First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)
FACULTY OF FISHERIES - Fisheries Engineering - Lisans
General Description
History

The first facility of The Fisheries faculty was 170 m2 after its establishment in 11.07.1992.The first students arrived in 1994-1995. At that time there were 15 staff in the Faculty. Moving to the main campus in 2002, the department was given 5000 m2., and a Master degree programme commenced. The Faculty has a unique programme, with a staff of 37, and every year welcoming 30 students.

Qualification Awarded

The Bachelor Degree in Fisheries Engineering ( first cycle in Fisheries Engineering) is awarded to the graduates who have successfully completed all courses in the curriculum.

Level of Qualification (Short Cycle , First Cycle , Second Cycle, Third Cycle)

Specific Admission Requirements

The general requirements are explained in the “General Admission Requirements” of Information in the Institution part are applicable for admission of students.

Specific Arrangements For Recognition Of Prior Learning (Formal, Non-Formal and Informal)

The rules and regulations for recognition of formal prior learning are well defined. Successful vocational school graduates wishing to continue their education in order to obtain a Bachelor Degree. If they are successful in the selection and the placement examination (DGS, i.e. vertical transfer examination) they are are admitted. The courses to be taken by these students are determined by the relevant department, on the basis of the courses they have completed in the programs from which they have graduated. Recognition of prior non-formal and in-formal learning is at the beginning stage in Turkish Higher Education Institutions. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan University, so the Department is no exception.

Qualification Requirements and Regulations

Students must obtain a grade point average of at least 2.00 out of 4.00 and successfully pass all courses on the programme (equivalent to a total of 240 ECTS).

Profile of The Programme

Faculty of Fisheries was founded in order to train researchers and technical people with a technological knowledge in Marine and Freshwater Sciences, Fisheries and Aquaculture areas, and to carry out research and write for publications. Besides the theoretical knowledge imparted to students, it also aims to provide useful services to our fishing and aquaculture sector. The Faculty aims to identify the problems related to fishermen and aquaculture enterprises in the area and provide solutions to solve their problems, and carry out extensive investigations. So, the Faculty established a close relationship between the fishermen and producers, which allows for cooperation in the region. To produce the necessary information to access the planned production goals, to develop methods and provide knowledge in the fisheries sector is seen as an important function of the Faculty. In addition to general knowledge, there are professional compulsory courses and elective courses based on student preference. Faculty graduates become qualified people who can identify problems and produce solutions related to fisheries based on individually or in groups based on inter-disciplinary.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples

Graduates of Fisheries Faculty can work at government and private industry institutions and farms including various units of the Ministry of Agriculture, fisheries businesses and aquaculture farms.

Access to Further Studies

The graduates holding a Bachelor’s Degree are eligible to apply to Master Degree programmes at national level and /or international level both in the same and in related disciplines.

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

Success in a course is determined by applying 40% of the mid-term exam and 60% of the final exam. In addition pre-determined individual activities for each course are added to the grades at determined ratios.

Graduation Requirements

Graduation requirements are explained in the section “Qualification Requirements and Regulations” .

Mode of Study (Full-Time, Part-Time, E-Learning )

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Address, Programme Director or Equivalent

Head of the Programme: Prof. Dr. Selami ŞAŞMAZ (Dean) Tel: +90 464 2233385/1406 Fax : +90 464 2234118 E-mail : selami.sasmaz@rize.edu.tr Vice Dean: Asst. Prof. Dr. Göktuğ DALGIÇ Tel : +90 464 2233385/1409 Fax : +90 464 2234118 E-mail : goktug.dalgic@rize.edu.tr Erasmus / ECTS Coordinator: Asst. Prof. Dr. İlker Zeki KURTOĞLU Tel: +90 464 2233385/1430 Fax : +90 464 2234118 E-mail : ilker.kurtoglu@rize.edu.tr Programme Secretary: Uğur GÜNGÖR Tel: +90 464 2233385/1414 Fax : +90 464 2234118 E-mail : ugur.gungor@rize.edu.tr

Facilities

There are 3 Professors, 4 Associate Professors, 10 Assistant Professors, and 15 Research Assistants in the faculty. There are 7 classrooms, 1 computer laboratory, 2 student laboratories. An Aquatic Toxicology Laboratory, Turkish Fish Museum, Aquarium Unit, Fisheries Biology, Histology and Age Determination Laboratory, Fish Processing and Feed Technology Laboratory, Moleculer Biology and Genetic Laboratory, Aquatic Chemistry Laboratory, Fish Health Laboratory, İyidere Research and Aplication Center is in use, and there is a 12 m length boat, the R/V RİZESUAR, which belongs to the faculty.

Key Learning Outcomes
1Su Ürünleri alanlarıyla ilgili kuramsal ve uygulamalı bilgilere sahip olabilme
2Deniz ve İç su Ekosistemi, biyo-çeşitlilik ve sürdürülebilir kaynak yönetimi, tasarım, planlama ve teknoloji kullanımına yönelik bilgileri edinebilme
3Su ürünleri refahı, yetiştiriciliği, avlama ve işleme konularında temel bilgilere sahip olabilme
4Temel mühendislik bilgilerine hakim olabilme
5Mesleki ve etik sorumluluk bilincine sahip olabilme
6Sorunları tanımlar, analiz eder, araştırmalara ve kanıtlara dayalı çözüm önerileri geliştirir ve neden-sonuç ilişkisi kurarak çözümleyebilme
7Su ürünlerinin yetiştiricilik, üretim, işleme ve kalite kontrol konularında projeler üretebilme
8Temel düzeyde İngilizce dil bilgisi edinerek alanındaki bilimsel çalışmaları izleyebilir ve meslektaşlarıyla iletişim kurabilme
9Alanıyla ilgili mevzuata hâkimdir ve bu mevzuata uygun davranarak strateji, politika ve uygulama planları geliştirir ve elde edilen sonuçları, toplam kalite yönetimi süreçleri çerçevesinde değerlendirebilme
10Deniz taşıtlarını kullanabilme yeterliliği için gerekli ön bilgilere sahip olabilme
11Uygulamalarda karşılaşılan ve öngörülemeyen sorunları çözmek için bireysel veya ekip üyesi olarak sorumluluk alır ve disiplinler arası çalışma yapabilme
12Elde ettiği verileri yorumlayabilme ve değerlendirebilme, sorunları tanımlayabilme, analiz edebilme, araştırmalara ve kanıtlara dayalı çözüm önerileri geliştirebilme becerilerine sahip olabilme
13Su ürünleri alanında ihtiyaç duyduğu bilgiye ulaşır, analitik düşünür, tasarım yapar ve edinilen bilgileri toplum yararına kullanabilme
14Alanıyla ilgili konularda ilgili kişi ve kurumları bilgilendirme ve sorunlara ilişkin çözüm önerilerini yazılı ve sözlü olarak aktarır ve toplumun bilinçlenmesine katkıda bulunabilme
15Alanının gerektirdiği düzeyde bilgisayar yazılımı ile birlikte bilişim ve iletişim teknolojilerini ileri düzeyde kullanabilme
16Çevresel, teknik, teknolojik ve ekonomik yönleri dikkate alarak su ürünleri temel bilimler, yetiştiricilik ve avlama ve işleme teknolojileri alanlarında plan ve proje hazırlama, uygulama, yönetme ve izleyebilme
Key Programme Learning Outcomes - NQF for HE in Turkey
TYYÇProgram Çıktıları
Course Structure Diagram with Credits
T : Theoretical P: Practice L : Laboratory
1. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
ATA101Atatürk Principles and Revolution History -ICompulsory2000375
ENF161Basic Information TechnologiesCompulsory2000375
KMY121ChemistryCompulsory2020375
YBD103Foreign Language-ICompulsory3000375
BIO121General BiologyCompulsory2020375
SUR101Introduction to The Engineering of Fisheries SciencesCompulsory1200375
MAT151MathematicsCompulsory3000375
TDL101Turkish Language - ICompulsory2000375
Total17240
2. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR102Aquatic PlantsCompulsory2000375
ATA102Atatürk Principles and Revolution History -IICompulsory2000375
SUR110EcologyCompulsory2000375
YBD104Foreign Language-IICompulsory3000375
SUR104Introduction to Project DrawningCompulsory1200375
SUR108Material and Equipment InformationCompulsory2000375
SUR106Swiming and LifesavingCompulsory1200375
TDL102Turkish Language-IICompulsory2000375
Total15400
3. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR213Aquatic InvertebratesCompulsory1020375
SECSUR03Elective Course Group 03Elective3000375
SUR205Fish BiologyCompulsory2020375
SUR207General MicrobiologyCompulsory2020375
SUR203GeneticsCompulsory2000375
SUR211MeterologyCompulsory2000375
SUR209OceanologyCompulsory2200375
SUR201StatisticsCompulsory1200375
Total15460
4. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR204BiochemistryCompulsory2000375
SECSUR04Elective Course Group 04Elective3000375
SUR210Fish SystematicsCompulsory2200375
SUR206Fisheries Vessels and EquipmenstCompulsory1200375
SUR214Introduction to Fluid MechanicsCompulsory2000375
SUR202LimnologyCompulsory2000375
SUR212PlanktonologyCompulsory1020375
SUR208Water Quality and ControlCompulsory2020375
Total15440
5. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR301Aquarium in Fish CultureCompulsory1200375
SUR305Aquatic Birds Reptiles and MammalsCompulsory2000375
SECSUR05Elective Course Group 05Elective3000375
SUR307Fisheries MechanisationCompulsory1200375
SUR303Fishing Gears and MethodsCompulsory2200375
SUR311Freshwater Fish CultureCompulsory2200375
SUR309Sea Food Processing TechnologyCompulsory1025375
STJ301Training CourseCompulsory0000375
Total12825
6. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR312Aquqculture of Aquatic InvertebratesCompulsory1200375
SUR308Design of Aquaculture FacilitiesCompulsory1200375
SECSUR06Elective Course Group 06Elective3000375
SUR310Fish DiseaseCompulsory2020375
SUR302Fishing Gear Design and Construction TechniqueCompulsory1200375
STJ302İnternship Compulsory0000375
SUR306Marine Fish CultureCompulsory1200375
SUR304Plankton CultureCompulsory1200375
Total101020
7. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR405Aquaculture Economics and MarketingCompulsory2002375
SUR407Dynamic of Fish PopulationCompulsory2200375
SECSUR07Elective Course Group 07Elective3000375
SUR401Fish Nutrition and Feed TechnologyCompulsory2200375
SUR403Fisheries Food ChemistryCompulsory2002375
SUR409Introduction to Graduate ThesisCompulsory0200375
STJ401Training CourseCompulsory0000375
Total11604
8. Semester
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SECSUR08Elective Course Group 08Elective3000375
SUR404Fisheries ManagementCompulsory2000375
SUR408Graduate ThesisCompulsory0200375
SUR402Maritime Law and Fisheries LegislationCompulsory2000375
SUR406Quality Control of Fisheries ProductsCompulsory1023375
STJ402Training CourseCompulsory0000375
Total8223
Elective Courses Group
Elective Course Group 03
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR215Fish Anatomy and MorphologyCompulsory3000375
SUR217Historic BiogeographyCompulsory3000375
YBD217VOCATIONAL ENGLISH-ICompulsory3000375
Elective Course Group 04
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR216History and Development of FisheriesCompulsory3000375
SUR218Biological Diversity and ConservancyCompulsory3000375
YBD214Vocational English-IICompulsory3000375
Elective Course Group 05
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR313Fish PharmacologyCompulsory3000375
SUR315Fish ToxicologyCompulsory3000375
SUR317Waste water and Environmental RelationCompulsory3000375
SUR319Fish BehaviourCompulsory3000375
SUR321The Usage of Additives in SeafoodCompulsory3002375
SUR323Project PreparationCompulsory3000375
Elective Course Group 06
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR314İnland Fisheries and ManagementCompulsory3000375
SUR316Harbours and PortsCompulsory3000375
SUR318Scube Diving-ICompulsory3000375
SUR320Population GeneticsCompulsory3000375
SUR322Fish PathologyCompulsory3000375
SUR324Fish Feeding PhysiologyCompulsory3000375
Elective Course Group 07
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR411Remote Sensing in FisheriesCompulsory3000375
SUR413Special Processing Technics in FisheriesCompulsory3002375
SUR415Aquaculture and EnvironmentCompulsory3000375
SUR417Fish Welfare ManagementCompulsory3000375
SUR419Aquaculture PracticesCompulsory3000375
SUR421Aquaculture of Alternative SpeciesCompulsory3000375
SUR423Recreational FisheriesCompulsory3000375
SUR425Su Ürünlerinde Biyoteknolojik UygulamalarCompulsory3000375
YBD401Vocational English - IIICompulsory3000375
Elective Course Group 08
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of CourseTPLECTSMufredatID
SUR410Design of Seafood Processing PlantsCompulsory3002375
SUR412Computer Applications in FisheriesCompulsory3000375
SUR414Sea EcologyCompulsory3000375
SUR416Exotic Organisms and Their Impact on EcosystemsCompulsory3000375
SUR418Coastal ManagementCompulsory3000375
SUR420Scube Diving-IICompulsory3000375
SUR422Fishes of TurkeyCompulsory3000375
SUR424Modelling and Monitoring of FisheriesCompulsory3000375
SUR426Gıda Kodeksi ve UygulamalarıCompulsory3000375
YBD402Vocational English-IVCompulsory3000375