme Becerileri ve Girişimcilik)
The course mainly focuses on introducing the students with the experience of creating and growing new ventures as well as finding creative ways to start ups’ challenges, by analyzing real life examples and meeting with start-up founders in person. Throughout the course, the students will be working individually or in groups on "how to start a start-up from scratch” by focusing on their own ideas of a new product, service or process and will learn to present their start up ideas by using a business model canvas. At the end of the semester, they will make presentations for pitching those ideas in the classroom. As entrepreneurship is a career opportunity for students coming from a broad range of disciplines, the course will not be limited to students of Business and Economics only. Instead, the students with the basic knowledge on business related concepts will be able to attend the course.
CE 403 Traffic and Transportation Engineering (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6
(Trafik ve Ulaştırma Mühendisliği)
This course will familiarize the student with traffic systems and components, transportation demand and its characteristics, transportation economics, transportation models, sustainability, social and environmental factors of transportation, components of traffic stream, characteristics of road users and vehicles, vehicle dynamics, traffic flow theory and models, car following and queuing theories, operation of traffic, traffic data, capacity and level of service, traffic control methods and strategies, design of intersections, geometric design and standards, location survey and plan of a road, horizontal curves, profile of a road, vertical curves, cross sections and introduction to earthworks.
CE 405 Construction Management (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 6
This course will familiarize the student with the construction industry and the management of construction projects, types and organization of construction firms, project life cycle, documentation, project team and site organization, project procurement methods, bidding process, contracts and contract management, fundamentals of scheduling including CPM method, time-cost relationship, cost management and control, risk management, principles of occupational health and safety at site.
CE 407 Water Resources (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
This course covers the water resources concepts in civil engineering applications. The following major topics are covered in detail: Water resources management, Hydrology, Dams and reservoirs, Spillways and dissipation structures, Groundwater hydrology, Diversion weirs, Hydroelectric power plants, Water supply and distribution, and waste water and storm water collection and removal.
CE 409 Design of Steel Structures (4+0+0) 4 ECTS 6
(Çelik Yapı Tasarımı)
This course focuses on the design of steel structures. The following major topics are covered: introduction to steel structures, properties of structural steel, design principles for steel structures, loads and load combinations, design codes and specifications, behavior and design of members in tension, failure modes and LRFD/ASD specification for tension members, bolted and welded connections, fundamental buckling analysis, elastic and inelastic buckling of columns, behavior and design of flexural members (beam) without lateral-torsional buckling (LTB), behavior and design of flexural members (beam) with lateral torsional buckling (LTB), behavior of steel members under combined flexural and axial actions (beam-column), system stability consideration, direct and approximate methods for stability.Prerequisite: STM 203
CE 491 CE Senior Design Project (0+0+6) 4 ECTS 7
(İnşaat Mühendisliği Tasarım Projesi)
In this course, based on the problem selected, students will propose a design process for the problem specific civil engineering system or process, and apply the proposed design to the selected problem under the supervision of their advisors.
CE 400 Civil Engineering Practice II (0+0+0) 1 ECTS 2
(İnşaat Mühendisliği Stajı II)
This course provides an experience in a construction project at a site or in an office which enhances the educational experience received in the undergraduate CE program.
HUM 300 Engineering Ethics (2+0+0) 2 ECTS 3
To learn general issues and basic principles of ethics, ethical problems that professions at different sectors face; attitudes of the professions especially engineers to the problems and the consequences of the different solutions.
CE 434 Earth Retaining Systems and Slopes (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
(Zemin İstinad Yapıları ve Sev Stabilitesi)
This course uses the basic principles of soil mechanics to design and analysis of earth retaining systems and slope stability. The following topics are covered: lateral earth pressures, retaining walls, and slope stability analysis.
CE 454 Building Cost Estimation Analysis (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
(Bina Maliyet Tahmini ve Analizleri)
This course will familiarize the student with cost estimation methods, classification of work items, quantity estimation methods for construction, unit cost analysis methods, placement of reinforcement concerning Turkish standards (TS 500), preparation of interim and final bill and acceptance, the factors effecting the general cost and cost-price relation.
CE 462 Advanced Concrete Technology (2+0+2) 3 ECTS 5
(İleri Beton Teknolojileri)
This course will provide the student detailed information about microstructure and mechanical properties of concrete and properties of constituent materials, development of strength, dimensional stability, temperature problems in concreting, durability of concrete, non-destructive test methods, compliance with specifications, progress in concrete technology, advances and future challenges in concrete technology.
CE 482 Introduction to Earthquake Engineering (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
(Deprem Mühendisliğine Giriş)
This course will provide students with grounding in seismology, nature of earthquakes, the causes of occurrence of an earthquake and its characterization, seismic hazard analysis, response of single degree of freedom (SDOF) structures to earthquake ground motions, earthquake design spectrum, response of building structures to earthquake excitations and seismic design principles for earthquake-resistant structures.
CE 483 Earthquake Resistant Structural Design (3+0+0) 3 ECTS 5
(Depreme Dayanıklı Yapı Tasarımı)
This course covers structural design of different types of structures under seismic loads. The topics discussed include basics of structural dynamics, seismic design philosophy, seismic codes, performance based design, retrofit and strengthening, seismic isolation and reliability of existing structures.