About Us

Civil engineering, one of the oldest and fundamental engineering branches of engineering science; it is an engineering branch that designs, builds and maintains the various structures emerging in line by resisting the environmental conditions and the challenging effects of the usage conditions with the needs and desires to provide services to individuals and the society.
Our department, with its qualified academician staff, in the fields of education and priority research; is a deep-rooted department that creates a common mind with its innovative, progressive, and stakeholders and provides systematic and effective undergraduate and postgraduate education in the field of Civil Engineering.
Our department's mission; to train civil engineers who can take part in various studies in the field at the national and international levels, are environmentally sensitive, have social and ethical awareness, and contribute to the development of society.
Areas of activity of civil engineering
* Substructures; Bridge, Road, tunnel, railway, airport, port.
* Water supply and distribution, sewerage network, water transmission lines.
* Construction of dam and pond for electricity generation, irrigation, and protection from natural disasters
* Basic design of structures, ground structures
* Design of structures, damage analysis of structures, repair and retrofitting.
* Inspection of structures
Civil engineers who combine materials and techniques to make and control all kinds of structures can find jobs in any sector where construction is taking place. Dam, Road, subway, airport, bridge, buildings, railway, tunnel, water network are some of the work areas. If they wish, they can obtain a master's degree and a doctorate after The Bachelor's degree.


The history of the Civil Engineering Department started education on 21 February 1976 under the name of "Isparta Academy of Engineering and Architecture". The Civil Engineering Department has five divisions: Structural Engineering, Hydraulics, Transportation, Geotechnics, Engineering Mechanics. The department conducts M.Sc and Ph.D. programs within the Institute of Science and Technology (School of Graduate Studies) in the areas of Structural Engineering, Hydraulics, Geotechnics, Transportation and Engineering Mechanics.


The department includes 11 Professors, 7 Associate Professor, 11 Assistant Professors, and 10 Research Assistant. There are six laboratories, supporting, teaching activities for undergraduate students and are used for conducting experimental works of the M.Sc. and Ph.D. students on their research activities.


       Transportation Laboratory,

       Steel Laboratory,

       Hydraulics Laboratory,

       Geotechnic Laboratory

       Structural Engineering Laboratory,

       Structural Materials Laboratory.


The Department of Structural

It is a branch of civil engineering studied in the subjects of carrier system design and structure analysis. Reinforced concrete structures, steel structures, wooden structures, masonry structures, structural analysis, dynamics of structure, and earthquake-resistant building design are its main areas of expertise. Purpose of a structural engineer or engineering; It is to dimension the structures under certain security, sufficient strength, rigidity, and ductility, in accordance with the economic and purpose. The structural engineer firstly acquires information about the purpose of the structure to be built. After determining the material to be used in the structure, it calculates the effect of the forces on the structure, creates the calculation model of the structure and sizes of the structural elements. Makes the static calculations of the structure taking into account the current regulations, specifications, and standards. Also, the structural engineer has the duty and authority to inspect the structure during the manufacture of the structure and to ensure that it is manufactured in accordance with the projects and specifications.


The Department of Hydraulic

The Department of Hydraulics is a sub-branch of the Civil Engineering Department that specializes in the solution of engineering problems related to water, planning, and management of surface water resources. It designs coastal-harbor structures, hydroelectric power structures and elements, storage tanks, irrigation and drainage projects, water distribution networks, and various infrastructure systems. Water, air, and soil are in constant interaction. Therefore, solutions for some natural events such as climate change, flood, and drought, solid matter transport, agglomeration are produced. Fort hat reason, it is an area where laboratory and field studies are important as well as theoretical studies. The Department of Hydraulics is divided into 3 fields: Coastal and Harbor Engineering, Hydromechanics and Water Resources.


The Department of Structural Material

Building Materials Division is one of the basic disciplines of civil engineering. It works on various engineering materials used for carrier purposes such as cement, steel, concrete, wood, and for non-bearing purposes such as water, heat, and sound insulation. It is the science that researches and develops the physical, chemical, and mechanical properties of these materials, and gives information about the selection of materials for their proper use in the structure. Determining the strengths, weaknesses of these materials under various conditions, elimination of these weaknesses, if possible, granulometry, if used as a mixture and determining their standards and designing and producing new materials, are among the fields of study of this department.


The Department of Transportation

Transportatıon is an integral and integrative component of the everyday life of individuals and societies. The tasks and tools used to perform a displacement action for a specific purpose receive the transport name as a whole. The department of transportation is an engineering branch engaged in the planning, design, and operation of various transportation systems and components that will ensure safe, adequate, convenient, and economical transport of humans and load. Considering the size of the department of interest and differences in their subjects, the obligation to divide it into sub-units emerges. In this sense, there are different working areas within the department of transportation. Some of these workspaces are;
·      Highway and Airport Superstructure Design
·      Geometric Planning of Highways
·      High-Speed Railways
·      Transportation Engineering Economy
·      Airport Planning
·      Design Traffic Management
With all these characteristics, the Department of Transportation is a rich and dynamic workspace. Undergraduate, master's, and doctoral educations are provided for students to be educated in the field of the Transportation Department.


The Department of Geotechnics

Geotechnical engineering is a science with too wide application field. It is one of the most important branches of engineering that ensures the compatibility of the foundation systems of all reinforced concrete, wood, steel, and soil or composite structures in or on soil with the structure both under static loads and dynamic loads. Geotechnical engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with the analysis, design, and construction of foundations, underground structures, deep excavations, slopes, retaining structures, embankments, tunnels, wharf, and levee structures, earth dams and other systems that are made of or are supported by soil or rock. Geotechnical engineering includes researches that range from analytical and numerical investigation of geotechnical problems in nature to structural modeling, experimental modeling, and design and it is a sub-discipline of civil engineering. Geotechnology plays an important role in all civil engineering projects built on or in the ground and it is vital for the assessment of natural hazards such as earthquakes, liquefaction, rockfalls, and landslides. In addition, geotechnical engineering includes researches that ranges from the design of foundations and temporary excavation supports to route selection for railways and highways and from regular waste disposal to groundwater contamination.