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Master of Science – Mechanical Engineering (Thesis) at Yeditepe University: Tuition: $12000 USD Full Program (Scholarship Available)

Mechanical Engineering Department, with its young and dynamic faculty members, places a special emphasis on cooperation with the industry. A natural outcome of this is a high quality, highly R&D oriented graduate program. As of March 2009, we have nine R&D projects and two industry consultancies. Principal investigator of eight of our R&D projects is a faculty member in our department. Graduate students are usually expected to carry out thesis work compatible with needs of the industry and encouraged to take part in R&D projects. We support five research assistants fully with our projects. Our educational objective is to equip students with research culture and knowledge beyond undergraduate level and with capability to take initiative in research, which the industry requires.
Applicants should have completed their undergraduate work in mechanical, chemical, industrial, aerospace, naval construction, mechatronics or control engineering, or, in natural sciences or another branch of engineering with a minor in mechanical engineering and demonstrate sufficient level of English. Qualified applicants will be invited to an interview. The interview may be waived for international applicants.
The M.S. program consists of 21 credits of course work from compulsory and elective groups, which is usually equivalent to seven courses in total, a non-credit seminar course and thesis work. There is no non-thesis option. The undergraduate courses taken in a Preparatory Program, if deemed necessary, are outside the 21 credits of course load. Students with a non-ME background are required to succeed in a Preparatory Program in at most two semesters, consisting of undergraduate courses approved by the Department and not exceeding 18 credits in total, before they can continue on to the M.S. program. A student in the M.S. program must take an advanced mathematics course, ME 501, and two courses from the core list, subject to the approval of his/her advisor. The remaining four courses should be chosen from the elective-course list or can be taken from another department, subject to the advisor’s approval again. At most two elective courses, not exceeding 7 credits in total and not taken during undergraduate education or Preparatory Program, if attended, may be chosen from among the undergraduate courses. Core, elective, and preparatory course lists may be reached by clicking the “curriculum” button in this web site.
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