About the Department    

Our Mathematical Engineering Undergraduate Program aims to train highly competent engineers who are highly skilled in using their mathematics and engineering knowledge in their disciplinary fields. In addition, they will have the knowledge, skills and imagination to find solutions to the real and complex problems arising in today’s technological world.

With their strong mathematical and engineering background, our graduates are able to adapt to the rapid technological and scientific changes of our age. They will be able to work as engineers in key technological fields as diverse as mathematics, engineering, coding, design analysis and artificial intelligence, as well as finance-banking, data science, medicine, and biomedical science.

Department of Mathematical Engineering graduates work in national and international companies that require the highest levels of skill in software development, along with mathematical modeling, data analysis, automation analysis, software and similar technologies.

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Department History    

It was founded as the ITU Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Faculty of Basic Sciences in 1971, and took its current name in 1982. The Science and Letters Faculty is the oldest faculty on the Ayazağa Campus. The Department of Mathematics has been accepting students since 1973-1974 academic year, and the first students in the Mathematical Engineering undergraduate program graduated in 1977.

Mission Statement and Vision   

Mission Statement
  • To conduct scientific research and scientific research at an international level and provide undergraduate and postgraduate education aimed at training individuals who are able to carry out scientific research.
  • To produce graduates with strong mathematical analysis and engineering skills, who can perform mathematical modeling, and use up-to-date information technologies for these purposes.
  • To contribute to the undergraduate and graduate education of engineering departments.
  • To be a leading research and teaching center in theoretical and applied mathematics at an international level.