Level and Duration of the Program: Undergraduate, 8 Semesters.

Management Engineering Department Mission 
The Department of Management Engineering is dedicated to imparting upon its students the necessary skills to effectively and sustainably manage businesses, improve business processes, and make informed decisions. Furthermore, the department aims to cultivate students’ ability to adapt to the ever-evolving demands of the business world and technological advancements. Ultimately, the goal is for graduate students to assume leadership roles in the business world, prioritize sustainability, and uphold ethical values.

Management Engineering Department Vision
The Department of Management Engineering aspires to achieve international recognition as a pioneering, socially responsible educational and research institution that actively engages with the business sector and fulfills its social obligations. The department endeavors to produce noteworthy contributions in both academia and industry while nurturing future leaders in the field of management engineering. Concurrently, the department is committed to advancing the applications of management engineering through constant monitoring of technological advancements, thereby fostering ongoing development in this area.

Program Purpose: The primary goal of a Management Engineering Program is to equip students with the requisite knowledge, abilities, and proficiencies required for successful leadership in the business sphere. The program seeks to impart students with the capacity to competently manage businesses, enhance business processes, cultivate decision-making process, and adapt to the fluctuating demands of the business environment.
1. Efficiency Increase: Teaching process improvement methods to increase the efficiency of businesses and reduce costs.
2. Cost Reduction: To improve their ability to analyze, solve, and decide on business problems.
3. Sustainability: Contributing to business management by considering sustainability and environmental factors.
4. Leadership and Management Abilities: To prepare students who want to pursue careers in leadership positions in the business world.
5. Problem Solving: Emphasizing ethical values and social responsibility to students.
6. Innovation and Technology: Encouraging the following current technological developments in the business world.

Program Outcomes:  The objective of Management Engineering is to equip individuals with the responsibility of ensuring the efficient functioning of systems within departments, such as informatics, human resources, marketing, sales, service, procurement, operations, shipping, and others, as well as the design and integration of new business systems with existing ones. The expected results for students upon completion of the Management Engineering program were as follows:
1. Business Knowledge: Students have a solid foundation in business areas, such as basic concepts of businesses, business processes, financial management, marketing strategies, and supply chain management.
2. Engineering Skills: The program teaches students how to apply engineering methods to solve business problems. It is particularly important to improve business processes, data analysis, and decision-making skills.
3. Communication Skills: Business engineers develop the ability to communicate effectively with different stakeholders. This includes skills such as report writing, presentations, and teamwork.
4. Sustainability Awareness: The program focuses on sustainable business practices and provides students with an awareness of environmental and social responsibility.
5. Problem-Solving Skills: Management engineering students gain the ability to analyze complex business problems and develop effective solutions.
6. Leadership Competencies: This program helps students develop their leadership potential and supports them in succeeding in business leadership positions.
7. Technology Usage Skills: Business engineers acquire the necessary software and hardware knowledge to meet the technological needs of businesses.
8. Ethical Values: The program encourages students to act ethically in the business world with an emphasis on ethical values and social responsibility.

Program Employment Areas: The scope of employment for management engineering graduates is extensive and encompasses a wide range of industries. These professionals are skilled in streamlining operations, enhancing productivity, and making strategic decisions. Some areas where management engineers can be employed include the following:
1. Production and Operations Management: They work on tasks such as managing production facilities, increasing efficiency, inventory control, and process improvement.
2. Logistics and Supply Chain Management: They work in the fields of material procurement, logistics planning, inventory management, and supply chain optimization.
3. Project Management: Management engineers can be involved in planning, monitoring, and managing large projects to ensure their success.
4. Quality Control: The Business engineers manage quality control processes to improve product and service quality.
5. Business Analytics and Data Management: They work in areas such as big data analytics, business intelligence, and data mining to analyze business data and extract business value from these data.
6. Strategic Management and Consulting: They contribute to the strategic planning of companies and provide consultancy to develop their business strategies.
7. Human Resources Management: They work to improve the human resources processes of businesses, create training programs, and contribute to workforce management.
8. Marketing and Sales Management: Business engineers can develop marketing strategies for products or services, optimize sales processes, and manage customer relationships.
9. Energy and Environmental Management: They contribute to energy efficiency and environmental sustainability projects by addressing sustainability issues.

Courses Process: Typically, management engineering courses encompass a range of fundamental business subjects, such as accounting, finance, production management, and operations research. The objective of these programs is to equip students with the ability to apply their analytical and engineering expertise to address business challenges.
1. Core Business Courses: Management engineering students typically take courses in core business subjects, such as accounting, finance, marketing, and business strategy.
2. Engineering Fundamentals: Courses such as basic engineering principles, mathematics, physics, and statistics play an important role in management engineering programs.
3. Production and Operations Management: Courses that include topics such as managing the production processes of enterprises, increasing efficiency, and quality control.
4. Supply Chain Management: Courses covering material flow, logistics, inventory management, and supply chain strategies.
5. Financial Engineering: Courses addressing the creation of financial models, risk management, and financial decision-making.
6. Project Management: Courses that focus on planning, implementing, and controlling large-scale projects.
7. Business Processes and Quality Management: Courses for analyzing business processes, improvement strategies, and quality management.
8. Data Analytics and Knowledge Management: Courses in big data analysis, data mining, and knowledge management.

Bölüm Müfredati / Department Curriculum
Bölüm Müfredati / Department Curriculum