Computer Engineering mainly deals with software, programming, and algorithms. Computer networks, database management and embedded systems are other areas of study. Computer engineers receive training in programming languages, software design, and software-hardware integration.

What software can do and what cannot (computability), how software can show effective efficiency on a specific task (algorithm and complexity), how software can write and read stored data (data structures and databases), how software can work smarter (artificial intelligence), They work on how humans and software will communicate with each other (human computer interaction and user interfaces) and in the fields of ASIC, FPGA, circuit design and hardware-software integration. After taking the basic courses of General Engineering and Computer Engineering, our student will have the opportunity to use the knowledge, knowledge and skills he has gained in the classroom environment by taking the elective courses related to the field he wants to specialize in to solve real world problems. Our graduates who complete the program will continue to add value to the whole society throughout their careers, fully aware of their unlimited potential dynamic disciplines.

Students who are interested in the Computer Engineering program must have a superior academic ability, reasoning power with numbers and symbols, the ability to divide a job into elements and determine the steps, logic and design skills. In addition, they must be careful, patient, needing to renew themselves, and researchers. Some of the areas that our students can specialize within our four-year program are:

¬ Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning,

¬ Embedded System Development

¬ Game Programming

¬ Computer Vision and Applications

Our Computer Engineering Program has created a rich pool of technical elective courses that will allow our students to choose the field they want to specialize in. We bring our students together with a wide range of laboratory facilities in various fields such as computer architecture, database systems, information systems, sensor networks, artificial intelligence, object oriented design, computer security, embedded systems, internet technologies, computer graphics and computer image processing. Our program, which will provide the student with the opportunity to research and develop projects on the subject he is interested in, emphasizes that his students adapt to life and work life with their knowledge and skills after graduation with a multidisciplinary approach in education.