Compulsory Departmental Courses

EUT101 - Basic Design in Industrial Design I (4 + 6) 12

Introducing the basic concepts of design, developing visual perception and creative thinking, abstract and conceptual practices, basic material knowledge and structural principles, evaluating design problems with different perspectives, basic visualization techniques; sketching and model making.

EUT102 - Basic Design in Industrial Design II (4 + 6) 12

Fallow-up of EUT101, introduction to three dimensional product design, discovering the design process, combining research methods with creative thinking, developing both visual and verbal presentation skills.

EUT111 - Communication Techniques in Product Design I (1 + 2) 5

Basics of geometry and drawing; introducing both two and three dimensinal concepts of line, proportion and composition, Strengthening both two and three dimensinal perception by working on object, technical drawings; ortographic drawing, axonometric, isometric and oblique drawing.

EUT112 - Communication Techniques in Product Design II (1 + 2) 5

Basic information on perspective method for three dimensional product visualization, exercises on three dimensional objects with single point, two point and three point perspective methods, drawing surfaces, section drawings and manufacturing drawings of products, developing representation skills needed for design and presentation process.

EUT113 - Freehand Drawing Techniques (1 + 2) 3

Freehand drawing techniques, ideation sketches and visual communication skills, hand and eye coordination.

EUT116 - Model Making in Product Design (1 + 2) 5

Model making techniques with the use of various materials; hand skill, accuracy, precision and cleanness.

EUT121 - Introduction to Industrial Design (2 + 0) 2

Introducing the profession of Industrial Design, general information on the technical, artistic and sociological contents of the profession, design history and culture basics.

EUT144 - History of Design and Art (2 + 0) 3

The development of art and product design from prehistoric times to industrial revolution and today, examples from the World and Turkey.

EUT201 - Industrial Design I (4 + 6) 12

Developing creative thinking, process of solving design problems; generating functional and aesthetic solutions by considering design criteria such as innovation, product language and user-product interaction, developing scenarios for product, experiencing design process and conceptual methods appropriate for producible and usable products.

EUT202 - Industrial Design II (4 + 6) 12

Basic problem solving of object design, basic system, object consisting of a few parts, three dimensional form development, basic model making, material use. Design of simple consumer products, material trials, use of simple mechanisms. Concept development in design problem, concept directed project implementation.

EUT211 - Communication Techniques in Product Design III (1 + 2) 5

Perspective drawings to develop hand-eye-brain coordination, light, reflection, shade and shading subjects, illustrating objects having various surfaces and materials, coloring and shading techniques, solid geometry, intersections and expansion drawings.

EUT213 - Computer Aided Product Design I (1 + 2) 4

Two dimensional drawing techniques.

EUT214 - Computer Aided Product Design II (1 + 2) 4

Using solid modelling and NURBS modelling, which are three dimensional modelling techniques.

EUT223 - Materials and Manufacturing Methods in Product Design (3 + 0) 3

The analysis of general characteristics of the materials and material focused production methods in order to choose the right material and production method in the design process; explanations of product functionality and identity, factors affecting product design and within this scope, the role and importance of material selection and the sample

EUT224 - Mechanism and Detail in Product Design (2 + 1) 5

Introducing basic concepts of structure concepts and construction of application projects with simple materials, introducing the physical and mechanical properties of materials, analysing loads, forces and pressure, analysing properties of objects, materials (rigidity and elasticit) and actions (tensile, compression, bending and folding).

EUT225 - Ergonomics in Product Design (3 + 0) 3

Physical and cognitive ergonomics, universal design, user experience.

EUT244 - Industrial Design History (2 + 0) 3

The development of product design from the time period between the two world wars continuing to today, giving the examples from the world and Turkey.

EUT299 - Computer Literacy (0 + 0) 6

2D and 3D computer programmes.

EUT301 - Industrial Design III (4 + 6) 13

Design problems on corporate identity, product identity, system designs, new technologies and technological applications and interface design are defined. Expectations are:meet the design requirements such as usability, producability, aesthetics, innovation, interaction with the user.

EUT302 - Industrial Design IV (4 + 6) 13

Design problems on corporate identity, product identity, system designs, new technologies and technological applications and interface design are defined; expectations are: meeting the design requirements such as usability, producability, aesthetics, innovation, interaction with the user.

EUT322 - Meaning in Design (2 + 0) 5

Focusing the link between form and content. Design approach as a visual text within the framework of concepts and theories of semiotics.

EUT331 - Design Management and Marketing (2 + 0) 5

Design, innovation, research and development, corporate marketing, product development.

EUT333 - Design Management and Marketing (2 + 0) 5

Design, research & development, innovation, corporate marketing, product development.

EUT399 - Workshop Practice (0 + 0) 6

Production summer practice: product establishment, making observation, and reporting its main production processes.

EUT401 - Industrial Design V (4 + 6) 16

Creating a high level of awareness while designing products in compliance with the companies; conceptually developed projects with basic design requirements such as usability, manufacturability, aesthetic, innovation, interaction with the user and product language.

EUT402 - Graduation Project in Industrial Design (4 + 6) 16

Project development in compliance with the companies. Gaining professional life experience of each student as a result of working with a firm (design process such as design strategy, product range, material and production techniques of the firm).

EUT421 - Vocational Guidance and Portfolio Design (1 + 2) 3

Design business, job opportunities, academic career, worldwide design business, portfolio design; issues, practical applications and materials related to professional career; designing a digital and a printed portfolio in accordance with the knowledge gained.

EUT499 - Office Summer Practice (0 + 0) 6

Office summer practice: collection, documentation and presentation of physical reference materials of design students in relation to their design works.

Elective Courses

EUT-AE2SP1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE3FA1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE3FA2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE3FA3 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE3SP1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE3SP2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE3SP3 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE4FA3 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE4SP1 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-AE4SP2 - Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-GE4FA1 - Non-Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-GE4FA2 - Non-Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-GE4SP3 - Non-Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT-GE4SP4 - Non-Departmental Elective (0 + 0) 3

EUT369 - Computer Aided Product Development (1 + 2) 3

Introduction to Fusion 360 to model fast and efficiently to develop and visualize ideas in 3D.

EUT373 - Critical Approaches in Design (1 + 2) 3

Notions that bear significance in industrial design, with the purpose of critically approaching the discipline from the field of philosophy; creativity, representation and values in design; differences between industrial design and artistic design; the status of a design product within a cultural context.

EUT493 - CO_OP Practice I (1 + 0) 3

The design and construction processes including the implemention of certain research methods in order to form creative, sociable, innovative and qualified products and services in the scope of Industrial Design.