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First Year, Fall Semester (18/18 credits , ECTS 30/30)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
PHY 101 General Physics I 3 0 2 4 6
CHEM 101 General Chemistry I 3 0 2 4 6
MAT 101 Mathematics I 4 0 2 4 6
ENG 101 English I 3 0 0 3 4
ME 101 Technical Drawing I 2 0 0 3 4
MSN 100 Orientation 2 0 2 0 3
TUR 100 Turkish for Foreign Students 2 0 0 0 1
AIT 101 Ataturk’s Principles&Reforms 2 0 0 0 1

First Year, Spring Semester (19/37credits , ECTS 30/60)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
PHY 102 General Physics II 3 0 2 4 6 PHY 101
MAT 102 Mathematics II 3 0 2 4 6 MAT 101
ENG 102 English II 3 0 0 3 5
COM 132 Introduction to Programming 3 0 1 3 4
MSN 101 Introduction to Materials Science and Nanotechnology Engineering 2 0 0 2 4
MAT 103 Mathematics for Engineering 3 0 0 3 5 MAT 101

Second Year, Fall Semester (18/55 credits, ECTS 30/90)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
MSN 201 Material Sciences 3 0 1 3 6
MSN 203 Mechanics of Materials 4 0 0 4 6
MSN 207 Nanoscience and Physical Theory in Engineering 4 0

1 4 6
MAT 201 Differential Equations 4 0 0 4 6 MAT 102
ENG 210 Communication Skills 2 0 2 3 6 ENG 102

Second Year, Spring Semester (17/72 credits, ECTS 30/120)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
MSN 202  Material Sciences II 3 0 1 3 6
ME210 Manufacturing Technology I 3 0 0 3 5
MSN 208 Chemical Abstract Nano Science and Engineering 3 0 1 3 6
PHY 201 Introduction to Quantum Physics 4 0 0 4 6
ME 205 Thermodynamics I 4 0 2 4 6 CHEM 101
MSN 200 Summer Practice I 0 0 0 0 1

Third Year, Fall Semester (17/89 credits, ECTS 30/150)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
ME 301 Fluid Mechanics 4 0 0 4 6 MAT 201 / MAT 212
ME 311 Manufacturing Techniques II 3 0 1 3 6 ME210
ME 313 Heat Transfer I 4 0 0 4 6 MAT 201
MSN 302 Introduction to Solid State Physics 3 0 0 3 6
MSN 305 Phase Transitions and Diagrams 3 0 0 3 6

Third Year, Spring Semester (16/105 credits, ECTS 30/180)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
MSN 304 Nanomaterials and Manufacturing Methods 3 0 0 3 6
MSN 312 Material Selection and Design 4 0 0 4 6
MAT 301 Numerical Analysis 3 0 0 3 6
MSN 303 Mass Transfer 3 0 0 3 6
TOSD – 1 Nontechnical Electives 3 0 0 3 6
MSN 300 Summer Practice II 0 0 0 0 1

Fourth Year, Fall Semester (18/123 credits,ECTS 30/210)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
MSN 403  Nano-scale Characterization Methods 3 0 1 3 6
MSN 405 Experimental Methods 2 0 3 3 6
BSD -1 Elective Courses 3 0 0 3 4
BSD – 2 Elective Courses 3 0 0 3 4
BSD – 3 Elective Courses 3 0 0 3 4
TOSD – 2 Nontechical Elective Course 3 3 6

Fourth Year, Spring Semester (16/139 credits, ECTS 30/240)

Course Code Course Name T P L Credit ECTS Prerequisite
MSN 400 Graduation Project 2 0 4 4 12
BSD – 4  Elective Courses 3 0 0 3 4
BSD – 5  Elective Courses 3 0 0 3 4
BSD – 6 Elective Courses 3 0 0 3 4
TOSD – 3 Nontechical Elective Course 3 0 0 3 6

Undergraduate Course Descriptions

AIT 101 Atatürk’s Principles and Reforms (0 credit)
First World War, Armistice Agreement, Mustafa Kemal ‘s arrival in Samsun, Amasya Circular, Erzurum and Sivas Congress and the importance of National Forces , Parliament’s opening, internal uprisings and the measures taken, the Treaty of Sevres, I and II . Inonu Communications, the Sakarya Battle, Grand Attack, Lausanne Peace Treaty, Ataturk ‘s full independence concept, principles of Ataturk’s economic policy, abolition of the Sultanate, proclamation of the republic, secularism concept and importance of the abolition of the Caliphate, Sects, Tekken are closure and importance of the tomb.

COM 132 Introduction to Programming (3 credits)
Introduction to the basics, the foundation of computer hardware and software. The concept of computer language and depiction of computer data, digital, real, and character data types. Algorithms and flowcharts. features and basic program structure in Pascal programming language. Input / output commands. Control and loop structures. Directories. Modular programming: Procedures and functions.

PHY 101 General Physics I(4 credits)
Measurement, vectors, kinematics, force, mass. Newton’s laws, the application of Newton’s laws, work and energy. Conservation of linear momentum. Push, collisions, rotation, momentum, torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum, static equilibrium.

PHY 102 General Physics II (4 credits)
Electrical charges. Coulomb rule. Electric fields. Gauss rule. Electrical potential. Capacitance and dielectrics. Current and resistance. Ohm’s law, electric communication, direct current circuits, Kirchhoff’s rule. Magnetic fields, producing a magnetic field. Biot-Savart law, Ampere’s rule. Faraday’s law of induction. inductance of inductors. The principles of light, reflection and refraction, geometrical optics, shaping the flat and spherical mirrors, thin glass
Prerequities: PHY101

ENG 101 English I 3 credits)
Read a thematic way, writing and speaking skills will be developed, speaking and writing, students are encouraged to use language forms that they have learned by reading and listening. Inside and outside the classroom environment will be provided to students with a wide reading. hiha are short, academic articles, research reports, and journalistic issues such chapters from textbooks will be encouraged to read.

ENG 102 English II (3 credits)
This course is a continuation of ENG 101 students autonomy is given more importance to research and the ability to synthesize. ENG102 course in information analysis and synthesis, are given to evaluate issues such as written information. Lessons from the beginning, the course will be included in the software documentation to consolidate skills to the fullest. Students will learn how to prepare articles: 1. Full documentation with an academic article 2 containing scanning existing literature throughout the course ( analysis and synthesis skills and containing documentation showing ) a project report will be prepared. Local and regional issues and to prevent copy of the research methods will be recommended. Instructors will have to keep in close contact with the students to guide them.

ENG 210 Communication Skills (3 credits)
In this course, students English grammar and especially reading comprehension, writing and speaking skills develop and arranged to provide them with a broader academic perspective. Objective next level and gain the academic English language skills, culture and contribute to the students’ comprehension skills in international issues and the development of critical thinking skills.
Prerequites: ENG 102

CHEM 101 General Chemistry (4 credits)
Metric system. Introduction to atomic theory and stoichiometry, physical and structural properties of the substance . periodic relations between the elements and the periodic table. The gaseous state. Chemical thermodynamics. Energy and enthalpy. Electrical chemistry. Chemical bonds.

ME 101 Technical Drawing I (3 credits)
Computer-aided design input. Principles of technical drawing, drawing stages, line types, isometric and oblique views, placing appearance, groups and manufacturing drawings, cross-sectional view drawings, tolerance and dimensioning.

ME 205 Thermodynamics I (4 credits)
Basic concepts and definitions. Thermodynamic processes. Closed and open systems. Phase diagrams and equations of state. Work and heat . Conservation of mass. 1st law of thermodynamics, internal energy and enthalpy. 2nd law of thermodynamics, entropy.
Prerequites: CHEM 101

ME 210 Manufacturing Technology I (3 credits)
Basic manufacturing processes, structure and material properties of the material, ferrous and non-ferrous metals production. principles, types of metal casting mold . Mould and core design. Melting furnaces.Powder metallurgy.Source oxygen gas welding, cutting, electric arc welding.
Prerequites: ME 211

ME 301 Fluid Mechanics (4 credits)
Fluid and features. Hydrostatic. Fluid kinematics. Fluid dynamics. Basic principles of laminar flow ( conservation of mass, conservation of momentum and energy conservation ). Integral and differential formulations and applications. Pressure and flow measurement methods. entry and simple application of the boundary layer theory
Prerequites: MAT 201

ME 311 Manufacturing Techniques II (3 credits)
Metals forming, hot and cold processing, annealing and recrystallization. technology of deformation processes. Forging and pressing, extrusion and rolling. Pipe production. Sheet metal processing. Basic workshop elements, metal cutting, turning, drilling and boring machines, milling machines, and cutters; sharpers and planars, grinding machine .

Prerequites: ME 210
ME 313 Heat Transfer I (4 credits)
Basic introduction and concepts. a one-dimensional steady-state heat conduction. unsteady heat conduction. The principles of convection heat transfer. Forced convection heat transfer in empirical and practical relations. heat transfer by natural convection.

Prerequites: MAT 201
MAT 101Mathematics I (4 credits)
Functions, limits and continuity. Derivatives. The mean value theorem. Graphic drawing. Integrals. Logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions and their derivatives. L’Hospital ‘s rule. Integral technical and integrals, improper integrals.

MAT 102 Mathematics II (4 credits)
Plane and polar (polar) coordinates, area in polar coordinates, the length of the curve. The limits of more than one variable, continuity and derivatives. Lagrange multipliers. Double integral calculus and applications. Line integral, Green’s theorem. Sequences, infinite series, power series, Taylor theorem. Complex numbers.
Prerequites: MAT101

MAT 103 Mathematics for Engineering (3 credits)
Matrix operations, 2D and 3D vectors, Eigenvalue , Eigenvekt , Fourier Series, Partial Differential Equations, Applied Probability and Statistical calculations.
Prerequites: MAT 101

MAT 201 Differential Equations (4 credits)
Ordinary and partial differential equations. Open solutions. First order differential equations, separable and homogeneous differential equations. Linear ordinary differential equations. Bernoulli differential equations. Cauchy-differential equations. High- grade differential equations. Laplace transforms. Introduction to the series method of solution of differential equations. Linear differential equations.
Prerequites: MAT 102

MAT 301 Numerical Analysis (3 credits)
Estimates and Errors. Accuracy and precision. Numerical derivatives. Roots of equations, methods of bracketing and open methods of non- linear equations . Linear algebraic equations. graphing the given point interpolation. Numerical integration. Differential equations.
Prerequites: MAT 201 / MAT 212

TUR 100 Turkish for Foreign Students (0 credits
Listening, writing, speaking, reading, speaking, grammar and translation

Required Courses

MSN 100 Orientation (noncredit)
Material engineering and identification of nano- technology department and interviews related fields of study. Introduction of sections and laboratories. Visit the various industrial fields related to the study.

MSN 101 Introduction to Materials Science and Nanotechnology Engineering (3 creditI
ntroduction to Materials Science and Engineering. Classification of engineering materials and scaling. the interdisciplinary occur in materials science and engineering within the introduction of nanomaterials and nanotechnology engineering. Engineering applications of nanomaterials, production methods, examples of the impact of social and ethical issues. The introduction of the nanomaterials properties analysis and research equipment.

MBN 200 Summer Training I
Each student has to do two internships. First internship IV. At the end of the half year must be at least 10 business days. This material must be in an area for engineering. Students at the end of the internship employer will prepare an approved internship report MSN 201 Material Sciences I (3 credits)Classification of engineering materials, sub-groups. Microstructure of Engineering Materials Applications feature does not.CWR cycle. Mechanical and physical properties of the presentation. Atomic structure and bonds. Nanostructures. Crystal structure and set up. Crystal defects and material effect on the properties. Diffusion in solids. Phase diagrams and applications. Fe-C phase diagram. Steels and cast irons.

MSN 202 Material Science II (3 credits)
The mechanical properties of engineering materials and mechanical tests . Strengthening operations. Proses↔ Microstructure ↔Performans relationship. electrical and magnetic properties of engineering materials. Other physical properties. Nanomaterials and engineering applications. Metallic and non-metallic materials in engineering applications. CWR used engineering materials and mechanisms. Non-destructive testing methods.

MSN 207 Nanoscience and Physical Theory in Engineering (3 credits)
Physics of small bands of electrons. Quantum phenomena and fluctuations in nanostructures.Schrödinger equation.The physical properties of nanostructured particles.Solid-state physics.Nanoelektronig entry.

MSN 208 Nanoscience and Chemical Theory in Engineering (3 credits)chemical properties of nanoparticles. Colloidal nanoparticles . Nanogözenekl materials. the synthesis of nanomaterials and nanodevices , installation and chemical phenomena on the performance stage. Chemical interactions, classical and statistical thermodynamics in nanosystems, liquid crystals, colloids and polymer chemistry, surface modification, catalysts.

MBN 300 Summer Training II
The second internship VI. At the end of the half year period must be at least 20 business days. It must be in this nanotechnology. Students at the end of the internship employer will prepare an approved internship report.

MSN 302 Introduction to Solid State Physics (3 credits)
Single-electron atoms , many-electron atoms, molecules, Crystal connections and configurations, Fermi- Dirac distribution, lattice vibrations, free electron model of metal, electronic and crystal organ vibrations interaction, semi-conductors.

MSN 303 Mass Transfer (3 credits)
Process metallurgy. Basics of mass transfer. Spreading principle and process stability. Drying, crystallization, distillation, extraction, drying and membrane separation processes and mass transfer in this process.

MSN 305 Phase Transitions and Diagrams(3 credits
Balance, one-component system, nucleation in solidification; homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation, growth of pure solid, liquid – solid interfaces, continuous growth, lateral growth, the solid-liquid interface in the temperature distribution, heat flow and interface stability, sub-cooling, alloy classification and solidification, single-phase alloys solidify, eutectic, peritectic solidification, solidification of ingots and casting, ingot structure, shrinkage, segregation, rapid cooling. Solid-solid transformation.Solid phase nucleation.The solid phase growth. For Phase Diagrams Thermodynamics Basics Single Component Phase Diagrams, Two Component Phase Diagrams

MSN 312 Material Selection and Design (4 credits) Design concept, the steps of design, design tools, designed to damage, Case Studies, production methods and material selection in design, choice of materials and design in affordability, availability, material and environment ( recycling, ecological criteria, environmental damage of the material), Case Studies Production methods and defects arising from material selection, material selection, material property charts case study, hybrid materials case study design, materials selection, and ethical decision-making, team work .

MSN 400 Graduation Projects 3 credits)
The design process and morphology. Problem solving and decision making. Modeling and simulation, the use of computers in design, CAD. Project engineering, planning and management. Design optimization. Economic decision-making and cost evaluation. Killer control. Failure analysis and reliability. Design elements in the human and ecological factors. Case studies. Each student is given a project.
Prerequites: During Graduation Student.

MSN 403 Nano -Scale Characterization (3 credits) Common nanoscale characterization instrument theory, operation and maintenance. An instrument provider in the marketplace promotion, development of tender conditions, technical evaluation of tenders, plans for appropriate infrastructure works, the current oral and written evidence.

MSN 405 Experimental Methods (3 credits)
mechanical and physical testing of engineering materials. Preparation and examination of microstructure samples. Macro-, micro- and nano-hardness tests. Atomic force microscope (AFM). Scanning electron microscope (SEM). Clean rooms. Nano-fabrication methods.

Elective Courses

MSN 451 Micro / Nano Measurement Instrumentation (3 credits)Micro and nanosensor of, actuators, modules ( micro-electromechanical systems, nanoelectromechanical systems and micro and nano fluid channel ) for the development of construction techniques. Micro and nano example of the integration of instruments and chemical analysis. Current Micro and nano airports in perspective.

MSN 452 Semiconductor Technology (3 credits)Basic semiconductor physics. PN – links, optoelectronic devices, bipolar transistors, field effect transistors and integrated circuits principles and modeling. Semiconductor integrated circuit device and an overview of the construction. Nano-technology and introduction of modern semiconductor technologies such as spin electronics.

MSN 453 BioNanoTechnology (3 credits)Bio-application and introduction to bio-engineering. Biological nanostructures, bioelectronics, biophysics . Basic biochemistry, genetic engineering, and separation techniques. Bio-conjugation and characters on the surface of the biological system and nanoscale materials. Biosynthesis, inorganic nanocrystals.

MSN 456 Non-Metallic Materials Engineering (3 credits) Ceramics, polymers and composites Microstructure performance relations. Classification of ceramic materials, applications, manufacturing processes. Glass ceramics. Brittle materials and design. Classification of polymers and composite materials, applications, manufacturing processes. High-tech materials.

MSN457 Physics of Nano-Electronics, Technology and Applications (3 credits)
Transport phenomena. Quantum limitation.Single molecule transistor.Resonant tunneling devices.A large area and flexible electronic and mechanical. Sediment layers and design techniques.

ME 453 Material Engineering (3 credits)
Engineering materials and their properties. Material selection and material development. Heat treatments and examples. Advanced materials. Brittle materials and designs. Weibull analysis. Material selection diagrams

ME 454 Heat Treatment(3 credits)
Material Structure in engineering materials, production methods, material properties relations.phase transformations in iron-based alloys. Giving water and hardening of the steel.Determination of hardenability. Steel for tempering, hardening .Heat treatment of cast iron.Heat treatment of non-ferrous alloys.thermal processes in ceramics and glass. Machining ceramics can be processed.

EE 435 Mechatronics (3 credits
Introduction to mechatronics and measurement systems. Sensors: Sensors, performances terminology, eg sensors, sensor selection. Signal states of: the signal states, operational amplifiers for analog signal processing, protection, filtration, digital circuits and systems. Measuring systems: designing measurement systems, data display systems, measuring systems, test and calibration. Mechanical and Electrical actuation systems. Basic system models: Mathematical models, mechanical, electrical, fluid and thermal system elements do. To simulate the electrical components of simple mechanical systems. Mechatronics and Design: Design, Mechanisms, sample designs

EE 463 Image Processing(3 credits)
Introduction to Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing. D- T and C- T signals and systems. Digital System features. Linearity and S -I. get the picture. Image Processing Techniques; Image Compression, Image Enhancement, Image Restoration and Image Identification.Corner Detection Techniques; Differential approach and identify the model.Mathematical Model of the image. Image Sampling and Quantumrenovation . Fold and Digital Image Correlation . Matlab is used in laboratory studies.

Nontechnical Elective Courses

ECON 431 Economy for Engineering (3 credits)
Principles and economic analysis of engineering decision making .Price concept.Economic environment.Price and demand relations.Competition. Make or buy works. principles and practices of money-time relationships. Losing it’s value. Money and banking.Price changes and inflation. Business and company finance.

MAN 402 Management for Engineering (3 credits)
Principles of management .Functions and managers.Organization and environment.Marketing management.Production management. Personnel management .Administrative control.Accounting and financial reports. Budgeting and overall

GER 101 Germany I (3 credits)
German basic rules, sounds, alphabet, read the rules, the word of the structure, the word interpersonal relationships, sentence structure, sentence structure, sentence types, literacy techniques, understand the techniques taught, listening, comprehension texts.

GER 102 Germany II (3 credits)
German read-write clients ( read the rules and writing techniques, writing rules ), sentence structure, reading-Understand ( reading comprehension techniques, practice on texts ), listening ( listening, make the necessary review , taking note), speech.

FRE 101 French I (3 credits)
The basic rules of French , sounds, alphabet, read the rules, the word of the structure, the word interpersonal relationships , sentence structure, sentence types, literacy techniques, understand the techniques taught, listening, comprehension texts.

FRE 102 French II (3 credits)
French read-write clients ( read the rules and writing techniques, writing rules ), sentence structure, reading-Understand ( reading comprehension techniques, practice on texts ), listening ( listening, make the necessary review , taking note), speech. 

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology I (3 credits)
Social concepts of students who will have the diploma psychologists , social assessment perspective, social dynamics, social research methods, contemporary societies, to ensure that knowledge about social relationships and social identity.

POL 101 Political Science I (3 credits)
This basic course is the political phenomenon as the basis, it aims to analyze the scientific, especially in descriptive and explanatory levels. In this context the political phenomena, scientific method, relations with sub-branches of political science and other social sciences, political information types, basic political concepts, focuses on contemporary political belief systems and ideologies