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Industrial Engineering
General Description
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Brief History
Industrial Engineering Department of Bursa Uludag University, founded in 1990, had its first graduating class in 1994. It established the Master of Science program the same year, the Doctor of Philosophy program in 2006 and the non-thesis "Engineering and Technology Management" Masters program in 2011. Students are enrolled to Industrial Engineering Master of Science Program in fall and spring semesters each year.
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Qualification Awarded
The Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering is awarded to the graduates who have successfully completed all courses in the curriculum.
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Level of Qualification
Second Cycle
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Specific Admission Requirements
Science degree in Bachelor and ALES (numeric) score which is determined by the Senate of Bursa Uludag University is required. Students must have minimum score determined by Senate in YOKDIL, YDS, TOEFL or equivalent examinations accepted by YÖK, or foreign language exam which is conducted by the School of Foreign Languages in English. BUU Senate decides the Equivalence of other foreign language documents. For foreign candidates, Turkish competency given by TOMER and ALES exam results or GRE, GMAT and other exams which are by YOK in international level. Candidates who don’t have a Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering are obligated to go through a scientific preparation program from the Industrial Engineering Bachelors program.
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Specific arrangements for the recognition of prior learning
The provisions in “Regulation on Transfer among Associate and Undergraduate Degree Programs, Double Major, and Subspecialty and the Principals of Credit Transfer among Institutions in Higher Education Institutions” are applied.
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Qualification Requirements and Regulations
The graduation requirement for the students in the Industrial Engineering Master’s Program consists of a total of at least 120 ECTS credits, including one core and seven elective courses, a seminar, and a thesis study. Students who have at least 70 weighted GPA out of 100, complete their seminar successfully, and defend their thesis in a field related to their subject in front of an elected jury successfully, graduate with a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering.
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Profile of The Programme
The objectives of the Department of Industrial Engineering are providing information and educational the international level, contributing to the community for its efforts in research, manufacturing and service sectors, showing continuous self-improvement in education and service areas and being a precedent as a department.
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Key Learning Outcomes & Classified & Comparative
1. As an Industrial Engineer, provide the ability to work effectively as a leader for understanding and shaping the organizational processes as well as being able to participate in team-work, coordination and management capabilities.
2. Provide students with quantitative and methodological skills for identifying, modeling and verifying Industrial Engineering problems in an effective manner.
3. Provide students with capabilities for collecting, analyzing and interpreting problem data in the field of Industrial Engineering.
4. Ready the student to how to approach problems without obvious solutions, synthesize and design possible solutions as well as assess the impact of those solutions on organizational structures and social community.
5. Ready the student to effectively present and defend the solutions produced in written, oral, and electronic media.
6. Provide students to with ability of continuous self-improvement which is a vital necessity in work environment.
7. Provide the student with knowledge of ethical responsibility.
8. Provide the student with the ability to research and to produce global and unique solutions for Industrial Engineering applications.
9. Provide the student with the ability to identify and define Industrial Engineering problems.
10. Provide the student with the ability to recognize Industrial Engineering problems and their level of difficulty.
11. Provide the student with the ability to gather and analyze data, helpful in solving problems.
12. Provide the student with the ability to develop and evaluate the potential solutions to the problems.
SKILLS Cognitive - Practical
  • Provide students with capabilities for collecting, analyzing and interpreting problem data in the field of Industrial Engineering.
  • Provide the student with the ability to develop and evaluate the potential solutions to the problems.
  • Provide the student with the ability to gather and analyze data, helpful in solving problems.
  • Ready the student to how to approach problems without obvious solutions, synthesize and design possible solutions as well as assess the impact of those solutions on organizational structures and social community.
  • Provide students with quantitative and methodological skills for identifying, modeling and verifying Industrial Engineering problems in an effective manner.
  • As an Industrial Engineer, provide the ability to work effectively as a leader for understanding and shaping the organizational processes as well as being able to participate in team-work, coordination and management capabilities.
  • Provide the student with the ability to research and to produce global and unique solutions for Industrial Engineering applications.
KNOWLEDGE Theoretical - Conceptual
  • Provide students with capabilities for collecting, analyzing and interpreting problem data in the field of Industrial Engineering.
  • Provide students with quantitative and methodological skills for identifying, modeling and verifying Industrial Engineering problems in an effective manner.
  • Provide the student with the ability to research and to produce global and unique solutions for Industrial Engineering applications.
  • Ready the student to how to approach problems without obvious solutions, synthesize and design possible solutions as well as assess the impact of those solutions on organizational structures and social community.
  • Provide the student with the ability to recognize Industrial Engineering problems and their level of difficulty.
  • Provide students to with ability of continuous self-improvement which is a vital necessity in work environment.
  • Provide the student with the ability to develop and evaluate the potential solutions to the problems.
COMPETENCES Field Specific Competence
  • Provide the student with the ability to gather and analyze data, helpful in solving problems.
  • Provide the student with the ability to identify and define Industrial Engineering problems.
  • Ready the student to how to approach problems without obvious solutions, synthesize and design possible solutions as well as assess the impact of those solutions on organizational structures and social community.
  • Provide the student with knowledge of ethical responsibility.
  • As an Industrial Engineer, provide the ability to work effectively as a leader for understanding and shaping the organizational processes as well as being able to participate in team-work, coordination and management capabilities.
  • Provide students with capabilities for collecting, analyzing and interpreting problem data in the field of Industrial Engineering.
  • Provide the student with the ability to recognize Industrial Engineering problems and their level of difficulty.
COMPETENCES Competence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility
  • Provide students with capabilities for collecting, analyzing and interpreting problem data in the field of Industrial Engineering.
  • Provide students with quantitative and methodological skills for identifying, modeling and verifying Industrial Engineering problems in an effective manner.
  • Provide the student with the ability to develop and evaluate the potential solutions to the problems.
  • Ready the student to how to approach problems without obvious solutions, synthesize and design possible solutions as well as assess the impact of those solutions on organizational structures and social community.
  • Provide the student with the ability to research and to produce global and unique solutions for Industrial Engineering applications.
  • As an Industrial Engineer, provide the ability to work effectively as a leader for understanding and shaping the organizational processes as well as being able to participate in team-work, coordination and management capabilities.
COMPETENCES Communication and Social Competence
  • Ready the student to effectively present and defend the solutions produced in written, oral, and electronic media.
  • Provide the student with the ability to research and to produce global and unique solutions for Industrial Engineering applications.
  • Provide students to with ability of continuous self-improvement which is a vital necessity in work environment.
  • Ready the student to how to approach problems without obvious solutions, synthesize and design possible solutions as well as assess the impact of those solutions on organizational structures and social community.
  • Provide students with capabilities for collecting, analyzing and interpreting problem data in the field of Industrial Engineering.
  • Provide students with quantitative and methodological skills for identifying, modeling and verifying Industrial Engineering problems in an effective manner.
  • Provide the student with the ability to develop and evaluate the potential solutions to the problems.
  • Provide the student with the ability to gather and analyze data, helpful in solving problems.
COMPETENCES Learning Competence
  • Provide the student with the ability to recognize Industrial Engineering problems and their level of difficulty.
  • Provide the student with the ability to develop and evaluate the potential solutions to the problems.
  • Provide the student with the ability to research and to produce global and unique solutions for Industrial Engineering applications.
  • Provide the student with the ability to identify and define Industrial Engineering problems.
  • Ready the student to how to approach problems without obvious solutions, synthesize and design possible solutions as well as assess the impact of those solutions on organizational structures and social community.
  • Provide students with quantitative and methodological skills for identifying, modeling and verifying Industrial Engineering problems in an effective manner.
  • Provide students with capabilities for collecting, analyzing and interpreting problem data in the field of Industrial Engineering.
  • Provide the student with the ability to gather and analyze data, helpful in solving problems.
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Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
Industrial Engineering M.Sc. graduates can work in sectors such as telecommunication, agriculture, transportation, textile, information technologies, automotive, iron and steel, healthcare, finance, consultancy, tourism and in the area of production control, quality control, marketing/sales/logistics, purchasing, after sales services, product design (R&D), process/system analysis, production and project management.
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Access to Further Studies
Candidates who have successfully completed the Masters program with appropriate GPA can enter the Doctoral programs after getting adequate points from ALES (Graduate Entrance Examination) and from one of the approved Language Proficiency Examinations.
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Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
To be able to enroll for the next semester and enter the final exams at the end of each semester, the students are obligated to attend at least %70 of the lectures and %80 of the laboratories. Students are subject to midterm and end-of-semester final exams. All the exams are graded over 100 points. Minimum required points from the end-of-semester final exam is 70 over 100. Students who receive one of the AA, BA, BB, CB and CC letter grades are recognized as successful.
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Graduation Requirements
In order to complete the Master’s Program successfully, the candidate must comply with the conditions explained in the Qualification Requirements and Rules section, meet the publication requirement in accordance with the decision of the Bursa Uludağ University Senate, and defend the thesis on a subject related to the field in front of the selected jury successfully.
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Mode of Study
Full-Time
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Address and Contact Details
Bölüm Başkanı:
Prof. Dr. Erdal EMEL
Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi Mühendislik Fakültesi Endüstri Mühendisliği Bölümü Görükle Yerleşkesi 16240 Nilüfer / BURSA
Tel:+90 (224) 2942081
Eğitim Komisyonu:
* Prof. Dr. Fatih ÇAVDUR, ** Prof. Dr. Tülin İNKAYA
Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi Mühendislik Fakültesi Endüstri Mühendisliği Bölümü Görükle Yerleşkesi 16240 Nilüfer / BURSA
* Tel:+90 (224) 2942077 ** Tel:+90 (224) 2942605
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Facilities
Industrial Engineering Department contains a total of 5 laboratories including Computer, Robotics and Automated Production, Computer-aided Production, Ergonomics, Noise and Vibration Lab. to be used as a part of all programs.
In Industrial Engineering Department students of all programs can become a part of professional and social environment including Industrial Engineering Community, Technical Visits, Seminars, Conferences, Gatherings, Career Days, Turkish Industrial Engineering Chamber, Graduate Meetings, Traditional Industrial Engineering and Industry Summit, Case Studies, Operations Research and Industrial Engineering Students Projects Contests, BUU Sports Center and other student clubs (Photography, Climbing, Dancing, Diving, Chess, Robotics etc...).
Industrial Engineering Academic Personnel consist of 8 Professors, 4 Associate Professors, 4 Assistant Professors, and 2 Research Assistants with PhD.
1. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
END 5101 MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING Compulsory 3 0 0 7,5
Click to choose optional courses. 22,5
Total 30
2. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
Click to choose optional courses. 30
Total 30
3. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
END5000 RESEARCH TECHNIQUES AND PUBLICATION ETHICS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING Compulsory 2 0 0 2
END5173 SEMINAR Compulsory 0 2 0 5
END5181 ADVANCED TOPICS IN MSC THESIS I Compulsory 4 0 0 5
END5191 MA THESIS I Compulsory 0 1 0 18
Total 30
4. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
END5182 ADVANCED TOPICS IN MSC THESIS II Compulsory 4 0 0 5
END5192 DISSERTATION SUPERVISION II Compulsory 0 1 0 25
Total 30
15. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
Total 0
1. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
END5113 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5115 SIMULATION ANALYSIS Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5117 MANUFACTURING PROCESS CONTROL Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5119 SUSTAINABLE ENGINEERING Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5121 DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5123 HEURISTIC ALGORITHMS Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5131 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5151 STATISTICAL DATA ANALYSIS Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5153 EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5155 STOCHASTIC PROCESSES Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5200 SEMINARS ON CURRENT RESEARCH TOPICS Optional 0 0 0 3
2. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
END5110 PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5112 JOB SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5114 ANALYSIS OF INVENTORY SYSTEMS Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5116 FACILITY LOCATION AND LAYOUT Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5122 EMBEDDEDOPTIMIZATION TECHNIGUES Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5124 CONSTRAINT PROGRAMMING Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5132 ENGINEERING ECONOMY Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5134 TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5136 STRATEGIC DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5138 MULTICRITERIA DECISION MAKING Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5140 NOISE IMPACT ASSESSMENT Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5142 DATA MINING Optional 3 0 0 7,5
END5156 RELIABILITY ENGINEERING Optional 3 0 0 7,5
General Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
END3065 ERGONOMICS I Optional 2 1 0 3
END4073 QUALITY CONTROL Optional 3 0 0 5
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