Nevşehir Hacı Bektaş Veli University Course Catalogue

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VOCATIONAL COLLEGE OF AVANOS / ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

History

Nevsehir University Avanos Vocational High School was established with the senatus consultum dated the 3rd of March 2009, issued 6th Nevşehir University Avanos Vocational High School the Electronic Communications Technology programme started education in 2009-2010 academic year. Its educational language is Turkish.


Qualification Awarded

The students who are able to pass all their lessons (equivalent to 120 ECTS in total) and have at least 2. 0 grade point avarage from 4.0 have two- year degree diploma in the field of electronic communications technology.


Level of Qualification

Associate degree


Specific Admission Requirements

The students graduating from the branches of the vocational high schools which are telecommunication, electric/electronic, ındustrial electronics, shipbuilding electronic and communication, control and instrumentation are able to apply for open admission to “Electronic Communication Technologies” programme of associate degree. The students graduating from the branches except the mentioned fields or high schools can be placed at the programmes they want according to the OSS grades with the additional placement if there is vacancy. For this, the students must take the exam which is the higher education entrance exam (YGS) and held by OSYM and they must take adequate grade from YGS-1.


Specific Arrangement For Recognition of Prior Learning

The process of recognizing previous study in the higher education institution is still front-end. Therefore recognizing previous study in all the programmes of Nevşehir University is not started completely. However, exemption exam is held at the beginning of each academic year for the lessons such as English and Computer in the educational plans of the programmes. The students who think that they have the expected learning output can attend the exams held. The students attending and being succesful in the exam are exempt from the related lesson.


Qualification Requirements and Regulations

To have an associate degree in the field of electronic communication, the students must pass all the the compulsory and elective subjects which are neccesssary to be taken and have at least 2. 0 grade point avarage from 4.0.


Profile of The Programme

The main aim of the electronic communication programme is to train technicians who are high qualified, think analytically, are willing to learn developments and innovations, internalize the principles of lifelong learning and regard national values in the field of electronic communications technology in social life and business world. In Electronic communication technologies programme, the lecturers educate students to be qualified workers in the sector by taking the developments in this field into account. This programme aims to educate students ideally with the efficient staff of lecturers.


Key Learning Outcomes of the Programme

PO-1 Have knowledge about reform movements and the recession of Ottoman Empire and its reasons at the last decades, Turkish war of the independence, the establishment of the state of the Republic of Turkey and Ataturk’s principles and revolutions.
PO-2 Know the features of sounds, the rules and the structure of Turkish as a mother tongue, its place among the world languages ; have knowledge about grammatical rules, punctuation, the types of written and oral expression, the ways to speak effectively and fluently.
PO-3 Follow the electronic, communication and informatics and communicate with the colleagues by using at least one foreign language at overall level of Europe Language Portfolio A2 level.
PO-4 Use information and communication technologies with the computer software required by their field at least basic(master) level of the European computer license to use.
PO-5 Have sufficient knowledge related to basic mathematics. The students make calculation, analysis and evaluation by using communication mathematics.
PO-6 Know circuit design solutions and logic design, operating principles, structure of electrical, electronic circuits and components.
PO-7 Have satisfactory infrastructure by winning the main theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the field communication.
PO-8 Comprehend algorithm logic and structure of a programming language.
PO-9 Have the knowledge and skill on project management, workplace practices, setting up and management of a workplace, continual quality, occupational safety, the health of the workers and environmental protection.
PO-10 Realize system maintenance, system repair and system installation by using modern technical tools and materials in the field electronic communications technology.
PO-11 Gain the ability of designing and making an experiment, collecting data, analyzing and interpreting the results.
PO-12 Determine issues relevant unforeseen situations related to studies in the field electronic communications and show gained the ability to search a solution.
PO-13 Present the knowledge and the ability to other people and institutions using information technologies. The students use oral and written communication facilities and act within the framework of vocational ethics.
PO-14 Perform drawings of vocational plans and projects and simulate electric/electronic circuits using packet programs related to computer aided design.
PO-15 Follow technological and scientific developments via the awareness of the necessity of lifelong learning.
PO-16 Analyze a system, a system component or a system process in the field of electronic communications system and implement modern design methods to meet the needs when required.
PO-17 Clearly describe designs and applications related to the field electronic communications to colleagues, superiors and rendering of services to the people and groups.
PO-18 Have knowledge about programming and hardware structure of microprocessors and microcontrollers. The students realize microprocessor or microcontroller based advanced implementations.
PO-19 Have knowledge about structure, properties and operating principles of telephone set. The students recognize the systems between subscriber and switchboard taking part in telephone network.
PO-20 Recognize the basic properties of radio waves on the electronic communications systems, use of a communication of these and modulation principles.
PO-21 Realize solutions and problems in application enhanced technologies.
PO-22 Gain skill and knowledge in Fiber Optic Communications, Satellite Communications System and GSM Communication Systems.
PO-23 Comprehend the importance of renewable energy sources, analyze them in terms of global cumulative installed power capacity.
PO-24 Participate in scientific and cultural activities throughout university life.
PO-25 Comprehend the formation of bioelectric signals, achieve the ability of using knowledge processing techniques utilized for diagnosing diseases.
PO-26 Recognize the techniques which are shaping ceramics and design; practice three-dimensioned workshops; achieve new things by following the reforms in their fields and combining the traditional and contemporary things in terms of design and practice; carry out porcelainization and firing processes; use the technological devices, electrical appliances and machines related to their branch; understand the problems and their solutions.
PO-27 To increase students’ knowledge and skills about the techniques that they are interested in. To make them comprehend the art as a support for their life.
PO-28 Design form in accordance with the principles of the potter's wheel.
PO-29 Graphic Design defines the basic concepts related to the field, when the design uses vector-based program.
PO-30 Comprehend issues related to environment and biological diversity,concerning on sustainability issues, social responsibility, ethical values and legal basis to have information.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates with Examples

Electronic Communication Program graduates employment areas in our country is quite large. Graduates of our program "Electronic Communication Technician" can work in lots of public institutions and private sectors in which electronic communication technology is produced, transfered, sold and commercialized. The sectors which the graduate can work commonly can be listed as follows: 1. Public institutions and private sectors performing service to the telephone and internet sectors developing rapidly in our country and abroad. 2. The electronic communication units of defense industry. 3. Public and private television- radio sectors 4. Mobile communication companies 5. Satellite communication sector 6. Every sector related with production, servicing and repairs about data communication and distribution. 7. Radar units of the institutions servicing in air, road and sea transport.


Access to Further Studies

The students who have successfully completed associate degree program to take enough points with the condition in Vertical Transfer Associate Exam which made by Student Selection and Placement Center with Electric Engineering, Electronics-Electronic Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Physics, Aeronautical Electricity and Electronics, Control Engineering, Meteorology Engineering, Aircraft Electrical and Electronics four years of degree programs can study.


Course Structure Diagram with Credits

1. Semester Course Plan

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
AİT101 ATATURK PRINCIPLES AND HISTORY I 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 2
EHT103 DIRECT CURRENT CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 3 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 4
EHT105 ELECTRONICS I 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 3
EHT101 ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES AND SAFETY 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 3
MAT101 MATHEMATICS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 2
ENF101 BASIC USAGE OF KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGY I 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 3
TDL101 TURKISH LANGUAGE I 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 2
YBD101 FOREIGN LANGUAGE I 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Compulsory 2
SCHZV1 ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 1 - Hour(s) - Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 7
Total:
28

2. Semester Course Plan

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
EHT104 ALTERNATIVE CURRENT CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 3 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 4
AİT102 ATATURK PRINCIPLES AND HISTORY II 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 2
EHT110 COMPUTER AIDED CIRCUIT DESIGN I 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 3
EHT106 ELECTRONICS II 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 3
EHT112 INDUSTRY-BASED TRAINING 0 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 4
EHT102 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 2
EHT108 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 3
TDL102 TURKISH LANGUAGE II 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 2
YBD102 FOREIGN LANGUAGE II 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Compulsory 2
SCHVZ2 ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 2 - Hour(s) - Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Optional 5
Total:
30

3. Semester Course Plan

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
EHT209 ANALOG COMMUNICATION 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Compulsory 4
EHT211 ANTENNAS AND MICROWAVE TECHNOLOGY 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Compulsory 2
EHT203 COMPUTER AIDED CIRCUIT DESIGN II 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Compulsory 3
MYD201 TECHNICAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE I 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Compulsory 2
EHT205 MICROCONTROLLER 3 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Compulsory 4
EHT201 DIGITAL DESIGN 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Compulsory 4
EHT207 TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION AND SWITCHING SYSTEMS 1 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Compulsory 2
SCHVZ3 ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 3 - Hour(s) - Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 9
Total:
30

4. Semester Course Plan

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
EHT206 FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATIONS 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Compulsory 3
MYD202 TECHNICAL FOREIGN LANGUAGE II 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Compulsory 2
EHT204 MICROCONTROLLER APPLICATIONS 3 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Compulsory 4
EHT210 R/F TECHNIQUE 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Compulsory 4
EHT208 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION 2 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Compulsory 4
EHT202 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3 Hour(s) 1 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Compulsory 4
SCHVZ4 ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 4 - Hour(s) - Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 9
Total:
30

ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 1

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
BKE101 SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 3
EHT111 ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 4
EHT117 ELECTRONIC SECURITY SYSTEMS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 3
BT107 GRAFICAL DESIGN 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 3
EHT115 POWER ELECTRONICS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 4
EHT113 FINE ARTS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 2
BT103 INTERNET PROGRAMMING I 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 3
EHT109 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND STANDARDS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Fall Semester Optional 3

ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 2

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
EHT116 ALGORITHM AND PROGRAMMING 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT118 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Optional 2
BKE101 SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT114 COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Optional 2
EHT120 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 1 Spring Semester Optional 3

ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 3

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
BKE101 SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 3
TDL201 EFFECTIVE AND BEAUTIFUL SPEAKING, DICTION 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 3
EHT219 OPTIC ELECTRONICS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 3
EHT217 SOUND AND LIGHTING 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 3
EHT213 CLEAN ENERGY USE AND RECYCLING 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 3
EHT215 MEDICAL ELECTRONICS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 3
TCÇ101 SOCIAL GENDER EQUALITY/STUDIES 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Fall Semester Optional 3

ELECTIVE COURSE POOL 4

Course Code Course Title Theoretical Practice Year Semester of Study Type of Course ECTS
EHT224 MALFUNCTION ANALYSIS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT226 MATEMATIC APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTER 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
BKE101 SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT214 DEVELOPING COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT222 OPERATING MANAGEMENT 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
ORT212 PERMACULTURE 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT218 RADAR AND DETECTION SYSTEMS 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT220 RADIO TV TECHNIQUE 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
SER220 FREE CLAY WHEEL FORMING 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
TDL202 THEATRE ACTIVITIES 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3
EHT216 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION AND CELLULAR COMMUNICATION 2 Hour(s) 0 Hour(s) 2 Spring Semester Optional 3

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

Each student must register for the lessons at the beginning of each semester and they must attend at least 70 percent of the classes and 80 percent of the practices to be able to attend the final exam. The students are subject to a mid-term exam and a final exam for each course. The contribution of the mid-term exam (the grades taken from homeworks, laboratory exams, quizzes can be added to the midterm exam ) to the final grade is 40 percent and the contribution of the final exam to the final grade is 60 percent. All the exams are evaluated from 100 points. There is a compulsory for the students to take at least 45 points from the final exam. The students who are able to take one of the letter grades which are AA, BA, BB, CB and CC are thought to be succesful in that course. DC and DD are the grades which are thought to be succesful conditionally. The average grade of the students who take DD or DC from one of the courses must be at least 2.0.


Graduation Requirements

To finish the programme succesfully, passing all the lessons available( equivalent to 120 ECTS), having at least 2.0 average grade from 4.0, finishing a compulsory training education lasting 30 days are neccessary.


Mode of Study

Full-Time


Facilities

The educational activities are held by 2 lecturers in our programme. The lessons are held in the classes which are appropriate for 35 students and have a projection; and computer and electronic communication labrotories which are appropriate for 35 students.


Programme Director or Equivalent

Address : Nevşehir University, Avanos Vocational High School, Electronic Communications Technology Programme Cumhuriyet Mah. Kapadokya Cad. No:49/50500 AVANOS/NEVŞEHİR Web Address : http://avanosmyo.nevsehir.edu.tr/elektronik.html Business Phone : 0-384-511 56 76 Fax : 0-384-511 56 77 The Coordinator Of Programme : Instructor Hilal BAŞAL Business Phone : 0-384-511 56 76/1218 E-Mail Address : hilalbasal@nevsehir.edu.tr Department of ECTS/DS Coordinator : Instructor Hilal BAŞAL Business Phone : 0-384-511 56 76/1218 E-Mail Address : hilalbasal@nevsehir.edu.tr