Students of Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program placed by the Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM) are required to complete a 153-credit course work to graduate from the program. These curriculum courses belong to any of the categories including Basic Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Humanity and Social Sciences, and Engineering Design. The courses in the Basic Sciences category are aimed at establishing a strong general engineering background in the fields of mathematics, physics, and chemistry, also at providing a broad vision of engineering profession as well. The courses that fall within Engineering Design category are prepared to introduce the fundamentals, basic principles and technologies of electrical engineering, aiming at providing students the abilities to use them in designing engineering systems and developing advanced technologies. The courses fall within Humanity and Social Sciences are carefully selected to make each student act as a productive member of the community with effective written and oral communication skills.
The theoretical courses in electrical engineering undergraduate education are supported by modern simulation and test laboratories. The simulation laboratories are equipped with a network of PC computers with internet connection. Test laboratories are equipped with up-to-date test sets providing students a wide variety of opportunities to practice their knowledge.
To ensure the quality of education of new graduates, the electrical engineering undergraduate program outcomes (a-l) are expected to be satisfied with a minimum success ratio of 70% within the frame of two-loop education development cycle. In addition, the new graduates have to have the knowledge and skills as required in ITU Electrical Engineering Program Criteria (1-4). Also, the expected skills and performance of graduates within few years after starting their professional career are defined in Electrical Engineering Program Educational Objectives (I-V). For continuous improvement of education quality, the program curriculum, infrastructure and other educational components are improved in quality and performance so as to compete with other equivalent programs worldwide.