Undergraduate Program Course List

Compulsory Departmental Courses

Elective Courses

Free Elective

Service Courses Taken From Other Departments

Area Elective Courses



Compulsory Departmental Courses

AE 307 - Fluid Mechanics
The course is a required course for energy engineering degree. The course covers the fundamental aspects of fluid motion, fluid properties, flow regimes, pressure variations, fluid kinematics, and methods of flow description and analysis.The conservation laws in their differential and integral forms, and their use in analyzing and solving fluid flow problems. The concept of using similitude and dimensional analysis for organizing test data and for planning experiments. The effects of fluid friction on pressure and velocity distributions. The effects of compressibility on fluid flows.

CEAC 101 - Introduction to Chemical Engineering
A general introduction to engineering and chemical engineering, the role of chemical processing, strategies for solving engineering problems, important process variables, fundamentals of material balances.

CEAC 103 - General Chemistry I
General basic chemistry concepts, stoichiometric calculations based on the mole consept, solid, liquid and gase phases and kinetics are discussed in the course.

CEAC 104 - General Chemistry II
Basic concepts of acids and bases, neutralization reactions, buffer solutions, laws of thermodynamics, electrochemistry and nuclear chemistry are concerned in the course.

CEAC 201 - Analytical Chemistry
Introduction, Statistics, Gravimetric and Titrimetric Methods, Equilibrium Calculations, Titrations, Evaluation of Titration Curves, Aqueous Solution Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Potentiometry, Related Laboratory Program

CEAC 202 - Organic Chemistry
Basic concepts and definitions, bonding in organic compounds, stereochemistry, mechanisms and applications of substitution, addition and elimination reactions, ionic and free radical reactions of alkenes and alkynes, alcohols, ethers and conjugated unsaturated systems and their reactions.

CEAC 203 - Physical Chemistry
The properties of gases: The perfect gases. The real gases. The First Law. Thermochemistry. State functions and exact differentials. The Second Law. The direction of spontaneous change. Concentrating on the system. Combining the First and Second Laws. Physical transformations of pure substances. Phase diagrams. Phase stability and phase transitions. Simple mixtures. The thermodynamic description of mixtures The properties of solutions, Activities, Phase diagrams, Phases, Components, and degrees of freedom. Two-component systems.

CEAC 207 - Chemical Process Calculations
A general introduction to chemical engineering calculations, chemical engineering processes and process variables, fundamentals of materials balances, single-phase and multi-phase systems are comprised in the course.

CEAC 210 - Inorganic Chemistry
Bronsted and Lewis acid-base concepts, coordination chemistry, molecular structures, point group and redox reactions are comprised in the course.

CEAC 212 - Biochemistry
The course is the general application of the courses taken throughout the education of Chemical engineering. The course covers the matematics, basic science, engineering science including with human relations, social sciences, economy, environmental awareness and ethical responsibilities.

CEAC 302 - Separation Processes
Mass transfer operations; binary distillation, liquid-liquid extraction, multicomponent separations, absorption, supercritical extraction, membrane separations, fluid-solid separations, adsorption.

CEAC 304 - Chemical Reaction Engineering
More Balances, Conversion and Reactor Sizing, Rate Laws and Stoichiometry, Isothermal Reactor Design, Collection and Analysis of Rate Data, Catalysis and Catalytic Reactors, Nonisothermal Reactor Design, Multiple Reactions, Multiphase Reactors, Distributions of Residence Times for Chemical Reactors, Analysis of Nonideal Reactors.

CEAC 399 - Summer Practice
A minimum of four weeks of training in the industry involving the observation of the analytical and the physical chemistry techniques used in the laboratories of the company. A summer practice report is prepared that lists the experiences of the student during the four weeks period.

CEAC 401 - Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Several experiments on fluid mechanics, heat exchanger, heat transfer, heat conduction are comprised in the course.

CEAC 402 - Chemical Engineering Laboratory II
Several experiments on fluid mechanics and unit operation are included in the course.

CEAC 405 - Chemical Engineering Design I
The course is the general application of the courses taken throughout the education of Chemical Engineering to process design. It contains the subjects of Understanding of chemical processes; Process conditions and synthesis of process flow diagrams. Estimation of capital investment and operating costs; Health, safety and environmental aspects of process design; Design of process units (piping, heat exchangers, reactor and separation units).

CEAC 406 - Chemical Engineering Design II

CEAC 407 - Process Modeling, Dynamics and Control
Mathematical models of chemical engineering systems: fundamentals, examples of mathematical models, time-domain dynamics, advanced control systems, frequency-domain dynamics, frequency-domain analysis of closed-loop systems, analysis of multivariable systems, design of controllers for multivariable processes.

CEAC 499 - Summer Practice
A minimum of four weeks of training in the industry involving the observation of the unit operations of chemical engineering and the chemical processes used in the company for industrial scale production. A summer practice report is prepared that lists the experiences of the student during the four weeks period.

ENE 204 - Thermodynamics II
Exergy, gas, vapor and combined power cycles, refrigeration cycles, gas mixtures and air conditioning, chemical reactions, chemical and phase equilibrium.

ENE 302 - Heat and Mass Transfer
Basic concepts of heat transfer. Mechanisms of heat transfer (conduction, convection, radiation). Steady and transient conduction. Numerical methods in heat conduction. Forced and natural convection. Boiling and condensation. Heat exchangers. Radiation heat transfer. Mass transfer.

ENG 301 - English for Career Development I
This course includes job-related communication skills. In this frame, the functions such as, describing relationships at work, discussing performance reviews and giving feedback, discussing plans and arrangements, using social media for professional communication, discussing on recruitment tests and job interviews, presenting a service or product, writing reviews on websites, writing job-related e-mails are dealt with.

ENG 302 - English For Career Development II
This course includes more detailed job-related communication skills. In this frame, describing and organising meetings, developing communicational styles in various cultural settings, handling mistakes and apologizing, getting familiar with marketing styles and advertising, deciding how to adapt and market a product in different countries, preparing different types of presentation (speech), discussing workplace dilemmas and rules, writing job-related e-mails are dealt with.

ENG201 - English for Academic Purposes III
The course consists of mainly advanced reading and writing skills, applying critical reading skills and strategies, identifying the organization of a reading text, main ideas of the texts, and the author’s main purpose, summarizing a given text, outlining and writing an argumentative essay. Some parts of the input are in flipped learning mode.

MATH380 - Numerical Methods for Engineers

MFGE 108 - Computer Aided Solid Modeling

Elective Courses

- Area Elective Course

Service Courses Taken From Other Departments

COMPE 102 - Computer Programming
Programming concepts: data types, arithmetic expressions, assignment statements. Input/Output functions. Library functions. Selection and repetition statements. User-defined functions. Arrays and strings.

ENG101 - English for Academic Purposes I
ENG101 consists of academic skills, such as reading comprehension, vocabulary building and critical analysis of texts. In this frame, listening and note-taking, class discussions, presentations, writing, research assignments and use of technology are some of the important activities.

ENG102 - English for Academic Purposes II
ENG102 elaborates on academic skills such as reading comprehension, listening, class discussions about the topic of the unit, vocabulary building and critical analysis of texts. It also includes research assignments and response paper and graph writing. Skills like listening and note-taking, analysis of written products, portfolio keeping and use of technology are elaborated in this course, as well.

ENG202 - English for Academic Purposes IV
In this course, students are trained to prepare and write research reports and deliver effective oral/written informative and persuasive presentations. It includes gathering information, organizing data, outlining, using appropriate techniques in presentation & delivering for a maximum impact, using visual aids and citation effectively. Flipped learning is utilized when necessary.

HIST111 - Principles of Ataturk and History of Turkish Revolution I
A history of the foundation of the Turkish Republic in the light of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s principles and basic terms, concepts and events of modern Turkey history in a period covering 16‐20th centuries in comparison with world and global history in the same period of time.

HIST112 - Principles of Ataturk and History of Turkish Revolution II
A history of the foundation of the Turkish Republic in the light of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s principles and basic terms, concepts and events of modern Turkey history in a period covering 16‐20th centuries in comparison with world and global history in the same period of time.

HIST221 - History of Civilization
Analysis of the importance of theuse of technology in human evolution and the emergence of early civilizations; ancient societies from Ancient Egypt to Greece as the cradles of modern civilizations; some classical texts of certain key authors –Machiavelli, Hume, Descartes, Hobbes, Bacon, Locke, Rousseau, etc. As outstanding contributions to the history of enlightenment; some groundbreaking scientific texts of Copernicus, Galileo, and Newton to understand the contribution of scientific thought to the progression of civilization.

MATH 157 - Extended Calculus I
Preliminaries, Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, Applications of Derivatives, L'Hopital’s Rule, Integration, Applications of Integrals, Integrals and Transcendental Functions, Integration Techniques, and Improper Integrals, Sequences.

MATH158 - Extended Calculus II
Infinite Series, Vectors in the plane and Polar Coordinates. Vectors and Motions in Space, Multivariable Functions and Their Derivatives, Multiple Integrals: Double Integrals, Areas, Double Integrals in Polar Coordinates, Triple Integrals in Rectangular, Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates, Line Integrals, Independence of path, Green’s Theorem.

MATH275 - Linear Algebra
Linear Equations and Matrices, Real Vector Spaces, Inner Product Spaces, Linear Transformations and Matrices, Determinants, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors.

MATH276 - Differential Equations
First Order, Higher Order Linear Ordinary Differential Equations, Series Solutions of Differential Equations, Laplace Transforms, Linear Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations, Fourier Analysis and Partial Differential Equations.

PHYS 101 - General Physics I
Measurement; Motion Along a Straight Line; Vectors; Motion in Two and Three Dimensions; Force and Motion I; Force and Motion II; Kinetic Energy and Work; Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy; Center of Mass and Linear Momentum; Rotation; Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum; Equilibrium and Elasticity.

PHYS 102 - General Physics II
Electric Charge; Electric Fields; Gauss' Law; Electric Potential; Capacitance; Current and Resistance; Circuits; Magnetic Fields; Magnetic Field due to Currents; Induction and Inductance

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TURK 402 -

Area Elective Courses

CEAC 404 - Graduation Project
In the last year (7. and 8. semesters) the student will do the research work for the Diploma Project. The topics are suggested by the lecturer and the project is carried out under his/her supervision. The student may apply for the topics.

CEAC 408 - Heat and Mass Transfer II

CEAC 412 - Bioinorganic Chemistry
A major goal is to provide students an introduction of bioinorganic chemistry and to enable them to understand the roles of metals in living systems.

CEAC 417 - Pharmacology and Toxicology

CEAC 418 - Applied Polymer Science
Primary Classification of polymeric materials; Synthesis of Nylon 6/10 and Nylon 6; Synthesis of Polystyrene; Synthesis of Poly(methylmetacrylate); Synthesis of Bakelite: The World’s First Synthetic Plastic; Synthesis of Polysulfide Rubber; Synthesis of Linear and Crosslinked Polyesters; Photopolymerization of Methyl Methacrylate; Chemical Polymerization of Aniline; Synthesis of Polyurethane Foam.

CEAC 420 - Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Introduction to the procedures, techniques, problems and difficulties of computational nano-engineering and design. Step by step the scientific background information, for an easy reconstruction of the explanations. The focus is laid on the molecular dynamics method, which is well suited for explaining the topic with just a basic knowledge of physics.

CEAC 423 - Polymer Science and Technology
This course includes mainly fundamentals, properties and applications of polymers: historical development of polymers, basic definitions and concepts, synthesis methods, reaction mechanisms and kinetics, polymer reaction engineering, additives and reinforcements, classifications of polymers, structure-property relationship, . Also, this course includes the various application areas of polymers; medicine, biotechnology, chemicals, and electronics.

CEAC 424 - Conjugated Polymers I: Design, Synthesis and Characterization
This course focuses on the theories, synthetic methods, and basic physical aspects needed to understand the behavior and performance of conjugated polymers. The theories behind p-conjugated materials and electron-lattice dynamics in organic systems. In addition, the detail synthesis methods and electrical and physical properties of the full family of conducting polymers, including polyacetylenes, polyanilines, poly(arylene vinylenes), poly(arylene ethynylenes), and polyheterocycles.

CEAC 431 - Plastic Materials
The Historical Development of Plastics Materials, The Chemical Nature of Plastics, States of Aggregation in Polymers, Relation of Structure to Thermal and Mechanical Properties, Relation of Structure to Chemical Properties, Additives for Plastics, Principles of Product Design, Principles of the Processing of Plastics

CEAC 432 - Optimization of Chemical Reactors

CEAC 433 - Chemical Kinetics

CEAC 434 - Occupational Health and Safety

CEAC 442 - Environmental Pollution
Air, water and earth pollution. Effect of environmental pollution. Economical, social and legal effects. Protection techniques for environmental pollution.

CEAC 458 - Molecules that Changed the World

CEAC 459 - Forensic Chemistry

CEAC 470 - Petrochemical Engineering

CEAC 474 - Electrochemistry
General electrochemical concepts; Introduction to electrochemistry; Thermodynamics; Electrode potentials; Galvanic and electrolytic cells; The cell potential of an electrochemical cell; Electrode kinetics; Reversible reactions; Irreversible reactions; Dynamic electrochemistry; Mass transport; Migration; Convection; Diffusion layers; Conductivity and mobility; Liquid junction potentials; Batteries; Electrochemical cells; Liquid and solid electrolytes; Solid and liquid ionic conductors; Double layer models; Overpotentials; Electrochemical instrumentation and techniques; Potentiostatic and galvanostatic experiments; Chronopotentiometry; Chronoamperometry; Cyclic voltammetry, Polarography; Impedance spectroscopy and methods; Spectroelectrochemistry; Photoelectrochemistry; Electrogenerated chemiluminescence; Electrochemistry in industry; Conducting polymers; Solid state electrochemistry; Corrosion; Types of corrosions; Corrosion protection; Corrosion rates; Polarisation curves, Electrochemistry in fuel cells.