Program Description

The Manufacturing Engineering Program deals with integrated science and technologies to develop and improve innovative products and manufacturing processes. This interdisciplinary program integrates fundamental science and knowledge from Mechanical, Industrial, Production, and Materials Engineering to research, design and develop manufacturing systems, processes, machines, tools, and equipment. The Manufacturing Engineering program focuses on advanced manufacturing technologies. The research areas include manufacturing processes and equipment, computer-aided design and manufacturing, integrated manufacturing systems, additive manufacturing (3D printing), biomanufacturing, nano-micro manufacturing, composite and polymer manufacturing, and manufacturing and technology strategies with special emphasis on industrial applications.

Program objectives

The MFE Program started in 2016. Within the scope of curriculum, courses and research projects are carried out in the context of industrial design and production. The main feature that distinguishes this program from existing programs is that it has a goal for the design and production of the parts needed in the industry. The courses include composite design, solid mechanics, composite production methods, geometry, mechanics and dynamics of machining processes. Within the limits of the laboratory infrastructure that the MFE program uses, Production Manufacturing Lab and Composite Technologies Center of Excellence have infrastructures for subjects such as CNC machining systems, robotic manufacturing, surface measurement, geometry measurement, high performance calculation system for design processes, composite production methods.

Qualification Awarded

The Master 's Degree in Manufacturing Engineering (second cycle in Manufacturing Engineering) is awarded to the graduates who have successfully completed all courses in the curriculum.

Level of Qualification:

Second Cycle

Specific Admission Requirements

The general requirements explained in “Quotas and Admissions” of Instruction Letter For Sabancı Unıversity Graduate Programs for admission of students.

Qualification Requirements and Regulations

Students must obtain a grade point average of at least 3.00 out of 4.00 and successfully pass all courses on the programme.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Exemptness from the courses which are included in transfer and student exchange programs are regulated by the related articles in Information on the Instruction Letter For Sabancı Unıversity Graduate. At Sabancı University, apart from formal education institutions, there is no recognition process for informal-based or experience-based (in-formal and non-formal) learning.

Program outcomes

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Access to Further Studies

The general requirements explained in “Quotas and Admissions” of Information on the Instruction Letter For Sabancı Unıversity Graduate Programs for acceptance of the students to be taken to the graduate programs.

Exam Regulations and Assessment & Grading

The evaluation and grading of each course is included in “Examinations & Academic Assessment and Grades” of Information on the Instruction Letter For Sabancı Unıversity Graduate for admission of students.

Graduation Requirements

Graduation requirements are explained in the Instruction Letter For Sabancı Unıversity Graduate for admission of students.

Mode of Study

Full-Time

Program Director

L.Taner Tunç - L.Taner Tunç