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Fall Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
ME 101 Engineering Drawing I 3
COM 131 Computer Programming 3
ENG 101 English I 3
MAT 101 Calculus I 4
PHY 101 General Physics I 4
TUR 100 Turkish for Foreigners 0
AIT 101 Atatürk’s Princip. & Turkish Reform 0

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
MECT 100 Introduction to Mechatronics Engineering 1
CHEM 101 General Chemistry 4
ENG 102 English II 3
MAT 102 Calculus II 4
PHY 102 General Physics II 4
COM 210 Object Oriented Programming 4


Fall Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
MECT 201 Mechanical Workshop Practice 3
ME 211 Engineering Materials 4
EE 201 Electrical Circuit Theory 4
ME 203 Statics 4
MAT 112 Linear Algebra 3

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
EE 222 Electronics 4
ME 208 Strength of Materials 4
MAT 201 Differential Equations 3
EE341 Signals and Systems 4
ENG 210 English Communication Skills 3
MECT 200 Summer Training I


Fall Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
MECT301 Mechatronics Components and Instrumentation 3
ME 205 Thermodynamics 4
ME 210 Manufacturing Technology 3
ME 204 Dynamics 3
EE 315 Logic Circuit Design 3

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
MECT 311 Machine Elements 4
ME 102 Engineering Drawing II 3
ME 308 Control Systems 4
EE 302 Microprocessors 4
NTE Non Technical Elective 3
MECT 300 Summer Training II


Fall Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
MECT 400 Industrial Training 0
MECT 410 Introduction to Capstone Design 1
TE Technical Elective 3
TE Technical Elective 3
ISE 402 Information Ethics 3
ECON 431 Engineering Economy 3
MAT 350 Probability and Statistics 3

Spring Semester

Course Code Course Title Credit
MECT 411 Capstone Team Project 3
EE 457 Robotic Systems 4
TE Technical Elective 3
TE Technical Elective 3
TE Technical Elective 3
Total Credit 139


TUR 100 Turkish for Foreigners(Non-credit)
Listening, written expression, oral expression, reading, conversation, grammar and translation.

AIT 101 Atatürk’s Princip. & Turkish Reform(Non-credit)
The aim of Atatürk’s Principles and Reforms History lesson and related terms; The reasons of Ottoman Empire’s Fall; The process of passing from Ottoman Empire to the republic; Turkish Independence War, Atatürk’s Principles and Reforms and Atatürkist Thought System.

ME 101 Engineering Drawing I (3 credits)
Introduction to CAD. Principles of engineering drawing (1st and 3rd angle orthotropic projections), drawing methodology stages, linework and lettering, isometric and oblique projections, drawing layouts (working drawings and assembly drawings), machine drawing features, sections and sectional views, geometrical constructions and dimensioning principles.

COM 131 Computer Programming (3 credits)
Construction and abstraction of computer program. Structure of a C program, data types, constants, input and output of integer numbers, real numbers. Arithmetic expressions. Control structures, Procedures. Enumerated types, array records and subscripted variables. Arrays. Files, pointers, linked-lists, queues.

ENG 101 English I (3 credits)
Within a thematic approach, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills will be developed, with a language component in order to build onto the foundation established at the Department of English. In speaking and writing, students will be encouraged to use language forms that they learn through reading and listening.
Under broad themes (or threads), the students will be exposed to extensive reading both in and outside the classroom. They’ll be encouraged to read a variety of texts such as short stories, academic articles, research reports, reviews and journalistic texts as well as chapters from textbooks.

MAT 101 Calculus I (4 credits)
Functions, limits and continuity. Derivatives. Mean value theorem. Sketching graphs. Definite integrals, infinite integrals (antiderivatives). Logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions and their derivatives. L’Hospital’s rule. Techniques of integration. Applications of the definite integral, improper integrals

PHY 101 General Physics I (4 credits)
Measurement, vectors, kinematics, force, mass. Newton’s laws, applications of Newton’s laws. Work and kinetic energy. Conservation of linear momentum. Impulse, collisions, rotation, moments of inertia. Torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum, static equilibrium.

MECT 100 Introduction to Mechatronics Engineering (1 credits)
This course aims to familiarize first year mechatronics engineering students by introducing them to the fundamentals of discipline; job opportunities for mechatronics engineers; basic study skills; an overview of fundamentals laws and principles of mechatronics engineering; introduction to problem layout and problem solving methods; simplified engineering modeling and analysis of mechatronics systems; collection, manipulation and presentation of engineering data; ethical issues; and the importance of computers and language skills for effective communication.

ENG 102 English II (3 credits)
This course will be a continuation of ENG 101, with greater emphasis on student autonomy, research skills and synthesizing ability. All the activities and tasks in ENG 101 will continue within a thematic approach. In Eng-102, the ability to evaluate, analyze and synthesize information in written discourse will be highlighted. Documentation in writing will be introduced at the beginning of the course, in order to solidly establish the skill by the end. Students will learn the discourse patterns and structures to be used in different essay types.
Students will write two essays in ENG-102. 1. An academic essay with proper documentation. 2. A project report to be prepared throughout the course, including a literature review (displaying analysis/synthesis skills, and documentation), a definition/elaboration of a problem (using definition, description, cause/effect and comparison/contrast patterns) and suggestions for solution (including personal views and argumentation). Local and regional topics, personalizing the research and viewpoints will be recommended to prevent plagiarism. Instructors will have to keep in close contact with the students to guide them throughout the process.
Prerequisite: ENG 101

MAT 102 Calculus II (4 credits)
Plane and polar co-ordinates, area in polar co-ordinates, arc length of curves. Limit, continuity and differentiability of function of several variables, extreme values, method of Lagrange multipliers. Double integral, triple integral with applications. Line integrals, Green’s theorem. Sequences, infinite series, power series, Taylor’s series. Complex numbers.
Prerequisite: MAT 101

PHY 102 General Physics II (4 credits)
Electrical charges. Coulomb’s law. Electrical fields. Gauss’s law. Electrical potential. Capacitance and dielectrics. Current and resistance. Direct current circuits. Magnetic fields. Sources of the magnetic field. Faraday’s law of induction. Inductance and inductors.
Prerequisite: PHY 101

MECT 201 Mechanical Workshop Practice (3 credits)
This is to be conducted in the Mechanical Engineering Department’s workshops by all Mechanical Engineering students who have completed a minimum of three semesters in the program. Students will perform various hand and machine tool operations under staff supervision. It includes introduction to engineering materials, and selected practices on laying-out and setting out a job, using measuring devices. At the end of the training students will be required to complete a report regarding their training.

ME 211 Engineering Materials (4 credits)
Crystal structure and crystal geometry phase diagrams of alloy systems, heat treatments applied to metallic materials and plain-carbon steels. Mechanical properties of metals stress-strain in metals, tensile test, hardness and hardness testing, fatigue and fracture of metals, impact test, creep of metals and creep test. Strengthening and plastic deformation of metals. Mechanical properties of ceramics, glasses, polymers and composites. Corrosion of metals. Material selection based on mechanical

EE 201 Electrical Circuit Theory (4 credits)
System of units. Charge, current, voltage and power. Types of circuits and circuit elements. Ohm’s law. Kirchhoff’s law. Node analysis. Mesh analysis. Linearity and superposition principles, source transformations, Thevenin and Norton theorems. Inductance and capacitance. Simple and general forms of source-free RL- and RC-circuits. The unit-step forcing function. The natural and forced response of the first-order and second-order circuits.

COM 210 Object Oriented Programming (4 credits)
Fundamental ideas, object-oriented concept, meaning of modeling the real world. Encapsulatıon, Information hiding. Abstraction, Classes, Constructors, Default, parameterized, copy constructors. Metaclass, Object lifetimes, Dynamic objects, Inheritance, Single and Multiply inheritance, Inheriting constructor, Associations and Aggregations, Polymorphism, Operator overloading, Virtual Function, Friend functions, Streams and files, File organisation. Class templates.
Prerequisite: COM 131

ME 203 Statics (4 credits)
Composition and resolution of forces, equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies, centroids and center of gravity. Analysis of trusses, frames and machines. Moments and products of inertia, method of virtual work. Friction.

MAT 112 Linear Algebra (3 credits)
Systems of linear equations and Matrices : elementary row operations, echelon forms, Gaussian elimination method, matrices and matrix operations , invertible matrices, diogonal,triangular and symmetric matrices. Determinants: determinants by cofactor expantion ,evaluating determinants by row reduction,adjoint and inverse matrices, Cramer’s rule. Euclidean vector spaces: Euclidean n-space, linear transformation from R n to Rm.General vector spaces: Real vector spaces,subspaces, linear independence, basis and dimensions, row space ,column space,and nullspace, rank and nullity. Inner product spaces: inner products, orthogonality in inner product spaces,orthonormal bases,Cauchy-Schwarz inequality, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization,change of bases,orthogonal matrices. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors: Eigenvalues and eigenvectors,diagonalization,orthogonal diagonalization.

EE 222 Electronics (4 credits)
Semiconductor diodes. Diode applications: switching, rectification, clippers and clampers. DC power supplies. The theory of BJT operation, CB, CE and CC configurations. BJT bias circuits. FET operation and biasing. Small signal BJT and FET analysis using re- and h-parameters. Amplifier frequency response.
Prerequisite: EE 201

ME 208 Strength of Materials I (4 credits)
Introduction. Internal force diagrams. Analysis of stress and strain. Hooke’s law. Yield criteria and plasticity. Axial force. Pure shear. Torsion of circular bars and thin walled tubes. Moment of inertia of cross-sections. Simple bending.
Prerequisite: ME 203

MAT 201 Differential Equations (4 credits)
Ordinary and partial differential equations. Explicit solutions. First-order differential equations, separable, homogenous differential equations. Ordinary linear differential equations. Bernoulli differential equations. Cauchy-differential equations. High-order ordinary differential equations. Introduction to Laplace transforms. Introduction to series method for solving differential equations. Linear systems of differential equations
Prerequisite: MAT 102

EE 341 Signals and Systems (4 credits)
Properties of continuous and discrete-time signals and systems. Basic signal modifications. Memory, causal, stable, linear and time-invariant systems. Stochastic processes and noise. Impulse response, transfer function. Convolution. Fourier series and transforms. Laplace transform. Sampling and modulation. Interpolation methods. Filtering. Orthogonal expansion of signals. Z- transform. Mapping s-plane into z-plane. Inverse Z-transform.
Prerequisite: EE 201

ENG 210 English Communication Skills (3 credits)
The main goal of ENG 210 is to enhance the students’ competence and willingness to express themselves in an organized manner in academic and professional contexts, and to interact with others confidently. It is important that students learn to conduct independent research and think critically on issues raised in the course.
ENG 210 will use an integrated, thematic approach with emphasis on advanced oral communication and academic presentation skills, with language components such as grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. ENG 210 will be inter-active; students will be encouraged to listen actively, respond to presentations, and participate in discussions.  Speaking activities and academic presentations will ensue from reading and listening activities. Each theme will lead to the production of an oral and/or written activity.
Input on oral presentation skills will enable the students to distinguish between oral and written discourse, and emphasize the requirements of oral discourse (such as direct sentences, transitional words and signposts).  Skills (such as good body language, effective eye contact and voice control) related to the delivery of an oral presentation will be discussed and demonstrated.
Active listening will be integrated into the course, with various tasks such as note-taking and peer evaluation.
Prerequisite: ENG 102

MECT 301 Mechatronics Components and Instrumentation (3 credits)
Basic applied concepts in mechatronic components and instruments. Mechatronic components, systems, instrumentation, transducers and sensors. Hands on experiments on: identification and classification of mechatronic components, sensors and transducers, machine vision, actuating systems, information and cognitive systems, mechatronic instrumentation, evaluation of
mechatronic systems.

ME 205 Thermodynamics (4 credits)
Basic concepts and definitions of classical thermodynamics. Thermodynamic processes, work and heat interactions. First law for systems and for flow processes. Second law and entropy, irreversibility and availability.
Prerequisite: CHEM 101

ME 204 Dynamics (3 credits)
A study of motion particles and rigid bodies. Application of Newton’s second law to planar motions of rigid bodies, energy and momentum principles. Free, forced and damped vibrations of particle. Central force motions. Inertia tensor. Euler’s equation of motion.
Prerequisite: ME 203

ME 210 Manufacturing Technology (3 credits)
Basic manufacturing processes, nature and properties of materials, production of ferrous and nonferrous metals. Principles of metal casting, types of molding. Design of models and cores. Melting furnaces. Powder metallurgy. Welding, oxygen gas welding, torch cutting, electrical arc welding.
Prerequisite: ME 211

EE 315 Logic Circuit Design (3 credits)
Number systems and codes. Algebraic methods for the analysis and synthesis of logic circuits. Simplification of switching functions. Combinational logic circuits. Flip-flops. Counters, registers. Arithmetic circuits. Analysis and synthesis of synchronous sequential circuits.
Prerequisite: EE 222

MECT 311 Machine Elements (3 credits)
The course covers fundamentals of machine design which include: general design rules, load analysis, materials selection, stress, strain and deflection anal mechatronics components, sensors, instrumentation analysis, failure theories, the concepts of reliability and safety, tolerances and fits; and introduces design guidelines, mathematical models and equations for: fasteners and power screws, springs, bearings, gears, shafts, clutches and brakes, and chain drives. Students will have an opportunity to work on a design project using learned knowledge.
Prerequisite: ME 208

ME 102 Engineering Drawing II (3 credits)
Working with CAD, screw threads and threaded fasteners, locking and retaining devices, keys and keyways, limits and fits, unilateral and bilateral limits, geometrical tolerancing and applications, gears, springs and spring calculations, weld types and symbols, dimensioning, bearings.
Prerequisite: ME 101

ME 308 Control Systems (3 credits)
Introduction to automatic control. Mathematical modeling of dynamic systems. Response analysis using Laplace transform method. Transfer functions and block systems. Feedback control systems. Typical actuators and transducers. Control law.
Prerequisite: MAT 205

EE 302 Microprocessors (4 credits)
Microprocessor fundamentals. Instruction sets and architectures for typical microprocessors. Addressing techniques. Assembly language programming. Memories structures. Input-output devices. Design of microprocessor systems.
Prerequisite: EE 315

ISE 402 Information Ethics (3 credits)
An Overview of Ethics, Ethics for IT Professionals, Computer and Internet Crime, Privacy, Freedom of Expression, Intellectual Property, Software Development, The Impact of Information Technology on the Quality of Life, Social Networking, Ethics of IT Organizations

ECON 431 Economics for Engineers (3 credits)
Principles and economic analysis of engineering decision making. Cost concept. Economic environment. Price and demand relations. Competition. Make-versus-purchase studies. Principles and applications of money-time relations. Depreciation. Many and banking. Price changes and inflation. Business and company finance.

MAT 350 Probability and Statistics (3 credits)
Definition of probability. Sample space and events. Permutations and combinations. Conditional probability and Bayers theorem. Random variables. Discrete and continuous distributions. Moment generating function. Expectation, variance, covariance and correlation. Condition densities and regression and transformation of variables. Descriptive statistics.
Prerequisite: MAT 102

EE 457 Robotic Systems (4 credits)
Components and subsystems: vehicles, manipulator arms, wrists, actuators, sensors, user interface, controllers. Classifications of robots. Coordinate transformations. Dynamic model of robots. Kinematics: manipulator position, manipulator motion. Sensors, measurement and perception. Computer vision for robotics. Hardware and software considerations.