New MUDEK Accreditations
Evaluated by the MUDEK in 2017-2018 academic year, three programs of the School of Engineering were accredited on July 1, 2018.
Departments of Manufacturing Engineering and Metallurgical & Materials Engineering have been accredited by the MUDEK for six years until 30.09.2024.
Additionally, MUDEK accreditation of the Department of Civil Engineering has been protracted for six years until 30.09.2024.
The number of MUDEK-accredited departments has reached 8 in the School of Engineering. MUDEK-accredited departments are as follows:
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical & Electronics Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Mechatronics Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
We are proud of this success and congratulate and extend our thanks to all those who have Wcontributed.
Association for Evaluation and Accreditation of Engineering Programs (MUDEK) is a non-governmental organization operating for the purpose of contributing to the enhancement of quality of engineering education in Turkey by means of the accreditation and evaluation of and providing information services for engineering education programs in different disciplines.
MÜDEK was established in 2002 as an independent platform with the name of Engineering Evaluation Board, by the Council of Engineering Deans (MDK) composed of the deans of the faculties providing engineering education in Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, in order to draw up and apply a detailed program for evaluation of the undergraduate engineering programs of these faculties. It became an association in 2007.
Other than the administrative staff of MUDEK, all people taking part in the boards, committees, study groups and accreditation evaluation teams of MUDEK work on a volunteer basis without receiving any remuneration whatsoever.
- Started evaluation of engineering programs in 2003;
- Became a member of (ENAEE - European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education) on November 17, 2006;
- Continued to use the shorty name of MUDEK, was transformed into a non-governmental organization entitled Association for Evaluation and Accreditation of Engineering Programs and acquired legal entity on January 25, 2007;
- Was officially recognized on November 16, 2007 by the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) as a national quality insurance organization focused on national, sectoral and program competences in the engineering programs of the higher education institutions and, this recognition for a duration of five years was renewed on February 1, 2013 for five more years;
- Was authorized by ENAEE to give EUR-ACE Label to those engineering education programs it will accredit as from January 21, 2009,
- Acquired Provisional Status for IEA (International Engineering Alliance) Washington Accordon June 25, 2011; and
- Became Full Member Signatory of IEA-Washington Accord on June 15, 2012.