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Muğla Vocational School Programme of Electronics Technology

Qualification Awarded

The students are awarded with Pre-Bachelor Degree in Electronics Technology Programme after completing all requirements of curriculum programme successfully and fulfilling all other requirements of graduation. The program graduates have the title of Electronic Technology Technician.

Specific Admission Requirements

The students' admission to Higher Education is based on a nation-wide Student Selection Examination (YGS). The examination is held once in a year and administered by the Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM). The candidates are registered to Higher Education Institutions according to their examination scores and their high school grade point averages.

Qualification Requirements

Students who want to enroll in the Electronic Technology Programme are required to complete the secondary education programme. Students who graduated from high school must be graduated from the secondary education program determined by the Higher Education Institution in order to pass without examination. There is no limit to the maximum duration of study in order to obtain a pre-bachelor degree.

Recognition of Prior Learning

The students of our university have the right to request the recognition of prior learning from their previous universities. For the recognition of their prior learning, they should submit their transcript and course contents to the relevant department in the first semester of registration year.

History

Electronics Technology Programme was found officially in 1998-1999 Academic Year. A total number of students are 80 at the moment, 40 of them from daytime education and 40 of them from evening education. Four lecturers and one faculty member work in Electronics Technology Programme.

Profile of the Programme

This programme provides practical and theoretical training on subjects such as producing and distributing energy, installing and operating various kinds of electrical equipment and machinery, preparing electrical materials and units, controlling and measurement techniques, illumination projects, industrial electrics, and safety in electrical systems. Graduates are awarded the title ‘electrician,’ and they can find employment in the public or private sector.

Program Outcomes

1- 1. Students have the theoretical knowledge that can understand the theory of working principles of circuit elements used in electronic technologies.
2- 2. They know electronic and basic electrical elements and usage places.
3- 3. They know the working principles of parts used in electronic systems.
4- 4. They can be used the basic knowledge acquired in the field, working principles of electronic devices used in everyday life, architects and areas where faults can occur.
5- 5. They can make electronic circuit design (technical drawing) in computer environment.
6- 6. They can make the production of the electronic circuit board and control.
7- 7. They take responsibility as a team member as well as individually.
8- 8. They use electronic circuit computer simulation programs.
9- 9. They can identify defects that may occur in electronic devices.
10- 10. They can use measuring instruments in places where your profession requires and have practical knowledge to use additional measuring instruments with additional training
11- 11. They are able to understand the technical features of the products of the electronic circuit manufacturers and communicate with their colleagues in a foreign language.
12- 12. They have the values of environmental protection, occupational health, safety consciousness and professional ethics.
13- 13. They have a level of knowledge that can follow the current technology in computer environment.
14- 14. They can use information and communication technologies, especially computers, in almost all fields of the profession, and keep their knowledge updated with lifelong learning consciousness.

Exam Regulations & Assesment & Grading

At least one midterm exam and a final exam are performed for each course given. Quizzes and assignments can also be assessed. The success grade is assessed by midterm exam, short-term exam and homework are 40% and final exam is 60%. In this assessment, the course instructor takes into account the statistical results of the scores of the students taking the courses from the midterm and final exams and the notes taken are converted to a 4-letter system within the framework of the regulations. A student who receives one of the grades AA, BA, BB, CB and CC grades is considered successful. The DC and DD grades taken from a course are evaluated according to the graduate weighted average grade of the student. If the weighted grade point average of the student is above the success grade (2.00), these courses are defined as successful. In the interim years / years, this letter grade is evaluated by the coefficients in the calculation of the weighted general grade averages. The student who receives the FF grade is unsuccessful. Every student has to attend classes, practice, laboratory, project, seminar, workshop, semester work, graduation projects. Students who are not enrolled in at least 70% of the theoretical courses and at least 80% of the practical and laboratory studies are not allowed to take the final exams from those courses. Students have to repeat the relevant lessons until they fulfil the attendance requirement in the theoretical courses. Examinations are usually performed as writing. However, the teaching staff may also decide to perform an oral examination. According to the content of the courses, Students can be directed to the project study provided that they are indicated on the information form.

Graduation Requirements

To succeed in the programme, the students should complete successfully all courses (optional and compulsory) and average grade must be 2.0 out of 4.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

The graduated students may be employed in electronics and factory fault/maintenance, government institutions, electronic security companies, PLC and microcontroller programming sectors.

Access to Further Studies

The graduate students who succeed in Vertical Crossing Exam (DGS made by ÖSYM) have opportunity to continue their bachelor degree in: Electrical Engineering, Electronic and Communication Engineering, Electrical-Electronic Engineering.

Mode of Study

Pre-Bachelor

Programme Director

Instructor Dr. Bengül METİN

ECTS Coordinator

Instructor Enver ER

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

1. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1801 ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTION HISTORY I Required 2 0 2
BİP1803 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES I Required 3 0 3
BİP1805 Algorithms and Programming Elective 2 0 3
BİP1807 HARDWARE INSTALLATION Elective 2 0 3
ELK1801 D.A CURRENT ANALYSIS Required 2 1 3
ELK1803 Electrical Control Circuits Required 2 0 3
ETP1001 ELECTRONICS I Required 2 1 3
ETP1003 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS Required 2 1 3
ETP1005 MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE Required 2 0 3
ETP1501 PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SECURITY ELECTRONICS Elective 2 0 3
ETP1503 LIGHT TECHNIQUE Elective 2 0 3
ETP1505 SOLDERING TECHNIQUES Elective 2 0 3
ETP1507 INDUSTRIAL CONTROL ELEMENTS Elective 2 0 3
ETP1509 WIRING Elective 2 0 3
SGP1801 FIRST AID Elective 2 0 3
TDB1801 TURKISH LANGUAGE I Required 2 0 2
YDB1801 ENGLISH I Required 2 0 2
YDB1803 GERMAN I Required 2 0 2
YDB1805 FRENCH I Required 2 0 2
İŞY1821 RESEARCH AND REPORT PREPARATION TECHNIQUES Elective 2 0 3
       
1. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1802 Required 2 0 2
BİP1802 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES II Elective 2 0 3
BİP1804 COMPUTER HARDWARE Elective 2 0 3
BİP1806 PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES Elective 2 0 3
BİP1808 INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT OF SOFTWARE Elective 2 0 3
ELK1804 ALTERNATIVE CURRENT CIRCUIT ANALYSIS Required 2 1 3
ELK1806 Induction and Synchronous Machines Elective 2 0 3
ETP1002 ELECTRONICS II Required 2 1 3
ETP1004 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Required 2 1 2
ETP1006 DIGITAL DESIGN Required 2 0 2
ETP1498 VOCATIONAL TRAINING (20 working days) Required 0 0 5
ETP1502 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS Elective 2 0 3
ETP1504 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY Elective 2 0 3
MAP1804 MATHEMATICS I Required 2 0 3
SGP1804 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Elective 2 0 3
TDB1802 Required 2 0 2
YDB1802 ENGLISH II Required 2 0 2
YDB1804 GERMAN II Required 2 0 2
YDB1806 FRENCH II Required 2 0 2
İŞY1822 Elective 2 0 3
       
2. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
BİP2805 Elective 2 0 3
BİP2817 Elective 2 0 3
BİP2819 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Elective 2 0 3
ELK2801 ENLIGHTMENT AESTHETICS Elective 2 0 3
ELK2803 SOLAR ENERGY AND POWER GENERATION Elective 2 0 3
ELK2805 COOLING TECHNIQUE Elective 2 0 3
ETP2001 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN I Required 2 0 3
ETP2003 MICROCONTROLLERS Required 2 0 4
ETP2005 POWER ELECTRONICS Required 2 1 3
ETP2007 FAILURE ANALYSIS Required 2 0 3
ETP2009 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS Required 2 1 5
ETP2011 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Required 2 0 3
ETP2501 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS Elective 2 0 3
ETP2503 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2505 PROJECT TECHNIQUES Elective 2 0 3
ETP2507 SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS Elective 2 0 3
ETP2509 CONTROL SYSTEMS Elective 2 0 3
ETP2511 VOCATIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE I Elective 2 0 3
RTV2801 COMMUNICATION Elective 2 0 3
İŞY2813 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I Elective 2 0 3
       
2. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
BİP2808 WEB PAGE DESIGN Elective 2 0 3
BİP2810 Elective 2 0 3
BİP2812 Elective 2 0 3
BİP2814 Elective 2 0 3
ELK2802 Electric motors and drives Required 3 0 3
ELK2804 Elective 2 0 3
ELK2806 Elective 2 0 3
ELK2808 Elective 2 0 3
ELK2810 HOME DEVICES Elective 2 0 3
ELK2812 Elective 2 0 3
ELK2814 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2002 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN II Required 2 0 2
ETP2004 Required 3 0 4
ETP2006 SCADA SYSTEMS Required 3 0 3
ETP2008 Required 2 1 4
ETP2498 VOCATIONAL TRAINING (20 working days) Required 0 0 5
ETP2502 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2504 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2506 ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS Elective 2 0 3
ETP2508 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2510 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2512 VOCATIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE II Elective 2 0 3
ETP2514 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2516 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2518 Elective 2 0 3
ETP2520 VOCATIONAL MATHEMATICS Elective 2 0 3
İŞY2814 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT II Elective 2 0 3
       
 

Evaluation Questionnaires

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

1. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTION HISTORY I              
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES I              
Algorithms and Programming              
HARDWARE INSTALLATION              
D.A CURRENT ANALYSIS              
Electrical Control Circuits              
ELECTRONICS I              
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS              
MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE              
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SECURITY ELECTRONICS              
LIGHT TECHNIQUE              
SOLDERING TECHNIQUES              
INDUSTRIAL CONTROL ELEMENTS              
WIRING              
FIRST AID              
TURKISH LANGUAGE I              
ENGLISH I              
GERMAN I              
FRENCH I              
RESEARCH AND REPORT PREPARATION TECHNIQUES              
               
1. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
               
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES II              
COMPUTER HARDWARE              
PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES              
INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT OF SOFTWARE              
ALTERNATIVE CURRENT CIRCUIT ANALYSIS              
Induction and Synchronous Machines              
ELECTRONICS II              
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN              
DIGITAL DESIGN              
VOCATIONAL TRAINING (20 working days)              
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS              
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY              
MATHEMATICS I              
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION              
               
ENGLISH II              
GERMAN II              
FRENCH II              
               
               
2. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
               
               
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING              
ENLIGHTMENT AESTHETICS               
SOLAR ENERGY AND POWER GENERATION              
COOLING TECHNIQUE              
SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN I              
MICROCONTROLLERS              
POWER ELECTRONICS              
FAILURE ANALYSIS              
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS              
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN              
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS              
               
PROJECT TECHNIQUES              
SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS              
CONTROL SYSTEMS              
VOCATIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE I              
COMMUNICATION              
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I              
               
2. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
WEB PAGE DESIGN              
               
               
               
Electric motors and drives              
               
               
               
HOME DEVICES              
               
               
SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN II              
               
SCADA SYSTEMS              
               
VOCATIONAL TRAINING (20 working days)              
               
               
ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS              
               
               
VOCATIONAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE II              
               
               
               
VOCATIONAL MATHEMATICS              
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT II              
               
 

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