The main objective of the undergraduate education in the department is to instill scientific and analytical thinking into our students and help them gain skills that will provide them the opportunity to understand the problems they encounter and design and implement appropriate solutions for these problems. In line with this purpose, the curriculum of the department is updated to adapt to the rapid changes in the information-age we live in.
The basic engineering and mandatory department-specific courses students are required to take establish a solid professional foundation for the students. In addition, with the technical elective courses offered in senior year such as artificial intelligence, network programming, computer graphics, advanced system programming, machine learning, etc., students can develop their knowledge and skills in the areas they are interested in.
On the other hand, with at least two non-technical elective courses in the curriculum, students in the Computer Engineering program at Marmara University can increase their knowledge and widen their horizons on the areas like social sciences, law, administration, finances, and have the opportunity to understand computer engineering solutions in a global and social context. Alongside with the technical and non-technical courses, the compulsory summer internships enables students to put what they learn into practice, learn to work in collaborative and multi-disciplinary environments, and develop communication skills.
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- Ataturk's Principles and The History of Turkish Renovation
- Basic Chemistry
- Introduction to Computer Engineering
- Computer Programming
- 48 months
Start dates & application deadlines
DisciplinesComputer Sciences Artificial Intelligence View 50 other Masters in Computer Sciences in Turkey
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
One original Marmara University Application Form with photograph, filled by the student and signed and stamped by Departmental and Institional Coordinators of Sending University should be submitted.
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