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General Information

Undergraduate Level

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department of Hacettepe University offers BS degree in its undergraduate education program.

The bachelor's degree program of Hacettepe University Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is accredited by ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission as of October 1st, 2014.

The department has been founded in 1974 and the first engineers have graduated in 1978.

Turkish Nationals need to obtain a sufficient score in the MF-4 category of the nationwide University Entrance Examination administered by OSYM. International student admission is carried out according to the regulations set forth by the HU Registrar's Office.

Within the first three years, undergraduate students take various courses to gain certain skills and the theoretical background in all essential areas of electrical and electronics engineering. In their senior year, they have the opportunity to specialize in the above subjects by electing the appropriate courses.

The medium of instruction is English in the undergraduate level and those students who fail the English proficiency examination study in the preparatory school run by Hacettepe University School of Foreign Languages before they begin with the department.

In order to graduate from the Bachelor of Science program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, at least 240 ECTS credits (152 national credits) have to be successfully completed.

For more details about the undergraduate program please go to HU Course Catalog / ECTS Information Package

Graduate Level

The department offers both MS and PhD degrees in the graduate education.

The graduate program in the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department was initiated in 1976. Students can choose one of the following areas to specialize in: Communication Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Electromagnetics and Microwave Techniques, Control Systems, Computers and Computer Networks, Microelectronics, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Machines and Power Systems. Students take courses in their areas of interest and work on their theses under the supervision of a faculty member.

The medium of instruction is Turkish. However, applicants have to be successful in an English proficiency exam in order to be admitted to the program. The higher body responsible of all graduate education in Engineering in Hacettepe University is the Graduate School of Science and Engineering. Hence, graduate student admission and graduate education are carried out in accordance with the rules and regulations set forth by the school.

For more details about the graduate programs please go to HU Course Catalog / ECTS Information Package

Undergraduate courses
DefinedOpen
Thoretical course4019
Laboratory course178
Service course31
Project course22
Internship22
Total:6432
Graduate courses
DefinedOpen
Thoretical course4812
Seminar10
MSc thesis10
PhD proficiency10
PhD thesis20
Total:5312
Current enrolled students and total graduates
BSMS & PhD
Enrolled 755 441
Graduated 2451 498
Undergraduate student enrollment and graduation data for the last 10 years
YearEnrolledGraduated
2016155103
201513278
201412997
201312763
201211575
201111583
201011666
200910764
20088665
20078072

Numbers dynamically change as students are enrolled and/or graduated.

General Information | Course & Exam Schedules | Real-time Course & Classroom Status
Undergraduate Curriculum | Academic Calendar | Open Courses, Sections and Supervisors | Weekly Course Schedule | Examination Schedules | Information for Registration | Prerequisite and Concurrent Courses | Legal Info and Documents for Internship | Information for ELE 401-402 Graduation Project | Program Educational Objectives & Student Outcomes | ECTS Course Catalog | HU Registrar's Office
Graduate Curriculum | Open Courses and Supervisors | Weekly Course Schedule | Final Examinations Schedule | Schedule of Graduate Thesis Defences and Seminars | Information for Registration | ECTS Course Catalog - Master's Degree | ECTS Course Catalog - PhD Degree | HU Graduate School of Science and Engineering