Learning Outcomes of Graduate Alumni


Theoretic: To have infrastructure enough in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry and chemical engineering. To be able to use knowledge associated with theoretical, design, analytical, control and laboratory applications in the area of Chemical Engineering.

Application: To identify chemical engineering problems and to select the appropriate methods to develop a solution and apply them.

The ability to analyze and design Chemical Engineering Processes.

The ability to design an experiment, conduct an experiment, collect data, analyze and evaluate the results for R&D.
The ability to use software and information technologies related to chemical engineering.
The ability to work independently and as part of a team, to take responsibility.
Attitude, Behavior and Professional Competences
The ability to access information, carry out literature search for this purpose and use databases and other knowledge resources.
The ability to communicate both in writing and orally in English.
Laboratory and work safety, workers’ health and environmental safety awareness.
Admission Requirements
To get accepted into this department after the examination prepared and administered by the Student Selection and Placement Centre (ÖSYM).

Graduation Requirements
The final exam score must be at least fifty to pass. The total score, half of the sum of midterm and final exam score, must be at least forty. In higher education, Chemical Engineering has 240 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits in its discipline. A bachelor’s degree is received in chemical engineering after the program is completed successfully providing that the program qualifications are obtained


Degree awarded / Title 

Chemical Engineer