İNŞAAT MÜHENDİSLİĞİ

MUDEK

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAM

Hasan Kalyoncu University Civil Engineering Department graduates;

EO 1) They are employed as product development, control, project or field engineer in civil engineering disciplines or start their own businesses.

EO 2) They are employed in R & D departments of national / international institutions in the disciplines related to Civil Engineering.

EO 3) They continue their graduate studies in Civil Engineering, Architecture, Environmental Engineering and related disciplines.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

PO 1) Adequate knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering subjects pertaining to the
relevant discipline; ability to use theoretical and applied knowledgein these areas in
complex engineering problems.

PO 2) Ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems; ability to select
and apply proper analysis and modeling methods for this purpose.

PO 3) Ability to design a complex system, process, device or product under realistic
constraints and conditions, in such a way as to meet the desired result; ability to apply
modern design methods for this purpose.

PO 4) Ability to devise, select, and use modern techniques and tools needed for analyzing and
solving complex problems encountered in engineering practice; ability to employ
information technologies effectively.

PO 5) Ability to design and conduct experiments, gather data, analyze and interpret results for
investigating complex engineering problems or discipline specific research questions.

PO 6) Ability to work efficiently in intra-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary teams; ability to
work individually.

PO 7) Ability to communicate effectively in Turkish, both orally and in writing; knowledge of
a minimum of one foreign language; ability to write effective reports and comprehend
written reports, prepare design and production reports, make effective presentations,
and give and receive clear and intelligible instructions.

PO 8) Recognition of the need for lifelong learning; ability to access information, to follow
developments in science and technology, and to continue to educate him/herself.

PO 9) Consciousness to behave according to ethical principles and professional and ethical
responsibility; knowledge on standards used in engineering practice.

PO 10) Knowledge about business life practices such as project management, risk management,
and change management; awareness in entrepreneurship, innovation; knowledge about
sustainable development.

PO 11) Knowledge about the global and social effects of engineering practices on health,
environment, and safety, and contemporary issues of the century reflected into the field
of engineering; awareness of the legal consequences of engineering solutions.

Course Code and Name CE101 Introduction to Civil Engineering
Credıt/Ects 2/4
Course Content This is an introduction course to Civil Engineering profession that provides students with primary principles and fundamental concepts of Civil Engineering discipline. This course includes some general introductory information on major specialty areas of Civil Engineering, historical perspectives, current status, and future challenges of the discipline and an introduction to the profession and its applications.
Course Code and Name CE112 Technical Drawing
Credıt/Ects 2/5
Course Content Scale, line types, geometric drawings, projections and perspective, freehand sketch drawing, drawing of various reinforced concrete building elements, steel construction, walls, roads and earth works, culverts and bridges. Introduction to Autocad software, Autocad commands. Single dimension drawings, drawings with coordinates, page and setting commands, drawing commands, two dimensional drawings, practice.
Course Code and Name CE122 Statics
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content The course introduces the fundamentals of statics within the field of engineering mechanics and provide a background for structural analysis of civil engineering systems. This course covers: rigid body mechanics, free body diagram in equilibrium position and static equilibrium equations for rigid body systems, finding the centroids of different geometric shapes, moments of inertia, analysis of trusses and beams, and defining distributed, normal and shear forces.
Course Code and Name CE212 Engineering Design
Credıt/Ects 2/3
Course Content The major focus of this course is to expose students to design process, research and analysis, teamwork, communication methods, global and human impacts, engineering standards, and technical documentation. This course gives students the opportunity to develop skills and understanding of course concepts through activity, project and problem-based learning.
Course Code and Name CE221 Dynamics
Credıt/Ects 3/4
Course Content This course covers the motion of moving solids, and the relation between speed, momentum and force. Topics include particle dynamics, linear and curvilinear motion, combination of motions, Newton’s laws, Impulse, momentum and angular momentum, solid dynamics, kinematics, Euler’s laws, and work and energy calculations.
Course Code and Name CE222 Strength of Materials
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Mechanical properties of materials, Stress, Strain, Stress-strain diagrams, Linear elasticity, Hooke’s Law. Plasticity. Axial load, thermal stresses. Torsion, Bending, Transverse shear, Shear stresses, shear center. Stress transformation,, Mohr Circle. Strain transformation. Normal force with bending, Bending with shear, Bending with torsion. Study of elastic curve by various methods.
Course Code and Name CE231 Engineering Economy
Credıt/Ects 2/3
Course Content Introduction to Engineering Economics. Supply-demand relationship, supply elasticity, demand elasticity. Break-even analysis. Simple interest, compound interest. Money and time relations. Methods of selecting a profitable project. Renewal investments. Economic life analysis. Depreciation Accounts. A general overview of the course.
Course Code and Name CE241 Material Science
Credıt/Ects 3/4
Course Content Introduction to materials science and classification of atomic structures of the materials. Atomic bonding and arrangement. molecular structure. Crystal structures and imperfections. Solid-state diffusion. Phase diagrams and solidification. Metals, ceramics, polymers. Composites. Corrosion and degradation of materials. Mechanical properties of materials; stress and strain, behaviour under tension and compression, toughness, fatigue, creep.
Course Code and Name CE242 Construction Materials
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content This course is an introduction to the basic building materials, components and methods of production for these materials: timber, metal, lime, gypsum, stone, polymers, hydraulic cements,  aggregates, concrete. Illustration of their applications in civil engineering. Also, the course includes; physical, mechanical and durability properties of fresh and hardened concrete, steel and wood. Load-time deformation characteristics of materials. Laboratory sessions consist of experiments on cementing materials, aggregates, concrete.
Course Code and Name CE262 Surveying
Credıt/Ects 3/4
Course Content Drawing: drawing maps with tachometric measurements, enlarging and reducing maps and plans, units of measurement: introduction of angle, length, area and volume units, conversion between angle units, errors: definition of error, classification of errors, correction, error limit, accuracy criteria, simple Measuring tools: jalon, jalon stand, steel tape measure, prism etc. Introduction and use of acid measuring instruments, simple measurements: application of points and lines with simple measuring instruments, length measurements: direct measurement or indirect calculation of lengths, simple pickup methods: definition of pickup, simple pickup methods and application, area calculations.
Course Code and Name CE272 Fluid Mechanics
Credıt/Ects 3/4
Course Content This course gives the fundamental principles of fluid mechanics and their application to engineering problems and includes the study of behavior of viscous and non-viscous fluids at rest and in motion through development and application of the principles of fluid statics, continuity, energy, momentum, similitude, and dimensional analysis. The topics covered in this course throughout the semester include fluid statics; kinematics of fluid flow: continuity equation, stream function, ir-rotational flow velocity potential; fluid dynamics: flow of viscous fluids; newtonian fluids, simple laminar flow systems, turbulence, flow in pipes as well as selected subjects from compressible flow, open channel flow, boundary layer theory.
Course Code and Name CE321 Structural Analysis
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Types of structures, Supports and loads.  Idealization of structures and loads.  Geometric stability and determinacy.  Analysis of determinate trusses, beams, plane frames and arches; reaction computation; axial force, shear force and bending moment diagrams. Influence lines of determinate structures. Introduction to indeterminate structures.
Course Code and Name CE332 Construction Management
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Study of Construction Management functions including Project Management, Cost Management, Time Management, Quality Management, Contract Administration, and Safety Management. Emphasis is put on the application of each function throughout the project phases.
Course Code and Name CE351 Reinforced Concrete I
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content This course gives the basic principles for reinforced concrete design of structures based on mechanical properties of structural concrete. Fundamentals and design theories based on ultimate (Limit) strength design and elastic concept.  Introduction to Turkish Standard for Reinforced Concrete Design ‘TS-500’, Building Codes and the American Concrete Institute Code ACI.  Load factors, structural safety limits.  Analysis and design of reinforced concrete members subjected to flexure, shear and diagonal tension in accordance to ACI strength method. Development length of reinforcement.
Course Code and Name CE352 Reinforced Concrete II
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Design of slabs and different floor systems, one way, two ways. Design of continuous beams. Design of columns under axial and eccentric loadings, short columns and slenderness limits. Types of footings and their structural designs. In addition to practical design project.
Course Code and Name CE354 Steel Structures
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Mechanical behavior and material properties of structural steel, design of steel structures, allowable stress design approach, introduction to use of Turkish standards, Eurocodes and AISC codes. The concepts of structural steel including connections, tension members, compression members, beams and beam-columns, beams and girders as well as bolted-welted connections. Design of frames, trusses, industrial buildings and serviceability should be discussed.
Course Code and Name CE362 Foundation Engineering
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Soil and rock investigations, methods and properties evaluation for design of foundations. Types of foundations. Bearing capacity and design of shallow foundation (isolated, combind, strip and raft foundation). Bearing capacity and design of deep foundations. Pile foundations and caissons. Sheet piling. Retaining walls.
Course Code and Name CE371 Hydrology
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content The course serves as an introduction to the field of engineering hydrology. It covers fundamentals such as the hydrological cycle, catchment, losses, hydrographs and hyetographs. Design topics covered will be selected from: flood frequency analysis, determination of design rainfall intensity and hyetographs, peak flow estimation, design hydrograph estimation, groundwater process and modelling, and drought risk analysis/yield hydrology.
Course Code and Name CE372 Hydraulics
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Fluid flow concepts and measurements; Dimensional analysis, similitude and hydraulics models; Flow of incompressible fluids in pipelines; Pipe network analysis; Pump-pipeline system analysis and design, Steady open channel flow.
Course Code and Name CE381 Highway Engineering
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Highway planning and capacity. Design controls and criteria. Cross sectional elements. Sight distances. Horizontal and vertical alignments. Intersections. Highway materials characterization. Bituminous mixtures design. Flexible pavement design. Highway drainage. Pavement evaluation and maintenance.  Components of Traffic system, Traffic-stream characteristics, Traffic studies, Parking, Pedestrians, Traffic safety, Traffic signals, Signs and Markings, Capacity of urban streets and Intersections, Congestion management.
Course Code and Name CE471 Water Resources Engineering
Credıt/Ects 4/5
Course Content Methodology for water resources development, management and conservation is introduced from the engineering viewpoint. Main topics are distribution of water resource on the earth, grasp and prediction of water demand, planning and design of water resources systems, estimation and prediction of river flow, policy and water rights, and operation of reservoirs
Course Code and Name CE499 Graduation Project
Credıt/Ects 4/10
Course Content Choosing the topic, establishing the project, literature review, preparing for/or preliminary conducting the experiments, collecting the field data & developing the mathematical/computer model if applicable, running and finalizing the experimental program or the mathematical/computer model, analyzing the results and findings and drawing the conclusion, writing the complete project report, presenting and defending the project. The topic should be relevant to the field applications of courses studied, preferably with industry inputs and problems relevant to industry. The project with a research component should be given priority.
Course Code and Name FE400 Cooperative Education
Credıt/Ects 4/30
Course Content An Internship

is a supervised pre-professional learning experience that allows students to apply their skills and knowledge in a professional setting. These experiences are designed to enhance the student’s preparedness for an intended career with a business, industry, or government agency.  Internships can range from 15-40 hours per week, but must last the duration of at least 14 weeks.
Cooperative education is a partnership between academic institutions and the practical world of work. For students, it is a formal education and practical experience in business, industry or government agency, a blend of theory and application, new skills and knowledge, a competitive salary, and a validation of career choice. Cooperative education is different from internship. A co-op student of alternate semester should work and study as a full-time study.

Course Code and Name CHEM101 General Chemistry
Credıt/Ects 4/6
Course Content Introduction; matter and measurement, atoms, molecules and ions, Stoichiometry; basic laws of stoichiometry calculation with chemical formulas and equations, theory of atoms, the basic concept of bonding, the periodic Table, and properties, chemical bonds, gases and kinetic theory, solids, liquids, Intermolecular forces, aqueous reactions and solution stoichiometry, Chemical Equilibrium, Properties of solutions, Thermochemistry.
Course Code and Name FE401 Multidisciplinary Integrated Project
Credıt/Ects 4/5
Course Content This course gives students the opportunity to become exposed to engineering disciplines (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and computer engineering) by introducing problem situations that force them to link theory to practical real-world problems involving areas outside their own engineering disciplines. A multidisciplinary team environment forces students to interact with people that do not necessarily think like themselves and value the skills that other team members provide. Every graduating student will have “a multidisciplinary experience” during his or her undergraduate career. The use of a multidisciplinary integrated project provides one appealing pathway to achieve such experience.

In this course, real world multidisciplinary design experiences are used to prepare HKU graduates to enter today’s workforce.

Undergraduate students from different engineering departments may sign performance contracts (for some modest team task) in turn with faculty advisers. Such “vertical and horizontal integration” of student participants allows an early preview of design team organization, and first-hand experience in viewing both good and poor team behavior. The team may design both the product and the company, the former as a typical engineering product or process and the latter through development of a corporate business plan.

Course Code and Name MATH211 Linear Algebra
Credıt/Ects 3/5
Course Content Systems of linear equations. Matrices. Algebraic properties of matrix operations. Special types of matrices. Echelon form of a matrix. Solving linear systems by Gauss-Jordan reduction. Finding the inverse of a matrix by row reduction. Equivalent matrices. Determinants. Properties of determinants. Cofactor expansion. Inverse of a matrix (via its determinant). Other applications of determinants (Cramers rule). Vectors in the plane and in 3-space. Vector spaces. Subspaces. Span and linear independence. Basis and dimension. Row space. Null space. Nullity and rank of a matrix. Homogeneos systems. Change of basis. Transition matrices. Orthogonalization. Linear  transformations. Kernel and range of a linear transformation.
Course Code and Name PHYS101 General Physics I
Credıt/Ects 4/6
Course Content Definition of accuracy and significance of results in a measurement. Expressing vector quantities using different methods. Description of motion in one- and multi-dimensions and their application to various problems. Introduction of Newton’s laws of motion and conservation laws, and their applications to various problems. Description of rotational motion and their applications specifically rigid bodies in static equilibrium. Using mechanical laws to describe planetary motion and fluids mechanics.
Course Code and Name PHYS102 General Physics II
Credıt/Ects 4/6
Course Content Definition of charge and electric fields. Determination of electric field due to a point charge or to a charge distribution. Using Gauss’s law for symmetric charge distributions. Definition of electric potential and capacitance. Foundation of basic circuit elements. Definition of magnetic field and source of magnetic fields. Inductance and analyses of basic direct and alternating circuits. Using Maxwell’s laws to describe the light as an electromagnetic wave.

2019 Curriculum

1. Semester

Couse Code Course Name C/E T A C E
MATH111 Calculus I C 4 0 4 6
PHYS101 General Physics I C 3 2 4 6
CHEM101 General Chemistry C 4 0 4 6
ENG101 Technical English I C 3 0 3 4
CE101 Introduction to Civil Engineering C 2 0 2 4
INT101 Introduction to University Life C 1 0 1 1
TÜR101 Turkish Language and Literature 1 C 2 0 2 2
FE101 Social Responsibility Project C 0 2 0 1
Semester Total Credit 20 30

2. Semester

Course Code Course Name C/E T A C E
MATH112 Calculus II C 4 0 4 6
PHYS102 General Physics II C 3 2 4 6
CE112 Technical Drawing C 1 2 2 5
ENG102 Technical Elective II C 3 0 3 4
CE122 Statics C 3 0 3 5
TÜR102 Turkish Language and Literature 2 C 2 0 2 2
FE102 Technology and R&D Management C 2 0 2 2
Semester Total Credit 20 30

3. Semester

Course Code Course Name C/E T A C E
MATH211 Linear Algebra C 3 0 3 5
MATH213 Statistics and Probability C 3 0 3 5
CE221 Dynamics C 3 0 3 4
CE231 Engineering Economy C 2 0 2 3
CE241 Material Science C 2 2 3 4
CE261 Soil Mechanics C 2 2 3 5
FE201 Engineering Ethics C 2 0 2 2
AİİT201 Atatürk’s Principles and History of Revolution I C 2 0 2 2
Semester Total Credit 21 30

4. Semester

Course Code Course Name C/E T A C E
MATH212 Differential Equations C 3 0 3 5
CE212 Engineering Design C 1 2 2 3
CE222 Strength of Materials C 3 0 3 5
CE242 Construction Materials C 2 2 3 5
CE262 Surveying C 2 2 3 4
CE272 Fluid Mechanics C 3 0 3 4
FE202 Occupational Health and Safety C 2 0 2 2
AİİT202 Atatürk’s Principles and History Revolution II Z 2 0 2 2
Semester Total Credit 21 30

5. Semester

Course Code Course Name C/E T A C E
MATH311 Numerical Analysis C 3 0 3 5
CE321 Structural Analysis C 3 0 3 5
CE351 Reinforced Concrete C 2 2 3 5
CE371 Hydrology C 3 0 3 5
CE381 Highway Engineering C 3 0 3 5
Technical Elective I E 3 0 3 5
Semester Total Credit 18 30

6. Semester

Course Code Course Name C/E T A C E
CE332 Construction Management C 3 0 3 5
CE352 Reinforced Concrete II C 3 0 3 5
CE354 Steel Structures C 3 0 3 5
CE362 Foundation Engineering C 3 0 3 5
CE372 Hydraulics C 3 0 3 5
Technical Elective II E 3 0 3 5
Semester Total Credit 18 30

7. Semester

Course Code Course Name C/E T A C E
CE471 Water Resources Engineering C 3 2 4 5
CE499 Graduation Project C 0 8 4 10
FE401 Multidisciplinary Integrated Project C 0 8 4 5
TE Technical Elective III E 3 0 3 5
TE Technical Elective IV E 3 0 3 5
Semester Total Credit 18 30

8. Semester

Course Code Course Name C/E T A C E
FE400 Cooperative Education C 0 8 4 30
Semester Total Credit 4 30
Course PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO1O PO11
CE101-Introduction to Civil Engineering

In this program; different assessment methods such as midterm, homework, exercise, project, application and final exam are applied. Assessment methods may include classical examination, multiple choice examination, homework, performance assessment and product assessment. In order to graduate from the program, the weighted grade point average must be at least 2.00. The grade of a course is determined as a result of the evaluation of the above elements and given as a letter. At least DD letter grade is required to be successful in a course. Letter grades and the coefficient of each grade are given below.

Letter Grade Coefficient
AA 4,0
BA 3,5
BB 3,0
CB 2,5
CC 2,0
DC 1,5
DD 1,0
FD 0,5
FF 0,0
NA 0,0

There is a total of 5 years of education together with 1 year English preparatory and 4 years undergraduate education. The language of edution is 100% English. 140 credits and 240 ECTS are awarded to complete the program. There is a semester internship (COOP) in the last semester.

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