As the Head of Electronics and Communications Engineering Department (ECED) at Dogus University, I welcome you to our Web site and thank you for visiting us. By educational standards our university and our department are rather young. However, our dedicated faculty bring world-class teaching and research experience to enthusiastic and energetic students. We are confident that in a short period of time, ECED will become one of the leading departments in its field, educate young students who will contribute to their subject area, and produce leading studies that will inspire engineers all over the globe.
We hope that you find our Web site informative and educational and that you will contact us for any information we might have omitted for the sake of brevity.
May all your circuits work as desired.
Dr. Cem Goknar, Head of ECED
Without any doubt, Electrical Engineering (EE) programs are the most dynamical programs among all university curricula and as a profession EE continues to be the number one of this century. Moreover, students graduating from EE departments are very versatile and adapt easily to changing environments, new subjects, and recent developments. The Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE) program at Dogus University is tailored to satisfy the needs of such a wide spectrum.
Of the 138 credits required for graduation, 18 (13%) credits are allotted to Basic Science courses, 13 (9%) to Engineering Sciences, 44 (32%) to ECE Sciences, 36 (26%) to ECE Design and Application (including the Graduation Project), 27 (20%) to courses with social content; of these 15 (15%) credits are for technical elective courses.
Any ECE undergraduate curriculum includes 3 main disciplines: communications, electronics, and signal processing; almost equal emphasis is placed on these disciplines as they are essential subjects for any EC engineer. At Dogus this pattern is followed with 24 credits related to Electronics, 23 to Communications and 18 to Signal Processing. A student wishing to specialize in one of these disciplines may do so by choosing one of the available tracks.
Another must for an engineering program is the abundance of hands-on experience, which is fulfilled at Dogus with a minimum of 210 hours laboratory work and 12 weeks of summer training in the course of eight semesters. Educational laboratories consist of three groups: Analog, Digital and for R&D where students work on their graduation or industrial projects. Recently Dogus Electronic Design DELTA Lab, equipped with MENTOR software has been added to the spectrum for implementing and prototype manufacturing of advanced microelectronic circuits developed in the research undertakings of ECED staff.
Four years (plus one if English Language School has to be attended) of hard studying and heavy workload is not without rewards. Remember that “what you get is what you give” and read the below list to see what the future has in store for you. A very wide spectrum of job opportunities ranging from:
all in a variety of institutions like:
will be available at your doorsteps, not to forget that you can create your own company like…
After your graduation from the ECE Department at Dogus University you will be equipped with tools and knowledge to become an INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL.
go through ECED webpages and compare its
course content, program, faculty members and their publications with those
of any other university to form your own opinion and to see the validity
of our claims of quality.
Our GOAL is to graduate students who have:
in the fields of Electronics and Communications.
(New) Cagatay Uluisik has been elected as an IEEE Senior Member
Cem Göknar has been invited to be an Editor on International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications,
Most desired profession
Of the top 100 students
Sabah, 21 August 2005