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İTÜ Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering Undergraduate Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET,


Mission of PNGE

The mission of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering Department is to provide undergraduate and graduate level engineers, conduct research, and serve for the petroleum and natural gas industry and its relevant sectors worldwide, and to contribute for the sustainable development of the nation and for the commonalty in the utilization of subsurface energy resources.

In addition to fulfilling the objectives consistent with the department's mission, our vision is to keep our quality comparable to the highly credited departments of the internationally well-known universities.


 Educational Objectives

The educational objectives of the petroleum and natural gas engineering undergraduate program:
1.  Graduates will be competent engineers and/or researchers in the local and international
     petroleum, natural gas, and geothermal related industries and/or academia.
2.  Graduates will continuously develop skills to evolve in their jobs.
3.  Graduates will demonstrate high standards of ethical, environmental, and societal
     awareness with excellent communication skills.

Student Outcomes (Undergraduate)

Targeted outcomes of the program are:

1.  The acquisition and application of knowledge on mathematics, basic sciences, geosciences,
    and engineering sciences for the solution of petroleum, natural gas and geothermal
    engineering problems;

2.  The development of students' capabilities in ability to design experiments, systems,
     components and processes, and to analyze and interpret data;

3.  The development of students' ability in the awareness of health, safety, and environmental
     issues involved in technological implementations along with the professional and ethical

4.  The development of students' ability to conduct projects and work as a part of a team;

5.  The development and improvement of students' ability in oral and written communications
     and in using information technologies;

6.  The utilization of acquired broad education in the implementations of engineering and
     entrepreneurship in terms of legal, political, social and economical issues;

7.  The recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning with the
     awareness of contemporary issues.

 Department ABET contacts:
 Dr. Gürşat Altun, Associate Prof.
 Dr. Ö. İnanç Türeyen, Associate Prof.


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   2010-2016 Enrollment and graduation statisitcs