In order to create value for society as well as industry, the mission of Galatasaray University's Industrial Engineering (IE) Department is to educate industrial engineers who are intellectually curious, creative, apt to provide solutions with a high degree of self-confidence, analytical thinking and strong communication skills, with a strong emphasis on social and ethical responsibilities, to conduct exclusive scientific research at universal standards and provide a high quality education that benefits from international collaboration, through its continuously improving academic staff.
Bachelor’s Degree is given with the faculty and the department name.
Level of Qualification
This program is at the undergraduate level.
High school diploma.Placement through a centralised national university placement examination (ÖSS) or Galatasaray University Placement Examination (GSÜÖSYS)
Programme Requirements and Regulations
The Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering is awarded to students who have obtained a grade point average of 2.00 out of 4.00 and successfully completed with at least DD grade, all the compulsory courses in the curriculum and the required number of elective courses in their chosen area of interest. Minimum required ECTS for graduation is 240. Obligatory internships must be completed in specified time with specified qualifications. A final project which demonstrates that the required professional level is reached must be accomplished.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Students of Galatasaray University might be exempt from some courses under certain regulations. In case of the content of the course taken and succeed in another institution is compatible with the course of Galatasaray University and approved by the board of faculty, the student might be exempt from this course.
|1||Knowledge and understanding of a wide range of basic sciences (math, physics, ...) and the main concepts of engineering|
|2||Ability to combine the knowledge and skills to solve engineering problems and provide reliable solutions|
|3||Ability to select and apply methods of analysis and modeling to ask, reformulate and solve the complex problems of industrial engineering|
|4||Ability to conceptualize complex systems, processes or products under practical constraints to improve their performance, ability to use innovative methods of design|
|5||Ability to design, select and apply methods and tools needed to solve problems related to the practice of industrial engineering, ability to use computer technology|
|6||Ability to design experiments, collect and interpret data and analyze results|
|7||Ability to work independently, ability to participate in working groups and have a multidisciplinary team spirit|
|8||Ability to communicate effectively, ability to speak at least two foreign languages|
|9||Awareness of the need for continuous improvement of lifelong learning, ability to keep abreast of scientific and technological developments to use the tools of information management|
|10||Awareness of professional and ethical responsibility|
|11||Knowledge of the concepts of professional life as "project management", "risk management" and "management of change"|
|12||Knowledge on entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainability|
|13||Understanding of the effects of Industrial Engineering applications on global and social health, environment and safety.|
|14||Knowledge of the problems of contemporary society|
|15||Knowledge of the legal implications of the practice of industrial engineering|
Occupation Profiles of Graduates
The alumni of the IE Department have been employed in manufacturing, logistics, airline, banking and finance, and other service industries in leading national as well as multinational firms both in Turkey and abroad, mainly in France, Belgium, the UK and the US. A number of our graduates have successfully completed their doctoral studies in highly reputable universities in France, Canada and the US, and some of them have been appointed to academic positions in France and Canada.
Access to Further Studies
Students graduating from this program can apply for graduate programs.
Grading Scheme and Grade Distribution Guidance
ARTICLE 17 – (1) Instructors determine a syllabus and an achievement evaluation method for every course in the first two weeks following the beginning of the semester and declare them to the deanship and students in written.
(2) A maximum of two midterm examinations can be scheduled in a day for courses of the same semester.
(3) Midterm examinations can be oral or written. Evaluations concerning projects, laboratory works and similar that are qualified as separate courses can be evaluated as midterm examinations if the relevant instructor approves.
(4) The contribution of assignments, projects and similar to semestrial score is determined by the instructor of the course.
(5) An excuse examination for a midterm examination is arranged for students with an excuse accepted by the Faculty Administration. Students who have an excuse declared in the three weekdays following the announcement of the examination scores and accepted by the Faculty Administration, can participate in the excuse examination. The score for a midterm examination that is not taken and for which there is no excuse declared, is zero (0).
ARTICLE 18 – (1) Students can request the analysis of their examination paper for evaluation errors in the three days following the announcement of the examination scores by applying to the relevant student office with a written petition.
(2) The deanship establishes a commission of three people including the lecturer of the course. The analysis and practices that will be performed upon the appeal have to be completed in the ten days following the declaration of the student's written petition to the commission. The results are notified in written to the deanship.
ARTICLE 19 – (1) The credits of a course is the sum of weekly theoretical lecture hours, one half of the weekly practical lecture hours and one half of the laboratory lecture hours.
(2) The achievement grade of a course is determined using scores received from the final examination and from midterm examinations, short examinations, practices, assignments, projects, seminars and similar semestrial works.
(3) The contribution of the final examination score to the final achievement grade can not be less than 40% and greater than 60%.
(4) A student who did not take the final examination for any reason receives a zero (0) from that examination.
(5) In undergraduate program, the achievement of a student in a course is determined with the relative evaluation method. The lecturer or the instructor of the course evaluates the performance of the student in semestrial works along with the final examination score, taking into consideration the general achievement level of the whole class.
Mode of Study
This program is a full time program.
Head of Department (or equivalent): Professor Gülçin BÜYÜKÖZKAN FEYZİOĞLU
Adress: Çırağan Cad. No:36, Ortaköy 34357,-İSTANBUL/TÜRKİYE
Telephone: +90 212 227 44 80