Double Major

Date created

Tue, 12/12/2017 - 19:13


The aim of the double major program is to allow academically successful students to work towards a second undergraduate diploma degree in the Mechanical Engineering Department.

The program consists of all courses in the undergraduate curriculum. Therefore, those students seeking a double major in Mechanical Engineering must satisfy not only the requirements of their own major program but also the requirements of the B.S. program of the Mechanical Engineering. The equivalency of courses which will be considered to satisfy the requirements of the B.S. program of the Mechanical Engineering are determined by the Department subject to the approval of the Faculty Executive Board.

The directive for Undergraduate Double Major Programs can be reached at

Double major coordinator:Dr. Suat Kadioglu (office B-318, tel : 0312 210 5294, e-mail:

Important Note: Double major students who are registered to Mechanical Engineering Department as major program have to take the must courses from Mechanical Engineering Department. Therefore, when the must courses are considered, the equivalencies table below is not valid for Mechanical Engineering students who are registered to a double major program.

List of Courses

The following table lists course equivalencies used for the Mechanical Engineering double major program currently.

Course Equivalencies for Double Major Program in Mechanical Engineering
Code Title Code Title
ME 113 Computer Aided Engineering Drawing I ME 105 Computer Aided Engineering Graphics
PHYS 105 General Physics I PHYS 109 Mechanics
PHYS 106 General Physics II PHYS 110 Electromagnetism
CHEM 107 General Chemistry
CHEM 101 General Chemistry I
CHEM 111 General Chemistry I
CENG 230 Introduction to C Programming
CENG 200 Introduction to Computers and Fortran Programming
CENG 140 C Programming
ME 200 Mechanical Engineering Orientation
AEE 101 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
CHE 102 Introduction to Chemical Engineering
CE 102 Introduction to Civil Engineering
CENG 100 Computer Engineering Orientation
EE 100 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
ENVE 101 Introduction to Environmental Engineering
FDE 101 Introduction to Food Engineering
GEOE 105 Introduction to Geological Engineering
IE 102 Industrial Engineering Orientation
METE 102 Introduction to Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
MINE 102 Introduction to Mineral Industries
PETE 110 Introduction to Petroleum Engineering
ME 202 Manufacturing Technologies ME 212 Principles of Production Engineering
ME 203 Thermodynamics I
AEE 231  Thermodynamics
CHE 204  Thermodynamics I
ME 205 Statics
AEE 261 Statics
CE 221 Engineering Mechanics I
ES 221 Engineering Mechanics I
ES 223 Statics and Strength of Materials
ES 225 Engineering Mechanics
ME 206 Strength of Materials
AEE 264 Mechanics of Materials
CE 224  Mechanics of Materials
ES 224 Strength of Materials
ME 208 Dynamics
AEE 262  Dynamics
CE 222 Engineering Mechanics II
ME 210 Applied Mathematics for Mechanical Engineers
ES 202 Mathematics for Engineers
MATH 260 Basic Linear Algebra
PHYS 210 Mathematical Methods in Physics II
EE 209 Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
EE 281 Electrical Circuits
EE 201 Circuit Theory I
PHYS 203 Introductory Electronics

METE 227  

Basic Concepts in Materials Science
METE 201 Materials Science I
METE 222 Materials Science and Engineering
METE 225 Engineering Materials
CE 241 Materials Science
METE 228 Engineering Materials METE 202 Materials Science II
MATH 219 Introduction to Differential Equations PHYS 209 Mathematical Methods in Physics I
ECON 210 Principles of Economics ECON 211 Principles of Economics I
ME 304 Control Systems
AEE 383 Systems Dynamics
CENG 382 Analysis of Dynamic Systems with Feedback
CHE 407 Process Control
EE 381 Systems and Control
EE 302 Feedback Systems
ME 305 Fluid Mechanics I
AEE 244 Fluid Mechanics
CE 371 Fluid Mechanics
CHE 302 Fluid Mechanics
ME 310 Numerical Methods
ES 301 Numerical Methods in Engineering
ES 305 Computing Methods in Engineering
ES 361 Computing Methods in Engineering
CENG 371 Scientific Computing
EE 443 Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering
ME 311 Heat Transfer
AEE 331 Heat Transfer
CHE 327 Heat and Mass Transfer Operations
ME 413 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis AEE 464 Applications of Finite Element Analysis in Aerospace Structures
CE 425 Introduction to Finite Elements
ES 403 Finite Element Method
ME 423 Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion AEE 435 Propulsion Systems II
ME 429 Mechanical Vibrations AEE 463 Mechanical Vibrations
ME 433 Engineering Metrology and Quality Control IE 463 Quality Planning and Control
ME 434 Advanced Strength of Materials AEE 361 Applied Elasticity
CE 423 Advanced Mechanics of Materials
ME 443 Engineering Economy and Production Management CE 231 Engineering Economy
CHE 423 Chemical Engineering Economics
IE 347 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis
MINE 424 Project Management in Mining
ME 444 Reliability in Engineering Design ES 406 Reliability
ME 450 Nondestructive Testing Methods METE 478 Nondestructive Evaluation of Materials
ME 451 Introduction to Composite Structures AEE 469 Mechanics of Composite Materials
METE 470 Composite Materials
ME 455 Manufacturing of Polymeric Structures CHE 454 Polymer Process Analysis and Design
METE 460 Engineering with Polymers
ME 485 Computational Fluid Dynamics Using Finite Volume Method AEE 443 Computational Aerodynamics