Bachelor in Computer Technology and Information Systems

General

Program Description

The Department of Computer Technology and Information Systems has designed its curriculum to equip students with hands-on experience as well as the knowledge and background gained from a software-concentrated education. Graduates enter the employment market with strong skills in technology, analytics, communication, and business. The program follows an applied approach and requires weekly laboratory hours, which constitute almost one-third of total credit hours. Internship programs and a semester-long industrial training project further enhance the curriculum.

Why Study at Bilkent University
Bilkent University was founded to provide an environment for learning and intellectual growth encompassing the sciences, technology, humanities and the arts.

Bilkent offers a stimulating learning environment and a colorful social atmosphere. Its extensive campus provides a comfortable base for academic studies and extracurricular involvement while having the advantages of being close to a thriving metropolis. Students can commute to campus via the free shuttle system.

Bilkent University has recently been ranked 54th in the 2018 Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University Rankings. According to I.S.I. Citation Indexes, Bilkent continues to rank high in Turkey in a number of published papers per faculty member and ranks high internationally.

Last updated October 2019

About the School

Bilkent University is recognized and ranked world wide as the premier institution of higher education in Turkey. Bilkent University - the first private, nonprofit university in Turkey - was founded on ... Read More

Bilkent University is recognized and ranked world wide as the premier institution of higher education in Turkey. Bilkent University - the first private, nonprofit university in Turkey - was founded on October 20, 1984, by Professor ?hsan Do?ramac?, M.D., with the fundamental aim of creating a center of excellence in higher education and research. The name "Bilkent" exemplifies this aim, since it is an acronym of "bilim kenti": Turkish for "city of learning and science." Located in the country's capital city Ankara, a vibrant metropolis of 4.5 million, the university serves a hub of academic, social, and cultural activity. Read less