Elektronik Teknolojisi

Associate Degree - Technıcal Scıences Vocatıonal School

General Information

Technical Sciences Vocational School was established in 2009 in Adana Hacı Sabancı Organized Industrial Zone (AOSB), one of Turkey's largest organized industrial zones, on an area of 1225 hectares, north of Yakapınar (Misis) on the Adana-Ceyhan D-400 Highway. Electronics and Automation Department started Electronics Technician training in Electronics Technology Program in the 2010 - 2011 academic year. The Electronics Technology Program aims to train qualified technicians in the field of Electronics. In general, the content of the courses, which consist of basic and industrial electronics, are electronic circuit elements, current-voltage relations, and industrial applications. The name of "Cukurova University Technical Sciences Vocational School" has been changed to "Adana Organized Industrial Region of Vocational School Technical Sciences'' as of 26.02.2018 with the rule and letter of the Council of Higher Education dated 26.02.2018 and numbered 15619. In July 2017, "Law Amending Certain Laws and Statutory Decrees for the Development of Industry and Support of Production" No. 7033 was regulated. Under the law, it was noticed that "For vocational schools established in organized industrial zones, educational support can be provided to relevant higher education institutions per student, from the appropriation allocated to the Council of Higher Education budget for this purpose. " Based on the published legislation, starting from the 2017 - 2018 Academic Year Spring Semester, the students of the Machinery, Electricity, Textile Technology and Electronics Technology Program in our Vocational School have earned the right to receive educational support. Formal education in the Electronics and Automation Department of our Vocational School continues with Electronic Technology Program.

Length of Programme & Number of Credits

2 Year - 120 ECTS

Feature & Definition

In the Electronics Program, circuit elements, properties of circuit connections, and circuit analysis are taught in the 1st grade. In the 2nd-grade Control systems, Characteristics of operational amplifiers and circuit applications, Microprocessor and Controller connections, programming and circuit designs, and automation systems are covered. After the theory is taught in the lectures, their application areas and methods in industries are shown. These applications cover Circuit Analysis and Design, Control systems, Operational Amplifiers and their applications, Automatic Control and PLC, Microprocessors - Microcontrollers, and Programming.

Mode of Study

Full Time

Head of Department

ECTS / Course Catalog Coordinator


Erasmus Coordinator

Öğr. Gör.Dr. Murat ÇIKAN

Internship Coordinator

Öğr. Gör.Dr. Murat ÇIKAN

Orientation Staff

Öğr. Gör.Dr. Murat ÇIKAN


The Electronic Technology program aims to train electronic technicians who follow scientific innovations and research, take an active role in innovation and development processes in electronics and automation, are productive, questioning, solution-oriented, and have high ethical values. The current permanent lecturers carry out the training courses taught in the Electronic Technology program.


The program aims to provide an educational infrastructure based on the culture and values of universal science and contemporary education in electronics by following technological developments. It is aimed to strengthen our education and training activities with the participation of our stakeholders and to provide a leading education at the national and international levels. In this way, the program aims to train Electronic Technicians who can apply innovations, produce solutions to society's problems, and have high qualifications.

Specific Admission Requirements

Students are admitted to the Electronics Technology Program with a central exam conducted by The Measuring, Selection and Placement Center (OSYM). Students are admitted to the department with the TYT score type, and a 2-year associate degree education is given in the department. For students to be placed in the Electronic Technology Program, TYT exam scores must be calculated as a result of the Higher Education Institutions Exam. According to their success ranking, students whose TYT score has been calculated are placed in the program of their choice with the Central Placement made by OSYM.

Qualification Awarded

Associate degree

Level of Qualification


Qualification Requirements of Graduation

Students graduate from this program by completing 120 ECTS/ECTS credits. To graduate, students must complete all of the courses available in the program and obtain a grade point average of at least 2.0 out of 4.00. In addition, students must complete their 30-day professional internship and one-semester Workplace Training successfully. The students who meet the program requirements are awarded an associate degree in Electronic Technology. Students can work in the Industry using the obtained diploma with the title of Electronic Technician. When the student graduates, the courses showing the competencies gained during the education process are indicated in the diploma supplement.

Access to Further Studies

Candidates who have completed their Associate Degree education have the right to continue their education in the Faculties that provide undergraduate education if they succeed in the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS). In addition, if they pass the university entrance exams and are successful, they can move to a department in their field and be exempt from the courses they have taken.


The internship is an applied education that students practice in the relevant sector. In AOSB Vocational School of Technical Sciences programs, the internship is included in the course plan as an Industry based Education course. Internships are held on the dates announced by the School Directorate, and the internship duration cannot be less than 30 working days, depending on the program specification. Doing the internship during the summer break at the end of the first year is appropriate. Otherwise, the student may lose the rights for a semester or a year. The aims of the industry-based education studies of Electronic Technology Program students are as follows: - To develop and consolidate the professional knowledge taught in the first and second-year courses through their practices during the internship. - To be well acquainted with the organization, order, and systems in the possible business areas in which they will work after starting the business life. - To recognize the authorities and responsibilities they will undertake as an Electronics Technician in enterprises, to acquire harmonious working habits with the personnel in charge of upper and lower levels, and to be a good manager, at the same time to prepare a good employment environment for them.

Applied Course

Bu programda uygulamalı ders bulunmamaktadır.

Work Placement

Vocational school has started implementing the 3+1 workplace training program as of the 2018-2019 Spring semester. Within the scope of Workplace Training, students work in companies four days a week for one semester (15 weeks). The purpose of workplace training can be listed as follows: - To get to know the workplaces related to the associate degree program they are studying, to observe the hierarchical order, organizational structure, work discipline, occupational health, and safety rules. - To practice knowledge, skills, and competencies that students are gained during their education period, to have a chance to closely observe the sector employees, to increase their business experience, and get to inform about the work they will do in the future. - To gain the ability to use and apply the theoretical knowledge they have learned. - To enable them to develop a common language with workplace managers, employees, and other relevant individuals to increase their workplace communication skills. - To ensure that they are aware of the current technology trend related to their profession and to teach them to respect professional ethics.

Double Major, Additional Major & Exchange Possibilities

Electronic Technology Program students can study for one or two semesters in other higher education institutions through the agreements and protocols made between other institutions abroad or in the country. These students are required to have succeeded in all previous educations. The equivalence of the students' courses, practice, internships, and similar activities in the program is determined in advance by the board of directors' decision regarding the advisor's recommendation and the relevant department chair/program advisor. Exchange Programs differ in terms of their purpose and functioning.

Employment Opportunities

The Electronics Technology Program curriculum is primarily geared towards training qualified personnel for the Control and Automation sector. Professional qualifications and personal development training gained in the program provide vast opportunities in business life and career development. Graduates can work as technicians in the control and automation departments of factories operating in the public sector and Industry. They can do all kinds of electronic work according to the institution's structure and their field of expertise. Technicians can also open their private workplaces if they wish.