Online Pre-registration Link is given below.
About 2023-2024 Spring Semester Applications.
2023-2024 Spring Semester Online Applications will start as of 11.12.2023.
Application Deadline: 14.01.2024
ALES Score Type : NUMERIC
DOCUMENTS REQUESTED DURING FINAL REGISTRATION
- The original and a photocopy of the undergraduate diploma
– The original and a copy of the undergraduate transcript (transcript)
– ALES Exam result document (for thesis program)
– Copy of the Identity Card
– Photo (4 Pieces)
In the 2023-2024 Spring Semester, there will be no science exam in Thesis/Non-Thesis programs;
In our thesis programs, 65% of ALES in numerical score type, 35% of undergraduate graduation grade point average,
In non-thesis programs, 50% of the undergraduate graduation grade and 50% of the relevant score type ALES, if any, will be taken.
If the candidates applying to non-thesis programs do not have ALES scores, 55 points will be accepted and ranking will be made.
According to the enrollment status of our principal students who qualify for final enrollment and our principal students who qualify for the reserve list, our students who are entitled to enroll as a principal come to the Çarşı Campus 3rd Floor Science Graduate School Secretariat with the originals of their application documents, and after completing and signing the relevant form, from the accounting unit after student affairs. must complete their transactions.
It is submitted for your information.
Head of Department: Dr. Instructor Member Nuri BINGOL
Student Admission Requirements
Candidates must have a bachelor's degree in order to apply for the master's program. The equivalence of undergraduate diplomas obtained from abroad must be approved by the Council of Higher Education.
Graduates of undergraduate programs that accept numerically weighted students in the university exam will be able to apply to the program. Candidates who have received their undergraduate degree in a field other than Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering will attend the Scientific Preparation Program to be determined by the Artificial Intelligence Engineering Department and the Graduate School Administrative Board.
Candidates applying to the master's program with thesis must have received at least 55 points from the Academic Personnel and Postgraduate Education Entrance Exam (ALES). Candidates who score at least equivalent to the ALES exam in the internationally accepted "Graduate Record Examination" (GRE) exam, which is considered equivalent to the ALES exam by the Interuniversity Board, are also evaluated. In the admission of students to graduate programs; ALES score, undergraduate grade point average and interview/Science Exam result are evaluated.
In the evaluation of the Master's Program with Thesis, 50% of the ALES score, 20% of the undergraduate grade point average and 30% of the interview/Science Exam result are taken into account, and the ranking is made from high to low with the recommendation of the academic board of the department and the decision of the graduate-school board of directors. In non-thesis programs, 50% of the undergraduate grade point average and 50% of the interview/Science Exam result are taken into consideration, and the grades are ranked from high to low with the recommendation of the academic board of the department and the decision of the graduate-school board of directors.
Total Number of Credits Required to Obtain a Master's Degree and Required and Elective Courses to be Taken
The master's program with thesis consists of at least 7 courses, 1 seminar course and thesis, with a total of not less than 21 credits. Seminar course and thesis work are non-credit and evaluated as successful or unsuccessful. A master's program with thesis consists of at least 8 courses, including the seminar course, and a total of at least 120 ECTS credits, provided that it is not less than 60 ECTS credits in one academic term. The student has to register for the thesis period of each semester, starting from the semester following the appointment of the advisor at the latest. At most two of the courses to be taken by the student can be selected from the undergraduate courses, provided that they were not taken during the undergraduate education.
The non-thesis master's program consists of at least 10 courses with a total of 30 credits and not less than 60 ECTS, and a term project course. The student has to register for the term project course in the semester in which the term project course is taken and submit a written project and/or report at the end of the semester. The term project course is non-credit and is evaluated as successful or unsuccessful. At most three of the courses to be taken by the student can be selected from the undergraduate courses, provided that they were not taken during the undergraduate education.