The graduates of the civil engineering program of TEDU should solve civil engineering problems within a greater societal context. They will have professional and ethical conduct and be able to apply knowledge, strong reasoning, and quantitative skills to design and implement creative and sustainable solutions. They should engage in lifelong learning in order to meet the forthcoming challenges facing the profession. Last but not the least, our graduates will exhibit strong communication, interpersonal, and resource-management skills as future leaders in the civil engineering profession. The first year of the undergraduate program is common to all engineering disciplines. The studies on mechanics, materials and applied mathematics begin in the second year. The third-year aims at building the basic theoretical background in major sub-disciplines of civil engineering. These include geotechnical engineering (behavior of soils, design of foundations), structural engineering (analysis and design of reinforced concrete and steel structures), hydraulics engineering (flow of water in pipes, open channels, water resources) and the general systems approach to engineering problems. The students are also exposed to construction engineering and management concepts at the introductory level in the third year. The senior civil engineering students will have a flexible curriculum. They will be offered mainly a variety of elective courses on planning and design of complex civil engineering systems.
About the School
TED University (TEDU) is a young, dynamic university, located in the heart of Ankara. It was founded in 2012 by the Turkish Education Association (TED), which has been pioneering the development of ed ... Read More