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    Faculty of Education

Metallurgical And Materials Engineering Department

1. General Information

The department was established as Metallurgical Engineering on May 15, 1996 and the first students registered at fall semester of the academic year 1996-1997. The department name was changed as Metallurgical and Materials Engineering in 1998. Department has 18 academic staff: 4 full professors, 3 associate professor, 5 assistant professors and 6 research assistant. Every year 60 students register for the undergraduate program. Normal training period is 4 years and the Department has three main divisions that they are Materials, Extractive Metallurgy and Nanomaterials. The graduate program of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering has aproximateley 20 PhD and 50 graduate students.


2. Qualification

Upon successful completion of the program students are awarded a bachelor degree in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering.


3. Level of Qualification



4.Admission Requirements

The general admission requirements for Turkish and foreign students are valid to register the program.


5. Undergraduate Transfer Opportunity

In Turkish Higher Education Institutions, recognition of prior non-formal learning, vertical, lateral, and transitions within the university, performed within the scope of "IN THE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS, TRANSITION BETWEEN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS AND DOUBLE MAJOR, MINOR AND CREDIT TRANSFER BETWEEN CORPORATE ACTION ON BASIS OF REGULATION" that determined by the Board of Higher Education for the transitions.

Outside of formal educational institutions in Turkey, in recognition for certificate-based or experience-based learning, at the beginning of each academic term the exemption exam are organized for some computer and foreign language courses. Students who take the exam and pass the courses in the curriculum are exempt from the relevant.


6.Qualification Requirements and Conditions

All courses must be passed in the student's program, FF, DZ or NZ should not enough to sufficient grade. In this program, students provide a minimum of 240 ECTS credits and GPA must be at least 2.00 out of 4.00. In the training in the area of Casting, Manufacturing and Business are required to be complete in 45 business days.


7.Program Profile (Aim)

Aim of the program is to be able to provide investigative and questioner education at the international level in the field of Metallurgy and Materials, and , able to become a leading teaching and research section in science and technology. To able to train students who could have scientific and multi-dimensional thinking, design project with information synthesizing, evaluate and interpret the data and findings, challenges and problems of self-confidence to analyze and produce solutions. To ensure the development of well-rounded students and teaching staff. Supporting scientific research and to fulfill the requirements for a quality education. To have research and teaching faculty members who endear the students to learn the basic concepts, knowledge.

PEO 1. Graduates, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering have sufficient knowledge of the fundamental principles and engineering studies in related fields.

PEO 2. Graduates, their knowledge will encounter engineering design, cost, safety, environmental and quality to be evidence of implementation of the requirements of the social usefulness.

PEO 3. Graduates of the developing technology required to meet the requirements of creative, teamwork, leadership, undertake the task, self-confident and have features that can renew itself

PEO 4 Graduates, communicate effectively in both written and oral, be open to life-long continuing education and training.


8. Programme Outcomes

PO1. Sufficient knowledge of engineering subjects related with mathematics, science andMetallurgical and Materials Engineering ; an ability to apply theoretical and practicalknowledge on solving and modeling of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering  problems.

PO2. Ability to determine, define, formulate and solve complex Metallurgical and Materials Engineering  problems; for that purpose an ability to select and use convenient analytical and experimental methods.

PO3. Ability to design a complex system, a component and/or an engineering process under real life constrains or conditions, defined by environmental, economical and political problems; for that purpose an ability to apply modern design methods.

PO4. Ability to develop, select and use modern methods and tools required forMetallurgical and Materials Engineering  applications; ability to effective use of information technologies.

PO5. In order to investigate Metallurgical and Materials Engineering  problems; ability to set up and conduct experiments and ability to analyze and interpretation of experimental results.

PO6. Ability to work effectively in inner or multi-disciplinary teams; proficiency of interdependence.

PO7. Ability to communicate in written and oral forms in Turkish/English; proficiency at least one foreign language.

PO8. Awareness of life-long learning; ability to reach information; follow developments in science and technology and continuous self-improvement.

PO9. Understanding of professional and ethical issues and taking responsibility

PO10. Awareness of project, risk and change management; awareness of entrepreneurship, innovativeness and sustainable development.

PO11.Knowledge of actual problems and effects of engineering applications on health, environment and security in global and social scale; an awareness of juridical results of engineering solutions.

P.O.12. Awareness of quality consciousness and quality control in material selection, product development and production processes of engineering applications.

P.O.13. Ability to solve problems in engineering applications with continuous self-improvement.


9. Employment Opportunity of Alumni

Graduated students may participate in public corporation and foundation, iron steel industry, foundations of casting, ceramic industry, glass corporations and metal industry.


10. Application of High Degree Programs

To apply for the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy programs in original major or related sciences, candidates must maintain ALES or equivalent exams and  have adequate foreign language knowledge.


11. Examinations, Assessment and Evaluation

The details of assessment and evaluation procedure for each course is identified in “Course Information Form” in detailed.


12. Provision of Graduation

Provision of graduation is specified under “Qualification Requirements and Conditions” item.


13. Manner of Learning (Full-time, e-learning)

Full-time learning


14. Addresses and Contacts (Head of Department, Co-head of Department, Erasmus Coordinator)

Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering,

Batı Meselik 26480 ESKISEHIR, TURKEY

Phone: 0222 239 37 50/3680


Prof.Dr.Mustafa ANIK (Head of Department) Extension: 3681

Assist.Prof.Dr.Belgin TANIŞAN (Co-head of Department) Extension: 3683

Assist.Prof.Dr.Bilge YAMAN (Co-head of Department) Extension: 3684

Assist.Prof.Dr Bedri BAKSAN (Erasmus Coordinator) Extension: 3693


15. Facilities of Department

The Department currently has an amphi-class with 100 student capacity, 3 extent size teaching classes, 4 middle extent size classes with 50 student capacity, and 2 small size teaching classes with 30 student capacity. Researches and experimental applications are conducted in the Department of Research Laboratories, Material Laboratories in Mechanical Engineering and laboratories in the Institute of Metallurgy.


  • Extractive metallurgy laboratory
  • Characterization laboratory
  • Casting laboratory
  • Heat Treatment laboratory
  • Mechanical Experiments laboratory
  • Hydrometallurgy laboratory
  • Corrosion laboratory
  • Powder Metallurgy laboratory

16. Staff Members

Division of Materials Science
Prof.Dr. Mustafa ANIK (Head of Division and Head of Department)
Prof.Dr. Orhan Şerif KOMAÇ
Prof. Dr. Hakan GAŞAN

Assoc.Prof.Dr. İbrahim ÇELİKYÜREK
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Bilge Yaman ISLAK
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Hüseyin AVCI

Assist.Prof.Dr. Bedri BAKSAN
Assist.Prof.Dr. Neşe ÖZTÜRK KÖRPE
Assist.Prof.Dr. Hüseyin AVCI  

Resarch Assist.Dr. Alanur BİNAL AYBAR
Resarch Assist.Dr. Kerem AYBAR
Resarch Assist.Dr. Reşat Can ÖZDEN


Division of Extractive Metallurgy
Assist.Prof.Dr.Nurşen KOÇ (Head of Division)
Assist.Prof.Dr.Belgin TANIŞAN
Assist.Prof.Dr. S. Mine TOKER
Resarch Assist. Duygu YILMAZ


Division of Nanomaterials
Prof.Dr. M. Celalettin BAYKUL (Head of Division)
Resarch Assist.Dr. Selçuk TEMİZ
Resarch Assist. Ersu LÖKÇÜ

17. Objectives & Learning Outcomes (T.Y.Y.Ç)