AKÖREN ALİ RIZA ERCAN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
Head of Department: Lecturer Serhat SOYLU

Erasmus Co-ordinator: Lecturer Dr. M. Burak CERAN

Farabi Coordinator: Lecturer Hale AKİN

Mevlana Coordinator Lecturer Dr. M. Burak CERAN

ECTS Coordinator: Lecturer Serhat SOYLU

Purpose: In the field of Electronic Technology, to meet the needs of the industry, scientific and technological developments in line with the professional competencies gained in accordance with qualified professional staff to train.

Vision: To be a pre-graduate program which is known, visible, pioneering and exemplary electronic technology.

Mission: In todays technology age electronic technology program, in the name of electronic technicians special engineering offices, factories and private and public institutions in the electronic infrastructure production sales and services to work in the intermediate staff to train.

Program Language: Turkish

Program Description: In the Electronic Technologies program, basic electrical-electronic principles, D / A, A / D conversion techniques, synchro-servo mechanisms, power electronics, microelectronics applications, computer aided design, the fundamentals of mechanical and automatic electronic control, theoretical information about the issues, practical information is intended to be reinforced. System analysis I and II courses are supported by the projects they have seen in vocational courses. With the projects, it is ensured that the interest in the courses increases and the market information related to the sector is kept up-to-date.

Admissions Requirements: Candidates must have high school or equivalent school diploma and have enough score from YKS-Higher Education Institutions Exam.

Recognition of Prior Learning: The students who transfer to the university are given exemption from the courses they have seen here and the other universities where they are transferred according to the credits.

Graduation Requirements: The duration of the program is 4 years. In order to successfully complete all of the courses in the program (equivalent to 120 ECTS in total), it is obligatory to have at least 2.0 weighted grade point average over 4.00 and 30 + 30 working days internship.

Principles of Assessment and Evaluation: In order to be successful in a course, the student must have at least a letter grade. Students with the same score cannot be given different letter grades. The letter grade given to a student cannot be lower than the letter grade of the student with lower score. LICENSES AND COEFFICIENTS AS FOLLOWS Points Notes Coefficients 90-100 AA 4.00 85-89 BA 3.50 75-84 BB 3.00 70-74 CB 2.50 60-69 CC 2.00 55-59 DC 1.50 50-54 DD 1.00 40-49 FD 0.50 0 -39 FF 0.00 to F 0.00 AA, BA, BB, CB, CC: Successful DC, DD: Successful if the students semester / year weighted grade point average is above 2.00 and not successful if not passed FD, FF: Failed F: Absence or failure from applications because there is no right to take the final exam G: Passes, successful in non-credit courses K: Stay, unsuccessful in non-credit courses M: Exempt, Students admitted to vertical / horizontal transfer from a higher education institution or who are eligible to re-register with a central placement while studying in any higher education program a note recorded for the courses they have taken in the program they have previously followed and for which they are considered successful with the decision of the relevant board of directors. Students taking one of the grades AA, BA, BB, CB, CC in a course are considered successful. In order to be successful in these courses, students who have taken one of the DC, DD grades should have a semester / year weighted grade point average of 2.00. Otherwise, they repeat these courses. The assessment of conditional pass (DC, DD) grades is made after the make-up exams.

Employment Opportunities: Companies working on electronics and communication. Electrical and Electronic Circuit Production Centers. Firms Working on Automation Systems. Various public institutions and private organizations.

Jump to Top Degree Programs: Upon successful completion of the associates degree, students can take the DGS (Vertical Transfer Exam) exam and pass to the undergraduate programs determined by ÖSYM within the framework of YÖKs related legislation according to their success status and scores.