Air Conditioning and Cooling Technology

Genel Görünüm


Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Program, Mersin University, Vocational School of Technical Sciences is within the World Bank in 1992, HEC-II. Industrial Education in the framework of the project opened, taking students in the 1994-1995 academic year began Formal Education. Opened in 1998-1999 Academic Year along with the second still Formal Education and Secondary Education program is carried out.

Qualification Awarded

Air Conditioning  Refrigeration Technician

Level of Qualification

Asociate Degree

Recognition of Prior Learning

Part of the compulsory curriculum for English lessons contained in the exemption exam is held at the beginning of each semester. Those who pass the exam course for students who are exempt from the related course. In addition, new students enrolling in the program if there are any earlier in Higher Education program of courses they have taken and passed, Mersin University Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Examination Regulation 14 In the circumstances specified in Article may be exempted.

Qualification Requirements and Regulations

Electricity and Energy in the field of undergraduate degree to obtain student is required to provide conditions: a) in the curriculum of all courses (a total of 120 ECTS) at least DD with a degree to the past, b) student before 2015 had a cumulative gross point average of at least 2.00 out of 4.00, 2015 and after students have achieved over 60 average of 100 c) completed the compulsory practical placement period of 40 days and had a passing grade for the reports prepared for these placements.

Profile of the Programme

This program, homes, businesses and industrial facilities air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration plant establishment, operation and maintenance technicians responsible to train. Grown this technicians, mechanical engineers and technicians and skilled workers with adequate technical knowledge with practical skills as well as intermediate element is designed to address the need. Even in some small and medium-sized enterprises technicians, the company's senior technical staff and consequently be able to assume the role of leadership and management. On the other hand, students who complete this program, the central system is successful in the vertical pass exam is also possible to continue licensing department. The program's faculty for two years.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Electricity and Energy department graduates about the profession in the public and private sector are employed in many areas and can establish their own businesses.

Access to Further Studies

Candidates who successfully complete the associate degree vertical pass the exam if they get enough points from the relevant undergraduate programs in universities can see.

Examination, Assessment and Grading Regulations

Students midterm exam for each course, semester work (projects, seminars, quizzes, homework, or a second mid-term) and are subject to the final exam. Success grade, midterm exam and final exam 40% contribution in the form of the contribution is 60%. All exams are graded out of 100 points and the final exam is required to obtain at least 50 points. Students at the end of each semester, he failed courses by semester supplementary examinations may enter from. From a course (AA), (BA), (BB), (CB) and (CC) one of the students taking the course are considered to have succeeded.

Graduation Requirements

The program is available (a total value of 120 ECTS credits) successfully completed all courses and achieve a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.00 and 40 business days which is granted to students who have completed vocational training.

Departmental Facilities

YÖK-established under the World Bank Project Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Labs, Classrooms and Computer Labs facilities are available.

Publications in International Scientific Journals(last two years)

8. Kepir, Y.; Kara, M. Influence of hydrothermal conditions on the mechanical properties of hybrid composite pipes. JOURNAL OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS, 2024, 58, 119-131.
7. Günöz, A.; Kara, M. . WILEY, 2024, , -.
6. Uyaner, M.; Kara, M.; Kepir, Y.; Günöz, A. . SPRINGER SCIENCE AND BUSINESS MEDIA LLC, 2023, 47, 595-610.
5. Kara, M.; Coşkun, T.; Günöz, A. Effect of WC particles on the mechanical behavior and machinability of aluminum matrix composites. SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 2022, 236, 10122-10130.
4. Kara, M.; Nomer, A.; Kepir, Y.; Günöz, A.; Avcı, A. Low-energy repeated impact response of nanoparticle reinforced carbon fiber epoxy composite pipes. ELSEVIER BV, 2022, 299, 116100-.
3. Kara, M.; Coşkun, T.; Günöz, A. Influence of B4C on Enhancing Mechanical Properties of AA2014 Aluminum Matrix Composites. SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 2022, 236, 2536-2545.
2. Kara, M.; Tatar, A.; Kırıcı, M.; Kepir, Y.; Günöz, A.; Avcı, A. . SAGE PUBLICATIONS, 2022, 56, 4635-4644.
1. Kepir, Y.; Günöz, A.; Kara, M. . POLYMER COMPOSITES, 2022, 43, 5047-5058.

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