Marmara University blends the deep-rooted tradition of the needs of the modern age and embraces the city with its campuses on both sides of Istanbul, as a result of its vision and the mission it has undertaken since its establishment in 1883. It can be said that the University Faculty of Engineering is located in Göztepe Campus and is the most central location of the Anatolian side. The faculty was established in 1987 and started its undergraduate education in 1990. The Metallurgy and Materials Engineering Department, which consists of the Department of Production Metallurgy and the Department of Materials Science, started its operations in 1996 and started its undergraduate education in 2000 and postgraduate education in 2003. Since this date, 260 undergraduate and 10 graduate students have graduated. There are 5 professors, 1 associate professor, 3 assistant professors, 8 research assistants, 1 specialist, 1 technician, 1 administrative staff, two of whom continue their education and research abroad. Also, 262 undergraduate, 32 graduate and 10 doctoral students are continuing their education. The education language of the department is English. Our students whose language level is not sufficient to attend the preparatory program in the Department of Foreign Languages. The education period of our department is four years. Students are admitted to the department with numerical points.
In the program of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, our students have the opportunity to take elective courses in the fields of social, law, management and finance, as well as basic science and engineering sciences courses, and engineering design and compulsory departments, and the training is provided in English. As it is known, throughout history, we see that an important aspect of the information and technology race between countries is the development and use of premium materials. For this reason, we aimed to equip our students with the knowledge and skills necessary for the development of high-tech materials. For this, we ensure the efficient use of computers and high-tech devices in the courses and laboratories during their education. In addition, in the lessons they take, we try to provide the necessary opportunities to raise individuals who are prone to lifelong learning, prepare and manage projects, observe the environment and developments, and are prone to multi-disciplinary and group work. Our aim in doing these is not that they are permanent buyers, but to be qualified individuals who can use them by interpreting what they receive, and which can add surplus value to themselves and the society they live in.
It is possible for our students who are academically successful to benefit from the Minor Program, which enables specialization in other departments within our faculty, and the Double Major Program, which makes it possible to obtain a bachelor's degree in a second program.
Metallurgical-Materials Engineering Department also contributes to Erasmus programs, which is one of the important ways of cultural convergence in the integration of our country to the European Union; Thanks to the bilateral agreements it has made, the number of students to study at European universities is increasing day by day. In the last three years, 7 students at undergraduate level and 2 at graduate level have been educated in France, Germany and Spain within the Erasmus program. Also, as long as at least 2 Erasmus students take courses at the Faculty of Engineering each year, they choose to take 1 or 2 courses in our department. The biggest aim of these works we have done; contributing to the education and vision of students while participating in the literature with cultural and scientific integration and multi-disciplinary scientific studies.
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