Materials Science and Engineering is an interdisciplinary field that is closely related to diverse disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, or chemical and mechanical engineering and mechanics. Materials Science and Engineering (MAT) aims at furnishing its students with the theoretical and practical skills necessary for the understanding, design, and application of advanced technology materials.
Industrial production based on polymers in particular can be low-cost, and not consume a large amount of space or energy --making this an attractive field for small-scale venture capital undertakings. More generally, and as a result of the interdisciplinary nature and flexibility of the MAT program, its graduates are likely to enjoy job opportunities ranging from basic and applied research in the physical,chemical, or biological sciences to industries concentrating on advanced technological materials.
$17000Start date September 2015 Credits (ECTS) 240 ECTS
SUMMARY OF DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: Min. Credits, Min. Courses
Which consist of 18 courses and 46 credits must be completed. (Two HUM coded courses are required.)Course Name Credit Faculty MJC 100 Majors: Informative Course 0 FASS CIP 101 Civic Involvement Projects I 0 CIAD ENG 101 Freshman English I 3 FDY MATH 101 Calculus I 3 FENS NS 101 Science of Nature I 4 FENS SPS 101 Humanity and Society I 3 FASS TLL 101 Turkish Language and Literature I 2 FDY ENG 102 Freshman English II 3 FDY MATH 102 Calculus II 3 FENS NS 102 Science of Nature II 4 FENS PROJ 102 Project Course 3 FENS SPS 102 Humanity and Society II 3 FASS TLL 102 Turkish Language and Literature II 2 FDY HIST 191 Principles of Atatürk and the History of the Turkish Revolution I 2 FASS HIST 192 Principles of Atatürk and the History of the Turkish Revolution II 2 FASS HUM 201 Major Works of Literature - Myths and Archetypes 3 FASS HUM 202 Major Works of Western Art 3 FASS HUM 203 Major Works of Ottoman Culture 3 FASS HUM 204 Major Works of Classical Music 3 FASS HUM 205 Major Works of the Cinema 3 FASS HUM 206 Major Works of Drama 3 FASS HUM 211 Major Works of Literature - The Fantastic 3 FASS HUM 212 Major Works of Modern Art 3 FASS HUM 214 Major Works of the Opera 3 FASS HUM 221 Major Works of Literature: The Classical Novel 3 FASS HUM 222 Major Works in Architecture 3 FASS HUM 224 Major Works of 20th Century Music 3 FASS HUM 231 Major Works in Poetry 3 FASS HUM 232 Major Works of Eastern Art 3 FASS HUM 241 Major Works in Short Fiction 3 FASS HUM 251 Major Works in Literature : Love 3 FASS SPS 303 Law and Ethics 3 FASS
Required CoursesCourse Name Credit Faculty * ENS 202 Thermodynamics 3 FENS ENS 491 Graduation Project (Design) 1 FENS ENS 492 Graduation Project (Implementation) 3 FENS MAT 204 Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Materials 3 FENS PROJ 302 Summer Project 0 FENS
Minimum 45 credits from the pool belowCourse Name Credit Faculty * BIO 321 Biochemistry I 4 FENS * CS 201 Introduction to Computing 3 FENS EL 204 Semiconductor Physics and Devices 3 FENS EL 304 Modeling of Semiconductor Devices 3 FENS EL 407 Microelectronic Fabrication 3 FENS * ENS 203 Electronic Circuits I 4 FENS * ENS 204 Mechanics 3 FENS * ENS 205 Introduction to Materials Science I 3 FENS * ENS 206 Systems Modeling and Control 3 FENS * MATH 201 Linear Algebra 3 FENS * MATH 202 Differential Equations 3 FENS * MATH 203 Introduction to Probability 3 FENS MAT 202 Kinetics 4 FENS MAT 302 Polymer Synthesis 4 FENS MAT 305 Polymer Engineering I 3 FENS MAT 306 Computational Techniques for Materials Science 3 FENS MAT 307 Composite Materials 3 FENS MAT 308 Phase Equilibria 3 FENS MAT 309 Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing 3 FENS MAT 312 Materials Characterization 4 FENS MAT 401 Surface Chemistry 3 FENS MAT 404 Polymer Physics 3 FENS MAT 406 Introduction to Nanoscience 3 FENS MAT 408 Introduction to Ceramics 3 FENS MAT 416 Biomaterials Science and Biocompatibility 3 FENS ME 309 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 FENS * NS 207 Organic Chemistry 4 FENS PHYS 302 Solid State Physics 3 FENS * PHYS 303 Quantum Mechanics I 3 FENS PHYS 401 Classical Mechanics 3 FENS
Minimum 15 credits of courses offered by FENS (including Core Electives Courses; excluding University Courses)
Minimum 9 credits of courses offered by FASS & SOM (excluding "University Courses")
In line with the conditions stated by the Faculties, a total of at least 5 courses should be completed from FENS Faculty Courses and/or FASS Faculty Courses. At least 2 of these courses must be MATH coded. In addition, at least 3 of these courses must be from the pool of FENS Faculty Courses. These courses may have been taken while fulfilling the other degree requirements for the program.
* Faculty Courses
**Courses in more than one areas are listed in the area according to order of appearence in Summary of Degree Requirements list. That is, if a course is both area elective and core elective,then it is listed in core elective courses list.
***Graduate courses are not listed in undergraduate area requirements even if they are among them.
****Since graduation requirements may change dependent to the enrollment year to the University, we advise our students who enrolled at SU in previous years and still continue their education, to track their graduation requirements completion via Information System - Degree Evaluation.
Students hold the nationality of a county other than Turkey, can make applications to undergraduate programs.
Applicants on condition that they are either in the last year of their secondary education or have completed it.
Applications of the below-mentioned individuals cannot be accepted.
Required Standardized Tests and Scores (any of the following):
YOS: 40 on Basic Learning Skills; results not older than 2 years (organized by Student Selection and Placement Center-OSYM Please find below detailed information about YOS)
SAT I: 1000 total, 600 in the Mathematics ,results not older than 2 years.
GCE; 2"A Level" on subjects relevant to the applicant's chosen program
ACT: Math, Science reasoning and total 21
IB: 28 diploma grade from International Baccalaureate
Abitur: 1-4 diploma grade from Abitur (General German High School)
Tawjihi; 80 GPA in Scientific Stream from Tawjihi exams (organized in Jordan, Palestine)
Baccalaureate Libanais; 65 from 100(13 from 20) diploma grade in Scientific Stream, Baccalaureate Libanais (organized in Lebanon)
Senegal Baccalaureate: 12 from 20 diploma grade in the exam component relevant to the applicant's chosen program
French Baccalaureate:10 diploma grade from French Baccalaureate Matura2 diploma grade from Matura
Al-Shahada Al Thanawiya: 195 from 240 in the exam component relevant to the applicant's chosen program in Scientific Stream,
185 from 240 in Social Stream (Soc/Art Stream) for Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences.
Al-Shahada Al Thanawiya-Al-Amma: 180 from 240 in the exam component relevant to the applicant's chosen program in Scientific Stream, For other programs; A score of 170 from Scientific and Literary Streams
Diplome Debirestan and Pishdaneshgahi: Minimum diploma grade point average (Diplome Debirestan) and graduation score (Pisdanesgahi) of 17 out of 20
Kazakhstan National University Test Minimum of 90 out of 120
Gaoka: 500 score in the exam component relevant to the applicant's chosen program, University Entrance Exam (organized in the Republic of China), results not older than 2 years.
International Science Olympiads: Recipient of a gold, silver, or bronze medal in the international science olympics recognized by The Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK)
No work experience is required.
"The Academic Excellence Scholarship can provide up to a 50 % reduction in tuition per semester. These scholarships will be renewed if the student maintains superior academic performance during each semester of their 3-year Bachelor programme. The scholarship will be directly applied to the student’s tuition fees."
Scholarships for students who are already attending the University of Reading.
The University of Amsterdam aims to attract the world’s brightest students to its international classrooms. Outstanding students from outside the European Economic Area can apply for an Amsterdam Merit Scholarship.
* The scholarships shown on this page are suggestions first and foremost. They could be offered by other organisations than Sabanci University.
There is always a possibility of earning scholarships for international students in Sabanci University. However we have to remind you that there are limited numbers of scholarships in all levels and competition is very keen. Also it is not based on financial aid or citizenship but academic merit! Just after you complete your application our scholarships committee will evaluate your application and respond you back. Additionally please note that there is a chance to request scholarships when you complete at least two semesters in SU with outstanding grades.
The higher scores from the required exams and the higher GPA scores students possess, the higher amounts of scholarships you may get while you are being admitted to the Sabanci University. Once you are granted a scholarship during the admittance, it goes on for your whole education unless you fail to meet the criteria of the scholarship.
While filling out the application form, you can fill in the related area to apply for scholarship.
Please see the scholarship opportunities:
Full Annual Tuition (2013-14)$16,000;