Chemical Technology, an associate degree program, was established in 1996 by the support of the World Bank. The curriculum is designed to provide students with a modern learning environment so that they can learn important hands-on skills and develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills in order to solve problems likely encountered by chemical technicians in the industry. The content of the courses are regularly updated according to the needs of the industry. Graduates of the program can be employed in chemistry processing factories, refineries, petrochemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, laboratories of analysis, quality control, research and development in all chemical industrial companies.
Graduates may also take the Central Placement Exam (DGS) and continue their education in related undergraduate degree programs of the universities in Turkey.