Head of Department : Lecturer Yasin AKMAN

Erasmus Coordinator : Lecturer Yasin AKMAN

Farabi Coordinator : Lecturer Yasin AKMAN

Mevlana Coordinator : Lecturer Yasin AKMAN

ECTS Coordinator : Lecturer Yasin AKMAN

About :

Objective: To be able to follow the technological developments in this field and to have the ability to apply, to compare the newly emerging technological products as software and hardware, to analyze software and hardware problems and to make new software and hardware designs, is equipped to meet the technical qualifications.

Vision: The Computer Technologies Department has a vision to train qualified technical personnel who can produce fast and effective solutions to the needs of the society in accordance with international standards.

Mission: It is committed to educating graduates who are researching, applying, always questioning and renewing themselves, protecting their own cultural values, rapidly meeting the needs of the sector and contributing to the development of the country.

Program Language: Turkish

Program Description: Computer Programming is a program that covers the fields of computer usage, software development, database, web, graphic applications, hardware, maintenance, repair and installation and management of computer networks. The students in the Computer Programming program are trained as having sufficient knowledge in all areas of computer science, equipped with a high degree of application skills, and capable of continuously improving itself in line with technological developments. In our department, Normal Education and II. There are two different ways of teaching. The Computer Programming Program, which is a two-year program, consists of 4 semesters. At the end of each academic year, students are given 6-week Industry Based Education (EDE). In the program, which gives approximately 30 ECTS credits in each semester, students earn 120 ECTS credits when they complete the courses.

Admission and Registration Requirements: It is determined by OSYM in accordance with the relevant legislation of YÖK.

Recognition of Prior Learning: Students studying in the Computer Programming program may be exempt from certain courses within the framework of certain regulations. If the content and credit of the course taken in another institution is in line with the content of the course given in this program and approved by the School Directorate, the student may be exempted from this course.

Graduation Requirements: In order to graduate from the associate degree program in Computer Programming, students must be successful in all the compulsory and elective courses (total 120 ECTS) and have completed the compulsory internship (Industry Based Education-EDE) at the end of both academic years as 30 working days. is required. The students study in this program for 2 years (4 semesters).

Assessment and Evaluation Principles: In order for each student to register for the courses at the beginning of the semester and to take the final exam, at least 70% of the courses and 80% of the applications must be continued. Students are subjected to at least one midterm and final exam for each course. The contribution of midterm exam (homework, laboratory exam, quiz, etc.) to the success grade is 40% and the final exam is 60%. All exams are evaluated over 100 points. Students who get one of the AA, BA, BB, CB and CC letter grades from a course are considered successful in that course. DC and DD are conditional successful grades. In order to be successful in a course in which the student receives DC or DD, the overall weighted grade point average must be at least 2.0.

Employment Opportunities: Graduates of Computer Programming can work in information centers of public or private institutions, sales and support units of information markets, all kinds of technical services related to information technologies and R & D centers. They are employed in the fields of visual programming, web design, system design, installation, maintenance and repair, computer networks as "Computer Technician" or "Computer Programmer".

Access to Higher Education Programs: Graduates who successfully complete Associate Degree education, provided that they get enough points from Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS) organized by OSYM, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Technology and Information Systems, Computer and Information Systems, Computer and Instructional Technology Teaching, Computer-Informatics, Information Systems Engineering, Information Systems and Technologies, Information Technologies, Physics, Statistics, Statistics and Computer Science, Control Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Mathematics-Computer, Meteorological Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Computer, Software Engineering they can make vertical transition to undergraduate programs.



Vision :

Computer Technologies Department has the vision that can produce quick and effective solutions to the societys needs in its own field in accordance with international standards raise qualified technical staff and that is to innovations. 



Mission :

Its duty is to raise well-equipped graduates and contribute to develop the country by giving education in a way that they search and apply fast and ever-developing information technologies and they question and improve themselves and also protect their own cultural values and can meet the needs of the sector 



Purpose :

It aims to raise qualified technical staff who dominates basic principles of information processing technologies, follows technological developments in this field and has the ability to apply these and can compare among newly-produced technological devices and analyze hardware and software problems, can make new hardware and software designs and who is equipped as they can quickly meet the sector needs. 



Language of Program :

Turkish 



Definition of Program :

Computer Programming Programme is a programme covering the fields about computer usage, developing software, database, web, graphics applications, hardware, maintenance, repair, installment and management of the computer networks. The students in the Computer Programming programme are raised as individuals having the sufficient information about every field of computing, being equipped with the high ability to apply their knowledge and developing themselves continuously in accordance with the technological developments. In our department, education is given in two different ways as Day Course and Night Course. Computer Programming Programme that is a two-year programme consists of 4 semesters. At the end of each year, six-week industry-based education (IBE) is given. In the programme that gives 30 ECTS credits in each semester, the students gain 120 ECTS credits when they finish the courses. 



Admission and Registration Requirements :

They are determined in accordance with the related regulation of Council of Higher Education by Student Placement and Selection Center. 



Recognition of Previous Education :

The students studying in the programme of Computer Programming can be exempt from some courses in the frame of particular regulations. The student can be exempt in the situation where the content and credit of the course received in another institution are appropriate for the content and credit of the course given in this programme and when this is approved by Higher School Management. 



Graduation Requirements :

 In order to graduate from Computer Programming higher school, it is needed that the students should be successful in all the compulsory and elective courses (total 120 ECTS) which they should take and complete 30 work days of their compulsory internship (Industry-based Education- IBE) at the end of each year. Students are given education for 2 years (4 semesters) in this programme. 



Assessment and Evaluation Regulations :

In order for each student to register for the courses and take the exam at the end of the semester, they should attend 70% of the courses and 80% of the applications at least. Students have a midterm at least and a final exam for each course at the end of the semester. The contribution of the midterms is 40% (as midterms, the grades obtained from homework, laboratory exam or quizzes can be evaluated) and the contribution of the final is 60%. All the exams are evaluated on the scale of 100 points. If a student gets AA, BA, CB or CC letter grades, he is accepted as successful. DC and DD grades are conditional pass grades. In order for a student who gets DC or DD to be accepted as successful, his general weighted average grade should be 2.00 at least. 



Employment Oppurtunities :

The Computer Programming graduates can work public or private data-processing centers, in the sale and support units of information markets, in the technical services belonging to information technologies and in the research and development centers. They can be employed as a ?Computer Technician? or a ?Computer Programmer? in the field related to web design, system design, installation, maintenance and repair and computer networks. 



Access to Further Studies :

 The graduates completing their higher education successfully and getting the sufficient point from the External Transfer Exam (ETE) prepared by Student Selection and Placement Center can continue their education in the four-year programmes such as Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Technology and Information Systems, Computer and Information Systems, Computer and Teaching Technologies Teaching, Computer-Informatics, Information Systems Engineering, Information Systems and Technologies, Information Technologies, Physics, Statistic, Statistic and Computer Sciences, Control Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Mathematics-Computer, Meteorology Engineering, Applied Mathematics and Computer, Software Engineering.