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 PLAS 101   Life Drawing – I 

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+4+0) 4

Informs about art and culture and art critics.. Improves how to use and apply art equipment.Examines students’ own art works and improves aesthetic consciousness .While improving unique art works, it makes person to think in various ways. Improves how to explain art works to society with professional knowledge. Informs about research techniques.  Updates about interdisciplinary interaction.  Improves how to criticise and analyse.  Informs about art history. Assimilates the importance of the necessity of art demands. Improves to help to formalize emotional skills.

 PLAS 111   Basic Design  - I    

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+6+0) 5

Create unique art works and study interdisciplinary. Analyse and evaluate art works. Critise art works. Know how art experiments and techniques work. Self expression in arts. The ability to use the necessary art equipments and techniques. Be aware of the era of artistic innovation and change.The ability to transfer visuals to creativity. Research, monitoring, interpretation and evaluation skills. Share issues in field of art such as professional self-confidence, social and cultural matters with society. The technical competence and ability to show the content of converting conceptuality to an art work. Percieve and visualize in aesthetic way to nature’s order and knowledge.

INDD 101 Clay Modelling

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+2+0) 3

Teaches the concept of three dimension by using clay modelling techniques.

INDD 121    Introduction to Design

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

This course  will introduces the student the fundamental concepts, processes and skills required in the field of Industrial design. Focuses on the knowledge necessary in the designing processes and projects as well as the factors that affects the product design such as; functions, environment, user, material and analysis of the inter-relations within the context of an industrial product. The theoretical structure of the course is supplied with applied studies as well.

 INDD 161  Technical Drawing for Design

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Obtaining that students can their designed product as Project by using technical drawing standards / rules. Teaching rules of technical drawing standarts and practising about those rules.

PLAS 102   Life Drawing – II

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+4+0) 4

Informs about art and culture and art critics.. Improves how to use and apply art equipment.Examines students’ own art works and improves aesthetic consciousness .While improving unique art works, it makes person to think in various ways. Improves how to explain art works to society with professional knowledge. Informs about research techniques.  Updates about interdisciplinary interaction.  Improves how to criticise and analyse.  Informs about art history. Assimilates the importance of the necessity of art demands.Improves to help to formalize emotional skills.

 PLAS 112   Basic Design  - II  

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+6+0) 5

Create unique art works and study interdisciplinary. Analyse and evaluate art works. Critise art works. Know how art experiments and techniques work. Self expression in arts. The ability to use the necessary art equipments and techniques. Be aware of the era of artistic innovation and change.The ability to transfer visuals to creativity. Research, monitoring, interpretation and evaluation skills. Share issues in field of art such as professional self-confidence, social and cultural matters with society. The technical competence and ability to show the content of converting conceptuality to an art work. Percieve and visualize in aesthetic way to nature’s order and knowledge.

INDD 124  Maquette and Prototyping

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+2+0) 3

Aim is, examining the concept of three dimensional modelling. Scale, three-dimensional studies will be used to test or presentation methods, techniques and material definition. To take advantage of product design and manufacturing stages, each stage of the trial operation of the model. Model types. Virtual and real modeling techniques. Designed for transmission of the third dimension of objects construction techniques, materials and construction methods, teaching information and coloring.

INDD 142  Presentation Techniques

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

Teaching the information and the applications for drawing, drafts and coloured presentations for design and project process. Defining the abstract & physical examples and perform these examples with sketches and realist expressions. Teaching the colouring techniques. Teaching the drawing, draft and coloured realist expressions of the industrial product objects. 

INDD 162  Perspective for Industrial Designers

Prerequisite :   INDD 161  Technical Drawing for Design

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Obtaining that students can prepare advanced level of their designed product concept as a Project screwplate by size-based, scaled, aspect, sectional view and/or perspective in technical language. Teaching advanced technical drawing rules and practising them.

INDD 201 Project  -  I

Prerequisite :   INDD 162 Perspective for Industrial Designers

Credit : ( 4+4+0) 6

Teaching the evaluation ability of industrial products’ changes and evolution that caused by different factors. Research and development, designing unique products with the suitable drawing techniques. This discipline will be applied with more extended content with the increase of grade levels.

INDD 231  Materials and Production Techniques

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

The purpose is, to explicate  the concept of  “ product ”, resulting in the production cycle of  materials, industrial design and manufacturing methods and processes in the aspects of the concept.

Concepts  of industry, materials, products.  Affecting the growth and development of this recipe, the context and environment, professional terminology, preferences and selection criteria, promotion and evaluation of industrial materials: metals, polymers, composites, wood, glass, ceramics. the context and environment, professional terminology, preferences and selection criteria, manufacturing techniques and methods, relationships with industrial materials, formatting effects on the relations between the characteristics of mass manufacturing and  production.

INDD 281 Structure

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

To teach the ability to think discretely about spatial organization, the searching and comprehending the function in design, structure, materials and making connections between technology and form. Exemplification, fundementals and application of using geometrical theories and techniques with physical determinants at industrial product design. Principles of structure, mechanical effects, materials, technology, form-structure relationship, basic historical development, traditional and contemporary structures, stacking, framework, surface / shell, spatial / space frame, suspended-lifting / tensile, stretching and pneumatic systems / structures, structural basics at industrial product design.

INDD 291  Digital Media in Design

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Explains the use of digital media in product design.

HUM  103  Humanities

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

This course aims to provide: a comprehensive review of the history of civilization; an understanding of the role of multiple disciplines (philosophy, arts, literature, science) as they progressed within various civilizations around the globe throughout history; how these humanities disciplines contributed to the formation of the value system of our contemporary civilization; to develop the ability to analyze contemporary social movements. Particular emphasis is given to the fields of science, philosophy, arts and literature.

TKL 201 Turkish Language  -  I

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

The course aims at helping students improve their skill in written and oral narration, by teaching them features and rules of the language. A general information about language in general and world languages, the historical evolution of Turkish and its relationship with other languages, phonetical and morphological characteristics of Modern Turkish, applying/practicing rules of orthography and punctuation

INDD 202 Project – II

Prerequisite :  INDD 201 Project - I

Credit : ( 4+4+0) 6

Teaching the evaluation ability of industrial products’ changes and evolution that caused by different factors. Research and development, designing unique products with the suitable drawing techniques. This discipline will be applied with more extended content with the increase of grade levels.

INDD 212 Ergonomics

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

Aims to equip with the skills to solve problems related to human, environment and equipment factors in design and project work by means of ergonomic standards and data. Examples that are planned by application of specific information concerning the human references are given within the topics as work systems, health safety, displays and controls, information systems. Human factors and ergonomics (HF&E) is a multidisciplinary field  incorporating contributions from psychology, engineering, biomechanics, mechanobiology, industrial design, graphic design, statistics, operations research and anthropometry. In this essence this lecture aims students to understand designing proceses of  equipment and devices that fit the human body and its cognitive abilities.

INDD 252 CAD for Industrial Designers

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

INDD 232 History of Design

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

INDD TKL 202 Turkish Language  -  II

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

The course aims at helping students improve their skill in written and oral narration, by teaching them features and rules of the language. A general information about language in general and world languages, the historical evolution of Turkish and its relationship with other languages, phonetical and morphological characteristics of Modern Turkish, applying/practicing rules of orthography and punctuation

INDD XXX Technical Elective  - I

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 301 Project - III

Prerequisite :  INDD 202 Project - II

Credit : ( 4+4+0) 6

Teaching the evaluation ability of industrial products’ changes and evolution that caused by different factors.Research and development, designing unique products with the suitable drawing techniques. This discipline will be applied with more extended content with the increase of grade levels.

INDD  321 Design Theories

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

To understand the design methods, theories and processes. Focuses on the causes that led to the transition from general and specific concepts to the concept of industrial design. Also involves problems related to design, methods of approach, the stages in product design and project making and design criteria.

INDD 361 3D Modelling Techniques

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

HTR 301 Ataturk's Reforms -  I

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

The basic purpose of the programme is to provide the students with a common understanding on the usefulness and the effective methods of studying history, on the importance of revolutionary history of Turkey and on the role of Ataturk, The fields of study of the programme are the Ottoman history, war of independence, achievements and leadership values of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk the process of founding the Turkish Republic, social and political history of the 20th century.

INDD XXX Technical Elective  - II

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 302 Project - IV

Prerequisite :  INDD 301 Project - III

Credit : ( 4+4+0) 6

Teaching the evaluation ability of industrial products’ changes and evolution that caused by different factors. Research and development, designing unique products with the suitable drawing techniques. This discipline will be applied with more extended content with the increase of grade levels.

INDD 312 Technical Physics

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

The aim of the course is to give students the dicipline of making connections between their basic physics knowledge and the technical relationships with evaluation, as well as developing themselves and achieving the needs for becoming an industrial designer. In this context, it is intended to highlight the relations between both the design to product and product to design processes in terms of physics.To highlight basical physical and physicochemical concepts, to deal with the factors like mechanical properties / behaviour, movement, vibrations, acoustics, optics (light), heat and temperature, magnetics and electricity by making relations with tecnical and tecnological properties and industrial products.

INDD 362 Advanced 3D Design Modelling

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

HTR 302 Ataturk's Reforms - II

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

The basic purpose of the programme is to provide the students with a common understanding on the usefulness and the effective methods of studying history, on the importance of revolutionary history of Turkey and on the role of Ataturk,The fields of study of the programme are the Ottoman history, war of independence, achievements and leadership values of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk the process of founding the Turkish Republic, social and political history of the 20th century.

INDD XXX  Elective  - I

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 401 Project - V

Prerequisite :  INDD 302 Project - IV

Credit : ( 4+4+0) 6

Teaching the evaluation ability of industrial products’ changes and evolution that caused by different factors. Research and development, designing unique products with the suitable drawing techniques. This discipline will be applied with more extended content with the increase of grade levels.

INDD 443 Design Management

Prerequisite :  No

Credit : ( 2+0+0) 2

INDD 431 Computer Aided Animations

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+2+0) 3

INDD XXX  Elective  - II

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 492 Project – VI

Prerequisite :  INDD 401 Project - V

Credit : ( 4+4+0) 6

Teaching the evaluation ability of industrial products’ changes and evolution that caused by different factors. Research and development, designing unique products with the suitable drawing techniques.

INDD 432 Advanced 3D Presentation Techniques and 3D Printing

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 2+2+0) 3

INDD XXX  Elective - III

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD XXX  Elective - IV

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

AREA ELECTIVES

 

INDD 141 Sketching Techniques

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Teaching the information and the applications for drawing, drafts and coloured presentations for design and project process. Defining the abstract & physical examples and perform these examples with sketches and realist expressions. Teaching the colouring techniques. Teaching the drawing, draft and coloured realist expressions of the industrial product objects. 

INDD 151 Professional Drawing – I

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 152 Professional Drawing – II

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 251 Creativity Techniques

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Several approaches of creativity would be reviewed and then evaluated. The goal of the lecture is to learn and use creativity methods which are suitable for designers. The concept of creativity would be introduced. It would be discussed how designers are trying to keep their creativity alive while they are trying to deal with real situations and wicked problems.It would be also tested how free creativity would help designers deal with real problems they are working.  Some exercises would be held for design students. This lecture introduces the important components of creativity, help design students understand the place of creativity process in design activities.

INDD 371 History of Furniture

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 381 Yatch Design

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD INDD 391 Cultural Approaches

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Several approaches of creativity would be reviewed and then evaluated. The goal of the lecture is to learn and use creativity methods which are suitable for designers. The concept of creativity would be introduced. It would be discussed how designers are trying to keep their creativity alive while they are trying to deal with real situations and wicked problems.

INDD 412 Marketing

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Examining the marketing concept  in a cycle of  culture , microeconomics and consumer behaviour. Microecenomics, marketing, consumer behaviour. Affecting the growth and development of this recipe, the context and the environment, consumer behavior, professional terminology, market, marketing mix, product, distribution, price, sales efforts, advertising, PR, corporate identity, corporate policies.

INDD 441 Conceptual Automotive Design - I

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 444 Conceptual Automotive Design - II

Prerequsite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

INDD 471 Law of Industrial Design and Trademark

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

The aim of this course is to teach the key instruments of law of industrial design and trademark in both theory and practice. Law of Trademark, Patent, Industrial Design and Utility Model.

INDD 491 Trend Analysis and Brandmark

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Study of techniques and processes of identifying socio-cultural indicators, past and present trends, and methods for determining future trends in design and related industries. Brand management is a fundamental element of competitive strategy. This course is intended for those interested in learning how brands are managed as strategic assets. Communication skills are developed through assignments, in-class activities, lecture/discussion, guest-speaker presentations and a trend forecasting project.

FAR 111  History of Art

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

From Pre Historia to XIX.century analyse of the produit of Art.

FA 112  Contemporary Art

Prerequisite : No

Credit : ( 3+0+0) 3

Examines the changing face of contemporary art, using the achievements of the 20th century as a context for future exploration. Emphasis is placed on how art reflects cultural diversity, technological innovation, and socio-political issues. The course focuses on especially popular culture and the effects of mass media.