Electrical Engineering Department is an engineering field which includes the scientific and technological subjects related to electrical energy generation-transmission and distribution systems, smart networks, electrical machines, electrical drive systems and their designs, projects, realizations, tracking, protection, control, economy and administration. Also, electrical engineering provides an interdisciplinary common platform as an application area for some part of electronics, communication, computer and mechanical engineering topics. Applicants for Doctor of Philosophy Program; Have a Bachelor’s degree and Master of Science degree from Electrical Engineering, Electrical- Electronics Engineering, Control Engineering of Engineering Faculty, Electrical-Electronics Faculty, Engineering Architecture Faculty
Electronics Engineering Department includes some courses in the different branches of electonics engineering such as electronic devices and circuits, communication systems, electromagnetic topics, information and signal processing. Our students can choose courses from these areas according to their interests and qualifications. Since the courses are structured in an innovative approach based on researches and projects, the aim is to educate the students with the realistic engineering and design problems. The graduates of Electronics Engineering Department can consider the career opportunities in the sectors such as electronics, computer and communication thanks to their qualifications and strong background gained in this department. Applicants for Doctor of Philosophy Program; Have a Bachelor’s degree and Master of Science degree from Electrical-Electronics Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Electronics Communication Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering of Engineering Faculty, Electrical-Electronics Faculty, Engineering Architecture Faculty
In the case of evaluation for employment opportunities after graduation, our graduates could work as manager and researher at research and development departments, energy generation, transmission and distribution divisions of public and private sectors.