Computer Engineering Master's and Doctorate programs were made available by the Council of Higher Education decision numbered 75850160-104.01.04.01/82798, which was dated 24 October 2018. Student admission for the 2018-2019 academic year has begun in the spring semester. Furthermore, with the executive board's decision dated 20/07/2022, the Computer Engineering Master's Program without Thesis (E.L.) was opened. Student admission has begun for the 2022-2023 academic year's fall semester. At the master's and doctoral levels, the Department of Computer Engineering seeks to offer theoretical and applied computer engineering education that covers fundamental engineering science concepts. In this regard, we care about a curriculum of education in our country and around the world that follows up-to-date science and technology in software and computing, parallel to technological developments, so as to meet the needs of the industry and equip students with the most recent technological developments. There are Master's with thesis Doctorate programs in the Department of Computer Engineering. The department's educational activities are continued by 4 Professors, 2 Associate Professors, and 9 assistant professors.