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Yatağan Vocational School Programme of Electrics(E.E)

Qualification Awarded

Graduates of this program are eligible for Associate's degree and receive the title of Electrical Technician.

Specific Admission Requirements

Admission of students to the program is carried out by examinations and placement organized by ÖSYM (Student Selection and Placement Center) in accordance with the related regulations-directives determined by YÖK (Council of Higher Education). Sudents who graduate from high school can register to the program by obtaining enough points from the exam given by the ÖSYM.

Qualification Requirements

Students must complete 120 ECTS credits during 2 years of study. In order to graduate from the program, the student must complete all the courses taken and the industry-based learning internship which is 30 working days. The overall grade point average should be at least 2.00 out of 4.00 and must not have an unsuccessful course.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Students from all high schools are accepted.

History

Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Yatağan Vocational School Electrical and Energy Department Electrical program has been established with the proposal of Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Senate and the decision of YÖK General Assembly dated 16.04.2002 and the activity has been started by taking students in 2004-2005 Academic Year.

Profile of the Programme

The use of electricity, which has become widespread with the rise of industrialization, has revealed a trained manpower shortage in electricity. Yatağan Vocational School of Electrical Engineering was established to train qualified electricians in the sector. The program includes theoretical and practical courses based on industry. At the end of the first year, students complete their compulsory internship based on their industry for 30 working days to prepare themselves better for the business life. The education type of the program is formal education. The language of instruction is Turkish. There is one laboratory within the school.

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Exam Regulations & Assesment & Grading

In order for the students to register for the courses at the beginning of the semester and to take the final exams, they must have at least 70% of the theoretical courses and at least 80% of the applications. The success of the students in each course unit in the curriculum is measured by the results of the mid-term, the in-term activities and the results of the final exams. Mid-term and final exams are conducted at the dates, places and times determined and announced by the university. The mid-term exam's contribution is% 40 and the final exam's contribution is% 60 for the final grade. The scores obtained from the measurement tools such as homework, laboratory exam, quiz etc. can also be evaluated as mid-term exam. All exams are evaluated over 100 points. Students are required to take at least 30 points from the final exam. Students taking one of the letter grades AA, BA, BB, CB and CC are considered successful. DC and DD are conditionally successful grades. In order to be successful in a course with a DC or DD grade, the student must have a grade point average of at least 2.00. In order to be successful in a course with a DC or DD grade, the student must have a grade point average of at least 2.00. If a student has received FF or FD grade, he / she is considered unsuccessful and must repeat the course in next year. The grade of KK indicates that there is a absenteeism from a course, a grade of GG is passed from that course, and a grade of SS indicates that the course is a continuing course and the course will be processed at the end of the course.

Graduation Requirements

Students must complete 120 ECTS credits during 2 years of study. In order to graduate from the program, the student must complete all the courses and study internship which are 30 working days, and the overall relative grade point average must be at least 2.00 out of 4.00 and must not have an unsuccessful course.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Our graduates; work in all industrial production facilities, public and private electric power generation facilities, aerospace industry, and all organizations operating in the field of electricity and electronics.

Access to Further Studies

Graduated students can transfer to the undergraduate programs which are the continuation of the fields they have completed. The provisions of the relevant regulations are applied for the graduates of Vocational Schools and Open Education Associate (AÖF) Degree Programs to continue their undergraduate education. Quotas allocated by the University are notified to the Presidency of ÖSYM. These quotas and conditions are announced in the Vertical Transition Guide prepared by ÖSYM. According to the results of the Vertical Transfer Exam, the placements are carried out centrally by ÖSYM. Graduates of the program can make a vertical transfer to the related departments of Electrical Engineering, Electrical - Electronics Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Physics, Aerospace Electrical and Electronics, Control Engineering, Control and Automation Engineering, Meteorology Engineering, Aircraft Electric - Electronic, Aerospace Engineering according to their results. In addition, there is a possibility of vertical transfer to the Economics and Business Administration departments of the AÖF.

Mode of Study

Associate

Programme Director

Instructor Altan Kalay

ECTS Coordinator

Instructor Ezgi Seyfioğlu

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

Evaluation Questionnaires

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

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