Head of Department : Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayhan UYAROĞLU

Erasmus Coordinator : Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayhan UYAROĞLU

Farabi Coordinator : Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayhan UYAROĞLU

Mevlana Coordinator : Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayhan UYAROĞLU

ECTS Coordinator : Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayhan UYAROĞLU

Bologna Coordinator :

About :

The department was opened in 2017-2018 Academic Year and currently operates with 3 faculty members with the title of PhD.

Vision :

We want the department to be: Based on the ever-changing global standards and local industrial requirements, providing students with quality education, skills and qualifications, Developing educational pathways for students to maximize their career preferences, Constantly developing, pioneering and innovative.

Mission :

To have the habit of constantly learning students, entrepreneur, team work, capable of producing solutions, researching, gaining the ability of analysis and synthesis, to technological developments, professional technical education with the required knowledge, skills and technological equipment to train as technical staff, national and international standards The aim of this course is to train qualified technical staff who have knowledge and skills in line with the needs of production and after-sales services and who are motivated to follow the developing technologies, have professional-moral values, build bridges between engineers and workers. 

Purpose :

To be able to express oneself, have enough dexterity for auto-engine repair, have sufficient computer and technological knowledge, to educate individuals who are to learning and application of innovations.

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Definition of Program :

According to the reports of the T.C. Ministry of Economy, General Directorate of Exports in 2016, the Automotive Main and Sub-industry Sector is one of the sectors that are rapidly developing, applying new technologies, and creating employment and stimulating the economy. Automotive and supply industry, today Turkey is one of the leading sectors of the manufacturing industry. The automobile main and sub-industry also constitute the infrastructure of the defense industry and shipbuilding industry. Today, Turkey is the largest light commercial vehicle and bus manufacturers in Europe and the export sector performed according to the data rate for 2015 is about 15% of total exports. It is estimated that approximately 250,000 people are employed in the automotive industry, 50,000 in the main industry, and 200,000 in the supplier industry, and this number is estimated to be 400,000 people, including employees in distribution, marketing and sales networks. vehicles began in the mid-1950s, the industrial production in Turkey, in recent years, Japanese and South Korean car makers have launched a joint venture in Turkey. In the car, major Turkish automotive manufacturers are moving towards becoming the world production center of Western automotive manufacturers, where they produce under license. Today, 13 companies produce various vehicles such as passenger cars, buses, trucks, vans, minibuses and midibuses. Passenger Cars Producers: Renault, Tofaş (Fiat), Toyota, Hyundai, Honda. Trucks and Pick-Up Trucks: Anadolu Isuzu, BMC, Hyundai, Karsan, M.A.N., Mercedes-Benz, Ford Otosan, Otokar, Temsa, Tofas. Bus and Minibus Producers: Isuzu, BMC, Karsan, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, Otokar, Ford Otosan, Temsa, M.A.N. Tractors and Construction Machinery Producers: Başak Tractor, Erkunt Tractor, Hattat Agricultural Machinery, Tumosan Motor and Tractor Marketing, Turkish Tractor, Uzel Tractor, Motosan, Yagmur, Ertugrullar, Karacabay The main supplier of technical and economic support show significant potential in the field. In the sub-industry, the weight of EU firms is even higher. There are approximately 200 foreign companies operating in the subsidiary industry by establishing licenses and joint investments. automotive industry in Turkey has developed rapidly as a result of developments in the automotive industry. 5,000 sub-industry companies in Turkey. The automotive supplier industry has reached a level of at least 85% of the spare parts required for the vehicles manufactured in our country in terms of product production capacity, product variety and the standards reached. Turkey Statistical Institute (TSI), according to the number of vehicles in Turkey is increasing every year. The number of cars per person, while in Turkey about 240 according to the 2015 data is more than 500 in Europe. existing car factories in Turkey, competition between car companies, studies in the domestic automobile development, means an increase in sales and service number to new areas of employment and vocational-technical education needs have received qualified-knowledgeable staff is increasing day by day. The automotive sector needs technical personnel who can use the technology with foreign language skills, mechanical, electrical and electronic knowledge and skills as well as repair and fault prediction technology. 

Admission and Registration Requirements :

The following conditions are required for registration to the units affiliated to Selcuk University:

1) To be a high school or high school equivalent of vocational school.

2) In the academic year, to gain the right of registration according to the provisions of Selçuk University units or Selcuk University Foreign Student Acceptance Directive,

3) To bring the documents stated in the OSYM guide

4) The original or University approved copy of the required documents is accepted. With regard to the military status and the criminal record, the transaction is made based on the candidates statement. Candidates who are eligible to register to the university must apply for registration in person or through e-government system. However, candidates who cannot apply due to their excuses may register by means of a person who has a power of attorney or their legal representatives.

Recognition of Previous Education :

Recognition of previous formal (formal) learning in Turkish Higher Education Institutions vertical, horizontal and university transitions within the university it is performed.

Graduation Requirements :

In order to graduate from Department of Motor Vehicles and Transportation Technologies, it is needed that the students should be successful in all the compulsory and elective courses (total 120 ECTS) which they should take and complete 30 work days of their compulsory internship and their general weighted course average has to be at least 2.00 at the end of each year. Students are given education for 2 years (4 semesters) in this programme. 

Our graduates receive the title of TECHNICER under Article 43/b of the Law No. 2547 (amended by Law No. 2880).

Assessment and Evaluation Regulations :

Selcuk University Associate Degree and Undergraduate Education and Examination Regulations are applied. 

Employment Oppurtunities :

The graduates of the department can get job opportunities by entering the work life:

* In the production and assembly facilities of automobile, truck, bus, agricultural and construction machinery,

* Vehicle service, maintenance and sales centers,

* Vehicle spare parts production facilities and commercial establishments,

* Vehicle sub-industry firms,

* R&D companies and departments related to automotive

* Service management, sales group leadership, spare parts, service workshop management, personnel training can take responsibility and duty in many areas.

Access to Further Studies :

The students graduating from the department can make vertical transfer (Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS) conducted by OSYM) to the university undergraduate programmes of the Ship Construction and Marine Engineering, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Airframe-Motor, Aircraft Body-Engine Maintenance degree programs and Open Education undergraduate programs. 



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