MÜHENDİSLİK YÖNETİMİ YÜKSEK LİSANS PROGRAMI
Mühendislik Yönetimi, Endüstri Mühendisliği ve İşletme alanlarındaki bilgi, teknik ve becerilerin birleştirilmesi ile oluşturulmuş, çevre, kalite ve etik değerleri de dikkate alan ve organizasyonların hedeflenen amaçlara ulaşabilmesi için insan, makine, para, zaman, bilgi ve enerji kaynaklı sistemlerin tasarlanması, üretilmesi, yönetilmesi ve sürekli iyileştirilmesi için gerekli yaklaşımları ve yöntemleri öğretmeyi amaçlayan bir eğitim programıdır.
Mühendislik Yönetimi Programı, değişik mühendislik, fen ve işletme bilimleri disiplinlerinden gelen öğrencileri modern ve rekabetçi yönetim bilgi, yaklaşım ve teknikleri ile donanmış yöneticiler olarak yetiştirmeyi yeğler.
Programın Dili : İngilizce
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Review of the relational data model; DBMS architectures; data dependencies; extensive coverage of SQL and QBE; data dictionaries; physical database design, introduction to distributed databases.
QUALITY PLANNING AND ENGINEERING
Total quality control, concepts and tools, relations, systematic, matrix, arrow diagrams, matrix data analysis, KJ method and process decision.
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
The course aims to provide information systems’ development techniques including requirement analysis, design and implementation issues, and computer-aiaded system tools. The course is case-study oriented and students are encouraged to carry out small-size real life projects.
SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Various special topics in engineering management will be covered in the course.
This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge for preparing a research project developing the skills to evaluate research projects submitted to management by different departments of a firm. In this framework, students will learn about different research methods, the stages of a research project, data collection tools and their evaluation and apply this knowledge to a research project developed by themselves.
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES/BANK CREDIT RELATIONS
Starting from the financial needs of the business enterprises, definition of the laterneative sources of funds with special emphasis on the bank loans, as well determining the banks’ approach and practice to lending are the subjects of this course.
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
Total manufacturing system, manufacturing strategy design, BOM, routing, work centers, production and resource planning, master scheduling, MRP and capacity management.
CURRENT TOPICS IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Various current topics in engineering management will be covered in the course.
BUSINESS PROCESS RE-ENGINEERING
Introduction to BPR, definition of BPR, why re-engineer?, BPR as a change process, the value chain, some BPR case examples, role of information technology in BPR, the BPR methodology and stages, tools and techniques, BPR change management, institutionalizing the change, achieving business re-engineering, organizing impacts, strategies for process improvement, BPR costs and benefits.
BUSINESS SOCIETY AND GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
Ethics and society; structure of Turkish society; traditions, rules and regulations; operational issues; modern thinking; structures of government establishments (KIT); strikes, unions, legal rights of inhabitants; monopoly, oligopoly; capitalism, socialism; operations of firms in Turkey; limited, partnership, venture capital, learning time value; technology and industrial structure of Turkey.
R&D strategies and structures, management of creativity, R&D project process management of R&D personnel.
Transportation systems; transportation planning; economy and resource use; financing highways and public transportation; driver, vehicle, traffic, and road characteristics; traffic engineering; legal problems in transportation; design problems; maintenance operations.
VALUE ENGINEERING&CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Understanding of Value Engineering and Reengineering concepts, Value Engineering Processes, Reorganization and Integration of Factors for production and services, There is always a better approach, Evaluation of Engineering and Management Functions, Value Research, Creativity, Job plans in Value Engineering; Value Engineering in Design, manufacturing, procurement, cost, indirect labor and motivation; Tools of Value Engineering; software’s of value engineering. A course project will supplement the lecture materials.
TECHNIQUES,ECONOMICS AND ORGANISATION OF SAFETY
Fire, explosion and fire protection. Natural disasters and safety. Risk analyses. Urgent intervention plan. Organisation of safety group. Workplace health regulations. Education, training and organisation of first aid. Ergonomics in industry and offices. Workplace accidents. Protective material for employees. Industrial hygiene. First aid. Standards concerning work safety and employee health. Responsible care, total quality and work safety. Interaction between workplace safety, employees health, public health and environmental protection. Ethics and legal responsibilities of engineers concerning work safety. Governmental, public and nongovernmental organisations concerning work safety. Safety engineering economics.
ENGINEERING FOR A SUSTAINABLE BIOSPHERE
Ecological foundations and humans as an ecological factor. The history of resource consumptions by humans. Depletion and pollution of Earth’s resources. Possible contributions of engineers toward sustainable technologies and a sustainable biosphere by recycling and utilization of residues and used products- reducing the consumption of resources and energy. Reducing the amount of potential pollutants at source. Life Cycle Analysis and application.
DATA MINING TECHNIQUES
Data mining techniques and tools. Combinations with statistics, computer science and artificial intelligence research. Applications.
Basic Cost Management Concepts, Activity Based-Costing, Strategic Cost Management, Balanced Scorecard, Quality Costing, Environmental Cost Management, Capital Investment Decisions, Cost Management Case Studies.
The objective of the course is to help students understand the characteristics of linear programming, integer programming and network flow problems, as well as non linear models.The course also focuses on the mathematical principles underlying the simplex method.The students model verbal problems in GAMS language and solve them.
ADVANCED PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL
The introduction covers the definition and classification of production systems and the levels of decisions taken to manage production. Next, decision problems which are included in strategic planning, i.e., product and facility design, single and multi-facility location problems, are discussed, and solution techniques are introduced. Finally, aggregate planning models used in tactical planning are discussed along with inventory management models, including EQS models, models with probabilistic and/or deterministic but varying demand, periodic and continuous review systems and their suitability to various environments.
COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
An introduction to computer-integrated design and manufacturing with a focus on manufacturing process planning. Emphasis on concurrent engineering principles, manufacturing process engineering, computer-aided process planning, NC programming, and CAD/CAM integration. Course provides experience with CAD/CAM software and NC machines.
FORECASTING AND TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
Demand Patterns and Filtering, Horizontal Models, Trend Models, Quadratic Models, Regression, Discounting, Adaptive Smoothing, Seasonal Models, Adaptive Control Models, Box-Jenkins Models, Special Techniques in Forecasting.
The Investment Background, Introduction to Portfolio Management and Asset Pricing Models, An Introduction to Basic Principles of Financial Asset Management, Determination of Investment Objectives, Constraints, and Portfolio Policies, Valuation Principles, Practices and Expectations for Capital Markets, Integrating Expectational Factors and Portfolio Policies and Constructing Portfolios, Portfolio Management of Fixed-income and Equity Portfolios, Emerging Markets.
This elective course integrating in the context of a total enterprise, aims at providing the attendants with comprehensive and analyzing skill and knowledge, diagnosing and dealing with the specific or general policy and strategy situations, from the top management standpoint. Mission and objectives, strategists, the organization and environment, internal analysis and diagnosis, strategy alternatives, strategic choices, implementation of the strategies are some of the main topics to be covered during the course.
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
The development of information systems in an organization with respect to operational and decision making processes at all organizational and management levels is the main issue of this course. This course is case-study oriented. Structure of an MIS, survey of information technology, organizational structure and management concepts, information-based support systems for planning, control and decision making, developing a long-range information systems plan, strategies for determination of information requirements, database requirements, user interface requirements, developing and implementing application systems, quality assurance and evaluation of information systems.
Different branches of law; sources of law; the concept of system of law; the Turkish law system; law of persons; law of organizations; family law; law of inheritance; law of propriety; the law of obligation and sources; the Roman Law; the French Law; the German Law of contracts; obligations; illegal acts.
Design of expert knowledge bases: choice of appropriate representation, knowledge base structure, connection with databases. Knowledge acquisition: possible knowledge sources, logical analysis and formalization, consistency and adequate checking, rule-based systems, evaluation of knowledge engineering environments and languages.
FOREIGN EXPANSION AND TRADE TECHNIQUES
Being a natural requirement or extension of the domestic growth and development process, foreign expansion is to be defined while determining its dimensions and planned as a strategic activity, also indicating the characteristics and contributions of the foreign trade techniques necessary for its implementation. Methodical thinking and analytical decision-making, consensus and group/team work, behavioral styles and profiles, social foundations of marketing, domestic evolution and foreign expansion-foreign trade strategy, Japan; example of successful foreign expansion, analysis of the foreign environment, major foreign trade techniques, incoterms and payment terms.
DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKS
Basics of data transmission, data communication services (SMDS, X.25, FR, ISDN, ATM, BISDN), definition uses classification and topologies of computer networks, multiple access methods, layered network structure. OSI and TCP/IP reference models, example networks, network standardization, physical layer, types of transmission medium, RS-‘^’, RS-++), X.21, ISDN and V.35, interfaces, functions of data link layer, framing, flow control, error control, HDLC, SLIP and PPP Protocols, medium access control (MAC) sublayer, repeaters, bridges, LAN switches, routers, layer-3 seitches and gateways, routing algorithms
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Old and new functions of human resource management, profile of human resource manager, main activity fields of human resource management, supplying human resource interviews while looking for employees for new job opportunities, how to make an interview, evaluation of an interview, in 2000’s human resource management and its profile.
INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
This course is designed to help the students understand the key information technology (IT) issues facing senior leaders in the next decade. It is relevant both for those responsible for managing business units and for those managing the information systems functions in a company. It focuses on one of the major challenges of he coming decade- that of utilizing the new information technologies and the related explosion of information to enhance the competitive position of a company.
The contents of the course are elements of strategic (total) management, GM/CEO’s world and managerial ethics, corporate culture and social responsibility, concept of corporate strategy, corporate development and domestic evolution, competitor analysis, competitive portfolio analysis, diversification, foreign business and Japan as an example of strategic (total) management.
Management of technology, technological forecasting, technological assessments, technology transfer, concurrent engineering, management of new product development, management of engineering changes.
Understanding Marketing and the Marketing Process, Developing Marketing Opportunities and Strategies, Developing the Marketing Mix, Marketing Case Studies.
TECHNIQUES OF GASEOUS FUEL TECHNOLOGY
Physical properties of gases. Techniques for storage of natural gas and liquefiable gases. Natural gas distribution networks. Combustion. Flame temperature and velocity. Inflammability limits. Ignition temperature. Safety measures. Conversion of burners for different gaseous fuels. Energy economics in direct usage of gaseous fuels in industry. Feasibility of conversion to gaseous fuels. Difficulties of autonom utilisation of gaseous fuels in vehicles. Environmental advantages of convenient utilisations of gaseous fuels. Pricing calculations of gaseous fuels.
Introduction to Forecasting, Basic Forecasting Tools, Averaging Methods, Exponential Smoothing Methods, Regression Methods, The Box-Jenkins Methodology for ARIMA Models.
GAMES AND DECISION MAKING IN MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
Optimization Problem, Optimality Conditions, Decision Making under Uncertainty, Two-Person Matrix Games, Strategic form Games, Nash Equlibrium Strategy, Sequential Decisions, Graph and Trees, Single Person Decisions, Sequential Games with Perfect and Imperfect Information.
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FOR ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Basic Financial Statements, Cash Budget, Financial Statement Analysis Tools, Financial Forecasting, Break Even & Leverage Analysis, Valuation and Rates of Return.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Broad introduction to the numerical methods for problem solving in Engineering Management, topics include techniques, interpolation and approximation, direct and iterative solution of linear equation systems, numerical eigenvalue and eigenvector computations, numerical integration and differentiation, numerical solution of differential equations, data description and treatment regression analysis.
NETWORK THEORY AND PROJECT SCHEDULING
Network theory, graphs and their characteristics, transportation, assignment, shortest path, maximal flow, minimal cost network flow problems, theory and solutions, project scheduling, CPM/PERT, time cost trade-off, time resource trade-off problems, resource constrained project scheduling, combinatorial methods and heuristic.
SIMULATION MODELING OF PRODUCTION AND SERVICE SYSTEMS
Use of simulation in the analysis and design of systems involving continuous and discrete manufacturing processes; simulation planning of computer integrated manufacturing planning related to robotics, flexible, and integrated manufacturing systems. Analysis and design of service systems. Use of computer graphics combined with simulation analysis for manufacturing systems decision support.
FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
Advanced manufacturing systems concepts. Step by step design of flexible manufacturing systems; system elements - CNC machines, material handling systems, pallets-fixtures, other auxiliary equipment, computer control and communication networks; tool management systems in FMS; modeling of systems by simulation and network-of-queues. Economic justification of advanced manufacturing systems.