Course Structure Diagram with Credits


To see the course details (such as objectives, learning outcomes, content, assessment and ECTS workload), click the relevant Course Code given in the table below.

1. Year Fall Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
SFL 1013Second Foreign Languages I2233
ENG 101Academic Skills in English I2233
IUE 100Orientation and Career Planning1012
MATH 109Calculus I2236
TURK 100Turkish4044
MATH 103Fundamentals of Mathematics3036
MATH 121Mathematical Thought3036
Total 30
1. Year Spring Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
SFL 1024Second Foreign Languages II2234
ENG 102Academic Skills in English II2234
MATH 110Calculus II2236
HIST 100Principles of Atatürk and History of Revolution 4044
POOL 002GEC-Natural and Life Sciences3036
MATH 116Analytic Geometry3036
Total 30
2. Year Fall Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
MATH 203Introduction to Probability Theory I2236
SFL 201Second Foreign Languages III2234
MATH 201Advanced Calculus I2236
MATH 207Introduction to Differential Equations I2235
ELEC 001Elective Course I0034
MATH 225Linear Algebra I3035
Total 30
2. Year Spring Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
MATH 202Advanced Calculus II2236
MATH 208Introduction to Differential Equations II2235
MATH 204Introduction to Probability Theory II2236
SFL 202Second Foreign Languages IV2234
ELEC 002Elective Course II0034
MATH 226Linear Algebra II3035
Total 30
3. Year Fall Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
MATH 307Introduction to Stochastic Processes I3036
MATH 303Complex Analysis3037
MATH 305Optimization I3037
ELEC 003Elective Course III3034
MATH 313Programming Techniques in Applied Mathematics3036
Total 30
3. Year Spring Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
MATH 304Theory of Statistics3037
MATH 306Abstract Algebra3037
ENG 310Essential Speaking Skills in English3034
ELEC 004Elective Course IV3036
MATH 316Optimization II3036
Total 30
4. Year Fall Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
MATH 401Topology I3036
MATH 403Numerical Analysis I3036
ENG 410English for Career Development3034
MATH 497Senior Project I3034
MATH 441Functional Analysis I3036
POOL 003GEC-Social Sciences A: Economics3034
Total 30
4. Year Spring Semester
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
ELEC 006Elective Course VI3034
ST 304Summer Training (4 weeks)0005
MATH 498Senior Project II3034
ELEC 005Elective Course V3036
MATH 406Number Theory3036
POOL 006GEC- Social Awareness and Ethics3035
Total 30
Elective Courses
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
BA 205Financial Accounting I3035
CE 223Database Systems3247
CE 308Computing Theory3247
CE 380Computational Geometry3035
CE 390Analysis of Algorithms3035
CE 401Algorithms Design3035
CE 470Introduction to Neural Networks3035
CE 490Introduction to Digital Image Processing3035
ECON 100Principles of Economics3036
ECON 101Principles of Microeconomics3036
ECON 102Principles of Macroeconomics3036
ECON 213Mathematical Economics I3035
ECON 214Mathematical Economics II3034
ECON 301Econometrics3036
ECON 303Money and Banking3036
ECON 304Monetary Theory and Policy3034
ECON 324Applied Econometrics3035
ECON 407Applied Economic Topics3036
ECON 416Time Series Analysis3036
ECON 418Game Theory3036
IE 334Quality Assurance and Reliability2237
IE 338Stochastic Models in Manufacturing Systems 3036
IE 342Decision Theory3035
IE 354Combinatorial Optimization3036
IE 357Special Topics in Optimization 3036
IE 358Heuristics in Optimization 3036
IE 375Financial Engineering3035
INS 401Introduction to Insurance and Actuarial Mathematics3035
ISE 336Art of Mathematical Modelling2234
ITF 301International Finance3038
ITF 304Quantitative Methods in Finance3036
ITF 403Financial Risk Management3036
ITF 410Financial Institutions and Markets3035
MATH 122Mathematical Thought II3036
MATH 150Research Methods and Biostatistics3036
MATH 308Introduction to Stochastic Processes II3036
MATH 309Equations of Mathematical Physics3036
MATH 311Discrete Mathematics3037
MATH 314Measure Theory3036
MATH 317Elementary Number Theory3037
MATH 321Introduction fo Mathematical Finance 3035
MATH 336Engineering Statistics II3035
MATH 400Biomathematics3037
MATH 402Topology II3036
MATH 404Numerical Analysis II3036
MATH 407Introduction to Spectral Analysis I3036
MATH 408Introduction to Spectral Analysis3036
MATH 410Linear Integral Equations3036
MATH 420Seminar: Introduction to Quaternionic and Clifford Calculus3036
MATH 425Mathematical Computing and Simulation I3036
MATH 426Mathematical Computing and Simulation II3036
MATH 437Fuzzy Set Theory3036
MATH 440Numerical Solutions of Partial Differential Equations3036
MATH 442Functional Analysis II3037
MATH 450Game Theory3037
MATH 455Graph Theory3037
MATH 460Additional Topics in Algebra3036
MATH 462Applied Statistics 3037
MATH 470Introduction to Cryptography3036
MATH 472Introduction to Computational Commutative Algebra3036
MATH 480Algebraic Number Theory3036
MATH 485Exploratory Data Analysis3038
MATH 488Introduction to Invariant Theory3036
MATH 490Introduction to Algebraic Geometry3036
MATH 499Introduction to Coding Theory3036
PHYS 100General Physics I2236
RM 401Fundamentals of Risk Management3034
RM 402Statistical Foundations of Risk Management3035
RM 403Applied Risk Analysis3035
SE 113Introduction to Programming2236
SE 330Advanced Game Development3035
SE 420Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems3035
Restricted Elective Courses
CodePre.Course NameTheoryApplication/LaboratoryLocal CreditsECTS
Additional Notes

Important Explanation About Elective Courses

In order to graduate, students must take
- 3 elective courses from the Department of Mathematics,
- 3 elective courses from other courses added to the elective course list.

Important Explanation About GEC Courses

In order to graduate, students must take

- a course from the pool entitled "Natural and Life Sciences ",

- a course from the pool entitled "Social Sciences: A ",

- a course from the pool entitled "Social Awareness and Ethics ",

 

If you need support for these courses due to your disability, please refer to Disability Support Unit. Contact; engelsiz@ieu.edu.tr