MSc in Industrial Engineering
Due to increasing dependency on natural resources at today’s technological and industrial developments, utilizing the scarce resources has become one to the most critical areas of research. Given these constantly evolving business and working conditions, industrial engineers excel in areas such as management of scarce resources, development of alternative production policies and coordination of interdisciplinary projects. Industrial Engineering is a branch of engineering that involves human, machines, materials and similar elements and develops the system, model and method to analyze, plan, organize, monitor and improve manufacturing and service systems.
Basic research areas are production planning and inventory control, manufacturing automation, manufacturing systems design and analysis, cost management, operations research, decision analysis, quality management, and human factors engineering.
All courses are taught in English.
Completion of a graduate thesis is required for graduation.
Why Industrial Engineering Graduate Program of KHAS?
Our graduates have the skills to solve industrial engineering problems in both production and service systems using science and engineering principles, and to determine, identify, analyze and solve complex problems that arise during the operation of industrial and service systems. Additionally, due to future changing conditions, students are taught to follow scientific and technological innovations and renew themselves.
Information on the Institution
Department of Industrial Engineering was established in 2003 under the Faculty of Engineering which later evolved to the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences. The first students to the Graduate Program in Industrial Engineering under the Graduate School of Science and Engineering were accepted in the Academic Year of 2009-2010 and the first M.S. degrees were awarded in 2011.
Qualification Awarded / Level of Qualification
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be awarded with Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (The Qualifications Frameworks in the European Higher Education Area (QF-EHEA): Level 2, European Qualifications Framework (EQF): Level 7)
The applicants of the program are required to hold a B.S. degree in Engineering and to have scored at least 55 in the quantitative section of Academic Personnel and Graduate Education Entrance Examination (ALES) and 50 in the Interuniversity Council Language Examination. ALES score requirement is not applicable to international students. International language examination (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) scores are acceptable for all applicants according to the equivalencies as imposed by the regulations of the Higher Education Council.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Students may be exempted from some of the graduate courses they have succeded in a previously attended program, if they have not been counted towards a degree already, in view of the Exemption Regulations of Kadir Has University.
Students are required to successfully complete the curriculum accepted by the Senate corresponding to 120 ECTS credits in total; that is, coursework with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.50/4.00 and an M.S. thesis.
Definition of the Program
Industrial Engineering is an engineering discipline based on preventing and solving problems in the systems, using existing and developed models and methods, consisting of the elements such as; people, machine, material, of public and industrial sectors in order to analyze, plan, organize, manage, investigate and improve. That is why that the Industrial Engineering Graduate Program is formed for students to gain a deep of needed knowledge and capability in order to design and analyze production and service organizations. This program will teach the theoretical and application sides of industrial engineering and operation research at an advanced level. Basic research topics, such as: advanced production planning and control, engineering optimization and applications, advanced issues in quality control and so on.
1- Ability to reach knowledge deeply and widely and to evaluate, interpret and apply it, by doing research in industrial engineering
2- Comprehensive knowledge in contemporary techniques and methods in industrial engineering and their constraints
3- Ability to integrate and apply knowledge using scientific methods on uncertain, limited or incomplete data; ability to use knowledge from different disciplines
4- Awareness of new and emerging applications in industrial engineering, ability to analyze and learn them whenever necessary
5- Ability to identify and formulate problems related to industrial engineering, to develop methods for their solutions and to use innovative techniques in the solutions
6- Ability to develop original ideas and methods, to design complex systems or processes and to present innovative/alternative solutions in these designs
7- Ability to design and apply theoretical, experimental and model-based research; ability to interpret and analyze complex problems in such processes
8- Ability to work in and lead single- or multi-disciplinary teams and to develop solution approaches for complexities; ability to work and take responsibilities independently
9- Ability to communicate in written and oral English at level B2 of European Language Portfolio
10- Ability to communicate the progress and results of her/his studies openly and systematically in the national and international circles of the same or other disciplines
11- Knowledge about the social, environmental, health, security, and legal aspects of engineering applications, project management and industrial applications and, awareness of limitations brought by them on engineering applications
12- Ability to observe social, scientific and ethical values in collecting, interpreting and disseminating data and all other professional activities
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
Graduates have job opportunities in both service and production sectors in the following areas; operation research, production planning and control, quality control and/or management, ergonomics, facility design and plant layout, system analysis.
Access to Further Studies
Upon successful completion of the graduate program, candidates can apply to doctoral programs.
Course and Instructor Evaluation Questionnaire, Graduation Questionnaire, Satisfaction Questionnaire.
Exchange programs with various North American, European and Asian universities and ERASMUS (13 universities in nine countries) programs.
With thesis – 2 years, without thesis – 1 year
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Last updated June 28, 2018