Head of Department: Lecturer Cengiz ÖZCAN

Erasmus Co-ordinator: Lecturer Metehan ORTAKARPUZ

Farabi Coordinator: Lecturer Hale AKİN

Mevlana Coordinator

ECTS Coordinator: Lecturer Cengiz ÖZCAN

Purpose: To train technicians who know and use a good level of computer hadware and software, who have knowledge and ss about computer technologies rapidly increasing both in our country and in the world and also to make them gain the capabilities of renewing themselves by adapting to changing technology.

Vision: Computer Programming has a vision of training qualified craft that can meet the needs of the society in conformity with the international standards of its field.

Mission: It is aimed to train graduates that have up-to-date information, global perspective, cultural background, research and problem-solving ability so that they can work in various fields as a tem analyzer, application programmer and tems programmer.

Program Language: Turkish

Program Description: In the program of Computer Programming, a 2-year (4 semesters) education is given At the end of each academic year, a 6-week Industry-Based Training is performed by the students. The education in this program is appropriate for modern technology and it has the sufficiency, flexibility and diversity that will meet the expectations of the industry. Students are given optional courses within the bounds of possibility and according to regional needs each semester.

Admissions Requirements:

Recognition of Prior Learning: Students enrolled in Computer Programming may be exempt from some courses within certain regulations. Provided that the content and credit of of the courses taken from another institution are in conformity with the content of the course in this program, the student may be exempted from that course.

Graduation Requirements: The program period is 4 semesters (2 years). Passing all the courses available and achieving at least 2.00 CGPA are required in order to complete the program successfully. In addition, 30+30-work-day training course must be completed successfully.

Principles of Assessment and Evaluation: All the students have to register for the courses at the ning of each term, and have to join at least % 70 off all the courses and % 80 off all the practices in order to be able to have final exams. The students have at least 1 mid. term exam and final exam for each course. The mid. term. exam contributes %40 and the final exam contributes %60 to total grade. All the exams are assessed over 100 scoring tem. The students who get one of the letter Marks such as ( AA ), ( BA ), ( BB ), ( CB ), and ( CC ) are accepted to achieve the course. The letter Marks such as (DC) AND (DD) mean conditionally successful. Moreover, a student is required to get at least 2.0 Great Point Average ( GPA ) in order to be successful in the course whose work is ( DC ) or ( DD ). To be succesful in a course, the letter grade received must be at least CC. The instructor may level down the necessary point for CC letter grade. Students should repeat any course that they couldn't pass.

Employment Opportunities: Graduates can work in software and hardware companies developing computer programs. They will be able to work in various departments ?particularly technical services- of the computer firms. They may be expert in various enterprices. In addition to being able to work as a programmer in software companies, they will be employed in companies which give network, hardware and technical infrastructure and which design web.

Jump to Top Degree Programs: Associate degree graduates may continue 4-year undergraduate programs such as Information Systems Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Systems Education and Information Technologies on condition that they get a sufficient score from the Vertical Transition Exam conducted by Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM).