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" BUS408Non-Governmental Organizations
This course explores concepts, analytical tools, management practices in NGO's. NGO's goods and services to business markets in domestic and global environments

" BUS409Corporate Governance & Family Business
(Prereq:BUS108) Nature of corporate governance and family business. How to manage the family business. Research, presentation and debates about corporate governance and family business.

" BUS418Small Business Seminar
(Prereq: BUS 307, BUS 308, BUS 315) How to start and manage your own business. The types of small business enterprises. Establishing and managing a small business. Preparing business plans. Presentations and case studies.

" BUS419Research Methods in Business
(Prereq: BUS205, BUS206) Examines research designs commonly used in business decision making. Topics include survey, observation, data analysis, sampling, and quasi-experiments as they relate to problems in an organizational setting. Students submit a research proposal as part of the course requirements.

ACCT101Introduction to Accounting
Accounting and bookkeeping, accounting statements, the balance sheet equation, effects of transactions on the accounting equation, mechanics of double-entry accounting, the general journal, posting of transactions, trial balance, adjusting entries and preparing statements, financial analysis using accounting data to control and evaluate monetary results of business activities.

AE102Engineering Drawing
Freehand sketching techniques, use of scales, model representation. Orthographic projection. Dimensioning and sectioning. Solid. Modeling. 3-D drawings. Assembly and working drawings. Tolerancing. Threaded parts, keys, springs, rivets, piping layouts. CATIA is introduced and used throughout the course with coverage of advanced modeling tools.

AE201Introduction to Automotive Eng.
The automotive engineering profession, mechanical design, technical problem-solving and communication skills, forces in structures and machines, materials and stresses, fluids engineering, thermal and energy systems

AE202Strength of Materials I
Simple stress and strain. Equilibrium, compatibility and constitutive relations, state of stress and state of strain with emphasis on two dimensional problems. Bending and shear stresses. Shear and bending moment diagrams by integrating and section method. Deflection of beams.

AE203Materials Science
Introduction to materials science and engineering. Atomic structure and interatomic bonding. Crystal and amorphous structures inmaterials. Imperfections in solids. Thermally activated processes and diffusion in solids. Mechanical properties of metals. Phase diagrams and transformations. Engineering alloys. Polymeric materials. Ceramics and composite materials. Corrosion. Electrical, thermal, magnetic and optical properties of materials

AE204Manufacturing Technology I
Introduction and Overview of Manufacturing. the Nature of Major Materials. Mechanical & physical properties of materials. Dimensions, Surfaces, and their Measurement. Engineering Materials used in Manufacturing. Overview of casting technology, and metal casting processes. Shaping Processes For Plastics and Polymers. Rubber-Processing Technology.

AE205Statics
Introduction to rigid body mechanics, equivalent force systems. Concepts of moment, couple, resultant. Equilibrium; Free body diagram; equations of equilibrium. Structural analysis; trusses; beams. Properties of surfaces. Area moment and cancroids; moment and product of inertia; principal directions.

AE206Dynamics
Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies: absolute motion, relative motion. Kinetics of particles: equation of motion, work-energy and impulse-momentum. Systems of particles. Kinetics of rigid bodies: Euler's equation, plane motion of rigid bodies, kinetic energy of rigid bodies. Introduction to the dynamics of vibrating systems.

AE301Thermodynamics
Properties of pure substances, phase change, equation of state. Concepts of energy transfer by heat, work and mass. Entropy. 1st and 2nd law of Thermodynamics and their applications to common thermal devices such as heat exchangers, turbines, compressors. and nozzles. Basic power and refrigeration thermodynamic cycles: Otto, Diesel, Brayton, Rankine and vapor compression. refrigeration cycles.

AE302Manufacturing Technology II
Powder Metallurgy and Processing of Ceramics and Cermets Fundamental of Bulk forming; rolling, extrusion, drawing, forging. Sheet metal forming; Bending, Cutting, Deep Drawing, and others. Machining operations and machine tools;Turning, Milling, Drilling, Planing and shaping, Boaring, Broaching and gear manufacturing. Cutting-Tool Technology. Heat Treatment Of Metals. Surface Processing Operations. Joining and Assembly Processes; welding, brazing, soldering, and mechanical assembly. Production planning and control.

AE303Electronic Systems in Vehicles
Battery, ignition systems. Starter and alternators. Light and signal systems. Klaxon, wipers, warning systems and displays. Principles of electronic control units: block diagrams, design stages. Micro-processors, switching transistors, communication protocols between electronic systems. CAN-bus system. Electronic transmission systems.

AE304Internal Combustion Engines
Engine types and their operations. Thermochemistry of air-fuel mixtures. Ideal models of engine cycles. Gas exchange processes. Engine fuel metering and manifold phenomena. Combustion in gasoline and diesel engines. Pollutant formation and control. Engine friction and lubrication. New technologies and alternative fuels.

AE305Strength of Materials II
Torsion of circular shafts. Combined stresses. Buckling, Stress and strain in axial loading. Torsion. Pure bending and transverse loading. Stress and strain transformations. Design of beams for strength. Deflection of beams. Columns. Energy methods

AE306Heat Transfer
Principles of heat transfer and their applications. Heat conduction in stationary systems. Transient Heat Conduction. Heat transfer associated with laminar flow and turbulence flow of fluids in forced and natural convection

AE307Theory of Machines
Fundamentals of Motion and Vibration. Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems without dampers and equivalent systems. Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems with viscous and coulomb dampers. Harmounically excited vibration of a single degree of freedom vibration. Determining the equation of motion of a 1 DOF system using energy methods. Vibration under general forcing conditions. Two degrees of freedom system. Determining the equation of motion of systems using Lagrange method. Determination of Natural frequencies and Mode shapes.

AE308Vehicle Component Design
Mechanical design of the power transmission system and chassis components. Powertrain system, vehicle performance data, requirements of a vehicle transmission system. Vehicle loads, evaluation of engine drive ratios. Planetary gears: speed diagram, torque calculation. Geared transmissions. Mechanical shift gear boxes. Automatic transmissions: mechanical design, shifting components. Drive shaft. Clutch and couplings. Design of the chassis components: tires and wheels, brakes, suspensions, steering. A term design project is completed by the students.

AE309Machine Design I
Introduction to design of machinery; Kinematics, Kinetics, and the desing process. Fundamental of Kinematics; Degree of freedom, Types of motion, Grashof condition. Graphical and Algebraic Position analysis in various linkages. Graphical and Analytical analysis of velocity in linkages. Velocity Analysis with Instant Centers. Graphical and Analytical Acceleration Analysis in fourbar linkages. Corriolis acceleration in linkages. Cam design with velocity and acceleration analysis. Gear trains ; Gear types, Gear tooth, simple and compound gear trains.

AE310Machine Design II
Introduction to Newton's law of motion and dynamic models. Dynamic force analysis for fourbar and fourbar slider-crank linkages. Static and Dynamic balancing in mechanisms. Engine dynamics and engine design; equivalent masses, and inertia and shaking forces. Flywheels and balancing the single cilynder engine. Multicylinder Engine design, the crank phase diagrams and shaking forces and tourques in two stroke and four stroke engines, balancing engines. Dynamic force analysis of cam followers and measuring dynamic force and accelerations.

AE401Graduation Project I
Design or research projects are assigned including application and synthesis. The projects including prototype production are especially encouraged. Students may work alone or as a team. Supervisors and jury members grades the projects by considering the studies during the semester, project report and presentation

AE402Graduation Project II
Design or research projects are assigned including application and synthesis. The projects including prototype production are especially encouraged. Students may work alone or as a team. Supervisors and jury members grades the projects by considering the studies during the semester, project report and presentation

AE403Modelling of Automative Control Systems
Introduction to system dynamics and control. Closed and open loop controls. Laplace transform. Transfer function and state-space approach to modeling dynamic systems. Analyses and modeling of mechanical, electrical, electromechanical, fluid and thermal systems. Bode diagrams. Root-Locus analysis. Frequency-response analysis. Transient and steady-state response analyses. PID controls. Typical actuators and transducers. Control law.

AE404Vehicle Dynamics
Driving and road handling in vehicles. Motion in longitudinal, transverse and perpendicular directions. Tire and wheel fundamentals. Effects of design changes on driving stability and road handling. Stable and unstable road handling. Steering system. Slip angle and steering wheel effect. Low and over steering. Driving characteristics of four wheel drive vehicles. Vehicle ride models. Analytical vehicle and road models. Statistical driving characteristics. Driving quality measures. Classification and analysis of suspension systems: Active and passive suspension systems.

AE405Quality Planning & Control
Introduction to quality control, statistical process control, sampling techniques, mean and R charts, determining sample sizes, mean and standard deviation charts, run tests, quality control circles, total quality management

AE406Mechatronics
Integrated use of mechanical, electrical, and computer systems for information processing and control of machines and devices. Sensors and transducers. Actuators: Servo-motors, stepper motors, DC motors. Digital and analog circuits. Interfacing microcomputers with sensors and actuators. Microcontroller programming

AEB101Antrenörlük Eğitimine Giriş
Antrenörlüğün tanımı, antrenörlük ilkeleri, antrenörlük felsefesi, antrenör tipolojileri, Antrenör eğitiminin ön koşulları. Antrenörlerin çalışma alanlarında karşılaşacağı sorunlar ve çözüm yolları. Antrenörlerin görevleri gibi ana başlıkları kapsar.

AEB102Spor Fizyolojisi I
Bu dersin amacı öğrencilere; kas hücresini tanıtmak, kas kasılması sürecini, kas fibril tiplerini ve egzersizin tipine göre ortaya çıkacak değişimleri anlamasını sağlamak, kasılma tiplerini ve egzersizle ilişkisini kavratmak, enerji üretim yollarını, egzersiz ve toparlanma sürecinde enerji üretimini, dolaşım sisteminin, solunum sisteminin, kanın, hormonların akut ve kronik egzersizdeki değişimlerini öğrenmesini sağlamaktır.

AEB103İnsan Anatomisi
İnsan vücudunu meydana getiren hücre, doku, organlar, sistemler ve hareket sisteminin yapıları, anatomik terimler ve kavramlar, düzlemler, eksenler, baş, boyun, gövde, üst ve alt kısımların hareketleri ve harekete katılan kasların kasılması sırasındaki fonksiyonları tanımlayabilme ve, meydana getirdikleri eklem hareketleri, sportif hareketlerin kinesiyolojik analizleri ile gözlemleyebilme bu dersin temel hedefidir.

AEB104Kinesyoloji
Bu dersin amacı öğrencilere; insan hareketini meydana getiren organ/organ sistemlerinin yapısı ve fonksiyonlarının özelliklerini öğretmek.

AEB105Spor Tarihi Ve Olimpizm
Spor, Beden Eğitimi, Oyun ve Hareketin tarihsel kökenleri, çeşitli çağlarda spora bakış açıları, Antik Olimpiyatlar ve Modern Olimpiyatların ortaya çıkışı, Fair Play ve Olimpizm kavramları ele alınmaktadır.

AEB106Genel Psikoloji
Psikolojinin temel kavramlarını tanıtmak, insan davranışı konusunda içgörü kazandırmak amacıyla bilim dalı olarak psikolojinin amaçları, kalıtım çevre ilişkisi, psikolojik gelişim ve aşamaları, çocuklukta bilişsel gelişim, kişilik ve sosyal gelişim, bilinç, algı, dikkat, öğrenme, hafıza, dil gelişimi, davranışın kaynaklarında güdüler ve heyecan konularının ele alınması hedeflenir.

AEB107Genel Cimnastik Eğitimi
Çeşitli cimnastik araçları kullanılarak temel motorsal özelliklerin geliştirilmesi, cimnastiğe özgü sportif ısınma, temel çalışma şekilleri, kondisyonel ve koordinatif özelliklerin geliştirilmesi hedeflenmektedir.

AEB108Oyunla Hareket Eğitimi
Çocuk gelişiminin önemli unsurlarından olan oyunlar, sağlıklı yaşamın temeli olan hareket olanaklarının yaş kategorilerine uygun oyunlarla düzenlenmesi, oyunların psikomotor gelişime katkıları ele alınmaktadır.

AEB109Özel Spor Dalı I
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünya da bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının(günlük,haftalık,aylık,dönemlik,yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel,psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini ,motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

AEB110Yüzme Eğitimi
Su ortamına alışma, solunum egzersizleri, yüzme teknikleri için temel hareketler ve serbest, sırtüstü,kurbağa ve kelebek yüzme stillerinin öğretimi ve yüzme öğretim teknikleri ele alınmaktadır.

AEB112Özel Spor Dalı II
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünya da bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının(günlük,haftalık,aylık,dönemlik,yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel,psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini ,motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

AEB201Psikomotor Gelişim
Psikomotor davranışlarda ortaya çıkan yaşlara bağlı değişimler, büyüme, olgunlaşma, hazır bulunuşluk, gelişim kavramlarının incelenmesi, koordinatif ve kondisyonel gelişimlerin yaşlara bağlı değişimi psikomotor gelişim araçları ve ortamlarının incelenmesi kavramları incelenmektedir.

AEB202Antrenman Bilimine Giriş
Farklı spor dallarında performans gelişimine katkıda bulunan antrenman olgusunun önemi, branşlardaki farklı görünümler, spor dallarına göre ortak grupların genel özellikleri, antrenmanın tanımı, amaçları, antrenmanın ilkeleri ele alınmaktadır.

AEB203Spor Fizyolojisi II
Bu derste, yükseklik ve su altı fizyolojisinin egzersizle olan ilişkisi, sürantrenman , sporda çevresel faktörler, kadın ve spor, çocuk ve spor ilişkileri , sporda testlerin yeteneğin saptanmasında ve performasın gelişmindeki rolü ve sporcu beslenmesi ele alınmaktadır.

AEB204Motor Öğrenme
Sporda karşılanan ister basit, ister karmaşık düzeyde farklı hareketlerin öğrenim aşamalarındaki başta nörolojik ve psikolojik olmak üzere sibernetik vb. tüm süreçlerin incelenmesini ve spor dallarına göre gelişim aşamalarındaki farklı öğrenim modellerinin açıklamalarını içerir.

AEB205Spor Psikolojisi I
Spor psikolojisinin tarihi, konusu ve spor psikologunun görevleri, algılama ve dikkat, konsantrasyon, motivasyon, sporda kişilik, kaygı-korku ve stres ve bunlarla başa çıkabilme stratejileri, motivasyon ve artırma teknikleri, liderlik, sporda özgüven ve özyeterlik ve hedef belirleme.

AEB206Spor Psikolojisi II
Spor psikolojisinin tarihi, konusu ve spor psikologunun görevleri, algılama ve dikkat, konsantrasyon, motivasyon, sporda kişilik, kaygı-korku ve stres ve bunlarla başa çıkabilme stratejileri, motivasyon ve artırma teknikleri, liderlik, sporda özgüven ve özyeterlik ve hedef belirleme.

AEB207Sporda Egojenik Yardımcılar
Sporda performansı arttırmak amacıyla kullanılan; doping sınıfına giren ve girmeyen (ergojenik) madde ve yöntemlerin tanınması , günümüzde sıklıkla kullanılmakta olan önemli ergojenik madde ve yöntemlerin yapı, fonksiyon ve metabolizmaları , bunların sağlık ve egzersiz performansı üzerindeki olumlu ya da olumsuz etkileri, temel beslenme kriterleri ışığında farklı çevresel koşullar ve değişik spor dallarındaki performans için daha verimli ve zararsız beslenme modifikasyonları , gereksiz mali harcamaların önlenmesi ve bu alandaki bilimsel ve teknolojik gelişmeleri takip edilebilmesini sağlayan konular ele alınmaktadır.

AEB208Spor Biyomekaniği
İnsanoğlunun temel hareket becerilerinin ve bu becerileri kapsayan tüm sportif hareketlerin temelinde bulunan fizik yasalarının daha yüksek performans elde edilmesine yönelik, mekanik, ergonomi, kinematik, aerodinamik, hidrodinamik gibi bu yasaların alt başlıklarının spor alanında kullanılmasına yönelik bilgileri kapsamaktadır.

AEB209Egzersiz Biyokimyası
Antrenman ve müsabakalar sırasında gerekli olan temel enerji kaynakları, enerji kaynaklarının farklı spor dallarında ve farklı yüklenme şiddet, süre ve sıklıklarına gore kullanımı ve benzeri konular ele alınmaktadır.

AEB210Atletizm
Temel atletik becerilern yanı sıra koşular, atmalar, atlamalar gibi farklı atletizmin disiplinlerinin öğretilmesine yönelik konuları ve bu bilgilerin başka spor dallarının başarılarıyla ilişkileri açısından ele alınmasına yönelik konuları kapsar.

AEB211Özel Spor Dalı III
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünya 'da bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının (günlük, haftalık, aylık, dönemlik, yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel, psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini, motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

AEB212Özel Spor Dalı IV
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünyada bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının( günlük,haftalık,aylık,dönemlik,yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel,psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini , motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

AEB213(a Grubu) Seçmeli Uygulamalı Ders I
Açık hava sporlarının mevsimsel riskleri göz önünde tutularak genelde kapalı alanlarda gerçekleştirilecek, özel spor dalının dışında olup, özel spor dalının bilgi içeriğine katkıda bulunacağı düşünülen spor dallarını kapsamaktadır. Bu spor dallarının genel tanıtımı, tarihçeleri, temel teknik ve taktik kavramları, müsabaka performanslarının gereklilikleri gibi önemli başlıkları kapsamaktadır.

AEB214(b Grubu) Seçmeli Uygulamalı Ders II
Zengin uygulama alanı bulunan açık hava sporlarının, mevsimsel avantajlarda göz önüne alınarak tanıtılmalarını ve özel spor dalının dışında olup, özel spor dalının bilgi içeriğine katkıda bulunacağı düşünülen spor dallarını kapsamaktadır. Bu spor dallarının genel tanıtımı, tarihçeleri, temel teknik ve taktik kavramları, müsabaka performanslarının gereklilikleri gibi önemli başlıkları kapsamaktadır.

AEB215Ritim Eğitimi Ve Dans
Her spor dalının temelinde bulunan ve teknik kapasitenin gelişimine katkıda bulunan koordinatif yetilerin en önemlilerinden olan ritim yeteneğinin geliştirilmesini sağlayan egzersizlerin ve araçların kullanımı ele alınmaktadır. Bu ders aynı zamanda ritim eğitimin en önemli araçlarından olan müzik ritimleri ve bunların önemli formlarından olan farklı dans etkinlikleri gibi konuları kapsamaktadır.

AEB216Spor Felsefesi
Felsefenin sorunlarını, spor felsefesinin tarihsel gelişimini, spor sağlık,spor eğitim,spor ekonomi ilişkilerinin spor felsefesi kapsamında değerlendirilmesi,bedensel ,estetik haz elde etmenin oyun ile ilişkilendirmesi, oyun ve spor kavramlarının ahlak ve etik kavramıyla nasıl bağdaşması gerektiğinin belirlenmesi gibi konular ele alınmaktadır.

AEB301Antrenman Bilimi I
Antrenman ve müsabakalarda gerekli olan enerji kaynakları, antrenman yüklenmelerinin ilkeleri ve yüklenme yöntemleri ile kondisyonel ve koordinatif biomotor yetilere giriş gibi konular ele alınmaktadır.

AEB302Antrenman Bilimi II
Temel koordinatif biyomotor yetilerin ve sürat, dayanıklılık, kuvvet gibi kondisyonel biyomotor yetilerin açıklanması, bu özellikleri farklı spor dallarındaki görünümleri ve nasıl geliştirileceklerine ilişkin konuları kapsamaktadır.

AEB303Spor Sosyolojisi
Sosyoloji biliminin ışığında spor ve sosyoloji ilişkisinin irdelenmesi, toplumsal bir olgu olarak sporun ele alınması ve incelenmesi,spor ve sosyalleşme,spor ve çocuk, spor ve cinsiyet,sosyal sınıflar ve spor ,sporda şiddet, fair play kavramlarının spor sosyolojisi içerisinde incelenmesi.

AEB304Sporda Çağdaş Öğretim Yöntemleri
Genel öğretim Yöntemlerinin Kuramlarından yola çıkarak, spor dallarına özgü farklılaşmaları da göz önüne alan çağdaş öğretim yöntemlerinin spor dallarının farklı yaş gruplarında ve üzt düzey öğretiminde nasıl uygulanacağı konuları ele alınmaktadır.

AEB305Sporda Yönetim Ve Organizasyon
Spor birimlerinin, spora hizmet eden tüm kamu ve özel nitelikteki kuruluşların amaçlarının, teşkilat yapılarının, yönetim modellerinin, organizasyonlar içerisinde bulunuş biçimlerinin irdelenmesi, ulusal ve uluslararası organizasyonların hazırlık aşamalarının nasıl gerçekleştirildiğinin bilinmesi ve uygulama örneklerinin aktarılması.

AEB306Spor Bilimlerinde İstatistik
Sportif performansın somut değerlendirmelerinde yararlanılabilecek ve spor alanındaki üzt düzey araştırmalarda yararlanılabilecek istatistik kavramların incelenmesi ve farklı istatistik yazılımların kullanılması konularını içerir.

AEB307Fitness Uygulamaları I
Bu dersin amacı, toplum sağlığını korumak adına özel fiziksel aktiviteler için, bilimsel kanıtlara dayalı metotları ve teknikleri öğretmek ve geliştirmek, toplumun her kesimi için etkili ve güvenli fiziksel aktivitenin gerekliliklerini kavratmak ve duyarlı sağlık profesyonellerini yaratmaktır.

AEB308Fitness Uygulamaları II
Bu dersin amacı, toplum sağlığını korumak adına özel fiziksel aktiviteler için, bilimsel kanıtlara dayalı metotları, teknikleri öğretmek ve geliştirmek, toplumun her kesimi için etkili ve güvenli fiziksel aktivitenin gerekliliklerini kavratmak ve duyarlı sağlık profesyonellerini yaratmaktır.

AEB309Bilimsel Araştırma Yöntemleri
Bilim ve temel kavramlar (olgu, bilgi, mutlak, doğru, yanlış, evrensel bilgi v.b.), bilim tarihine ilişkin temel bilgiler, bilimsel araştırmanın yapısı, bilimsel yöntemler ve bu yöntemlere ilişkin farklı görüşler, problem, araştırma modeli, evren ve örneklem, verilerin toplanması ve veri toplama yöntemleri (nicel ve nitel veri toplama teknikleri), verilerin kaydedilmesi, analizi, yorumlanması ve raporlaştırılması.

AEB310Topluma Hizmet Uygulamaları
Üniversite ortamında kazanılan gerek mesleki gerekse de genel kültürel bilgilerin içinde yaşanılan topluma katkıda bulunmak üzere özenle seçilerek belediyeler, okullar, huzurevleri, çocuk yetiştirme merkezleri vb. alanlarda hazırlanmış projelerle hayata geçirilmesine yönelik planlamaları kapsar.

AEB311Okul Takımı Deneyimi (staj I)
Antrenörlük eğitimine ilişkin okulda kazanılan bilgilerin, orta öğretim okullarının yarışmacı okul takımlarında nasıl uygulanacağının antrenör eğitmenleri gözetiminde yapılması ve uygulamalara yönelik ortaya çıkabilecek eksikliklerin giderilmesi önlemlerini kapsamaktadır.

AEB312Resmi Organizasyonlar Deneyimi (staj Iı)
Antrenörlük eğitimine ilişkin okulda kazanılan bilgilerin, belediyelerin, halk eğitim merkezleri vb. resmi organizasyonların takımlarında nasıl uygulanacağının antrenör eğitmenleri gözetiminde yapılması ve uygulamalara yönelik ortaya çıkabilecek eksikliklerin giderilmesi önlemlerini kapsamaktadır.

AEB313Özel Spor Dalı V
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünya da bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının( günlük,haftalık,aylık,dönemlik,yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel,psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini ,motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

AEB314Özel Spor Dalı VI
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünya da bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının( günlük,haftalık,aylık,dönemlik,yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel,psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini, motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

AEB315(a Grubu) Seçmeli Uygulamalı Ders III
Açık hava sporlarının mevsimsel riskleri göz önünde tutularak genelde kapalı alanlarda gerçekleştirilecek, özel spor dalının dışında olup, özel spor dalının bilgi içeriğine katkıda bulunacağı düşünülen spor dallarını kapsamaktadır. Bu spor dallarının genel tanıtımı, tarihçeleri, temel teknik ve taktik kavramları, müsabaka performanslarının gereklilikleri gibi önemli başlıkları kapsamaktadır.

AEB316(b Grubu) Seçmeli Uygulamalı Ders IV
Zengin uygulama alanı bulunan açık hava sporlarının, mevsimsel avantajlarda göz önüne alınarak tanıtılmalarını ve özel spor dalının dışında olup, özel spor dalının bilgi içeriğine katkıda bulunacağı düşünülen spor dallarını kapsamaktadır. Bu spor dallarının genel tanıtımı, tarihçeleri, temel teknik ve taktik kavramları, müsabaka performanslarının gereklilikleri gibi önemli başlıkları kapsamaktadır.

AEB401Sporda Ölçme Ve Değerlendirme
Sportif performansın değerlendirilmesinde çeşitli bilimsel ölçüm tekniklerinin ele alındığı ve bu ölçüm sonuçlarının istatistiksel işlemler uygulanarak bilimsel nitelikli hale getirilmesi konularını kapsamaktadır.

AEB402Çocuk Ve Gençlerde Antrenörlük
Fiziksel, psikolojik ve mental açıdan yetişkinlerden büyük farklılıklar gösteren çocuk ve gençlerin antrenmanlarının yaş gruplarına bağlı olarak açıklamalarını içerir.

AEB403Antrenman Bilimi III
Farklı spor dallarına göre antrenman planlaması ve peryodlaması kavramları, uzun surely antrenman planları, makroplan, mezoplan, mikroplan, günlük antrenman planlamaları gibi kavramlar ele alınmaktadır.

AEB404Antrenman Bilimi IV
Spor dalındaki antrenman çeşitleri açısından dünyadan örneklerin incelenmesi, sürantrenman, yükseklik antrenmanları, detraining ve retraining ve performans testleri gibi konular ele alınmaktadır.

AEB405Spor Yaralanmalarından Korunma Ve İlk Yardım
Bu dersin amacı öğrencilerinin; farklı spor branşlarında sık görülen yaralanmalarının mekanizmaları hakkında bilgi sahibi olmalarını, ilk yardım ilkelerini bilmelerini ve önlemeye yönelik tedbir alabilmelerini sağlamaktır.

AEB406Sporda Müsabaka Ve Antrenman Analizleri
Sporda performansın anahtar faktörlerinin neler olduğunun incelenmesi, yüksek teknoloji gerektiren performans analiz yöntemlerinin incelenmesi ve bu incelemelerden çıkan sonuçlara göre antrenmanların yönlendirilmesi konularını içerir.

AEB407Spor Masajı
Sporda masajın önemi kavrayarak vücud bölümlerine ve spor branşına göre masaj yaptırabilme, masaj ilkelerini öğrenerek gelişmeleri takip edebilme becerisine sahip olabilme.

AEB408Sporcu Beslenmesi
Bu dersin amacı öğrencilere; elit olan ve olmayan sporculara yönelik üst düzey beslenme bilgilerini öğretmek, farklı spor branşları için beslenme tiplerini incelemek, müsabaka öncesi ve sonrası gıda alım stratejilerini kavrayabilmektir.

AEB409İletişim Becerileri
Kişiler arası iletişimin tanımı, iletişim modelleri, kişiler arası iletişimi kolaylaştıran, zorlaştıran etkenler,duyguların iletişimdeki rolü,iletişimde dikkat edilmesi gereken önemli hususlar,iletişim uygulamalarının aktarılması.

AEB410Kinantropometri
Hareketin en önemli kaynakları olan lokomotor sisteme ait antropometrik ölçümleri ve bu ölçümlerden elde edilen sonuçların normlandırılması gibi kavramların incelenmesi konuları ele alınmaktadır.

AEB411Kulüp Deneyimi (staj Iıı)
Antrenörlük eğitimine ilişkin okulda kazanılan bilgilerin, farklı düzeyden yarışmacı kulüplerin her yaş kategorisindeki takımlarında nasıl uygulanacağının antrenör eğitmenleri gözetiminde yapılması ve uygulamalara yönelik ortaya çıkabilecek eksikliklerin giderilmesi önlemlerini kapsamaktadır.

AEB412Kulüp Deneyimi (staj Iv)
Antrenörlük eğitimine ilişkin okulda kazanılan bilgilerin, farklı düzeyden yarışmacı kulüplerin her yaş kategorisindeki takımlarında nasıl uygulanacağının antrenör eğitmenleri gözetiminde yapılması ve uygulamalara yönelik ortaya çıkabilecek eksikliklerin giderilmesi önlemlerini kapsamaktadır.

AEB413Özel Spor Dalı VII
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünya 'da bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının( günlük,haftalık,aylık,dönemlik,yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel,psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini, motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

AEB414Özel Spor Dalı VIII
Antrenörlük eğitimi kapsamında tüm bireysel ve takım sporlarının tarihsel süreçlerinin ele alınmasını, Türkiye ve Dünya da bireysel ve takım sporlarının uygulanış biçimlerinin değerlendirilmesini, kuram ve kurallarının öğretilmesini, antrenman planlamalarının ve periyotlamalarının( günlük,haftalık,aylık,dönemlik,yıllık) yapılmasını, fiziksel,psikolojik ölçüm yöntemlerinin ve testlerinin kavratılmasını, antrenör özelliklerinin sosyal ve psikolojik değerlendirilmesini ,motivasyon yöntemlerini içerir.

ARC101Basic Design Studio
This studio provides both a conceptual and practical introduction to design and introduces students to basic design principles, design theory and concept development. Through assignments students develop an understanding and appreciation of the design elements such as point, line, shape, form, space, texture, value and color, and design principles such as balance, proportion, emphasis, movement, pattern, repetition, rhythm, variety, harmony and unity.

ARC102Introduction to Architectural Design Studio
This design studio, introduces students to architectural design principles and design process, problem defining and solving, spatial organization and basic spatial design practices, anthropometrics and awareness of universal design principles, and architectural communication and presentation techniques. In this studio a series of projects of increasing complexity will be given to students. (Prerequisite: ARC101).

ARC111Architectural Drawing I
This course deals with techniques of graphic presentation introduced as a basic language of architecture. Students work with a broad range of graphic presentation methods. Skills developed in architectural and spatial drawing. Theories of representation and the use of several visual means including free hand drawing will be covered to analyze and convey ideas regarding the environment. Fundamentals of orthographic drawing, rendering techniques and format layout examined through an array of projects.

ARC112Architectural Drawing II
This course deals with advanced knowledge and skill acquisition of the diverse categories of information delivery required by the design professionals. Architectural abstraction in drawing to communicate ideas on spatial and environmental information through perspective, isometric, oblique and axonometric drawings will be explored. Various media will be covered as means of graphic presentation.(Prerequisite: ARC111).

ARC121Building Technology I: Materials & Methods
This course introduces students to the role of building technology in the design process. Building materials and methods of construction are studied. Students become aware of all of the materials, the construction types, the elements and the methods of the construction.

ARC122Building Technology Ii: Structural Elements
This course continues beyond its prerequisite, Building Technology I: Materials and Methods. Building structural elements are studied. Students become aware of the concepts and procedures for the design, manufacture, and construction of structural components.

ARC131Mathematics for Architects
This course provides students with necessary knowledge to understand the basic mathematical concepts and principles. By such knowledge, students understanding and problem solving skills are developed to help them cope with structural design problems during their education as well as during their professional carrier.

ARC134Programming & Architecture
This course provides students with necessary knowledge to bridge among mathematics, computation, statics, technology and design. This course as a platform provides students the ability to engage in creative process of architectural works with comprehending the relation between science and design. (Prerequisite: ARC131).

ARC141History of Art and Culture
This course provides students a broad understanding of the ancient, medieval, and post-renaissance world through an analysis of art and culture. This course places an emphasis on the great complexity and interconnectivity of socio-political and cultural facts and employs an anthropological view to the history of art.

ARC142History of Modern Architecture
This course, as the conclusive course for the series of history of Architecture, is providing a comprehensive vision and knowledge of the philosophies and theories in relation with the clustering of effective masters and thinkers and the built environment. From the Renaissance to the modern product design of 19th and 20thcentury, with a clear understanding of the origins and roots in the previous historical events, the combination of chronological and analytical approach is necessary to the full understanding of each period.

ARC201Architectural Design Studio I
This design studio is based on programming and planning for human habitation in dwellings and neighborhoods. At a micro scale, this course deals with housing as a response to human needs with the planning of rooms, houses, and groups of houses; analysis of climatology, physical, psychological, and social needs and their influence on the housing design; interior spaces and functions, and building design, layout, and formal development. (Prerequisite: ARC102 and ARC111).

ARC202Architectural Design Studio II
This design studio course explores architecture as a cultural practice that structures both the physical and the social environment with a series of macro spaces design based project. The organization of medium collective space will involve the deployment of building relationship within an urban built environment. The course includes the analysis and understanding of a selected context in order to propose a multi-level building in terms of architectural composition expression. (Prerequisite: ARC201).

ARC211Digital Design & Presentation I
This course provides students with practical hands-on experience in using professional architectural drafting software (e.g., Autocad). The course looks at two-dimensional CAD techniques used by architects to design and create presentations. The course covers the process of creating, manipulating, and communicating through digital drawings. Emphasis will be placed on understanding architectural drawing convention, and generating sophisticated architectural graphics, mappings and analyses using a variety of digital media. Programs taught may include AutoCAD, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, and Photoshop. (Prerequisite: ARC111).

ARC212Digital Design & Presentation II
This course provides students with practical hands-on experience in using professional architectural modeling software. The course looks at the principal three-dimensional modeling techniques used by architects to design and represent projects. The course covers the process of creating, manipulating, and communicating through digital architectural models. Emphasis will be placed on the generation of 3D architectural models and their presentation using AutoCad, 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, Grasshopper and/or VRay. (Prerequisite: ARC211).

ARC221Building Technology Iii: Structural Systems
This course provides an introduction to the behavior of structural components and systems, for concrete, steel and timber structures. The theory and concepts of various structures and structural elements are presented with a visual format and models to emphasize an intuitive comprehension of the fundamental principles of structural behavior. (Prerequisite: ARC122).

ARC241Contemporary Architecture
In this course as the ending course for the series of history of Architecture, it is planned to make the students` mind skillful enough to be able to understand the current events in our world today in relation to the roots in previous courses in history of architecture. So the main methodology and approach for this course is Analytic instead of Chronological..

ARC252Environmental Control Systems
This course aims at introducing students with understanding and knowledge of impacts of built environments on people and natural environment. The course focuses on the role of spatial designer in designing buildings, building environments and interior spaces that benefit from natural resources, provide maximum comfort levels, limit environmental damage and energy consumption. The topics covered in the course are climate and climate change; bio-climatic design; comfort levels of buildings; use of natural resources and passive and active systems in heating, cooling and lighting, and water and waste management in buildings.

ARC300Internship I
Off campus study gives an opportunity to students to demonstrate the interrelationship between theoretical principles of architecture as a profession and their application in practice. The goal of the first internship is to provide effective professional preparation for students through field experience. The cooperative relationship between the business and academic learning should be enhanced. The student intern is responsible to keep a journal/diary of their daily experience. The internship is usually scheduled in summer for duration of twenty four (24) working days. The purpose of this assignment is to initiate the student into an awareness of professional firms and to provide an overview of on-site learning.

ARC301Architectural Design Studio III
This design studio course starts to focus and examine the impact of environmental issues with the aim to design an environmentally responsive building within the design process. The studio will develop an understanding of the relationships between space, function, built form and context throughout a sustainable approach. More attention is given to how the building fabric can be assembled and orientated to control energy use and building performance using sustainable construction processes. (Prerequisite: ARC202).

ARC302Architectural Design Studio IV
This design studio course progresses from developing research and demonstrating the ability to design more complex buildings and related constituents. Major studio project concerned with public buildings with medium scale spaces requiring advanced architectural, structural and constructional skills coupled with exploration of existing site conditions and new visual impact in the setting. (Prerequisite: ARC301).

ARC351Urban Design & Planning
This course is designed to help students develop the values, knowledge and skills which they need to become effective practitioners in the production of a better urban realm. A series of lectures which explore current urban design and planning theories and methods introducing the students to the analysis of urban problems in different context that will enable them to produce alternative design solutions in cities. This course will amplify the requisite understanding of urban areas practices with the development of analytical urban form theories through design lectures, behavior analysis and perception based exercises.

ARC352Urban Habitat
This course aims at raising awareness of main problems of contemporary urbanization such as high density of population in large cities and megacities; environmental, social and economic changes which create a new form and model of living and new attitudes; and which force people to adapt to these new conditions. The course will focus on interpretation and analysis of different case studies from different countries, contexts, cultures and environments through the exploration of new organization of space in cities, organization of social groups and communities, movement and settlement patterns and will provide understanding and tools to consider dynamics of new urban population at different scales.

ARC361Human Factors in Design
This course aims at introducing students with knowledge and skills of designing barrier free environments that respond to various human needs, especially people with challenges. The course focuses on human anthropometrics, ergonomics of space, universal design and accesibility issues. The course further develops on generating design concepts that dismantle physical and cognitive barriers to mobility, orientation, hypersensitivity and multiple challenges in buildings and open spaces.

ARC372Principles of Restoration & Conservation
The goal of the course is to give students an understanding of the importance of Restoration and Conservation in the field of historic environment sensitivity and consciousness. Students should become familiar with of the Historic heritage and related bodies, and the architectural tools required to work with a historically valuable building. In addition, this course provides a practical guide to measured surveys of historic buildings with special emphasis on recording the fabric of historic areas and producing accurate scaled drawings of selected buildings.

ARC373Architectural Heritage
Thinking about the question of architectural heritage within the socio-cultural and physical context; additions and subtractions need to be considered to the existing architecture. Additions and subtractions to the existing architecture will be determined according to the needs assigned to the buildings to be preserved; these needs, no doubt will be within the realms of both aesthetic and more utilitarian functionalities. In this respect, the course aims to emphasize the principles that need be addressed and followed, if necessary.

ARC381Professional Ethics
Introducing values/value judgments, evaluation and valuation systems, personal and collective responsibilities of professionals and the accountability of profession in Architecture and Interior Design, this course challenges the students to examine critically a broad range of professional, legal, and ethical problems architecture and interior design as professions face today.

ARC400Internship II
The summer training program is designed to expose students to a collaborative, professional office environment and a team of experienced design professionals. The goal of the second Internship is to provide effective professional preparation for students through office experience. The cooperative relationship between the business and academic learning should be enhanced. Students will be exposed to both the creative and business environment. Assignments will vary and include project research, site visits, sketching, computer production, design reviews, and assisting on marketing proposals. The student intern is responsible to keep a journal/diary of their daily experience. The internship is usually scheduled in summer for duration of twenty four (24) working days. The purpose of this assignment is to initiate the student into an awareness of professional firms and to provide an overview of office culture.

ARC401Architectural Design Studio V
This design studio course represents the most extended and developed exercises in macro planning issues. First priority is given to the urgent needs of our environment in terms of regeneration project such as housing, schools, or community buildings for urban centers. Projects will reinforce the entire curriculum, emphasizing on the complex relationships of buildings in an urban context taking all factors into consideration by way of interrelated aspects of an existing urban fabric. (Prerequisite: ARC302).

ARC402Graduation Project
The final project in architecture is an independent architectural design project based on a theme chosen by the student after accomplishing Graduation Research & Preparation prerequisite course (ARC 403). The graduation project is a cumulating studio and an opportunity for each student to define an individual position with regard to a specific aspect of architectural practice. Students are expected to incorporate research, programming, and site definition within their design process and present a written essay that discusses the development of their work. (Prerequisite: ARC401 and ARC403).

ARC403Graduation Research & Preparation
This course deals with the development of an individual general study and research by the student on a specific topic of her/his own choice/interests which goes to the primitive draft and initial issues about the final project. The research encompasses the following stages: subject definition, data gathering and classification, information interpretation relevant case/sample studies, programming and planning (denoting to activities), spatial perceiving, and technical information, site/field analysis and environmental fitting which shall be presented as a research report. (Prerequisite: ARC302).

ARC405Research Techniques & Methods
This elective course is designed as an introduction to the research techniques and the methods that achieve them. The aim of this course focuses on processes recognising the everyday skills and techniques involved in different kind of research. It will be supplemented by a series of exercises designed to help brainstorming progress of research thinking. The course helps students to develop key issues in making research feasible at any stage and for any kind of studies. It offers advice on how to conduct research discussing different methods from analysis of findings to report of results.

ARC414Advanced Digital Modeling in Design
This course provides students with practical hands-on experience in using professional architectural modeling softwares (e.g., 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, etc.). The course introduces advanced methods in 3-D modeling and architectural representation. The course covers the process of creating, manipulating, and communicating through digital architectural models. Students will learn to create algorithms using Grasshopper and Python in Rhinoceros 3D, while exploring parametric modeling, performance simulation, data visualization, and workflow automation.

ARC451Mediterranean Cities
The course is a reflection about the contemporary Mediterranean cities. After analyzing the different basic urban typologies, the course tries to discuss about the threats and challenges for these cities, as cultural crossroads. Students are invited to explore the relationships between Mediterranean urban shapes and

ARC454Kentsel Mekan Analizi
Bu ders, kentsel alanların analizi ve çeşitli statistikler çerçevesinde statiki haritaların hazırlanmasını içermektedir.

ARC455Environmental Aesthetics
This course deals with basic concepts of environmental aesthetics. This course explores the aesthetic experiences of the built environment from a philosophical perspective and includes detailed discussion on such topics as how is aesthetic appreciation of nature similar to and different from appreciation of art objects?; what criteria may be used to evaluate beauty in nature and in the built environment?; how is our aesthetic engagement with the environment related to our embodiment, and how do the non-visual senses contribute to aesthetic appreciation?

ARC481Project Management
Project Management course is designed to build and expand the foundation of knowledge needed by successful managers by examining the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and by providing practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources. Topics include project life cycle, work breakdown structure and Gantt charts, network diagrams, scheduling techniques, and resource allocation decisions.

ARC482Professional Practice
This course provides students the knowledge of the social, political, economic and legal aspects of architectural practice. This course includes topics on professional laws and regulations such as contracts, bonds and insurances, professional partnerships, human relations in the profession and occupational health and safety issues.

ART206Üç Boyut Tasarım
Heykel sanatının çevresel faktörlerle ilişkisinin incelenmesi ve araştırılması amaçlanmaktadır. Heykel sanatında yeni malzemelerle çalışma; etüt etme, yerleştirme, birleştirme, video- fotoğraf gibi araç ve yöntemlerle kompozisyonlar kurma öğrenilir. Yeni araç ve uygulamalar ve bunlara ilişkin kavramlar değerlendirilir. Çalışmalar süresince genel eleştiri ve eser incelemesi yapılır. Heykel ve çevre ilişkileri ile ilgili olarak teorik bir bilgi birikimine sahip olunur. Çalışmalar kurgulanırken çevresel bağıntıları göz önünde bulundurulur. Çevresel faktörleri irdeleyerek bir proje geliştirebilir. Heykel sanatı tüm çevresel durumlarda daha etkili bir biçimde değerlendirilir. Çevreye karşı daha sorumlu bilinçle yaklaşır. Süreç boyunca eskiz, birikim, deneyim, fotoğraflama ve sunum dersin gereklilikleri arasındadır.

ART315Heykel
Heykel sanatının temel kavramlarının araştırılması ve tartışılması, doğa gözlemine dayalı üç boyutlu algılama ve biçimlendirme gücünü geliştirici çalışmalar yapılması ve yorumlanması, biçimlendirmede heykel diline ait elemanların ve kompozisyonun temel değerlerini kavranması, heykel sanatında yeni anlatım yöntemlerini, dil-biçim ilişkilerini kavramak, heykel yapımında kullanılan temel malzemelerin tanıtılması (kil, el aletleri ve araçları), uygulama yöntemiyle heykel dilinin kriterlerinin kazanılması, Güzel Sanatlarda yeni düşünme ve yeni malzeme olanaklarını, deneysel araştırmalar ve uygulamalı çalışmalar aracılığıyla keşfetmek, gelenek ile güncel arasında düşünsel ve uygulamalı projelere yönelmek, atölye ortamında öğrenme, birlikte değerlendirme ve çok yönlü etkileşim sağlamak amaçlanmaktadır. Süreç boyunca eskiz, birikim, deneyim, fotoğraflama ve sunum dersin gereklilikleri arasındadır.

ART335Kağıt Yapımı
Atık Kağıtların geri kazanımıyla elde edilen kağıt hamuru ile el yapımı kağıt yapım tekniklerinin aktarıldığı 2 ve 3 Boyutlu tasarımlara dönüştürüldüğü bir derstir. Skeç defteri kullanımı ve yaratılan Kağıtlara uygulanan baskı tekniklerinin deneyimlendiği bu dersin sınavı TESLİM şeklinde olacaktır. Süreç boyunca eskiz, birikim, deneyim, fotoğraflama ve sunum dersin gereklilikleri arasındadır.

AVM010Airlaw I
Like any community, the aviation community in governed by laws and regulations. Because aviation is an activity that is global in scope Air Law applies internationally too. Organisations such as the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) lay down regulations and procedures which to a very great extent are enshrined in the national legislation of ICAOs member countries and in that other multinational authorities such as the Joint Aviation Authorities.

AVM011Airlaw II
Like any community, the aviation community in governed by laws and regulations. Because aviation is an activity that is global in scope Air Law applies internationally too. Organisations such as the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) lay down regulations and procedures which to a very great extent are enshrined in the national legislation of ICAOs member countries and in that other multinational authorities such as the Joint Aviation Authorities.

AVM020Aircraft General Knowledge I
The main objective of this course is to introduce the students to the important components of an aircraft such as Fuselage, wing, empennage and their function in flight. Equally important, the course will provide details regarding function and methods of lubrication system, cooling system, ignition system, Fuel system and principle of working of Piston engine and jet engine, installation and operation of electrical system.

AVM021Aircraft General Knowledge II
The main objective of this course is to introduce the students to the important components of an aircraft such as Fuselage, wing, empennage and their function in flight. Equally important, the course will provide details regarding function and methods of lubrication system, cooling system, ignition system, Fuel system and principle of working of Piston engine and jet engine, installation and operation of electrical system.

AVM022Instrumentation
The goal of this course is to demonstrate the principles of operation and construction of Aircraft Instrumentation such as Airspeed Indicator, Altimeter, Vertical Speed Indicator, Turn Indicator, Attitude Indicator, Heading Indicator and Gyroscopes. This course deals with the conventional flight instruments as well as advanced flight instruments and their location in the main instrument panel. The course will also cover the Navigation system, whose primary function is to fly the aircraft from point A to point B on the surface of the earth. Furthermore, Basics of flight control system, autopilot and auto-throttle will also be discussed in this course as well.

AVM030Flight Performance and Planning
In this course students learn how to calculate the loading of aircraft because Pilots are responsible for the safe loading of airplane and must ensure that it is not overloaded. The performance of an airplane is influenced by its weight and overloading will cause serious problems. They also learn Airplane Manual which specify such things as the seat to be occupied in solo flight (in a tandem seating arrangement) or which fuel tank is to be emptied first. Such instructions should be carefully complied with.

AVM031Mass and Balance
In this course students learn how to calculate the loading of aircraft because Pilots are responsible for the safe loading of airplane and must ensure that it is not overloaded. The performance of an airplane is influenced by its weight and overloading will cause serious problems. They also learn Airplane Manual which specify such things as the seat to be occupied in solo flight (in a tandem seating arrangement) or which fuel tank is to be emptied first. Such instructions should be carefully complied with.

AVM032Operational Performance
In this course, students begin to analyse and understand the aircraft behaviour, predict its performance, understand its propulsion systems and begin to perform detailed analysis of aircraft structural components.They learn the effect of mass, wind, density altitude in aircraft performance.

AVM033Flight Planning and Monitoring
In this course, students learn how to make a plan for their flights since flight planning is an extremely important aspect of flying for all pilots. It is vital that all flights are deemed to have a well structured and well organised flight plan which will maximise the safety of those on board as well as reduce costs where necessary. Fight planning is vital to the issue of fuel consumption and working out how much fuel will be required is a big part of any plan. The necessary points which care considered during the calculation of fuel are many and diverse; one of the main issues though is that of the weather.

AVM040Human Performance and Limitations I
Human error is cited as a major cause in over 70% of accidents, and it is widely agreed that a better understanding of human capabilities and limitations - both physical and psychological - would help reduce human error and improve flight safety.

AVM041Human Performance and Limitations II
Human error is cited as a major cause in over 70% of accidents, and it is widely agreed that a better understanding of human capabilities and limitations - both physical and psychological - would help reduce human error and improve flight safety.

AVM050Meteorology I
Weather Theory for Pilots is an interactive program designed to help General Aviation pilots better understand and apply weather theory and technologies to their flying activities. Meteorology is the study of the Earth's atmosphere, a component of Earth system science. Meteorology students build a comprehensive knowledge of meteorology and gain in-depth exposure to fields like environmental science, climate science and atmospheric chemistry.

AVM051Meteorology II
Weather Theory for Pilots is an interactive program designed to help General Aviation pilots better understand and apply weather theory and technologies to their flying activities. Meteorology is the study of the Earth's atmosphere, a component of Earth system science. Meteorology students build a comprehensive knowledge of meteorology and gain in-depth exposure to fields like environmental science, climate science and atmospheric chemistry.

AVM060Navigation I
Successful air navigation involves piloting an aircraft from place to place without getting lost, breaking the laws applying to aircraft, or endangering the safety of those on board or on the ground. Aircraft travel at relatively high speeds, leaving less time to calculate their position on route. Aircraft normally cannot stop in mid-air to ascertain their position at leisure. Aircraft are safety-limited by the amount of fuel they can carry. Additionally, collisions with obstructions are usually fatal. Therefore, constant awareness of position is critical for aircraft pilots.

AVM061Navigation II
Successful air navigation involves piloting an aircraft from place to place without getting lost, breaking the laws applying to aircraft, or endangering the safety of those on board or on the ground. Aircraft travel at relatively high speeds, leaving less time to calculate their position on route. Aircraft normally cannot stop in mid-air to ascertain their position at leisure. Aircraft are safety-limited by the amount of fuel they can carry. Additionally, collisions with obstructions are usually fatal. Therefore, constant awareness of position is critical for aircraft pilots.

AVM062Radio Navigation
Radio navigation is the application of radio frequencies to determine a position on the Earth. Like radiolocation, it is a type of radio determination. Students will learn the basic principles of measurements from/to electric beacons, especially directions by bearing, radio phases or interferometry, distances, ranging by measurement of travel times, velocity by means of radio Doppler shift.

AVM070Flight Procedures I
operating procedures are universally recognized as basic to safe aviation operations. Effective crew coordination and crew performance, two central concepts of crew resource management , depend upon the crew's having a shared mental model of each task. That mental model, in turn, is founded on operating procedures.Students learn background, basic concepts, and philosophy in respect to operating procedures.

AVM071Flight Procedures II
operating procedures are universally recognized as basic to safe aviation operations. Effective crew coordination and crew performance, two central concepts of crew resource management , depend upon the crew's having a shared mental model of each task. That mental model, in turn, is founded on operating procedures.Students learn background, basic concepts, and philosophy in respect to operating procedures.

AVM080Principle of Flight I
In this lesson, students will learn about forces and motion as they see how the work of Daniel Bernoulli and Newton help explain flight. Students will also learn how lift and gravity, two of the four forces of flight, act on an airplane while it is in the air. Additionally, students will relate the Bernoulli Principle to lift and apply the first and third laws of Newton to flight.

AVM081Principle of Flight II
In this lesson, students will learn about forces and motion as they see how the work of Daniel Bernoulli and Newton help explain flight. Students will also learn how lift and gravity, two of the four forces of flight, act on an airplane while it is in the air. Additionally, students will relate the Bernoulli Principle to lift and apply the first and third laws of Newton to flight.

AVM090Communication I
There is an art to using the right words when pilot communicate with air traffic control (ATC). Effective aviation phraseology combines brevity with the transfer of complete and correct information. In this course, students learn the radio telephony and communication, communications failure and distress and urgency procedures.

AVM091Communication II
There is an art to using the right words when pilot communicate with air traffic control (ATC). Effective aviation phraseology combines brevity with the transfer of complete and correct information. In this course, students learn the radio telephony and communication, communications failure and distress and urgency procedures.

AVM101Fundamential Aerodynamics
To provide students with a fundamental knowledge of lift and drag for aircraft, high speed sub sonic aerodynamics and the performance of aircraft with particular emphasis on turbojet and turboprop aircraft with a maximum take-off weight (MTOW).

AVM103Mathematics
AVM103 is intended to build a foundation of all essential concepts of advanced Math classes for Pilot Training Programme. In this Course Pre-Calculus and Calculus will be reviewed by in depth study of applications of the topics, class assignments and students projects.

AVM105Physics
is intended to build a foundation of all concepts of Fundamentals laws and principles of Physics for Pilot Training Programme. During the period of this course by in depth study of applications of the topics, class assignments and students projects.

AVM107Intro to Computer & Info Systems
This course is designed to give students an understanding of how a computer works its capabilities, limitations, and applications. It includes system components, societal impact, applications, programming concepts, and the use of software packages. Students will learn the basics through intermediate computer concepts with an emphasis on the personal computer and its practical use, including hardware, application and system software, the Internet and World Wide Web, communications, database management, and computers in society. This course will also provide full menu of application modules with core requirements for Microsoft Office processing.

AVM201Introduction to Aviation
The students will get an overview about the history of aviation, its main developments, the principal challenges aviation is facing. Some basic knowledge about the principles of flying as well as the latest technological changes and developments will be provided too.

AVM202Air Transportation
One part will have to cover the Air transportations industry as a whole and includes therefore its different status in the past and present with a special emphasis on future developments. But also the specificities of cargo transport will be discussed. Rules and regulations and the administrative side of Air Transportation will be taught.

AVM204Air Transportation
One part will have to cover the Air transportations industry as a whole and includes therefore its different status in the past and present with a special emphasis on future developments. But also the specificities of cargo transport will be discussed. Rules and regulations and the administrative side of Air Transportation will be taught.

AVM301Airline Operations
This course develops a consolidated understanding of the heavily complex economic and competitive environment in which the airlines are operating. Apart from operations techniques it covers also areas such as new routings, passenger trends and applied marketing.

AVM302Airport Management
The airport as a very specific place of producing an enormous variety of services requires for its management a wide range covering knowledge (from planning over running it to technical questions as well as customs, PR and emergency planning).

AVM303Aviation Meteorology
Weather Theory is an interactive program designed to help aviators better understand and apply weather theory and technologies. Meteorology is the study of the Earth's atmosphere, a component of Earth system science. Meteorology students build a comprehensive knowledge of meteorology and gain in-depth exposure to fields like environmental science, climate science and atmospheric chemistry.

AVM304Airline Dispatch
Although the dispatcher is an independent profession within the aviation activities an Aviation Manager will need some basic knowledge about air control, classifications of airspace and airports, the diverse separations and radio communication.

AVM306Aviation Law and Legislation
Basic topic is the knowledge and understanding of all the relevant ICAO documents (especially the Chicago convention), including the main rules and regulations of the JAA. Also the rights of the passengers (Warsaw declaration), questions of airline litigations etc. will be discussed. There will be included also 3 lectures on the principles of International Law and Business Law.

AVM308Human Factors in Aviation
This course examines the importance of human factors in aviation and overview the system perspective of human role in aviation functions and considers also cognitive architecture of the human factors from maintenance perspective.

AVM401Aviation Management I
This course - having as prerequisites all the relevant course of the first to the third year - applies this knowledge, theories and principles on the specific requirements, circumstances and environment in which aviation is living.

AVM402Aviation Management II
This course is the continuation of AVM401 and focus - apart from the deepening of the knowledge provided in the first part - mainly on its practical application in form of practical training exercises, role plays and simulations.

AVM403Human Resource Management
This mainly practical course (discussions, training exercises) applies the theoretical knowledge of the Aviation Management on real situation of the aviation and includes the analysis of error chains, the decision making process, handling of emergency situations of all kind.

AVM404Contemporary Aviation Issues
In order to make the students fit for a growing and permanently changing environment this course confronts them with actual trends, challenges and important changes in their field, including topics from various backgrounds, such as regulations, technologies, politics and ecology.

AVM405Air Traffic Control
Also the Air Traffic Controller is (like in AVM304) an independent profession within aviation. Given the immense importance of safety and control - especially with a permanently growing transport load in the airspace - the Aviation Manager has to have a basic knowledge of this topic.

AVM406Aviation Safety
Safety - one of the top priorities of all branches in aviation - will be shown in this course in all its dimensions: safety of the plane, the operations, the control systems, the airport, the passengers on ground etc. The students will learn how to deal with the different exigencies emerging from these different situations and get some knowledge in crisis-management too.

AVM407General Aeronautics
This course provides the students with some knowledge about the principles of aircraft design, construction and production as well as the operation of aircrafts. It will give the student a better understanding of the planes they will deal with.

AVM408Quality Management System
The philosophy of quality, analysis and measurement tools of total quality management, quality costs, quality management will be thought with the light of business approaches. The course begins with the general definitions of quality in line with business perspective and continues with main principles of management and human factors of total quality along with standard and certifications issues.

AVM430Graduation Project Management
The student will chose an aviation related subject of his/her interest and make his/her own research in this field. The result will be presented in form of a written thesis of approximately 20'000 - 25'000 words. The student will chose his/her supervisor whilst the board of the department will examine and mark the thesis.

BEÖ101Beden Eğitimi Ve Sporun Temelleri
Beden eğitimi ve sporda temel kavramlar, eğitim ve öğretimde beden eğitimi ve sporun yeri, işlevi, amaçları, felsefesi, diğer bilimlerle ilişkisi, beden eğitimi ve sporda meslek alanlarının geleceği, Türk Eğitim ve Spor kurumları içindeki yeri ve işlevi.

BEÖ102Sağlık Bilgisi Ve İlk Yardım
Sağlık bilgisinin tanımı, amacı, sağlıkla ilgili gelişmeler, enfeksiyonel ve ölümcül hastalıklardan korunma, sağlıklı yaşam tarzını geliştirmekle ilgili metodlar, hijyen, çevre koşulları, çocuklar ve gençler için zararlı alışkanlıklar ve etkileri, çocuk ve gençlerde sık görülen spor yaralanmaları ve korunma yolları. İlkyardım, tanımı, amacı, acil durumlarda kara verme, pansuman ve bandajlama, taşıma, solunum ve kalp durması, yaralanma ve kanamalar, ısı yaralanmaları, yanık, zehirlenme, tıkanma ve boğulma, kırıklar ve diğer kas-iskelet sistemi yaralanmaları, dolaşım sistemi sorunları, omurga travmaları, yabancı cisim batmaları, hayvan ve böcek ısırıklarında ilkyardım.

BEÖ103Genel Cimnastik
Tanım, tarihçe, temel duruşlar, dizilişler, alan kullanımı, ritimli sekmeler, sıçramalar, dönüşler, geçiş ve bağlantılar, aletli ve aletsiz hareketler, piramitler, kural bilgileri. Gösteri yürüyüşleri, düzen, ritim, atlama ipi, jimnastik sopası, lobut yer minderi alıştırmaları, kural bilgileri ve öğretim becerileri.

BEÖ104Artistik Cimnastik
Tanım, tarihçe, yarışma aletlerinde erkekler için: yer, paralel, barfiks, halka kulplu beygir atlama; Bayanlar için: yer, asimetrik paralel, denge, atlama aletleri ve bunlarla yapılan temel beceriler.

BEÖ105İnsan Anatomisi Ve Kinesyolojisi
İnsan vücudunu meydana getiren hücre, doku, organlar, sistemler ve hareket sisteminin yapıları, anatomik terimler ve kavramlar, düzlemler, eksenler, baş, boyun, gövde, üst ve alt kısımların hareketleri ve harekete katılan kasların kasılması sırasındaki fonksiyonları, meydana getirdikleri eklem hareketleri, sportif hareketlerin kinesiyolojik analizleri

BEÖ106Atletizm
Koşu, atma, atmaların temel teknik, yarışma kural ve becerileri, dekatlon-pentatlon ve heplatlon gibi çoklu yarışmaların kural, bilgi ve becerileri.

BEÖ107Basketbol
Basketbolün tarihçesi, oyun kuralları, temel teknik ve taktiklerle ilgili bilgi beceriler ile Basketbol Antrenmanın Amaç ve İlkelerinin Yaş Gruplarına Göre Düzenlenmesi; Çocuklarda Antrenman; Gençlerde Antrenman; Yetişkinlerde Antrenman; Antrenman ve Müsabaka Yönetimi; Antrenör ve Antrenör Tipleri; Farklı Stildeki Oyunculara Karşı, Atak Oyuncularına Karşı, Defans Oyuncularına Karşı, Farklı Oynayan ve Defansif Oyunculara Karşı Savunma ve Hücum Felsefeleri

BEÖ108Doğa Sporları
Doğa ortamında yaşama uyum sağlama, güvenli hareket bilgi ve becerisi. Bu bilgi ve becerilerin seçilecek bir doğa sporunda uygulanması(Trekking, Orienteering, Dağcılık, Mağaracılık, Kano, Rafting, İzcilik,Yelken).

BEÖ109Yüzme
Aqua ve Yüzmenin tarihçesi. Suya uyum,Hidrodinamik prensibler ve yoğunluk,hacim,kütle,suyun kaldırma kuvveti , su üstünde kalabilme, serbest, sırt üstü, kurbağalama, yan makas, çıkış ve dönüş teknikleri ile yüzme müsabakalarının kategorileri ve farklı havuzlardaki müsabakaların incelenmesi

BEÖ110Türkçe Iı: Sözlü Anlatım
Sözlü dilin ve sözlü iletişimin temel özellikleri. Sözlü anlatım; konuşma becerisinin temel özellikleri (doğal dili ve beden dilini kullanma); iyi bir konuşmanın temel ilkeleri; iyi bir konuşmacının temel özellikleri (vurgu, tonlama, duraklama; diksiyon vb.). Hazırlıksız ve hazırlıklı konuşma; hazırlıklı konuşmanın aşamaları(konunun seçimi ve sınırlandırılması; amaç, bakış açısı, ana ve yan düşüncelerin belirlenmesi, planlama, metni yazma; konuşmanın sunuluşu). Konuşma türleri:(karşılıklı konuşmalar, söyleşi, kendini tanıtma, soruları yanıtlama, yılbaşı, doğum, bayram v.b. önemli bir olayı kutlama, yol tarif etme, telefonla konuşma, iş isteme, biriyle görüşme/röportaj yapma, radyo ve televizyon konuşmaları, değişik kültür, sanat programlarına konuşmacı olarak katılma v.b.). Değişik konularda hazırlıksız konuşma yapma, konuşma örnekleri üzerinde çalışmalar ve sözlü anlatım uygulamaları, konuşmalardaki dil ve anlatım yanlışlarını düzeltme.

BEÖ111Türkçe I: Yazılı Anlatım
Yazı dilinin ve yazılı iletişimin temel özellikleri, yazı dili ile sözlü dilin arasındaki temel farklar. Anlatım: yazılı ve sözlü anlatım; öznel anlatım, nesnel anlatım; paragraf; paragraf türleri (giriş-gelişme-sonuç paragrafları). Metnin tanımı ve metin türleri (bilgilendirici metinler, yazınsal metinler); metin olma koşulları (bağlaşıklık, tutarlılık, amaçlılık, kabul edilebilirlik, durumsallık, bilgisellik, metinler arası ilişkiler). Yazılı anlatım (yazılı kompozisyon: serbest yazma, planlı yazma); planlı yazma aşamaları (konu, konunun sınırlandırılması, amaç, bakış açısı, ana ve yan düşüncelerin belirlenmesi; yazma planı hazırlama, kâğıt düzeni); bilgilendirici metinler (dilekçe, mektup, haber, karar, ilan/reklam, tutanak, rapor, resmi yazılar, bilimsel yazılar) üzerinde kuramsal bilgiler; örnekler üzerinde çalışmalar ve yazma uygulamaları; bir metnin özetini ve planını çıkarma; yazılı uygulamalardaki dil ve anlatım yanlışlarını düzeltme.

BEÖ112Atatürk İlkeleri Ve İnkilap Tarihi II
Siyasi alanda yapılan devrimler, siyasi partiler ve çok partili siyasi hayata geçiş denemeleri, hukuk alanında yapılan devrimler, toplumsal yaşayışın düzenlenmesi, ekonomik alanda yapılan yenilikler. 1923-1938 Döneminde Türk dış politikası, Atatürk sonrası Türk dış politikası, Türk Devriminin İlkeleri: (Cumhuriyetçilik, Halkçılık, Laiklik, Devrimcilik, Devletçilik, Milliyetçilik). Bütünleyici ilkeler.

BEÖ113Atatürk İlkeleri Ve İnkilap Tarihi I
Kavramlar, tanımlar, ders yöntemleri ve kaynakların tanımı, Sanayi Devrimi ve Fransız Devrimi, Osmanlı Devleti'nin Dağılışı (XIX. Yüzyıl), Tanzimat ve Islahat Fermanı, I. ve II. Meşrutiyet, Trablusgarp ve Balkan Savaşları, I. Dünya Savaşı, Mondros Ateşkes Antlaşması, Wilson İlkeleri, Paris Konferansı, M. Kemal'in Samsun'a Çıkışı ve Anadolu'daki Durum, Amasya Genelgesi, Ulusal Kongreler, Mebusan Meclisinin Açılışı, TBMM'nin Kuruluşu ve İç İsyanlar, Teşkilat-ı Esasi Kanunu, Düzenli Ordunun Kuruluşu, I. İnönü, II. İnönü, Kütahya-Eskişehir, Sakarya Meydan Muharebesi ve Büyük Taarruz, Kurtuluş Savaşı sırasındaki antlaşmalar, Lozan Antlaşması, Saltanatın Kaldırılması.

BEÖ114Temel Müzik Eğitimi
Eğitimde müziğin rolü ve içeriği, temel müzik bilgileri, nota yazmanın doğası ve amacı, çalgı ve ses eğitimine giriş, toplu çalma ve söyleme, yaratıcılığı geliştirmede müziksel işitme okuma ve yazma çalışmaları. Okul ve kamp marşları, İstiklal marşı, yürüyüş temposunda marşlar, ritim ve hareket alıştırmaları, tempo tutma, marş söyleme ve yönetme, harekete eşlik.

BEÖ115Eğitim Bilimlerine Giriş
Eğitimin temel kavramları, eğitimin diğer bilimlerle ilişkisi ve işlevleri (eğitimin felsefi, sosyal, hukuki, psikolojik, ekonomik, politik temelleri), eğitim biliminin tarihsel gelişimi, 21.yüzyılda eğitim biliminde yönelimler, eğitim biliminde araştırma yöntemleri, Türk Milli Eğitim Sisteminin yapısı ve özellikleri, eğitim sisteminde öğretmenin rolü, öğretmenlik mesleğinin özellikleri, öğretmen yetiştirme alanındaki uygulamalar ve gelişmeler.

BEÖ116Eğitim Psikolojisi
Eğitim-Psikoloji ilişkisi, eğitim psikolojisinin tanımı ve işlevleri, öğrenme ve gelişim ile ilgili temel kavramlar, gelişim özellikleri (bedensel, bilişsel, duygusal, sosyal ve ahlaki gelişim), öğrenmeyi etkileyen faktörler, öğrenme kuramları, öğrenme kuramlarının öğretim süreçlerine yansımaları, etkili öğrenme, öğrenmeyi etkileyen faktörler (motivasyon, bireysel faktörler, grup dinamiği ve bu faktörlerin sınıf içi öğretim sürecine etkisi).

BEÖ201Egzersiz Fizyolojisi
İnsan vücudunu meydana getiren hücre, doku organlar ve sistemlerin yapı ve fonksiyonları, eğzersizde insan organizmasının enerji kaynakları ve sportif aktivitelerle ilişkisi, yorgunluk ve toparlanma, egzersize metabolik ve hormonal cevaplar, antrenmanın fizyolojik temelleri, kuvvet ve dayanıklılık antrenmanlarında ortaya çıkan akut ve kronik uyumlar, egzersizde cinsiyet farkı, yükselti, sıcak ve soğuk ortamda egzersiz, egzersiz fizyolojisinde temel laboratuvar uygulamaları ve performansın değerlendirilmesi.

BEÖ202Antrenman Bilgisi
Antrenman kavramı,antrenmanın organizma sistemlerine etkileri, antrenman temel ve yardımcı ilkeleri,süper tamlama özelliği, biyomotor yetenekler ve çocuklarda geliştirilmesi, yorgunluk, toparlanma, antrenman bölümleri ve yüklenme ögeleri, yöntemleri ile çeşitleri, ısınma ve soğuma özellikleri,sporda yetenek seçimi ve sürantrenman özellikleri.

BEÖ203Ritm Eğitimi Dans
Ritm ve dansla ilgili temel kavramlar, müzik ve hareket ritmi, duruş çalışmaları, yürüyüşler, sıçrama, sekme ve galoplar, ritm, melodi ve müzik seçimi, vals, tango, caz, dansa ilişkin adımlamalar, kompozisyonlar.

BEÖ204Futbol
Futbolun tarihçesi, oyun kuralları, temel teknik ve taktiklerle ilgili bilgi ve beceriler ile Futbol Antrenmanın Amaç ve İlkelerinin Yaş Gruplarına Göre Düzenlenmesi; Çocuklarda Antrenman; Gençlerde Antrenman; Yetişkinlerde Antrenman; Antrenman ve Müsabaka Yönetimi; Antrenör ve Antrenör Tipleri; Farklı Oyunculara Karşı, Atak Oyuncularına Karşı, Defans Oyuncularına Karşı, Farklı Oynayan ve Ağırlıklı Olarak Defansif Oyunculara Karşı Savunma ve Hücum Felsefeleri

BEÖ205Hentbol
Hentbolun tarihçesi, oyun kuralları, temel teknik ve taktiklerle ilgili bilgi ve beceriler ile Hentbol Antrenmanın Amaç ve İlkelerinin Yaş Gruplarına Göre Düzenlenmesi; Çocuklarda Antrenman; Gençlerde Antrenman; Yetişkinlerde Antrenman; Antrenman ve Müsabaka Yönetimi; Antrenör ve Antrenör Tipleri; Farklı Stildeki Oyunculara Karşı, Atak Oyuncularına Karşı, Defans Oyuncularına Karşı, Farklı Oynayan ve Defansif Oyunculara Karşı Savunma ve Hücum Felsefeleri

BEÖ206Halk Oyunları
Halk Oyunlarının tarihçesi, çeşitli yörelerin Halk Oyunlarından örnekler, halk oyunlarının yaygınlaştırılması ve halk oyunları kuralları, temel teknik ve hareketleri ile ilgili bilgi ve becerilerin geliştirilmesi

BEÖ207Bilgisayar I
Bilişim teknolojileri, yazılım ve donanım ile ilgili temel kavramlar, genel olarak işletim sistemleri, kelime işlemci programları, elektronik tablolama programları, veri sunumu, eğitimde İnternet kullanımı, bilişim teknolojilerinin sosyal yapı üzerindeki etkileri ve eğitimdeki yeri, bilişim sistemleri güvenliği ve ilgili etik kavramları.

BEÖ208Seçmeli I (a) Raket Sporları
Raket Sporlarında ;Antrenmanın Amaç ve İlkelerinin Yaş Gruplarına Göre Düzenlenmesi; Çocuklarda Antrenman; Gençlerde Antrenman; Yetişkinlerde Antrenman; Antrenman ve Müsabaka Yönetimi; Antrenör ve Antrenör Tipleri; Farklı Stildeki Oyunculara Karşı, Atak Oyuncularına Karşı, Defans Oyuncularına Karşı, Farklı Oynayan ve Ağırlıklı Olarak Defansif Oyunculara Karşı Savunma ve Hücum Felsefeleri; Dünyada ve Türkiye'de Masa Tenisi Tarihsel Gelişimi; Tekniklerin Teorik Bilgileri; Oyuncuların Özellikleri: Psikolojik, Fizyolojik, Bilişsel özellikleri; Saha ve Malzeme Bilgisi; Oyun ve Kural Bilgisi; Hakem Bilgisi.

BEÖ209Yabancı Dil I
Bu ders, üniversite öğrencilerinin kendi alanlarında yürüttükleri her türlü akademik faaliyette okuma, konuşma, dinleme ve yazma becerilerini belirli bir etkinlikte kullanabilmelerini sağlayacak biçimde tasarlanmıştır. Bu derste ilgi çekici bağlamlar yaratılarak, dilin işlekliğini artırıcı alıştırmalar verilerek, dilin gerçek iletişim becerilerinde kullanımı gösterilerek öğrencilerin dilsel ve iletişimsel yetileri geliştirilecek ve yabancı dil yeterlikleri artırılacaktır.

BEÖ210Bilgisayar II
Bilgisayar destekli eğitim ile ilgili temel kavramlar, öğeleri, kuramsal temelleri, yararları ve sınırlılıkları, uygulama yöntemleri, bilgisayar destekli öğretimde kullanılan yaygın formatlar, ders yazılımlarının değerlendirilmesi ve seçimi, uzaktan eğitim uygulamaları, veri tabanı uygulamaları, bilgisayar ve internetin çocuklar/gençler üzerindeki olumsuz etkileri ve önlenmesi.

BEÖ211Seçmeli I-Gk Sporda Ergojenikler
sporda performansı arttırmak amacıyla kullanılan; doping sınıfına giren ve girmeyen (ergojenik) madde ve yöntemleri tanımaları ve ayırt edebilmelerini sağlamak, günümüzde sıklıkla kullanılmakta olan önemli ergojenik madde ve yöntemlerin yapı, fonksiyon ve metabolizmalarının öğretilmesi, bunların sağlık ve egzersiz performansı üzerindeki olumlu ya da olumsuz etkilerini tanımasını sağlamak, temel beslenme kriterleri ışığında farklı çevresel koşullar ve değişik spor dallarındaki performans için daha verimli ve zararsız beslenme modifikasyonları yapabilmelerini, gereksiz mali harcamaları önlemelerini ve bu alandaki bilimsel ve teknolojik gelişmeleri takip edebilmelerini sağlamak.

BEÖ212İngilizce II
Bu ders, üniversite öğrencilerinin kendi alanlarında yürüttükleri her türlü akademik faaliyette okuma, konuşma, dinleme ve yazma becerilerini belirli bir etkinlikte kullanabilmelerini sağlayacak biçimde tasarlanmıştır. Bu derste öğrencilerin "Yabancı Dil I" dersinde kazandıkları bilgi ve becerilerin bir üst seviyeye çıkartılması hedeflenmelidir. Bu yapılırken ilgi çekici bağlamlar yaratılmasına, dilin işlekliğini artırıcı alıştırmalar yapılmasına, dilin gerçek iletişim becerilerinde kullanılmasına ve bu yolla öğrencilerin dilsel ve iletişimsel yetileri ile yabancı dil yeterliklerinin artırılmasına özen gösterilmelidir.

BEÖ213Öğretim İlke Ve Yöntemleri
Öğretimle ilgili temel kavramlar, öğrenme ve öğretim ilkeleri, öğretimde planlı çalışmanın önemi ve yararları, öğretimin planlanması (ünitelendirilmiş yıllık plan, günlük plan ve etkinlik örnekleri), öğrenme ve öğretim stratejileri, öğretim yöntem ve teknikleri, bunların uygulama ile ilişkisi, öğretim araç ve gereçleri, öğretim hizmetinin niteliğini artırmada öğretmenin görev ve sorumlulukları, öğretmen yeterlikleri.

BEÖ214Özel Eğitim
Özel eğitimin tanımı, özel eğitimle ilgili temel ilkeler, engelliliği oluşturan nedenler, erken tanı ve tedavinin önemi, engele bakışla ilgili tarihsel yaklaşım, zihinsel engelli, işitme engelli, görme engelli, bedensel engelli, dil ve iletişim bozukluğu olan, süregelen hastalığı olan, özel öğrenme güçlüğü gösteren, dikkat eksikliği ve hiperaktivite bozukluğu olan, otistik ve üstün yetenekli çocukların özellikleri ve eğitimleri, farklı gelişen çocukların oyun yoluyla eğitimi, özel eğitime muhtaç çocukların ailelerinde gözlenen tepkiler, ülkemizde özel eğitimin durumu, bu amaçla kurulmuş kurum ve kuruluşlar.

BEÖ215Seçmeli I-Mb Toplam Kalite Yönetimi
Toplam kalite yönetimine ilişkin temel kavramları öğrenerek,planlama,uygulama ve kontrol sistemlerinin işleyişinin eğitim sistemindeki önemini vurgulamak.

BEÖ216Ölçme Ve Değerlendirme
Eğitimde ölçme ve değerlendirmenin yeri ve önemi, ölçme ve değerlendirme ile ilgili temel kavramlar, ölçme araçlarında bulunması istenen nitelikler (güvenirlik, geçerlik, kullanışlılık), eğitimde kullanılan ölçme araçları ve özellikleri, geleneksel yaklaşımlara dayalı olan araçlar (yazılı sınavlar, kısa yanıtlı sınavlar, doğru-yanlış tipi testler, çoktan seçmeli testler, eşleştirmeli testler, sözlü yoklamalar, ödevler), öğrenciyi çok yönlü tanımaya dönük araçlar (gözlem, görüşme, performans değerlendirme, öğrenci ürün dosyası, araştırma kağıtları, araştırma projeleri, akran değerlendirme, özdeğerlendirme, tutum ölçekleri), ölçme sonuçları üzerinde yapılan temel istatistiksel işlemler, öğrenme çıktılarını değerlendirme, not verme, alanı ile ilgili ölçme aracı geliştirme.

BEÖ301Psikomotor Gelişim
Psikomotor davranışlarda ortaya çıkan yaşa bağlı değişimler, bireyler arasındaki benzerlik ve farklılıklar, kavramlar, ilkeler, psikomotor gelişimi etkileyen faktörler, kuramsal yaklaşımlar, fiziksel gelişim, psikomotor gelişim dönemleri, psikomotor gelişim ile fiziksel uygunluk, algısal motor yetenekleri ve benlik kavramı arasındaki ilişki, çocuklarda psikomotor davranışların değerlendirilmesi.

BEÖ302Beceri Öğrenimi
Harekete dayalı öğrenme ve performansı etkileyen kalıtsal, çevresel, psikolojik, sosyolojik, biyolojik, nörolojik, kinematik, metodik v.b etmenlerin tanımı, süreci ve modelleri, beceri öğrenme aşamaları, beceri türleri ile becerilerin ölçülmesi.

BEÖ303Fiziksel Uygunluk
Fiziksel uygunluğun tanımı, bileşenleri, önemi, fiziksel uygunlukla ilgili kavramlar, fiziksel uygunluğun ölçümü ve değerlendirilmesi, ideal ağırlığın belirlenmesi yöntemleri, her yaş ve fiziksel düzeyde fiziksel uygunluğun geliştirilmesi ve korunması için alıştırma yöntemleri, egzersiz alanlarının düzenlenmesi, yönetimi ve organizasyonu.

BEÖ304Egzersiz Ve Beslenme
Temel beslenme ilkeleri, karbonhidratlar, yağlar, proteinler, mineraller, vitaminler ve suyun organizmadaki görevleri, fiziksel performansa etkileri, yarış öncesi, arası ve sonrası beslenme ilkeleri, yaş, cinsiyet ve hastalık durumlarına göre beslenme, sporda ağırlık kontrolü, şişmanlık, sporcularda beslenme bozuklukları.

BEÖ305Voleybol
Voleybolun tarihçesi, oyun kuralları, temel teknik ve taktiklerle ilgili bilgi ve beceriler ile Voleybol; Antrenmanın Amaç ve İlkelerinin Yaş Gruplarına Göre Düzenlenmesi; Çocuklarda Antrenman; Gençlerde Antrenman; Yetişkinlerde Antrenman; Antrenman ve Müsabaka Yönetimi; Antrenör ve Antrenör Tipleri; Farklı Stildeki Oyunculara Karşı, Atak Oyuncularına Karşı, Defans Oyuncularına Karşı, Farklı Oynayan ve Defansif Oyunculara Karşı Savunma ve Hücum Felsefeleri

BEÖ306Eğitsel Oyunlar
Tanım, tarihçe, oyunun çocuklar için önemi, çocuk gelişimine etkisi, oyun ortamı ve aletleri, temel hareketlerin oyunla öğretimi, oyun seçimi, koordinasyon geliştiren oyunlar, ritmik etkinlikler içeren oyunlar, oyun materyali hazırlama ve oynama.

BEÖ307Beden Eğitimi Ve Spor Tarihi
Dünyada ve Türkiyede Beden Eğitimi ve sporun gelişim süreçlerinin karşılaştırmalı olarak incelenmesi.

BEÖ308Özel Öğretim Yöntemleri II
Beden Eğitimi ve Sporun öğretim yöntemleri öğrenme-öğretme süreçleri genel öğretim yöntemlerinin beden eğitimi öğretimine uygulanması, beden eğitimi ve spor alanındaki ders kitaplarının eleştirisel bir açıyla incelenmesi ve özel öğretim yöntem ve stratejileri ile ilişkilendirilmesi. Yıllık, ünite ve günlük plan türleri, Micro öğretim beceri ve uygulamaları, öğretimin değerlendirilmesi.

BEÖ309Seçmeli I I-A Raket Sporları
Raket Sporlarında ;Antrenmanın Amaç ve İlkelerinin Yaş Gruplarına Göre Düzenlenmesi; Çocuklarda Antrenman; Gençlerde Antrenman; Yetişkinlerde Antrenman; Antrenman ve Müsabaka Yönetimi; Antrenör ve Antrenör Tipleri; Farklı Stildeki Oyunculara Karşı, Atak Oyuncularına Karşı, Defans Oyuncularına Karşı, Farklı Lastikle Oynayan ve Ağırlıklı Olarak Defansif Oyunculara Karşı Savunma ve Hücum Felsefeleri; Dünyada ve Türkiye'de Badminton Tarihsel Gelişimi; Badminton Beslenme; Tekniklerin Teorik Bilgileri; Oyuncuların Özellikleri: Psikolojik, Fizyolojik, Bilişsel özellikleri; Saha ve Malzeme Bilgisi; Oyun ve Kural Bilgisi; Hakem Bilgisi.

BEÖ310Bilimsel Araştırma Yöntemleri
Bilim ve temel kavramlar (olgu, bilgi, mutlak, doğru, yanlış, evrensel bilgi v.b.), bilim tarihine ilişkin temel bilgiler, bilimsel araştırmanın yapısı, bilimsel yöntemler ve bu yöntemlere ilişkin farklı görüşler, problem, araştırma modeli, evren ve örneklem, verilerin toplanması ve veri toplama yöntemleri (nicel ve nitel veri toplama teknikleri), verilerin kaydedilmesi, analizi, yorumlanması ve raporlaştırılması.

BEÖ311Türk Eğitim Tarihi
Türk eğitim tarihinin, eğitim olgusu açısından önemi. Cumhuriyetten önceki eğitim durumu ve öğretmen yetiştiren kurumlar. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 1: Devrimin tarihsel arka planı, felsefî, düşünsel ve politik temelleri. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 2: Tevhid-i Tedrisat Kanunu: tarihsel temelleri, kapsamı, uygulanışı ve önemi; Türk eğitim sisteminde laikleşme.Türk Eğitim Devrimi 3: Karma eğitim ve kızların eğitimi, Yazı Devrimi, millet mektepleri, halk evleri. Türkiye Cumhuriyeti eğitim sisteminin dayandığı temel ilkeler. Köy Enstitüleri, Eğitim Enstitüleri ve Yüksek Öğretmen Okulları. Üniversiteler ve öğretmen yetiştirme. Yakın dönem Türk eğitim alanındaki gelişmeler.

BEÖ312Etkili İletişim Becerileri
Kişilerarası iletişimin tanımı; iletişim modeli, iletişim unsurları ve özellikleri, etkili dinleme ve geri bildirim, kişilerarası iletişimi engelleyen etkenler (kaynak, kanal, alıcı, vb.), iletişimi kolaylaştıran etkenler, duyguların iletişimde rolü ve kullanılması, iletişimde çatışma ve önlenmesi, öğrenci, öğretmen, veli iletişiminde dikkat edilmesi gereken önemli hususlar, iletişim uygulamaları.

BEÖ313Özel Öğretim Yöntemleri I
Alana özgü temel kavramlar ve bu kavramların alan öğretimiyle ilişkisi, alanının başta Anayasa ve Milli Eğitim Temel Yasası olmak üzere yasal dayanakları, alan öğretiminin genel amaçları, kullanılan yöntem, teknik, araç-gereç ve materyaller. İlgili Öğretim Programının incelenmesi(amaç, kazanım, tema, ünite, etkinlik, v.b.). Ders, öğretmen ve öğrenci çalışma kitabı örneklerinin incelenmesi ve değerlendirilmesi.

BEÖ314Sınıf Yönetimi
Sınıf yönetimi ile ilgili temel kavramlar, sınıf içi iletişim ve etkileşim, sınıf yönetiminin tanımı, sınıf yönetimi kavramının sınıfta disiplini sağlamadan farklı yanları ve özellikleri, sınıf ortamını etkileyen sınıf içi ve sınıf dışı etkenler, sınıf yönetimi modelleri, sınıfta kurallar geliştirme ve uygulama, sınıfı fiziksel olarak düzenleme, sınıfta istenmeyen davranışların yönetimi, sınıfta zamanın yönetimi, sınıf organizasyonu, öğrenmeye uygun olumlu bir sınıf ortamı oluşturma (örnekler ve öneriler).

BEÖ315Öğretim Teknolojileri Ve Materyal Gelişimi
Öğretim Teknolojisi ile ilgili kavramlar, çeşitli öğretim teknolojilerinin özellikleri, öğretim teknolojilerinin öğretim sürecindeki yeri ve kullanımı, okulun ya da sınıfın teknoloji ihtiyaçlarının belirlenmesi, uygun teknoloji planlamasının yapılması ve yürütülmesi, öğretim teknolojileri yoluyla iki ve üç boyutlu materyaller geliştirilmesi öğretim gereçlerinin geliştirilmesi (çalışma yaprakları, etkinlik tasarlama, tepegöz saydamları, slaytlar, görsel medya (VCD, DVD) gereçleri, bilgisayar temelli gereçler), eğitim yazılımlarının incelenmesi, çeşitli nitelikteki öğretim gereçlerinin değerlendirilmesi, İnternet ve uzaktan eğitim, görsel tasarım ilkeleri, öğretim materyallerinin etkinlik durumuna ilişkin araştırmalar, Türkiye'de ve dünyada öğretim teknolojilerinin kullanım durumu.

BEÖ316Okul Deneyimi
Öğretmenin ve bir öğrencinin okuldaki bir gününü gözlemleme, öğretmenin bir dersi işlerken dersi nasıl düzenlediğini, dersi hangi aşamalara böldüğünü, öğretim yöntem ve tekniklerini nasıl uyguladığını, derste ne tür etkinliklerden yararlandığını, dersin yönetimi için ve sınıfın kontrolü için öğretmenin neler yaptığını, öğretmenin dersi nasıl bitirdiğini ve öğrenci çalışmalarını nasıl değerlendirdiğini gözlemleme, okulun örgüt yapısını, okul müdürünün görevini nasıl yaptığını ve okulun içinde yer aldığı toplumla ilişkilerini inceleme, okul deneyimi çalışmalarını yansıtan portfolyo hazırlama.

BEÖ401Engelliler Için Beden Eğitimi Ve Spor
Engelliler için beden eğitimi ve sporun anlam ve önemi, engel türleri ve sınıflandırılmaları, engellilerde beden eğitimi ve spor, beden eğitimi ve sporun engelliler üzerindeki etkileri, engelliler için beden eğitimi ve sporla ilgili hukuki düzenlemeler.

BEÖ402Araştırma Projesi
Beden Eğitimi ve Sporla ilgili çeşitli konularda bilimsel araştırma projesi hazırlama, veri toplama, verileri değerlendirme, çalışmaları raporlaştırma ve sunma.

BEÖ403Seçmeli III - a Sporda Olimpizm
Felsefenin temel kavramları,spor felsefesi ve olimpizm kavramlarının öğrenilerek, spor ve olimpiyat ilişkisinin fair play, etik,estetik değerler bazında ele almak ve

BEÖ404Beden Eğitimi Ve Spor Yönetimi
Yönetim, organizasyon, yöneticilik, spor yöneticiliği ile ilgili temel kavramlar, yönetim biliminin ilke, teknik ve yöntemleri ışığında spor organizasyon ve yönetimi, uluslararası spor kurum ve kuruluşları, Türk beden eğitimi ve spor sisteminin teşkilat ile yönetim yapısı, işleyişi.

BEÖ405Drama
Eğitsel drama teriminin tanımı ve anlamı, benzer terimlerden (Psiko drama, Yaratıcı drama, Drama-Oyun, Drama) farkı, çocuklarla drama uygulamalarının tarihçesi, eğitsel dramanın yapısı ve uygulanma aşamaları, eğitici dramanın gençlere ve uygulama alanlarına göre sınıflandırılması, eğitsel drama ortamı ve öğretmen nitelikleri, eğitsel drama da özel teknikler, eğitsel dramanın değerlendirilmesi, uygulandığı alanın eğitim amaçlarına uygun eğitici drama örnekleri ve yeni örneklerin geliştirilmesi.

BEÖ406Seçmeli IV - a Raket Sporları
Raket Sporlarında ;Antrenmanın Amaç ve İlkelerinin Yaş Gruplarına Göre Düzenlenmesi; Çocuklarda Antrenman; Gençlerde Antrenman; Yetişkinlerde Antrenman; Antrenman ve Müsabaka Yönetimi; Antrenör ve Antrenör Tipleri; Farklı Stildeki Oyunculara Karşı, Atak Oyuncularına Karşı, Defans Oyuncularına Karşı, Farklı Oynayan ve Ağırlıklı Olarak Defansif Oyunculara Karşı Savunma ve Hücum Felsefeleri; Dünyada ve Türkiye'de Tenis Tarihsel Gelişimi; Tekniklerin Teorik Bilgileri; Oyuncuların Özellikleri: Psikolojik, Fizyolojik, Bilişsel özellikleri; Saha ve Malzeme Bilgisi; Oyun ve Kural Bilgisi; Hakem Bilgisi.

BEÖ407Topluma Hizmet Uygulamaları
Topluma hizmet uygulamalarının önemi, toplumun güncel sorunlarını belirleme ve çözüm üretmeye yönelik projeler hazırlama, panel, konferans, kongre, sempozyum gibi bilimsel etkinliklere izleyici, konuşmacı yada düzenleyici olarak katılma, sosyal sorumluluk çerçevesinde çeşitli projelerde gönüllü olarak yer alma, topluma hizmet çalışmalarının okullarda uygulanmasına yönelik temel bilgi ve becerilerin kazanılması.

BEÖ408Seçmeli II - Gk Organizasyon Teknikleri
Spor branşlarının farklı özelliklerine göre, spor federasyonlarının branş organizasyonlarını düzenleme, planlama, örgütleme, koordinasyon, kontrol gibi özelliklerini müsabakalar öncesi, müsabakalar süresi ve müsabakalar sonrasını değerlendirmek için düzenlemeler yapabilmek ve organizasyon özelliklerini öğrenmek.

BEÖ409Türk Eğitim Sistemi Ve Okul Yönetimi
Türk eğitim sisteminin amaçları ve temel ilkeleri, eğitimle ilgili yasal düzenlemeler, Türk eğitim sisteminin yapısı, yönetim kuramları ve süreçleri, okul örgütü ve yönetimi, okul yönetiminde personel, öğrenci, öğretim ve işletmecilikle ilgili işler, okula toplumsal katılım.

BEÖ410Öğretmenlik Uygulaması
Her hafta bir günlük plan hazırlama, hazırlanan planı uygulama, uygulamanın okuldaki öğretmen, öğretim elemanı ve uygulama öğrencisi tarafından değerlendirilmesi, değerlendirmeler doğrultusunda düzeltmelerin yapılması ve tekrar uygulama yapılması, portfolyo hazırlama.

BEÖ411Rehberlik
Temel kavramlar, öğrenci kişilik hizmetleri, psikolojik danışma ve rehberliğin bu hizmetler içerisindeki yeri, rehberliğin ilkeleri, gelişimi, psikolojik danışma ve rehberliğin çeşitleri, servisler (hizmetler), teknikler, örgüt ve personel, alandaki yeni gelişmeler, öğrenciyi tanıma teknikleri, rehber-öğretmen işbirliği, öğretmenin yapacağı rehberlik görevleri.

BEÖ412Seçmeli II - Mb Spor Psikolojisi & Sosyolojisi
Psiko-sosyal alanlarda spor ve sporcunun durumu ve sporla ilgili psikososyal tanımlar ve özelliklerinin incelenmesi ve sporda duygu,heyecan,algı,davranış,kişilik,zihinsel antrenman ile grup ve grup dinamiklerinin incelenmesi

BUS101Intro. to Business Management
Introduction to Business and Management I The environment & historical setting of business; the organisational evaluation of business enterprise, both structural & legal; differentiation of business functions and the rationalisation of business operations.

BUS108Principles of Management
This course introduces students to the field of management and emphasizes the knowledge and skills used by successful managers. Throughout the course, students will demonstrate specific knowledge and skills in the areas of management history, decision-making, communication, planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling and business ethics.

BUS203Financial Accounting I
Accounting and bookkeeping, accounting statements, the balance sheet equation, effects of transactions on the accounting equation, mechanics of double-entry accounting, the general journal, posting of transactions, trial balance, adjusting entries and preparing statements, financial analysis using accounting data to control and evaluate monetary results of business activities.

BUS204Financial Accounting II
Accounting for short and long-term assets, liabilities, payroll accounting, partnership and corporation accounting and some emphasis on cost accounting. (Prerequisite: BUS203)

BUS205Statistics I
Statistical ideas and their relevance in practical life; preparing data for statistical analysis. Elementary probability, random variables, frequency distributions and sampling. Logic of statistical references; descriptive statistics, estimation and significance tests.

BUS206Statistics II
Interpreting, organising and illustrating data. Present-day applications for interpreting reports, surveys, charts, graphs and opinion polls. Additional subject areas covered in this course include: Probability Theory, Probability Distributions, Central Limit Theorem, Confidence Interval Estimation, Hypothesis Testing, Chi-Square and F Distributions, ANOVA, Regression and Correlation Analysis. Also introducing statistical package-programs. (Prerequisite: BUS205)

BUS207Introduction to Law
Introduction to basic concepts of law. Legal systems, regulating activities of government & governmental agencies. An overall summary of the legal framework of the European Union.

BUS208Business Law
Prereq: BUS 207 Introduction to the business legal environment. Selective subjects relevant for managers from the law of contracts, civil law, commercial law, tax law, labour law, law on Bankruptcy and insurance law.

BUS211Microeconomics
Introduction to micro-economics: economics of the firm, resource allocation and prices; output and costs; market structures equilibrium and welfare economics.

BUS212Macroeconomics
Introduction to macroeconomics; introducing employment, money, monetary & fiscal policies; and equilibrium, inflation.

BUS213Business Ethics
This course exposes the student to both sides of past and present ethical dilemmas facing the world. Course content includes an overview of individual ethical development, ethical issues in business today, the opportunity and conflict of ethical decision-making framework, and the development of an effective ethics program in a corporation.

BUS301Organizational Behavior
Prereq: BUS 108 Review of human behaviour in organisations; interpersonal and interpersonal processes, influencing and persuasion, motivation and leadership in the workplace. Cultural influences on human behaviour will also be discussed.

BUS302E-Commerce
Use of Internet as a new channel for transferring goods & services; mechanics of E-commerce; characteristics of Internet as a tool without boundaries. Designing marketing programs for Internet use.

BUS303Human Resource Management
Prereq: BUS 108 The management of human beings in a complex organisation; recruiting, selecting, training, promoting & motivating human beings. Increasing personal loyalties & managing personnel to elevate individual contribution, increasing quality & lowering operational costs.

BUS304Operations Management
Prereq: BUS 205, BUS 206 Covers the basic quantitative techniques in major production systems, including planning & control of projects, statistical quality control, MRP aggregate scheduling & line balancing, queuing theory, transportation models and simulation techniques.

BUS305Quantitative Methods & Forecasting
Prereq: BUS 205, BUS 206 To provide interdisciplinary perspectives; probability, distribution, decision theory, inventory models, linear and integer programming and forecasting techniques.

BUS306Management Info Systems
Prereq: BUS 108 Overview of management functions in three district areas; hardware, software and personnel. The management issues & problems of planning, developing, installing, operating & maintaining information systems in organisations. Legal & ethical issues in computing. Special focus on the connection of managerial & technical resources in organisation. Attention is given to political, economic, physical & organisational factors.

BUS307Business Finance L
Prereq: MAT 101, MAT 102, BUS 205 Introduction to financial management; financial institutions & money markets; analysis of financial statements; discounted cash flow analysis; project cash flow analysis; analysis of flow of funds; risks and returns.

BUS308Business Finance Il
(Prereq:BUS307) Long-term planning & forecasting; basics of capital budgeting; cash management, accounts receivable and inventory management; short and long-term financing and portfolio management.

BUS310Organizational Theory
Prereq: BUS 108 The concepts of organisation; formal organisations; organisational dynamics & effectiveness; organisational development and change; emerging type of organisation; Organisational transformation and leadership.

BUS315Principles of Marketing
In this course, it is aimed at providing basic principles of marketing management such as marketing mix, segmentation, distribution, retail marketing and e-marketing. The concept how we manage and conduct effective relationships with the consumers and other target audiences for product and service in the competitive business world is the main purpose of this course. Analysis of relevant opportunities and constraints in consumer and industrial target markets is also among the main issues in this course.

BUS318Business to Business Marketing
This course explores in-depth the unique aspects of marketing to business and institutional customers in an increasingly complex, competitive and global marketplace. The course exposes students to a wide range of industrial products and services, and the technology, demand, competition, and requirements for success that characterize each of them. Topics include marketing strategy, organizational buyer behaviour, business market segmentation, market development, product development, B-to-B e-commerce, pricing, marketing channels, and marketing communications which comply with both local and global trade. The course is taught through lectures, case discussions, and presentations and is designed to develop the analytical, decision-making, and communication skills of the students.

BUS401International Business
Prereq: BUS 211, BUS 212 To understand why nations trade; characteristics of foreign markets and their impact on business decisions, including role of government, cross boarder transactions, cultural and regional influences.

BUS403Globalization & Economic.integration
Prereq:BUS211, BUS212 To understand globalisation and basic economic model it relies on; presenting the main reasons why globalisation is promoted (nature of multinational enterprises and their role in globalisation). The concept and stages of economic blocks. Basic reasons of creating economic blocks and consequences of this development.

BUS404Strategic Management
Prereq: BUS 203, BUS 204, BUS 303, BUS 304, BUS 307, BUS 308, BUS 315 To explore conceptual frameworks and models which will assist students to analyse competitive situations and strategic dilemmas and gain insight into strategic management. This course will provide a synthesis of previous course materials within the business programs. It will be taken in the last term of the undergraduate program. Class lectures are supplemented with case studies.

BUS406Insurance & Risk Management
(Prereq: BUS 307, BUS 308) This course surveys risk fundamentals, the risk management process, and insurance as a systematic approach to transfer and finance risk. It examines how insurance offers financial protection against major risks individuals face, how the insurance market is structured, and how and why the industry is regulated. This course also provides the theories and practical applications from the industry as well as issues related to the furtherance of insurance as a viable risk management solution.

BUS407Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Provides an overview of new venture formation process with the objective of providing students with the skills they will need to recognize opportunities and develop them into value-producing initiatives. Emphasis on identifying ideas that provide business opportunities and conducting feasibility analysis to determine their business potential.

BUS408Non-Governmental Organizations
This course explores concepts, analytical tools, management practices in NGO's. NGO's goods and services to business markets in domestic and global environments

BUS409Corporate Governance and Family Business
Nature of corporate governance and family business. How to manage the family business. Research, presentation and debates about corporate governance and family business.

BUS410Auditing
Auditing theory and practice: including auditing concepts, standards, procedures, rules of professional conduct, post-audit considerations, and preparation of auditor's report.

BUS411Cost Accounting
Treats accounting and managerial aspects in cost concepts including job order process cost systems, flexible budgets, joint by-product costs, break-even points, differential costs, problems and practice projects are the basis for study.

BUS412Financial Statement Analysis
Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to take full advantage of financial reports and analysis. Topics that will be covered include financial statement, ratio analysis, comparative analysis, and the management of operation funds.

BUS413Managerial Accounting
Case studies and detailed techniques of cost accounting, internal auditing, and controllership. Course provides understanding of important dimensions of management function of accounting.

BUS414Taxation
Principles and practice of taxation with topics including gross income, itemised deductions, capital gains and losses, net operating loss, carrying forward and back, history of taxation, inception of laws, credits, exemptions, tax research, and operation of tax forms.

BUS417Advanced Accounting
Deals with branch accounting, merger and consolidations, partnerships, trusts, insurance, governmental accounting and other advanced topics.

BUS418Small Business Seminar
How to start and manage your own business. The types of small business enterprises. Establishing and managing a small business. Preparing business plans. Presentations and case studies.

BUS419Research Methods in Business
Examines research designs commonly used in business decision making. Topics include survey, observation, data analysis, sampling, and quasi-experiments as they relate to problems in an organizational setting. Students submit a research proposal as part of the course requirements.

BUS420Contemporary Issues in Business
New developments in management and business forms. Research, presentation and debates about the new issues in business.

BUS422Project Evaluation & Investment Management
(Prereq: BUS307,BUS308) The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the area of investments with emphasis upon why individuals and institutions invest and how they invest. This course also deals with the design and analysis of investment projects. Topics include measures of risk and return, process and techniques of investment valuation, various statistical methods and simulation techniques used in determining and measuring the degree of risk associated with investments projects, effect of high inflation rates in evaluating investment projects and projects financing approaches.

BUS423International Finance
This course aims at introducing the students to instruments and institutions of international financial markets, evolution of international monetary system and foreign exchange markets. Also covered are rate determination theories, forecasting, purchasing power parity and interest rate parity theorems, hedging, speculation, internationaltrade financing, and international diversification of portfolios.

BUS424Commercial Bank Management
This course is designed to provide an overview of commercial banks, their functions, management, and role in the economy. Topics include: basic asset, liability, liquidity and interest-rate risk management, primary lending functions pricing techniques, risk management bank organisation and familiarisation with international banking. The purpose and functions of central banking are studied with attention to monetary targets and policies.

BUS425Portfolio Theory and Management
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to modern portfolio risk theory, diversification, market equilibrium, market efficiency, capital asset pricing, arbitrage pricing theory, option pricing theory, single & multi index models, principles of fundamentals and technical analysis, analysis of alternative investments and portfolio performance monitoring and management.

BUS426Financial Institutions and Markets
Study of financial sector; businesses, consumers and governments in money and capital markets are observed with emphasis on financial instruments, analysis of financial intermediaries and the determination of interest rates. The role of financial markets in economic development.

BUS427International Banking
The basic principles covered in Commercial Banking Management are enhanced through an international perspective. Topics covered in this course arean overview of international banking and its structure, as well as the changing nature of bank management.

BUS428International Accounting
International Accounting is the international aspects of accounting, including such matters as accounting principles and reporting practices in different countries and their classification; patterns of accounting development; international and regional harmonization, foreign currency translation; foreign exchange risk; international comparisons of consolidation accounting and inflation accounting; accounting in developing countries; performance evaluation of foreign subsidiaries.

BUS429Comparative Accountingstandards
Topics covered include; current reporting requirements; differences between countries; user needs; future developments, harmonization and standards. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs), International Accounting Standards (IASs) and other countries' accounting standards will be discussed. New developments in comparative international accounting.

BUS430Supply Chain Management
(Prereq:BUS205,BUS206,BUS304) Supply chain operating practices and principles (i.e., the fundamentals of materials and logistics management). Studies and analyzes the dynamic nature of supply chain management for products and services and addresses the impact of the global economy on the management process. The course also develops a solid grounding in the theory of supply chain design, which includes strategies for customer service, quality, logistics, inventory management, and integrated supply chain management. Includes forecasting, postponement, sourcing (in particular, global sourcing), network design, and virtual integration (web-centric) and illustrates these concepts through cases.

BUS434Persuasive Techniques in Communication and Strategies
Students will learn about strategies and techniques of persuasion relating to a wide variety of communication contexts, situations on the basis of worldwide case studies.

BUS436Contemporary Issues in Marketing
The focus of this course is to conceptualise and formulate strategic uses of contemporary marketing practices. The key issues and challenges facing the marketer in contemporary marketing will be assessed. New developments in marketing such as online public relations, advertising, niche marketing and one-to-one marketing issues are also in the content of this course.

BUS438Financial Derivatives and Corporate Decision Making
The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the necessary skills to value and to employ options, futures, and related financial contracts. The topics to be covered are; Futures Markets & Their Applications, including the pricing and use of futures contracts on stock indices, on commodities, and Treasury instruments; Options Markets & Their Applications, covering the valuation and use of options, including a discussion of the empirical evidence and dynamic asset allocation strategies; Swaps, Complex Derivatives, Structured Securities including several cases, and the use (and misuse)of derivatives in the context corporate applications.

BUS444Cross Cultural Studies in Organiztions
(Prereq:PSYC 100,SOCY100) Asian, American and European multinationals are studied on a comparative basis to understand similarities and differences in company objectives, company cultures and managerial practices.

BUS445Workshop in Export and Import
Theory and practice of export and import transactions. Enhance with case studies.

BUS447Comparative Banking Regulations
This course involves the application of basic contractual, tortious and restitutionary principles to the banking context. It also encompasses general and bank-specific legislation dealing with such diverse issues such as the prudential supervision of banks, the protection of consumers in their dealings with banks the operation of bank payment systems and the prevention of money-laundering and the financing of other unlawful activities. The aim of the course is to provide the student with an understanding of the basic principles of banking law to enable him or her to deal with the real-life banking law issues that are likely to arise in commercial practice.

BUS448Marketing Channels
In learning to manage a firm's marketing channels primary emphasis goes toward development of a strategic framework for channel analysis, planning, and management. This course also takes a in-depth look at trends in marketing channels and a comparison of intermediary industries

BUS449Managing Customer Relationship
The main purpose of this course is to introduce the basic theories and methodology of customer relationship management, including identifying profitable customers, understanding their needs and wants, and building a bond with them by developing customer-centric products and services directed toward providing customer value. The course provides hands-on experience with popular analytical CRM and data mining tools that are widely used in the industry. Topics will cover the issues in the customer life cycle: market segmentation, customer acquisition, basket analysis and cross-selling, customer retention and loyalty, and practical issues in implementation of successful CRM programs.

BUS450Consumer Behavior
Blending both concepts & applications from the field of consumer behaviour; presenting theoretical concepts, stressing the applications of these conceptual materials to marketing strategy and decision making in the private, public & non-profit sectors.

BUS451Sales Management
To build students' understanding of sales management concepts and strategies, organization of sales department, planning sale force activities, operations and evaluation of results.

BUS452Advertisement & Promotion Management
The main focuses of this course are advertising management and promotion techniques used by freelance advertisers and in-house advertising departments of any size of companies. New technologies in promotion and publicity sector and WEB advertising applications are also in the content of this course.

BUS453Brand Management
In this course, within the concept of image management and other communicative applications which strengthen the effective consumer perception, the meaning of brand will be explained through case studies. How a brand is created, promoted and developed will ve taken into account by both conceptual and analytical framework. Students also understand the similarities and differences between local and international brand managements.

BUS454Logistic Management
(Prereq:BUS304) Nature of logistic management. Institutional & functional analysis of distribution channels; selecting, evaluating & managing distribution channels. Location facilities, transportation, customer service and material handling

BUS455Marketing Research
Research can be accepted the most crucial process in all marketing activities, within this concept this course is designed for giving scientific method & techniques used for the systematic data gathering, recording & analysing data about problems related to marketing of goods and services

BUS456International Marketing
During this course the students can differentiate the concept of marketing a product or service internationally. Understanding multinational marketing environment and the conditions which determine market selection, product decisions, policy and pricing and distribution channels and different level of marketing communications will be explained during this course.

BUS457Marketing Strategy
This course aims that students may integrate their knowledge gained from previous courses in order to design a master plan of marketing, to create a sustainable competitive advantage over rivals.

BUS458Integrated Marketing Communication
This course introduces students to the concept and application of integrating the elements of advertising, sales promotion, public relations, direct marketing and other essentials of the marketing mix to support the overall marketing strategy. IMC allows marketers to effectively and efficiently reach prospects and retain customers with consistent brand messages in the context of fragmented media and increasing customer empowerment through the Internet. Emphasis will be placed on linking the fundamentals of segmentation, targeting, positioning, buyer behaviour, and branding with planning, budgeting, and executing a comprehensive, integrated marketing communication program from message development through media selection

BUS459Marketing Seminar
In this course it is aimed at collaborate with the marketing elites from different sector and for this approach we may organize several types of conferences, seminars and workshops in order to enhance student's experience and knowledge in the area.

BUS460Budgeting Systems and Control
Business budgets. Preparations and applications of different types of budgeting systems for business corporations. Budgets and controlling systems.

BUS461Accounting Software Applications
Computer aided accounting. Theory and application of different types of accounting computer programs.

BUS462Leadership and Organizational Culture
(Prereq: BUS 301) The course focuses on understanding the critical leadership competencies and characteristics necessary for guiding organizations. This course will use leadership self-awareness tools developed especially for organizational leaders. Students will deepen their understanding of traditional and contemporary leadership theories and practices; and, explore the organizational contexts where work, management and leadership happen. Guiding organizations through strategic and operational change initiatives requires an understanding of organizational culture and change. This course will enable students to study organizational theories, systems thinking, and the relationship between cultural issues and successful change implementation. They will experiment with taking on the role of a change agent through simulations, case studies, and studying changes in their own work place.

BUS464Accounting for Banks
This course explores Banks' financial statements, financial instruments, accounting for business combinations and consolidated accounts, disclosure and future developments Banks'' financial statements.

BUS465Special Topics in Finance
Contemporary issues in financial management will be presented and discussed in this course. Thus, there will be opportunity to cover other new topics in finance.

BUS466Health Care Marketing
This course will focus on the environmental factors, and the managerial implications of these factors, that are shared across the health sector context. More specifically, we will note that health care consumption decisions: o are subject to substantial ethical considerations and public-policy scrutiny o are made by multiple decision makers, often with competing economic interests o involve wide variation in levels of end-user knowledge and motivation yet often rely heavily on co-production o are made within rapidly-changing technological environments requiring education of stakeholder groups We will explore the implications of the above for marketing analysis, tactics, and strategy. We will review existing applied works within the topic area of healthcare marketing and experiences in this sector.

BUS469Retail Marketing & Management
The principles, practices, and concepts used in retail marketing management. Describe the complex nature and environment of retail marketing management together with the buying and selling of goods, services, and ideas to the final consumer. Understand the conceptual and organizational aspects of the retail sector, including strategic planning and management in the retail industry. Understand the key elements in planning, managing, and executing the retail marketing mix as they relate to the product, price, distribution, and promotion. Identify the approaches to and guidelines used to analyze and solve retailers' problems and make decisions in retail organizations.

CEN301Microprocessor
Basic computer organisation and design. Instruction and their use. Instruction formats. Addressing techniques. Assembler language with examples from microprocessors. Detailed examination of addressing, instruction execution, data representation and program coding and debugging. Interrupt concept and usage. (Prerequisite: ENG206)

CEN302Structured Programming Languages
Introduction programming language design and implementation issues; language design and relation to compiler/interpreter design; block structured languages- block structure, scope, procedure mechanism, parameter passing, stack architecture. (Prerequisite: ENG102)

CEN303Data Structures and Algorithms
The objective of this course is to provide an introduction to data structures and algorithms. Topics include: control flow, loops, recursion; elementary data structures (lists, stacks, queues) and their implementation via array and pointers; advanced sorting algorithms, linear sorting algorithms, binary trees , general trees and heaps. Elementary graph algorithms. (Prerequisite: ENG102)

CEN304File Organization and Access Methods
The methods of data representation in auxiliary memory. It covers several methods of data access for the sequential, indexed-sequential and direct types file organisation. Two advanced access methods considered are hashing and tree search. Implementation is based on programming exercises and small projects.

CEN305Object Oriented Programming
Building on a prior knowledge of program design and data structures, this course covers object oriented design, including classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, and information hiding. Student will apply techniques using a modern object oriented implementation language. (Departmental consent) (Prerequisite: ENG203)

CEN306Database Systems
This course introduces the basic principals of relational database systems, their structure and use. Topics covered include the use of entity relationship model in specifying a database; the relational model, and the translation of entity relationship; SQL and relational database design.

CEN307Operating Systems
This course introduces the fundamentals concepts and structure of modern operating systems (as an example, MS DOS, LINUX, and Windows). Topics include CPU, memory, file and device management, distributed systems and group communication. Processes and their communication, scheduling methods and algorithms are in the implementation focus. Distributed operating systems and their resources are considered. File-service system and remote access.

CEN401Graduation Project I
The development of design skills and engineering judgement, based upon previous and current course and laboratory experience, is accomplished by participating in a design project. Projects are selected in areas of current interest in computer engineering.

CEN402Graduation Project II
A continuation of CEN401 in which the design is implemented and demonstrated. This includes testing and demonstrating the performance and evaluation of results. (Prerequisite:CEN401)

CEN403Software Design
Overview of software life cycle processes. Practical and theoretical topic including systems analysis and requirement specification, software design, implementation testing and maintenance.

CEN407Introduction to Web Design
Web design and programming course is a very comprehensive, detailed course that teaches how to plan, organize, and create a web site from start to finish in both aspect of web programming and design. The course places a heavy emphasis on individual page design and layout. Using some very powerful techniques taught in this course, learners will learn how even the most simplest of pages can be arranged to look more appealing and professional! By the end of this course, through a formal introduction to both an authoring software application and basic Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), students will have created a well-designed web site while having fun along the way. Also students will introduce to PHP and they will develop some PHP applications, especially database connection and modifying data retrieve from database.

CEN415Data Communication
Data communication networks and open system standards. The electrical interface. Data transmission. Protocol basics. Data link control protocols.

CEN420Automata Theory and Formal Languages
Classification of automata and formal languages. Finite machines and regular events, context-free languages and machines with push-down memory, effectiveness, halting problem, insolvability, undecidability, and Turing machines.

CEN421Computer Graphics
An introduction to computer graphics. Graphics hardware overview; Drawing of 2D primitives (polylines, polygons, ellipses), character generation; Attribute primitives (line styles, colour and intensity, area filling, character attributes); 2D transformations (general scaling), general rotation, sheer reflection); windowing and clipping; 3D concepts (3D transformations, viewing, modelling).

CEN428Introduction to Neural Networks
This course introduces, in qualitative terms, what neural networks are, their properties and compositions. For the simplest class of neural networks, the least-mean-square algorithm (LMS) and the perceptron are examined. The multilayer perceptrons trained with the back-propagation algorithm and another class of layered neural networks, namely radial-basis function networks is introduced. The mathematical modelling of self-organizing maps and also the recurrent network architecture will be given.

CEN430System Analysis and Design
Concepts, procedures technique involved in the development of information and management systems. Emphasis is placed on the system approach to problem solving, user environment, and project control. Application of the theory and technique is on the analysis and planning phase of system development cycle. Tools, techniques, and methodologies for structured analysis, design, development, and implementation of information systems.

CEN432Data Security and Protection
Basics of data security and protection. Intruders and viruses, firewall and trusted operating systems, protection in operating systems. Methods of applications to prevent or detect intrusions. TCP/IP protocol and its weakness.

CEN440Computer Hardware and Applications
An introduction to computer interfaces, including well-known digital and analogue interfacing, as well as industrial control circuits. Full discuss of the operation and interfacing of A/D and D/A converters. Sensors and transducers. A microcomputer-based industrial Process-control System. Robotics and Embedded Control. DSP and digital filters.

CEN441Computer Aided Production Systems
Learn the modern methods for planning and scheduling. Gain knowledge required to differentiate various methods for planning and scheduling applied in corporate information systems. Learn the application of simulation in manufacturing. Prepare a simulation model and with the help of this model solve various capacity, planning and design problems using modern interactive simulation tools

CEN443Research Methods
Learn the basics in various aspects of research and project management from the most theoretical through the subject specific to practical advice on undertaking research. Gain knowledge on how to contribute to research. Learn how to manage research projects. Learn about the writing skills for project proposals, theses and dissertations. Learn about professional skills required in profes. life such as communication skills and presentation skills.

CEN446Introduction to Information Retrieval
Principles of information retrieval and their application to information systems and services. Boolean and vector space and probabilistic retrieval models; evaluation of methods. Classification of documents.

CEN448Qt Programming
Qt is multiplatform C++ application development framwork. This course is designed as introduction to Qt programming. The course is based on theory, discussion and practical expreience. The cours will help student learn the aspects and strategy of Qt programming. The examples and lab-exercises given throughout the course are designed to underline the theory and to help students get a full understanding of the processes of using Qt. İn this course Qt Creator will be used for Rapid Development Applications.

CEN450Computer Architecture
Introduction to the design and evaluation of modern computer architecture. Topics include: Analytic model for computer; System evaluation; Memory design, including a study of cache memories and support for virtual memory; Pipelined systems; RISC architecture; Vector computers; Parallel and distributed architectures.

CEN455Parallel Computing
This course studies the design and evaluation of modern computer architecture. Topics include: Microprocessors-Characteristics, Interconnection structures; Arbitration, communication and synchronisation; Cache Coherence; System Performance; The paradigms of Parallel Computing; Some Case Studies.

CEN457Analysis of Algorithms
This course introduces the students to the design of algorithms. The first part of the course presents recursion concepts and simple algorithms which rely on the recursion concept. The second part exposes some well known programming paradigms, such as brute force, divide and conquer, dynamic programming, greedy algorithms and applies them on several types of problems

CEN465Image Processing
Overview of the concepts and techniques in image processing. Students get familiarized with various applications in the area of image processing and computer vision

CEN468Visual Programming
Concepts and principles of RAD (Rapid Application Development) tools. Programming with visual elements and readily available objects. Learning .NET Framework environment and Creating packages with accepted standards in visual environment. Topics include basic and complex visual form design, usage of properties, methods and events of basic objects. Creating user defined objects and maintaining database connection to packages.

CEN470Artificial Intelligence
Consideration of processes by which machines simulate intelligence; heuristic and algorithmic processes in problem solving, and programming machines for simple operations; models of cognitive processes; applications and limitations of machine intelligence. Examples of algorithms and their LISP or PROLOG implementations. Historical foundations, The Turing test, Knowledge representation methods, Structure for state space search, Languages and Programming Techniques for AI, Understanding of Natural Language, First order predicate logic, Reasoning, Inferencing, and Introduction to the Sub-techniques of AI: Expert systems, Neural Network, Fuzzy set and Systems.

CEN472Machine Learning
Paradigms of machine learning, inductive deductive abductive forms of learning, cognitive aspects of learning, connectionless models of learning, programming environments for learning programs.

CEN477Java Programming
Builds on fundamental concepts of data processing techniques and technical language concepts developed in earlier programming language courses. Emphasis is on computer programming logic using JAVA. Input/Output processing, subroutines, function statements are covered. Object oriented programming concepts are also studied.

CEN479Introduction to Cryptography
Cryptanalysis Methods and Encryption/Decryption Techniques, starting from first known technique to nowadays will be examined. Course can be separated to three main titles which can also be listed chronologically as,(i) Classical Techniques(ii) Data Encryption Standards(iii) Advanced Encryption Standards.

CEN480Management Information Systems
Applications of computer-based information systems to support management decision making; basic system design, data organisation, and data processing.

CEN490Distributed Systems
Concept of concurrency is introduced. Layered protocols. Synchronisation in distributed systems (clock synchronisation, mutual exclusion, election algorithms). The client-server model and implementation. Processor models.

CEN498Embedded Systems
Learning the basics of designing, interfacing, configuring, and programming embedded systems. Gain competency in embedded systems field and in the implementation of learned techniques. Helping to prepare students for cutting edge careers in industry and research. Designing and programming a complete embedded system in intermediate level

CEN499Electronics for Computer Engineers
Teaching basic transistor-level (BJT and MOS) structures and signalling methods of basic digital circuits. Teaching analysis of static and dynamic behavior of basic digital circuits. Transferring knowledge about contemporary issues related with physical realization of digital systems

CH101General Chemistry
Matter and measurements; Atom, molecules and ions. Stochiometry, the mole, mass relations in chemistry reactions; gases, kinetic theory of gases; electronic structure and the Periodic Table, quantum numbers, energy levels and orbitals. Covalent bonding, thermo-chemistry, calorimetry, bond energy, firs law of thermodynamics, liquids and solids, molecular substances, phase diagrams, types of solutions, concentration units, acid-base model, water dissociation constant, pH and pOH; Alkanes and alkenes, aromatic hydrocarbonates and their derivatives, functional groups, synthetic organic polymers, nuclear reactions, nuclear stability and radioactivity, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion.

CIS205Statistical Data Analysis
This course provide students majoring in Management Information Systems with an introductory survey of the many applications of descriptive and inferential statistics. Emphasis is made on the conceptual nature of statistical topics to enable students to make effective interpretations, judgment and decisions by using SPSS. (Prerequisite: MAT102)

CIS206Information Systems
This course offers students information on Management Information Systems and concepts of data and communication systems. Structure and elements, organizations, functions of management, leadership, organising and controlling planning and the decision making process, elements of control in the organisation, information technology and MIS, and the influence on MIS design are covered. Emphasis is made on different types of information systems.

CIS207Fundamentals of Programming Language
Language Builds on fundamental concepts of data processing techniques and technical language concepts. Emphasis is on computer programming logic, programming problems in JAVA, input/output processing, subroutines, function statements, flow-charting, and problem definition. Hands-on programming projects utilising any computer language is covered. (Prerequisite: CIS102)

CIS209Database Systems
This course introduces the basic concepts and elements of file management techniques and database management systems. Students are expected to understand the fundamental concepts as well as get practical hands-on experience with commercial database management systems through programming assignments and projects using SQL.

CIS212Visual Programming
This course incorporates the basic concepts of programming, problem solving and programming languages. Lectures are presented in a sequence that allows students to learn how to deal with visual interface while acquiring important programming skills such as creating projects with objects, decisions, loops, and data management

CIS214System Analysis & Design
System Analysis and Design covers the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, tools and perspectives essential for systems analysts to successfully develop information systems. Types of information systems and system development, developing information systems and the systems development cycles, improving IS development productivity and managing/analysing the information systems project are covered.

CIS218Networking & Telecommunications
This course covers the area of computer networks including protocols, transmission rules, topologies and all related topics to establish and manage all types of networks. An introduction to the fundamental concepts of computer networks will be made and areas including the basic performance and engineering trade-offs in the design and implementation of computer networks, network hardware/software, OSI and TCP/IP reference models and the responsibility and design issues of each layer of these models will be covered. Other topics that will be discussed include the TCP/IP protocol family, multiplexing, switching, routing, LANs, wireless LANs, cellular networks, network applications as well as the new trends in computer communication networks.

CIS307Object Oriented Programming
Building on a prior knowledge of program design and data structures, this course covers object oriented design including classes, object, inheritance, polymorphism, and information hiding. The student will apply techniques using a modern object oriented implementation language. (Prerequisite: CIS201)

CIS313Information Systems Security
The Information Systems Security course enables students to learn security concepts and understand how IT related risks can be minimized through security and control measures. Students will also develop an understanding of some important regulatory requirements. The course assumes the students to have a preliminary knowledge of computers and the internet. The course will enable students and/or professionals, interested in information security, risk and compliance, develop the knowledge and skills required to pursue careers as internal and external IS auditors, information security professionals, consultants, among others.

CIS316Adv. Database Management Systems
This course covers the architecture of a DBMS, responsibilities and tasks of a DBA, installation, logical DB layout, and physical DB layouts. Query processing, indexing/hashing, transaction management, backup, recovery, logging, managing the development process, tuning, security/auditing, data replication, and mirroring are also included. (Prerequisite: CIS203)

CIS318Multimedia Development
Multimedia Development course emphasises the development and evaluation of multimedia applications, leading to careers as Multimedia Designer/Programr or Web Developer. Students will learn practical skills in human computer interaction, databases, image manipulation, Flash programming, and teamworking and project management. Students will apply these skills in a second year team project and a final year individual project to develop sophisticated systems. Students will explore the design of effective, interactive multimedia systems, particularly Child-Computer Interaction and education.

CIS320Computer Services Management
The aim of this course is to impart the skills and understanding required to manage complex computer systems as part of the support services of an organisation. This will include selection, installation, service concept, organisation, business processes, customer liaison, availability management, capacity planning, support processes, planning, costing and charging, contracting and procurement and legal and professional issues, maintenance and support of a wide range of computing technologies and an understanding of currently recommended computing technologies.

CIS401It Project Management
This course involves an intensive review of literature in the field. Students participate in projects given to implementing computer techniques and perspectives in private and public sector-problem solving. The purpose of the project is to develop an understanding of independent research by studying a particular MIS topic. It is an extended exercise in the professional application of the skills and experience gained in the undergraduate program. The project must demonstrate the student`s abilities in solving an MIS task related to software and/or hardware design, implementation and testing. The student may take on an original implementation for their project or rather perform an analysis, simulation or modification of an existing system.

CIS403Operating Systems
This course covers the Designs and Implementation of computer operating systems. User interfaces, management of various system resources, process management, memory management, input/output, file system facilities, and concurrency are included.

CIS404Computer Graphics
Creating mouse tools and pop-up windows are covered within this course. Other topics include Interactive drawing tools, A CAD program, three-dimensional graphics, solid modelling, use of ready graphics tools animations, and current and future trends in animation

CIS415Software Engineering Principles
This course covers the scope of software engineering, software process methods, software metrics, project management concepts, software project planning, project scheduling, risk analysis and management, software quality assurance, software configuration management, version control testing, software maintenance, reengineering, and reverse engineering.

CIS416Professional & Legal Issues in Computing
To function effectively, professional IT practitioners need not only the appropriate technical knowledge, skills and experience, but also a broad understanding of the context in which they operate. IT professionals must understand the relationship between technological change, society and the law, and the powerful role that computers and computer professionals play in a technological society. This course helps IT professionals to be capable in their chosen professional areas, operate effectively in work and community situations and to be aware of their environments.

CIS418Graduation Project
This capstone course uses individual research, or any approach that tends toward a synthesis of all aspects of computer systems applications. Students are responsible for developing a project from inception to completion in conjunction with the assigned instructor. The graduation project provides final year students with the opportunity to use, prove and strengthen the knowledge acquired throughout their undergraduate studies in an interdisciplinary project. The aim of the project is to give a high-level standard of design experience based on the knowledge and skills acquired in earlier course work and incorporating a business and information technology standard with realistic constraints including considerations of economic, environmental, sustainability, manufacturability, and ethics

CIT101Information Technology in Education I
Information systems in education and introduction to computers. Basic components of computer systems: CPU, input - output devices, auxiliary storage devices, history of computers, operating systems and environments, computer networks and communication, internet history and growth. Managing text: word processors. Managing numbers: spreadsheets. Page editing, tables, pictures, forms, menus and toolbars. Adding objects, drawing charts, templates, memos, newsletters. Impact of computer society, computer ethics and security.

CIT102Information Technology in Education II
Internet fundamentals. Data and database structures. Programming languages. Structured program design. Programming basics, arithmetic and logical operations, basic control structures, modularizing programs. Use of computers in school education. Creation of a database, tables, queries, forms and reports. Video, presentation and slide show programs. Different operating systems and their usage areas. Different programming paradigms (object oriented, structured), different programming languages (C , C#, Java), script languages (JavaScript,VBScript), server-side script languages (ASP, PHP, JSP) and their usage areas. Flowcharts, basic algorithms and data structures. Recent Technological developments and their contribution to education such as course management systems (CMSs).

CIT203Programming Languages I
Basic concepts in programming languages: variables, sequence, selection, conditional statements, iterations and loops. Data types, local and global variables. Arithmetic and logical comparisons. Selection statements (if, if / else) and nested control statements. Loops (while, do / while, for); infinite loops and usage areas of infinitive loops, nested loops. User defined and library functions of programming languages. Random number generation and its usage. Arrays and File operations. Structured programming paradigms.

CIT204Programming Languages II
The underlying concepts and principles of programming in visual platforms. The course emphasis the design and implementation of a visual development environment: such as visual Basic or visual C#. General structure of a Visual development environment, data types, variables, standard functions, conditional statements, event driven properties, selection statements, user defined data types and functions, loops, nested loops, files and database connections in order to select, insert, update or delete different data records to/from a database.

CIT205Computer Hardware
Information on the installation, operation, maintenance and support of PC hardware. Maintaining a personal computer system. Fundamental information about personal computers, microprocessors, RAM, power supplies, motherboards, BIOS, CMOS, the expansion bus, ISA, PCI slots, input/output devices and other critical hardware component of an idealized PC.

CIT206Graphics and Animation in Education
Communication through graphics, graphic design, design process and principles of design, history of graphic design, creativity in graphic design, basic design elements of graphic, application areas of graphic design (typography, signs, emblems, icons, logo and trademarks, visual identity design, poster design); basic graphic terminology (pixel depth, compression, picture layout, resolution); graphics and animation software packages (Photoshop, Fireworks, Flash, etc) and tools (toolbox, layers, filters, effects); animation, scripting languages in animation; animation in education.

CIT224Information Security Principles, and Standards
Attacks and threats,Cryptography overview Network authentication and key management,Kerberos, SSL,Web security, Firewalls,Wireless

CIT303Operating Systems and Applications
Fundamental concepts and history of Operating Systems. Basic concepts and the evolution of operating system. Operating system features and characteristics. Von Neumann architecture. Standard operating systems and structures (Windows, Linux, MAC OS). Using operating systems: monitoring programs and shell; console programming and graphical user interface. Processes, memory management and file systems. The overall functioning of operating systems and the concept of desktop. Controlling menus and programs, file and folder options, user and group operations. Sharing files and printers, managing system performance, monitoring and supervision of operating systems (security and malicious programs, backup operations).

CIT306Computer Networks and Communication
The underlying concepts and principles of computer networks. Different components of a network and how these components fit together. The design and implementation of network software that transforms raw hardware into a richly functional communication system. Real networks (such as the Internet, ATM, Ethernet, Token Ring) used to reinforce the concepts and demonstrate various protocols. LAN communication technologies (802.X family and Ethernet, token ring, FDDI), WAN communication technologies (x25, DSL ISDN, FR, etc). TCP/IP and Internet architecture, IP routing, communication via the internet: e-mail, instant messaging programs. Protocols (FTP, HTTP). Network security, remote access, network service providers and operations.

CIT307Web Based Design and Programming
Managing and creating web pages. Introduction to XHTML and web programming. Designing web pages: backgrounds, colours text, links, tables, lists, frames and layer usage. HTML forms and form elements, the use of HTML templates, HTML and other media types, inserting objects into HTML pages (PDF files, office documents, videos, sounds, animations), internet programming concepts. Style sheets, CSS usage in advanced web design and client-side script languages (such as JavaScript). Recent web design innovations (HTML5, feeds, XML etc) and applications.

CIT312Database Management Systems
Foundations of database systems, data and data models and design of relational database. E/R diagrams and normalization. SQL (structured query language), SQL operations and commands. Multiple tables in SQL, SQL programming and functions, error status transaction in SQL programming. DBMS installation and administrative operations, doing SQL queries in a DBMS.

CIT314Multimedia Production and Design
Introduction of course development software, electronic courseware planning, design and development stages, screen design principles, digital image/audio/video software, animation, user interaction, feedback techniques, navigation, multimedia courseware packaging, evaluation. Creating, publishing and evaluation of multi-media applications.

CIT322Computer Logic and Algorithms
Theory of counting; the multiplication rule, ordered samples and permutations, unordered samples without repetition; binomial coefficients, unordered samples with repetition. Propositional calculus and boolean algebra; propositional calculus, basic boolean functions, logic gates, minterm and maxterm expansions. Flowcharts,pseudocode, control structures, datatypes and items.

CIT332Data Analysis with Spss
This course is designed to introduce students to fundamental concepts and statistical procedures used in social work research. It also introduces students to computer applications for data analysis and helps them develop basic skills in data file construction and manipulation, data definition, and statistical analysis. The primary focus of the course is on developing a conceptual and mathematical understanding of statistics needed for advanced work in research design, model development, model fitting and estimation, hypothesis testing, multivariate techniques, and interpretation of data.

CIT403Project Development and Management I
The main components of project management in the field of instructional technology. Understanding theory and practice of project management process. Project management context and processes, project integration, time management, cost management, quality management, team management, risk management and project planning in the process of design development and evaluation of instructional software. Project planning and managing using Microsoft Project. Sample projects, project planning approaches.

CIT404Project Development and Management II
Major steps and techniques used in designing and evaluation of instructional software. Learning the necessary knowledge and skills to apply project management life cycle to instructional software design, development and evaluation process.

CIT407Web Design
The fundamentals and common working principles of server side programming languages (such as asp, asp.net, php, perl, jsp, etc.) Server side web application development. Programming constructs of server side programming: data types (character, numeric, logical, date, etc.), variables, sessions, functions, selection (if, switch, case, etc.), loops (do-while, for, loop, etc.) and environmental variables. Internet via HTTP requests and responses sent to the database over the Internet to connect and perform database operations.

CIT413Instructional Game Development
This course presents the Scratch media development application and teaches basic instructional gme development and game design techniques by using Scratch. After completing the course, students will have a fundamental understanding of instructional game development methods and procedures. Scratch was developed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT) and is used by Harvard University for their "Introduction To Computer Programming" courses.

CIT417Introduction to Serious Game Studies
Basic concepts, principles and characterics of video games; social, philosophical, psychological and historical Foundations of video games in general.

CLL101Basic Chinese I
Teaching the basic structure of Chinese Language. Teaching phonetics and four voice tones of the Chinese Language. Also, teaching typological characteristics of the phonetic system. Improving students’ accent in accordance to the Chinese phonetics. Teaching the Chinese alphabet.

CLL102Basic Chinese II
Teaching the basic structure of Chinese Language. Teaching phonetics and four voice tones of the Chinese Language. Also, teaching typological characteristics of the phonetic system. Improving students’ accent in accordance to the Chinese phonetics. Teaching the Chinese alphabet.

CLL103Speaking I
Studying dialogues in Chinese and rendering the students capable of their thoughts and emotions. Teaching the pronunciation of stressed, unstressed, long and short syllabes. Teaching techniques and methods of forming accurate sentence. Listening records of TV programs and develop the students’ skills of listening and understanding simultaneously.

CLL104Speaking II
Studying dialogues in Chinese and rendering the students capable of their thoughts and emotions. Teaching the pronunciation of stressed, unstressed, long and short syllabes. Teaching techniques and methods of forming accurate sentence. Listening records of TV programs and develop the students' skills of listening and understanding simultaneously.

CLL105Listening I
Listening to the tapes at the level of basic Chinese and doing. Analysis of sentence structures, and improving the students’ ability of listening and understanding.

CLL106Listening II
Listening to the tapes at the level of basic Chinese and doing. Analysis of sentence structures, and improving the students’ ability of listening and understanding.

CLL107Basic Writing I
Writing compositions at the level of basic chinese, rendering the students capapabilities of articulating their thoughts and feelings in and through writing. Teaching the techniques and methods of writing Chinese characters, forming accurate sentence and writing composition.

CLL108Basic Writing II
Writing compositions at the level of basic chinese, rendering the students capapabilities of articulating their thoughts and feelings in and through writing. Teaching the techniques and methods of writing Chinese characters, forming accurate sentence and writing composition.

CLL110Reading Newspapers and Magazine
Accurate and in depth reading of Chinese texts chosen from newspapers and magazines. Analysis of sentence structures. Revealing the difference between newspaper and magazine languages in and through a comparative study of chosen texts.

CLL201Intermediate Chinese I
Teaching of more complicated sentences and their meanings. Teaching of Chinese language’s more complicated grammar and spelling qualities. Basic knowledge about the grammar of Modern Chinese will be learned systematically. Basic terminology and their usage such as noun, verb, adverb, subject etc will also be learnt. Also students writing and speaking skills will become to intermediate level as well as ability to analyze the grammatical mistakes by the end of the course.

CLL202Intermediate Chinese II
Teaching of more complicated sentences and their meanings. Teaching of Chinese language’s more complicated grammar and spelling qualities. Basic knowledge about the grammar of Modern Chinese will be learned systematically. Basic terminology and their usage such as noun, verb, adverb, subject etc will also be learnt. Also students writing and speaking skills will become to intermediate level as well as ability to analyze the grammatical mistakes by the end of the course.

CLL203Speaking III
The purpose of the course is to study of dialogues and rendering the students capable of articulating their thoughts and feelings at an advanced level. Specific subjects will be given to the students and will be expected to express themselves in advanced level of Chinese. Speaking and expressing themselves fluently is expected by the end of the course.

CLL204Speaking IV
The purpose of the course is to study of dialogues and rendering the students capable of articulating their thoughts and feelings at an advanced level. Specific subjects will be given to the students and will be expected to express themselves in advanced level of Chinese. Speaking and expressing themselves fluently is expected by the end of the course.

CLL205Reading and Comprehension I
Reading Chinese texts at an Intermediate level, analyzing the grammar of the written materials will be learnt, as well as usage of words and content of these texts. Stories, myths, love stories and narratives will be read and analyzed.

CLL206Reading and Comprehension II
Reading Chinese texts at an Intermediate level, analyzing the grammar of the written materials will be learnt, as well as usage of words and content of these texts. Stories, myths, love stories and narratives will be read and analyzed.

CLL207Writing I
Teaching Chinese grammar and sentence structure at an intermediate level is the purpose of the course. Writing compositions and increasing the ability of students in articulating their thoughts and feelings will be learnt.

CLL208Writing II
Teaching Chinese grammar and sentence structure at an intermediate level is the purpose of the course. Writing compositions and increasing the ability of students in articulating their thoughts and feelings will be learnt.

CLL213Chinese Society and Culture I
Knowledge about the Chinese culture, philosophy, education, politics, arts and history will be given to the students. Comparison between Chinese culture and Asian, Anatolian and West will be done during the course.

CLL214Chinese Society and Culture II
Knowledge about the Chinese culture, philosophy, education, politics, arts and history will be given to the students. Comparison between Chinese culture and Asian, Anatolian and West will be done during the course.

CLL215Chinese History
Teaching the development of Chinese History from antiquity to the present day with specific attention on important events and individuals. Comparison of social, economical and intellectual developments in different ages of Chinese history. Interpreting important events that have occurred throughout the history of China and pointing out the influences of these on the countries around China. The analysis of the history of a rapidly developing China from the perspective of today.

CLL216Newspaper and Magazine Reading
Accurate and in depth reading of Chinese texts chosen from newspapers and magazines. Analysis of sentence structures. Revealing the difference between newspaper and magazine languages in and through a comparative study of chosen texts.

CLL301Advanced Chinese Reading I
Teaching of more complicated signs, their meanings and their explanations in the way of advancing the students’ ability to comprehend sophisticated texts is the main purpose of the course.

CLL302Advanced Chinese Reading II
Teaching of more complicated signs, their meanings and their explanations in the way of advancing the students’ ability to comprehend sophisticated texts is the main purpose of the course.

CLL303Advanced Chinese Speaking I
Using various forms of dialogue in the way of increasing the students’s ability to articulate more complicated thoughts and feelings. Audio recordings, short stories and dialogues will be analysed in the way of improving the students’ listening, comprehnsion and speaking skills.

CLL304Advanced Chinese Speaking II
Using various forms of dialogue in the way of increasing the students’s ability to articulate more complicated thoughts and feelings. Audio recordings, short stories and dialogues will be analysed in the way of improving the students’ listening, comprehnsion and speaking skills.

CLL305Chinese Literature I
Involves general information about the Chinese Literature and analysis of various exemplary texts from Chinese Literature. Provers, sayings, epics, stories will be analysed in a comparative way. Selected stories from ancient Chinese literature will be analysed and translated.

CLL306Chinese Literature II
Involves general information about the Chinese Literature and analysis of various exemplary texts from Chinese Literature. Provers, sayings, epics, stories will be analysed in a comparative way. Selected stories from ancient Chinese literature will be analysed and translated.

CLL307Translation of Culture and Thought Texts
Involves translation of texts from Chinese cultural and social sciences. Selected philosophical, scientific and literary texts will be interpreted and translated. Stories from ancient Chinese literature will be analysed and translated in the way of introducing the Chinese culture to students.

CLL308Special Field Translations
Translation of texts from the fields of tourism, economy, international relations, law, education and politics. The grammar and sentence structure of the students will be developed by a comparative study of texts from the above mentioned fields.

CLL309Chinese Philosophy and Art
Involves studying the place and importance of Chinese philosophy in the history of philosophy. Teaching the philosophies of Tao and Confucius as well as a study of Chinese art with specific examples. Analysis of the development of artworks and philosophical thoughts throughout historical process, as well as a comparative study of these with the artistic and philosophical traditions of various other civilizations.

CLL401Modern Chinese I
Teaching of the sentence structures of chinese grammar and sentence structures. Writing compositions in the different subjects, rendering the students capable of articulating their thoughts and feelings.

CLL402Modern Chinese II
Teaching of the sentence structures of chinese grammar and sentence structures. Writing compositions in the different subjects, rendering the students capable of articulating their thoughts and feelings.

CLL403Dissertation I
Involves teaching of research techniques as well as the techniques of writing a thesis. During this period a thesis title will be determined and a graduation thesis will written. thesis.

CLL404Dissertation II
Involves teaching of research techniques as well as the techniques of writing a thesis. During this period a thesis title will be determined and a graduation thesis will written. thesis.

CLL405Translation I
Involves translation of texts selected from newspapers, magazines and journals from Chinese into English and from English into Chinese, as well as translation of texts from Chinese cultural and social sciences. Literary texts will also be interpreted and translated. Stories from ancient Chinese literature will be analysed and translated in the way of introducing the Chinese culture to students.

CLL406Translation II
Involves translation of texts selected from newspapers, magazines and journals from Chinese into English and from English into Chinese, as well as translation of texts from Chinese cultural and social sciences. Literary texts will also be interpreted and translated. Stories from ancient Chinese literature will be analysed and translated in the way of introducing the Chinese culture to students.

CLL407Chinese Literature III
Involves general information about the Chinese Literature and analysis of various exemplary texts from Chinese Literature. Provers, sayings, epics, stories will be analysed in a comparative way. Selected stories from ancient Chinese literature will be analysed and translated.

CLL408Chinese Literature IV
Involves general information about the Chinese Literature and analysis of various exemplary texts from Chinese Literature. Provers, sayings, epics, stories will be analysed in a comparative way. Selected stories from ancient Chinese literature will be analysed and translated.

CLL409Special Field Translation
Translation of various Chinese texts from different fields like international relations, law, education and politics. A comparative study of Chinese culture and with other cultures by interpreting particular texts such as those mentioned above.

COM103Intro. to Comp. & Inf.sys. I
EGL101 - English I (3,0)3 This course provides an introduction to computers and an appreciation of the nature, capabilities and limitations of computers. It provides a basic understanding of hardware, software and operating systems.

COMP.103Introduction to Computers
An understanding of the need for the management of data as an organizational resource. Introduction to the fundamental concepts of data processing. Students' skills in the application of computers and their knowledge of hardware and software are enhanced.

COMP102Introduction to Computers
The aim of this course is to give the students an understanding about the computer fundamentals such as four basic components of the computer, input, output, storage devices and processing, application and system softwares, utility programs and internet basics. At the end of this course students will be familiar with the computer terminology and able to use the word processing and spreadsheet programs as well as efficient internet usage. Core Textbook: Course package

CS202Communication Skills II
Introduction to principles of empirical research; problem identification, hypothesis generation, research design data collection & analysis. Application of research methods knowledge to managerial, economic, social & political issues.

CVEN201Statics
Introduction to rigid body mechanics, equivalent force systems. Concepts of moment, couple, resultant. Equilibrium; Free body diagram; equations of equilibrium. Structural analysis; trusses; beams. Properties of surfaces. Area moment and cancroids; moment and product of inertia; principal directions.

CVEN202Strength of Materials
Simple stress and strain. Equilibrium, compatibility and constitutive relations, state of stress and state of strain with emphasis on two dimensional problems. Bending and shear stresses. Shear and bending moment diagrams by integrating and section method. Deflection of beams. Torsion of circular shafts. Combined stresses. Buckling of columns.(Prerequisite: CVEN201)

CVEN204Surveying
Distance measurement. Taping. Angle measurement. Errors. Direct, indirect and conditional adjustment of observations. Differential levelling. Rise and fall. Height of collimation method. Traverse surveys. Azimuth and coordinate computations. Area computations. Stadia survey. Trigonometric levelling. Contour lines. Curve layout. Remote sensing and photogrammetry.

CVEN205Technical Drawing
Introduction to technical drawing. Drawing instruments and their use, lettering, lines, geometry of straight lines, scale drawing. Dimensions. Development of surfaces, shape description, selection of views, projecting the views. Pictorial drawing, diametric trimetric projection.

CVEN301Dynamics
Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies: absolute motion, relative motion. Kinetics of particles: equation of motion, work-energy and impulse-momentum. Systems of particles. Kinetics of rigid bodies: Euler's equation, plane motion of rigid bodies, kinetic energy of rigid bodies. Introduction to the dynamics of vibrating systems.(Prerequisite: CVEN201)

CVEN303Structural Analysis I
Unsymmetrical bending, shear centre. Definition, classification, idealisation and modelling of structure. Analysis of statically determinate structures, including beams, frames and arches. Analysis of cables. Work and energy principles and their application in deformation analysis of structures. Force method of structural analysis.(Prerequisite: CVEN202)

CVEN304Structural Analysis II
Introduction to structural analysis. Displacement methods: slope deflection, moment distribution, special topics. Stiffness method, derivation of element stiffness matrices, assembly procedures. Computerised implementation of the stiffness method and use of instructional programs. Large scale structural analysis. Influence lines and moving loads. (Prerequisite: CVEN303)

CVEN305Transportation Engineering
Detailed study of transportation planning process. Inventory of existing travel demand. Trip generation, trip distribution model split and trip assignment techniques, forecasting and plan evaluation. Vehicle, highway and travel facts. Vehicle operation characteristics. Stopping and passing sight distance. Zero line application, simple horizontal curve, compound and reverse curves, transition length and super elevation. Basic definitions and computations of level of service. Setting out circular and transition curves. Earthwork volumes.

CVEN306Reinforced Concrete Structures I
Concept of design Structures. Limit state theory, concept of safety, definition of reinforced concrete element. Criterion of failure of axial loading. Section under binding and axial load, cracking and limit states. Stress distribution of compression zone of concrete. Bending combined with axial loading. Internal forces. Equilibrium equations. Design tables and curves for rectangular section. Design of rectangular, double reinforced beams and T-Beams. Shear Design of beams. Bond, anchorage, splices of reinforcement, practical considerations. (Prerequisite: CVEN201)

CVEN307Soil Mechanics
Introduction: Engineering problems involving soils. Basic characteristics of soils, classification and compaction of soils. Principle of effective stress. Permeability and flow of water (seepage) in soils. Shear strength of soils.

CVEN308Construction Materials
Introduction to materials of construction-characterisation, chemical/physical properties.Basics of concrete technology- Fresh concrete, hardened concrete. Concrete mix design. Tests on construction materials. Special construction materials.

CVEN309Fluid Mechanics
Definitions, physical properties. Hydrostatics, forces on plane and curved surfaces, buoyancy, hydrostatics in moving and rotating containers. Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions, derivatives, rate of deformation, flow lines. System and control volume approach, Reynolds transport theorem, principles of conservation of mass, momentum and energy, Bernoulli equation. Dimensional analysis.

CVEN311Design of Steel Structures I
General concepts in design. Design methods, loads (dead, live, wind, snow and earthquake), codes, safety, serviceability. Behavior of steel structures. Tension members, types and behavior of connections in steel structures, bolted and welded connections. (Prerequisite: CVEN201)

CVEN312Design of Steel Structures II
Analysis of compression members- single shapes, built-up shapes, braced elements. Design of compression members. Analysis of moment frames, design of compression members in frames. Design of base plates. Introduction to beams. (Prerequisite: CVEN311)

CVEN401Earthquake Engineering
Nature of earthquake ground motion and response spectra. Dynamic response of buildings. Static lateral force procedures and provisions of acting Codes. Principles of design for drift and lateral stability. Seismic design of floor diaphragms, steel and reinforced concrete structures. Geotechnical and foundation design considerations. Design of structures with seismic isolation. (Prerequisite: CVEN202)

CVEN403Computer Applications
Application of finite element method and computer programs for problems of structural mechanics and design of structures. Utilization of new and updated package programs in modelling of structures. Two and three dimensional complete analysis and design of buildings. Utilization of software packages SAP2000- Educational, Ide-Static, Probina.ETABS. (Prerequisite: CVEN303)

CVEN407Reinforced Concrete Structures II
Behavior and strength of members under combined shear and torsion. Design specifications.Design of One way slabs, Two way slabs. Design of Joist Floors. Design of columns- short, slender. Design of footings. (Prerequisite: CVEN306)

CVEN409Construction Engineering and Management
Profile of construction sector; company and site organization. Documents in a contract file, types of contracts. General specifications for public works. Technical specifications. Working schedules; manpower and equipment requirements on the job. Quantity measurement monthly payments. Final account and payment. Safety in construction. Economical and juridical basis of construction planning. Methods of planning. Gnat charts, networks. CPM and PERT Arrow and present system. Rock drilling and blasting operations.

CVEN410Hydrology
Hydrologic analysis in water resources: Precipitation, stream flow and hydrograph analysis. Hydrologic flood routing. Statistical analysis in water resources. Ground water hydrology. Engineering applications.

CVEN440Foundation Engineering
Site investigations, retaining structures, excavations, shallow foundation design, bearing capacity, settlement, stress distribution in soils, initial settlement, consolidation settlement, permissible settlement, deep foundation design, bearing capacity, types of piles, ground improvement.

CVEN442Structural Engineering Design
Materials & Mechanics of Bending. Rectangular Reinforced Concrete Beams and Slabs: Tension Steel Only Reinforced Concrete Beams: T-Beams and Doubly Reinforced Beams. Shear in Beams.Development, Splices, and Simple-Span Bar Cutoffs. Columns.Special Topic Lecture: Design of shear walls.Special Topic Lecture: Design of slabs . Special Topic Lecture: Design of footings. Special Topic Lecture: Design of retaining walls. Introduction to Structural Steel Design. Specifications, Loads, and Methods of Design. Analysis of Tension Members, Design of Tension Members

CVEN464Pavement Management Systems
Introduction to pavement management. Inventory techniques. Distress surveys. Pavement condition surveys Strength surveys. Friction surveys. Ride quality surveys. System maintenance strategies. Needs determination.Introduction to Roadware and RMS.Linear programming in pavement management.Prioritization by weighting and combining Prioritization by the Analytical Hierarchy Process.Project selection techniques.Program development. Demonstration of other pavement management techniques.

CVEN475Energy Management
Energy Situation - Global & National. Understanding energy bills. Economic evaluation.Lighting Systems evaluation.Heating Systems evaluation.Ventilation, and air conditioning systems.Combustion process and the industrial waste.Steam generation & distribution.Control systems & computers. Insulation for minimizing energy.Process energy management.Sustainable energy managements & systems.

CVEN477High Performance Concrete
Review on basics of concrete technology. Introduction to high performance concrete. Strength and durability related properties of HPC. Review of damages and their mechanisms due to attack of harmful substances.Repair and maintenance techniques to maintain high performace properties.

CVEN479Ssustainable Concrete Construction
World concrete construction situation.Understanding Sustainability. Sustainable Concrete Construction.Sustainable Concrete materials. Types of Cement Materials.Sustainable benefits of types of cement materials. The manufacturing process of concrete & concrete products. The luxury of a safe, healthy & comfortable concrete structures. Environemental properties of concrete structures in-use. Economic aspects of concrete structures End-of-Life [demolition, reuse & recycling]. Sustainable Future.

CVEN490Special Project
This is the capstone course for students in civil engineering. It is designed to bring together the knowledge and skills learnt in the major engineering courses and the minor or further specialization option. The student has the option of one of the following main branches of specialization: - Structural Mechanics Division; - Transportation Division; - Construction Division;- Hydraulics Division.

DEM108Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies II
Open and closed stake knots, Camadan knot, Swiss seat, carabiner and reels, setting up station and descent, descent to wounded, establishing air transport and evacuation, preparation of stretcher, nutritional logistics, establishing a crisis center and exploratory studies, training in search and rescue, night training, sustaining life and navigation.

DM101General Chemistry
This course will cover the fundamental topics in chemistry including: Structure of atoms, elements and their properties, molecules, chemical compounds, chemical bonds, chemical equations and reactions, aqueous solutions, periodic table, gases and the electronic structure of the atom.

DM102Organizational Behavior
This course aims to provide knowledge on topics such as: Concepts in organisational behaviour, theories and approaches; factors affecting individual behaviour; group dynamics; variables in organisational behaviour; environmental factors influencing organisational status; analysis of variables in organisational behaviour.

DM103General Principals of Management
In this course, the following topics will be covered: Basic theories of Management, History, Decision making, Communication, Planning in organisations, direction, guidance, control, observation and work ethics.

DM104Education on Emergency Service Equipment
This course is aimed at the provision of information and knowledge on the following: Rescue ropes, lever, types of stretchers, types of splints, carbines, octets, cumarlar , safety belts, individual safety equipment, reels, motorised transport vehicles, field vehicles, power saw, external determinants for ambulance, ambulance chassis, speed and acceleration, warning equipment, stretchers for carrying patients, equipment for artificial respiration, aspiration instruments, oxygen inhalation instruments, cardiac compression equipment, basic materials for patient care, diagnostic instruments, jumping unit, dressing, birth, safety and materials, and air ambulances.

DM105Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies I
This course will cover Definition and Principles of First Aid; ABC of First Aid; Opening Airways; application of artificial respiration; application of heart massage; types of bleeding and bleeding control; trauma and fractures; applcation of splint; preparation of backboards; preparation of stretchers; burns; shock; syncope; coma positions.

DM106Emergency Patient Care I
Methods of application of medicines, blood transfusions, oxygen supply, nutritional requirements, excretory system, sllep and rest, wound care, first-aid, pre and post-operative care, and reanimation will be amongst the main topics covered in this course.

DM107Physical Education I
Basic principles in development of physical skills; movements; planning of training periods and enhancement of sports performance are the main topics covered in these courses.

DM109Basic Knowledge of Disaster
Definition of disaster, types of disasters, natural disasters, human-based disasters, selection of residential areas, roles of municipalities in residential planning, role of property management in residential planning, role of central management in residential planning, utilisation of natural resources, behaviour of manmade large buildings during disasters, necessity for disaster education, risk tables, and integrated (JICA) disaster management will form the main topics covered in this course.

DM110Physical Education II
Basic principles in development of physical skills; movements; planning of training periods and enhancement of sports performance are the main topics covered in these courses.

DM201Emergency Patient Care II
This course will cover learning of how emergency services function and case discussions.

DM202Knowledge of Diseases and Emergency Patient Care
This course will cover the following topics: Concepts of Health and illness; Mechanisms of illness development; symptoms and findings; types of examination; diagnostic procedures; Diseases of respiratory, circulatory, digestive, endocrine, blood, nervous, excretory and reproduction systems; congenital abnormalities; infections; cancer; and psychiatric disorders.

DM203Physical Education and Body Building I
These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain: Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance. Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods. Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process. Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills. Self-confidence through developing their physical skills. Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.

DM204Physical Education and Body Building II
These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain: Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance. Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods. Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process. Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills. Self-confidence through developing their physical skills. Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.

DM205Disaster and Emergency Management I
This course will cover the following topics: Measures of new residential area identification; Evaluation of danger risks in existing residential areas, reduction of risks; disaster preparation education of public institutions; establishment of public institution coordination; emergency intervention plans of hospitals and firefighters; disaster preparation education of local public; volunteer teams for disaster intervention; establishing crisis centers; disaster victims' search and rescue and logistic support; debris clearance and disposal procedures; prevention of epidemics and public health services; establishing shelter after disasters.

DM206Disaster and Emergency Management II
Integrated disaster management system; stages of disaster management; preparation stage and its implementation; intervention stage; improvement stage; damage reduction stage; basic principles of disaster planning; combination of basic functions of disaster management and its coordination; management and control; communication; early warning; informing and evacuation; health services and resource management are the main topics included in this course.

DM207Education on Rescue Equipment
Definition of search and rescue team (SRT); Description of vehicles used by SRT; Leader Vehicle; equipment carrier; Generator; Breaking-Piercing vehicles; Cutting-Separating Vehicles; Hydrolic Separator and support vehicles; Lighting equipment; Airbags; Tripods; domuz dami; Use of sledgehammer, jimmy and hammer are the main topics covered in this course.

DM208Spreadable Diseases in Disaster Situations
This course will cover the following topics: Research on epidemics; case description and identification; definitive epidemiology; hypothesis development and evaluation; laboratory and environmental studies; measures of prevention and control; dissemination of findings and results; measures to be taken for the prevention of the epidemic; resource-based measures; infection route based measures; measures towards healthy individuals; signs of infection; informing about infections and isolation; immunity and immunization; characteristics of diseases spreading through respiration, digestion and skin routes; disinfection and sterilization.

DM209Pathology
In aim of this course is to facilitate student understanding of the mechanisms of disease development in the organisms; and pathological processes.

DM210Cbrn Arms
This course will cover the definition of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons, their history and classification, methods of use, their effects on humans; original defense systems and treatment methods; properties of equipment which must be used by the defense personnel and their use; regional isolation and decontamination methods.

DM211Pharmacology
Through this course, the students will learn about administration routes of medicines, their pharmaceutical forms, their pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties ( absorption, distribution, metabolism, mechanisms of action, factors affecting their actions etc.); drug interaction mechanisms; aspects of application of medicines which require attention; Medicines which effect systems; properties of frequently used medicine groups in this profession.

DM212Foundations of Law
The main topics covered in this course will be: Basic legal concepts; history of humanity and formation of the legal system; concept of democracy; democratic society system; Constitution and basic rights and freedoms; citizenship and responsibilities; legal systems related to emergency situations; functional mechanisms of disaster and emergency management and related legal systems; international legal relations.

DM213Mathematics I
Combinatorial calculations, matrices, determinants, systems of linear equations, trigonometry and unit circle, complex numbers, equations, inequalities, ratio and proportion, logarithm, analytic geometry

DM214Public Relations
Basic concepts, efficiency management, institutional public relations, corporate communication and public relations, communicator profile, internal public relations, media relations

DM215Epidemiology
This course aims to make students understand the epidemiology methods, the general features of the epidemiological researches and to evaluate the researches from the point of scientific view.

DM216Team Leadership
Leadership features, motivation, motivation, effective presentation, types of leadership, problem solving and conflict resolution, decision making methods, time management, philosophy of team work, group Dynamics

DM218Mathematics II
Statistics, function concept, limit, continuity, derivative, drawing of simple curves, integral, differential equations, volume calculations, approach to vocational problems

DM220Information Management
Information concept and importance, characteristics and types of information, implicit knowledge, open knowledge, knowledge management, information technology, management information systems, decision support systems, artificial intelligence, geographical information systems, disaster information systems, extranets, internet, e-commerce, e-government, e-management,

DM301Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies III
The following topics constitute the main coverage of this course: Orientation to legal responsibilities; evaluation of the patient; basic support treatment in respiratory system disorders; approach to disorders of the circulatory system; bleeding control; shock; trauma; soft tissue traumas; fracture, dislocation and strain injuries; injuries of the pelvis and lower extremities; head trauma; vertebral injuries; ocular injuries; facial and neck injuries; chest injuries; abdominal injuries and injuries of the genital region; poisoning; animal bites and stings.

DM302Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies IV
The students will be concentrating on the following topics in this course: Cardiac disorders, paralysis, dyspnea, diabetes, acute abdomen, infectious disases, addiction, loss of consciousness, epilepsy, pediatric emergencies, emotional support in emergency situations, birth, burns, heat stroke, hypothermia, water related emergencies, patient transport, triage, release and rescue, defibrillation and advanced life support.

DM303Physical Education and Body Building III
These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain: Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance. Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods. Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process. Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills. Self-confidence through developing their physical skills. Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.

DM304Physical Education and Body Building IV
These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain: Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance. Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods. Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process. Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills. Self-confidence through developing their physical skills. Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.

DM305Emergency Psychology
In this course, the students will gain knowledge and competence in relation to the following topics: Emergency situations, unusual situations, concepts related to disasters, psychology of emergency situations, responses observed during and after unusual situation and approach to these responses; anxiety, stress, ways of overcoming stress, nature of fear and ways of overcoming fear; anger in response to emergency situations and overcoming such anger; psychological responses to post-disaster trauma and ways of overcoming these responses; approach to individuals with body disfiguration; death, loss and responses to these situations, bereavement and overcoming bereavement; Family after experiencing unusual situations and methods of managing the crisis; Psychological effects on special groups, effects on aid workers, followers of victims; psychological effects of mass media on people; effects of earthquakes, effects of war, effects of terror and methods of overcoming these effects.

DM306Health Management in Disaster
Health sevices and development of hospitals; aims, functions, classification of hospitals; evaluation of the hospital and capacity requirements of a society; hospital management; medical services in hospitals; medical personnel in hospitals; administrative-technical and general services; hospital management regulations; related legal resources; hospital standards; public health organisation; emergency intervention organisation in disasters; management of health organisations during rehabilitation periods are the main topics covered in this course.

DM307Disaster and Emergency Legislation
In this course, the following topics will be covered: Necessity for and the importance of Civil Defense; the structure of disaster and emergency headquarters, its management legislation; the methods of preparation of emergency action plans and basic principles; implementation of emergency action plans and their update.

DM308Fire Safety and Chemistry
The following topics will be within the remit of this course: Burning, energy, heat, heat transfer, conduction, convection, radiation, heat transfer coefficient, heat sources, fuel types; solid fuels and their properties; liquid fuels and their properties; gaseous fuels and their properties; calorific values of fuels; explosives; toxic matter; fire safety engineering; design philosophies; rules approach; behaviour types of natural fires; calculation approach; properties of materials under high heat; design of concrete materials; design of steel materials; composite structure; design of wooden materials; brick wall, aluminium and plastic parts; scaffolding; structural measures; risk evaluation; workplace organisation, electrical and mechanical installations; production period; chemical dangers; processes involving fire and heat; energy systems; storage; fire safety management; planning of emergency; planing of education and training.

DM309Firefighting and Introduction to Fire Safety
This course will provide information about fire safety, protection, taking measures, putting out fires; history of firefighting, applications in firefighting and its organization, industrial firefighting, forest firefighting, marine firefighting, duties of firefighting personnel and their working areas.

DM310Methods of Firefighting
This course will cover transfer of information on headquarters studies; planning of arrival at residential unit and risk identification; equipment and vehicles; preparation of materials and equipment; evaluation of reports; team formation and duty descriptions; force transfer and transport; field studies; research; location of fire centre; risk evaluation; environmental safety; preparation for intervention; strategy; placement of security teams and their organisation; techniques of intervention; entrance to the building; rescue; taking the situation under control; fire extinguishing; cooling; water supply; training.

DM311Knowledge of Firefighting Vehicle Material
The students will gain awareness and knowledge on the following topics : Equipment for personnel protection; equipment for putting out fire; rescue equipment; first-aid equipment; intervention vehicles; rescue vehicles; support vehicles; NBC control vehicles; NBC decontamination vehicles; crisis management vehicles.

DM312Basic Knowledge of Structure and Building
This course will involve knowledge acquisition of students on the topics of: Building elements, building groups, building structures, industrial buildings, military buildings, water structures, buildings for transport, structures according to carriage systems; masonry system; carcass system; steel contruction; prefabricated sturctures; composite structures; structures according to material types; building materials; fire durability properties of building materials.

DM313Public Management
This course will inform about public administration system, its historical development and its organisation; main characteristics of its functioning and organisations.

DM314Professional Ethics
Through this course, the students will gain an understanding about basic concepts of ethics and gain skills for evaluation of the situations faced from an ethical perspective.

DM315Statistics
This course is aimed at providing the students an understanding of the following topics: basic statistical concepts, use of statistics in their prospective professions, ability to evaluate statistics in literature and research.

DM316Research Methods
This course will inform the students on the concepts related to the stages of scientific research process. The students will also recognize the principles and methods, will be able to formulate the basic stages of a research project and will gain skills in reading and understanding the literature related to their field of study.

DM317Technical Drawing
This course will provide information on: Technical drawing equipment, drawing appartus and their use, basic fundamental drawings and their applications, scaling, design, introduction to geometry, space and planes, appearence, appearence of basic planar objects, appearence of basic volumetric objects, appearence of complex objects, appearence completion, introduction to perspective drawing, methods of taking sections, dimentioning, dimentioning in technical drawing for buildings and its indication; architectural technical drawing.

DM318Curriculum Development in Education
The basic concepts in the program development, basic concepts, theoretical foundations, program development process, training program models, preparation of training program design, determination of training requirement, regulation of training situations and evaluation process, new trends in program development, examination of disaster education programs, evaluation.

DM319Education Psychology
Definition of education, aims, topics, psychology, definition of educational psychology, objectives, developmental psychology, learning psychology, learning theories, memory, evaluation of educational needs

DM320Hydraulics
Definition, history, hydraulics and pneumatics, dams, water channels, water treatment plants, ports, coastal structures, drinking water, sewerage, groundwater, pumping and irrigation operations, river erosion, drainage studies, fluid mechanics, fluid dynamics , Turbines, pumps, flow control circuits

DM321Scientific Principles of Technology
Physical quantities, standards and units, vectors, motion, thermodynamic laws, work and energy, energy conservation, thrust and momentum, properties of materials, kinematics, equilibrium, fluids, waves and sound, stagnant electricity, electrical potential, current, resistance, Condensers, direct current circuits, magnetism, electromagnetic induction, alternating current circuits, light.

DM322Criminology
Students who take this course learn about criminology and learn about the scope of criminological examinations in disasters.

DM401Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies V
Main topics covered in this course : Organisation of volunteer first intervention teams, meeting regulations and volunteer acceptance; environmental exploration studies; formation of databases; selection of the first intervention team; training of the team leader; training of the team members; principles of cooperation with other volunteer teams; establishment of regional crisis centre; administration of the crisis centre; guidance to foreign teams; pratice training.

DM402Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies VI
Formation of a crisis meeting; management in crisis meeting; decision making; procedures of application of the decision; follow-up of the application; communication and audit; coordination of public relations; guidance of the intervention teams; organisation of external resources; classification of the donations and their delivery to the needy; process of debris removal; organisation of the transfer of injured to health organisations; and rehabilitation studies will be covered in this course.

DM403Physical Education and Body Building V
These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain: Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance. Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods. Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process. Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills. Self-confidence through developing their physical skills. Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.

DM404Physical Education and Body Building VI
These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain: Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance. Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods. Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process. Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills. Self-confidence through developing their physical skills. Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.

DM405Disaster and Emergency Management III
This course will involve instruction on the following topics: Models of disaster management in the world nations; disaster amangement legislation; organisational structure of disaster management; rural organisation; roles, duties and responsibilities of the personnel; duties and contributions of institutions and organisations.

DM406Disaster and Emergency Management IV
This course is aimed at informing the students on the following topics: Health organisations; non-governmental organisations; local administration and preparation of private organisations for disaster; analysis of problems related to management organisations and proposals for solutions; Integration of economic, financial, global framework, risk and crisis management processes during disasters.

DM407Emergency Aid Organization and Rehabilitation Studies
The main topics included in this course are: Etablishment of emergency aid organisation; facilitation of emergency aid organisation; necessary arrangements for emergency aid planning; emergency aid requirements and stocking; crisis centre management; establishment of ambulance and injured persons transfer centre; storage and distribution of received aid and donations; establihment of rescue team operation centre; establishment and organisation of camps and shelters; supply of food and clean water; hygiene studies in the disaster area; organisation of volunteer institutions;psychological support studies for children and others who lost their relatives; general evaluation and leaving the region.

DM408Methods of Disaster Protection and Prevention and Movement a
Introduction to studies directed at minimizing damage; the role of emergency manager in studies related to minimising damage; preparation of action forms for minimising damage; development of public prepared for disasters; identification of the opportunities, threats, resources for minimising damage; identification of damage minimising methods; preparation of damage minimising plan and facilitation of its sustainability; allocation of responsibilities in studies of minimising damage; example application of damage minimising studies after disasters are amongst the main topics to be covered in this course.

DM409Environmental Health and Biosafety
Topics of this course include ecology, population, community, ecosystems, structure of the earth and the atmosphere, air and water currents; air, soil and water pollution; and the effects of environmental pollution on humans and ecology as well as The Kyoto protocol and its contents, definition of biosafety and related laws.

DM410Risk and Crisis Management
This course will involve coverage of the following topics: Concept of risk and its importance in risk management; risk, theory of uncertainty and predictions; prediction methods; crisis management; crisis process; crisis indicators and perception; proactive approach, reactive approach; awareness and blindness in crisis; preparedness to crisis and protection; taking crisis under control and related strategies; return to normal, learning and evaluation

DM411Building Safety and Project Knowledge
This course will provide information on the following topics: Principles of earthquake durability of buildings; measures to be taken against earthquakes; building types according to fire; design of fire safety; location of buildings and access routes; stability of load bearing systems and divisions, faces, roofs, escape routes, critical divisions of the buildings, clearence of smoke, fire report and intervention systems.

DM412Knowledge of Electric-Electronic Communication
The main topics to be covered in this course include: The elements of communication systems; the relationship with bandwidth; energy and force spectral concentration; phase and amplitude disruptions in linear systems; linear modulation techniques; amplitude modulation; double side band modulation; single and surplus side band modulation, angle modulation techniques; phase and frequency modulation; production of FM signs, their modulation and demodulation; stereo FM; frequency division multiplexing; superheterodin receivers; organisation of communication during disasters.

DM413Knowledge of Electrical Installations
Definition of electricity; types of electrical energy; dangers of electricity; materials used in voltage installations; high voltage; ampere meter; ohm meter; voltmeter; forces acting upon wires carrying currents; electrical resistance; Ohm's Law; alteration of resistance with heat; electrical accidents; electrical fires; analysis of criminate electrical installations; easing of electrical installation projects and problem solving.

DM414Teaching and Practices
With this course, it is aimed that the student learns the concepts of learning and teaching, knows the methods, knows the necessary techniques and tools for evaluation of learning needs and outputs, and uses this information.

DM415Logistic Management
Importance of logistics managment and its historical development; modern logistics management applications; components of logistics management; distribution function, strategic planning in logistics management and strategies of logistics managment, as well as case studies will be covered in this course.

DM416Basic Meteorological Information
Definition of meteorology, changes in geographical areas, heat, humidity, precipitation, pressure, weather forecasting, synoptic meteorology, climatology, physical meteorology, chemical composition of atmosphere, electricity, sound and light characteristics, industrial meteorology, smoke control, pre-disaster warning systems, use of meteorology for damage prevention and mitigation.

DM417Public Education
The course will cover the main topics of : Adult psychology; adult education theories; andrological approaches; programme planning in adult education; public education and its organisation; mass communication methods and adult education; city problems and adult education; life-long learning; public education on disasters; techniques of groupwork in adult education; think- tank; dramatisation, demonstrations, lecturing, six hats thinking technique; animation, panel, question and answer method and group work example.

DM418Disaster Information System Design
The basic principles of geographical information system based disaster information system design, the use of ArcGis and Netcad software, the correlation of data obtained through these programs with each other and the geographical location of the related area, the use of information obtained in this way in terms of locality specific emergency planning.

DM419Thesis
The student should present a report to be prepared on a selected topic.

DM420Sports Physiology
It is aimed to understand respiration, circulation, endocrine system responses during exercise and changes that occur in body systems with regular training.

DM421Homeostasis and Physiopathology
Internal environment balance in human organism, disruption mechanisms of homeostasis, body defense mechanisms in disorders

DM422Public Health
Health monitoring, health indicators, population and health, basic health services and health organization, early diagnosis, immunization, community nutrition, prevention from important diseases, protection from common infectious diseases, environmental health, occupational health, elderly health, health policies.

DM424Health Politics
The aim of this course is to understand the relationship between health and environment, to define health policies in the world with their general characteristics and to evaluate the relationship between health policies and health indicators.

DPR101Seamanship
Duty and task of crew. Rules of sea life, working rules on board and on board working schedule. Type and classification of ship. Dimension of ship, tonnages and draft marks. Seamanship terminology, deck equipment/devices and aux-machinery. Sailor knots, type of ship's ropes and dimensions. Preparation to the operation of pilot embarkation-disembarkation. Maneuvering orders. Deck planned maintenance and painting works. Oil and Chemical, and Liqueified Tanker Familiarization.

DPR102Intro. to Navigation
Definition of navigation. Equipment used for navigation. Units used in maritime. Directions, course, distance and speed. Kinds of positions, methods of finding position and fixing the position on chart. Magnetic field of Earth, variation and deviation. Magnetic compass correction and adjustment. Notice to mariners and chart correction. Usage of chart catalogue and nautical publications. Lights and fog signals. Buoy systems.

DPR103Intro.to Mte & Ethics
Duties, responsibilities and authority of the maritime transportation management engineer. Introduction to transportation modules. Fundamentals and development of maritime transportation. Cargo transportation and modules at sea. Introduction to shipping. The philosophical foundations of ethic. Engineering and society-human relationship. Maritime culture and leadership. Ethical and social responsibilities of maritime transportation management engineers

DPR108Technical Drawing
Introduction to technical drawing, Meanings of Line Types, Lettering, Fundamentals of Dimensioning, Principles of Projection, Orthographic Views, Section Views, Isometric Perspectives, Principles of Computer Aided Technical Drawing, Sketching Commands, Modifying Commands, Two Dimensional Sketching Sectional view.

DPR112Watchkeeping I
Introduction to technical drawing, Meanings of Line Types, Lettering, Fundamentals of Dimensioning, Principles of Projection, Orthographic Views, Section Views, Isometric Perspectives, Principles of Computer Aided Technical Drawing, Sketching Commands, Modifying Commands, Two Dimensional Sketching Sectional view.

DPR131Mathematics 1
Functions of a single variable. Limits and continuity. Derivatives. Applications of derivatives. Sketching graphs of functions. Asymptotes. Integration. Fundamental theorem of calculus. Applications of integrals. Polar coordinates. Transcendental functions. Techniques of integration. Indeterminate forms. L'Hospital's Rule.

DPR132Mathematics II
Improper integrals. Infinite sequences and series. Vectors in space. Vector-valued functions. Multivariable functions and partial derivatives. Multiple integrals.

DPR133Physics 1
Vectors. Motion in one and two dimensions. Newton's laws and its applications. Work and energy. Conservation of energy. Momentum and motion of systems. Static equilibrium of rigid bodies. Rotation and angular momentum. Newton's law universal gravitation.Vectors. Motion in one and two dimensions. Newton's laws and its applications. Work and energy. Conservation of energy. Momentum and motion of systems. Static equilibrium of rigid bodies. Rotation and angular momentum. Newton's law universal gravitation.

DPR133LPhysics 1 Lab.
Basic measurement. Motion with constant acceleration. Conservation of linear momentum. The equilibrium experiment. The friction experiment. Rotational dynamics. Simple harmonic Motion. Projectile motion. Elastic and inelastic collision. Moment of inertia. Centripetal acceleration. Physical pendulum.

DPR134Physics 2
Coulomb laws and electrical field. Gauss law. Electrical potential. Capacitance. Electrostatic energy and properties of insulators. Current and resistance. DC circuits. The magnetic field. Sources of magnetic field. Faraday's law. Inductance. Magnetic field in the matter. Electromagnetic oscillations and AC circuits. Maxwell's Equations and electromagnetic waves.

DPR134LPhysics 2 Lab
Fundamental measurements and Ohm's law. Oscilloscope and signal generator. Electric field and lines. Kirchoff's Law and Wheatstone Bridge. Transient currents. Charging and discharging of capacitors. RC circuits. Determination of electron e/m ratio. Transformers.

DPR135Marine Chemistry
Basic measurement. Motion with constant acceleration. Conservation of linear momentum. The equilibrium experiment. The friction experiment. Rotational dynamics. Simple harmonic Motion. Projectile motion. Elastic and inelastic collision. Moment of inertia. Centripetal acceleration. Physical pendulum

DPR135LMarine Chemistry Lab.
It serves to introduce thousands of science and engineering students to the field of maritime chemistry. It covers basic chemical concepts given in Maritime Chemistry. In this course, Maritime Chemistry students are exposed to the traditional emphasis on chemical compounds, solutions, stoichiometry, separation techniques,sea pollution, physical and chemical properties of sea water, hardness of water, dangerous goods, type and properties of fuel and oil products, corrosion and control of it.

DPR138Intro to Computers Information.systems.
Computers. The usage of the computers in daily life. Computer hardware and software. Operating systems. Input/Output and storage. Web and the internet, wired and wireless communication. Application softwares such as text editors, visualizations, spreadsheets and databases. Error in computation. Introduction to scientific problem solving through algorithms.

DPR152Marine Safety and Security
Survival techniques at sea. Location and usage of personal life saving appliances. Basic (elementary and medical) first aid. Fire prevention and firefighting. Maritime security; familiarization and awareness, and designated security duties. Personal safety and social responsibilities.

DPR199Seaman Physical Education
Basic swimming techniques (free, back and frog style) and trainings that will improve physical efficiency. Jumping techniques to water. Survive at sea. Diving techniques and applications.

DPR201Terrestrial Navigation
Coastal navigation and principles of route drawing. Voyage planning and management. Usage of nautical publications in voyage planning. Studies for navigation in different sea areas. Different navigation types (great circle, composite, search and rescue, / restricted waters, ice, traffic separation schemes etc.). Current and tidal calculations. Filling the deck log book.

DPR202Ship Emergency Response
Actions to protect crew and passengers on board in case of emergencies. Ship towage in case of emergencies. Search and rescue operation for ship and crew, and initial actions to limit (assessment) damage, and salvage of the ship in case of fire, explosion, collision or grounding. Response to marine pollution in accordance with MARPOL. Preparation of contingency plans to response emergencies. Maintenance of life saving, firefighting, other safety and security systems and equipment.

DPR203Differential Equations
First order differential equations. Second order linear equations. Higher order linear equations. Series solutions of second order linear equations.

DPR211Ship Constr. and Stability
Ship geometry and form coefficients. Tonnage and freeboard. Construction materials, components/parts, propeller and steering gear systems. Ship transversal-longitudinal stability. Hydrostatical curves, free surface effect, dynamic stability. Ship strength. Stability on grounding and docking.

DPR212Crgo Hdling & Stowage 1
General terms of cargo handling. Cargo equipment and cargo compartments. Cargo handling affects on the stability and sea worthiness. Cargo winches (craines) and hatch covers, and their maintanence. Cargo securing and stowage, and their equipment. Loading-discharging cargo operation. Pipe and pump systems of tankers. Enclosed spaces. Calculation of draught survey and stress. Receiving cargo, tallying and deliver procedures. Cargo safely keeping and supervision.

DPR221Maritime English 1
This syllabus covers the requirements of the STCW / 95 Convention Chapter II Section A-II/1. This functional element provides the detailed knowledge of Maritime English to support training outcomes related to navigation at the operational level.

DPR222Maritime English 2
This syllabus covers the requirements of the STCW / 95 Convention Chapter II Section A-II/1. This functional element provides the detailed knowledge of Maritime English to support training outcomes related to navigation at the operational level.

DPR231Marine Communication
Marine radio communication basics. National and international regulations. GMDSS terrestrial and satellite communication systems. Distress, urgency, safety and routine communication procedures. Maritime safety information service. Homing-locating and IAMSAR communication at sea. Ship radio station watchkeeping procedures. Radio communication supplementary equipment. International code of signals.

DPR231LMarine Communication Lab
Distress, urgency, safety and routine communication exercises utilizing GMDSS simulator and actual radio equipment. Radiotelephony communication and SMCP exercises. SAR operations. Ship radio station watchkeeping procedure exercises. International code of signal exercises.

DPR232Ship Electronics
Fundamentals of electronics and power electronics. Testing power electronics components. Diagnostics. Unit systems and measurement methods. Measurement instruments. Testing electronic lines and transducers. Digital technique; codes, gates, function blocks, memory, I/O systems, programmable systems and components. Applications in ship and systems.

DPR238Intro to Scn & Eng. Comp
Introduction to scientific and engineering computing. Introduction to program computing environment. Variables, operations and simple plot. Algorithms and logic operators. Flow control. Errors and source of errors. Functions. Linear algebra applications. Solving equations applications. Polynomials examples. Curve fitting applications. Interpolation applications. Numerical integration applications. Symbolic mathematics. ODE solutions with built-in functions.

DPR241Onboard Trainning 1
To know ship, equipment, bridge, deck, deck auxiliary machinery and all systems. Watchkeeping. Preparation of maneuvering and operations during maneuvering. Operations during port. Ship safety and security management system and the documents. Surveying and inspections.

DPR242Electronic Navigation
The Gyro Compass; Steering control system, Auto-Pilot, Echo-Sounders. Speed logs and Doppler. Global Positioning System (GPS); Hyperbolic Navigation System. IMO performance standards for electronic navigation equipment on the bridge.

DPR251Meteorology
Introduction to meteorology and atmoshere. Meteorological elements. Clouds and meteors. Air pressure. Wind systems, air masses and fronts. Marine surfaces weather observations. Ship synoptic codes and the station model. Surface analysis.

DPR252Maritime Conventions
Terminology of international conventions. Maritime organizations, organizing, institualization and recognition. United Nations and International Maritime Organization (IMO). Structure of IMO. Methods to prepare conventions. IMO International Maritime Conventions and Codes. Other national and international maritime related organizations and related conventions. Familization of National maritime Legislations.

DPR262Linear Algebra
Matrices and system of equations. Systems of linear equations. Row echelon form. Matrix algebra. Elementary matrices. Determinants. The determinant of a matrix. Properties of determinants. Cramer's Rule. Vector spaces. Definition of vector space. Subspaces. Linear independence. Basis and dimension. Change of basis. Matrix representations of linear transformations. The scalar product. Eigenvalues and eigenvector.

DPR272Economics
Introduction to the principles of micro and macroeconomics. The fundamental problems of economies. The modeling of household and firm behaviors. Market structures. The principles of public finance. The modeling of macroeconomics in an international context.

DPR281Material Science
Introduction to material science. Structures and phase diagrams of metals. Mechanical properties of metals. Designation and classification of steel, cast iron and nonferrous material. Heat treatment of metals. Material testing. Ceramics, organic and composite materials. Corrosion and its protection. International standards of materials.

DPR282Hrm in Maritime
Fundamentals and functions of Human Resources Management (HRM). Company-ship organization and seafarer management. HRM application on seafarers; seafarers HRM planning, personnel selection and employment, training, certification, performance assessment and career planning. Personnel harmonization to ship and sea life. The concept of International and strategic HRM and their applications in maritime.

DPR283Mar.culture & Cul.snsvty
First Turkish maritime action. Turkish maritime activities in Mediterranean and the Black Sea. Shipyards activities in the Ottoman Empire. Introduction to grand Turkish Admirals. Assessment of major military victories and defeats. Seas trade concessions. Ship ceremonies and maritime education in the Ottoman Empire. Maritime education and training in Turkey.

DPR284Economic Geography
Introduction to economic geography. Trade routes in the world. Transportation Geography. Minerals and natural resources in the world. Geographies of production and consumption. Business and employment geographies.

DPR285Transportation System
Investigation of transportation systems, comparison, setting up of optimum transportation systems.

DPR286Business Logistics
Objectives of and Functions of Logistics, Logistics Role in the Economy/Organization, Critical Issues in Logistics Outsourcing, Inventory Managament, Materials Management, Factors Influencing Transport Economics, Paketleme, Global Logistics and Global Supply Chain, Logistics Information Systems, Financial Issues in Logistics Performance, Integrated Logistics, Logistics and Shipping, Logistics and Port Management

DPR287Marine Enviromental
The course includes introduction of concepts of the sea and the environment in general meaning. General characteristics of oceans and seas, the sensitivity of pollution due to marine habitat in it, the definition of marine pollution are performed. After discussing the activities causing marine pollution, especially the measures and sanctions in international law are described.

DPR288General English 2
This syllabus covers advanced level oral and written usage of English.

DPR289General Englİsh 1
This syllabus consists of the vocabulary, and structures to upgrade the general English level of students in order to support their careers in Maritime English and Professional studies.

DPR301E-Navigation Systems
The basic theory of Radar. Radar controls. Radar plotting and exercises. Automatic Radar Plotting Aid (ARPA). ARPA symbols and controls use Radar and ARPA to ensure safe navigation. Electronic charts and ECDIS. Automatic Identification System (AIS). Long-range identification and tracking system (LRIT). Voyage Data Recorder (VDR). IMO performance standards. Integrated Bridge Systems. E-navigation applications.

DPR302Onboard Training 3
PRE-REQUIREMENTS: DPR241 and DPR341. Students go to vessels as trainers for long term sea trainning during the semestre.

DPR311Celestial Navigation
Solar system. Celestial Coordinate System. Definitions. Horizontal Coordinate System. Time, twilight and determination of rise and set of celestial bodies. Astronomical Triangle. Zenith distance, intercept and line of position (LOP). Usage of Almanac, NP 401 and HO 229. HO 2102, sextant, determine and calculation of the height of celestial bodies. Determination of fix and position whilst upper and lower meridian passage of celestial bodies. Polaris. SIA and determination of compass error. Determination of Great Circle Navigation by NP 401.

DPR321Maritime Law 1
Basic law information. Definition, basic principles and divisions of Maritime Law. Maritime Labor Law. Required by law about the protection of life and property at sea. Ship, seaworthiness, port clearance, cargo certificate of fitness. Legal responsibilities in marine accidents. General average. Legal aspects of rescue and salvage. Maritime jurisdiction areas and internal waters.

DPR331Watchkeeping 2
International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea. Maintain a safe navigational watch, watchkeeping arrangements and procedures. Guidance regarding watchkeeping in STCW Code. Roueting, Blind Pilotage Techniques. Ships Reporting Systems.

DPR341Mar.practical Studies
Passage planning and execution, watch keeping and collision avoidance practices. Practices of electronic navigation equipment in simulator. Navigation practices at different meteorological conditions and varios waterways. Fundamental knowledge and practices of ship manoeuvring (berthing-unberthing and anchorage) and effecting factors.

DPR351Onboard Training II
To know ship, equipment, bridge, deck, deck auxiliary machinery and all systems. Watchkeeping. Preparation of maneuvering and operations during maneuvering. Operations during port. Ship safety and security management system and the documents. Surveying and inspections.

DPR361Technical Ship Mngmnt
Basics of technical and commercial ship management concept, shipping market, charter party, types of charter and agreement, agency and type of agents. Repair and maintenance. Dry docking. Compliance audits. Ship operating costs. Voyage planning. Rules, regulations and preparation of ship. Ship documents and follow up. Crew, training, security, safety and supply management under technical management. Supply planning, keeping record of supply and supervision of provision and demand

DPR381Shipping Finance
Introduction to shipping business and economics, ship investments, investment decisions in shipping business, lenders' perspective on ship finance, equity financing, commercial loans, loan appraisal, feasibility assessment, types of loans, debt-equity structure. Finance function and financial statements. Financial analysis. Cash management. Financial planning. Risk and return. Cost of capital. Credit management. Ship finance and return, Voyage performance analysis.

DPR383Ship Scm
Concept of supply chain management. Components of the supply chain management. Development of the supply chain management intelligence and supply chain management appliances in the world and Turkey. Ship supply chain management and constructing of process. Risk assessesment relating to ship demand and forecasting. Planning (bunker, victualling, provision, stock etc.) relating to ship demand, purchasing order/demand and logistics integration.

DPR385Fluid Mechanics
Introduction. Unit systems. Hydrostatics. Pressure at a point. Calculation of pressure forces. Kinematics of fluids. Basic equations of one dimensional flow (continuity, energy and impuls-momentum equations). Ideal fluids. Real fluids. Potential (irrotational) flows. Boundary layer. Dimensional analyses and similarity laws.

DPR387Int. Relat.&mar.policies
Theories of International Relation, international economic and political organisations (UN, World Bank, EU, IMO, etc.), international conflict areas, public international law, comparative maritime politics, maritime power, naval and maritime power as a foreign policy tool.

DPR389Org.mngmnt & Bhv. in Mrtm
Basic concepts of management. Organisation and types of organisation. Organisations in ship and in maritime. Individuality and types of personality. Perception, attribution and learning. Job satisfaction, organisational commitment and motivation. Group, formation of group, working within different groups and team work. Leadership and its approaches. Organization change and development. Stress and stress management. Social responsibility and ethics. Introduction to shipping management and management concepts. Negotiation of charter parties. Voyage estimates. Lay time and hire statements. Profit and loss accounts. Agency.

DPR401Rsrch Meth.& Statistics
Scientific research methods. Writing up of scientific manuscripts. Fundamentals of statistics. Measures of central tendency. Measures of dispersion. The concept of probability and theorems. Bayes theorem. Random variables and probability distributions. Discrete and continuous distributions. Hypothesis testing. Practices by using multi-task statistical software.

DPR402Maritime Law 2
Introduction to Maritime Priate Law. Tort and contractual liability. Introduction to Maritime Law. Ship, registration, flag, seaworthiness. Master, seafarers. Duties, authorities and responsibilities of Master. Shipowner, disponent owner, rights and responsiblities of shipowner. Shipping contracts. Maritime casualties, collision, salvage, general average. Maritime and contractual liens. Civil liability and compensation for çivil claims resulted from marine pollution. Marine insurance, hull and machinery insurance, club insurance.

DPR411Commercial Ship Mgmnt
Ship Insurance. Chartering. Brokerage. Sale and Purchase. Technical Support. Management of ships technical fitness, maintenance and repair management, crew, training, safety and security and bunkering management

DPR412Maritime Safety
Refreshment of STCW basic trainings. Fire fighting organization on board. Firefighting equipment maintenance. Protection from hazardous on ship. Medical first aid.

DPR421Ship Hdlng & Mneouvrng
Resistance on ship handling and manoeuvring. Engine and manoeuvre systems. Steering, turning circles and stopping distances. Effect of wind and current on ship handling. Squat, shallow water and similar effects. Proper procedures for anchoring and mooring. Navigation in traffic separation schemes, pilot embarkation-disembarkation. Ship handling in restricted waters. Berthing-unberthing, manoeuvre by tug and without tug. Dry-docking (damage-non damage). Ship handling in heavy weather and in ice. Towing. Manoeuvres for man overboard. Assistance to vessels or sea plane in distress

DPR422Graduation Project
A well-defined up-to-date problem based on theoretical and technological investigations has to be solved and the results have to be presented with visual tools.

DPR423Crg Hdling&stowage 2
Cargo handling effects on stability and stress calculation. Inadequate cargo handling, fatigue and corrosion. Timber cargoes handling. Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing. Heavy cargoes, fumigation and safety measures. Bulk cargoes, grain cargoes, IMO regulations and calculation. RO-RO transportation. Tankers (Oil, Chemical and Liquefied Gas) characteristics of cargoes, calculations and operations. Preparedness and cleaning of tank, safety procedures. Dangerous cargo (IMDG and IMSBC Code) transportation, documentation. Hazardous substances in packaged form. Effective communication.

DPR431Marine Engines
Marine engines (and machinery) and classification. Main engines; diesel engines, steam and gas turbines (including steam boilers). Marine auxiliary machinery and systems; pumps, oily water separators, lubricating oil and fuel oil separators, air compressors, refrigeration systems and HVAC, fresh water generators, sewage treatment units, incinerators, and ship piping. Introduction to deck machinery and systems. Lub oil, fuel oil and water consumptions. Introduction to ship maneuvring systems.

DPR432Ship Mngmt & Leadership
Bridge Resources Management. Bridge team working, Planning and execution of bridge team, behaviour in emergency cases. On board, workload management, organising and training. Risk assessment and management on board. Personnel management, to apply leadership and managerial skills. Decision-making techniques. Situational awareness and communication. Vessel Traffic Management. Navigating in different waterways by gained knowledge for; briefing of navigation (Planning), executing of navigation (execution) and de-briefing of navigation (Monitoring and Assessment) on the bridge simulators. IAMSAR simulator practices.

DPR441Crg Handling Simulator
Introduction to tanker transportation; Operations carried out on crude oil and chemical/product tankers; Operations carried out at crude oil / chemical terminals; National/international rules for tankers; Handling of dangerous cargoes and safety precautions. SIRE. Simulator exercises.

DPR442Meteorology & Oceanography
Synoptic maps and weather systems. Tropical cyclones. Ocean current system. Waves. Tides and current systems. Sea ice and effects on navigation.

DPR451Ship Survey Prosedures
Classification societies. Certificates to be carried on board ships. Annual, intermediate and special surveys. Survey preparations. Flag state and port state control. Corrective action of nonconformity. Record the oil and garbage record book.

DPR452Mar. Sequrity& Q M System
Safety and security. Ship Security Management System. Ship Safety Management System. Quality Management System. Risks in maritime and risk assessment. Integrated management systems, ISO 9001. Requirements of international audits.

DPR481Seafarers Hlth&safety 1
Requirements of occupational health and safety. Requirements of OHSAS 180001. Occupational Health and Safety Management System. OHSAS 18001 applications in maritime sector and risk assessment.

DPR482Seafarer's Health&safety
Requirements of occupational health and safety. Requirements of OHSAS 180001. Occupational Health and Safety Management System. OHSAS 18001 applications in maritime sector and risk assessment.

DPR483Effective Communicatn
Management psychology and basic subjectareas, The effects of living conditions on ship to individual psychology and performance, Understanding human behavior models, Loneliness impulse, stress and coping techniques, Communication psychology, Self-recognition and improve methods, Causes of conflict in ships environment and ways of solution, Psychological approaches to the factors that affectte amperformance / perspective, Case studyandanalysis, Decision-making and behavior in a crisis, sychological harassment in ship environment and copingmethods.

DPR484Port Management
Port management and operation related terminology and fundamentals. Types of terminals and operations. Port economics, port authority, berthing and un-berthing procedures. Port management and operations related international treaties, port information systems and automation. General overview on the ports in Turkey.

DPR485Managerial Behavior & Performance in Maritme
Introduction to shipping management and management concepts. Negotiation of charter parties. Voyage estimates. Lay time and hire statements. Profit and loss accounts. Agency

DPR486Marine Accidents and Safety Culture
Definition of marine accidents. Effects of marine accidents and models developed to prevent accidents. Human error and ergonomics. Near Miss situation. Legislations related to prevent accidents. Organization Climate and Culture. Safety Culture. Maritime safety culture.

DPR488Intro. to Maritime Traffic Engineering
General concepts of maritime traffic. Basic information for examination of maritime traffic. Maritime traffic and maneuvering of collision avoidance. Assessment process of maritime traffic condition. Basic studies for modeling of maritime traffic and planning of navigationable maritime traffic lines. Basic information about vessel traffic management services.

DPR490Cargo Pumps
Cargo pumps and types. Cargo pumps and components in LNG, LPG, chemical and oil tankers. Pump application on tankers. Efficiency and power calculation of pumps. Maintenance, troubles and remedies of cargo pumps.

DPR492Deck Machinery
Deck crane and davits. Capstan and windlass. Steering gear. Hatch covers. Ramps, covers and vehicles lifts on Ro-Ro ships. Bow-stern thruster. Cargo pumps. Valves.

DPR494Sea Ice
Antarctic and Arctic: Ocean-atmosphere-ice interaction, sea ice formation, physical and biological features, sea ice differences between North Pole and South Pole, influencing the navigation, sea ice extent per season, new routes declared by IMO providing navigation at North Pole, Sea ice observation techniques (ASPeCt observations) from the ship.

DPREG1Elective Group 1
DPR283 or DPR289

DPREG2Elective Group 2
DPR281 or DPR285 or DPR287

DPREG3Elective Group 3
DPR282 or DPR284 or DPR286 or DPR288

DPREG4Elective Group 4
DPR381 or DPR383 or DPR385 or DPR387 or DPR389

DPREG5Elective Group 5
DPR481 or DPR483 or DPR485

DPREG6Elective Group 6
DPR482 or DPR484 or DPR486 or DPR488 or DPR490

DPY101İletişime Giriş
İletişim olgusunu tanıtmaya yönelik ders boyunca iletişim olgu ve kavramlarını tanıtmak ve iletişim bakış açısıyla güncel olayları analiz vs gibi konular işlenecektir. Ders kapsamında, iletişim kavramı ve tanımı, iletişim süreci ve öğeleri, iletişim sürecinde sistem yaklaşımı, iletişim türleri, iletişim modellerine genel bir bakış, kitle iletişimi kavramı, kitle iletişim araçlarının işlevleri ve etkileri bağlamında karşılaştırılması, kitle iletişim kuramlarına genel bir bakış ve yeni kuramsal çalışmalar/yaklaşımlar ele alınacaktır.

DPY102İletişim Tarihi
Bu derste, kültür ve iletişim ilişkisi kurularak, iletişimin tarihçesi üzerinde durulacaktır. Kitle iletişiminin özellikler irdelenerek, tarihsel süreç içerisinde kurumsallaşma, yabancılaşma, tekelleşme, küreselleşme ve kimlik konuları incelenecektir.

DPY103İşletme Yönetimine Giriş I
İşletme biriminin temel kavramları, amaçları, türleri, hukuki yapıları, yönetim, üretim, pazarlama, finansman, personel, muhasebe, halkla ilişkiler ve araştırma-geliştirme fonskiyonları ile ilgili genel bilgiler bu ders kapsamında yer alıyor.

DPY104İşletme Yönetimine Giriş II
İşletme biriminin temel kavramları, amaçları, türleri, hukuki yapıları, yönetim, üretim, pazarlama, finansman, personel, muhasebe, halkla ilişkiler ve araştırma-geliştirme fonskiyonları bu ders kapsamında yer alıyor.

DPY105Davranış Bilimlerine Giriş I
İki ayrı dönemde yer alan derste birey ve toplum arasındaki içsel ilişkiler ve bireyin toplumsal bir varlık nasıl kurulduğu konu edilmekte, toplumsallaşma, toplumsallaşma araçları, kişiler arası ilişkiler, siyasal ilişkiler ve psikolojik yaklaşımlar, örneklerle işlenmektedir.

DPY106Davranış Bilimlerine Giriş
İki ayrı dönemde yer alan derste birey ve toplum arasındaki içsel ilişkiler ve bireyin toplumsal bir varlık nasıl kurulduğu konu edilmekte, toplumsallaşma, toplumsallaşma araçları, kişiler arası ilişkiler, siyasal ilişkiler ve psikolojik yaklaşımlar, örneklerle işlenmektedir.

DPY201Ekonomiye Giriş
İktisat biliminin konusu, amacı, temel kavramları, temel ekonomik sorunlar, fiyat teorisine giriş, talep teorisi ve tüketici dengesi, başlıca piyasa türleri ve fiyatlandırma, mikro ekonomi politikaları ile ilgili genel bilgiler bu ders kapsamındadır.

DPY202Halkla İlişkilere Giriş
Halkla ilişkiler kavramı, tanımı, tarihsel gelişim süreci ve halkla ilişkilerdeki teorik yaklaşımlar bu dersin temel konuları olarak incelenecektir.

DPY203İletişim Sosyolojisi
Bu ders, sosyoloji disiplininin temel kavramlarını tanıtmaya yöneliktir. Bu bağlamda dersin amacı, sosyolojik düşüncenin önemini kavratmak, güncel ve tarihsel konular ile ilgili sosyolojik yaklaşımları ele almaktır. Ders kapsamında sosyolojini ne olduğu, önemi, tarihçesi, modern toplumun temel dinamikleri ve özellikleri, sosyolojide yeni yaklaşımlar ve tartışmalar, sosyoloji araştırma teknik ve yöntemleri, toplumsallaşma ve toplumsallaşma kurumları, kültür ve toplum konuları işlenecektir.

DPY204Sosyal Medya Yazarlığı
Bu dersi alan öğrencilere metin yazma konusunda yaratıcılıklarını geliştirecek uygulamalar yaptırılması hedeflenmektedir.

DPY205Sosyal Medya Ve İstatistik
Bu derste öğrencilerin yapılan herhangi bir araştırma verilerinden yola çıkarak, sonuç çıkarmak için yöntemli bir biçimde toplayıp sayı durumuna getirmek diye tanımlanabilecek olan istatistik biliminin temel konularını öğrenmelerini sağlamak amaclanmaktadır.

DPY206Medya Hukuku
Kitle iletişiminin ve sosyal medyanın hukuksal açıdan irdelendiği derste KKTC, Türkiye ve dünyadaki iletişim alanında uygulanan yasalar karşılaştırmalı olara ele alınmakta ve kişilik haklarına saldırı, cevap ve düzeltme hakkı, Avrupa Sınır Ötesi Yayıncılık Sözleşmesi, 3984 sayılı kanun gibi kavramlar üzerinde durulmaktadır.

DPY207Politika Bilimine Giriş
Derste, politika biliminin tanımı, evrimi konuları (iktidar, devlet, otorite, meşruiyet vs), yönetim, siyasal güçler (siyasal partiler, menfaat gurpları vb), bireyin siyasal davranışını etkileyen ekonomik, sosyal ve psikolojik faktörler, kamuoyu ve siyasal propaganda konuları işlenmektedir.

DPY208Yeni Medya Haberciliği
Yazılı basından, online haberciliğe geçiş boyunca, haber yazımı, güncelleme ve haberlere yönelik kullanıcılardan gelen yorumlar, yeni bir habercilik anlayışını da beraberinde getirmiştir. Twitter, Facebook gibi sosyal medya araçları ve haber ilişkisi nedir? Sosyal medyayı haber almak, yaymak amacıyla nasıl kullanmalıyız? Ders boyunca, gelişen teknolojiler ışığında, geleneksel haber yazımından, sosyal medya çağında nasıl bir dil kullanılması gerektiği, dikkat edilmesi gereken unsurlar öne çıkacak olan noktalardır.

DPY209Sosyal Medyaya Giriş
Sosyal medya nedir? "Geleneksel medya"dan fark(lar)ı ne(ler)dir? Sosyal medyanın ne olduğu ve günümüzde hangi amaçlarla kullanıldığının anlatılacağı ders boyunca, medyanın tarihsel gelişim süreci göz önünde bulundurularak, sosyal medyada kullanılan temel kavramlar aktarılacaktır.

DPY210Sosyal Medya Tasarımı
Sosyal medya tasarımı dersinde amaç, öğrencilerin temel işletme bilgilerinin yanısıra sosyal veriler, sosyal medyanın tanımı; örgütsel açıdan sosyal medyanın ne olduğu ve nasıl süreç ile idare edilmesi gerektiği, müşteriler tarafından sosyal medyanın nasıl tüketildiği ve işletmelerce sosyal medyanın nasıl kullanılabileceğinin yollarını göstermektir.

DPY301Görsel Reklam Teknikleri
Ders boyunca, günümüzde önemli bir yeri bulunan görsel medya ve bunların sosyal medyadaki kullanım biçimleri ele alınarak, göstergebilim, renk, reklâm ilişkileri incelenecektir.

DPY302Sosyal Medya Ve Girişimcilik
Media planı uygulamalarından sonra girişmci olarak sosyal medyanın bir yol haritası olarak nasıl kullanılacağının anlatılacağı ders boyunca, genel hatları ile girişimcilik, sosyal medya hedef belirleme ve teknik konular irdelenecektir.

DPY303Örgütsel Davranış
Dersin odak konuları, iletişim süreci, iletişim yeterliliği, iletişim ve benlik kavramı, izlenim yönelimi, algıyı etkileyen etmenler, engel veya köprü olarak dil, kişilerarası ve toplumsal etkileşim, düzenli ve organize çalışma yöntemleri, sosyal medyanın örgütlerde verimliliği artırmak için neden ve nasıl kullanılacağı.

DPY304İşletmelerde Sosyal Medya
Tarihsel bir perspektif ile başlayacak olan ders boyunca, sosyal medya çağında işletmelerin sosyal medya ve interneti nasıl etkili bir araç olarak kullanabilecekleri, özellikle Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Tumblr örnekleri üzerinden anlatılacaktır.

DPY305Pazarlama Yönetimi
Pazarlama terminolojisi, kapsamı ve gelişimi, pazarlama sistemleri öğeleri, amaç ve fonskiyonları, yönetim, dağıtım, dağıtım kanalları, tutundurma faaliyetleri ve tüm bu kavramların sosyal medyada nasıl kullanıldığı ders boyunca incelenecek temel konulardır.

DPY306E-Pazarlama
Geleneksel pazarlama yöntemleri ve terimlerin tanıtımıyla başlayacak olan ders boyunca, yaratıcılığın daha bir önem taşıdığı e-pazarlamanın ne olduğu, hangi stratejilerin kullanıldığı, sosyal medyanın bu pazarlama sürecindeki yeri vs konuları işlenecektir.

DPY307İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi
Derste, örgütlerin üretim faaliyetlerinde ve başarılarında çok büyük bir önemi bulunan personelin sosyal medya çağında niteliğini iyiileştirmek ve etkinliğini artırmak, personelin işletme içindeki yönetimini geliştirmek amacı ile tüm örgüt çapındaki işlev ve faaliyetlerin incelenmesi, personel yönetiminin temel işlevleri olan personel planlaması, personel seçimi, eğitimi, ücretleme ve endüstri ilişkilerinde düzenleme gibi faaliyetlerin örgütsel düzeyde incelenmesi yer almaktadır.

DPY308Medya Ve Kültür
Popüler kültürü 20. yy modern kapitalist toplumların kültürü olarak nitelemek mükündür. Genelde medya, özelde de radyo ve televizyon ile günümüzde sosyal medyanın popüler kültürün toplumsal alanda dolaşıma sokulmasında çok önemli bir rol oynadığı bugün bilinen bir gerçektir. Bu nedenle; dersin amacı, Dijital Pazarlama ve Sosyal Medya öğrencilerinin popüler kültürü tanımlamaktan öte anlamalarını sağlamaktır. Ders boyunca, popüler kültür, modern toplum, modernizm, postmodernizm, postmodernizm ve popüler kültür, kültür endüstrisi gibi temel kavramlar etrafında popüler kültürü kuramsal açıdan anlamaları sağlanacaktır.

DPY401Sosyal Medyada Promosyon Yönetimi
Güncel pazarlama sorunları bu sektörde çalışanları, pazarlama stratejilerini kurarken daha çok iletişim katkısına gereksinim olduğunu ortaya koymuştur. Dolayısıyla promosyon çalışması; indirim promosyonları, satış noktası promosyon ürünleri, sponsorluk, olaya dayalı pazarlama, doğrudan pazarlama, reklam ve halkla ilişkiler çalışmalarında son derece önem taşımaktadır. Ders boyunca tutundurma karması ve nasıl uygulanması gerektiği, sosyal medyanın değişen ihtiyaçlar doğrultusunda nasıl kullanılacağı aktarılacaktır.

DPY402Siber Kültür
Kimliklerin tanımının gittikçe zorlaştığı, sınırların iç içe geçip, kaybolduğu dijital çağda kimlik ne anlama geliyor? Siber dünyada kimlik demek değişkenlik mi demek, yoksa anonimleşmek mi? Ders boyunca, kimlik tanımları ve politikası siber uzam, sanal dünya ve sosyal medya kullanımları açılarından irdelenecektir.

DPY403Sosyal Medya Yöneticiliği
Küreselleşen ve sosyal medyanın salt reklamcılık ve promosyon açısından değil, yöneticilik açısından da nasıl kullanılabileceği üzerinde odaklanacak olan ders boyunca, genel olarak yöneticilik, yöneticilerin sosyal medyayı gerek kurum, gerekse ürünleri için nasıl kullanmaları gerektiği aktarılacaktır.

DPY404İletişim Etiği
Sosyal medya ile birlikte herkesin hem üretici, hem de tüketici olduğu günümüz dünyasında etik kavramı ve işlevleri her geçen gün daha bir önem kazanmaktadır. Bu noktadan hareketle, ders boyunca, etik kavramının ne olduğu, nasıl ve neden ortaya çıktığı, geçmişten günümüze nasıl bir seyir izlediği tartışılarak, sosyal medya çağında etik kavramını neden önemli olduğu, örneklerle açıklanacaktır.

DPY405Bitirme Projesi I
Proje konusunun belirlenmesi, kurum ya da ürün seçimi, brief alma ve ön değerlendirme, kampanya planlaması, durum analizi, araştırma hedef belirleme, hedef kitle özellikleri, yaratıcı çalışmalar, uygulama takvimi, bütçe hazırlama, sosyal medyayı kurum, ürün, hedek kitle gözeterek kullanma becerilerinin geliştirilmesi konularında uygulamalı proje çalışması.

DPY406Bitirme Projesi II
"Bitirme Projesi I" dersini müteakip olarak bu ders boyunca, birinci projenin geliştirilip, tam ölçekli bir sosyal medya planlaması yapılan, uygulama dersidir.

EC0N203Intermediate Microeconomics
This course is intended to introduce and ground students in the intermediate principles of microeconomics. It develops on the knowledge from introductory microeconomics and prepares students for advanced topics in microeconomics and any other courses that require an adequate knowledge of microeconomics. The topics include demand, supply and market prices; theory of consumer equilibrium; demand and supply elastic ties; theory of production and cost; pricing and equilibrium conditions in different market structures, short and long-run; general equilibrium and welfare economics.

ECO101Intro. to Economics I
Introduction to Economics I This course introduces the scope, nature and methods of economics; the economic problem, a general view of the price system consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; various market structures.

ECON101Introduction to Economics I
This course introduces the scope, nature and methods of economics; the economic problem, a general view of the price system consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; various market structures.

ECON102Intro. to Economics II
This course introduces the interdependence of the economy; national income and its determination; elements of public finance; money and banking, monetary policy; international trade; economic growth and development.

ECON201Introduction to Economics I
This course introduces the scope, nature and methods of economics; the economic problem, a general view of the price system consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; various market structures.

ECON202Introduction to Economics II
This course introduces the interdependence of the economy; national income and its determination; elements of public finance; money and banking, monetary policy; international trade; economic growth and development.

ECON203Intermediate Microeconomics
This course is intended to introduce and ground students in the intermediate principles of microeconomics. It develops on the knowledge from introductory microeconomics and prepares students for advanced topics in microeconomics and any other courses that require an adequate knowledge of microeconomics. The topics include demand, supply and market prices; theory of consumer equilibrium; demand and supply elastic ties; theory of production and cost; pricing and equilibrium conditions in different market structures, short and long-run; general equilibrium and welfare economics.

ECON204Intermediate Macroeconomics
This class attempts to impart the theoretical background for understanding macroeconomic problems and policy options. Topics include the analysis of the economic activity, national income accounting; classical, Keynesian and modern theories of income and employment; general equilibrium of product and money markets; aggregate demand and supply; stabilization policies; impact of international trade, IS-LM and AS-AD general equilibrium systems, money, unemployment, inflation, and interest rates. We will be emphasizing the historical context of our tools as well as highlighting real world applications of them.

ECON301International Economics I
This course includes the analysis of the bases for trade and patterns of specialization and exchange in the classical, neoclassical and Thecksher-Ohlin-Samuelson models of trade; the effect of trade on relative and absolute factor prices; the effect of growth on trade.

ECON302International Economics II
This course includes the analysis of tariffs, subsidies and other restrictions on trade; the foreign exchange market; balance of payments equilibrium and disequilibrium; methods of adjustment to balance of payments disequilibria under the major exchange rate systems.

ECON304Mathematical Economics
This course focuses on the development of the basic mathematical tools required by the modern economist; multivariate differential and integral calculus, vector and matrix analysis; problems relating to maximization programs and stability analysis.

ECON305Money & Banking
This course analysis the definition of money; determinants of the supply of and demand for money; theories explaining the changes in the general price level; central banking, commercial banking and other financial intermediaries; monetary policy.

ECON306Business Cycles & Forecasting
This course analysis of the factors in economic fluctuations, the forecasting of future economic activities and policies designed to mitigate the more severe and costly sorts of fluctuations. The study of various aspects of business cycle theory, introduction of the main aggregate economic concepts, important.

ECON307Financial Economics
A set of underlying economic principles is applied to the determination of the value of basic financial instruments such as stocks and bonds, as well as derivative securities, such as futures and options. Valuation concepts, in turn, allow for the analysis of various issues of interest to policy makers as well as portfolio managers and investors, such as the term structure of interest rates, portfolio theory, the capital structure of the firm, capital budgeting and risk management.

ECON317Political Economy
This course is analyzing relations among state, economy, and society. Discussion of liberalism and individualism, neo-classical economics, Marxism, sociological and cultural theories, and neo-institutionalism.

ECON318Labor Economics
This course includes the analysis of the market for labor, determinants of labor supply and demand; labor market equilibrium, wage structure, human capital, labor mobility, labor unions, industrial relations, conflict and cooperation, employment and unemployment.

ECON401Economic Thought
The course emphasizes processing of the evolution and improvement of the tools of analysis of economic phenomena up to the present day; contribution of ancient and medieval economic thought. Mercantilism as doctrine and as economic process; contribution of Physiocracy to systematic economic thought; Classical economic analysis; socialist and historicist economic thought; Neo-classical school, marginalism, partial and general equilibrium analysis; American Institutionalism; Keynesian economics; Austrian School; Modern Monetarism; Rational Expectations; Public Choice and Capture Theories.

ECON402Global Economics
This course aims to understand globalisation and basic economic model it relies on; presenting the main reasons why globalisation is promoted (nature of multinational enterprises and their role in globalisation). The concept and stages of economic blocks. Basic reasons of creating economic blocks and consequences of this development

ECON403Managerial Economics
The course deals with the application of economic theory and quantitative methods to managerial decision-making problems. Topics include demand and supply analysis, production, cost analysis, forecasting, pricing, market structures, break-even analysis and capital budgeting.

ECON404Public Finance
The course emphasizes processing of the causes of market failure and the need for government intervention in the economy analysis of public goods, externalities, decreasing cost conditions; the problem of income distribution; budget systems and cost-benefit analysis; government expenditure patterns and tax structures; unemployment problems; economic stabilization and the impact of government expenditures and taxes on the level of economic activity and income.

ECON405Research Methods
This course is an introductory course in the theory and practice of economic research. The course focuses on the design, development, and implementation of research projects. The course is centered on tools and techniques of research and their application to the development of a formal research design. The course introduces the student to some of the uses of computer resources in research methods in economics. The topics includes research process and techniques; data collection, processing and evaluation of the findings.

ECON406Economic Development
This course includes the survey of classical and contemporary theories of development; analysis of major issues and problems of economic development and structural change; analysis of development policy process; evaluation of alternative strategies of industrialization.

ECON408Turkish Economy
This course focuses on the overall structure of the economy; sources and use of income; public sector; main sectors; agriculture, industry, services; income distribution; trends in production, employment, inflation,

ECON410Econometrics
The course will introduce the basis of the classical linear regression model; assumptions, the problems of estimation and inference, violation of the assumptions of the model. The basic statistical concepts are also reviewed.

ECON411Industrial Organization
This course applies microeconomic theory and econometric analysis to study firms and markets. Both theoretical and empirical work is considered, and implications for business strategy and public policy are discussed. Topics include imperfect competition, pricing, advertising, entry and exit, industry evolution, cartel formation, vertical integration, mergers, antitrust, and regulation. Several real world industries are used to focus ideas, provide examples, and test theories.

ECON412Cyprus Economy
This course examines comparative micro and macro analysis of Cyprus economy vis-a-vis globalization and regionalization. Brief retrospective evaluation of economic developments are analyzed in the light of economic theories.

ECON413Monetary Theory and Policy
This course examines the basic workings of the financial system and monetary policy primarily in developing countries. There is an emphasis on understanding the issues relating to interest rates, the tools of monetary policy, and the role of the Central Bank. The general economics and structure of the financial system is also discussed.

ECON414Project Appraisal and Cost Benefit Analysis
This course focuses on the economic, social and environmental appraisal of project options. Considerable emphasis is placed on the application of cost-benefit analysis and the incorporation of multiple objectives in project appraisal in developed and developing countries. Extensive use of relevant case studies will be made throughout the course.

ECON415Environmental Economics
This course introduces ecological limits on economy and natural resources; environment and ethics; economic growth, population growth and environment; theories of environmental policy instruments, valuation of environmental goods, dynamic aspects of local and international aspects of environmental issues.

ECON417Empirical Economic Analysis
The course provides students with a grounding in basic econometric methods. The techniques learnt in this course are part of an economist's essential 'tool kit'. It will provide students with an understanding of the basic techniques of multiple regression analysis and enable them to interpret and critically evaluate the results of empirical research in economics.

ECON418Empirical Economic Analysis
The course provides students with a grounding in basic econometric methods. The techniques learnt in this course are part of an economist's essential 'tool kit'. It will provide students with an understanding of the basic techniques of multiple regression analysis and enable them to interpret and critically evaluate the results of empirical research in economics.

ECON419Agricultural Economics
The main purpose of this course is to use the tools of the economics discipline in order to understand the agricultural sector. This course will be focused in the use of microeconomic tools. The main topics that will be covered are: theory of consumer behavior, consumer equilibrium and market demand, measurement and interpretation of elasticity, introduction to production and market equilibrium, economics of input and product substitution, market equilibrium and product price: perfect competition and imperfect competition, natural resources, the environment and agriculture, government intervention in agriculture, impacts of macroeconomic policy actions on agriculture, why nations trade, agricultural trade policy and preferential trading arrangements.

ECON420Contemporary Issues in Economics
Research, presentation and debates about the new issues in economics. Case studies.

EDU102Educational Psychology
Psychology of education, psychological development in conjunct to physical, cognitive, emotional, social development. Theories of learning and teaching process of reflection. Factors that affect learning motivation and group dynamics. Effects of these factors to the process of teaching in the classroom.

EDU103Introduction to Educational Science
Basic concepts of education. The philosophical, social, legal, psychological, economic, political foundations of education. The development of education, educational science in 21st century, education in research methods, the Turkish National Education System, the role of teachers in the education system, features of teaching profession, teacher practices and developments in different cultures.

EDU203Material Design in Education
Major implications of learning theories as they are applied into development of instructional materials. Major types and formats of instructional media including audio, visual, audio-visual, computers, and so on. Learning skills in selection, development, and assessment of all types of instructional media and materials. Classification of purpose, goals analysis, content creation, planning, exercises and feedback in planning, assessment planning, modern educational technologies, teaching materials selection procedures, materials design and development principles. Domain-related material development.

EDU204Özel Öğretim Yöntemleri I
Dil öğreniş gereksinimleri (örn.:durumsal, nesnel, öznel ve dil), gereksinim çözümlemesi (ihtiyaç analizi), hedef yazımı, ders izlencesi tasarımı, ders planı hazırlaması; değişik ders evreleri (sunum, alıştırma ve üretme), ders planlama ve geliştirme yaklaşımları; farklı izlence türlerini ve öğrenen gereksinimlerini, öğrenen yaşını, ders hedeflerini dikkate alan uygun izlence tipi seçim kriterleri; ölçüt-temelli öğretme; yeterlilik betimlemeleri, İngilizce yeterlilik ölçütleri ve yönergeleri, Avrupa Ortak Başvuru Metni ve Avrupa Dil Gelişim Dosyası; ve kimlik.

EDU206Eğitim Teknolojileri Ve Materyal Tasarımı I
Öğretim Teknolojisi ile ilgili kavramlar, çeşitli öğretim teknolojilerinin özellikleri, öğretim teknolojilerinin öğretim sürecindeki yeri ve kullanımı, okulun ya da sınıfın teknoloji ihtiyaçlarının belirlenmesi, uygun teknoloji planlamasının yapılması ve yürütülmesi, öğretim teknolojileri yoluyla iki ve üç boyutlu materyaller geliştirilmesi öğretim gereçlerinin geliştirilmesi (çalışma yaprakları, etkinlik tasarlama, tepegöz saydamları, slaytlar, görsel medya (VCD, DVD) gereçleri, bilgisayar temelli gereçler), eğitim yazılımlarının incelenmesi, çeşitli nitelikteki öğretim gereçlerinin değerlendirilmesi, İnternet ve uzaktan eğitim, görsel tasarım ilkeleri, öğretim materyallerinin etkinlik durumuna ilişkin araştırmalar, Türkiye’de ve dünyada öğretim teknolojilerinin kullanım durumu.

EDU208Measurement and Evaluation
The concepts of measurement and evaluation as applied to behavioural sciences. How to measure outcome of the teaching-learning process in Computer Education. Cognitive, affective and psychomotor measurements. Teacher-made and standardized tests for Computer Education. Interpretation and treatment of the outcomes of the measurements. Basic descriptive statistics. Formative and summative evaluation. Alternative evaluation strategies. Using measuring tools to find desired properties (reliability, validity, usefulness). The measurement approaches based on traditional tools (written exams, short response examinations, multiple-choice tests, oral poll and homework). Measurement on multi-dimensional tools (observations, interviews, research papers, research projects, self-assessment, attitudes scales). Assessment of learning outcomes.

EDU209Edu 209
This course aims at introducing the basic issues in teaching, learning and teaching principles, the importance of planning in teaching, planning teaching,(unit-based yearly plans, daily plans, and examples of activities), learning and teaching strategies, instructional methods and techniques and their applications, instructional tools, tasks and responsibilities of teachers in improving quality of teaching and teacher efficacy.

EDU210Instructional Design
Principles of instructional design. Analysis of content, learner, and resources. Selecting instructional objectives and sequencing instruction. Instructional treatments. The conditions of instructional events and selection of instructional media. Evaluation of instruction. The importance of instructional modelling and training design models. Problem analysis and task analysis, priorities and conditions to determine training objectives. Goal-content and media selection for teaching material development. Education design theories and models, implementation and evaluation of teaching design.

EDU251Trends, Problems and Comparisons of Educational Systems
The course is a factual, descriptive, and analytical study of systems of formal education or schooling. Educational trends, along with curriculum reform and restructuring are emphasized in political, economic, and cultural contexts. This course examines education in group of countrıes by usıng data and insights drawn from practices and situation in these countries. The course also intends to analyze and compare field-specific implementations in the world comparing the Turkish education system with others.

EDU303Distance Education
Remote access to education and historical development of distance education. Definition of distance education and technologies used within distance education: TV, VCR, radio, printed materials, smart phones, computers and the Internet. Typology of distance education teaching systems. Techniques and methods used in planning, development, and implementation of distance education teaching systems. Online education analysis, virtual classrooms, e-learning and mobile learning, recent innovations in distance learning technologies.

EDU306Ölçme Ve Değerlendirme
Eğitimde ölçme ve değerlendirmenin yeri ve önemi, ölçme ve değerlendirme ile ilgili temel kavramlar, ölçme araçlarında bulunması istenen nitelikler (güvenirlik, geçerlik, kullanışlılık), eğitimde kullanılan ölçme araçları ve özellikleri, geleneksel yaklaşımlara dayalı olan araçlar (yazılı sınavlar, kısa yanıtlı sınavlar, doğru-yanlış tipi testler, çoktan seçmeli testler, eşleştirmeli testler, sözlü yoklamalar, ödevler), öğrenciyi çok yönlü tanımaya dönük araçlar (gözlem, görüşme, performans değerlendirme, öğrenci ürün dosyası, araştırma kağıtları, araştırma projeleri, akran değerlendirme, özdeğerlendirme, tutum ölçekleri), ölçme sonuçları üzerinde yapılan temel istatistiksel işlemler, öğrenme çıktılarını değerlendirme, not verme, alanı ile ilgili ölçme aracı geliştirme.

EDU309Classroom Management
Classroom management and the basic concepts of managing a class. Classroom communication and interaction. The class environment and its influence to classroom. Outer factors that affect classroom management. Classroom management models, development and management of classroom rules. The effects of editing the physical structure of classroom. Managing unwanted behaviours in the classroom. Classroom time management and organising a class. Approaches and examples used for creating an effective learning environment.

EDU311Special Teaching Methods I
Concepts of method and teaching strategies. Different methods of instruction and teaching as applied to computer education. Special emphasis on computer education at secondary education and special teaching methods using technology. The general purpose of teaching space, reviewing appropriate equipments and materials (achievements, theme, unit, activity, etc.) on computer education.

EDU312Special Teaching Methods II
Teaching methods and learning processes in computer education and instructional technology, application of general teaching methods to specific content area, critical examination of textbooks and establishing their relations to teaching methods and strategies in computer education and instructional technology, microteaching applications, evaluation of classroom teaching. Field-specific applications (remote control systems, laboratory studies, etc.). Laboratory examination and evaluation of computer media, computer measurement and evaluation in education: creating portfolio, observation forms, etc.

EDU313Special Education
The definition of special education, learning the importance of disability reasons. Special learning difficulties of mentally handicapped, hearing impaired, visually impaired and physically disabled people. Communicating language and communication disordered people. Learning difficulties of hyperactivity disordered people. Special education of gifted children. Learning through playing and training. Approaches and methods used in special education, the purpose of institutions and organizations in special education.

EDU314Turkish Edu.system and School Mgmt
The aim of Turkish education system and its fundamental principles. Legal regulations related to education, the structure of Turkish education system. School organization and management, educational institutions and business-related work.

EDU404Teaching Practice
Field experience and practice teaching including class observation, adjusting to classroom conditions, planning and preparation for teaching. Guided teaching practice in Computer Education and Instructional Technology. Each week students are responsible to create a daily plan and implement it. Application assessment, micro teaching and designing portfolios.

EDU406Guidance
Basic concepts and principles of guidance. Psychological counselling and services offered under guidance. Guidance services, organization and personnel approach in guidance, student recognition techniques, book-teacher cooperation and guiding to do tasks.

EDU410Karşılaştırmalı Eğitim
Dersin amacı; iki veya daha fazla ülkenin eğitim sistemlerinin benzer ve farklı yönlerini ortaya koymak, gelişmiş ve gelişmekte olan çeşitli ülkelerin eğitim sistemlerinin yapı, amaç ve politikalarını incelenmek ve bunları Türk eğitim sistemi ile karşılaştırmaktır.

EDU412Türk Eğitim Sistemi Ve Okul Yönetimi
Türk eğitim sisteminin amaçları ve temel ilkeleri, eğitimle ilgili yasal düzenlemeler, Türk eğitim sisteminin yapısı, yönetim kuramları ve süreçleri, okul örgütü ve yönetimi, okul yönetiminde personel, öğrenci, öğretim ve işletmecilikle ilgili işler, okula toplumsal katılım.

EDU413School Experience
Observations and discussions in school experience. How computing is taught, the practical methods and techniques used in teaching. Activities that benefit a course, course management and class control of a computer teacher. Observation of authentic teaching. Learning different aspects of teaching and the teaching profession. Structured induction into school life. The tasks and activities performed by students to observe teachers at work and get to know pupils.

EDU415Rehberlik
Temel kavramlar, öğrenci kişilik hizmetleri, psikolojik danışma ve rehberliğin bu hizmetler içerisindeki yeri, rehberliğin ilkeleri, gelişimi, psikolojik danışma ve rehberliğin çeşitleri, servisler (hizmetler), teknikler, örgüt ve personel, alandaki yeni gelişmeler, öğrenciyi tanıma teknikleri, rehber-öğretmen işbirliği, öğretmenin yapacağı rehberlik görevleri.

EDU417Özel Eğitim
Özel eğitimin tanımı, özel eğitimle ilgili temel ilkeler, engelliliği oluşturan nedenler, erken tanı ve tedavinin önemi, engele bakışla ilgili tarihsel yaklaşım, zihinsel engelli, işitme engelli, görme engelli, bedensel engelli, dil ve iletişim bozukluğu olan, süregelen hastalığı olan, özel öğrenme güçlüğü gösteren, dikkat eksikliği ve hiperaktivite bozukluğu olan, otistik ve üstün yetenekli çocukların özellikleri ve eğitimleri, farklı gelişen çocukların oyun yoluyla eğitimi, özel eğitime muhtaç çocukların ailelerinde gözlenen tepkiler, ülkemizde özel eğitimin durumu, bu amaçla kurulmuş kurum ve kuruluşlar.

EDU423Research Methods in Education
Knowledge and skills in planning, conducting and reporting a research in social sciences. The nature of scientific inquiry, phases of educational research, intellectual property rights and ethics in educational research. Forming research questions, data collection and analyses techniques and preparing a research report.

EEN301Electronic Circuits I
and bipolar small-signal amplifiers are discussed in depth, including differential current-source biasing. Single and multiple stage transistor amplifiers. Operational amplifiers. Feedback amplifiers, 2-port formulation, source, load, and feedback network loading. Frequency response of cascaded amplifiers, gain-bandwidth exchange, compensation, dominant pole techniques, root locus. Supply and temperature independent biasing and references. Selected applications of analogue circuits such as analogue-to-digital converters, switched capacitor filters, and comparators. The laboratory builds on the concepts presented in the lectures and provides hands-on design experience and help with the use of computer aided design tools. (Prerequisite: ENG202)

EEN302Electronic Circuits II
Introduction to digital integrated circuits. Large signal models for bipolar and MOS transistors. MOS inverters and gates. Bipolar transistor inverters and gates. Regenerative logic circuits. Comparators and Schmidt triggers. Op-amp active filters. Non-linear applications: precision rectifier, peak detector, wave-shaping and log-converter circuits. Open-loop transfer function, bandwidth, gain-bandwidth product, slew rate, rise time, offset voltages and currents, stability, frequency compensation, noise. Op-amp signal generator circuits: sin-wave oscillators, sweep generators, pulse generators. Sample-and-hold circuits. Analogue-to-digital and digital-to-analogue converters, voltage-to-current converters, voltage-to-frequency converters and frequency-to-voltage converters. (Prerequisite: EEN301)

EEN303Circuit Theory
The First order Circuits, Step and Natural responses of of RL/RL circuits, Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis, Sinusoidal steady state power calculations. Laplece transforms in circuit analysis, trsnsfer functions (Prerequisite: ENG201)

EEN304Feedback Control Systems
Introduction to design of feedback systems. Properties and advantages of feedback systems. Time-domain and frequency-domain performance measures. Stability and degree of stability. Nyquist criterion. Frequency-domain design. Root locus method. Compensation techniques. Application to a wide variety of physical systems

EEN305Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation
Errors theory, accuracy analysis and evaluation. System of units. Standards. Measuring methods and procedures. Electromechanical instruments. Instrument transformers. Potentiometers DC and AC bridges. Oscilloscopes. Electronic and Digital instruments. Transducers and sensors.

EEN307Signals and Systems
Understand the fundamental characteristics of signals and systems. Study time and frequency domain representation of linear systems. Overall system characteristics. To develop mathematical skills to analyze signals using transformation methods.

EEN347Electromagnetic Theory I
Maxwell’s equations and the Lorentz force law. Quasistatic forms of Maxwell’s equations. Studies of electro-quasistatic fields and their sources through solutions of Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations. Steady conduction and polarisation. Charge relaxation. Magneto-quasistatic approximation; magnetic boundary value problems, magnetisation, induction, current induced in stationary and moving conductors. Electric and magnetic forces derived from energy. Extensive use of engineering examples. (Prerequisite: PS112)

EEN348Electromagnetic Theory II
Review of Maxwell’s equations, boundary conditions, vector and scalar potentials, electromagnetic waves, and the wave equation. Plane waves in three dimensions; radiation from elementary electric dipoles, current distributions, and arrays; diffraction and interference. Waves on continuous transmission lines, periodic structures, and dielectric and metallic waveguides; propagation and evanescence. Phase and group velocity. Cylindrical and spherical waves and boundary value problems. Examples taken from the fields of quasistatics, acoustics, fibre-optics, and cavity resonators. (Prerequisite: EEN347)

EEN401Graduation Project I
Encouraging the student to do research on a subject and developing the independent study and/or practical abilities of the student.

EEN402Graduation Project II
A continuation of EEN401. Student may continue on a project title in EEN401 or a new project may be assigned, depending on the nature of the projects available. Students are required to prepare a report on the study carried out and an oral presentation session should successfully be accomplished. (Prerequisite: EEN401)

EEN403Communication Systems
Fourier series. Fourier transforms and continuous spectra. Time and frequency relations. Transmission of signals through linear system. Continuous wave modulation. Amplitude, phase and frequency modulations. Generation and detection of AM, DSB-SC, SSSB, VSB, PM and FM signals. CW modulation systems. Super-heterodyne receivers. Frequency division multiplexing systems. Sampling theory. Pulse modulation. Time-division multiplexing. Pulse-code modulation. (Prerequisite: EEN307)

EEN416Mobile Communications
This course covers the fundamentals of wireless cellular/mobile/personal communications, systems. The topics covered include: radio propagation, digital modulation, and error control; access methods: spread spectrum, FDMA and TDMA; antenna diversity, multi-input, multi-output systems.

EEN417Active Filter Design
Types of analog filters and their frequency-response specifications. Active RC, Gm-C and SC filter configurations. Electrical and physical design of active filter circuits.

EEN419Digital Integrated Circuit Design
Plot the voltage transfer curve and extract the static parameters and noise margins of a given MOS inverter, build the transistor-level logic gate realizing a given Boolean function, calculate the propagation delays and rise/fall times of a given MOS inverter or gate, design transistor-level combinational and sequential digital circuits using classical (standard CMOS) as well as alternative approaches (transmission gates, dynamic logic), determine the static and dynamic power consumption of a given MOS inverter or gate, analyze and design MOS memory cells (ROM, SRAM, DRAM)

EEN420Programmable Logic Controllers and Automation
Role of digital systems in automation. PLC as a microcomputer. Ladder diagrams and programming. PLC interfacing

EEN423Robotics
Introducing the fundamentals of mechanics and control of robot manipulators. Provide the student the knowledge to model a robotics system. Teach the essential robot applications used in industrial processes

EEN425Transform Theory for Engineers
Complex variables, Cauchy Riemann conditions, contour integration and residue theory; Fourier transform; Laplace transform; sampling theory. Discrete time filters, discrete and fast Fourier transform. (Prerequisite: EEN307)

EEN432Semiconductor Electronics
Physics of solid-state electronics. Review of quantum-mechanical principles, crystal structure, lattice vibrations, band theory, electrons and holes, diffusion and drift, recombination, high-field phenomena, optical effects, device applications, (Prerequisite: EEN301)

EEN433Photonics and Optoelectronics
This course consists of the analysis of devices and systems used for photonic applications such as Telecommunications, Imaging, Sensors, Displays, Data Storage, Lighting,and Energy. Topics include Fiber Optics, LEDs, LASERs, Optical Amplifiers, Solar Cells, Photodetectors, Chip-scale Photonic Devices and Photonic Integrated Circuits.

EEN434Introduction to Optical Engineering
Fundamental principles of optical systems. Geometrical optics and aberration theory. Stops and apertures, prisms, and mirrors. Diffraction and interference. Optical materials and coatings. Radiometry and photometry. Basic optical devices and the human eye. The design of optical systems. Lasers, fibre optics, and holography

EEN441Digital Signal Processing
Overview of digital signals and systems. Frequency and time representation of sampling, decimation, interpolation. Z-transform: Evaluation, region of convergence (ROC) and properties. Discrete time system structures: tapped delay line and lattice structures. Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). Digital filter design: Finite impulse response (FIR), infinite impulse response (IIR), windowing, Hilbert transform.

EEN445Digital Communications
Block diagram description of cellular communication; digital communication; data compression; Huffman coding; source coding theorem; universal source coding; scalar and vector quantisation; digital modulation and demodulation; detection of digital data from vectors and waveforms; the Hilbert space of signals; the Chernoff and Bhattacharyya bounds; error correction coding; the Viterbi algorithm; multi-access schemes such as Time Division Multiple Accessing, Code Division Multiple Accessing, and frequency hopping. (Prerequisite: EEN441)

EEN446Satellite Systems
Introduction to satellite communication systems, transponder characteristics, modulation for non-linear satellite channels, filtering, satellite link design, link budget calculations, mobilesat - mobile terminal characteristics. Propagation characteristics of fixed and mobile satellite links, channel modelling. Digital modem design, speech codec design. Antennas, Satellite-based cellular systems. Error control codec design, multiple-access techniques

EEN448Information Theory & Applications
Information measures and their properties: entropy, divergence, mutual information, channel capacity. Shannon's fundamental theorems for data compression and coding for noisy channels. Applications in communications, statistical inference, probability, physics.

EEN456Wireless Communication & Networks
General information about wireless communication and networks telecommunication industry. Wireless communication and networks with a focus on telecommunications engineering, issues faced in industrial applications and responses to the needs of providers of wireless communications and network industry. The course includes study of path loss, fading models, digital modulation, adaptive modulation, multi-user communications

EEN465Image Processing
The course is designed to give the students all the fundamental concepts in digital image processing with emphasis in filtering, enhancement, restoration, compression, segmentation and recognition of images. A student, after successfully passing this course will be able to understand the fundamental components of image processing including image sensing, acquisition, sampling and quantization, pixel-based image operations, develop methodologies for image enhancement in spatial and frequency domains, perform conversion from one color space to the other for different applications, understand the image compression techniques and use information theory for lossy and error-free compression and use morphological operations for image processing applications.

EEN470Artificial Intelligence
This course will introduce the basic principles in artificial intelligence research. It will cover simple representation schemes, problem solving paradigms, constraint propagation, and search strategies. Areas of application such as knowledge representation, natural language processing, expert systems, vision and robotics will be explored

EEN474Power Electronics
Power Switching Theory, Devices and Applications; switching aids, stability, isolation techniques, adjustable D.C. motor speed control PWM principles and applications.

EEN475Electrical Machinery
Electromagnetic Circuits. Properties of ferromagnetic materials. Single-phase and three-phase transformers. Principles of electromechanical energy conversion. Linear and non-linear systems. Singly and multiply excited electrical machines. Electromagnetic fields created by AC electric machine windings: pulsating and rotating machines, equivalent circuit, and steady-state analysis. Synchronous machines: equivalent circuit, steady-state analysis. DC machines. (Prerequisite: EEN347)

EEN477Solar Energy & Photovoltaic Sys.
This course aims an understanding of the concept of Photovoltaics, and analysis of Photovoltaic Devices and Systems with special emphasis on Solar Energy Systems and Photodetectors. Topics include in depth analysis of Solar Cells, Solar Module and Array Formation Off-grid and grid connected systems, Irradiance based power and energy calculations, cost/efficiency analysis, Smart Grids, Semiconductor Photodetectors and their applications in telecommunication and sensor applications.

EEN478Antennas and Propagation
Antenna and propagation fundamentals, Friis transmission formula, radar equation, Maxwell's equations for radiation problems, antenna parameters, simple radiators, array theory, mutual coupling, wire and broadband antennas, aperture radiators, scattering and diffraction, multipath propagation and fading, antenna measurement techniques, surface-wave and ionospheric propagation, microwave and millimeter-wave propagation. Prerequisite: EEN348 Electromagnetic Theory II

EEN481Microwave Circuits
Transmission line equations, Smith chart, impedance matching techniques, scattering parameters, transfer parameters, directional couplers, and cavity resonators. Wave propagation in metal waveguides and dielectric wave-guides; optical fibres, optical integrated circuits, and applications to optoelectronic systems. Selections from periodic propagating structures, coupled mode devices, and high-speed circuits for wireless communications. (Prerequisite: EEN348)

EEN484Power Supply & Energy Transmission
Power and energy in alternating-current circuits. The balanced polyphase circuits. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis. Sinusoidal steady-state power calculation. Balanced three-phase circuit. The single and three phase power transformers. The RMS values, active, reactive, and distortion power in polyharmonic conditions. The. Power cables and their applications. Fuses, switches and relays. (Prerequisite: EEN 303: Circuit Theory )

EEN486Power System Analysis & Protection
Basic structure of electrical power systems. Electrical characteristics of transmission lines, transformers and generators. Representation of power systems. Per Unit System. Symmetrical three-phase faults. Symmetrical components. Unsymmetrical faults. Balanced Polyphase Circuits. Matrix analysis of power systems networks and methods of solution. Load flow and short circuit analysis. Economic operation of power systems. Transient stability analysis. Current and voltage transformers. Overcurrent protection. Comparators and static relay circuits. Differential protection and its application to generators, transformers and bus bars. Motor protection. Pilot wire protection of feeders. Introduction to distance and other protection systems.

EEN488High Voltage Techniques
Generation of high voltages. HVDC vs. HVAC systems, Cockroft-Walton cascade rectifier. Transformer cascade. Marx generator for impulse voltages. High voltage dividers. High voltage test technique. Electrical breakdown strength of gaseous, liquid and solid insulation. Dielectric properties of electrical insulation. Complex permittivity and dielectric response functions.

EGT105Sosyolojiye Giriş
Sosyolojinin tanımı, konusu, kapsamı, sosyolojide temel kavramlar, çalışma alanları, Dünyada ve Türkiye’de sosyolojinin tarihsel gelişimi, Türkiyede ve dünyada önemli sosyologlar, sosyolojinin diğer bilimler ile ilişkisi; sosyal gruplar ve özellikleri, sosyolojide yöntem, birey toplum ilişkisi ve toplumun bireye etkisi, sosyolojik açıdan eğitim, eğitim toplum birey ilişkisi, toplumsal bir kurum olarak okul, öğretmen ve öğrencinin sosyolojik açıdan rol ve sorumlulukları, eğitimde fırsat eşitliği, sosyal haraketlilik, statü, sınıf ve tabakalaşma, kültür toplum ve medeniyet ilişkisi, güncel sosyolojik çalışma örnekleri.

EGT106Kaynak Tarama Ve Rapor Yazma
Kütüphane sistemlerini tanıma, kaynaklara ulaşmak amacıyla internette ve elektronik veri tabanlarında tarama yapma, ödev ve rapor yazım kuralları.

EGT107Felsefeye Giriş
Felsefe ile ilgili temel kavramlar, felsefe ve bilim, felsefenin çalışma alanları ve sosyal bilimler içindeki rolü, başlıca felsefi akımlar; Türkiye’de ve dünyadaki düşünürlerin görüşlerinin incelenmesi, felsefi perspektifin geliştirilmesi, felsefe eğitim ilişkisi, eğitimin felsefi temelleri ve eğitim programlarına etkisi, çağdaş felsefe akımları.

EGT108Eğitim Felsefesi
Felsefe ve eğitim arasındaki ilişki, eğitim felsefesinin tanımı, eğitimi etkileyen temel felsefi akımlar (idealizm, realizm, natüralizm, marxizm, pragmatizm ve varoluşculuk), eğitim felsefesi akımları (daimicilik, esasicilik, ilerlemecilik, yeniden kurmacılık, varoluşculuk, eğitim felsefesi akımlarının Türkiye Cumhuriyeti eğitim sistemine etkileri, eğitim felsefesi ve çağdaş eğitim sistemleri.

EGT110Türk Eğitim Tarihi
Türk eğitim tarihinin, eğitim olgusu açısından önemi. Cumhuriyetten önceki eğitim durumu ve öğretmen yetiştiren kurumlar. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 1: Devrimin tarihsel arka planı, felsefi, düşünsel ve politik temelleri. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 2: Tevhid-i Tedrisat Kanunu: tarihsel temelleri, kapsamı, uygulanışı ve önemi; Türk eğitim sisteminde laikleşme. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 3: Karma eğitim ve kızların eğitimi, Yazı Devrimi, millet mektepleri, halk evleri. Türkiye Cumhuriyeti eğitim sisteminin dayandığı temel ilkeler. Köy Enstitüleri, Eğitim Enstitüleri ve Yüksek Öğretmen Okulları. Üniversiteler ve öğretmen yetiştirme. Yakın dönem Türk eğitim alanındaki gelişmeler.

EGT116Çocuk Psikolojisi
Gelişimle ilgili temel kavram ve ilkeler, gelişim kuramları, gelişim dönemleri, çocukluk döneminin bedensel, bilişsel, kişilik ve ahlak gelişimi, ana-baba çocuk etkileşimi, çocuklarda görülen davranış ve uyum sorunları.

EGT203Özel Eğitim
Özel eğitimin tanımı, özel eğitimle ile ilgili temel ilkeler, engelliliği oluşturan nedenler, erken tanı ve tedavinin önemi, engele bakışla ilgili tarihsel yaklaşım, zihinsel engelli, işitme engelli, görme engelli, bedensel engelli, dil ve iletişim bozukluğu olan, süregelen hastalığı olan, özel öğrenme güçlüğü gösteren, dikkat eksikliği ve hiperaktive bozukluğu olan, otistik ve ustun yetenekli çocukların özellikleri ve eğitimleri, farklı gelişen çocukların ailelerinde gözlenen tepkiler, ülkemizde özel eğitimin durumu, bu amaçla kurulmuş kurum ve kuruluşlar.

EGT205Ölçme Ve Değerlendirme
Eğitimde ölçme ve değerlendirmenin yeri ve önemi, ölçme ve degerlendirme ile ilgili temel kavramlar, olcme araclarinda bulunmasi istenen nitelikler (guvenirlik, gecerlik, kullanislilik), agitimde kullanilan olcme araclari ve ozellikleri, geleneksel yaklasimlara dayali olan araclar (yazili sinavlar, kisa yanitli sinavlar, dogru-yanlis tipi testler, coktan secmeli testler, eslestirmeli testler,sozlu yoklamalar, odevler), ogrenciyi cok yonlu tanimaya donuk araclar (gozlem, gorusme, performans degerlendirme, ogrenci urun dosyasi, arastirma kagitlari, arastirma projeleri, akran degerlendirme, ozdegerlendirme, tutum olcekleri), olcme sonuclari uzerinde yapilan temel istatiksel islemler, ogrenme ciktilarini degerlendirme, not verme, alani ile ilgili olcme araci gelistirme.

EGT207Ergenlik Psikoloji
Ergenlik doneminin temel ozellikleri,ergenlik doneminin bedensel, bilisel, kisilik ve ahlak gelisimi, ergenlik donemi sorunlari ve bunlarla basetme yollari.

EGT208Öğretim İlke Ve Yöntemleri
Ogretimle ilgili temel kavramlar, ogrenme ve ogretim ilkeleri, ogretimde planli calismanin onemi ve yararlari, ogretimin planlanmasi (unutelendirilmis yillik plan, gunluk plan ve etkinlik ornekleri), ogrenme ve ogretim stratejileri, ogretim yontem ve teknikleri, bunlarin uygulama ile iliksisi, ogretim arac ve gerecleri, ogretim hizmetinin niteligini artirmada ogretmenin gorev ve sorumluluklari, ogretmen yeterlilikleri.

EGT210Sınıf Yönetimi
inif yonetimi ile ilgili temel kavramlar, sinif ici iletisim ve etkilesim, sinif yonetiminin tanimi, sinif yonetimi kavraminin sinifta disiplini saglamadan farkli yanlari ve ozellikleri, sinif ortamini etkileyen sinif ici ve sinif disi etkenler, sinif yonetimi modelleri, sinifta kurallar gelistirme ve uygulama, sinifi fiziksel olarak duzenleme, sinifta istenmeyen davranislarin yonetimi, sinifta zamanin yonetimi, sinif organizasyonu, ogrenmeye uygun olumlu bir sinif ortami olusturma (ornekler ve oneriler).

EGT219Okullarda Gözlem
İlkogretim ve ortaogretim okullarinda rehberlik hizmetlerinin organizasyonu, personeli, uygulama durumu, egitim orgutu icindeki yeri ve isleyisinin gozlenmesi ve degerlendirilmesi. Rehberlik ilke ve kavramlari acisindan ogrenci davranislarinin gozlenmesi.

EGT304Seçmeli (karşılaştırmalı Eğitim)
1) Karşılaştırmalı Eğitim tanımı, önemi ve gereği, 2) Karşılaştırmalı Eğitimin tarihsel gelişimi, 3) Karşılaştırmalı Eğitimde araştırmayöntemleri ve teknikleri, 4) TC Eğitim sistemi ve AB üyesi ülkeler ile ABD eğitim sistemleri 5) Cinsiyet, etnik köken, dezavantajlı öğrenciler gibi farklı değişkenlere göre genel analiz 6) Öğretmenyetiştirme alanındaki uygulamalar ve gelişmeler.

EGT427Eğitim Yönetimi
Eğitim yönetimiyle ile ilgili temel kavramlar, yönetim süreçleri, örgüt ve örgüt türleri, örgüt kültürü ve iklimi, liderlik kuramları.

ELECT%Elective 5
Elective Course

ELECT1Elective Course 1
Elective course.

ELECT4Elective 4
Elective course.

ELECT6Eletive Course 6
Elective course.

ELECT7Elective Course
Elective course.

ELIT101Speaking Skills I
The aim is to improve the students' reading comprehension skills through exposure to authentic texts and help them establish the link between vocabulary, language structure and meaning.

ELIT102Speaking Skills II
The course aims to introduce activities to improve the students' listening and speaking skills; Students will be expected to produce speaking activities and oral presentations.

ELIT103Reading Skills I
The aim is to improve the students' reading comprehension skills through exposure to authentic texts and help them establish the link between vocabulary, language structure and meaning.

ELIT104Reading Skills II
The course aims to improve the students' skills in understanding and solving authentic English texts which are structurally and semantically more complex.To give students as much experience as possible with a particular word so that they can make use of the word naturally; this process help students incorporate the word into thir active vocabulary. Following each article,activities focus on specific reading skills,such as skimming and scanning, extracting main ideas,making inferences, figuring out word meanings from contexts,and understanding sequences.

ELIT105Grammar I
The aim is to improve the student's ability to use the language; teach the language structure, show the relation between the structure and vocabulary and raise student awareness to get the meaning through the structure.

ELIT106Grammar II
The course aims to improve the student's language skills at the text and context level; It also aims to assist students in making a connection between context and text style, establishing language structures and to use them in context to produce a text.This course also provides a foundation in the stucture of the language,gradually building students'understanding of the basic grammar,vocabulary and functions of English.

ELIT107Writing Skills I
The aim is to improve the students' listening and speaking skills through different activities; such as, exposure to authentic texts, reading comprehension, speaking; listening to poetry; speaking tasks through active student participation. This course also aims to introduce students into the realm of social and educational research, which is an integral part in our lives. The course is a general course which presents the main characteristics of different types of scientific and non-scientific research methods, how they are carried out, how literature review is done, how the findings are presented, etc.

ELIT108Writing Skills II
The course aims to improve the students' skills in various types of paragraph and composition writing that include explanation, comparison and contrast and cause and effect relationships.

ELIT110British History
A study of the cultural history of England, in the context of Western civilization. In keeping with this, the development of the British society and literature from the early ages until the 19th century is covered through the study of major social, political and historical developments and their reflections in the literature of the relevant periods.

ELIT113Turkish: Writing
The teaching of writing, sentence structure and grammar of the language. Organization of paragraphs. Special emphasize on writing styles.

ELIT201Critical Reading
Gaining a deeper understanding of the reading texts. Backing statements and ideas with credible evidence, finding logical reasoning and arguments in a text, justfying the thesis statement. Evaluating texts critically.

ELIT202American History and Culture
American history and culture from colonial to contemporary period with reference to social, political, philosophical and scientific developments are given by means of a thorough study of the several issues for demonstration.

ELIT203Literary Theory and Criticism I
A historical survey of literary theory and criticism: the classical tradition with emphasis on Aristotle, Renaissance and neoclassical criticism, humanism and classical realism, the development of modern criticism.

ELIT204Literary Theory and Criticism Ii
An overview of twentieth century literary and criticism starting off with Russian formalism, Marxism, reader responses to criticism, structuralism, post-structuralism, modernism and post- modernism.

ELIT205Introduction to Literature I
The course aims to make the students familiar with literary types and terms. Such a study is essential for a better understanding of literary texts. The students will analyse and evaluate a selection of texts of poetry, prose and drama of various types.Understanding the basic concepts in literature; analysis and criticism; introducing different ages and schools in literature, analysis of some samples of representative master pieces.

ELIT206Mythology
The course introduces the Classical Roman and Greek mythology which has a significant impact upon the philosophical and literary concept of Western Arts. The mythological characters and legends and their relationships to European thinking and philosophy and their meaning to contemporary European arts are among the topics to be discussed and analyzed in classroom environment.

ELIT207Life and Society in Britain
The social structure (class, nationalities and ethnic groups, identities), family structures, town and country cultures, customs and traditions, education system, National Health Service, working Britain (employment, unemployment, unions), and the forces of law and order (the police, the army, paramilitary organisations, the traffic administration) in contemporary Britain are explored.

ELIT208The Short Story
In this course, first, the origins of the short story from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the twentieth century is dealt with. Then, the characteristics of the short story as a modern genre is established through the works of Poe, Chekhov and Maupassant, the forerunners of this genre. Finally, along with representative texts by major twentieth century British writers, short stories by outstanding American, European writers are studied.

ELIT209Literary Research Techniques
Research techniques, its general terminology, the ways of using the library and electronic sources, as well as how to choose a topic (how to focus), conduct source research (bibliography technique), prepare a working bibliography (on bibliography cards), note cards, and an outline; and write a rough draft in the proper essay format (footnote, quotation, etc) by using the MLA style sheet constitute the main work in this course.

ELIT301British Poetry and Prose I
This course aims at introducing the historical,social, cultural and literary developments from the Anglo-Saxon period to the end or the Renaissance covering the exemplary poetry. It also aims to teach the significant literary works of the period as well as the important literary figures in early 16th and 17th century.

ELIT302British Poetry and Prose II
The course aims at a detailed study of British poetry and prose writings within the literary and social contexts of the 17th and 18th centuries with reference to major literary figures and their works,. The course also aims at enabling the students to develop a critical approach to the texts studied.

ELIT303British Novel I
Students will read and discuss works by canonical and sub-canonical authors and innovators of the novel during the semester. Through so doing we will study not only the important figures in the novel`s development but also the main novel genres produced as the novel developed. This course aims at developing the students` interpretive strategies of early English novel.

ELIT304British Novel II
The development of the British novel from the early 20th century to the 1900s is studied through the appreciation of novels by major British novelists ranging from Virginia Woolf to George Orwell and William Golding in the light of the social, political, scientific and philosophical developments of the period.

ELIT305British Drama I
This course aims to analyse the characteristics of drama in the Middle Ages, that is mystery, miracle and morality plays, are handled with reference to representative works. Next, the Elizabethan period, and the developments in drama and theatre are dealt with. The examination of the Jacobean period and finally, the Restoration period and developments in drama and theatre are explored.

ELIT306British Drama II
This course investigates the ways in which British Drama has reflected and contributed to social change by comparing a wide range of texts setting them in their historical moment between 17th and 18th centuries. The course also provides a number of guides that will help students analyze literature, evaluate plays, critique and write about literature and conduct research. British nd their critical awareness of drama.

ELIT307Translation I
The aim of the course is to introduce the students to preliminary principles of translation and to develop their translation skills through the translation of various texts with the help of different sorts of dictionaries. In addition, the course also aims at improving the students' command of English and Turkish.

ELIT308Translation II
The aim of the course is to introduce the students to preliminary principles of translation and to develop their translation skills through the translation of various texts with the help of different sorts of dictionaries. In addition, the course also aims at improving the students' command of English and Turkish , examining the different samples from various disciplines and showing students the importance of translating a text without breaking down its essence by using different translation techniques .

ELIT309American Drama
The objective of this course is to provide students a brief introduction of American Drama with its movements, playwrights, and plays. American Drama is a course that identifies the origins and development of drama in America and categorises the American plays written from the beginning of the 20th century to the present by making an in-depth analysis of these plays regarding form and content.

ELIT401British Poetry and Prose III
This course studies major samples of poetry and prose from Romantic and Victorian periods within the context of the historical, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds of both periods.

ELIT402British Poetry and Prose IV
The course aims to offer a comprehensive knowledge of 20th Century British poetry and prose through the study of works representative of the literary achievements of the time, and also to enable the students to develop a critical approach to the texts studied

ELIT403British Novel III
The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the philosophical, cultural, and social developments of the first half of the 20th century as well as the aesthetic and literary movements that influenced the emergence of the Modern novel in Britain.

ELIT404British Novel Iv
The objective of this course is to introduce students to Postcolonial Literary Theory and some key concepts, literary genres and terms of postcolonial writing. In this course, students learn about the characteristics of postcolonial writing with an emphasis on gender, race and ethnicity, and raise awareness of other cultures and literatures written in English.

ELIT405British Drama III
This course aims at providing students with a necessary methodology and terminology for undertaking a close analysis of a dramatic texts that are written between 1960 -198, introducing students with a wide range of dramatic texts from various cultures and periods enabling them to relate historical, cultural and contextual information to the selected plays; developing students’ skills of analysis, argument, rational thinking and creating their critical awareness of drama.

ELIT406British Drama IV
The course is concerned with the study of major developments in British drama from the 1980s to the present times with reference to specific dramatists and their works.Major technical innovations, writing modes and themes that have emerged in the novel, especially after the 1960s, will be introduced within the context of post modern social formations, fictional and theoretical developments and cultural debates in England. The course aims to develop the students` analytical ability to interpret the texts of contemporary novels.

ELIT407American Poetry
This course studies the poetry of major American poets who have influenced the development of American poetry to teach the students important characteristics of American poetry and its development from the beginnings to the present.

ELIT408American Novel
The aim of the course is to introduce the changing attitudes in American novel by explaining the changes in the American cultural background and the changes in the novel techniques.

ELM301Elektronik Devreleri 1
Bipolar jonksiyonlu transistor (BJT) ve metal-oksit-yarıiletken alan etkil transistorun (MOSFET) fiziksel yapısı, elektriksel modeli, çalışma bölgeleri ve karakteristikleri. Transistorun analog ve sayısal uygulamalarda kavramsal kullanımı. Kuvvetlendirme ve kazanç kavramı. deciBel kavramı. Kuvvetlendirici modelleri. BJT ve MOSFET'li devrelerin kutuplanması ve DC analizi. BJT ve MOSFET'in küçük işaret eşdeğerleri ve uç dirençleri. BJT ve MOSFET'Li kuvvetlendiricilerin AC analizi: Temel kuvetlendirici katların kazançları ve giriş/çıkış dirençleri. Kaskat (doğrudan/kapasitif bağlamalı) kuvvetlendiricilerin analizi. Farksal kuvvetlendirici, ortak işaret bastırma oranı. İşlemsel kuvvetlendirici (OpAmp), ideal ve gerçek davranış, OpAmp'ın doğrusal ve doğrusal olmayan uygulamaları.

ELM302Elektronik Devreleri 2
Kuvvetlendiricilerin frekans yanıtı: s-domeni transfer fonksiyonlarının Bode eğrileri. Kapasitif bağlamalı kuvvetlendiricilerin alçak frekans yanıtı: Bağlama ve köprüleme kapasitesi etkileri. Kuvvetlendiricilerin yüksek frekans yanıtı: BJT ve MOSFET'in parazitik kapasiteleri, geçiş frekansı (ft) tanımı, BJT ve MOSFET'in küçük işaret yüksek frekans eşdeğer devreleri, Miller teoremi. Temel kazanç katlarının yüksek frekans davranışı. Geniş bandlı kuvvetlendiriciler: Kazaç - band genişliği çarpımı tanımı. Kaskot kuvvetlendirici, farksal kuvvetlendirici. Geribesleme: Temel tanımlar, negatif and pozitif geribesleme; negatif geribeslemenin devre performans parametrelerine etkileri. Negatif geribesleme türleri. Negatif geribeslemeli kuvvetlendiricilerin kararlılığı: Kararlılık kriterleri: Bode ve Nyquist eğrileri. Kuvvetlendiricilerin darbe yanıtı: Eğilme, yükselme süresi, çınlama. Osilatörler: Barkhausen kriteri, sinüs osilatörler, dolup boşalmalı osilatörler.

ELM303Devre Teorisi
Fazor gösterilimi ve sinusoidal-kararlı durum analizi. Tek frekanslı devrelerde güç hesapları, Laplace dönüşümü ve karmaşık sıklık zaman aralığında devre denklemleri ve çözümleri. Devre teoremleri toplamsallık, nedensellik, eşdeğerlik ve karşılıklık, parçalama ve yeniden tümleştirme, Thevenin-Norton teoremleri. Devrelerin Fourier çözümü. Devrelerde Laplace yöntemleri:

ELM304Geribeslemeli Kontrol Sistemleri
Doğrusal devingen dizgelerin durum-değişkeni çözümlemeleri: durum denklemleri, geçiş matrisi, aktarım işlevi ile ilişkileri, biçim dönüşümleri, denetlenebilirlik, gözlenebilirlik. Zaman bölgesinde çözümleme: birinci ve ikinci mertebeden dizgelerin giri? işlevlerine göre tepkileri, sürekli durum ve geçici durum tepkileri, yanılgılar, kutup-sıfır etkileri, kararlılık kavramına giriş, Routh-Hurwitz ölçütü. Kök yer eğrileri. Zaman bölgesinde denetleyici tasarımı. Sıklıkk (frekans) bölgesinde çözümleme: Nyquist yöntemleri, Bode eğrileri, kararlılıkk incelemeleri. Sıklık bölgesinde denetleyici tasarımı. Bilgisayar destekli uygulamalar.

ELM305Elektrik Ölçme Ve Enstrümentasyon
Ölçme ve yanılgı, ölçme birimleri sistemleri, ölçme standartları, Elektromekanik göstergeli ölçme aygıtları, köprü türü ölçmeler. Temel parametre ölçümleri: voltmetre, Q.metre, vektör ölçerler, RF güç ve gerilim ölçerler, osiloskoplar, sinyal üretimi ve çözümlemesi, sıklık (Frekans) sayaçları ve zaman ölçmeleri, Dönüştürücü ve algılayıcı elemanlar. Analog ve sayısal veri toplama sistemleri. Bilgisayar denetimli sistemler

ELM347Elektromanyetik Teori 1
Skalar ve vektörel büyüklükler. Alan tanımı. Elektromagnetizma : Durgun eletrik yüklerinin alanı. Noktasal yükler arası kuvvet. Elektrik alanı. Yük akısı ve akı yoğunlğu. Gauss yasası. İletkenler, yalıtkanlar : Laplace ve poisson denklemleri. Sınır koşulları. Sığaçlar. Enerji ve kuvvetler. Zamanla değişmeyen elektriksel alan: Yüklerin hareketi ve akım, direnç ve Ohm yasası, güç kayıpları ve Joule yasası, emk, enerji yoğunluğu. Zamanla değişmeyen magnetik alan: Biot- Savart yasası magnetik akı ve akı yoğunluğu, sargılar ve endüktans, Amper yasası ve magnetik alan, magnetik potansiyel ve MMK, Laplace denklemi, vektör potansiyeli. Magnetik alan içindeki davranışlar: B,H,M bağıntıları, ferromagnetizma, mıknatıslanma eğrileri, sürekli mıknatıslar, magnetik devreler, Elektromagnetik İndüksiyon: Lenz kuralı, Faraday yasası, öz ve ortak indüksiyon.

ELM348Elektromanyetik Teori 2
Zamanla değişen alanlar ve Maxwell eşitlikleri, Faraday yasaları, Maxwell eşitlikleri, potansiyel işlevleri, zaman-harmonikli alanlar. Düzlemsel Elektromagnetik Alanlar: kayıplı ve kayıpsız ortamda düzlemsel dalgalar, grup hızı, elektromagnetik güç akışı ve Poynting vektörü, düzlemsel sınırlarda dalga yansıması ve polarizasyonu. İletim hatları: genel denklemler, iletim hattı parametreleri. Sonlu ve sonsuz iletim hatlarında dalga karakteristikleri, Smith abayı. İletim hattı empedans uydurması, dalga kılavuzları ve boşluk rezonatörleri, antenlere giriş.

ELM401Mezuniyet Projesi 1
Amaç, almış oldukları derslerdeki bilgileri ve laboratuvar deneylerini kullanarak teorik ve uygulamalı bitirme projesi gerçekleştirmektir. Genel olarak projelerin konusu Elektrik-Elektronik mühendisliğinin güncel ilgi alanlarından seçilmektedir. Teorik olarak araştırılan projenin pratik olarak tasarımını kapsamaktadır. Sürecin sonucunda tasarımın değerlendirilmesi yer alır.

ELM402Mezuniyet Projesi 2
ELM401 devamı olup, yapılan tasarımın hayata geçirilerek çalışır ve kullanılabilir bir prototip elde edilmesi, geçirilen tüm safhaların teknik rapor haline getirilmesi ve nihayetinde sunulmasını içermektedir. Sürecin sonunda bitirme projesinin prototipinin, sunumunun ve raporunun değerlendirilmesi yer alır.

ELM403Haberleşme Sistemleri
İşartetlerin elektiksel iletimi, Kısa Spektral Analiz, Modülasyon kavramı amaç ve türleri, Doğrusal Modülasyon Zaman ve frekans düzlemi analizi, Katlama tümlevi, Genlik modülasyonu, Tek yarı bant ve çift yan bant genlik modülasyon ve demodülasyonu, Frekans modülasyonu, Faz modülasyonu, Süperheterodin alıcılar. Zaman ve frekans çoğullama.

ELM419Sayısal Tümleşik Devre Tasarımı
İdeal evirici, Çeşitli türden (NMOS, direnç yüklü, vs.) eviriciler, CMOS evirici, NAND ve NOR kapıları, Kompleks kapılar, Transmisyon kapıları, Çeşitli flip-flop devreleri, Dinamik lojik, Salt-oku bellekler (ROM), Statik ve dinamik rasgele erişimli bellekler (SRAM ve DRAM), Programlanabilir lojik

ELM433Fotonik Aygıtlar Ve Sistemler
Bu derste Optik Haberleşme, Görüntüleme, Algılama, optik veri depolama, aydınlatma ve Güneş Enerjisi alanında kullanılan fotonik aygıtlar ve sistemleri inceler. Ders konuları arasında Fiber optik, LED, Lazerler, Optik yükselticiler, Fotodetektörler, Güneş hücreleri, ve fotonik entegre devreler bulunmaktadır.

ELM440Mikrodenetleyicili Sistem Tasarımı
Öğrenciler bu dersin sonunda mikrodenetleyicili sistem tasarımı, assembly dili ve uygulamaları, PICK C uygulamaları hakkında bilgi kazanırlar. Dersin başlıca laboratuar uygulamaları arasında keypad tasarımı, seven segment gösterge uygulamaları, arabirim tasarımı ve uygulamaları, steper motor ve LCD gösterge uygulamaları sayılabilir.

ELM446Uydu Haberleşme
Uydu haberleşmesine giriş, Transmisyon Teknolojilerinin Karşılaştırılması, Uydu Yörüngeleri, Yere Göre Durağan Uydu Yörüngeleri, Tanımlar ve Alt Sistemleri , Uydu İle Haberleşme Teknikleri; Link Tanımları ,Çoğullama, Çoklu Erişim , Uydu transponderleri , Uydu-Yer İstasyonları , Uydu Haberleşmesindeki Problemler ,İnterferans.

ELM475Elektrik Makinaları
DA elektrik makinaları, AA elektrik makinaları, Asenkron ve Senkron makinaları sürekli durum davranışlaı ve uygulamaları, Doğrusal elektrik makinaları, Adımlı makinalar, Sürekli mıknatıslı elektrik makinaları. Eşdeğer devreler, yolverme, hız kontrolü ve besleme düzenekleri.

ELM477Güneş Enerjisi Ve Fotovoltaik Sistemler
Alternatif Enerji kaynağı olarak Güneş Enerjisinin tanımlanması ve değerlendirilme yöntemleri, Fotovoltaik system bileşenleri, PV modül yapıları, Fotovoltaik system tasarımı esasları, Performans ölçüm yöntemleri.

ELM481Mikrodalga Devreleri
RF ve Mikrodalga Teknolojisi özellikleri; Toplu ve Dağılmış Parametreli Devreler ; Dağılmış Devre Analizi; Transmisyon Hat Parametreleri; Temel Empedans Uydurma Devreleri ve Sentezi; Smith Abağı ile empedans uydurma yöntemleri.

ELM484Enerji Üretimi Ve Dağıtımı
Enerji üretim, dağıtım sistemleri kavramı ve öğeleri; Dağıtımm sistemi planlaması ve otomasyonu; Yük karakteristikleri; Dağıtımm transformatörleri uygulaması; Enerji dağıtım hatları ve merkezleri; Birincil ve ikincil sistemde uygulama ve tasarım ilkeleri; Gerilim düşümü ve güç kaybı hesaplamaları; Dağıtım sisteminde sığaç uygulamaları; gerilim düşümü ve gerilim ayarı; Güvenilirlik kavramları; Uygulama ve örneklerin değerlendirilmesi.

ELM486Güç Sistemlerinin Analizi Ve Koruma
Enerji sistemlerinde bozukluk ve olağan dışı çalışma koşulları; Sigortalar: Temel ilkeler, özellikler ve uygulamaları. Koruma donanımı olarak röleler: faz ve genlik karşılaştırma ilkeleri, elektromekanik-analog-sayısal elektronik düzenekler, tasarım ile değişik röle karakteristikleri. Aşırı akım -aşırı yük koruma, diferansiyel koruma, empedans koruma ilkeleri ve donanımı; aşırı gerilimlere karşı koruma; topraklama; Generatör, fider, transformatör, motor, güç elektroniği devreleri v.b. donanıma ilişkin koruma düzenekleri. Korumada seçicilik ve ayırt etme ilkeleri ile uyum sağlanması; Uygulamalar ve donanım seminerleri.

ELM488Yüksek Gerilim Tekniği
Elektrik enerjisinin üretim ve iletiminde yüksek gerilim özellikleri ve deneyleri; Yüksek gerilimlerin üretilmesi: DA, AA ve Darbe gerilimlerinin üretilme ilke ve yöntemleri; Yüksek gerilimlerin ölçülmesi: atlama aralıkları, gerilim bölücüler, yüksek gerilim ölçerler, yüksek gerilim türlerine göre ölçme yöntemleri ve donanımı; Elektrostatik alanlar ve yüksek gerilim tekniği ilişkileri; Gaz, katı ve sıvılarda elektriksel boşalma olgularının kuramsal incelenmesi; Bozunmasız yalıtım deneyleri; Ayrı gerilimler ve enerji sistemlerinde yalıtım eşgüdümü. Yüksek gelirim donanımı ve uygulamaları seminerleri.

ELT101Bağlamsal Dilbilgisi I
İleri seviyedeki dil ve tümce yapıları, bu yapılar ile sözcükler arasındaki ilişki, bu dil yapıları aracılığıyla öğrencileri anlam yaratma, biçim ile metin türü arasındaki ilişki, bağlam ile yapı arasındaki ilişki, yapıların farklı bağlamlardaki anlamları ve üst düzey metinlerde kullanımı.

ELT102Bağlamsal Dilbilgisi II
İleri düzey metinlerde sıklıkla kullanılan sözcük sınıfları, tümce öğeleri, tümce çeşitleri ve tümce parçaları gibi ileri seviye dil yapıları; sorunlu olarak nitelendirilen İngilizce dilbilgisi yapılarının işlevleri ve kullanımları açısından bağlam ve yanlış çözümlemesi yöntemleriyle değerlendirmeleri; ileri düzey İngilizce dilbilgisi yapılarının tanımlayıcı incelemesi; bu yapıların farklı bağlamlarda kullanımı.

ELT103İleri Yazma Ve Okuma Becerileri
Bu ders kapsamında gazete, dergi, inceleme ve akademik yazılar gibi özgün okuma parçaları kullanılarak öğrencilere farklı bakış açılarını kavrama, tümceler arası bağlantıları ve yazının ana fikrini tahmin etme, ana fikre ulaşma, ve cümleler arası anlamsal ip uçların kullanabilme gibi üst düzey okuma becerilerinin kazandırılmasını amaçlamaktadır. Dersin diğer bir amacı ise öğrencilere ders içi ve ders dışı okuma alışkanlığını kazandırmaktır. Bilginin birleştirilmesi, problemin çözümlenmesi ve değerlendirme sonucu tepki verme gibi ileri düzey eleştirel düşünme becerileri de geliştirilecektir. Öğrenciler, geliştirmekte oldukları okuma alt-becerilerini yazacakları paragraflarda kullanma ve pekiştirme fırsatı bulabileceklerdir. Ayrıca, açıklama, tanımlama ve anlatı paragrafları gibi değişik yazılı anlatım çeşitlerini inceleyip yazacaklardır. Bunlara ek olarak, özetleme, metin taslağı hazırlama ve bir düşünceyi başka sözcüklerle anlatma gibi paragraf yazma becerilerini geliştirme olanağını bulacaklardır. Yazım ve noktalama işaretleri ve alfabe dışı sembol kullanımı da dersin kapsamındadır.

ELT104İleri Okuma Ve Yazma Becerileri II
Eleştirel düşünme becerileri, tümevarım ve tümdengelim yollarıyla çıkarım yapabilme ve satır aralarındaki anlamı kavrayabilme gibi ileri düzey okuma alt-becerileri; okuma metinlerindeki bilgiyi inceleme, birleştirme ve eleştirel bir yaklaşım getirerek cevap niteliğinde kompozisyonlar yazma; bütünsellik, tutarlılık ve düzen gibi öğeleri göz önünde bulundurarak karşılaştırmalı ve karşıtsal, sınıflandırma, süreç çözümleme, sebep-sonuç ve tartışma gibi çeşitli kompozisyon türlerinde metinlerin üretilmesi, kütüphane ve Internet taraması, atıfta bulunma, bibliyografya oluşturma.

ELT105Dinleme Ve Sesletim I
Farklı bağlamlardan alınmış özgün dinleme materyalleri ve konuşma öbeklerini çözümlemek; ses farklılıkları ve problemli seslerin sesbilimsel çevriyazımı; üst düzey dinleme becerileri; sesli harfler, sessiz harfler, kelime vurgusu ve tonlama gibi temel dinleme ve konuşma becerileri; öğrenme ve üretme amacıyla sesbilimsel çevriyazım.

ELT106Dinleme Ve Sesletim II
Not alma, öngörüde bulunma, belli ve ayrıntılı bilgiye ulaşma, bağlamdan anlam çıkarma, içeriğin özünü anlama gibi dinleme alt-becerileri; fonetik; mülakatlar, filmler, şarkılar, konferanslar, televizyon programları ve haber yayınları gibi çeşitli alanlardan alınan değişik İngilizce aksanlarını içeren özgün dinleme materyalleri.

ELT107Sözlü İletişim Becerileri I
Tartışma, bireysel sunumlar ve etkileşimli etkinlikler gibi çeşitli iletişim odaklı konuşma; resmi ve resmi olmayan bağlamlarda iletişim yetileri; bilgi verici ve ikna edici sunumlar; tonlama ve vurgu gibi konuşma dili özellikleri; tepegöz, poster ve powerpoint sunumu gibi görsel ve işitsel araçların kullanımı.

ELT108Sözlü İletişim Beceriler II
Tartışma, rol oynama, bireysel ve grup sunumları ve doğaçlama gibi iletişime yönelik dil; güncel konular, ilginç gerçekler, dikkat çekici söylemler ve ileri düzey edebi metinleri; iletişim stratejileri yetisi.

ELT110Sözcük Bilgisi
Sözcükler ve dil yapylary arasyndaki ili?ki; ön ek ve son ekler yardymyyla sözcük üretmek; sözlü ve yazyly dilde deyimler, söz öbekleri, eşdizimlilik, argo, güzel adlandyrma, neolojizm, atasözleri ve öbeksi eylemler.

ELT201İngiliz Edebiyatı I
İngiliz, Amerikan edebiyatı ve orjinal yazım dili İngilizce olan edebiyatın kültürel tarihi; metin incelemede kullanılan temel terim ve teknikler; başlıca metin türleri; önemli akım ve dönemler, farklı dönemlere ait çeşitli türlerdeki kısa öykü, şiir, tiyatro oyunu ve roman gibi eserlerin içeriği ve biçemi; edebiyatın yaşam anlayışımıza katkıları; metinlerin ve edebi sanatların eleştirel incelenmesi ve yorumlanması.

ELT202İngiliz Edebiyatı II
İngiliz ve Amerikan edebiyatı ve orjinal yazım dili İngilizce olan edebiyatın farklı dönemlerinden yazar ve eserler; İngilizce yazılmış edebiyatın dönemleri ve temel akımları, çeşitli dönemlere ait örnek metinler kullanılarak bu edebiyatlardaki temel kavramlar, terimler, teknikler ve edebi, felsefi ve bilimsel akımlar.

ELT203Elt 203 Linguistics I
This course gives an introduction to the basic concepts in linguistic analysis; understanding the nature, structure, and use of language by way of awareness raising activities, error analysis of language learners’ production, case studies, and comparative analysis of native and target languages. The topics under investigation are the components of language as a system: linguistic competence and performance, branches of linguistics, types of grammar, language universals, creativity of linguistic knowledge, arbitrariness of language, sign languages, artificial languages and animal communication; brain and language:, lateralization and handedness, evolution of language, human language processing models, research on language and disorders (e.g., dichotic listening, split brain, WADA); phonetics: acoustic, auditory and articulatory phonetics, speech organs, phoneme, vowels and consonants, IPA, diphthongs, tripthongs, manner and place of articulation; phonology: sound patterns, assimilation, dissimilation, linking, consonant clusters, silent letters, suprasegmentals, stress and intonation.

ELT204Linguistics II
This course is a continuation of Linguistics I. An elaboration on further topics in linguistics is presented by way of awareness raising activities, error analysis of language learners’ production data, case studies, and comparative analysis of native and target languages. The topics under investigation are: morphology; free and bound morphemes, compounds, inflectional morphology, derivational morphology, morphemic analysis, morphological typology of languages, analysis of the internal hierarchical structure of words, morphonological variation; syntax: word categories, phrase and clause structure, transformational-generative grammar, government and binding, minimalist program, argument structure, theta-roles; pragmatics: deixis, implicature, conversational maxims, speech acts and politeness. Socio-linguistics; dialects, register, style; discourse: criteria for textuality, types of cohesive devices, discourse connections, functions, the discourse situation, institutional discourse, and similar topics.

ELT205Approaches to Elt I
This course presents basic issues and processes in ELT course design. It focuses on identifying the difference among approach, method and technique and the significance of these concepts in course design. A critical overview of methods and approaches taking a historical perspective is presented: Grammar Translation Method, Direct Method, Audio-lingual Method, Silent Way, Community Language Learning, Suggestopedia, Communicative Approach, the Natural Approach. Student teachers will discover and synthesize classroom application possibilities of such methods through designing micro-teaching of activities associated with them.

ELT206Approaches to Elt II
As a continuation of Approaches to ELT I, this course focuses on current issues and practices in ELT course design, selecting the appropriate approach suitable to learner needs based on current distinctions such as ESL, EFL, EIL, ESP, EAP. It outlines current foreign language teaching trends such as constructivist approach, content-based instruction, task-based instruction, problem-based teaching, multiple intelligences, whole language approach and corpus-based applications of language teaching and designing micro-teaching of activities associated with them. This course aims to raise awareness of issues of culture and classroom second/foreign language learning, of technology use in language classrooms, and of the need for developing communicative and intercultural competencies for the language learner and teacher of the globalized world and designing micro-teaching of activities associated with them.

ELT207Çeviri: İngilizce – Türkçe
Çeviri bilimindeki temel teori ve yaklaşımlar; farklı konularda ve türlerde yazılmış özgün İngilizce metinleri Türkçe’ye çevirme; hata analizi yoluyla aynı metnin farklı çevirilerini karşılaştırarak eleştirel bakış açısıyla değerlendirilmesi; biçim, sözcük seçimi, çevirinin dil öğrenimindeki rolü ve önemi ve çevirinin kültürel boyutu.

ELT208Dil Edinimi
Birinci ve ikinci dil edinimi kuramları (davranışçılık, doğuştanlık, bilgi işlemleme, bağlantıcı modeller, etkileşimsel yaklaşım); anadil ile erek dilin gelişim evreleri ve süreçleri; durum çalışmaları, bütünce verilerinden ana ve erek dil kullanımlarının karşılaştırmalı çözümlemesi (örn.: CHILDES veritabanı), sınıf içi ikinci dil etkileşiminin kayıtları ve çevriyazısı aracılığıyla çocuklarda ve yetişkinlerdeki ikinci dil ediniminin karşılaştırması, anadil ediniminde gelişim aşamaları, ikinci dildeki biçim-sözdizimsel gelişim evreleri, ikinci dil edinimi süreçleri, ikinci dil ediniminde öğrenen özellikleri ve nihai kazanımdaki bireysel farklılıklar (örn.: kişilik etkisi, dil yeteneği, zeka, edinim yaşı, motivasyon ve tutum, öğrenen tercihleri ve inançları), ikinci dil ve yabancı dil öğrenim bağlamlarının farklılığı (örn.: doğal ve örgün eğitim ortamları).

ELT209Sözlü Anlatım Ve Topluluk Karşısında Konuşma
Topluluk karşısında konuşma yapabilmek için gerekli etkin beceriler; konuşma metninin hazırlanması ve sunumunda gerekli olan tüm aşamalar ve boyutlar; geniş kapsamlı okuma ve araştırmaya dayalı sunumlar hazırlama ve sunma; başarılı sunumların içerik, biçim ve görsel-işitsel öğelerin uygunluğu yönünden incelenmesi; mülakat, sosyalleşme, telefon görüşmeleri, sunum yapma, toplantı yönetme, ve özgeçmiş ve başvuru yazma gibi iş ortamlarında kullanacakları sözlü ve yazılı iletişim becerileri.

ELT301Teaching English to Young Learners I
This course gives an overview of the difference between young learners (K-6) and learners at other ages (in terms of learning of language structures, skills and sub-skills) and misconceptions about young learners. The aim of the course is to help student teachers identify learner styles (e.g.: visual, auditory, kinesthetic) and strategies (e.g.: meta cognitive, cognitive, socio affective) of young learners and developing activities (e.g.: puzzles, stories and games, simulations) and audio visual aids (e.g.: pictures, realia, cartoons, puppets, songs) for the teaching of vocabulary, language skills and structures; select and sequence teaching points and adapt and evaluate materials according to the cognitive and affective development and language level of the learners; to outline classroom management techniques necessary for teachers of young learner classrooms; to emphasize the importance of collaborative learning and interaction through group and pair work, and of ways to encouraging young learners to respect each other’s learning styles and strategies, and sharing responsibility for self and others learning.

ELT302Teaching English to Young Learners II
This course is a continuation of Teaching English to Young Learners I. The intent of the course is analyzing how to design young learner course syllabuses focusing on the applicability of different syllabus types (e.g.: story-based, content-based, theme-based, task-based) and the effective ways to make use of child literature within a chosen syllabus. Analysis and discussions of video recordings of young learner classrooms with reference to classroom management, presentation of language and practice in class will be utilized. Student teachers will design a course and/or materials for a chosen syllabus type teaching activities and assessment practices for a diverse range of young learners (K-6).

ELT303Özel Öğretim Yöntemleri II
Sınıf temelli araştırma, öğretmen merkezli araştırma, eylem araştırma uygulamaları, öğrenenlerin dil ile ilintili sorunlarının saptanması ve düzeltici öğretim aktiviteleri; öğrenenlerin etkin izlenme ve değerlendirilme ilkeleri, güncel eğilimleri baz alan yöntemler; ulusal ve uluslararası mesleki organizasyonlar (örn.: TESOL and INGED) ve uygulamalı süreli yayınlar (örn.: English Teaching Forum, ELTJ, TESLJ and TESL Reporter).

ELT304Çeviri: Türkçe – İngilizce
Çeviri bilimindeki temel teori ve yaklaşımlar; farklı konularda ve türlerde yazılmış Türkçe özgün metinleri İngilizce’ye çevirme; bir çevirinin uygunluğu; hata analizi yoluyla aynı metnin farklı çevirilerini karşılaştırarak eleştirel bakış açısıyla değerlendirilmesi; biçim, sözcük seçimi, çevirinin dil öğrenimindeki rolü ve önemi ve çevirinin kültürel boyutu.

ELT305Dil Becerisi Öğretimi I
Dinleme, konuşma, sesletim ve sözcük öğretiminin farklı evreleri ve teknikleri; dil farkındalığının ve öğretim becerilerinin değişik yaşta ve dil yeterliliğinde öğrenen grupları için geliştirilmesi; farklı yeterlilik düzeylerine uygun ders planlama ilke ve teknikleri.

ELT306Dil Becerisi Öğretimi II
Okuma, yazma ve dilbilgisi öğretiminin farklı evreleri ve tekniklerinin detaylı incelenmesi; değişik yaşta ve dil yeterliliğinde öğrenen grupları için dil farkındalığının ve öğretim becerilerinin geliştirilmesi; farklı yeterlilik düzeylerine uygun ders planlama ilke ve teknikleri.

ELT307Edebiyat Ve Dil Öğretimi I
İngiliz ve Amerikan edebiyatı eserlerinden ve orjinalinde yazım dili İngilizce olan eserlerden seçilen kısa hikaye ve roman örnekleri ve bu iki türün diğer türlerden farklı özellikleri; her dil düzeyinde gençler ve yetişkinlerle edebiyat kullanımına değişik yaklaşımlar; edebiyat ve dil öğretiminin bu iki edebi türde (kısa hikaye ve roman) kuram ve uygulama boyutunda bütünlenmesi, edebi metinlerin içerik zenginliği ve dilsel özellikler dikkate alınarak incelenmesi; kültür öğretimi yöntemlerinin kısa hikaye ve roman kullanımı yoluyla belirtilen alanlarda incelenmesi: karşılaştırmalı ve karşıtsal açıdan ana ve erek dil ve kültüründeki nesne ve ürünler; atasözleri ve deyimler, kültürel değerleri taşıyan kalıplaşmış ifadeler; toplumsal yapılar, roller ve ilişkiler; gelenekler/ görenekler/ adetler; inançlar, değerler, yasaklar ve tabular, toplumlara özgü batıl inançlar; siyasi, tarihi ve ekonomik özgeçmiş; kültürel kurumlar; mecazi/ çağrışımsal yan anlam, mizah kullanımı.

ELT308Edebiyat Ve Dil Öğretimi II
İngiliz ve Amerikan edebiyatı eserlerinden ve orjinalinde yazım dili İngilizce olan eserlerden seçilen şiir ve tiyatro oyunu örneklerinin analizi ve bu iki türü diğer edebi türlerden ayıran özellikler; edebi metinlerin içerik zenginliğine dikkat çekecek etkinlikler; şiir ve tiyatro oyunu kullanımı ve kültürel öğelerin öğretimi: karşılaştırmalı ve karşıtsal açıdan ana ve erek dil ve kültüründeki nesne ve ürünler; atasözleri ve deyimler, kültürel değerleri taşıyan kalıplaşmış ifadeler; toplumsal yapılar, roller ve ilişkiler; gelenekler/ görenekler/ adetler; inanç, değerler, yasaklar ve tabular, toplumlara özgü batıl inançlar; siyasi, tarihi ve ekonomik özgeçmiş; kültürel kurumlar; mecazi/ çağrışımsal yan anlam, mizah kullanımı.

ELT309İkinci Yabancı Dil I
Temel iletişim; basit günlük konuşma diyaloglarını ve temel okuma parçalarını anlamak ve günlük temel konuşma dilinde iletişim kurmak için gerekli olan yapılar ve sözcükler; hedef dilin kültürü ile bilgi.

ELT310İkinci Yabancı Dil II
Etkileşimsel iletişim; gazete, dergi, uzun diyalog, okuma parçaları ve kısa hikayelerde sıklıkla kullanılan dil bilgisi yapıları ve sözcükler; özgün materyaller aracılığı ile hedef dilin kültürü ile ilgili bilgi.

ELT401Yabancı Dil Öğretiminde Materyal İnceleme Ve Geliştirme
İDÖ ders gereçleri tasarımı teori ve ilkeleri (örn.: gereç seçimi, uyarlanması, geliştirilmesi ve değerlendirilmesi) ve ders kitabı kullanımına taraf ve karşıt olan temel görüşler; yöntem, ideoloji ve ders kitabı yazarının arasındaki ilişki; ders gereçlerinin seçimi ile ilgili format: öğrencinin dil yeterliliği, öğrenilebilirlik, kullanım kolaylığı, kültürel içerik, iletişimsel etkileşimin uygunluğu ve dil kullanımı, öğrencilerin birbirleriyle ve öğretmenle etkileşimde bulunmasına yardımcı olan bütünce bazlı otantik, gerçek dünya bağlamında konuşlanmış gereçler; dil öğretimi için gereç uyarlaması ve geliştirilmesi, belirli öğrenme ihtiyaçlarına ve öğretim ortamlarına göre ders kitabı gereçlerinin uyarlanması, öğretmen adaylarının kendi öğretme gereçlerini ve yardımcı gereçleri uygun yönteme, öğrenci seviyesine, ihtiyaçlarına ve mevcut okul ortamına göre tasarlamaları; gereç değerlendirmesi, ders kitabının İDÖ sınıf ortamında kullanımı ile ilgili dil gereçleri ve ders kitabı değerlendirme kriterleri ve gereç tasarımı üzerine güncel İDE yöntemleri.

ELT402Yabancı Dil Öğretiminde Ölçme Ve Değerlendirme
Sınıf bazlı ölçme ve değerlendirme üzerine temel kavram, ilke ve kurgular; farklı testler ve sınama biçimleri (örn.: yeterlilik, başarı, bulgulayıcı ve/veya yerleştirme amaçlı sınama, doğrudan ve dolaylı sınama, ayrık nitelikli ve bütüncül sınama, ölçün ve ölçüt temelli sınama, öznel ve nesnel sınama, iletişimsel sınama, vb.), geniş boyutlu dil ölçme amaçları için değişik soru türleri; bu tür testlerin ve mevcut diğer ölçme yöntemlerinin (örn.: gelişim dosyası, özdeğerlendirme, öğrenen günceleri) geliştirilmesi ve değerlendirilmesi; farklı yaş grupları, dil düzeyleri ve öğrenme biçemleri için dil testleri; okuma, yazma, dinleme, konuşma, kelim ve dilbilgisini test etmek için ayrık ve bütüncül biçimde sınav hazırlama teknikleri; betimlemeli çıkarımsal istatistik hesaplamaları ve sınav tasarımının altında yatan ilkeler (örn.: içerik, ölçütsel, kurgusal, görünüş geçerliliği, tutarlılık, standart ölçme hatası ve gerçek puan; kullanışlılık); test kurgulama aşamaları, madde analizi ve test puanlarının yorumlanması, ölçünleştirilmiş testlerin değerlendirilmesi (örn.: TOEFL, IELTS ve Avrupa Dil Dosyası için akredite edilmiş dil sınavları) öğretmen tarafından hazırlanan dil sınavları ve yararlı geri etki.

ELT403İkinci Yabancı Dil III
Orta/üstorta düzey dinleme, okuma, yazılı ve sözlü iletişim becerileri; değişik türlerdeki özgün metinlerdeki karmaşık dil bilgisi yapıları ve orta/üstorta düzey sözcük öbekleri; özgün materyaller aracılığı ile hedef dilin kültürü ile ilgili bilgi.

ELT404Seçmeli Ii: Uygulamalı Dilbilim
Uygulamalı Dilbilimi alanı alt disiplinlerinin (sosyolinguistic, edimbilim, psikolinguistic, söylem çözümlemesi) incelenmesi. Birey ve sosyal grupların sınıf, adli, işyeri vs. gibi çeşitli ortamlarda dil kullanımlarındaki farklılıkların analizi ve yaş ile cinsiyet gibi faktörlerin genel olarak dil kullanımı üzerindeki etkilerinin tartışılması.

ELT405Seçmeli I: Roman
Romanların Edebiyat alanındaki karakteristikleri; romanların incelenmesi ve yorumlanması, İngiliz ve Amerikan romanlarının analizi.

ELT406Seçmeli Iii: Bilgisayar Destekli Dil Eğitimi
Bilgisayar destekli dil öğretiminin tarihi, tanımı ve kaynakları, ters yüz edilmiş sınıf modeli, oyunlaştırma, dijital yerliler, yetersiz teknoloji ile dil eğitimi.

ELXXFree Elective
Should be selected from the liist announced by the department at the beginning of each semester.

ELXXXFree Electice
Should be selected from the liist announced by the department at the beginning of each semester.

ENE201Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Definitions, physical properties. Hydrostatics, forces on plane and curved surfaces, buoyancy, hydrostatics in moving and rotating containers. Lagrangian and Eulerian descriptions, derivatives, rate of deformation, flow lines. System and control volume approach, Reynolds transport theorem, principles of conservation of mass, momentum and energy, Bernoulli equation. Dimensional analysis.

ENE202Principles of Energy Systems Engineering
This course studies energy systems which utilize various energy sources including both renewable and non-renewable fuel. System components and operations of thermal, hydropower and nuclear generating stations, as well as biofuel reactor, fuel cell, wind turbine, solar electric and solar thermal power. Sustainability of energy sources, cost-benefits and their social acceptability.

ENE301Electromechanical Energy Conversion
Electromagnetic circuits; properties of ferromagnetic materials. Single-phase and three-phase transformers. Per Unit System. Principles of electromechanical energy conversion: Linear and nonlinear systems; singly and multiply excited, translational and rotational systems. DC machines: Theory, generators, motors, speed control.

ENE302Renewable Energy Technology
The course content includes: energy technology, renewable energy in a sustainable future, the physics and science behind climate change, and why renewable energy is necessary for the future. Students will understand different types of renewable energy technology, how they work, their advantages, disadvantages, and limitations. The types of renewable energy and technology studied include: wind energy, solar (thermal and photovoltaic), hydro-electric, bio-energy, tidal power, wave energy, geothermal energy, ocean thermal, fuel cells, heat pump systems, and high voltage DC energy transport. The availability and integration of these energy types and technologies are also studied to understand how renewables can work as a compliment to and replacement for conventional technologies.

ENE303Alternative Energy Technologies
Develop an understanding of the alternative energy sources and their uses. Now more relevant than ever, Alternative Energy covers the basics of electricity, how to generate electricity from renewable resouces, how to store energy, non electrical systems, energy consumption and conservation. Learn to understand why alternative and renewable energy is so important and how to go about it.

ENE305Petroleum & Natural Gas Technologies
The course provides a comprehensive grounding in all aspects of the oil and gas industry. After a broad overview of the distribution of petroleum resources and the organisations that constitute the industry, it introduces the techniques used to detect and assess the commercial viability of deposits. Next, it looks at the extraction process and the technologies used to process, store, transport and refine oil and gas. Finally, it explores the processes of selling, trading and marketing gas and petroleum products, before finishing with a survey of environmental and geopolitical risks and opportunities, and an assessment of the industry's future.

ENE306Electrical Energy Transmission and Distribution
Overhead lines and underground cables; transformers; generators and excitation systems; transmission system steady-state operation; control of power and frequency; control of voltage and reactive power; power system faults analysis; fundamentals of power system stability; substations and protection; power system economics and management.

ENE401Graduation Project I
Students prepare projects for graduation in the final semester in the most important fields such as alternative energy sources, solar energy, power generation and control in the different fields of energy engineering.

ENE402Graduation Project II
Students prepare projects for graduation in the final semester in the most important fields such as alternative energy sources, solar energy, power generation and control in the different fields of energy engineering.

ENE403Power Electronics & Motion Control Systems
This corse examines the application of electronics to energy conversion and control. Topics covered include: modeling, analysis, and control techniques; design of power circuits including inverters, rectifiers, and DC-DC converters; analysis and design of magnetic components and filters; and characteristics of power semiconductor devices. Numerous application examples will be presented such as motion control systems, power supplies.

ENE404Energy Saving
Types, combustion in boilers, performances evaluation, analysis of losses, energy conservation opportunities. Boiler efficiency calculation, evaporation ratio and efficiency for coal, oil and gas. Steam System : Properties of steam, steam leakages, steam trapping, condensate and flash steam recovery system, identifying opportunities for energy savings. General fuel economy measures in furnaces. Induction furnace, performance evaluation of a furnace. Cogeneration : Definition, need, application. Waste Heat Recovery : Classification, advantages and applications, commercially viable waste heat recovery devices, saving potential. Energy Efficiency in Electrical Utilities : Electric motors, Aircompressors, reciprocating vs screw, compressor efficiency, efficient compressor operation, leakage test, factors affecting the performance and savings opportunities. Lighting System : Choice of lighting, luminance requirements, and energy conservation avenues. Energy conservation in Buildings:building envelope, insulation, lighting.

ENE405Energy and Environment
This course explores the connections between energy and environment policy. The role that energy plays in our modern world. The basic grounding in the physical, environmental, technological, economic and political aspects of energy systems. Calculation the energy content of a wide variety of systems such as speeding cars, toasty houses and hot tubs, wind, solar illumination, gasoline, and hot dogs. We will apply these concepts to the various energy production schemes and usages found in our lives. Today's dominant energy sources, supply lifetimes, alternative energy sources, environmental impacts, and the future of energy in our world. This semi-quantitative course is meant to provide a scientific foundation for understanding the energy issues so that the student will be able to make informed decisions regarding-or even participate in-the ongoing debate surrounding this important societal issue

ENE406Wind Turbines
This course is about the principles, components and conceptual design principles of wind energy conversion systems. the The main objectives of this lecture are: (i) to outline the historical development and the state of the art in wind turbine technologies; (ii) to outline some of the ideas that shape the wind industry; (iii) to outline the main components of a modern wind turbine; (iv) to outline the main site assessment criteria and financial feasibility analysis for wind turbine projects.

ENE411Bioenergy
Benefits of converting waste to energy, thermodynamics and steam generation. Combustion and boiler firing theory, boiler design and heat transfer. Boiler water chemistry, steam turbine plant and steam system. Characteristics of MSW (Municipal Waste Combustion) Fuel, MSW compared to fossil fuels. Mass-burn designs: Rotary combustors, combustion process, Air pollution control equipment, Ash treatment and testing; Transport and loading systems, Material recovery. Principles of plant operation; Operator training; Upset conditions; Operating procedures; Troubleshooting; Basic plant economics.

ENE415Automatic Control in Energy Systems
Pole-zero analysis, stability of feedback systems by root locus and real-frequency response methods. Design methods of Bode and Nichols. Introduction to advanced topics in automatic control theory, state variable methods. Linear Servomechanism theory and design principles. Study of control systems components and mathematical models. Amplifiers, DC servomotors, reaction mass actuators. Accelerometers, potentiometers, shaft encoders and resolvers, proximity sensors, force transducers, piezoceramic materials, gyroscopes. Experimental determination of component models and model parameters. Design problems for power systems. Advanced computer modeling and analysis of power systems. Application of modern systems and control theories.

ENE416Modern Thermodynamics for Energy Systems
Properties of pure substances, phase change, equation of state. Concepts of energy transfer by heat, work and mass. Entropy. 1st and 2nd law of Thermodynamics and their applications to common thermal devices such as heat exchangers, turbines, compressors. and nozzles. Basic power and refrigeration thermodynamic cycles: Otto, Diesel, Brayton, Rankine and vapor compression. Refrigeration cycles.

ENE417Thermodynamics II
Exergy: A Measure of Work Potential. Gas power cycles. Vapor and combined power cycles. Absorption Refrigeration Systems. Thermodynamic property relations. Gas mixtures. Gas-vapor mixtures and air conditioning. Chemical reactions. Chemical and phase equilibrium. Compressible Flow

ENE420Nuclear Energy Technology
Introduction to nuclear energy. Atomic and nuclear physics; the interaction of radiation and matter. Nuclear reactor operation; reactor components, nuclear cycles, neutron diffusion and moderation. Reactor shielding. Fuel reprocessing and waste disposal. Reactor licensing and safety. Economics and environmental concerns.

ENE421Electromagnetic Theory
Introductory electromagnetic field theory and Maxwell' s equations in integral and differential forms; uniform plane waves in linear media; boundary conditions and reflection and transmission of waves; guided waves; transmission lines and Smith chart; electrostatics.

ENE423Environmental Impact of Energy Systems
Environmental issues that are caused through energy conversion: Ozone depletion, global warming and air quality issues., infrastructure and cost impacts. Products of Combustion. Heath and Environmental Effects of the Primary Pollutants. Secondary Pollutants. Global and Regional Effects of Secondary pollutants. Global Warming. Impacts of Global Warming. Solution for Potential Global Warming. "Power" in the Environmental Protection. Acid Rain. Ozone and Environment. Evaluation the potential environmental.

ENE424Wave and Tidal Energy Conversions
Wind energy, wave energy, thermal energy, tide and ocean current energy and also sun energy; trajectories of oceanic technologies; economics of oceanic energy; sustainability attributes.

ENE432Programmable Logic Controllers
Fundamental principles of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). PLC hardware, number systems and codes, fundamentals of logic, PLC programming, wiring and ladder diagrams, programming timers, and programming counters. Program control instructions, data manipulation instructions, math instructions, sequencer and shift registers, PLC installation and troubleshooting, process control and data acquisition, computer-controlled machines and processes.

ENE435Energy Policy
Public policies related to energy, and how the energy industry responds. Topics covered will include theories of the state, monopoly and regulation, public choice, organizational behavior, international agreements, and innovation. Application these theories to major current and historical issues in energy policy, such as ethanol, climate change, energy security, the role of oil companies in the world oil market.

ENE438Project Planning and Scheduling
Study of the concepts used in planning and scheduling of projects in both industrial and construction applications. Sizing the project to get initial figures for development cost, required resourses, completion time, and production costs. Scenarios for project execution. Refining the initial estimates, determining the detailed requirements for project completion, getting buy-in from the team, establishing individual commitments, and documenting the detailed plan. Documenting the project tasks and milestones in a time-line format, tracking planned vs. actual results, and communicating plans and results throughout the project lifecycle.

ENE440Solar Energy & Photovoltaic Systems
This course teaches how photovoltaic (PV) systems operate, how to determine the size of a PV system needed for a certain application, how to install and connect the PV system to the electrical grid. This is an intensely hands on course and prepares the student to take the electrical portion of the Florida Solar Contractor License exam. Prerequisite to this course is the understanding of DC and AC electrical theory.

ENE441Energy Efficient Building Design
Fundamental concepts of green building design and delivery. Various systems used in green buildings. Testing any of the decisions that have to be made in designing and constructing a green building, from materials selection to considering the use of natural systems for wastewater processing. The course addresses both institutional and residential structures and emphasis is placed on understanding practical working systems used in the structures. Cost/benefit analyses so the student will be able to write justification proposals for green building projects. Basic foundation to make decisions regarding the design, construction and maintenance of a green building. Selection of sustainable building materials and products to considering the use of natural systems for wastewater processing.

ENE444Systems and Control
Introduction: what is a control system. State equations and examples. Nonlinear systems and linearization. Laplace transform review. Transfer functions, Block diagrams and interconnections. Time response: derivation in state. Second-order systems. Stability of LTI systems: asymptotic. Open-loop v.s. closed. Routh criterion. Nyquist stability criterion. Frequency response and Bode Design Examples. Pole placement. Exact tracking problem. Asymptotic tracking problem. Robust tracking problem.

ENE445Optimization of Energy Systems
Linear and nonlinear program based optimization algorithms that are specially suited for the design, analysis and operation of electric power systems, power processing devices, machines and transformers. Geometric programming. New generation optimization techniques. Simulated annealing, Genetic Algorithms, Bayesian statistics. Examples applied to heat transfer problems and energy systems such as gas and steam power plants, refrigeration systems, heat pumps and so on. Generation expansion planning, bulk power supply systems, hydro-thermal scheduling, power converter design optimization

ENE452Fuels and Combustion
Liquid fuels. Gaseous fuels. Combustion. Solid fuels. Study of the principles of combustion including stoichiometry and energy calculations of the principal fuels used in ceramic engineering such as coke,coal, oil and LPG.

ENE455Feedback Control Systems
Linear feedback control systems, their physical behavior, dynamical analysis, and stability. Laplace transform, frequency spectrum, and root locus methods. System design and compensation using PID and lead-lag controllers. Digital implementations of analog controllers.

ENE461Hydrogen Energy Systems
History, background of hydrogen, its uses. Methods of hydrogen production. Acceptance of hydrogen as fuel. Modes of storage and transportation. Pipeline transportation of Hydrogen. Cost reviews (hydrogen versus hydrocarbon transportation). Safety considerations. Pipeline system design features. Pipeline conversion. Hydrogen pipeline construction considerations.

ENE464High Voltage Techniques
Electrical Field Analysis: experimental and computational methods, electrical breakdown in gasses, Townsend's breakdown criterion, Paschen's law, Streamer or "Kanal" mechanisms, breakdown in non-uniform field and corona, electrical break down of dielectric liquids and solids, insulating materials, dielectric measurements, generation and measurement of high AC, DC and impulse voltages and currents, electrostatic generators, testing transformers and series resonant circuits, impulse voltage and current generator circuits, sphere and uniform field gaps, electrostatic generating and peak voltage measuring voltmeters.

ENE470Fuels Chemistry
Energy, Solid Fuels- Structure and Petrography of Coal, Sampling and Analysis, Classification and Storage of Coal, Liquid Fuels- Origin, Composition and Physical Processing of Crude Petroleum, Tests on Liquid Fuels, Natural Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gases, Flue and Fuel Gas Analysis, Secondary Fuels, Energy Conversion with Combustion, Atmospheric Pollution, Mass and En. Balances.

ENE471Introduction to Mechatronics and Robotics
Introduction to Mechatronics, Microcontrollers and Event Driven Programming, Introduction to Sensors and GPS, OpAmps (non-ideal), Comparators and Statics, DC Motors, Stepper Motors and Gears, Timers, Modular Software in C, Noise Isolation, A brief history of Robotics, Effectors and Actuators, Role of Sensors, Control Architectures and Feedback Control, Subsumption Architecture, Reactive, Deliberative and Hybrid Control, Behavior based control and Emergent behavior, Adaptive Behavior and Robot learning.

ENG101Introduction to Computers
An introduction to basic aspects of computing, operating systems, computing environments, networks and tools. This course provides a background of tools using DOS and Windows environments for word processing, spreadsheets and databases.

ENG103Computer Aided Design
Understanding the purposes and commands of AutoCAD, creating new shapes altering them and adding new entities to them. Modifying objects placing notes and specifications on objects, drawing solid objects, Isometrics, The user co-ordinate system, 3D commands, solid bock building, plotting AutoCAD drawings.

ENG106Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering
Introduction to Industrial Engineering (IE), brief history of IE, related disciplines, production systems design, production systems design, production systems control, quality control, total management, operations research, decision sciences and systems.

ENG201Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
The Physical foundation of electric circuits. Electric current, electromotive force (voltage), resistance, DC and AC, Ohms law. Power and energy. Real and ideal sources. Circuit analysis of resistive networks: Kirchhoffs voltage and current laws, voltage-divider rule, the current-divider rule ,wye-delta transformations, voltage and current source conversions, mesh-current analysis, nodal analysis. Network theorems: superposition theorem, The venin theorem, Norton theorem, maximum power transfer theorem. Transients in RC, RL and RLC circuits. AC waveform, period and frequency. AC values. AC voltage and current in capacitors and inductors. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis and power calculations. Mutual inductance and transformers.

ENG202Physical Electronics
Overview of basic semiconductor mechanisms. The electronics of metal-semiconductor contacts, pn junctions, bipolar transistors, and MOS field-effect transistors. Properties that are significant to device operation for integrated circuits.

ENG204Introduction to Modelling and Optimization
A general overview of operations research, with selected applications from engineering and management systems and interdisciplinary areas. The methodology of mathematical modelling and its relation to problems in industrial, commercial and public systems. Introduction to linear programming: the simplex method, duality, sensitivity analysis and related topics. Network models and project scheduling.

ENG206Digital Systems
Sequential logic circuits, state diagrams, applications of flip-flops, synchronous and asynchronous counters, shift registers, memories, interfacing, introduction to microprocessors and microcomputers, integrated circuit technologies. (Prerequisite: ENG205)

ENG304Engineering Economy
Importance of engineering economy in industrial practice. Engineering economy related concepts, Present value of money, compound interest formulas, present worth methods, payback period, internal rate of return, capital cost, Benefit/cost rate, evaluation of alternative investment projects, mathematics of inflation, risk analysis.

FLGT101Flight I
First step of Flight, PPL Flying Phase

FLGT201Flight II
Second Step of flight, PIC Flying phase

FLGT202Flight III
Third step of Flight, PIC Flying Phase

FLGT301Flight IV
Fourth step of flight, CPL/IR

FLGT302Flight V
Fifth step of flight, CPL/IR

FLGT401Flight VI
Sixth step of flight, Night Flight

FLGT402Flight VII
Seventh step of flight, Multi Engine Flight

GAS001Internship
Students are expected to work complete 75 days internship in a appropriate kitchen. Students must prepare a presentation as part of the assessment to pass.

GAS101Tourism and Hospitality Math
This is a comprehensive hospitality mathematics course, designed to provide students with the essential numeric skills required for Hospitality and Tourism management. The course content includes percentages, menu pricing, yield and price factors, profit and loss statements, algebra, simple and compound interest, hospitality and tourism statistics, and weight/volume conversions between the Imperial and Metric systems.

GAS102Principles of Marketing
This course serves as an introduction to the basic concepts and practices of modern hospitality to student's knowledge. It will have a balance between theories-concepts and practices-applications. An integrative approach will be used to discuss the major marketing decisions hospitality marketing managers face in today's global marketplace.

GAS103Principles of Nutririon
Principles of persanal health, energy requirements and calculations, carbonates, oils, protein, vitamins and mineralts; nutrician among the lifecycle and exercise, nutrician and health, nutricious element loss reduction, health Diet schedule, dietary menu engineering.

GAS104Food & Beverage Management
Introduction to the food and beverage industry and management. The food and beverage department and organization structure. Hygiene, sanitation and security. Nutrition, menu service, kitchen production, bar knowledge and service, food and beverage marketing, host relationship and dealing with complaints.

GAS105Sanitation and Personel Hygine
Nutricious micros, chemical and biochemical factors. Nutricion deteriations control techniques. Nutricous changes and micros, organ's changes. Health and hygiene important factors for staff, kitchen and transport sanitation. HAACP concept.

GAS106Consumer Behaviour
The course provides a scope of behavioral concepts and ways to determine the strategic implications of customer behavior for marketers in tourism and hospitality industry. The course engages student to get familiarized with the realities and associations of buyer behavior in hospitality marketing. This course provides understanding of buyer behavior that can alleviate strategic decision making in hospitality operations.

GAS107English in Hospitality I
This cource will introduce English Tourism terminology where sutendts will be able to understand and develop their reading and speaking skills.

GAS108English for Hospitality II
This course will introduce English Tourism terminology where students will be able to understand and develop their reading and speaking skills.

GAS109History of Food & Beverage
Investigation of the development of food production and consumption with effect of historical economical, social, political and control factos. Outline the Acient era until Rannasience changing cultures and eating habits, food conversion, food presentation and consumption style.

GAS110Kitchen Management
Kitchen and organization, management and leadership, kitchen management and productivity, other departments and relationships, organization and responsibility, kitchen planning. Kitchen ingredients planning, inventory. Kitchen health and hygiene, food transport and hygiene, sanitation, food poisoning and health. Standard recipies, cooking management, food consumption elements, hunger, appetite and attractiveness.

GAS201Food & Beverage Cost Control
Food and beverage classifications and functions, organization structures, service planning and marketing, food and beverage cost control, the benefits of control for business's. food and beverage cost control and stages. Developing costing for food and beverage standard receipies, cost calculation. Statistical calculation and reflection in report writing of food and beverage events.

GAS202Menu Planning & Design
Definition of food and beverage menu engineering. Menu types, age groups and industry related menu planning. Health related menu planning. Special features of Menu planning, menu contents, menus and selling, menu design and pricing.

GAS203Restaurant Management
Principles of the restaurant business. Restaurant development and cost control analysis. Restaurant management planning, organisations management and control process's. restaurant business marketing, selling, finance and human resource application.

GAS204Modern Cuisine
Theoretical presentation of North, Central and South America, Australia and New Zealand cuisine's materials and food processing. Description on the effect of the present century and access to world markets from communicating with the global processes of development, change in dietary patterns of people and focuses on food options.

GAS205Culinary Practice II
The course introduces students to practical applications of culinary arts to include all salads, salad sauces, meze, canapi and cold appertisors. Preperation and presentation techniques. General food preparation and cooking principles. Soup, vegetable, a variety of pastry ingredients, meat and poultry preparation and production. Soup, vegerable, a variety of pastry ingredients, meat and poultry preparation and cooking principles. Garnish, presentation and preparation. This course builds on Part I and extends kitchen practice to provide a broader understanding and experience in the preparation of starters and the main courses and deserts for a variety of international menus.

GAS206Culinary Practice II
The course introduces students to practical applications of culinary arts to include all salads, salad sauces, meze, canapi and cold appertisors. Preperation and presentation techniques. General food preparation and cooking principles. Soup, vegetable, a variety of pastry ingredients, meat and poultry preparation and production. Soup, vegerable, a variety of pastry ingredients, meat and poultry preparation and cooking principles. Garnish, presentation and preparation. This course builds on Part I and extends kitchen practice to provide a broader understanding and experience in the preparation of starters and the main courses and deserts for a variety of international menus.

GAS207Traditional European Cuisine
The general framework of European Cuisine (İtalian,French, Mid Europe). The main ingredients used in European cuisine and the development of skills in the preparation of these ingredients throught application, the main history of this cuisine and cultural elements and the marriage of these foods in presentation and organization.

GAS208Beverage Industry and Production
Introduction to history, traditions and preparation of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Meals and snacks that are compatible with drinks. Beverages used in the kitchen to prepare meals. Bar management and General information about drinks. General information about soft drinks. Information about the alcohol and beverage industry and the management of manufacturing.

GAS301Marketing in Food & Beverage Management
Food and beverage sectorial marketing functions and management. Marketing definitions and management of food and beverage. Insident and subject analysis management.

GAS302Anatolian Cuisine
Applications of examples of the rich Anatolian cuisine from different areas and its traditional kitchen and how it is applied to date.

GAS303Restaurant Structure and Design
Restaurant interior and design. Kitchen principles, production and service area design and structure. Electric and other energy resources management. An outline of requirements depending on Menu, selection and purchasing. Importance of ambiance and suitablity. Tableware requirements.

GAS304Food Styling and Photography
The course will focus on Food decoration, the world is changing and has the influence of being decorative the meal, now it's not enough to make delicious meals. It's also important to present in a best possible way, the course will show and give opportunity to be like a painter or a sculptor, in the kitchens to decorate the food art on the plate not just only good cooking.

GAS305Introduction to Pastry
The main rules of pastry production. Introduction to the main varieties of pastris, preparation and presentation.

GAS306Cake Decoration
Introduction and description on decorating cake and presentation of desserts and pastries.

GAS307Food, Culture and Society
Introduction to the education of food in society and the complex relationships between cultures. Food consumptions and religious identities and also the interaction between cultures. Food selection and food production cultures, the effects of technological developments in their relations with social developments.

GAS308Hrm in Hospitality
Introduction to Human Resource Management & its policies and planning's. ıntroduction to job analysis, job descriptions, job requirements. Description on labor market and employment. Description about the procedure of selection, recruitment, training, team building and development, employee evaluation, discipline, pricing, hospitality industry and industrial relations.

GAS309Wine Production & Tasting
The foundation requirements of understanding types of Grapes, Wine and Wine making. World map of winemaking and traditional wine information. Introduction to different types of wines, quality and tasting skills. Food and Wine combining, usage of spice and wine in food production and aroma.

GAS310Fast Food Management
The main framework of the food industry is outlined. An identification to Cafes , bars, taeaways and franchise business's are analysed on the main restaurant set up and costing. Marketing, selling, finance and human resource management are generally applied.

GAS401Events Management
Definitions of events, purpose of the sector and the factors that must be considered in events planning. Time planning and management, calendar planning and coordinating, target audience, venue inspection, marketing material, events itinerary program development, media relations, monitoring and evaluation.

GAS402Serving Techniques
Description of goods and services, special features about restaurant and service department, service personnel, properties of professional stages and their features, description of materials used in the service department, dining tables, chairs, plates, cups, table linen, napkins and preparation in restaurant service procedures & description hot to attend customers, types of breakfast, room service, banquets and protocol service, the definition of the bar, bar service, general information about the bat and drinks.

GAS403Catering Service
An explanation of Banquet food production, table d'hote food production, pre-prepared food production and industrial food preparation and production.

GAS404Fusion Cuisine
The definition and description of fusion cuisine in the world through the examples and applications and experimental production techniques.

GAS405Traditional Turkish Cuisine
Modern Turkish cuisine and the influence of kitchens in the 19th and 20th century. The Ottoman kitchen culture. Techniques utilized in the kitchen, food ingredients, food customs and traditions. The modernization of the Ottoman kitchen.

GAS406Food in Literature and Films
The aim of the course is to describe the food connection to the film and literature. Study about the books and films which has been written and filmed on food.

GAS407International Rules and Regulation in Food Production
Rules and regulations of the international nutrician legislation and systems. Also introduction of ethics of geneticly modified foods, food important companents, micro security and regulation responsibilities are included.

GAS408Graduation Project
The graduation project will be based on what they have learned in their educational period and what they implement in their education. Students can choose a topic either single or in group according to their field using appropriate methods and techniques. The graduation projects will be evaluate by the project committee consisting of a faculty member of the program.

GAS420Purchase & Selection of Food Products
The course will focus on food and beverages equipment and the processes related to the purchase of war materials and services. Description about the production identification, supplier, selection, ordering, delivering, storage and handling processes.

GAS421Sanitation Technology
The course will give a introduction to ready combinations of war materials and food technology, food spoilage factors and control, physical methods of food preservation, chemical and biological methods of food preservation, techniques of food preservation, industrial food processing technologies, the principles of quality control of foods.

GAS422Enterpreneurship
Introduction to entrepreneurship and entrepreneur. Description on the differences between the role of the entrepreneur and the importance of business success. Description on entrepreneurship and small-medium sized operators(SMEs) and the new trends. Creating new innovation and ideas and inventions, initiatives and risks through examples of successful venture.

GAS423History of Civilazation
Ancient era until Rannasience era is discussed under four main heading( Europe, Far East, Near East and America) for the development of civilasations. The development of historical factors of important political, social, economic and intellectual. Projections of Europe, Far East and Near East cultures and the evaluation of culinary arts and good culture.

GCC101Türkçe I: Yazılı Anlatım
Yazı dilinin ve yazılı iletişimin temel özellikleri, yazı dili ile sözlü dilin arasındaki temel farklar. Anlatım: yazılı ve sözlü anlatım; öznel anlatım, nesnel anlatım; paragraf; paragraf türleri (giriş-gelişme-sonuç paragrafları). Metnin tanımı ve metin türleri (bilgilendirici metinler, yazınsal metinler); metin olma koşulları (bağlaşıklık, tutarlılık, amaçlılık, kabul edilebilirlik, durumsallık, bilgisellik, metinlerarası ilişkiler). Yazılı anlatım (yazılı kompozisyon: serbest yazma, planlı yazma); planlı yazma aşamaları (konu, konunun sınırlandırılması, amaç, bakış açısı, ana ve yan düşüncelerin belirlenmesi; yazma planı hazırlama, kâğıt düzeni); bilgilendirici metinler (dilekçe, mektup, haber, karar, ilan/reklam, tutanak, rapor, resmi yazılar, bilimsel yazılar) üzerinde kuramsal bilgiler; örnekler üzerinde çalışmalar ve yazma uygulamaları; bir metnin özetini ve planını çıkarma; yazılı uygulamalardaki dil ve anlatım yanlışlarını düzeltme.

GCC102Türkçe Ii: Sözlü Anlatym
Sözlü dilin ve sözlü iletişimin temel özellikleri. Sözlü anlatım; konuşma becerisinin temel özellikleri (doğal dili ve beden dilini kullanma); iyi bir konuşmanın temel ilkeleri; iyi bir konuşmacının temel özellikleri (vurgu, tonlama, duraklama; diksiyon vb.). Hazırlıksız ve hazırlıklı konuşma; hazırlıklı konuşmanın aşamaları(konunun seçimi ve sınırlandırılması; amaç, bakış açısı, ana ve yan düşüncelerin belirlenmesi, planlama, metni yazma; konuşmanın sunuluşu). Konuşma türleri:(karşılıklı konuşmalar, söyleşi, kendini tanıtma, soruları yanıtlama, yılbaşı, doğum, bayram v.b. önemli bir olayı kutlama, yol tarif etme, telefonla konuşma, iş isteme, biriyle görüşme/röportaj yapma, radyo ve televizyon konuşmaları, değişik kültür, sanat programlarına konuşmacı olarak katılma v.b.).

GCC103Bilgisayar I
Bilişim teknolojileri, yazılım ve donanım ile ilgili temel kavramlar, genel olarak işletim sistemleri, kelime işlemci programları, elektronik tablolama programları, veri sunumu, eğitimde İnternet kullanımı, bilişim teknolojilerinin sosyal yapı üzerindeki etkileri ve eğitimdeki yeri, bilişim sistemleri güvenliği ve ilgili etik kavramları.

GCC104Bilgisayar II
Bilgisayar destekli eğitim ile ilgili temel kavramlar, öğeleri, kuramsal temelleri, yararları ve sınırlılıkları, uygulama yöntemleri, bilgisayar destekli öğretimde kullanılan yaygın formatlar, ders yazılımlarının değerlendirilmesi ve seçimi, uzaktan eğitim uygulamaları, veri tabanı uygulamaları, bilgisayar ve internetin çocuklar/gençler üzerindeki olumsuz etkileri ve önlenmesi.

GCC105Etkili İletişim Becerileri
Kişilerarası iletişimin tanımı; iletişim modeli, iletişim unsurları ve özellikleri, etkili dinleme ve geri bildirim, kişilerarası iletişimi engelleyen etkenler (kaynak, kanal, alıcı, vb.), iletişimi kolaylaştıran etkenler, duyguların iletişimde rolü ve kullanılması, iletişimde çatışma ve önlenmesi, öğrenci, öğretmen, veli iletişiminde dikkat edilmesi gereken önemli hususlar, iletişim uygulamaları.

GCC201Türk Eğitim Tarihi
Türk eğitim tarihinin, eğitim olgusu açısından önemi. Cumhuriyetten önceki eğitim durumu ve öğretmen yetiştiren kurumlar. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 1: Devrimin tarihsel arka planı, felsefî, düşünsel ve politik temelleri. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 2: Tevhid-i Tedrisat Kanunu: tarihsel temelleri, kapsamı, uygulanışı ve önemi; Türk eğitim sisteminde laikleşme.Türk Eğitim Devrimi 3: Karma eğitim ve kızların eğitimi, Yazı Devrimi, millet mektepleri, halk evleri. Türkiye Cumhuriyeti eğitim sisteminin dayandığı temel ilkeler. Köy Enstitüleri, Eğitim Enstitüleri ve Yüksek Öğretmen Okulları. Üniversiteler ve öğretmen yetiştirme. Yakın dönem Türk eğitim alanındaki gelişmeler.

GCC202Bilimsel Araştırma Yöntemleri
Bilim ve temel kavramlar (olgu, bilgi, mutlak, doğru, yanlış, evrensel bilgi v.b.), bilim tarihine ilişkin temel bilgiler, bilimsel araştırmanın yapısı, bilimsel yöntemler ve bu yöntemlere ilişkin farklı görüşler, problem, araştırma modeli, evren ve örneklem, verilerin toplanması ve veri toplama yöntemleri (nicel ve nitel veri toplama teknikleri), verilerin kaydedilmesi, analizi, yorumlanması ve raporlaştırılması.

GCC301Drama Öğretimi
Eğitsel drama teriminin tanımı ve anlamı, benzer terimlerden (Psiko drama, Yaratıcı drama, Drama-Oyun, Drama) farkı, çocuklarla drama uygulamalarının tarihçesi, eğitsel dramanın yapısı ve uygulanma aşamaları, eğitici dramanın yaş grupları ve uygulama alanlarına göre sınıflandırılması, eğitsel drama ortamı ve öğretmen nitelikleri, eğitsel drama da özel teknikler, eğitsel dramanın değerlendirilmesi, uygulandığı alanın eğitim amaçlarına uygun eğitici drama örnekleri ve yeni örneklerin geliştirilmesi.

GCC302Community Service Applications
The importance of community service; identification and proposing projects for possible solutions to current problems or an educational issue in society; organize, present, or participate in panel discussions, conferences, conventions, and/or symposia; voluntary work in various social responsibility projects. Gaining required skills and knowledge for the implementation of community services in schools.

GCC303History of Science
Evolution of science since the ancient near east civilizations. Development of science in Ionic-Helene, Islamic-Turk periods. Scientific developments since the Renaissance "in the West" Astronomy. Development of Mathematics, Physics, Medicine and Biology during and after the Renaissance. 20th Century revolutions in science and technology.

GCC401Ulusal Tarih I
Sanayi Reformu, Fransız ihtilali, Osmanlı İmparatorluğunun Çöküşü ve reform hareketi, Özgürlük Savaşına sebebiyet veren mücadeleler, Büyük Millet Meclisinin kurulması, hükümdarlığın feshedilmesi.

GCC402Ulusal Tarih II
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti’nin kuruluşuna paralel olarak Türk toplumunu muasır milletler seviyesine çıkarmak amacıyla gerçekleştirilen Atatürk İlke ve İnkılâpları çerçevesinde, devletin ve toplumun yeniden yapılanması sonucu toplumumuzda meydana gelen siyasi, sosyal, ekonomik ve kültürel gelişme ve değişmeleri günümüz problemlerine de ışık tutacak şekilde değerlendirilmesi

GK211Bilim Tarihi
Bilimin eski Yakındoğu uygarlıklarından bu yana evrimi. Iyonya-Helen, İslam-Türk (Arap, Horasan, Selçuk, Endülüs, Osmanlı) dönemlerinde bilim. Bu dönemlerde ve Ronesanstan bu yana `batıda` Astronomi, Matematik, Fizik, Tip, Biyoloji vb. Bilim dallarının gelişmesi. 20. Yüzyıl bilim ve teknoloji devrimleri.

GK303Seçmeli (kıbrıs Türk Kültürü)
Kıbrıs Türk toplumunun tarihi kökleri; Kıbrıs Ağızlarının ayırt edici özellikleri; Kıbrıs Türk kültüründe doğumla, evlenmeyle, ölümle ve sünnet törenleriyle ilgili adetler; Kıbrıs Türk Edebiyatı; Kıbrıs Türk Mutfağı; Kıbrıs'ın önemli tarihi mekanları

GK405Bilimsel Araştırma Yöntemleri
Bilim ve temel kavramlar (olgu, bilgi, mutlak, doğru, yanlış, evrensel bilgi v.b.), bilim tarihine ilişkin temel bilgiler, bilimsel araştırmanın yapısı, bilimsel yöntemler ve bu yöntemlere ilişkin farklı görüşler, problem, araştırma modeli, evren ve örneklem, verilerin toplanması ve veri toplama yöntemleri (nicel ve nitel veri toplama teknikleri), verilerin kaydedilmesi, analizi, yorumlanması ve raporlaştırılması.

GK407Topluma Hizmet Uygulamaları
Deneyimsel öğrenim felsefesi ışığında, toplumun güncel sorunlarını belirleme ve çözüm üretmeye yönelik projeler hazırlama; panel, konferans, kongre, sempozyum, gibi bilimsel etkinliklere izleyici, konuşmacı ya da düzenleyici olarak katılma, sosyal sorumluluk çerçevesinde çeşitli projelerde gönüllü olarak yer alma.

GRA121Lettering & Typography I
Typographic design systems, the aesthetic functional and conceptual use of lettering for printing, typographic uses of various visual media and technical methods.

GRA122Lettering & Typography II
The artistic and technical problems of typographic design, typographic layout techniques, letterform design, portfolio studies on logos and signs. (Prerequisite: GRA 121).

GRA201Graphic Design Studio I
This course introduces students to the field of "Graphic Design" through exercises on poster design, logo, logotype, brochure, bulletin, book cover and web design. The course aims to provide the basic information about these design processes and improve the ability to communicate ideas through a simple and effective visual language. (Prerequisite: PA102).

GRA202Graphic Design Studio II
This studio course enables students to develop their observation, imagination, creativity, visual sensitivity, and working knowledge of design elements by solving a series of visual communication problems with a variety of media and materials. Students extensively use computer as a tool to create, modify and present visual messages effectively. (Prerequisite: GRA201).

GRA221Computer Applications for Graphic Design
Students obtain experience using software to design illustrations and page layouts with the support of their understanding on design principles and strategies. Five programs are focused on: Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign. Experiences on using this software are required. Additionally, Flash and Dreamweaver will also be taught. Emphasis of this class is placed on producing sophisticated and professional design work as well as broadening students' experience on applying software. A cooperative learning environment is encouraged.

GRA2223d Modeling
This course introduces students to fundamental concepts, principles, and practices of 3D digital modeling. Students are given instruction in 3D modeling techniques including: production of geometric and organic surfaces and forms using NURBS, polygon construction and sub-divisional surfaces. The primary 3D modeling and rendering software used in this course will be Maya which is a commercial standard for 3D modeling

GRA223Vector Design
In this course, students will be introduced to and develop vector (linebased) graphics using industry-standard application(s). Topics covered will include examining the theory behind vector graphics, investigating the advertising and print industry's use of this type of graphic, creation of graphics from simple to increasingly complex, as well as development of a portfolio of vector art.

GRA242History of Graphic Art
The evolution of graphic communications from prehistoric times until the invention of movable typography. The origins of printing and typography in Europe. The impact of industrial technology upon visual communications. The growth and development of modern graphic design. History of Turkish graphic art.

GRA267Basic Illustration
Ways of interpreting a subject through pictures. Black and white and color illustrations. Interpretation of graphic subjects through pictures.

GRA268Commercial Illustration
In the class, the students will learn to use their fineart and design skills in dijital environment and then creating ready to use illustrations to be used in print and broadcast media.

GRA300Summer Internship
A field based learning opportunity for professional work experience outside the classroom. Students choose full time work in an area of specific interest as a link to the professional world of Graphic Design.

GRA301Graphic Design Studio III
This course covers products that constitute the visual identity design of a brand or corporation, as defining parts of a whole. Through assignments and theoretical lectures, the course aims at advancing the understanding of marketing communications of a corporation/brand that is advertised via means of mass communication. Students are encouraged to develop their own styles and further their visual thinking ability. (Prerequisite: GRA202).

GRA302Graphic Design Studio IV
The course is a study of design, advertising and the promotion of a product line with an emphasis on product and consumer relations. With theoretical approaches and practical assignments, the course is a study of the structures of marketing communications of a corporation/brand that is advertised via means of mass communication. (Prerequisite: GRA301).

GRA323Motion Graphics
This course introduces students to time-based graphics through animation. The focus of the course will be on developing a beginner-to-intermediate vector and bitmap animation for film, animation, video, digital media, and the web delivery and related presentation applications. Students will learn to design effective timeline sequences incorporating vector-drawing techniques, twining, frame-by-frame animation procedures, bitmap imagery, typographic techniques and basic scripting. Design theory for interactive media is coupled with hands-on experience for creating visually rich animations, broadcast and presentations. This course is intended for students who desire intermediate-level study in animation and time-based motion graphics.

GRA333Advertising Design and Art Direction
In this course, the parallel approach to the design culture in national and global advertising campaign will be undertaken. Explanatory concepts in the course of the major brands, creative ideas, concept, advertising, graphics, copywriting, commercials, strategic planning, campaign applications will be examined and research issues.

GRA340Design Semiotics
This course provides the students with tools to analyze works of art and design. It aims to introduce students with the major ideas, concepts and methods of analysis involved in semiotics and communication studies. With particular emphasis on visual culture, several important concepts will be examined and put into critical use in analyzing as well as designing new works. These concepts include the sign, paradigm, syntagm, redundancy, entropy, code, denotation, connotation, myth, metaphor, metonymy, ideology, representation, pastiche, parody, encoding / decoding, and taste.

GRA342Packaging & Label Design
The course introduces the basic principles of packaging techniques, three-dimensional drawing and a variety of materials used in packaging. Through assignments, students learn to design suitable packaging for the product, choose the right materials and calculate the efficiency of the designed sample for multiple assembly production.

GRA351Advertising Photography
Primarily suitable for course, design and media research, opinion and concept sketches are based on photographs of the design. Shooting and after shooting process.

GRA392Exhibition and Environmental Graphics
Students explore the ways in which exhibition and environmental graphics enhance the experience of the user community through interactivity with form and space. Working individually, and in teams, students will design and build scale models of their concepts for assigned projects.

GRA400Summer Internship II
Students are required to pursue an internship with a logical Graphic Design firm, whose work is directly related to that student's intended area of professional concentration. Interns will observe and participate in all office procedures permitted by their place internship. Students with prior documented work experience in the field may be granted an exception from the internship requirement, with the approval of the Graphic Design Program Director.

GRA401Graphic Design Studio V
The course focuses on advertising and promotion of a product line with an emphasis on product and consumer relations. The aim of the course is to teach technical and theoretical information through assignments and to study the marketing communications of a corporation/brand that is advertised via mass communication. (Prerequisite: GRA 302).

GRA402Graphic Design Studio VI
The course aims at advancing the subjective relationship that the student has developed with design processes. The project topic should be approved both by the student and Graphic Design Department Thesis Jury. The project consists of solutions to the design problem at hand, a written report and a presentation to the jury. (Prerequisite: GRA401).

GRA412Portfolio & Presentation
This course focuses on preparing students for entry into professional practice. Tasks include preparation of a final portfolio, presentation of the portfolio, constructing a resume, ways and means of self-promotion, the interview process and guidelines for freelance employment. Must be taken in the final semester before graduation (Prerequisite: ARC 401)

GRA452Comic Book Design
In the class, the students will learn to use their fine art and design skills according to the script to create comic book.

HCA101General Accounting I
This course helps the students recognize the qualities of accounting systems and its functions, to analyze the financial tables and gain information on the financial status of businesses; can arrange general financial tables, gain application skills relevant to the content and functioning of asset accounts controlled by profit and loss accounts.

HCA102General Accounting II
This course introduces the students to the following topics: General purpose financial statements communicating information about the business corporation’s performance and position for users external to management. The course partially emphasizes how the accountant processes and presents the information and includes exposure to recording transactions, adjusting balances and preparing financial statements for service and merchandise firms according to established rules and procedures. In addition, the course examines major elements of the statements such as cash, receivables, inventory, long–lived assets, depreciation, payroll, bonds, and other liabilities and stocks.

HCA103Introduction to Economics I
The students are expected to gain knowledge and skills on theories of microeconomics and be able to do analyses in micro-economics.

HCA104Mathematics for Business
This course provides information on the basic concepts in mathematics and how these concepts are applied to business sciences. The students also gain skills on logic, judgment and application.

HCA105General Business Studies
This course introduces the students to the following topics: Basic concepts in business management; stages of business establishment; classification of businesses according to their legal structure; explanation of management theories and functions; marketing; production; human resources; basic concepts in accounting and finance; assessment of a business from these perspectives.

HCA106Introduction to Economics II
Introduction to Economics II is a built up from HCA 103 where the students are expected to gain knowledge and skills on theories and practice of macroeconomics and be able to do analyses in macro-economics.

HCA107General Principles of Law
Through this course, the students are able to define law; are knowledgeable about enforcement and its varieties, sources of positive law, specialties of law, and the concepts of rights and debts.

HCA108General Principles of Management
This course provides the students with knowledge and skills related to the following topics: basic concepts, themes and approaches in management; planning, organizing, direction and inspection in organizations

HCA201Human Resource Management in Healthcare Organizations
Human Resource Management in Healthcare Organizations course introduces the students to the concepts, functions, techniques, methods and approaches in human resource management; analysis of human resource functions within health organizations; inquisition of applications within health organizations are the topics covered in the course

HCA202Administration Law
The students are informed on the legal structure of public administration and its functions as well as the characteristics of administration law.

HCA203Management of Healthcare Organization I
The students gain knowledge and understanding of health services; types of health organizations; factors affecting health status; aims and functions of health organizations; differences between health organizations and others; management characteristics of health organizations; internal and external duties of health organisation managers, in this course.

HCA204Business Law
Through this course, the students gain knowledge and skills on: definition of business and commercial business, their legal structures and functions; concept of valuable documents, legal specifications of contracts and their types; limits of contract rights; consumer rights and their protection; revenue law in business.

HCA206Management in Healthcare Organizations II
Management of Healthcare Organizations II Organisation of health systems; organisation of hospital management; hospital personnel, their duties, work principles; basic principles, concepts and techniques most frequently used in hospital management; types of services in clinics and polyclinics and their working styles and organisation, are among the topics covered in this course.

HCA208Finance
Public Finance The economic properties of the activities undertaken by public sector; public revenue and expenditure and its types, effects and distribution; basic specifications of budgeting by the public sector, constitute the contents of this course.

HCA301Production and Process Management in Healthcare Organization
The students are competent in following areas at the end of this course: Production management; production functions and duties of production managers; importance of product and service design; production area design; office and work system design; importance of capacity planning; planning of material requirements; management of stock control; recognition of the importance of performance and productivity in health organizations.

HCA302Marketing in Healthcare Organizations
Through this course, the students learn how marketing is applied in health organizations, and its benefits to the organisation. They also gain knowledge on marketing strategies and how to generate solutions to problems encountered while marketing is carried out. In addition, the students learn how to use public relations and marketing activities with the aim of organizing the relationship between health organizations and their environment.

HCA303Financial Management in Healthcare Organizations I
This course covers the following topics: Financial aims in health organizations; financial organisation and its functionality specific to health organizations; management of business capital; capital budgeting; methods of financing through external and internal resources and their applicability to health organizations.

HCA304Financial Management in Healthcare Organizations
This course spans the topics: management of budgeting types encountered in health organizations; comparisons with business budgets; basic techniques of analysis of financial tables; applications on health organisation data; cost analysis; balance analysis and advanced techniques in profit planning and their application in health organizations.

HCA305Quantitative Techniques in Healthcare Management I
In this course, the students learn the techniques used in decision making, problem modelling and solving; they can model duality problems as linear programming models; they learn the techniques for decision making, resource planning and control; they gain the knowledge and skills for using computer supported model solutions and analyzing the results, generating suggestions for solutions of decision problems, and for explaining application and developments and making interpretations.

HCA306Quantitative Techniques in Healthcare Management II
This course is an in-depth continuation of HCA305 and the topics covered therein.

HCA307Cost Accounting in Healthcare Organizations I
The students gain knowledge regarding the aims and stages of establishing financial accounting systems in health organizations; financial specifications; financial accounting; methods of financial accounting and financial accounting systems, as well as understanding the use of these techniques in hospitals.

HCA308Statistics in Healthcare Management II
The students learn the use of SPSS for data analysis; and gain knowledge and skills for the statistical techniques such as correlation and regression, logistic regression, variance analysis, factor and cluster analysis, discriminate analysis, time-series analysis and gain n understanding of the method of modelling structural equality; and apply these techniques in their professional life.

HCA309Statistics in Healthcare Management I
This course covers the topics of: Areas of use of statistics in health services; central tendency measures; measures of distribution spread; calculation of global mean safety margins; generation of tables and graphs; types of distribution; parametric and non-parametric tests and how and when they are applied.

HCA311Organizational Behaviour in Healthcare Institutions
The students gain knowledge on : Concepts, theories and approaches in organizational behaviour; factors identifying individual behaviour; dynamics of group behaviour; variables of organizational systems; environmental factors affecting organizational status in organizational behaviour; analysis of variables in organizational behaviour and evaluation of its application in health organizations.

HCA401Economy for Healthcare
In this course, the students learn the general concepts and principles of economy and how these concepts and principles are applied to the health sector. In this context, the role of health economy within the health system and its importance with respect to other organisation is also studied. Other topics covered throughout this course include finance systems for health services; supply and demand in health services and factors that influence it; analysis of the relationship between health services and economic development.

HCA402Strategic Management in Healthcare Organizations
This course is designed to facilitate learning about basic concepts in strategic management; situational analysis and interpretation of results; development and evaluation of alternative strategies; selection of strategies and its implementation.

HCA403Technology Management in Healthcare Organizations
Grouping of the products of health technology and their descriptions; stages of management; management of technological needs in health organizations and determination and direction of needs; internal or external supply of needs; demand evaluation; feasibility and benefit analysis; technical services within the organisation and functioning of service units; maintenance, repair, calibration and technological risk management, are the topics forming the contents of this course.

HCA404Communication Skills in Healthcare Management
This course provides an understanding of the communication process and its basic elements; communication theories; factors affecting interpersonal communication and the skills required for the application of these concepts to healthcare management.

HCA405Healthcare Policies and Planning
This course includes: comparative analysis of health policies in different countries; factors that shape and influence health policies; the stages of research, planning, application and evaluation for healthcare management.

HCA406Case Discussions in Healthcare Management
This course provides the students with the opportunity to identify the problem through systematic use of problem solving and analytic skills; and to choose the appropriate methods for generating solutions in large group discussions, relevant to the issues or scenarios they would potentially face at workplace.

HCA407Quality Management in Healthcare Organizations
In this course, the students gain an understanding of quality in health services; the importance of continuously improving quality; how and why customer/patient perception should be measured; the distinction of structure, process and outcome measures; models of basic quality improvement methods.

HCA408Field Practice
The students combine and develop their theoretical gains with practical skills through this application.

HCA409Law for Healthcare
The students are expected to gain knowledge on the following topics for this course: themes of law for health; relevant parties; resources; international documentation; public and private restructuring in health and related duties, authorities and responsibilities; law related to health matters; status of health rights from the perspective of sectors of society; legal specifications, structure, parties, and inadequacies of health contracts; duties and responsibilities of doctors and other healthcare personnel; organisation of patient rights.

HEM103Fizyoloji
Bu ders ile öğrencilerin insan vücudunun işlevsel özelliklerini, sistemlerin çalışma prensiplerini anlaması, homeostasis için ortak çalışma özelliklerini kavraması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM104Kendini Tanıma Ve İletişim Yöntemleri
Bu ders ile öğrencinin insan davranış özellikleri, kendini değerlendirebilme içgörüsünü geliştirmesi, iletişimdeki temel kavram ve ilkeleri anlaması ve bu bilgileri mesleki ve sosyal yaşamda kullanmasının önemini anlaması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM105Biyokimya
Bu ders ile öğrencinin vücutta meydana gelen kimyasal olayların temel mekanizmalarını kavraması, canlılığın sürdürülmesi için gerekli metabolik işlevlerin nasıl meydana geldiğini anlaması, biyokimyasal incelemeler için materyal alım ve transport özelliklerini öğrenmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM109Genel Histoloji
Bu ders ile öğrencinin organizmanın hücre, doku, sistem organizasyonunu mikroskopik özellikleri ile anlaması, hücrenin organellerini, organel işlevlerini ve hücreler arası haberleşme ve sinyal iletiminin mekanizmalarını kavraması amaçlanmaktadır

HEM120Anatomi II (sistemler Anatomisi)
Bu derste; vücudun temel yapısı, sistemleri oluşturan yapı ve organların görevleri anatomik özellikleri, yerleşim ve komşulukları ile ilgili bilgi edinilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM121Anatomi I (topografik Anatomi)
Bu ders ile öğrencilerin terminolojiyi kavraması, insan vücudunu oluşturan sistemlerin yapılarını ve birbirleriyle olan komşuluklarını öğrenmesi amaçlanmaktadır

HEM122Hijyen Ve Sanitasyon
Bu ders ile öğrenciye, çalışma ortamında, hijyen kurallarına göre sanitasyonu sağlama konularının yeterlikleri kazandırılacaktır.

HEM123Hemşirelik Felsefesi Temel Kavram Ve İlkeleri
Öğrencilerin hemşirelik felsefesini algılaması, hemşireliği diğer disiplinlerden ayıran ve kendine özgü bir disiplin olmasını sağlayan hemşirelik ile ilgili temel kavramları ve hemşirelerin görev, yetki ve sorumluluklarını öğrenmesi amaçlamaktadır.

HEM125Tıbbi Terminoloji
Bu dersin amacı; hareket sistemi, solunum sistemi, gastrointestinal sistem, merkezi sinir sistemi, dolaşım sistemi, ürogenital sistem ve diğer organlarla ilgili tıbbi ve radyolojik terimlerin ayırt edilmesi, doğru biçimde telaffuz edilmesi, yazılması ve kullanabilmesi için gerekli bilgi, becerileri ve yeterlikleri kazandırmaktır.

HEM127Kişisel Gelişim
Bu ders ile öğrencinin; bedensel, zihinsel ve ruhsal özelliklerle birlikte, kendini tanıyıp kendini geliştirme ilkelerini öğrenerek kişisel gelişimi başlatabilmesi ve geliştirebilmesi, meslek hayatında ve iş ortamında başarılı olabilmesi için farkındalığının artması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM129Hemşirelik Esasları Ve Uygulamaları
Bu ders ile öğrencinin hemşirelik esaslarına ilişkin temel kavram ve kuramları anlaması, hastaya ve hasta yakınına biyo-psiko-sosyal bütünlük içinde yaklaşarak hemşirelik gereksinimlerini belirleme, girişimlerini planlama, uygulama, değerlendirme becerilerini kazanması ve diğer sağlık personeli ile etkin iletişim kurma becerisini geliştirmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM203Farmakoloji I
Bu ders ile öğrencinin; ilaçların veriliş yolları, farmasötik şekilleri, farmakokinetik ve farmakodinamik özellikleri (ilaçların emilimi, dağılımı, metabolizması, etki mekanizmaları, etkilerini değiştiren faktörler gibi), ilaç etkileşimi mekanizmalarını kavraması, ilaç uygulamalarında dikkat edilmesi gereken hususların farkına varması, sistemlere etkili ilaçlar ile mesleğini uygularken sık kullanılan ilaç gruplarının özelliklerini bilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM204Enfeksiyon Hastalıkları Hemşireliği
Bu ders ile öğrencinin enfeksiyon hastalıklarının oluşum mekanizmalarını kavraması, sık görülen enfeksiyon hastalıklarının klinik özelliklerini bilmesi, hemşirelik yaklaşımlarını gerekçelendirerek oluşturabilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM206Beslenme İlkeleri Ve Diyet
Bu ders ile öğrencinin beslenmenin temel ilkelerini kavraması, besin maddelerinin özelliklerini bilmesi, farklı yaşam dönemlerinde nasıl beslenilmesi gerektiğini kavraması ve hastalıklarda uygulanması gereken diyetlerin esaslarını anlayarak uygulaması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM222Temel Bakteriyoloji, Viroloji Ve Parazitoloji
Bu ders ile öğrencinin hastalık etkenlerini, özelliklerini, hastalık yapma mekanizmalarını, bağışıklık sistemini kavraması, aşılama ve tedavinin özellikleri anlaması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM223Temel Biyofizik Ve Radyoloji
Bu dersin amacı hemşirelerin sağlık- hastalık, kanser, onkolojik tedavi, organların fonksiyonları ve işlevleri, kanser tanısında kullanılan yöntemler hakkında bilgi edinilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM224Psikoloji
Dersin amacı, psikolojinin temel konu, kavram ve alt alanlarını öğrenciye tanıtmak; insan davranışlarının ele alınmasında nesnel ve bilimsel bir yaklaşım geliştirmelerini sağlamaktır. Ayrıca, psikolojide temel ve tarihi yaklaşımlar, öğrenme, güdülenme, sosyal biliş, kişilik, duyum, algı, dikkat konularının, psikolojideki temel teorik yaklaşımlar çerçevesinde anlaşılması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM225Hemşirelikte Etik Ve Yaklaşım
Bu dersin amacı, hemşirelik uygulamaları sırasında korunması gereken mesleki değerleri edinmiş ve uymakla yükümlü olunan meslek ahlakı kurallarını bilen sağlık çalışanları yetiştirmektir.

HEM226Hemşirelik Süreci
Bu dersin amacı, öğrencinin hemşirelik sürecini kullanabilmesini ve uygulayabilmesini sağlamaktır.

HEM229Sağlık Tanılaması
Bu dersin amacı; öğrencinin, bireyin sağlığının değerlendirilmesi ile ilgili uzmanlık bilgi, tutum ve beceri kazanmasını sağlamak ve geliştirmektir.

HEM233İç Hastalıkları Ve Hemşirelik Bakımı
Bu ders ile öğrencinin ; iç hastalıkları ve hemşirelik bakımı konusunda teorik bilgi ve beceri kazanması, daha önce edinmiş olduğu bilgilerle bu derste edindiklerini sentez edebilmesi, iç hastalıkları ile ilgili kavram ve ilkeleri bilmesi, hemşirelik bakımını gerektiren durumlarda problem çözme becerisini etkili bir şekilde kullanabilmesi, hastayı fiziksel, psikolojik ve sosyal bir bütün olarak görebilme yeteneğini kazanması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM234Cerrahi Hastalıkları Ve Hemşirelik Bakımı
Öğrenciye, bütüncül, sistematik ve kanıt temelli hemşirelik uygulamaları ile cerrahi geçirecek hastanın ameliyat öncesi, sırası ve sonrası bakımını sürdürebilme konusunda bilgi ve beceri kazandırmaktır.

HEM309Mesleki İngilizce
Bu derste öğrencinin mesleki terminolojiyi öğrenmesi, dinleme, yazma, okuma ve konuşma becerilerini geliştirmesi amaçlanmıştır.

HEM312İlk Ve Acil Yardım
Bu ders ile öğrencilerin karşılaştıkları acil durumlara karşı, hayat kurtarıcı girişimlerde bulunabilme bilgi ve becerisine sahip olmaları amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM321Farmakoloji II
Farmakoloji ve toksikolojide temel kavramlar, otonom sinir sistemi farmakolojisi, kardiovasküler sistem farmakolojisi, santral sinir sistemi farmakolojisi, ağrı tedavisi, solunum sistemi ilaçları, endokrin farmakolojisi, kemoterapötik ilaçlar.

HEM323Güncel Enfeksiyon Hastalıkları
Enfeksiyon, enfeksiyon hastalığı ve enfeksiyon hemşireliği ile ilgili kavramları, sistemlere göre sık görülen enfeksiyon hastalıklarının görülme sıklığı, tanı, tedavi, komplikasyon ve hemşirelik bakımını içerir.

HEM325Sosyoloji
Bu dersin amacı öğrencilerin sağlık-hastalık ve toplum bağlantısını kavramalarını sağlık-hastalıkla ilgili olgulara sosyal bir pencereden bakmalarını sağlamaktır.

HEM326İngililzce II
İngilizce öğretiminde iletişimsel yaklaşım doğrultusunda, öğrenci merkezli tekniklerle öğrencilerin ileri düzeyde konuşma ve anlama becerilerinin geliştirilmesi, kelime dağarcığının oluşturulması ve dilbilgisine hakim olmaları amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM333İngilizce I
Bu dersin amacı, öğrencilerin kelime, dilbilgisi, telaffuz ve iletişimsel yapılarla birlikte temel İngilizceyi öğrenmelerine yardımcı olmaktır. Aynı zamanda öğrencilerin okuma, dinleme, yazma ve konuşma becerilerini geliştirebilmesi için öğrenme ortamları ve güdüleme sağlamakdır.

HEM336Çocuk Sağlığı Ve Hemşirelik Bakımı
Bu ders ile öğrencilerin 0-18 yaş grubuna yönelik normal büyüme ve gelişme özelliklerini bilmesi, sağlığı koruma yollarını geliştirebilmesi, sağlıktan sapma durumlarını değerlendirebilmesi ve bu bilgileri ilgili alanlardaki uygulamalar ile kazanması; çocuk hastalıklarında gerekli hemşirelik bakım uygulamalarını farkedebilmesi, oluşturarak uygulayabilme becerisi kazanması, etik değerler çerçevesinde davranması, hasta ve ailesi ile etkin iletişim kurarak yönlendirebilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM337Kadın Sağlığı Ve Hemşirelik Bakımı
Bu ders ile öğrencinin kadın sağlığının korunması, sağlığın izlenmesi, kadın hastalıklarında hemşirelik bakımına ilişkin temel kavram ve kuramları anlaması, hastaya ve hasta yakınına biyo-psiko-sosyal bütünlük içinde yaklaşarak hemşirelik gereksinimlerini belirleme, girişimlerini planlama, uygulama, değerlendirme becerilerini kazanması ve diğer hasta, hasta yakını ve sağlık personeli ile etkin iletişim kurma becerisini geliştirmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM338Hemşirelikte Araştırma Ve Yöntemleri
Bu ders ile öğrencinin bilimsel araştırma sürecinin basamaklarına ilişkin kavramları ilke ve yöntemleri tanıması, yapılacak bir araştırmanın temel basamaklarını oluşturabilmesi ve hemşireliğe ilişkin literatürü okuma ve anlama becerisi kazanması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM339Koruyucu Tıp Ve Hastalıklarda Erken Tanı
Bu ders, öğrencinin sağlığın geliştirilmesi, korunması, hastalıkların erken tanı, tedavi, bakım ve rehabilitasyonu, hastanın ve ailenin eğitimi konularında bilgi edinmesini ve uygulama becerisi kazanmasını amaçlamaktadır.

HEM340Sağlık Politikaları Ve Hemşirelik
Bu dersin amacı,öğrencilerin Dünya da ve Ülkemizdeki sağlık politikalarını ve bu politikalara ilişkin eleştirel yaklaşımı,Sağlık Politikaları ve hemşireliğin tarihsel geçmişi,hemşireliğe ilişkin mevcut yasalar,hükümet politikaları,hemşireliğin politik savunuculuğu,Dünyada ve Ülkemizde Hemşirelik de politik gelişim örnekleri,Sağlık politikalarının temel felsefesi,analiz ve stratejilerini konularında bilgi ve becerilerini geliştirmektir.

HEM341Sağlık Alanında İstatistik
Bu ders ile öğrencilerin istatistik ile ilgili temel kavramları anlaması, sağlık alanında istatistiğin nasıl kullanıldığını anlaması, literatür ve araştırmalarda değerlendirebilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM404Hemşirelikte Yönetim
Bu dersin amacı, yönetim ve hemşirelik hizmetleri yönetimi ile ilgili temel kavram, kuram ve ilkeleri inceleyerek, bunları ülkemizdeki sağlık hizmetleri yönetimi alanında görülen gereksinimler doğrultusunda değerlendirebilecek ve sağlık bakım ekibine etkin yöneticilik yapabilmek için gerekli olan bilgi, beceri ve tutumu kazandırmış hemşireler yetiştirebilmektir.

HEM411Geriatri Hemşireliği
Geriatri hemşireliği dersi, öğrencilerin geriatri hemşireliğinin önemini rol ve sorumluluklarını kavrayarak sağlık hizmetlerinin verildiği her alanda geriatri hemşireliği hizmetlerini verebilecek bilgi ve becerileri kazanmalarını sağlamaktır. Dersin uygulaması toplum sağlığı hemşireliği dersinde yaplmaktadır.

HEM415Hemşirelik Bilişimi
Bu dersin amacı; öğrencilere, sağlık bilişimi terminolojisi ile hemşirelik bilişimi kavram ve uygulamalarının bilişim teknolojilerindeki gelişmeler ışığında tanıtılmasıdır.

HEM419Sosyal Antropoloji
Sosyal/kültürel antropoloji disiplininin tarihsel gelişimini, temel kavramları, yöntemini ve bakış açısını değerlendirmektir.

HEM420Evde Bakım Hemşireliği
Evde bakım ve evde bakım hemşireliği kavramlarını bilme, ev ortamında uygulanan, birey ve aileye bütüncül yaklaşımla koruyucu, tedavi ve rehabilite edici hemşirelik aktivitelerini sıralayabilme. Dersin uygulaması toplum sağlığı hemşireliği dersinde yaplmaktadır.

HEM426Toplum Sağlığı Hemşireliği
Bu ders ile öğrencinin; Birey, aile ve toplumu tanıması, Halk Sağlığı Hemşireliğine ilişkin temel kavramları edinmesi, yöntemleri tanıması, görev, yetki ve sorumluluklarını kavraması ve toplumdaki bütün yaş gruplarına hizmet sunabilme becerisi kazanması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM427Ruh Sağlığı Hastalıkları Ve Hemşirelik Bakımı
Bu ders ile öğrencinin insan davranışları ve davranış bozukluklarının özelliklerini anlaması, ruh sağlığı hemşireliğinin temel ilkelerini kavrayarak, hastalarının bakım planını oluşturacak ve uygulayabilecek bilgi, beceri ve tutumu kazanması, ruh sağlığının korunması, tedavisi ve rehabilitasyonunun önemini kavraması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM428Sağlık Hukuku Ve Hemşirelik
Öğrencinin, sağlık hukukunda temel kavramlar, hasta ve sağlık çalışanı hakları, cezai, hukuki ve mesleki sorumluluklar, aydınlatılmış onam, tıbbi uygulama hatalarına yol açan süreçler, belgelendirme ve sigorta sistemleri konularında bilgi sahibi olması amaçlanmaktadır.

HEM429Hemşirelikte Öğretim Ve Eğitim
Bu ders; Öğrenme süreci, öğretim ilke ve yöntemleri, eğitim süreci, ders hazırlama ve sunum teknikleri, temel hemşirelik eğitimi planlama ve uygulamaya yönelik bilgi ve beceri kazandırır.

HIS104World History & Civilizations
This course introduces the historical development of civilisations around the world, in terms of culture, economy, religion and politics. The course also focus on the rise and fall of the first civilisations such as Mesopotamia, Ancient Greece and Macedonia, Egypt, China, Roman Empire, early mediavel states of the Western Europe, Byzantium, The Crusaders and Islam, Renaissance and Reformation periods, the Ottoman Empire, geographical and scientifi discoveries, transformation of Europe and the relations between the rise of the Nation State and the development of culture.

HIST001National History I
The struggle waged by Turkish people to re-establish a State and the history of the establishment of the Republic of Turkey after the defeat and collapse of the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I (1914 - 1918).

HIST002National History II
Teaching of the Principles of Ataturk; the chronological account of the republican revolution in the light of these principles. Democratic developments and re-structuring during and after World War II.

HS101Anatomy
The aim of this course is to familiarize the students with the structural systems of the human body, the inter-relationship of the structures within these systems and the related terminology.

HS102Growth and Development
In this course the students will understand the normal sensory, motor, cognitive and psychosocial processes of human development and the factors which affect them.

HS103Physiology
The aim of this course is to provide the students with a sound understanding of the functional characteristics of the human body, the functional principles of the systems comprising the human body and the principles of the unified functioning of these systems for homeostasis.

HS104Self-Knowledge and Communication Methods
This course relates to the understanding of characteristics of human behaviour, development of self- assessment instinct, basic theories and principles of communication and providing the students with the ability to implement this knowledge in their professional and social lives.

HS105Psychology
The aim of this course is to introduce the fundamental topic, theories and branches of psychology to the students; provide the skills for an objective and scientific approach to human behaviour. In addition, basic and historical approaches in psychology, the fundamental topics of learning, motivation, social cognition, personality, sensation and perception, attention will be studied during this course.

HS106Sociology and Health
This course will provide knowledge for the students on topics such as social theories, urbanization, community development, sociological disciplines and general community issues.

HS107Microbiology-Parasitology
The students will gain knowledge on the factors causing disease, their properties, and the mechanisms of their functions; the immune system; characteristics of immunisation and treatment.

HS108Biochemistry
In this course, the student would learn about the biochemical reactions in the human body that guide the physiology and would gain an understanding of molecular underpinnings of the metabolism.

HS115Basic Matematics
This course will include topics such as: real numbers, definitive values, number scales, integers, coordinates, functions, limits: change ratio, tangents, differentials and differentiation, graphical presentations; maxima-minima problems, quadratic equations, matrices, double variable quadratic inequalities: two-dimensional quadratic programming, geometry.

HS203Medical Biology Genetics
The aim of this course is to inform the students on Mendel’s Genetics, chromosomes and genetic inheritance, population genetics and congenital diseases.

HS205Medical Terminology
Medical Terminology In this course, the students gain knowledge on : properties of medical terms in formation; roots, prefixes and suffixes; analysis of the terms with these properties; most frequently used anatomic, diagnostic, operative and symptomatic terms; international classification of diseases.

HS208Medical Documentation
Through this course, the students gain knowledge on concepts related to medical documentation; main properties of medical documents; importance, contents, usage, methods of arrangement and the areas of use of medical records; contents and archiving of patient files and the required properties of archives; responsibility of medical records and their legal status with respect to confidentiality, safety and secrecy.

HS301Professional Ethics
In this course the students will gain knowledge on the fundamental ethical concepts and be able to evaluate the situations they encounter from an ethical perspective.

HS302First Aid and Emergency
Through this course, the students will gain knowledge and skills necessary for the application of life-saving procedures in cases of emergency.

HS303Biostatistics
Through this course, the students are expected to understand the fundamental concepts in statistics and the use of statistics in health science, and be able to evaluate statistics in the literature and research.

HS305Epidemiology
Through this course, the student is provided with the opportunity to understand epidemiological methods, general characteristics of epidemiological research and to scientifically evaluate previous research

HS402Health Management
This course provides an understanding of the development of management, its basic principles, relevant legislation and management processes so that the students are able to adapt these concepts to health management.

HS403Education
This course is designed to facilitate students': Understanding of the concepts of learning and education; learning of educational methods; ability to recognize the techniques and equipment necessary for the evaluation of learning needs and outcomes; ability to use this knowledge in their own life and in patient education.

HS405Research Methods
The aim of this course is to ensure that students understand the basic concepts, principles and methods involved in the research process; formulate the basic steps involved in a planned research; and gain the ability to read and understand related literature.

HSTJ1Yaz Stajı I
"Hemşirelik Esasları" dersinin uygulamasını içermektedir. 30 iş günü =240 saat

HSTJ2Yaz Stajı II
"İç Hastalıkları Hemşireliği" ve "Cerrahi Hastalıkları Hemşireliği" dersinin uygulamasını içermektedir. 45 iş günü =360 saat

HTSJ3Yaz Stajı III
"Kadın Sağlığı ve Hastalıkları Hemşireliği" ve "Çocuk Sağlığı ve Hastalıkları Hemşireliği" dersinin uygulamasını içermektedir. 45 iş günü =360 saat

HUK105Hukuk Başlangici
irinci sınıfın güz döneminde görülen Hukuk Başlangıcı dersi; Hukuk Kavramı, Tanımı, Türleri, Tarihi Gelişimi, Özel Hukuk ve Kamu Hukuku ayırımı ile Türk Medeni Kanununun düzenlemesi, Kitapları, Genel Hükümleri hakkında genel bilgi, Kişiler Hukuku hakkında genel bilgi, yanı sıra Hak Kavramı, Hakkın Türleri, , Kanun Boşluğu, Kanunun Yorumu, Geriye Yürümezlik İlkesi, Kanunun Yer ve Zaman Bakımından Uygulanması , Dürüstlük Kuralı, İyiniyet, Hakimin Takdir Yetkisi, İspat Külfeti, Kişi Kavramı, Hak Ehliyeti ve Fiil Ehliyeti, Kısaca Kişiliğin Başlangıcı ve Sonu , Muhakeme Görevi, Mahkemeler ve Çeşitleri, Kişiliğin Korunması hakkında genel bilgi konularında ders yapılacaktır

HUK107İktisat
Bu ders temel düzeyde mikro ve makroekonomi bilgisi vermektedir. Dersin amacı öğrencilere piyasa ekonomisini tanıtmak ve fiyat mekanizması altında kıt kaynakların nasıl dağıldığını incelemektir. Piyasa ekonomisine giriş, talep, arz, tüketici teorisi, firma teorisi, tam rekabet gibi temel mikroekonomi konuları ile ulusal gelir, istihdam, issizlik, enflasyon ve ekonomik büyüme gibi temel makroekonomi konuları analiz edilmektedir.

HUK111Anayasa Hukuku I
-Bir hukuk belgesi olan anayasanın, siyasal sistemin işleyişindeki rolü ve işlevini anlamış olacaklardır. - birey-toplum-devlet ilişkilerinin hukuksal ve siyasal boyutlarında anayasalar yoluyla oluşturulan kurumların üstlendikleri rolü kavramış olacaklardır. - Demokratik bir devlet düzenine egemen olması gereken ilkelerin anayasalar yoluyla nasıl güvence altına alındığını, anayasacılık teknik ve ilkelerinin hak ve özgürlüklerin korunmasındaki işlevsel önemini anlamış olacaklardır. - Anayasal devlet, hukuk devleti, kuvvetler ayrılığı, yargı bağımsızlığı gibi, yurttaşların gündelik yaşamlarını farkında olmadan çevreleyen kavramların anlamlarını öğrenmiş olacaklardır. - Öğrendikleri bilgiler çerçevesinde demokratik bir toplumda yaşamayı mümkün kılan kamusal duyarlık ve bilinci kazanmış olacaklardır.

HUK112Anayasa Hukuku II
Osmanlı Türk Anayasal Gelişmeleri çerçevesinde; 1808 Sened-i İttifak 1839 ve 1856 Tanzimat Fermanları 1921,1924,1961 ve 1982 Anayasalarına, yapılış süreçleri, içerik ve Türk Anayasacılığına katkıları açılarından genel bir bakış Yürürlükteki Anayasamız ışığında; Temel hak ve özgürlüklerin hukuki rejimi Seçim hukuku ve seçimlerin demokratik anayasal sistemlerdeki siyasal ve hukuki fonksiyonları, seçim sistemleri Siyasi partilerin kuruluş,, örgütlenme ve faaliyet esaslarına ilişkin anayasal ilke ve uygulamalar İşlem teorisi: Kanun, kanun hükmünde kararname, Meclis İçtüzüğü, Uluslararası sözleşmeler vb. yazılı hukuk normlarının anayasal sistemimizdeki yapım ve uygulama esasları Kanunların Anayasaya uygunluğunun denetimine ilişkin tarihçe, temel prensipler ve hukuk sistemimizdeki uygulama esasları Olağanüstü haller ve Hukukumuzdaki olağanüstü hale ilişkin kural ve uygulamalar

HUK113Medeni Hukuk I
Birinci sınıfın güz döneminde görülen Medeni Hukuk dersi; Türk Medeni Kanununun Genel Hükümler (md.1-7) ile Birinci Kitabı olan Kişiler Hukuku (md.8-117) arasında düzenlenen hükümleri kapsamaktadır. Bu kapsamda; Hukukun Tanımı, Türleri, Kanun Boşluğu, Kanunun Yorumu, Geriye Yürümezlik İlkesi, Kanunun Yer ve Zaman Bakımından Uygulanmasına ilişkin genel bilgiler yanı sıra Dürüstlük Kuralı, İyiniyet, Hakimin Takdir Yetkisi, İspat Külfeti, Kişi Kavramı, Hak Ehliyeti, Fiil Ehliyeti, Kişiliğin Başlangıcı ve Sonu (Birlikte Ölüm Karinesi, Ölüm Karinesi, Gaiplik Kararı),Fiil Ehliyetinin Şartları, Sınırlandırılması, Kişilik Hakları, Korunması, Davalar, Tüzel Kişiler (Dernekler ve Vakıflar) ile organları ve sorumluluklar, konularında dersler yapılacak ve imkanlar nispetinde pratik çalışmalar gerçekleştirilecektir.

HUK114Medeni Hukuk II (aile Hukuku)
Dersin esas içeriğini Aile Hukuku oluşturmaktadır. Özel olarak, aile kavramı ve aile hukukunda geçerli olan ilkeler, nişanlanma, evlenme, evliliğin genel hükümleri, evlilik birliğinin ortadan kalkması, soy bağı, evlat edinme, vesayet konularına yer verilecektir.

HUK116Roma Hukuku
Roma Hukukunun önemi ve tarihsel gelişimi, Roma Hukukunun temel kavramları, hukuk türleri, Roma hukukunda kişi kavramı ve ehliyet, sübjektif haklar; Actio ve Exceptio, genel olarak hukuki tasarruflar ve sözleşmeler, geçerlilik koşulları, hukuka aykırı işlemler incelenecektir.

HUK201Borçlar Hukuku (genel Hükümler) I
Bu ders borçlar hukukuna hakim olan prensiplerle başlamaktadır. Borcun kaynaklarından biri olan sözleşmeler dersin başlıca konusudur. Bu bağlamda sözleşmenin tanımı, kurulması ve sözleşmeyi geçersiz kılan haller üzerinde durulacaktır. Sözleşmeler ve borçlarla ilgili olarak dersin son konusu, borcun ifasıdır. Borcun ifası ile ilgili olarak, borcun ifa yeri, zamanı ve ifa edilmemesi işlenecektir.

HUK202Borçlar Hukuku (genel Hükümler) II
Bu derste borcu doğuran sözleşme dışındaki kaynaklardan önce sebepsiz zenginleşme üzerinde durulacak sonra haksız fiil hakkında bilgi verilecektir. Ayrıca Borçlar Kanunu ve diğer kanunlarda yer alan kusursuz sorumluluk hallerinden bahsedilecektir. Gerek kusur sorumluluğu gerekse kusursuz sorumluluk sonucu ödenecek tazminatın türleri, miktarı ve indirim sebepleri üzerinde durulacaktır.

HUK204Ceza Hukuku (genel Hükümler) II
Ceza Hukuku Genel Hükümler II dersinde suç teorisinin incelenmesine devam edilmekte; bu bağlamda öncelikle hukuka aykırılık ve kusurluluk konuları ele alınmaktadır. Daha sonra suçun özel görünüş biçimleri ele alınarak teşebbüs, iştirak ve içtima konuları incelenmektedir. Son olarak yaptırım hukuku kısmında ceza ve emniyet tedbirlerinin özellikleri, türleri, işlevleri ve uygulanmaları ile cezasal mahkûmiyetin diğer sonuçları hakkında bilgi verilmektedir. Bu bölümde ele alınan konular arasında Devletin yaptırım uygulamaktan koşullu veya koşulsuz vazgeçmesi (adli af, kamu davasının açılmasının ertelenmesi, duruşmanın ertelenmesi, hükmün ertelenmesi, tecil vb,) de bulunmaktadır.

HUK208Devletler Genel Hukuku II
Devletler genel hukuku dersi uluslararası hukuktaki barış ve savaş zamanlarında uyulması gereken kuralları ana konu olarak inceler. Konuların işlenmesinde KKTC'nin uluslararası konumu söz konusu olduğunda daha fazla detaya inilerek öğrencilerin konular hakkında daha somut kanaat sahibi olmaları amaçlanır. Devletler hukukunun doğuşu, temel ilkeleri, devletlerin uluslararası hukuk alanında gerçekleştirdikleri uygulamalar hem kurallar hem de istisnalar dikkate alınarak incelenir. Bu bağlamda antlaşmalar hukuku, devletlerin tek taraflı irade açıklamaları, Birleşmiş Milletler Sisteminin doğuşu ve işleyişi konusunda öğrencilere temel bilgiler kazandırılmak hedeflenir. Devletin unsurları, devletlerin tanınması, self determinasyon hakkı, devlete halefiyet ve sonuçları işlenen temel konular arasındadır. Diğer yandan devletler arası sorunların barışçı yöntemlerle çözülmesinde gerçekleşen süreçler Uluslararası Adalet Divanı kararları esas alınarak incelenir. Devletlerin hukuka aykırı davranışlardan sorumlu tutulmaları, özellikle ius cogens kurallarına aykırı davranışlarının sonuçları teori ve uygulama eşliğinde öğrencilere bilgilendirme ve irdeleme yeteneğinin arttırılması hedeflenir. Bu bağlamda Nürnberg Savaş Suçları Mahkemesi, Eski Yugoslavya Uluslararası Ceza Mahkemesi, Ruanda Uluslararası Mahkemesi yargılamaları, Uluslararası Ceza Mahkemesi Statüsü ve ortaya çıkan kararlar ayrıntılı olarak irdelenir.

HUK213Genel Kamu Hukuku
Bu dersi başarıyla tamamlayabilen öğrenciler, ders sonunda; - İçinde yaşadıkları “devlet” adı verilen hukuksal ve siyasal yapının niteliğini kavramış olacaklardır. - Siyasal sistemin işleyişine yön veren hükümet, parlamento, siyasi partiler gibi kurumlarla, sistemin hukuksal bir düzen içinde işleyişini sağlayan yargısal mekanizmaları, sistemi demokratik kılan sivil topluma özgü ilke ve değerleri bir bütün içinde görmüş, aralarındaki ilişkiyi anlamış olacaklardır. - Bir hukuk öğrencisinin mutlaka bilmesi gereken, kamu hukukunun doktriner bilgi alanındaki iktidar, egemenlik, otorite, meşruiyet, kuvvetler ayrılığı vb. kavramlara hakimiyet kazanacaklardır. - İlk çağlardan günümüze devletin hangi aşamalardan geçerek ve ne tür örgütlenme tecrübeleri yaşayarak modern merkezi devlet biçimine evrildiğini, siyasi tarihin ışığında öğreneceklerdir. - milli egemenlik/halk egemenliği gibi laik egemenlik doktrinleri ile tanrısal egemenlik doktrini arasındaki kopuşu ve bunun göstergesi olan hukuk ve siyaset kurumlarının neler olduğunu göreceklerdir.

HUK223Ceza Hukuku I(genel Hükümler)
Ceza hukuku Genel Hükümler I dersinde öncelikle ceza hukukunun tarihsel gelişimi, kaynakları ve ceza hukuku kurallarının yer, zaman ve kişi bakımından uygulanması konuları ele alınmaktadır. Daha sonra suç genel teorisine geçilmektedir. Bu bölümde suçun unsurları incelenmektedir. Suçun kurucu unsurları incelenirken önce bu unsurların sınıflandırılması ile ilgili çeşitli görüşler hakkında bilgi verilmektedir. Bunu suçun maddi unsurunun incelenmesi izlemektedir. Maddi unsur incelenirken hareket, sonuç ve hareketle, sonuç arasındaki nedensellik bağı üzerinde durulmaktadır. Daha sonra suçun manevi unsuruna geçilmekte, kast, taksir ve objektif sorumluluk konuları ele alınmaktadır.

HUK225İdare Hukuku I
İdare hukukuna ilişkin kavramlar ve temel ilkeler, idare hukukunun doğuşu, gelişimi ve özellikleri, idare hukukunun kaynakları, Türkiyenin idari teşkilatı, idari işlem, eylem ve sözleşmeler, kamu hizmeti, idari kolluk, idarenin sorumluluğu, kamu görevlileri, kamu malları ders kapsamında ele alınacak konulardır.

HUK226İdare Hukuku II
İdare hukukuna ilişkin kavramlar ve temel ilkeler, idare hukukunun doğuşu, gelişimi ve özellikleri, idare hukukunun kaynakları, Türkiyenin idari teşkilatı, idari işlem, eylem ve sözleşmeler, kamu hizmeti, idari kolluk, idarenin sorumluluğu, kamu görevlileri, kamu malları ders kapsamında ele alınacak konulardır.

HUK227Devletler Genel Hukuku I
Dersin amacı, uluslararası kamu hukukunun ana alanlarını uluslararası genel hukuk temel bilgisi ile birlikte tanıtmaktır. Uluslararası hukukun değişik alanlarında genel bilgi kazanımı ; araştırma çalışmalarıyla, uluslararası hukuk kaynaklarına ulaşabilme yeterliği ; uygulama çalışmaları eşliğinde, kazanılmış bilgiyi işlevsel olarak kullanılabilir düzeye getirmek derslerin hedefleri arasındadır. Ders metodu olarak, bilginin araştırma, tartışma ve uygulama çalışmaları ile pekiştirilmesi yöntemi tercih edilmiştir.

HUK229Hukuk Felsefesi
1. Bir bilim olarak Hukuk Fesefesinin tanımı ve akraba olduğu diğer bilim alanları ile ilişkisi: Hukuk Felsefesi/Hukuk Siyaseti ilişkisi Hukuk Felsefesi/Hukuk Tarihi ilişkisi Hukuk Felsefesi/Hukuk Sosyolojisi ilişkisi Hukuk Felsefesi / Teoloji ve Etik İlişkisi 2.Hukuk Felsefesinin Temel Sorunları Hukuk Kavramı Hukukta "AMAÇ" sorunu Hukukun amacı olarak adalet ve bu kavram çerçevesinde ortaya çıkan sorunlar Hukukta muhakeme sorunu Hukukta yorum sorunu, yorum ve muhakeme metotlar Hukukta Sorumluluk ve İrade Hürriyeti Sorunu 3.Hukuk Düzeni ve Hukukun Norm Alanı Hukuk Düzeninin Nitelikleri Hukuk Normlarının Sınıflandırılması 4.Felsefi Hukuk Okullarından Hareketle Hukuku Tanımak ve Anlamak Tabii Hukuk Akımı Tarihçi Hukuk Okulu Hukuki Pozitivizm Hukuki Realizm Eleştirel Hukuk Teorisi Türk Hukuk Hayatında Hukuki pozitivizm ve Tabii Hukukun Etükisi Sorunu

HUK230Vergi Hukuku
Vergi hukukuna ilişkin temel kavram, ilke ve kurallarını açıklamak, Türk Vergi Sisteminde yer alan vergiler hakkında temel bilgiler vermek, vergi uyuşmazlıklarının idari ve yargısal çözüm yollarını göstermek.

HUK232Türk Hukuk Tarihi
Hukuk tarihinin hukuk bilimi içindeki yeri, hukuk tarihinin temel inceleme konuları, ilkçağdan günümüze hukuk kurallarının doğuş ve gelişimine etki eden faktörler, hukuk sistemlerinin zaman, yer ve koşullara bağlı olarak çeşitlenmesi ve farklılaşmasının sebep ve sonuçları, İslam hukuku, Roma hukuku, Kilise hukuku gibi dogmatik hukuk örneklerinin hukuk tarihi içinde, hukukun evriminde oynadıkları rol gibi konular bu dersin içeriğini oluşturur.

HUK301Eşya Hukuku I
Eşya hukuku dersinde eşya kavramı, türleri, taşınır mallar ve eşya üzerinde ayni hak kurulmasını sağlayan zilyetlik ve tapu sicili hukuku anlatılır.

HUK302Eşya Hukuku II
Bu dersin amacı eşya, ayni haklar – bu bağlamda mülkiyet ve diğer sınırlı ayni haklar – , zilyetlik, tapu sicili ve tapu sicili işlemleri ile tapu sicilinin tutulmasından doğan sorumluluk hakkında öğrencilerin bilgi sahibi olmasıdır.

HUK303Borçlar Hukuku (özel Hükümler) III
Bu derste öncelikle isimsiz sözleşme türleri ve onlara uygulanacak kurallar anlatılacaktır. Mülkiyetin devri amacını güden akitlerden olan satış sözleşmesi üzerinde durulacak ve bu sözleşmede taraflarının yükümlülükleri, bu yükümlülükleri yerine getirmemelerinin sonuçları ve satış sözleşmesinin türleri (taşınmaz satışı, örnek üzerine satış vd.) hakkında öğrenci bilgilendirilecektir. Mülkiyetin devri amacını güden bağış ve mal değişimi sözleşmeleri dersin diğer konularıdır. Bu sözleşme türlerinin de içerikleri ve sonuçları anlatılacaktır.

HUK304Borçlar Hukuku (özel Hükümler) IV
Dersin bu döneminin ilk konularını kullanma ve yararlanma hakkı veren sözleşmeler (kira ve ödünç sözleşmeleri) oluşturmaktadır. Yine iş görme sözleşmeleri (Hizmet, yayım vekalet sözleşmeleri), saklama sözleşmeleri ve teminat sözleşmeleri (kefalet ve garanti sözleşmeleri) bu dersin kapsamındadır. Tüm bu sözleşme türlerinde tarafların hak ve yükümlülükleri üzerinde durulacaktır.

HUK305Ticaret Hukuku I (ticari İşletme Hukuku)
Bu ders ticaret hukukunun kapsamı, ticari işletmeler ve işlemler ile ilgilidir. Dersin amacı tacir tanımını, tacir hak ve yükümlülüklerini de kapsayacak şekilde ticari işletmelerin işletilmeleriyle ilgili bazı hukuki sorunlar hakkında bilgi vermektir. Ders süresince aşağıdaki konular incelenecektir: ticari işletme tanımı, ticaret sicili düzenlemeleri, ticaret unvanı ve işletme adı, ticari davalar, tacir yardımcıları (mümessiller, acenteler, satış temsilcileri, vb), haksız rekabet, marka ve cari hesap sözleşmesi.

HUK306Ticaret Hukuku II (şirketler Hukuku)
Bu dersin amacı ortaklık kavramının unsurları ile her bir şirket tipinde dağılımı hakkında bilgi vermektir. Derste sırasıyla adi şirket, kolektif şirket, komandit şirket, anonim şirket, limited şirket ve sermayesi paylara bölünmüş komandit şirket hakkında detaylı bilgi sunulacaktır. Bu dersin bir başka amacı şirket birleşmeleri ve devralmalarına ilişkin kavramlara değinmektir.

HUK307Medeni Usul Hukuku I
Yerel Mahkemeler ve Yüksek yargı mercilerindeki yargılama usulleri, alternatif uyuşmazlık çözüm yöntemleri, ispat hukukuna ilişkin temel kavramlar ve yargılama hukukunun süjelerinin detaylı biçimde irdelenmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HUK308Medeni Usul Hukuku II
Kesin hüküm kavramı ve olağan/olağanüstü kanun yolu denetimi, geçici hukuki himaye tedbirleri ile tahkim ve ADR müessesesi.

HUK309Ceza Hukuku (özel Hükümler) III
5237 sayılı Türk Ceza Kanunu’nun 76 ila 343’üncü maddeleri arasında düzenlenen bazı suların unsurlarının tanınması ve bu suçlara teşebbüs, iştirak ve içtimasına ilişkin genel kuralların tanınması bu dersin amacıdır.

HUK310Ceza Hukuku (özel Hükümler) IV
Hayata Karşı Suçlar, Vücut Dokunulmazlığına Karşı Suçlar, Cinsel Dokunulmazlığa Karşı Suçlar, Hürriyete Karşı Suçlar, Şerefe Karşı Suçlar Malvarlığına Karşı Suçlar

HUK311Sosyal Güvenlİk Hukuku
Dersin konusu soyal devletin Uluslararası Çalışma Örgütü (ILO) tarafından belirlenen ihtiyarlık, hastalık, iş kazası, analık,işsizlik gibi sekiz riske karşı işçilerin nasıl korunavağını düzenleyen 5510 sayılı yasanın açıklanmasıdır.

HUK312İş Sağliği Ve Güvenlİğİ
-Dersin konusu işyerlerinde işçinin meslek hastalığı ve iş kazalarına karşı korunması ve işçinin sağlığı ve güvenliği için işyerinde alınması gereken önlemleri düzenleyen 6331 sayılı yasanın açıklanmasıdır.

HUK401Devletler Özel Hukuku I
Ders kapsamında Türk Vatandaşlığı Kanunu hükümleri çerçevesinde Türk vatandaşlığının kazanılması ve kaybı sebepleri, sonuçları ile İskan Kanunu ve Milletlerarası Sözleşmeler çerçevesinde vatandaşlığın kazanılması yolları ele alınacaktır. Yabancılar hukuku çerçevesinde ise, yabancı kavramı, yabancılara haklar tanınmasında benimsenen sistemler, yabancıların siyasi hakları, ülkeye giriş, ikamet ve seyahat, çalışma, taşınmaz mal ve miras hakları ile yabancı sermaye konuları ele alınacaktır.

HUK402Devletler Özel Hukuku II
Ders kapsamında öncelikle yabancı unsur içeren uyuşmazlıklarda uygulanacak hukuk meselesi ele alınacaktır. Bu bağlamda, hukuki işlemlerin sekline, zamanaşımına, ehliyete, nişanlanma, evlilik, boşanma, evlilik malları, miras, evlat edinme, sözleşmelere, haksız fiil ve sebepsiz zenginleşmeden doğan uyuşmazlıklara uygulanacak hukuk sorunu Milletlerarası Özel Hukuk ve Usul Hukuku Hakkında Kanun (MOHUK) hükümleri ve konuya ilişkin milletlerarası sözleşmeler çerçevesinde ele alınacaktır.

HUK403Ticaret Hukuku III (sigorta Hukuku)
Bu derste Türk Ticaret Kanunun beşinci kitabında yer alan Sigorta (sözleşmeleri) Hukuku hakkında bilgi verilmesi amaçlanmaktadır. Sigorta sözleşmelerinin genel özellikleri ve bunlara dair temel ilkeler incelenecektir. Bu çerçevede sigorta sözleşmelerinin taraflarına ait hak ve borçlar, sigorta sözleşmelerinin türleri ve bunlara ilişkin ticari hükümler ile sigortacının halefiyeti açıklanacak ve değerlendirilecektir. Bu ders yoğun borçlar hukuku bilgisi gerektirdiğinden, icap ve kabul gibi bazı temel borçlar hukuku kavramları kısaca tekrarlanacaktır.

HUK404Tİcaret Hukuku IV (denİz Tİcaretİ Hukuku)
Bu derste Deniz Ticaret Hukukuna dair temel kavram ve konular hakkındaki ticari hükümlerin açıklanması amaçlanmaktadır. Zira Deniz Ticaret Hukuku uluslararası ticarette gittikçe artan bir öneme sahiptir. Bu çerçevede, deniz ticaret hukukunun anahtar kavramı olan gemi kavramının her açıdan incelenmesinden sonra, tescili ve üzerinde tesisi mümkün ayni haklar, donatma iştiraki, gemi adamları, deniz ticareti sözleşmeleri (charter, navlun, vb.), taşıyanın sorumluluğu ve sorumluluğunun sınırları, deniz kazaları dersin alakalı olduğu diğer konulardır.

HUK405İcra Ve İflas Hukuku I
İcra hukukunun temel bazı kavramlarını tanımlar. Cebri icra çeşitlerini irdeler. Genel haciz yolunda takip talebini açıklar. Genel haciz yolunda ödeme emrinin temel özelliklerini açıklar. Genel haciz yolunda takibe karşı koyma imkânlarını açıklar. Haczin konusunu açıklar. Satış talebi ile taşınır ve taşınmaz malların satışını açıklar. İhalenin feshi sebeplerini sıralar. Borç ödemeden aciz vesikasını açıklar.

HUK406İcra Ve İflas Hukuku II
1. Kambiyo senetlerine özgü haciz yoluyla takibi açıklar. 2. Kiralanan taşınmazların tahliyesini irdeler. 3. İlâmlı icrayı ve bu takip yolunun özelliklerini tartışır. 4. Rehnin paraya çevrilmesi yoluyla takibi açıklar. 5. İhtiyatî haciz kurumunu betimler. 6. İflas hukukunu açıklayabilecektir. 7. Konkordato hukukunu açıklayabilecektir. 8. Sermaye şirketleri ve kooperatiflerin uzlaşma yoluyla yeniden yapılandırılmasını değerlendirebilecektir 9. İptal davalarını değerlendirebilecektir.

HUK407İş Hukuku I (bireysel İş Hukuku)
İş hukuku dersi iki dönemde ayrı ayrı okutulmakla birlikte içerik olarak bireysel iş hukuku, toplu iş hukuku, sendikalar hukuku ve sosyal güvenlik hukukunu kapsamaktadır. Bu ilk dersin ana konusunu bireysel iş hukuku oluşturur. Bu kapsamda geniş kapsamda, iş hukukunun kaynakları, uygulanacağı işler, kişiler ve yerler, iş sözleşmesi, iş sözleşmesine taraf olanların borçları, iş sözleşmesinin sona ermesi ve sona ermenin sonuçları, işin düzenlenmesi, iş sağlığı ve işçi güvenliği ve iş yargısı incelenmektedir. Bunun yanı sıra uluslararası alanda ön planda olan atipik sözleşmeler ile esneklik ve güvenceli esneklik konuları içeriğe işlenmektedir.

HUK408İş Hukuku II (toplu İş Hukuku)
Bu dersin konusu, ana hatları ile toplu iş hukuku ve sosyal güvenlik hukuku kavram, kural ve kurumlarıdır. Toplu iş hukuku ile ilgili olarak; örgütlenme hakkı, sendika kavramı, sendikaların dünyada ve ülkemizde tarihsel gelişimi, toplu iş hukukunun uluslararası ve ulusal kaynakları, sendika hak ve özgürlüğü, kavram ve hukuki güvenceleri, işçi, işveren ve kamu sendikaları kuruluş, örgütlenme ve işleyiş kuralları, toplu pazarlık, toplu iş ilişkisi ve uyuşmazlığı kavramları, kural ve süreçleri, grev ve lokavt kavramları ile yasal prosedür ve kuralları, toplu iş sözleşmesi, hukuki niteliği ve uygulanması, yorum davaları işlenecektir. Sosyal güvenlik hukuku ile ilgili olarak sosyal güvenlik hakkı, kapsamı, sosyal güvenlik ilke,kural ve organizasyonu, sosyal sigorta kavramı ve çeşitleri, dünyada ve Türkiye’de tarihsel gelişimi ve yürürlükteki yasal düzenlemeler, ana esasları ile ele alınacaktır

HUK409Ceza Usul Hukuku I
Ceza Usul Hukuku I dersinde, devlet organlarının ceza kanununun ihlal edilip edilmediğini, ihlal edene ne tür bir ceza verileceğini belirlemeye yönelik faaliyetlerinin türünü, biçimini ve zamanını düzenleyen normları incelemektedir. Bu çerçevede CMK'nın hükümleri esas alınarak, ceza usul hukukunun kaynakları, bu hukuk dalına ait normların zaman, yer ve kişi yönünden uygulanabilirliği, muhakeme görevi ve makamları, ceza muhakemesi şartları, madde ve yer yönünden yetki kuralları ve uyuşmazlıklar arasında bağlantı ayrıntılı olarak ele alınmaktadır. Ayrıca ceza muhakemesi hukukunda uygulanan önleme ve koruma tedbirleri de dersin içeriğine dahildir.

HUK410Ceza Usul Hukuku II
CMK hükümleri ve ilgili düzenlemeler kapsamında ceza hukukumuzun nasıl uygulanacağı hususunu düzenleyen hukuk disiplinidir.

HUK411İdari Yargılama Hukuku
İdari yargının önemini, idari yargılama usulüne ilişkin temel ilkeleri ve kuralları uygulamadan örnekler göstererek öğretmek

HUK412Miras Hukuku
Bu dersin temel amacı, mirasbırakanın terekesinin akıbeti hakkında bilgiler vermektir. Miras hukukunun temel kavramları ve ilkeleri; yasal ve atanmış mirasçılık; ölüme bağlı tasarrufların türleri ile mirasbırakanın terekesi üzerinde tasarrufta bulunabilme yetkisi ve bunun sınırları; mirasın geçmesi ve paylaştırılması konularında bilgiler verilmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

HUK414Adlİ Tip
Adli tıp ile ilgili temel kavramlar, yasal düzenlemeler, adli tıp uygulamalarında sık karşılaşılan (ölüm ve adli otopsi, fiziksel ya da ruhsal travmalar, cinsel şiddet, aile içi şiddet, çocuk istismarı, insan hakları ihlalleri v.b.) konularda genel bakış açısı, adli tıbbi değerlendirmeler konusundan haberdarlık ve mesleki uygulamalarda bu değerlendirmeleri yorumlayabilecek düzeyde bilgi ve tutum kazandırmak.

HUK420Kıymetli Evrak Hukuku
Kıymetli evrak Türk Ticaret Kanunu' nun üçüncü kitabında düzenlenmiştir. Kıymetli evrak ticari muamelelerde yaygın olarak kullanılmaktadır. Bu derste, kıymetli evrak kavramı ve özellikleri, değişik kıymetli evrak tiplerine göre sınıflandırılması incelenecektir. Genel anlamda kıymetli evrak esas alınmak suretiyle kıymetli evrakın zayi ve geçersizliği üzerinde durulacaktır. Takiben paraymışçasına dolaşımı kabil poliçe, bono ve çek gibi kambiyo senetleri ayrıntılarıyla işlenecektir. Bu çerçevede, kıymetli evrakın türlerine göre ayırıcı ve esas özellikleri, kıymetli evrakın doğası ve yapısı, keşidecinin sorumluluğu, temlik yöntemleri (ciro vb.), ödeme ve ödememenin sonuçları hakkında bilgi sunulacaktır.

IÇM102Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosuna Giris
Iç mimarlik ve tasarimin temel kavramlari, felsefesi ve teorisini içeren Iç Mimari Tasarim Stüdyosuna Giris dersi, tasarim pratigine temel olusturmayi amaçlar. Ders, ögrencilere, tasarimin görsel ve fiziksel dilini olusturan temel elemanlar ve ilkelerden yola çikarak, tasarim sürecinde bu ilkelerin nasil kullanilacagini belirleyen kavramsal süreçleri tanitir. Ögrencilerin, estetik ve islevselligi temel alan yaratici tasarim çözümleriyle bu ilkeleri projelerinde uygulamayi ögrenmeleri hedeflenmektedir (Önkosul: IÇM101).

IÇM131Iç Mekan Tasarimi Ilkeleri
Bu dersin amaci, ögrencileri iç mekan tasariminin temel ilkeleri ile tanistirmaktir. Bu dogrultuda, oran, doku, denge, ritim, bütünlük, uyum, gibi temel tasarim ilkelerinin iç mekan tasarimlarinda nasil uygulandigi islenecektir. Ders kapsaminda, ögrencilerin, eskiz, kolaj, maket gibi çesitli 2 ve 3 boyutlu ifade yöntemlerini kullanarak tasarimlarini uygulamaya geçirmeleri ve düsüncelerini dogru bir biçimde aktarmayi ögrenmeleri hedeflenmektedir.

IÇM132Renk Teorisi Ve Uygulamalari
Renk Teorisi ve Uygulamalari dersi, sanatçilar, moda tasarimcilari ve iç mimarlar için önemli bir araç olan renk hakkinda teorik bilgi ve tasarimda renk kullanimi uygulamalarini içerir. Ders, renk kombinasyon bilgisi, renklerin iç mekan tasariminda kullanimi, ve insanlar üzerindeki görsel ve psikolojik etkileri üzerine odaklanmaktadir. Ögrencilerin, bu alandaki arastirma ve teorik bilgilerini, bireysel sinif çalismalari araciligiyla uygulamaya geçirmeleri hedeflenmektedir.

IÇM201Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosu I
Iç Mimari Tasarim Stüdyosu I, insanlar için barinma alanlari konusu çerçevesinde, ögrencilere 2 ve 3 boyutlu tasarim süreçlerinin kavramsallastirilmalari ve uygulamalarina yönelik olarakteorik ve teknik düsünme altyapisini sunar. Ögrenciler, verilen proje konusunu mekansal kurgu içinde düsünerek, analiz, kavramsal düsünme ve alternatif fikirler gelistirme becerilerini gelistireceklerdir. Bu stüdyoda, yaratici bilgiler tasarim sürecinin kritik yansimasiyla ve mesleki uygulamayla pekistirilecektir. (Önkosul: IÇM102 ve MIM111).

IÇM202Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosu II
Iç Mimari Tasarim Stüdyosu II ögrencilere küçük ölçekli, fonksiyonel iç mekanlari teknik, düsünce ve elestirel teorik uygulama ile çözümleme firsati saglamaktadir. Bu stüdyo, yasam kalitesini olumlu etkileyecek, fonksiyonel ve iç mekanlara duyarli yenilikçi tasarim çalismalarini içermektedir. Ögrenciler ayrica yaraticiliklarini ve teknik kapasitelerini gelistirmeleri için tesvik edilirler. Ögrenciler gelismis ürün, malzeme, hizmet alanlari gibi ögeleri arastirmaya devam ederek, önceki derslerde tanitilan teorik çalismalarini gelistireceklerdir. (Önkosul: IÇM201)

IÇM212Dijital Tasarim Ve Sunum II
Bu ders, profesyonel mimari modelleme yazilimlarinin ögrenimini hedefler. Ders projeleri tasarlamak ve sunmak için iç mimarlar tarafindan kullanilan baslica üç boyutlu modelleme tekniklerini içerir. AutoCad, 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, Grasshopper ve VRay gibi programlarla ögrencileri tanistirmayi amaçlar. (Önkosul: MIM211).

IÇM221Iç Mekan Tasariminda Detaylandirma
Iç Mekan Tasariminda Detaylandirma dersi, iç mimari projelerinin uygulanmasi sürecinde malzeme ve ürün kullanimini içermektedir. Ögrenciler bu derste çalisma tekniklerine, tasarimcinin yakalasimina, malzeme ve kullanim tekniklerine, sürdürülebilir detaylara odaklanirken bununla birlikte malzemeyi tanima ve kullanma ile tasarimci ve insaa eden kisi arasinda iletisim kurmayi ögrenmektedir. Ders ögrencilerin detaylari uygun sekilde çözmelerine ve ayrica kendi kisisel estetik yaklasimlarini da ifade etmelerine izin vermektedir. (Önkosul: MIM112).

IÇM241Çagdas Iç Mimarlik
Çagdas Iç Mimarlik dersi, iç mimarlik ve tasarim alaninda etkili olan çesitli tarihi olaylara elestirel ve analitik bir yaklasim sunmayi hedeflemektedir. Ders çesitli stiller ve bunlarin arkasindaki temel felsefeyi anlayacak ve yorumlayacak araç ve yöntemlere odaklanir. Bu çerçevede, ders kapsaminda, endüstri devriminden günümüze iç mekan tasariminda gerçeklesen degisimler, toplumsal, ekonomik, politik olaylar, sanat akimlari, bilimsel ve teknolojik gelismelerle etkilesimleri baglaminda ele alinir. (Önkosul: MIM142).

IÇM252Çevresel Kontrol Sistemleri
Bu ders, yapili çevrenin insanlar ve doga üzerindeki etilerini tartismaktadir. Dersin temel konusu mekansal tasarimcinin dogal kaynaklari kullanarak, en yüksek konfor düzeyini elde edebilecek, çevreye verilen zarari minimum düsürecek ve enerji tüketimini en az seviyeye düsürecek sekilde binalar, yapili çevreler ve iç mekanlar tasarlamanin yöntemlerini içerir.

IÇM300Staj I
Kampüs disi çalisma ve ögrenme pratigi olan staj iç mimarlik egitiminin önemli bir kismini olusturmaktadir. Birinci stajda iç mimarlik ögrencileri santiye deneyimi kazanmak ve iç mimarlik santiyesinin isleyisi konusunda bilgi edinmek için en az 26 gün santiyede stajyer olarak bulunmalidirlar (Önkosul birinci sinif derslerini tamamlamak).

IÇM301Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosu III
Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosu III, ögrencilere, karmasik tasarim problemlerinin çözümüne yönelik olarak günümüz iç mimarisini ve tasarim problemlerini daha derin bir bakis açisi ile analiz etmeyi ögretmektedir. Bu kapsamda, dersin odak noktasi, sosyal ve davranis bilimlerinin arastirma yöntemlerini kullanma ve bu arastirmalardan çikan sonuçlari mimari ve iç mimari tasarim sorunlarinin çözümünde uygulayabilme becerisini kazandirmaktir. (Önkosul: IÇM202).

IÇM302Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosu IV
Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosu IV ögrencilere karmasik iç mekan çözümlemelerinde kritik uygulamalari gelistirme ve uygulama firsati sunan ileri düzeyde bir stüdyodur. Stüdyo, büyük ölçekli bir yapinin mevcut iç mekanlarinin restorasyonu konusuna odaklanir. Ögrencilerden, proje yönetimi ve uygulamalari konusunda profesyonel bir yaklasim sergilemeleri; tasarim probleminin çözümüne yönelik olarak yenilikçi sonuçlar üretcek nitelikte yaratici çalismalar gelistirmeleri ve bina standartlari ve yönetmeliklerini dikkate alarak tasarim çözümleri sunmalari beklenmektedir. (Önkosul: IÇM301).

IÇM361Tasarimda Insan Faktörü
Bu dersin amaci, ögrencilere insan ihtiyaçlari, becerileri ve davranislari ile yapili çevre arasindaki karsilikli iliskiyi tanitmaktir. Çevre ve insan iliskileri, insanlarin mekanlari algilama, deneyimleme ve mekanlar içinde yasama biçimleri dersin temel konularidir. Ögrenciler, çevre-davranis bilimlerinin arastirma yöntemlerini kullanmayi ve tasarimlarini bu arastirmalardan çikan sonuçlar dogrultusunda gelistirmeyi ögrenirler. Dersin odak noktasini, daha insacil ve kapsayici çevreler tasarlamanin yollari olusturur.

IÇM372Koruma Ve Restorasyon
Dersin amaci, ögrencilere, tarihi çevre duyarliligi ve bilinci vererek, Restorasyon ve Koruma alani kuram ve yöntemleri konusunda ögrencileri bilinçlendirmektir. Rölöve becerilerinin gelismesi ve ögrencilerin mevcut bir tarihi binayi ele alarak çizimlerini detayli bir sekilde yapmalari ve tarihi binalarin karsilastiklari sorunlari bilmeleri ve bu sorunlara çözüm önerileri gelistirmeleri bu ders çerçevesinde hedeflenmektedir.

IÇM400Staj II
Iç Mimarlik lisans programinda ikinci ve son staj olarak ders programina konulan bu ders, iç mimarlik ögrencilerinin iç mimarlik ofisi deneyimlerini güçelndirmek amaci tasimaktadir. 26 gün boyunca bir iç mimarlik ofisinde iç mimari tasarim projelerini tasarlayan takimin bir parçasi olarak çalismalari ve özellikle imar yasalari ve belediye kurallari, ofis isleyisi ve proje yönetimi gibi alanlarda bilgi ve becerilerini gelistirmeleri beklenmektedir.

IÇM401Iç Mimarlik Tasarim Stüdyosu V
Bu tasarim stüdyosu, ögrencilerin, uygulama ve üretime yönelik arastirmalarla, teori ve uygulama arasindaki baglantiyi kesfetmelerini saglamayi hedeflemektedir. Ögrencilerin, bu stüdyoda, iç mimarlik ve tasarim disiplini çerçevesinde, kendi seçecekleri belirli bir tipoloji hakkinda teorik bir zeminden yola çikarak uygulama önerileri gelistirmeleri beklenmektedir. Bu stüdyo ayni zamanda, ögrencilerin mevcut tasarim ve iletisim becerilerini daha üst düzeye tasimayi ve kalitatif arastirma yöntemleri ile mezuniyet projelerinin altyapisini olusturmalarini hedefler. (Önkosul: IÇM302)

IÇM402Mezuniyet Projesi
Mezuniyet projesi, ögrencilerin egitim süreçleri boyunca edindikleri tüm birikimlerini ve tasarim becerilerini yansitabilecekleri genis kapsamli bir projedir. Bu ders kapsaminda, ögrencilerin kompleks kriterler içeren bir tasarim problemine çok yönlü ve profesyonel anlamda çözümler üretmeleri beklenmektedir. Bu çerçevede, mezuniyet projes, ögrencilere kisisel bakis açilarini ve estetik yaklasimlarini, hem tasarim hem de teknik anlamda yenilikçi fikirlerle ortaya koyabilecekleri bir tasarim ortami sunmayi hedefler. (Önkosul IÇM403, IÇM401)

IÇM403Mezuniyet Arastirmasi
Mezuniyet projesinde iç mimarlik lisans ögrencilerinin kendi seçtikleri bir konuda, yeterli arastirma yaparak, toplumsal sorunlari tespit edip, o sorunlara yönelik çözüm önerileri gelistirmeleri beklenmektedir. Bunun için de mezuniyet projesi dersinin ön kosulu olarak tasarlanan mezuniyet arastimasi dersinde, arastirma yöntemleriyle tanisip, bu yöntemleri kullanarak projeleriyle ilgili arastirmalari tamamlayip, bununla ilgili çözüm önerilerini kavramsal boyutta gelistirmeleri beklenmektedir. (Önkosul: IÇM302).

IÇM412Portfolyo Ve Sunum
Ögrenciler Portfolyo ve Sunum dersinde kendi portfolyo ve özgeçmislerini olusturma konusunda bilgi ve becerilerini gelistirecekler. Dönem sonunda ögrencilerden dört senelik egitimleri boyunca yaptiklari projeleri sunacak bir portfolyo hazirlamalari beklenmektedir. (Önkosul: IÇM401).

İÇM412Portfolyo Ve Sunum
Öğrenciler Portfolyo ve Sunum dersinde kendi portfolio ve özgeçmişlerini oluşturma konusunda bilgi ve becerilerini geliştirecekler. Dönem sonunda öğrencilerden dört senelik eğitimleri boyunca yaptıkları projeleri sunacak bir portfolio hazırlamaları beklenmektedir. (Önkoşul: MİM401).

IÇM481Proje Yönetimi
Proje Yönetimi dersi, bir projenin kontrolü ve yönetimi konularini içermektedir. Projenin fiziki ve insani kaynaklarinin dogru hesaplanmasi ve kontrol edilmesini esas alan bu ders, ögrencilerin yöneticilik becerilerinin gelistirilmesini hedeflemektedir.

IÇM482Mesleki Uygulama
Mesleki Uygulama dersi, mesleki kurallar ve yönetmelikleri ve bunlarin profesyonel uygulamalarda kullanimlarini içermektedir. Bu çerçevede ögrenciler, mesleki uygulamalariyla ilgili yasa, yönetmelik ve kurallari teknik ve hukuki boyutlariyla analiz etmekte, bununla beraber, uygulama projesi çizimi ve projeyle ilgili dosya hazirlama konularinda deneyim kazanmaktadirlar.

IE303Fundamentals of Work Study
Designing workstations and plants by using methods study charting techniques such as operation process chart, flow diagram, flow process chart etc. Measurement of standard times for each operation by applying work measurement techniques such as stopwatch time-study, predetermined times systems, work sampling, standard data.

IE307Operations Research I
Optimisation techniques for modeling and solving real-world problems. Definition of different kind of models, the methodology used to develop a model. Linear programming, duality, transportation techniques, assignment methods, sensitivity analysis, 0-1 integer programming, game theory.

IE308Operations Research II
Queuing theory which is used to determine the optimum number of service stations, dynamic programming, project planning methods such as CPM, PERT, introduction to simulation, non-linear programming, computer applications of operations research techniques. (Prerequisite: IE307)

IE311Engineering Statistics
Descriptive and inferential statistics, organising data, calculating mean, standard deviation, mode, median and range. The normal distribution, the standard normal distributions, central limit theorem, the normal approximation to binomial distribution hypothesis test, t-test, goodness of fit, regression and correlation. (Prerequisite:MT207)

IE312Production Systems
Introduction to Integrated Manufacturing Production System (IMPS), The ten steps to IMPS. Manufacturing Systems, New and Old. The Design of Manned Manufacturing and Assembly Cells. The Rapid Exchange of Tooling and Dies. Integrated Quality Control. Integrated Production and Inventory Control.

IE314Manufacturing Systems
Technology Introduction to mfg. attributes of mfg. products; metal casting; bulk deformation and sheet metal working processes; Machining and Joining processes; mfg. of semiconductor devices; mfg. systems; competitive aspects of mfg. processes; Computer Integrated mfg.; Numerical Control and Robotics; Reliability and Quality Control; Flexible mfg. Systems.

IE401Industrial Engineering Project
Each student will select a project about one specific subject of industrial engineering and prepare a scientific project. Subjects will be chosen by consulting with an advisor. If it is possible students may be required to write a program for their project and apply it to a real system chosen from either service or manufacturing sector.

IE402Graduation Project
Each student will study for a specific area of industrial engineering and prepare a report. The student will analyse the results and make deductions and offer solutions for implementation of industrial engineering techniques in companies.

IE405Production Planning and Control
Sales forecasting techniques,inventory models, material requirements planning, master production plans, bills of materials, economic production quantity, just-in-time production systems, job loading and scheduling.

IE407Quality Planning and Control
Introduction to quality control, statistical process control, sampling techniques, mean and R charts, determining sample sizes, mean and standard deviation charts, run tests, quality control circles, total quality management. (Prerequisite: IE311 )

IE410System Simulation
Definition of simulation, difference between simulation and other optimisation techniques, parameters and constants used in simulation, simulation methodology, simulation techniques, probability distributions commonly used in simulation and some applications by using computerised simulation packages.

IE412Production Information Systems Management
The role of knowledge based technologies and computer systems in production information systems. Strategic role of information systems in management of organisations, Major types of information systems,Analysis and design of information systems.

IE416Investment Analysis
Introduction to investment analysis, items that must be included and analysed while preparing feasibility reports by using engineering economy principles, analysing product life-cycle and finding break-even point for a specific investment project and applying for incentive certificate.

IE417Ergonomics
Definition of ergonomics and its importance in human-machine systems, designing the best combination of human-machine systems, human antropometry, learning curve, environmental conditions in a plant, calculation of rest times.

IE418Project Management
Definition of project, project management basics, management process, phases of a project, procurement, project planning and scheduling, critical path and critical activities, project control, PERT approach, time/cost trade-off, project organisation, controlling, risk management, examining the project.

IE440Human Resource Management
Human capital concept; people, productivity and the quality of working life; evaluation of human resource management; analysing and designing jobs; determining human resource requirement; recruiting; screening and selecting employees; staffing; orienting and training employees; identifying and developing management talent; appraising employee performance; managing careers; compensation management; assessing the costs and benefits of personnel activities; international dimensions of human resource management. human resource information system

IE445Supply Chain Management
Fundamentals of supply chain management and enterprise resources planning (ERP); aggregate production planning: static, dynamic, non-linear and lot-sizing models; operations scheduling: flow-shops and job- shops; materials management and materials requirement planning (MRP); capacity resources planning (CRP); distribution system management; implementation of manufacturing management strategies.

IE447An Industrial Approach to Alternative Energy Sources
An industrial survey of renewable energy sources. The urgent need of substituting conventional energy resources with renewable energy sources and systems. Recent developments and current global situation both industrially and technologically. Looking to the future in a changing world. Physical and mathematical approaches. Economical and environmental aspects.

IE456Industrial Safety and Technological Applications
Industrial safety in technological applications. An industrial survey of renewable energy sources. The urgent need of substituting conventional energy resources with renewable energy sources and systems. Recent developments and current global situation both industrially and technologically. Looking to the future in a changing world. Physical and mathematical approaches. Economical and environmental aspects.

IE460Quality Control Systems
Basic definition of quality assurance. The role of the Quality Assurance Manager and the relationship between ISO 9000 and Total Quality Management. Planning and performing audits on activities, Human relations in auditing, Principles of auditing, audit management, Conducting audits, Reporting audits, Quality system surveillance, A draft model and workbook to prepare your quality policy manual, A draft model and workbook to prepare your required operating procedures.

IE470Management for Engineers
The course is designed to introduce the managerial functions related to planning, organising, staffing, leading and controlling engineering organizations. The topics to be covered include techniques of management, the matrix system of management, motivation, appraisal systems and participative management.

IE474Engineering Ethics
This course is designed to stimulate the moral imagination of students. It helps students to recognize ethical issues and think ethically about the possible outcomes of making decisions. It also helps developing analytical skills on how to analyse an ethical situation and use neutral techniques to make an ethically optimal decision.

IE488Nanotechnology
Introduction to the underlying principles and applications of the emerging field of nanotechnology and nanoscience. Intended for a multidisciplinary audience with a variety of backgrounds. Introduces tools and principles relevant at the nanoscale dimension. Discusses current and future nanotechnology applications in engineering, materials, physics, chemistry, biology, electronics and energy.

INT102Introduction to Interior Design Studio
This course introduces students to the basic concepts, to the philosophy and theory of interior design, establishing a foundation for the design practice. Throughout the course, students will become familiar with the process of design, the language of design, and the various presentation techniques and design methodologies employed by architects and interior designers. This will be achieved by several projects and class activities, discovering outstanding architectural and interior design projects from around the world. This course develops a personal understanding of interior design by integrating the extracurricular interests of the students into the design process. (Prerequisite: ARC101).

INT131Principles of Interior Design
The course applies the vocabulary gleaned from the basic principles of design; scale, mass, texture, balance, rhythm, to the design of an interior space. The result is applied to the understanding of a meaningful example of interior space. The selected topic is then explored in the class through model making, sketching, collage and color drafting exercises.

INT201Interior Design Studio I
In the first design studio students combine their knowledge, skills and interior design understanding in order to develop a small-scale residential project. This project focuses on the application of basic design elements and principles, understanding human anthropometrics and human needs in space, comprehending functional/spatial requirements and developing and applying conceptual design ideas in three dimensional spaces. (Prerequisite: INT102 and ARC112).

INT202Interior Design Studio II
The second design studio develops a deeper understanding of accessibility and functional qualities, structural systems and the proper choice of furniture and materials within a small-scale and multi-functional working environments. The project is achieved through programming, space planning, and complying with codes and regulations, applying the conceptual ideas related to working environments. (Prerequisite: INT201).

INT221Interior Detailing
In this course students are asked to focus on detail design and representation. They are therefore considering different designer's approaches, materials and techniques, and the sustainability issues, understanding the importance of the communication between the designer and constructor, describing of the materials and the way they can be used as design elements. The course allows each student to solve the problems with appropriate solutions expressing his/her personal aesthetic approach. (Prerequisite: ARC112).

INT241Contemporary Interior Design
The aim of the course is to give the students the instruments and methodology to understand and recognize interior design styles with their philosophy. The course analyses the history of these different fields as a whole, from the industrial revolution to the present time, by studying the influence of society, art, economy, political events and scientific and technological discoveries. (Prerequisite: PA142).

INT252Environmental Control Systems
This course aims at introducing students with understanding and knowledge of impacts of built environments on people and natural environment. The course focuses on the role of spatial designer in designing buildings, building environments and interior spaces that benefit from natural resources, provide maximum comfort levels, limit environmental damage and energy consumption. The topics covered in the course are climate and climate change; bio-climatic design; comfort levels of buildings; use of natural resources and passive and active systems in heating, cooling and lighting, and water and waste management in buildings.

INT300Internship I
Off campus study gives an opportunity to students to demonstrate the interrelationship between theoretical principles of interior design as a profession and their application in practice. The goal of the first internship is to provide effective professional preparation for students through field experience. The cooperative relationship between the business and academic learning should be enhanced. The student intern is responsible to keep a journal/diary of their daily experience. The internship is usually scheduled in summer for duration of twenty four (24) working days. The purpose of this assignment is to initiate the student into an awareness of professional firms and to provide an overview of on-site learning. (>1st year)

INT301Interior Design Studio III
In the third design studio, students work on a small-scale hospitality project. In addition to solving problems of a more complex program, larger square meters and larger number of users compared to previous projects, students will also consider the issues of sustainability and universal design. At this level, they are expected to provide evidence-based solutions related to project topic; develop creative design solutions and use communication media effectively. (Prerequisite: INT202).

INT302Interior Design Studio IV
The fourth design studio is an advanced studio course in which students will be working on a large scale educational facility. They will be working on a multipurpose area which includes several levels of circulation patterns, different facility areas and furnishing and material requirements. This project focuses on proper site analysis, different client/user needs, project budgeting, and application of conceptual design ideas properly. (Prerequisite: INT301).

INT353Interior Landscape Design
This course gives students a general knowledge about the soft and hard landscape elements in micro scale; and the skills to carry out interior landscape planning and design in relation to larger scale and exterior space. (>1st year)

INT361Human Factors in Design
This course aims at introducing students with knowledge and skills of designing barrier free environments that respond to various human needs, especially people with challenges. The course focuses on human anthropometrics, ergonomics of space, universal design and accessibility issues. The course further develops on generating design concepts that dismantle physical and cognitive barriers to mobility, orientation, hypersensitivity and multiple challenges in buildings and open spaces. (>1st year)

INT372Principles of Restoration & Conservation
The goal of the course is to give students an understanding of the importance of Restoration and Conservation in the field of historic environment sensitivity and consciousness. Students should become familiar with of the Historic heritage and related bodies, and the architectural tools required to work with a historically valuable building. In addition, this course provides a practical guide to measured surveys of historic buildings with special emphasis on recording the fabric of historic areas and producing accurate scaled drawings of selected buildings. (>1st year)

INT400Internship II
The summer training program is designed to expose students to a collaborative, professional office environment and a team of experienced design professionals. The goal of the second Internship is to provide effective professional preparation for students through office experience. The cooperative relationship between the business and academic learning should be enhanced. Students will be exposed to both the creative and business environment. Assignments will vary and include project research, site visits, sketching, computer production, design reviews, and assisting on marketing proposals. The student intern is responsible to keep a journal/diary of their daily experience. The internship is usually scheduled in summer for duration of twenty four (24) working days. The purpose of this assignment is to initiate the student into an awareness of professional firms and to provide an overview of office culture. (>2nd year)

INT401Interior Design Studio V
In the fifth design studio, senior students will demonstrate an advanced level of knowledge, skills and creativity through the design of a large scale cultural/sports facility. At this level they are expected to conduct a comprehensive research about project topic and issues covered; generate flexible design ideas, and present development process and final outcomes of the project through various communication media, including hand and digital drawings. (Prerequisite: INT302).

INT402Graduation Project
The final studio course of interior design program aims at developing the personal design view of each student through independent study. It is also aimed at developing concepts related to socio-cultural, economic and environmental needs of the society through spatial design. Therefore, the project topic will be proposed by the students, through a research project which they will have conducted in previous semester in Graduate Research & Preparation Course. Students are expected to develop evidence based creative design solutions demonstrating their knowledge and skills that they have learned during their interior design education. The basic issues that need to be considered during the project are accessibility, sustainability, cultural diversity, health and safety, durability and innovation. An essential part of the studio is the project thesis, which should include an advanced research about the above mentioned issues as well as visual and verbal explanation of development process of the project. Presentation techniques used to express design ideas and overall communication skills are also significant aspects of the senior level project. (Prerequisite: INT401 and INT403).

INT403Graduation Research and Preparation
This course deals with the development of an individual general study and research by the student on a specific topic of her/his own choice/interests which goes to the primitive draft and initial issues about the final project. The research encompasses the following stages: subject definition, data gathering and classification, information interpretation relevant case/sample studies, programming and planning (denoting to activities), spatial perceiving, and technical information, site/field analysis and environmental fitting which shall be presented as a research report. (Prerequisite: INT302).

INT413Model Making
Student will have the opportunity to work on individual projects, using simple eco friendly materials and methods which do not require a workshop environment. The course will include an introduction to historical and contemporary context and key concepts on architectural model making. Students will develop basic skills to produce models and understand the importance of experiments and practices. (>1st year)

INT414Advanced Digital Modeling in Design
This course provides students with practical hands-on experience in using professional architectural modeling software (e.g., 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, etc.). The course introduces advanced methods in 3-D modeling and architectural representation. The course covers the process of creating, manipulating, and communicating through digital architectural models. Students will learn to create algorithms using Grasshopper and Python in Rhinoceros 3D, while exploring parametric modeling, performance simulation, data visualization, and workflow automation.(>1st year)

INT455Environmental Aesthetics
This course deals with basic concepts of environmental aesthetics. This course explores the aesthetic experiences of the built environment from a philosophical perspective and includes detailed discussion on such topics as how is aesthetic appreciation of nature similar to and different from appreciation of art objects?; what criteria may be used to evaluate beauty in nature and in the built environment?; how is our aesthetic engagement with the environment related to our embodiment, and how do the non-visual senses contribute to aesthetic appreciation? (>1st year)

INT481Project Management
Project Management course is designed to build and expand the foundation of knowledge needed by successful managers by examining the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and by providing practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources. Topics include project life cycle, work breakdown structure and Gantt charts, network diagrams, scheduling techniques, and resource allocation decisions. (>2nd year)

INT482Professional Practice
This course provides students the knowledge of the social, political, economic and legal aspects of interior design practice. This course includes topics on professional laws and regulations such as contracts, bonds and insurances, professional partnerships, human relations in the profession and occupational health and safety issues. (>2nd year)

INT484Business and Marketing
In this course students shall study various major theories, methodologies and skills for understanding the real meaning of main issues about the business and marketing. They will get involved with the real world and real situations in micro scale through the actual/virtual networks to learn about the macro scale business and marketing events. It starts with the basic information about the monetary systems up to "WTCA" and other national and international economic institutions; and will continue with the social and economic policies such as: "WIN,WIN,WIN" policy. (>1st year)

IRE102Introduction to International Relations
This course introduces students to the structures and processes of international politics and surveys the major global issues of our time - nations, categories, and principles of international relations. The course focuses on the functions of the modern nation-state system and the patterns of conflict and co-operation in contemporary international relations. The purpose of the course is to provide students with a basic understanding of how the international political system works and help them develop their own perspective on global issues.

IRE201Comparative Politics I
Issues and concepts in comparative politics, political socialisation and culture; political recruitment and structure are reviewed. Interest groups and interest articulation as well as political parties, government and policy making are considered. The course also focuses on the politics, cultures, and political systems of the major European countries.

IRE204Comparative Politics II
This course deals with the history, culture administrative and political structure of various countries. The aim of this program is to enable the students to use the concepts of comparative politics in order to analyse the concrete political backgrounds of countries of different economic and political settings. Case studies such as England, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, China and America

IRE206Third World Politics
This course examines important features of politics; economics, society and culture in developing nations and focuses on common problems associated with political modernisation, economic development and social change in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Through comparative analysis, the course also attempts to develop generalisations about key problems and prospects in various regions of the developing world.

IRE208International Relations Theory
This course provides an analysis of the three important theoretical debates of international relations: Idealism / Realism, Traditionalism / Behaviourism and Realism/Neo-realism. The course also addresses the central assumptions and key concepts of various theories in international relations, with emphasis on concepts propositions and, the current critique.

IRE301International Organisations
This course focuses on the role played by international organisations in world politics. Most attention is given to international governmental organisations, such as the United Nations, the European Union, and other regional organisations. Non-governmental organisations from multinational corporations to the International Red Cross are discussed as well. The course investigates the extent to which all these organisations contribute to the development of a peaceful and just community of nations.

IRE302History & Politics of the Balkans
The course mainly concentrates on the effects of World War II on the politics and economics of the Balkans. The course also focuses on recent conflicts and developments in former Yugoslavia such as wars in Bosnia and Kosovo as well as the future EU prospects of the Western Balkan states.

IRE304The Caucasus & Central Asia
This course will cover the modern history of the countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia which obtained independence following the breakdown of the Soviet Union in 1991. These include the present states of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia in the Caucasus, and Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan in Central Asia. The first part of the course will provide a historical background necessary to understand the problems of the post-Soviet period. The second part will analyze the radical transformations in the region following the collapse of the Soviet Union and subsequently will focus on major regional conflicts such as the Karabagh issue between Azerbaijan and Armenia and the 2008 War between Georgia and Russia.

IRE305History & Politics of the Middle East
The course will focus on the formation of the modern Middle East, the legacy of the Ottoman Empire and the impact of colonialism, Arab nationalism, the ideological struggles, the oil politics, the power of stereotypes, tradition and modernization. The objectives of the course are to provide a deeper understanding of Middle Eastern politics with specific references to the region's economy, culture and society. Considering recent developments in the region, the course aims to study Middle Eastern politics within a broader context of international system, regional economic developments and bilateral relations among the regional countries, the Middle East and World Politics after 11 September and future prospects in the Palestinian-Israeli problem.

IRE308Global Peace & Security
In-depth study of issues related to global security of the XX-XXI century: proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, arms control and disarmament, international terrorism, regional conflicts, oil and energy problems in Politics, etc. The course will examine major trends, challenges and future prospects in the mentioned areas.

IRE309International Law
The nature and role of international law in the interaction of states. The basic terminology of international law. Problems of interpretation and enforcement. The relation between law and power; treaties and the legal basis of diplomacy, international organisations, international law and war, human rights under international law.

IRE312Foreign Policy Analysis
This course is an introduction to ways of thinking critically about foreign policy analysis. It will examine some historical as well as current cases to question the statist approaches to foreign policy. The course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of foreign policy formulation by evaluating the role of different actors and organizations in the definition of national interests.

IRE3173Diplomatic Protocol
IRE 317 Diplomatic Protocol diplomatic corps, attending formal events and planning formal tables, organizing formal visits and diplomatic writing skills.

IRE403Turkish Diplomatic History & Foreign Politics
The course examines the central dilemmas and assumptions about Turkish foreign policy; past, present, and the near future. The course gives a very detailed analysis to the historical background such as foreign relations of the late Ottoman Empire and Republican Turkish Foreign Policy, as well as most contemporary and challenging issues of Turkish Foreign Policy including Turkey-European Union relations, Cyprus Problem, Human Rights and Kurdish issues.

IRE404European Union Studies
Background of the European Union: Europe before and after World War II. The political framework of the European Union. Economic integration of the European Union, the social framework of the European Union, the external relationship of the European Union. The Single European Act. European Union beyond Maastricht.

IRE405International Politics of Cyprus
This course studies the Cyprus problem, initiating from discussions regarding to history of Cyprus, the Ottoman Rule, the British Rule, Republic of Cyprus to analysis regarding to 1974 Turkish Peace Operation and afterwards. The course also focuses on relatively contemporary issues including the establishment of the TRNC, the Annan Plan and the future while examining possible solutions to it and looks at the role of the international powers in finding a solution.

IRE408Conflict Studies & Dispute Settlement
This course looks at the economic/cultural/political and religious aspects of conflict and examines some theories, which prescribe solutions to these problems. The purpose of the course is to assist students in clarifying their own substantive views on conflict studies and dispute settlement. Specifically, the students will have broader and detailed knowledge about Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Cyprus problem, Human Rights issues and Kurdish Problem. The students are advised to take this course in their graduating year.

IRE411Post Cold War International Relations
This course is a survey of current developments, issues, and problem areas of international relations in the post-Cold War era. The specific attention is given to the changing concept of security, new security agenda, and the emergence of complex issues, rise of ethnic conflicts, and the post 9/11.

IRE412Us Foreign Policy
This course is a good application of international relations theories into real life. Students will be able to see how theory is and has been applied to real life by the only super-power of our time. How has the international system changed, and what are the effects of this on states today? What role did the US play on this change? These questions will be answered.

IRE415Turkey-Eu Relations
This course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of political, economic and security issues that influence relations between Turkey and the EU. The course will analyse major breakthoughs in Turkey-EU relations with a particular emphasis on the role of European institutions, notably the European Commission and the Council, on Turkey's relations with the EU. Major issues regarding Turkey's EU candidacy and future membership will also be examined.

IRE417International Conflict Case Studies
International Conflict Case Studies The course aims to explain historical progress and contemporary issues about chosen states conflicts. Presentations will be done by students on the conflicts such as Middle East conflicts, proxy wars by super or great powers, power and energy wars.

IRE419Research Methods
This course aims to set the basics for students to cultivate methodological and analytical skills to design and conduct a research in the field of political science. Firstly students are provides with an awareness of the various traditions and approaches of political science research. Secondly they explore different research methods and their applicability. The course also enables student by setting the necessary foundation to progress to more advance texts in the areas of qualitative and quantitative research methods.

IRE420Graduation Project
This project aims to give the students an opportunity to conduct a small scale research on the study of International Relations. This will involve critically analyzing a particular case and using a theoretical framework to investigate an aspect of the case more fully.

IRE421Greek-Turkish Relations
This course will firstly compare and contrast the geographical and historical backgrounds of Turkey & Greek while highlighting their political develoment, political economy and institutional arrangmetns. Subsequently we will shift our attention to areas of friction between the two countries, most notably the Cyprus Problem and the disputes over the Aegean Sea, and a discussion of the reasons why therse problems have become so entrenched. The course will also analyze the impact of these problems on Turkey's relations with the EU.

IRE422Euro-Mediterranean Relations
The purpose and objective of this course is to provide an understanding about the relations between the European Union and the Mediterranean Partners. Specifically, the past, continuity, and problems in the emerging of Euro-Mediterranean Partnership is discussed along with European and Southern partners responses to this partnership. The course also includes discussions regarding to the problems & paradoxes within the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, changing concept of security and its relevance to the European and Southern Partners, the socio-economic disparities in the Mediterranean and obstacles on sustainable development and the Spread of Radical Islam and Terrorism, illegal immigration, oil, environmental problems.

IRE423History and Poilitics of the Far East
In this course we will compare and contrast political development, political economy, modernization, and state-society relations, as well as institutional arrangements of major Far Eastern countries. The Far East is defined as a geographic region containing two major powers (China and Japan) and some other medium-level powers. Topics of the course will include geographical, historical, and cultural backgrounds of the Far Eastern states as well as their government structures, electoral systems, and decision-making processes.

IRE425Diplomatic Correspondence
The course aims to teach diplomatic communication skills, correspondence methods like writing letters, talking, body language, negotiation and teaches diplomatic terms.

JRB101Basic Concept of Journalism I
Dersin amacı öğrencilere gazetecilik mesleği, basın ve habercilik kavramları konusunda temel bilgileri vermek ve bu bilgileri kullanarak gazetecilik mesleğine hazırlamaktır.

JRB102Basic Concepts of Jrn II
Dersin amacı öğrencilere gazetecilik mesleği, basın ve habercilik kavramları konusunda temel bilgileri vermek ve bu bilgileri kullanarak gazetecilik mesleğine hazırlamaktır.

JRB103Int. to Communications
Bu ders, iletişim olgusunu tanıtmaya yöneliktir. İletişimin temel olgu ve kavramlarını tanıtmak ve iletişim bakış açısıyla güncel olayları analiz etmek bu dersin amacıdır. Ders kapsamında iletişim kavramı ve tanımı, iletişim süreci ve öğeleri, İletişim sürecinde sistem yaklaşımı, İletişim türleri, İletişim modellerine genel bir bakış, Kitle İletişim kavramı, tanımı ve süreci, bireylerarası iletişim ile kitle iletişim karşılaştırılması, Kitle İletişim Araçlarının işlevleri ve etkileri bağlamında karşılaştırılması, kitle iletişim kuramlarına genel bir bakış ve yeni kuramsal çalışmalar / yaklaşımlar ele alınacaktır.

JRB104Media Ethics
Bu derste, Medya hukukundan medya etiğine geçiş irdelenerek, tarihsel olarak medyanın (kitle iletişim araçlarının) konumu ve basın ahlakı konuları tatışılacaktır. Hukuk ve etik arasındaki ilişkiler ile kamusal hizmet ve görevler açısından medya etiği konusu da bu dersin konuları kapsamındadır.

JRB106History of Communication
Bu derste, kültür ve iletişim ilişkisi kurularak, iletişimin tarihçesi üzerinde durulacaktır. Kitle iletişiminin özellikleri irdelenerek, tarihsel süreç içerisinde kurumsallaşma, yabancılaşma, tekelleşme, küreselleşme ve kimlik olgusu konuları incelenecektir.

JRB201News Report Writing
Bu derste, ulusal ve uluslararası haber ajanslarının haber üretim organizasyonları olarak yapısal durumları, haber ajanslarının kullandığı haber dili evrensel kurallar çerçevesinde esnek enformasyon aktarımı incelenmektedir. Haber ajanslarının haber toplama teknikleri ile haberin ülkede ve dünyada yayılması, elde edilen haberlerin haber yazma tekniğine uygun olarak yazılması konuları ele alınmaktadır.

JRB202Writing and Debate for Jrn
Bu derste, yazılı ve sözlü anlatımın önemi üzerinde durulacaktır. Bu bağlamda noktalama işaretleri, yazım kuralları, yazım kurallarının yazılı anlatımdaki önemi, anlatım bozuklukları, yazılı ve sözlü anlatım konusunda bilgi, anlatım biçimleri, anlatımın insan için önemi, konu ve konu türleri, konu seçimi, konunun sınırlandırılması, anlatım planı, yazılı anlatımda düşünsel düzen, anlatımı geliştirme yolları ve anlatım türleri konuları işlenecektir.

JRB203Economics of Journalism
Bu derste, gazete ve yayın kuruluşlarının kar zarar durumları, işletme sistemleri, medya organizasyonlarının kendilerine özgü yönetimi, haber, ekonomi, personel ve pazarlama bölümleri üzerine bilgi verilir. Ayrıca Amerika ve Avrupa'nın ekonomik durumunun Türk medyasına etkileri incelenirken, bu konudaki sorunlar ve çözüm önerileri öğrencilere aktarılır.

JRB204Media Law
Kitle iletişiminin hukuksal açıdan irdelendiği derste KKTC, Türkiye 'de ve dünyadaki iletişim alanında uygulanan yasalar karşılaştırmalı olarak ele alınmakta ve kişilik haklarına saldırı, cevap düzeltme hakkı, Avrupa Sınır Ötesi Yayıncılık Sözleşmesi, 3984 Sayılı Kanun gibi kavramlar üzerinde durulmaktadır.

JRB205Creative Writing
Bu dersi alan öğrencilere, metin yazma konusunda yaratıcılıklarını geliştirecek uygulamalar yaptırılması hedeflenmektedir

JRB206Sociology of Communication
Bu ders, kitle iletişim kavramının ortaya çıkması ve yarattığı toplumsal dönüşümleri anlatmaya yöneliktir. Bu bağlamda kitle iletişim kavramı ve ortaya çıkışı, kitle iletişim araştırmalarının tarihsel gelişimi, kitle iletişimde liberal ve eleştirel yaklaşımlar, kitle iletişimde orta-yolcu yaklaşımlar, medyanın ideolojik işlevi, medyanın kültürel işlevi, medya sosyolojisi, haber ve gerçeklik, medyada kimlik ve temsil, küreselleşme ve tüketim toplumu, internet ve katılım, medya ve demokrasi, medya ve kadın konuları işlenecektir.

JRB207Basic Photography
Bu derste, fotoğrafın kısa tarihi, fotoğraf makineleri, orta ve büyük format fotoğraf makinelerinin tanıtımı, objektifler; standart, geniş, tele, zoom ve makro objektifler, pozlama kontrol mekanizmaları, diyafram, örtücü; hareketin durdurulması, alan derinliği, film; formatlarına göre film türleri, ışık şiddetinin duyarlılığına göre film türleri, renk duyarlılığına göre film türleri, kontrastlık, seçicilik ve gren yapısı, ışık; ışık ölçümü ve türleri, pozlama modları; filtreler ve yardımcı aksesuarlar; görüntü düzenleme; siyah-beyaz film banyo, kart baskısı ve dijital kamera kullanımı öğretilecektir.

JRB208Practices of Basic Photography
Ders kapsamında, fotoğraf üzerinde düşünce ve tartışmalar, teknik fotoğraf bilgileri, basın fotoğrafçılarının kullandığı malzemeler, fotoğraf seçimi ve kadrajlama tartışılacaktır. Ayrıca basın fotoğrafçılığının gelişimi, basında fotoğraf kullanımının önemi, basın fotoğrafçılığının türleri, kuramsal ve dijital ortamda uygulamalı olarak öğrencilere verilmeye çalışılmaktadır.

JRB209International Communication
Küreselleşmeyi olgusal ve söylemsel özellikleriyle tartışmaya açmak ve uluslararası iletişim sürecinde küreselleşmeyi bu özellikler çerçevesinde değerlendirmek, liberal kapitalist bir düzen olarak küreselleşmenin göze çarpan özelliği olan ulus devletin sınırları içerisinde dolaşıma giren enformasyon üzerindeki egemenliğin sınırlarını belirlemek bu dersin amacıdır. Medya küreselleşmenin bir parçası ve aynı zamanda dinamiği olarak bu sürecin kesişim noktasında bulunmaktadır. Buradan hareketle küresel dönüşümün nedenlerinin ve sonuçlarının yerel, ulusal ve küresel boyutlarda medya merkezli analizi ders bağlamında yapılacaktır.

JRB210Practices of Journalism
Bu derste, haber üretim sistemi içindeki kurallar, haber alanları, haber kaynakları, birinci ve ikinci el haber kaynaklarına ulaşma, enformasyona çevrilecek bilginin elde edilme yöntemleri ve medya organizasyonu türüne göre aktarım şekilleri uygulamalı olarak işlenir.

JRB301Human Rights and Journalism
Bu ders, uluslararası insan haklarının teoride ve uygulamada tanıtıcı bir derstir. İnsan haklarının ortaya çıkışı, ulusal ve devletsel olmayan, uygulamada gazetecilikle ilgisi ve yayınlanan haberlerle incelenecektir.

JRB302Theories of Mass Communication
Kitle iletişim ile toplumsal, siyasal, kültürel yapı arasındaki etkileşimin kuramsal boyutlarının, kitleler psikolojisi, tüketim toplumu, popüler kültür, kitle kültürü, Frankfurt Okulu, kamusal alan, enformasyon, iktidar, ideoloji, liberalizm, yapısalcılık, post-yapısalcılık, modernite, post-modernite gibi kavram ve olguları incelendiği bu derste, kitle iletişim modelleri iletişimin sayısal olarak yeniden yapılanması, kaltivasyon kuramı televizyonunun toplumsal etkileri üzerinde de durulmaktadır. Bu derste iyi bir iletişimcinin, gazete, dergi, televizyon, radyo veya internet kitlesel iletişim araçlarında neler yapması ve kitle iletişim mesajlarının nasıl oluşturulması gerektiği konularında da bilgi verilir.

JRB303Research Methods for Social Science
Bu ders, araştırma yöntemleri, kavramları ve tekniklerinin öğretilmesine yöneliktir. Bu bağlamda nitel ve nicel araştırma yaklaşımları, aşamaları, betimsel yöntem, ölçme ve ölçme araçları, ölçek türleri, bağıntısal yöntem, deneysel yöntem, bilimsel araştırma etiği ve bilimsel araştırmaların değerlendirilmesi konuları işlenecektir.

JRB304Interactive Communication and Education
Etkili iletişim teknikleri ve iletişim becerileri çerçevesinde, iletişimsel bir araç olarak eğitimin dil gelişimi ve toplumsal boyutları ve iletişimle ilgisi, iletişim ve toplumsal kültür, iletişim ve toplumsallaşma, medyanın etkileri ve kuramsal yaklaşımlar, iletişim ve teknolojik gelişmeler ve eğitim konuları işlenecektir.

JRB305Philosophy of Communication
Bu ders, felsefe ve iletişim ilişkisinin öğretilmesine yöneliktir. Bu bağlamda felsefe ile ilgili temel kavramlar, felsefenin çalışma alanları, diğer bilimlerle ilişkisi, felsefi akımlar, felsefi perspektifin geliştirilmesi ve iletişim konuları işlenecektir.

JRB306Media Planning
Bu ders medya planlamasının değişen yüzü, inter-aktif medya, medya ve araç, medya sınıfları, planlamanın genel ilkeleri, inter-aktif reklamcılık nedir, inter-aktif televizyon, yeni inter-aktif stratejiler, siber medya, bilgi otoyolu,internet reklamcılığı, internet reklamcılığının sorunları, inter-aktif planlama, INC ve veri tabanı pazarlaması, yeni medya planlaması konsepti, veri tabanı pazarlaması ve medya planlaması, medya ve tüketici, eğlence ve bilgi kaynağı olarak medya, temel medya planlaması kavramları, GRP ve izlenme payı gibi konuları kapsayacaktır.

JRB307Radio and Tv Broadcasting I
Radyo ve televizyonun tarihçesi kronolojik olarak incelenerek, farklı kitle iletişim araçlarıyla karşılaştırılmalı olarak geçmişten günümüze incelenmektedir. İşitsel bir araç olan radyonun her dinleyicinin imgelem dünyasında farklı çağrışımlar oluşturabilme özelliği, televizyonun ise görsel-işitsel bir araç olarak farklı bir anlatım diline sahip olması gözönünde bulundurularak öğrenciler bu araçların özellik ve fonksiyonlarını program yayın formatları kapsamında inceleyeceklerdir..

JRB308Radio and Tv Broadcasting II
Radyo-Televizyon yayıncılığına ait daha önce aldıkları temel ve teorik bilgileri uygulayabilecekleri programlar üretmeleri sağlanacaktır. Birden fazla teknik: Birden fazla teknik bir arada kullanılıyor.. Beyin fırtınası, yansıtma, çalıştay, gözlem, alan çalışması ya da örnek olay gibi teknikler de ayrı olarak ya da birlikte kullanılabilir

JRB309New Communications Paradigms
Bu derste, etnik kimlikler ve cinsiyete dayalı kimliklerin özellikle kadın olgusunun gerek görsel-işitsel gerekse yazılı medyada yer alan söylemlerdeki yeniden yapılandırılmalarını irdeleyerek öğrencilerin yeni yaklaşımlardan haberdar olmaları hedeflenmektedir.

JRB310Media and Culture
Popüler kültürü 20. y.y. modern kapitalist toplumların kültürü olarak nitelemek mümkün. Genelde medya özelde de radyo ve televizyonun popüler kültürün toplumsal alanda dolaşıma sokulmasında çok önemli rol oynadığı bugün artık kabul edilen bir gerçek. Bu nedenlerle bu dersin amacı, basın-yayın öğrencilerinin popüler kültürü tanımların ötesinde anlamalarını sağlamaktır. Bir dönemlik ders süresince öğrenciler, popüler kültür, modern toplum, post-modernizm ve popüler kültür, popüler kültürü kitle kültüründen ayıran özellikler, popüler kültür, kültür endüstrisi gibi temel kavramalar etrafında popüler kültürü olumlayıcı ve eleştirel yaklaşımlar açısından bakıp anlamlandırmalarıdır.

JRB401Journalism and Manipulation
Bu derste, toplumsal düşünceyi iyi yönde etkilemek ve yönlendirmek için medyanın çeşitli usul, tavır ve biçim formlarını kullanması, teorik ve uygulamalı gözden geçirilmesi, kültür, ideoloji ve kimliklerle ilişkilendirilmesi ve medyanın rolü işlenecektir.

JRB402Graduation Project (seminar)
Öğrenciler seçtikleri konu ile ilgili kuramsal bilgileri derleyerek bir proje haline getirirler.

JRB403Political Communication
Bu derste, gündem oluşturma, propaganda ve siyasal reklam kampanyaları arasındaki farklar ve benzerlikler, oy verme davranışının oluşturulmasında, siyasal iletişimden yararlanma, siyasal yönelimlerde medya etkisi gibi konular ele alınır. Anlatım, Soru-Yanıt, Tartışma

JRB404Ethics and Research in Jrn
Gazetecinin araştırma tekniklerini kullanarak araştırma konusu üzerinde yoğunlaşması gerekliliği ve haberinin sıkı takibinin yapılması ele alınırken medya etiği vurgulanarak gazetecinin uyması gereken etik kurallarına vurgu yapılacaktır. Ayrıca basın ahlakı, hukuk ve etik arasındaki ilişkiler, kamusal hizmet ve görevler açısından medya etiği gibi konular bu derste incelenecektir.

JRB405Desktop Publishing I
Bu derste, yayıncılık paketlerinden olan temel masaüstü yayıncılığın alakası olduğu kullanım uygulamalarının, donanım karakteristiklerinin gözden geçirimi ve software, masaüstü yayıncılık ve tasarımında kullanılan basın malzemelerinin gelişimi ve basım aşamaları öğretilecektir.

JRB406Desktop Publishing II
Bu derste, masaüstü yayıncılığın uygulama alanları gösterilip teorik bilgilerin uygulamaya dönüştürülmesi ve pratikte çalıştırılması sağlanacaktır.

LAW101English Legal System and Method I
The concept of law; classification of the law; sources of law, including Parliament, the courts and the European Community; the structure of the court system; jurisdiction of the courts both civil and criminal; Appeals in civil and criminal cases; statutory interpretation:-canons of construction and aids to interpretation; the operation of the doctrine of precedent:- theoretical foundations, and the doctrine as applied in individual courts; civil procedure.

LAW102English Legal System and Method II
Introduction to the jury system; Legal personnel; The Judiciary; Appeals; Unmet legal need and funding legal advice and assistance; Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).

LAW103Constitutional Law & Administrative Law I
The nature of constitutions; the nature and sources of British Constitutional law; conventions; the sovereignty of Parliament;; European Community law and domestic law. The House of Commons; the House of Lords; Parliamentary privilege; the Royal Prerogative; The Executive; Delegated legislation; local government; the protection of fundamental human rights; civil rights and freedoms- freedom of the person; freedom of expression; freedom of assembly and association.

LAW104Constitutional & Administrative Law II
Nature, scope and sources of administrative agencies and procedure, relationship between administrative law, the rule of law, separation of powers and delegation of powers; Delegated legislation: its nature, forms, making and control thereof Judicial review of administrative action - principles; remedies; tribunals and inquiries; parliamentary commissioner for administration and others; the legal liability of the Crown and local authorities.

LAW105Legal Philosophy I
Morality and the law; theories of punishment-discuss the advantages of each of the following theories (a) deterrence (b) incapacitation (c)rehabilitation (d)just dessert; war crimes; types of punishment; (1 )community service orders (2) probation.

LAW106Legal Philosophy II
Introduction to legal theory; jurisprudence; what constitutes a valid legal system; legal positivism- is there a moral justification for law; legal principles; natural law.

LAW107Legal Research and Writing I
Provides students with knowledge and skills in researching legal materials and undertaking legal writing on the basis of such materials. In particular, students will undertake practical exercises, be shown methods of manual search and electronic retrieval methods for collections of written laws and law reports, and law textbooks, journals and encyclopaedias.

LAW108Legal Research and Writing II
Students will receive instruction and practical experience in reading judicial decisions; both reported and unreported, on written constitutions, legislation and subsidiary legislation. Detailed understanding of writing a legal answer with legal authorities.

LAW109Communication & Study Skills I
Learning effective study skills, time management. Constructing Letters, Presentations, Debates and Interviews.

LAW110Communication & Study Skills II
The students will learn the factors that work towards effective Communication with others. Much of this course focuses on the application of this knowledge to lawyer-client relationships. Persuasion skills also play a predominant part.

LAW201Criminal Law & Procedure I
Crime and the criminal law; fundamental principles of criminal liability; general defences; participation in a crime; Inchoate(incomplete) offences; Offences against the person: unlawful homicide; non-fatal offences against the person, including sexual offences; property offences; offences against public order.

LAW202Criminal Law & Procedure II
Objects of procedure; detection of crime and arrest; the criminal courts; a prosecution; summary trial; cases proceeding to the crown court for trial; adjournments; bail and sentencing; the crown court; the youth court; appeal procedure.

LAW203Law of Contract I
Introduction; offer and acceptance; termination of offer; certainty of terms; considerationbasic principles; part payment of debts and promissory estoppel; intention to create legal relations; contractual terms; exclusion and limitation clauses; unfair contract terms act unfair terms regulations.

LAW204Law of Contract II
Misrepresentation; misrepresentation Act 1967; Mistake- common mistake; mutual mistake; unilateral mistake non est factum; duress; undue influence illegality contract in restraint of trade; discharge by frustration; discharge by agreement; performance; breach; remedies: damages, injunction restitution.

LAW205Introduction to European Law I
Part 1: Evolution of the European Union -Historical background; forms of economic integration; the European Community- foundations and principles; Part 2: Institutional Structure and Law -Making - The institutions of the communities; the law-making process; Part 3: The Community Legal System -Community legal method; sources of community law; the supremacy of community law; using community law before national courts; Infringement actions before the European Court of Justice; actions for annulment before the European Court of Justice; references to the European Court of Justice under Art 234 EC; other proceedings before the European Court of Justice.

LAW206Introduction European Law II
Part 4: The Law of the Common Market: The Four Freedoms: Common Market; Free Movement of Goods-costumes duties and internal taxation; quantitative restrictions; Free movement of Persons; freedom of establishment and services; tree movement of capital. Part 5: the nature of the common policies; social policy; competition policy.

LAW207Legal Accounting
Introduction to basic book-keeping; introduction to solicitor's accounts; basic receipts and payments; trust money; regulatory compliance.

LAW208Consumer Law
Case study; sale of Goods Act 1979 s.13 - correspondence with description; relationship between s.13 and express terms/representation; Sale of Goods Act s.14(2) as amended by the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994; Merchantable/ satisfactory quality Sale of Goods Act s.14(3) -fitness for purpose; Consumer remedies; acceptance of goods; damages; exclusion clauses; privity; collateral contracts; manufacturer`s guarantees; negligence; consumer protection Act; Consumers, consumerism and consumer law; evolution and theories of consumer law- modem and post modernism; advertising control- criminal law: trade description; civil liability; advertising standards authority; nature of advertising -law and discourse.

LAW209Family Law I
This course will examine marriage, dissolution of marriage, nullity of marriage, separation, legitimacy and legitimating of children, custody, guardianship, maintenance and adoption of children, as provided under legislation, common law and equity and custom.

LAW210Family Law II
The course will consider distribution of income and property between family members, and the recognition of overseas orders and decrees relating to family.

LAW301Law of Torts I
Historical background and general principles of liability; negligence - duty of care, standard of care; causation and remoteness of damage; nervous shock; occupiers liability; contributory negligence, damages.

LAW302Law of Torts II
Trespass to the person and Wikinson v Downton; Trespass to land; nuisance; Rylands v Fletcher and fire; Defamation; malicious falsehood.

LAW303Land Law I
Introduction to the types of property rights in land; proving title and tenures and estates; legal and equitable rights in land and the 1925 legislation; the creation of equitable interests; the equitable doctrine of notice; registration of land charges (unregistered land); registration of title (registered land); requirements for a lease; obligation in leases; overview / revision

LAW304Land Law II
Old -style and new-style trusts of land; the operation of new- style trusts of land; coownership; adverse possession and easements; restrictive covenants; mortgages

LAW305Equity and Trusts I
Introduction: classification of trusts and the requirements for validity of an express private trust; Express Private Trusts: the requirement of certainty; the formal requirements; the requirement for the trust to be validly constituted; the requirement for the trust to take effect within the relevant perpetuity period; the requirement for the trust to satisfy the beneficiary principle; Implied Trusts: resulting trusts; constructive trusts Express Public Trusts: charitable trusts.

LAW306Equity and Trusts II
Introduction: Duties and powers of trustees/ rights of beneficiaries; duty of investment and powers to invest; power to maintain and to advance; other duties and powers. Rights pf Beneficiaries: right to seek variation of the trust; right to sue trustees for breach of trust- the personal claim; right to sue accessories to breach of trust -the personal claim; right to trace trust property- the propriety claim; Trust administration: outline of relevant tax law rules.

LAW307Law of Evidence & Civil Procedure I
General principles; pre-action conduct of litigation; debt recovery actions; limitation; issue and service proceedings; defendant`s response; default ,and summary judgments; statements of case; parties; interim applications; case management.

LAW308Law of Evidence & Civil Procedure II
Small claims track; fast track; multi -track; disclosure; witness and expert evidence; offers and payments; trail and appeal; costs; matters arising after judgment.

LAW309Cypruslaw Package I
Constitution; court system; rent-lease; land law; family law; wills; work law; road traffic law

LAW310Cypruslaw Package II
Civil Law Suit- procedure law; Evidence Law; prescription law; Oaths; Explosive Material Law; Weapon Law; Media Law; Bills of Exchange Law; Cyprus Law

LAW311Cypruslaw Package III
Torts Law; Contract Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Court Procedure; Sale of Goods Law; Sale of Vehicles Law; Drugs Law; Antiques Law.

LAW312Research Project
Enables students to extend their research skills and their knowledge and understanding of an aspect of the law, which is of particular interest to them under the supervision of a member of staff approved by the Law Faculty Board of Studies.

LAW313Criminology
Criminology involves a study of the phenomenon of crime and will involve a consideration of the following areas: the definition and nature of crime; the justification and theories of punishment; the various schools which provide perspectives on the understanding of the aetiology of crime; the treatment of the offender and crime prevention and control.

LAW314Employment Law
The contract of employment: formation; obligation of parties, express and implied; termination and suspension of the contact and remedies for breach; restraint of trade; apprenticeship, Statute affecting employment terms in regard to formal requirements, wages, notice of termination; suspension, lay-off and redundancy; hours of work, rest days and holidays; children, young persons and women; the employment tribunal. The employer`s responsibility for the safety of employees; negligence and breach of statutory duty; health and safety at work.

LAW315Environmental Law
This course will examine in general the laws which regulate land use, water use, biodiversity, national and cultural heritage, protected areas, air and marine pollution. The course also, considers the role and effect of environmental impact reports and of environmental litigation.

LAW316Human Rights Law
The cultural and historical background of human rights shall be analysed together with the developments in the domestic and international protection of such rights. The Course will cover the United Nations world system and the United Nations Charter, the major international and Regional Human Rights Conventions and other related Instruments. The European Convention on Human Rights and the European Protection System will be dealt with in detail.

LAW317Conflict of Laws
Where a foreign element (such as nationality, place of accident) is involved in private law cases, conflicts of jurisdiction and questions as to the applicability of the foreign law may be involved, The course examines the basic principles of private international law including recognition of foreign judgments, and internal conflicts within the UK, that is, conflicts between UK law and foreign law.

LAW318Revenue Law
Studies the law relating to direct and indirect taxation in the UK as well as Cyprus. The principle forms of direct taxation, particularly income tax, rent tax, turnover tax, property tax; value added tax and the principle forms of indirect taxation particularly customs duty excise duty. In addition, the course considers the impact of international treaties and agreements relating to taxation.

LAW319Medical Law
This course examines overlapping issues in law and medicine in medical, legal and philosophical contexts. The aim is to study a variety of problems of life, death and consent to treatment. Students are expected to argue about problems from a variety of viewpoints, including ethical argument. The issues considered will include the following: issues of life: e.g. the new reproductive technology; Medical treatment -e.g. consent to treatment; issues of death- e.g. euthanasia.

LAW320Intellectual Property Law
The introductory aspects of this course cover both industrial and intellectual property, namely: 1- patents, trade secrets, trade marks, trade names, passing off, copy rights and registered designs; 2. General survey of forms of industrial and intellectual property- need for protection; nature of protection; comparative advantages of each form of protection; 3 - Copyright: International Conventions- main works protected namely unpublished works, literacy works, dramatic and musical works, sound and TV Broadcasts. Ownership of copyright: authorship, joint authorship; commission works; Assignment; Licences; Infringement of copyright remedies for infringement & sanctions. The Press and copyright. World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) - Geneva; relevance to developing countries.

LAW321Transport Law
Provides an understanding of the laws relating to air, land and water transport in the Cyprus region. Contracts of carriage of persons and goods and statutory regulation of such contracts are examined. The course also considers the systems of licensing of carriers established in the region, and the impact of international agreements and treaties upon the transport of goods and persons.

LAW322Jurisprudence of Law
Examines fundamental questions about: the nature of law and the relationship of law and morality, politics, culture, tradition and custom. Analysis of law and legal system is provided around questions such as what makes law a law? Are laws rules? What is a legal right or legal obligation? The institutional concept of law and the judicial and legislative process and the law are also critically analysed; reasoning in the law with special reference to statutory interpretation, judicial administration.

LAW323Maritime Law
This course will be an introduction into trade by sea and the legal rules involved to facilitate this important means of trade. The main analysis will be of Bills of Lading and the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act and Liabilities.

LAW324Cyprus Law Package IV
Legal Writing and Drafting Skills

LAW325Advanced Legal Research and Writing
This takes the legal writing undergraduate courses further. Writing like a lawyer and also as an academician is what we will experiment, by using different techniques, concentrating on the best use of English language in getting our message forward as simply and efficiently as possible.Emphasis will be placed on research techniques and sources that students will need to rely upon in their practice of law.

LAW326Sports Law
This course examines those areas of law as applicable to the sporting arena and sports players. The course shall begin with an examination of the history and cultural importance of sports. It shall go on to debate the extent of the role of law in sports and whether this is in fact desired. Two opposing arguments shall be displayed. The domestic and international system of solving sporting disputes shall then be analysed, focus being placed upon CAS, its internal and appeal system. Elements of employment and contract law in so far as it applies to sports players shall be examined. Analysis of ports Agents regulations, most notably FIFA agent regulations shall take place; in addition to stadium liability and sports player's tortuous and criminal liability rules.

LAW327Aviation Law
Aviation law is the branch of law that concerns flight, air travel and associated legal and business concerns. The international nature of air travel cannot be denied and thus an analysis of the international and also European regulations will take prominence. Students shall examine and seek an understanding of the International Civil Organisation and its role in this regard.

LAW328Hospitality Law
Hospitality Law is a study of the law relating to the foodservice, travel, and lodging industries. That is, it is the body of law governing hotels, bars, restaurants, spas, meeting and convention planners and country clubs. Hospitality law encompasses a wide variety of legal practice areas. The legal areas of study shall include contracts, employment law, and tort law with particular attention being paid to the application of the law of negligence in this particular sphere.

LAW329International Criminal Law
The course "International Criminal Law" deals with the issues of contemporary international criminal law and procedure. It comprises the topics on the sources of the international criminal law, criminal jurisdiction of states and immunities, mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and extradition, international criminal justice, individual criminal responsibility for genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression. A special emphasis is made on the use of Socratic method, case studies and combination of individual and collective exercises.

LAW330Settlement of Commercial Disputes
The aim of the course is to highlight the changing legal regime and for the students to be able to identify the rights an investor may have in a given circumstance and to be aware of any relevant public international law principles. The second aim is to focus on the sui juris trade dispute settlement within the World Trade Organisation and NAFTA which is a corollary of the autonomous law of international trade generated by WTO and NAFTA respectively.

LAW331Transnational Criminal Law
The course will provide students with a detailed understanding of the nature of transnational crimes, such as drug trafficking, money laundering, terrorism and torture, and the treaties that create obligations for States with respect to their suppression. The course will also cover the mechanisms of state co-operation with respect to transnational crimes, such as extradition and mutual legal assistance. It will finish by providing students with a study of the various international bodies dedicated to promoting inter-State co-operation and the suppression of transnational criminality such as INTERPOL, and the UNODC.

LAW332Law and Culture
This course explores the relationship between law and culture - a topic that has become increasingly relevant through globalisation, a perceived 'clash of civilizations', and the problems of an effectively multicultural society. After having taken this course students will understand the main distinctions between legal and socio-scientific approaches to social problems and disputes. They will have become familiar with the answers to the question how law and culture are related one to the other. This will enable them to better understand and participate in debates about rule of law, human rights, and cultural defence, both orally and in writing.

LAW401Company Law I
Classification of companies; registration of companies; memorandum of association; articles of association; contractual capacity; share capital; shares; loan capital.

LAW402Company Law II
Floating charges - Insolvency aspects; floating charges and transaction avoidance in insolvency; shareholders` rights and duties; directors; directors` duties; directors fiduciary duties; care and skill / statutory duties; minority protection; the company in liquidation.

LAW403Commercial Law I
Transfer of property; passing of risk; mistake and frustration; insolvency: the validity and effectiveness of retention of title clauses; the statutory implied terms: the right to sell; the condition of goods; duties of the parties and remedies.

LAW404Commercial Law II
Title conflicts in sale transactions; introduction to agency relationship; creation of the Agency relationship and the importance of the agent`s authority; the types of agency relationship; creation of the agency relationship; the relationship between principal and agent

LAW405Public International Law I
Topics will include some of the following: introduction to the nature of internationa11aw and its historical development; sources of international law; the relationship between international and municipa11aw; the subjects of international law.

LAW406Public International Law II
The concept of sovereignty and state recognition; state jurisdiction; the acquisition and loss of territory; state responsibility; treaties and other international legal agreements; the pacific settlement of disputes; the use of force; international institutions; human rights.

MAT101Business Mathematics I
Business Mathematics I Revision of essential algebra for calculus. Polynomials, rational expressions, straight line. Linear and quadratic equations and inequalities. Functions; limits; continuity; derivatives: techniques of derivatives; applications of derivatives.

MAT102Business Mathematics II
Exponential and logarithmic functions. Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions. Applications of exponential functions ant derivatives. Techniques of integration, definite integral, applications of integration. Functions of several variables, partial derivatives.

ME102Engineering Drawing
Freehand sketching techniques, use of scales, model representation. Orthographic projection. Dimensioning and sectioning. Solid. Modeling. 3-D drawings. Assembly and working drawings. Tolerancing. Threaded parts, keys, springs, rivets, piping layouts. CATIA is introduced and used throughout the course with coverage of advanced modeling tools.

ME201Introduction to Mechanical Eng.
The mechanical engineering profession, mechanical design, technical problem-solving and communication skills, forces in structures and machines, materials and stresses, fluids engineering, thermal and energy systems

ME202Strength of Materials I
Simple stress and strain. Equilibrium, compatibility and constitutive relations, state of stress and state of strain with emphasis on two dimensional problems. Bending and shear stresses. Shear and bending moment diagrams by integrating and section method. Deflection of beams.

ME203Materials Science
Introduction to materials science and engineering. Atomic structure and interatomic bonding. Crystal and amorphous structures inmaterials. Imperfections in solids. Thermally activated processes and diffusion in solids. Mechanical properties of metals. Phase diagrams and transformations. Engineering alloys. Polymeric materials. Ceramics and composite materials. Corrosion. Electrical, thermal, magnetic and optical properties of materials

ME204Manufacturing Technology I
Introduction and Overview of Manufacturing. the Nature of Major Materials. Mechanical & physical properties of materials. Dimensions, Surfaces, and their Measurement. Engineering Materials used in Manufacturing. Overview of casting technology, and metal casting processes. Shaping Processes For Plastics and Polymers. Rubber-Processing Technology.

ME205Statics
Introduction to rigid body mechanics, equivalent force systems. Concepts of moment, couple, resultant. Equilibrium; Free body diagram; equations of equilibrium. Structural analysis; trusses; beams. Properties of surfaces. Area moment and cancroids; moment and product of inertia; principal directions.

ME206Dynamics
Kinematics of particles and rigid bodies: absolute motion, relative motion. Kinetics of particles: equation of motion, work-energy and impulse-momentum. Systems of particles. Kinetics of rigid bodies: Euler's equation, plane motion of rigid bodies, kinetic energy of rigid bodies. Introduction to the dynamics of vibrating systems.

ME301Thermodynamics
Properties of pure substances, phase change, equation of state. Concepts of energy transfer by heat, work and mass. Entropy. 1st and 2nd law of Thermodynamics and their applications to common thermal devices such as heat exchangers, turbines, compressors. and nozzles. Basic power and refrigeration thermodynamic cycles: Otto, Diesel, Brayton, Rankine and vapor compression. refrigeration cycles.

ME302Manufacturing Technology II
Powder Metallurgy and Processing of Ceramics and Cermets Fundamental of Bulk forming; rolling, extrusion, drawing, forging. Sheet metal forming; Bending, Cutting, Deep Drawing, and others. Machining operations and machine tools;Turning, Milling, Drilling, Planing and shaping, Boaring, Broaching and gear manufacturing. Cutting-Tool Technology. Heat Treatment Of Metals. Surface Processing Operations. Joining and Assembly Processes; welding, brazing, soldering, and mechanical assembly. Production planning and control.

ME303Fluid Mechanics
Concept of continuum. Properties of fluids: density, viscosity, surface tension. Forces on submerged surfaces. Integral and differential forms of mass, momentum and energy conservation equations. Solutions of simple viscous flows. Dimensional analysis and similitude. Viscous flow in pipes and ducts. Flow past immersed bodies, boundary layers, lift and drag, and turbulence

ME304Internal Combustion Engines
Engine types and their operations. Thermochemistry of air-fuel mixtures. Ideal models of engine cycles. Gas exchange processes. Engine fuel metering and manifold phenomena. Combustion in gasoline and diesel engines. Pollutant formation and control. Engine friction and lubrication. New technologies and alternative fuels.

ME305Strength of Materials II
Torsion of circular shafts. Combined stresses. Buckling, Stress and strain in axial loading. Torsion. Pure bending and transverse loading. Stress and strain transformations. Design of beams for strength. Deflection of beams. Columns. Energy methods

ME306Heat Transfer I
Principles of heat transfer and their applications. Heat conduction in stationary systems. Transient Heat Conduction. Heat transfer associated with laminar flow and turbulence flow of fluids in forced and natural convection

ME307Theory of Machines
Fundamentals of Motion and Vibration. Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems without dampers and equivalent systems. Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems with viscous and coulomb dampers. Harmounically excited vibration of a single degree of freedom vibration. Determining the equation of motion of a 1 DOF system using energy methods. Vibration under general forcing conditions. Two degrees of freedom system. Determining the equation of motion of systems using Lagrange method. Determination of Natural frequencies and Mode shapes.

ME308Machine Elements I
Fundamentals of machine component design. Stress analysis. Materials. Static stresses. Elastic strain, deflection, and stability. Failure theories, safety factors, and reliability. Impact. Fatigue. Surface damage.

ME309Machine Design I
Introduction to design of machinery; Kinematics, Kinetics, and the desing process. Fundamental of Kinematics; Degree of freedom, Types of motion, Grashof condition. Graphical and Algebraic Position analysis in various linkages. Graphical and Analytical analysis of velocity in linkages. Velocity Analysis with Instant Centers. Graphical and Analytical Acceleration Analysis in fourbar linkages. Corriolis acceleration in linkages. Cam design with velocity and acceleration analysis. Gear trains ; Gear types, Gear tooth, simple and compound gear trains.

ME310Machine Design II
Introduction to Newton's law of motion and dynamic models. Dynamic force analysis for fourbar and fourbar slider-crank linkages. Static and Dynamic balancing in mechanisms. Engine dynamics and engine design; equivalent masses, and inertia and shaking forces. Flywheels and balancing the single cilynder engine. Multicylinder Engine design, the crank phase diagrams and shaking forces and tourques in two stroke and four stroke engines, balancing engines. Dynamic force analysis of cam followers and measuring dynamic force and accelerations.

ME401Graduation Project I
Design or research projects are assigned including application and synthesis. The projects including prototype production are especially encouraged. Students may work alone or as a team. Supervisors and jury members grades the projects by considering the studies during the semester, project report and presentation

ME402Graduation Project II
Design or research projects are assigned including application and synthesis. The projects including prototype production are especially encouraged. Students may work alone or as a team. Supervisors and jury members grades the projects by considering the studies during the semester, project report and presentation

ME403Machine Elements II
Design of threaded fasteners, power screws, rivets, springs, bearings, gears, shafts, clutches, and brakes. Analysis and design of machine elements. Helical, bevel and worm gears. Shafts and associated parts, keys, pins, splines, couplings, clutches, brakes and fly wheels, belts, chains, torque converters.

ME404Control Systems
Introduction to automatic control. Mathematical modeling of dynamic systems. Response analysis using Laplace transform method. Transfer functions and block systems. Feedback control systems. Typical actuators and transducers. Control law.

ME405Quality Planning & Control
Introduction to quality control, statistical process control, sampling techniques, mean and R charts, determining sample sizes, mean and standard deviation charts, run tests, quality control circles, total quality management

ME406Heat Transfer II
1D and 2D steady-state conduction. Transient conduction: Lumped capacitance analysis, multidimensional effects. Convection: thermal boundary layer, boundary layer similarity and Reynolds analogy. Heat transfer in external flows: flat plate, cylinder in cross-flow, sphere. Internal flow: hydrodynamic and thermal considerations, convection correlations. Free convection. Radiation heat transfer. Heat exchangers.

MEG101Felsefe
Felsefe ile ilgili temel kavramlar, felsefe ve bilim, felsefenin çalışma alanları ve sosyal bilimler içindeki rolü, başlıca felsefi akımlar; Türkiye'de ve dünyadaki düşünürlerin görüşlerinin incelenmesi, felsefi perspektifin geliştirilmesi, felsefe eğitim ilişkisi, eğitimin felsefi temelleri ve eğitim programlarına etkisi, çağdaş felsefe akımları.

MEG102Eğitim Psikolojisi
Eğitim-Psikoloji ilişkisi, eğitim psikolojisinin tanımı ve işlevleri, öğrenme ve gelişim ile ilgili temel kavramlar, gelişim özellikleri (bedensel, bilişsel, duygusal, sosyal ve ahlaki gelişim), öğrenmeyi etkileyen faktörler, öğrenme kuramları, öğrenme kuramlarının öğretim süreçlerine yansımaları, etkili öğrenme, öğrenmeyi etkileyen faktörler (motivasyon, bireysel faktörler, grup dinamiği ve bu faktörlerin sınıf içi öğretim sürecine etkisi).

MEG103Eğitim Bilimine Giriş
Eğitimin temel kavramları, eğitimin diğer bilimlerle ilişkisi ve işlevleri (eğitimin felsefi, sosyal, hukuki, psikolojik, ekonomik, politik temelleri), eğitim biliminin tarihsel gelişimi, 21. Yüzyılda eğitimin biliminde yönelimler, eğitim biliminde araştırma yöntemleri, Tüm Milli Eğitim Sisteminin yapısı ve özellikleri, eğitim sisteminde öğretmenin rolü, öğretmenlik mesleğinin özellikleri, öğretmen yetiştirme alanındaki uygulamalar ve gelişmeler.

MEG201Öğretim İlke Ve Yöntemleri
Öğretimle ilgili temel kavramlar, öğrenme ve öğretim ilkeleri, öğretimde planlı çalışmanın önemi ve yararları, öğretimin planlanması (ünitelendirilmiş yıllık plan, günlük plan ve etkinlik örnekleri), öğrenme ve öğretim stratejileri, öğretim yöntem ve teknikleri, bunların uygulama ile ilişkisi, öğretim araç ve gereçleri, öğretim hizmetinin niteliğini artırmada öğretmenin görev ve sorumlulukları, öğretmen yeterlikleri.

MEG202Ölçme Ve Değerlendirme
Eğitimde ölçme ve değerlendirmenin yeri ve önemi, ölçme ve değerlendirme ile ilgili temel kavramlar, ölçme araçlarında bulunması istenen nitelikler (güvenirlik, geçerlik, kullanışlılık), eğitimde kullanılan ölçme araçları ve özellikleri, geleneksel yaklaşımlara dayalı olan araçlar (yazılı sınavlar, kısa yanıtlı sınavlar, doğru-yanlış tipi testler, çoktan seçmeli testler, eşleştirmeli testler, sözlü yoklamalar, ödevler), öğrenciyi çok yönlü tanımaya dönük araçlar (gözlem, görüşme, performans değerlendirme, öğrenci ürün dosyası, araştırma kağıtları, araştırma projeleri, akran değerlendirme, özdeğerlendirme, tutum ölçekleri), ölçme sonuçları üzerinde yapılan temel istatistiksel işlemler, öğrenme çıktılarını değerlendirme, not verme, alanı ile ilgili ölçme aracı geliştirme.

MEG204Öğretim Teknolojileri Ve Materyal Tasarımı
Öğretim Teknolojisi ile ilgili kavramları, öğretim teknolojilerinin özelliklerini, öğretim teknolojilerinin öğretim sürecindeki yeri ve kullanımını, okulun ya da sınıfın teknoloji ihtiyaçlarının belirlenmesi, uygun materyalin planlamasının yapılması ve yürütülmesi, öğretim teknolojileri yoluyla iki ve üç boyutlu materyaller geliştirilmesi öğretim gereçlerini geliştirmek. Çeşitli nitelikteki öğretim gereçlerinin değerlendirme, Öğretim materyallerinin etkinlik durumuna ilişkin araştırmaları incelemek.

MEG302Sınıf Yönetimi
Sınıf yönetimi ile ilgili temel kavramlar, sınıf içi iletişim ve etkileşim, sınıf yönetiminin tanımı, sınıf yönetimi kavramının sınıfta disiplini sağlamadan farklı yanları ve özellikleri, sınıf ortamını etkileyen sınıf içi ve sınıf dışı etkenler, sınıf yönetimi modelleri, sınıfta kurallar geliştirme ve uygulama, sınıfı fiziksel olarak düzenleme, sınıfta istenmeyen davranışların yönetimi, sınıfta zamanın yönetimi, sınıf organizasyonu, öğrenmeye uygun olumlu bir sınıf ortamı oluşturma (örnekler ve öneriler).

MEG304Türk Eğitim Tarihi
Türk eğitim tarihinin, eğitim olgusu açısından önemi. Cumhuriyetten önceki eğitim durumu ve öğretmen yetiştiren kurumlar. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 1: Devrimin tarihsel arka planı, felsefî, düşünsel ve politik temelleri. Türk Eğitim Devrimi 2: Tevhid-i Tedrisat Kanunu: tarihsel temelleri, kapsamı, uygulanışı ve önemi; Türk eğitim sisteminde laikleşme.Türk Eğitim Devrimi 3: Karma eğitim ve kızların eğitimi, Yazı Devrimi, millet mektepleri, halk evleri. Türkiye Cumhuriyeti eğitim sisteminin dayandığı temel ilkeler. Köy Enstitüleri, Eğitim Enstitüleri ve Yüksek Öğretmen Okulları. Üniversiteler ve öğretmen yetiştirme. Yakın dönem Türk eğitim alanındaki gelişmeler.

MEG401Topluma Hizmet Uygulamaları
Topluma hizmet uygulamalarının önemi, toplumun güncel sorunlarını belirleme ve çözüm üretmeye yönelik projeler hazırlama, panel, konferans, kongre, sempozyum gibi bilimsel etkinliklere izleyici, konuşmacı yada düzenleyici olarak katılma, sosyal sorumluluk çerçevesinde çeşitli projelerde gönüllü olarak yer alma, topluma hizmet çalışmalarının okullarda uygulanmasına yönelik temel bilgi ve becerilerin kazanılması.

MEG402Öğretmenlik Uygulaması
Her hafta bir günlük plan hazırlama, hazırlanan planı uygulama, uygulamanın okuldaki öğretmen, öğretim elemanı ve uygulama öğrencisi tarafından değerlendirilmesi, değerlendirmeler doğrultusunda düzeltmelerin yapılması ve tekrar uygulama yapılması, portfolyo hazırlama.

MEG403Okul Deneyimi
Öğretmenin ve bir öğrencinin okuldaki bir gününü gözlemleme, öğretmenin bir dersi işlerken dersi nasıl düzenlediğini, dersi hangi aşamalara böldüğünü, öğretim yöntem ve tekniklerini nasıl uyguladığını, derste ne tür etkinliklerden yararlandığını, dersin yönetimi için ve sınıfın kontrolü için öğretmenin neler yaptığını, öğretmenin dersi nasıl bitirdiğini ve öğrenci çalışmalarını nasıl değerlendirdiğini gözlemleme, okulun örgüt yapısını, okul müdürünün görevini nasıl yaptığını ve okulun içinde yer aldığı toplumla ilişkilerini inceleme, okul deneyimi çalışmalarını yansıtan portfolyo hazırlama.

MEG404Türk Eğitim Sistemi Ve Okul Yönetimi
Türk eğitim sisteminin amaçları ve temel ilkeleri, eğitimle ilgili yasal düzenlemeler, Türk eğitim sisteminin yapısı, yönetim kuramları ve süreçleri, okul örgütü ve yönetimi, okul yönetiminde personel, öğrenci, öğretim ve işletmecilikle ilgili işler, okula toplumsal katılım.

MEG405Rehberlik
Temel kavramlar, öğrenci kişilik hizmetleri, psikolojik danışma ve rehberliğin bu hizmetler içerisindeki yeri, rehberliğin ilkeleri, gelişimi, psikolojik danışma ve rehberliğin çeşitleri, servisler (hizmetler), teknikler, örgüt ve personel, alandaki yeni gelişmeler, öğrenciyi tanıma teknikleri, rehber-öğretmen işbirliği, öğretmenin yapacağı rehberlik görevleri

MEG406Özel Eğitim
Özel eğitimin tanımı, özel eğitimle ilgili temel ilkeler, engelliliği oluşturan nedenler, erken tanı ve tedavinin önemi, engele bakışla ilgili tarihsel yaklaşım, zihinsel engelli, işitme engelli, görme engelli, bedensel engelli, dil ve iletişim bozukluğu olan, süregelen hastalığı olan, özel öğrenme güçlüğü gösteren, dikkat eksikliği ve hiperaktivite bozukluğu olan, otistik ve üstün yetenekli çocukların özellikleri ve eğitimleri, farklı gelişen çocukların oyun yoluyla eğitimi, özel eğitime muhtaç çocukların ailelerinde gözlenen tepkiler, ülkemizde özel eğitimin durumu, bu amaçla kurulmuş kurum ve kuruluşlar.

MIM101Temel Tasarim
Temel tasarim stüdyosu, ögrencilerin, tasarim düsüncesi ve tasarimin temel ilkeleriyle tanistiklari derstir. Bu dogrultuda, ders sanatçilarin ve tasarimcilarin yaratici süreçleri boyunca kullandiklari temel kavramlar, araçlar ve tasarim dili üzerine odaklanmaktadir. Tasarimin görsel ve fiziksel dilini olusturan temel elemanlar ve ilkeleri anlamaya yönelik ödev ve çalismalar, ögrencilere kesfetme ve pratik uygulama araciligiyla teknik ve estetik becerilerini gelistirme olanagi sunar.

MİM101Temel Tasarım Stüdyosu
Bu tasarım stüdyosü dersi, hem kavramsal ve hem pratik anlamda tasarımın tanıtımı yapmayı ve temel tasarım ilkeleri, tasarım teorisi ve konsept geliştirme konularında öğrencilere bilgi sunmayı hedeflemektedir. Uygulamalarla öğrencilerin nokta, çizgi, şekil, biçim, boşluk, doku, değer ve renk, denge, oran, vurgu, hareket, desen, tekrarlama, ritm, çeşitlilik, uyum ve birlik gibi tasarım öğeleri konusunu kavramalrı amaçlanmaktadır.

MİM102Mimari Tasarım Stüdyosuna Giriş
Bu tasarım stüdyosunun konusu mimari tasarım ilkeleri ve tasarım süreçleri, problem tanımlama ve çözme, mekansal organizasyon ve temel mekansal tasarım uygulamaları, antropometri ve evrensel tasarım ilkeleri bilinci ve mimari iletişim ve sunum teknikleri tanıtımıyla ilgilidir. Bu stüdyoda artan karmaşıklık düzeylerinde bir dizi proje öğrencilere verilecektir. (Önkoşul: MİM101).

MIM111Mimari Çizim I
Bu ders iç mimarligin temel dili olarak çizim ve grafik sunum teknikleri ile ilgilidir. Bu ders çerçevesinde ögrenciler çesitli grafik sunum yöntemleri üzerinde çalisirlar ve mimari ve mekansal çizim becerilerini gelistirirler. Serbest el çizim de dahil olmak üzere çesitli görsel araçlarin sunum ve kullanimi teorik ve pratik olarak ele alinacaktir.

MİM111Mimari Çizim I
Bu ders mimarlığın temel dili olarak çizim ve grafik sunum teknikleri ile ilgilidir. Bu ders çerçevesinde öğrenciler çeşitli grafik sunum yöntemleri üzerinde çalışırlar ve mimari ve mekansal çizim becerilerini geliştirirler. Serbest el çizim de dahil olmak üzere çeşitli görsel araçların sunum ve kullanımı teorik ve Pratik olarak ele alınacaktır.

MIM112Mimari Çizim II
Bu ders tasarim uzmanlari için gerekli olan iç mimari iletisim alaninda gelismis bilgi ve beceri edinmeye odaklanmaktadir. Perspektif ve çesitli izometrik, oblik ve aksonometrik çizim yöntemleri ders çerçevesinde anlatilacaktir. (Önkosul: MIM111).

MİM112Mimari Çizim II
Bu ders tasarım uzmanları için gerekli olan mimari iletişim alanında gelişmiş bilgi ve beceri edinmeye odaklanmaktadır. Perspektif ve çeşitli izometrik, oblik ve agzonometrik çizim yöntemleri ders çerçevesinde anlatılacaktır. (Önkoşul: MİM111).

MIM121Yapi Teknolojisi I
Bu ders, tasarim sürecinde bina teknolojisinin rolünü anlatmaktadir. Insaat malzemeleri ve insaat yöntemlerinin incelenmesi, malzemeleri, yapi tiplerini ve ögelerini ve insaat yöntemlerini tanitmayi hedeflemektedir.

MİM121Yapı Teknolojisi I
Bu ders, tasarım sürecinde bina teknolojisinin rolünü anlatmaktadır. İnşaat malzemeleri ve inşaat yöntemlerinin incelenmesi, malzemeleri, yapı tiplerini ve öğelerini ve inşaat yöntemlerini tanıtmayı hedeflemektedir.

MİM122Yapı Teknolojisi I
Yapı Teknolojisi I dersinin devamıdır. Bina strüktür öğelerini temel alan bu derste, öğrenciler stüktür bileşenlerinin tasarım, üretim ve yapımıyla ilgili bilgi edinmektedirler. (Önkoşul: MİM121)

MIM122Yapi Teknolojisi II
Bu ders Yapi Teknolojisi I dersinin devami niteligindedir. Bina strüktür ögelerini temel alan bu derste, ögrenciler stüktür bilesenlerinin tasarim, üretim ve yapimiyla ilgili bilgi edinmektedirler.

MİM131Matematik
Bu ders, temel matematik kavram ve ilkelerini anlamak için gerekli bilgiyi sağlar. Bu bilgilerle öğrenciler strüktür sistemleri hesaplamaları konusunda anlama ve problem çözme becerilerini geliştirme imkanı bulurlar.

MİM134Mimarlık Ve Programlama
Bu ders mimari çalışmalarda, bilim ve tasarım ilişkisini sorgulayarak 'yaratıcılık' sürecini irdeleyebilecekleri temeli oluşturmaktadır. Yaratım sürecinde matematik, statik, işlem, teknoloji ve tasarım konu kapsamlarında bilginin değerlendirilmesini amaçlar. Bilim ve mimari tasarımı; irdeleyeci, problem çözücü ve durum değerlendirici yaklaşımlarla mimari tasarım sürecini ilişkilendirmek hedeflenmektedir. (ön koşul: MİM131)

MIM141Sanat Ve Kültür Tarihi
Bu ders, sanat ve kültür analizi yoluyla ögrencilere, antik, ortaçag, ve post-Rönesans dünyasini genis bir sekilde anlatmayi hedeflemektedir. Bu ders, olaylar ve gerçeklerin karmasiklik ve sosyo-politik ve kültürel yapisini esas alarak, sanat tarihini antropolojik bir yaklasimla ele almaktadir.

MİM141Sanat Ve Kültür Tarihi
Bu ders, sanat ve kültür analizi yoluyla öğrencilere, antic, ortaçağ, ve post-Rönesans dünyasını geniş bir şekilde anlatmayı hedeflemektedir. Bu ders, olaylar ve gerçeklerin karmaşıklık ve sosyo-politik ve kültürel yapıını esas alarak, sanat tarihini antropolojik bir yaklaşımla ele almaktadır.

MIM142Modern Mimarlik Tarihi
Rönesans sonrasi ve 19. ve 20. Yüzyillarda dünyanin farkli yerlerindeki modernlesme pratiklerini ele alan bu ders, modern mimarligin teorileri ve uygulamalarini içermektedir. Bu derste kronolojik ve analitik yaklasimlarin kombinasyonu önerilmektedir. (Önkosul: IÇM 141).

MİM142Modern Mimarlık Tarihi
Rönesans sonrası ve 19. ve 20. Yüzyıllarındaki dünyanın farklı yerlerindeki modernleşme pratiklerini ele alan bu ders, modern mimarlığın teorileri ve uygulamalarını içermektedir. Bu derste kronolojik ve analitik yaklaşımların kombinasyonu önerilmektedir. (Önkoşul:MİM141).

MİM201Mimari Tasarım Stüdyosu I
Bu tasarım stüdyosu, konut ve mahalle gibi barınma alanlarının programlanması ve planlanmasıyla ilgilidir. Mikro ölçekte bu ders insan ihtiyaçları doğrultusunda, tek oda biriminden başlayarak konut ve konut gruplarının planlanması; iklimsel koşullar, fiziksel, psikolojik ve sosyal ihtiyaçlar ve bunların konut tasarımı üzerindeki etkileri; iç mekanlar ve fonksiyonları ve bina tasarımı, yerleşimi ve form oluşumu konularını içermektedir. (Ön koşul: MİM102 ve MİM111).

MİM202Mimari Tasarım Stüdyosu II
Mimarlığı, fiziksel ve sosyal çevreyi şekillendiren bir kültürel pratik olarak tanımlayan bu tasarım stüdyosu, kentsel yapılı çevre içinde bina ve açık alan ilişkilerinin analizine dayalıdır. Mevcut bir kentsel dokunun analizi ve buna uygun küçük ölçekli çok amaçlı bir yapı tasarımını içermektedir. (Ön koşul: MİM201)

MIM211Dijital Tasarim Ve Sunum I
Bu ders ögrencilere iç mimari projelerin çizim ve sunumlarinda kullanilan iki boyutlu CAD programlari hakkinda teorik ve uygulamali bilgi aktarmayi hedefler. Mimari çizim tekniklerinin anlasilmasi ve dijital ortamda dogru ifade edilmesi ders çerçevesinde amaçlanmaktadir (Önkosul: MIM112).

MİM211Dijital Tasarım Ve Sunum I
Bu ders öğrencilere mimari projelerin çizim ve sunumlarında kullanılan iki boyutlu CAD programları hakkında teorik ve uygulamalı bilgi aktarmayı hedefler. Mimari çizim tekniklerinin anlaşılması ve dijital ortamda doğru ifade edilmesi ders çerçevesinde amaçlanmaktadır. (Ön koşul: MİM111).

MİM212Dijital Tasarım Ve Sunum II
Bu ders, profesyonel mimari modelleme yazılımlarının öğrenimini hedefler. Ders projeleri tasarlamak ve sunmak için mimarlar tarafından kullanılan başlıca üç boyutlu modelleme tekniklerini içerir. AutoCad, 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, Grasshopper ve VRay gibi programlarla öğrencileri tanıştırmayı amaçlar. (Ön koşul: MİM211).

MİM221Yapı Teknolojisi III
Bu ders, beton, çelik ve ahşap yapılar için yapı strüktürleri ve sistemleri konularını ele almaktadır. Strüktür ve strüktürsistemleri konusunda analitik bilgi aktarmayı ve yaratıcı yöntemler ve uygulamalarla öğrencilerin strüktür konusunda bilgi ve becerilerini geliştirmeyi hedeflemektedir. (Ön koşul: MİM122).

MİM241Çağdaş Mimarlık
Bu ders Mimarlık tarihi alanındaki derslerin en sonuncudur ve bugünkü dünyamızda mimarlıkla ilgili güncel gelişmeleri ve teorileri sosyo-kültürel zeminleriyle anlamak ve eleştirel bir perspektifle analiz etmek dersin önemli amaçlarını oluşturmaktadır.

MİM252Çevresel Kontrol Sistemleri
Bu ders, yapılı çevrenin insanlar ve doğa üzerindeki etilerini tartışmaktadır. Dersin temel konusu mekansal tasarımcının doğal kaynakları kullanarak, en yüksek komfor düzeyini elde edebilecek, çevreye verilen zararı minimum düşürecek ve enerji tüketimini en az seviyeye düşürecek şekilde binalar, yapılı çevreler ve iç mekanlar tasarlamanın yöntemlerini içerir.

MİM300Staj I
Kampüs dışı çalışma ve öğrenme pratiği olan staj mimarlık eğitiminin önemli bir kısmını oluşturmaktadır. Birinci stajda mimarlık öğrencileri şantiye deneyimi kazanmak ve inşaat şantiyesinin işleyişi konusunda bilgi edinmek için en az 26 gün şantiyede stajyer olarak bulunmalıdırlar. (Ön koşul: birinci sınıf derslerini tamamlamak).

MİM301Mimari Tasarım Stüdyosu III
Bu tasarım stüdyosu çerçevesinde kentsel ölçekte bir proje tasarımı gerçekleşecektir. Öğrencilerin kent ölçeğindeki sorunları göz önünde bulundurarak, önermek istedikleri projenin kendi içindeki karmaşık ilişkileri çözmesine ilaveten kent, mahalle ve içindeki peyzaj alanlarıyla beraber bütüncül düşünülmesi gerekmektedir (Ön koşul: MİM202).

MİM302Mimari Tasarım Stüdyosu IV
Bu tasarım stüdyosu tarihi çevrede tasarım konusunu ve restorasyon projesini içermektedir. Mevcut binalardan oluşan ve tarihi niteliğe sahip olan bir alanda tarihi binaların yeniden kullanımını ve yeni binalar ekleyerek önerilecek projenin tarihi çevresini dikkate alınarak geliştirilmesi hususnda öğrencilerin bilgilerini geliştirmelerini hedeflemektedir. (Ön koşul: MİM301).

MİM321Zanaat Teknikleri
Zanaat Teknikleri dersi, 'tektonik' kuramları (Gotfried Semper ve Karl Botticher) ile 'tasarım pratikleri' arasında bağları, nesneler ölçeğinde kurmayı deneyen bir derstir. Aynı zamanda el melekeleri ile zihinsel takip arasındaki ilişkileri pratikte sınar. Belki kısaca 'yapma' ('making') alanı dersidir. Ders, model laboratuarında malzeme, yöntem ve teknikler alanını süpürür, birebir nesne ve konstrüksiyon yapımını hedef alır. Teorik dersler ile ahşap, metal, polietilen türevlerinin pratik uygulamaları kapsamında sürdürülecek ders, zihin ve 'yapma' üzerine zanaat çalışmaları ile sonlandırılacaktır.

MİM351Kentsel Tasarım Ve Planlama
Bu ders, kentsel tasarım ve planlamanın temel kuralları ve teorilerini içerir. Derste kentsel ölçekte analiz yapmak ve sorunları tespit etmek üzere öğrencilere çeşitli teslim konuları verilir. Kentsel tasarım ve planlamada güncel yaklaşımlar paylaşılır ve dersin sonunda öğrencilerin kent ölçeğinde sorunlara çözüm önerileri geliştirme kabiliyetine sahip olmaları hedeflenir. (Ön koşul: birinci sınıf derslerini tamamlamak).

MİM361Tasarımda İnsan Faktörü
Bu ders, insan ihtiyaçları ve sorunları ile ilgili olmakta özellikle insanlara engelsiz ortamlar tasarımı becerilerinin öğrencilerde gelişmesini hedeflemektedir. Bu nedenle de dersin içeriği antropometri, ergonomi, evrensel tasarım ve erişilebilirlik konularını içermektedir. (Ön koşul: birinci yılı bitirmiş olmak).

MİM362Sürdürülebilir Mimari
"Sürdürülebilirlik" kavramının mimarı tasarımda farklı boyutlardaki ilişkilerinin anlaşılması amaçlanmaktadır. Sürdürülebilir mimari konusu, yapılı çevrenin oluşturulması ve işletilmesi sürecinde ortaya çıkan sinerjik süreçlerin karmaşıklığı açısından yorumlanmaktadır. Sertifikalı sürdürülebilir bina derecelendirme sistemlerinin hedefleri ve kategorileri (BREEAM, LEED, SBTool.CZ, DNGB ve diğerleri) bütüncül bir yaklaşım olarak vurgulanmakta ve aynı zamanda bu alandaki eleştiriler de incelenecktir. Yapı değerlendirmesinde sürdürülebilir stratejiler ve sinerjiler, çağdaş mimari çabanın ekolojik olarak sürdürülebilir bir faaliyet olarak ortaya çıkmasını inceleyen bir derstir; Yerel pasif "teknolojilerin" araştırılması ve sürdürülebilirlik konusundaki teorik yaklaşımların incelenmesi, olası uygulama şablonlarını tanımlayacaktır. Yalnızca yapım ve çevre kalitesi açısından değil, aynı zamanda iklim ve kültür koşullarındaki uygulamaların uygunluğu bakımından incelenecktir.

MİM372Restorasyon Ve Koruma İlkeleri
Dersin amacı, öğrencilere, tarihi çevre duyarlılığı ve bilinci vererek, Restorasyon ve Koruma alanı kuram ve yöntemleri konusunda öğrencileri bilinçlendirmektir. Rölöve becerilerinin gelişmesi ve öğrencilerin mevcut bir tarihi binayı ele alarak çizimlerini detaylı bir şekilde yapmaları ve tarihi binaların karşılaştıkları sorunları bilmeleri ve bu sorunlara çözüm önerileri geliştirmeleri bu ders çerçevesinde hedeflenmektedir. (Ön koşul: birinci sınıf derslerini tamamlamak)

MIM381Mesleki Etik
Bu ders çerçevesinde etik kavramindan yola çikarak, mesleki etik ve mesleki etik norm ve kurallari tartisilmaktadir. Dersin ilk yarisinda mimarligin mesleklesmesi ve buna bagli olarak meslek yasalari ve kurumlari tartisilarak meslek ve modern toplum arasindaki iliski irdelenmektedir. Dersin ikinci yarisinda bu iliskiye uygun olarak meslek sahiplerinin sorumluluklari ve buna bagli meslek etigi norm ve kurallarindan bahsedilmekte, çesitli örnekler incelenmektedir.

MİM381Mesleki Etik
Bu ders çerçevesinde etik kavramından yola çıkarak, mesleki etik ve mesleki etik norm ve kuralları tartışılmaktadır. Dersin ilk yarısında mimarlığın meslekleşmesi ve buna bağlı olarak meslek yasaları ve kurumları tartışılarak meslek ve modern toplum arasındaki ilişki irdelenmektedir. Dersin ikinci yarısında bu ilişkiye uygun olarak meslek sahiplerinin sorumlulukları ve buna bağlı meslek etiği norm ve kuralları bahsedilmekte, çeşitli örnekler incelenmektedir. (Ön koşul: birinci yılı bitirmiş olmak).

MİM400Staj II
Mimarlık lisans programında ikinci ve son staj olarak ders programına konulan bu ders, mimarlık öğrencilerinin mimarlık ofisi deneyimlerini güçelndirmek amacı taşımaktadır. 26 gün boyunca bir mimarlık ofisinde mimari tasarım projelerini tasarlayan takımın bir parçası olarak çalışmaları ve özellikle imar yasaları ve belediye kuralları, ofis işleyişi ve proje yönetimi gibi alanlarda bilgi ve becerilerini geliştirmeleri beklenmektedir. (Ön koşul: ikinci yıl derslerini tamamlamak)

MİM401Mimari Tasarım Stüdyosu V
Bu tasarım stüdyosu makro planlama ve çok karmaşık binalar ve açık alanlar tasarımıyla ilgilidir. Çok çeşitli fonksiyonlara sahip binalar ve açık alanlar gibi projeler öğrencilere sunulacak ve öğrenciler, havaalanı, hastane, üniversite kampüsü, spor kompleksi gibi çok sayıda binadan ve açık alandan oluşan projelerden tercih ettiklerini seçerek dönem boyunca yüksek düzeyde tasarım becerileri ve araştırma, geliştirme, problem tanımlama ve problem çözme alanında kendilerini geliştirecekler. (Önkoşul: MİM302).

MİM402Mezuniyet Projesi
Mimari eğitiminin son tasarım stüdyosu olan, mezuniyet projesi, bir önceki dönem aldıkları Mezuniyet araştırması dersinde, öğrencilerin seçtikleri, problemlerini tespit ettikleri ve öneriler geliştirdikleri toplumsal bir sorunu ele alarak, bu sorunun çözümü için yaratıcı, eleştirel ve ileriye yönelik tasarım projesi geliştrimelerini içermektedir. Öğrenciler bu projede çok katılımcı bir şekilde projelerinin sorunlarını tespit etmek ve çözümlerini ilgili kişi ve kurumlarla paylaşarak geliştirmeleri beklenmektedir. Ayrıca projenin sunum teknikleri güncel sunum tekniklerinden faydalanarak ileri düzeyde olmalı, teknik bilgi ve detay çizim konusunda yeterli seviyede çizimin projeyle teslim edilmesi beklenmektedir. (Önkoşul MİM403, MİM401)

MİM403Mezuniyet Araştırması
Mezuniyet projesinde mimarlık lisans öğrencileri kendi seçtikleri bir konuda, yeterli araştırma yaparak, toplumsal sorunları tespit edip, o sorunlara yönelik çözüm öneri geliştirmeleri beklenmektedir. Bunun için de mezuniyet projesi dersinin ön koşulu olarak tasarlanan mezuniyet araştıması dersinde, araştırma yöntemleriyle tanışıp, bu yöntemleri kullanarak projeleriyle ilgili araştırmaları tamamlayıp, bununla ilgili çzöüm önerilerini kavramsal boyutta geliştirmeleri beklenmektedir. (Önkoşul: MİM302).

MIM404Mimarlik Kültürü
Bu ders ögrencilere mimarinin tarihsel evrimi içerisinde, mimarlik alaninda biriken bilgi ve kültürün, yazili, görsel ve sifahi sekillerini içermektedir. Ders çerçevesinde mimarlik kültürünün çesitli asirlar ve fakli cografyalarda nasil gelistigi ve bu birikimin çesitli yöntemlerle bir sonraki nesillere nasil aktarildigi tartisilmaktadir.

MİM404Mimarlık Kültürü
Bu ders öğrencilere mimarinin tarihsel evrimi içerisinde, mimarlık alanında biriken bilgi ve kültürün, yazılı, görsel ve şifahi şekillerini içermektedir. Ders çerçevesinde mimarlık kültürünün çeşitli asırlar ve faklı coğrafyalarda nasıl geliştiği ve bu birikimin çeşitli yöntemlerle bir sonraki nesillere nasıl aktarıldığı tartışılmaktadır.

MIM405Arastirma Teknikleri Ve Yöntemleri
Bu seçmeli ders, arastirma teknikleri ve yöntemlerine bir giris olarak tasarlanmistir. Bu dersin amaci, arastima alaninda çesitli yöntemleri ögrenmek, özellikle mimarlik ve mekansal çalismalar alaninda bu yöntemlerin nasil kullanildigi konularinda bilgi ve beceri gelistirmektir. Günümüzde mimarlik alaninda ortaya konulan çok çesitli arastirma çalismalariyla ögrencileri tanistirmak ayrica bu dersin hedeflerindendir.

MİM405Araştırma Teknikleri Ve Yöntemleri
Bu seçmeli ders, araştırma teknikleri ve yöntemlerine bir giriş olarak tasarlanmıştır. Bu dersin amacı, araştıma alanında çeşitli yöntemleri öğrenmek, özellikle mimarlık ve mekansal çalışmalar alanında bu yöntemlerin nasıl kullanıldığı konularında bilgi ve beceri geliştirmektir. Günümüzde mimarlık alanında ortaya konulan çok çeşitli araştırma çalışmalarıyla öğrencileri tanıştırmak ayrıca bu dersin hedeflerindendir.

MIM406Mimarlikta Elestiri
Bu ders çerçevesinde, bir mimar veya mimari eserin nasil elestirildigi konusu ele alinmaktadir. Derste elestiri yöntemleri ve çesitli elestiri teorileri ele alinarak, ögrencilerin elestirel düsüncelerinin gelismesi ve elestirel yazi yazma kabiliyetlerinin gelismesi amaçlanmaktadir.

MİM406Mimarlıkta Eleştiri
Bu ders çerçevesinde, bir mimar veya mimari eserin nasıl eleştirildiği konusu ele alınmaktadır. Derste eleştiri yöntemleri ve çeşitli eleştiri teorileri ele alınarak, öğrencilerin eleştirel düşüncelerinin gelişmesi ve eleştirel yazı yazma kabiliyetlerinin gelişmesi amaçlanmaktadır.

MIM414Tasarimda Gelismis Dijital Modelleme
Bu ders (örnegin, 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, vb) profesyonel mimari modelleme yazilimlari kullanarak çok detayli mimari modelleme yöntemlerinin ögrencilere aktarilmasini amaçlamaktadir. Derste zorunlu ders olarak anlatilan Dijital Tasarim ve Sunum dersleri çerçevesinde aktarilmayan yeni bilgisayar programlarinin ögrencilere tanitimi hedeflenmektedir.

MİM414Tasarımda Gelişmiş Dijital Modelleme
Bu ders (örneğin, 3DStudioMax, Maya, Rhino, vb) profesyonel mimari modelleme yazılımları kullanarak çok detaylı mimari modelleme yöntemlerinin öğrencilere aktarılmasını amaçlamaktadır. Derste zorunlu ders olarak anlatılan Dijital Tasarım ve Sunum dersleri çerçevesinde aktarılmayan yeni bilgisayar programlarının öğrencilere tanıtımı hedeflenmektedir.

MIM463Toplumsal Cinsiyet, Mekan Ve Mimarlik
Bu ders, toplumsal cinsiyetin mekansal ve mimari boyutlarini tartismaktadir. Derste ögrencilere genel olarak normlarin mekanlari nasil sekillendirdigi ve daha sonra özel olarak toplumsal cinsiyet normlarinin mimariye ve mekanlara nasil yansidigi bilgisi aktarilacaktir.

MİM463Toplumsal Cinsiyet, Mekan Ve Mimarlık
Bu ders, toplumsal cinsiyetin mekansal ve mimari boyutlarını tartişmaktadır. Derste öğrencilere genel olarak normların mekanları nasıl şekillendirdiği ve daha sonra özel olarak toplumsal cinsiyet normlarının mimariye ve mekanlara nasıl yansıdığı bilgisi aktarılacaktır.

MİM481Proje Yönetimi
Proje Yönetimi kursu, bir projenin kontrolü ve yönetimi konularını içermektedir. Projenin fiziki ve insani kaynaklarının doğru hesaplanması ve control edilmesinin esas alan bu ders, öğrencilerin yöneticilik becerilerinin geliştirilmesini hedeflemektedir.

MİM482Mesleki Uygulama
Bu ders çerçevesinde öğrenciler mesleki kurallar ve yönetmelikleri öğrenmeleri ve ilaveten uygulama projesi çizmenin ve projeyle ilgili dosyalar hazırlamanın kurallarını öğrenmeleri beklenmektedir. (Ön koşul: ikinci yıl sonunda).

MT104Linear Algebra
This course deals with subjects such as system of linear equations, matrices, determinants, introduction to eigenvalues and eigenvectors, dot product, cross product, vector spaces and linear transformations.

MT111Calculus I
Real numbers, functions, and graphs; limits and continuity; the derivative and differentiation; extreme function values, techniques of graphing, and the exact differential.

MT112Calculus II
The definite integral and integration; computing areas; application of the definite integral; inverse functions, and exponential functions; and inverse trigonometric functions, and hyperbolic functions. Computing anti derivative, rational functions. (Prerequisite: MT111)

MT206Differential Equations
Study of ordinary differential equations. Standard solution methods for first-order equation. Higher-order forced linear equations with constant coefficients. Complex numbers; Laplace transform. Matrix methods for first-order linear systems with constant coefficients. Series solutions to second-order equations. Fourier series solutions. (Prerequisite: MT112)

MT207Probability Theory
Theoretical definition of probability, various examples for probability, counting techniques, conditional probability, Bayes theorem, tree diagrams. Discrete and continuous probability distributions, mathematical expectation, standard normal distribution. Introduction to inferential statistics. Organising data, calculating mean, standard deviation, mode, median and range.

MT208Numerical Analysis
Errors and accuracy; polynomial approximation; interpolation; numerical differentiation and integration; numerical solution of differential equations; least square and minimum - maximum errors approximations; non-linear equations; eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrices. (Prerequisite: MT112)

MT211Calculus III
Calculus of several variables, emphasising applications. Vector algebra, partial differentiation, multiple integrals, and vector calculus. Infinite series, and power series. (Prerequisite: MT 112)

MT212Engineering Mathematics
Vector calculus. Orthogonal co-ordinate systems, Cylindrical and Spherical co-ordinates. Line, Surface, and Volume Integrals, Divergence and Stokes' theorems. Complex numbers, and the theory of functions of a complex variable. Fourier series and boundary value problems. (Prerequisite: MT211)

MT308Numerical Analysis
Errors and accuracy; polynomial approximation; interpolation; numerical differentiation and integration; numerical solution of differential equations; least square and minimum - maximum errors approximations; non-linear equations; eigenvalues and eigenvectors of matrices. (Prerequisite: MT112)

MT401Selected Topics in Mathematics
Organised study of selected topics from the departmental consent. The special topics covered may vary from term to term. This course may be repeated.

MTE101Elementary Calculus
Solving equations and inequalities. Cartesian Coordinate system. Linear equations: properties of linear equations, graphs, system of linear equations and solutions. Functions: Linear and Quadratic functions. Selected applications. Core Textbook: Course package

MTHS101Calculus I
Sets, numbers, concepts of functions, types of functions and graphs; increasing and decreasing functions; close defined functions, one-to-one functions and one function of the reverse, trigonometric functions, limit and continuity; extreme function values, techniques of curve drawing.

MTHS102Calculus II
Exponential and logarithmic functions. Limits and derivatives, derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions. Applications of exponential functions and anti-derivatives. Techniques of integration, definite integral, functions of several variables, partial derivates.

MUS1001Enstrüman I
Gitar: Bu derste klasik gitar tekniği detaylı bir şekilde işlenmekte ve öğretilmektedir. Bu dersin temel içeriği klasik gitar icracılığını iyi bir seviyede öğrenmek ve belirli müzikal eserleri stiline, tarzına, türüne ve dönemine uygun bir biçimde yorumlayabilmektir. Keman: Keman ve öğeleri, keman çalmaya ilişkin temel bilgi ve beceriler. Keman çalmaya uygun duruş alma, kemanı doğru tutma, temel yay tekniklerinden detaşe ve legato çalma teknikleri ve bu tekniklere ilişkin uygulamalar, sol el parmaklarını ilgili seslere doğru olarak düşürme, iki eli eşgüdümlü olarak kullanma, küçük ölçekli ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirme. Flüt: Flütün öğeleri, flüt çalmaya ilişkin temel bilgi ve beceriler, flüt çalmaya uygun duruş ve doğru pozisyon alma. Diyafram, uzun ses, aralık ve gam çalışmaları yoluyla temel flüt teknikleri ve uygulamalı çalışmalar. Düzeyine uygun ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirm.

MUS1002Enstrüman II
Gitar: Bireysel teknik ve müzikal gelişimin devamı için apoyando, tirando, arpej, bare ve legato (çıkıcı) çalışmaları ve bu teknikleri içeren düzeye uygun etüt ve müzikal parçaları seslendirme, iki oktav tek ses dizi çalışmaları, klasik gitar müziği dağarından seçilen çeşitli dönemlere ait eserler dinleme ve bu eserlerin yorum özelliklerini tartışma, estetik, müzikalite ve yorum kavramların sorgulama. Keman II: Birinci konumda dört telin kullanımına ilişkin sağ ve sol el tekniklerine ilişkin bilgi ve beceriler. Aynı ve farklı teller üzerinde parmak-yay geçişleri, detaşe ve legato yay tekniklerini doğru olarak uygulama, basit çift ses çalışmalarını uygulama, dört teli kapsayan değişik tonlarda dizi çalışmaları, teknik ve müzikal becerileri kapsayan düzeye uygun ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirme. Flüt II: Birinci ve ikinci oktav sesle ve bu oktavlarda doğru ve temiz ses üretme. Bağlı ve dilli çalışmaların farklı artikülasyonlarla uygulanması, diyafram, uzun ses aralık ve gam çalışmaları. Düzeyine uygun etütler, sonatinleri ve sonatları çalma. Barok, klasik ve romantik dönemlerden düzeye uygun küçük ölçekli ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirme.

MUS1003Piyano I
Uluslararası müzikte kullanılan Piyano enstrümanı üzerinde bilgi, beceri kazanma, Geleneksel kültür içerisinde geleneksel müziklere bakış açısını geliştirip, enstrümanın teknik gücünü kullanarak temel piyano zeminini oluşturmak ve uygulamalı olarak müzik eğitiminde kullanmak.

MUS1004Piyano II
Piyano temel tekniklerinden legato tekniğine ek olarak staccato tekniği ve uygulamalı çalışmalar. Parmak alıştırmaları, dizi ve kadans çalışmaları, deşifre çalışmaları. Küçük ölçekli parçaların müzikal analiz açısından incelenmesi ve müziksel ifade ile ilgili uygulamalar. Düzeye uygun etütler, sonatin çalışmaları. Barok, klasik, romantik ve çağdaş dönemlerden düzeye uygun küçük ölçekli eserleri seslendirme.

MUS1005Bireysel Ses Eğitimi I
Piyano eşliğinde yapılan ses egzersizlerinin, çeşitli nefes çalışmalarının ve bunların uygulandığı etüt parçalarının çalışılması.

MUS1006Bireysel Ses Eğitimi II
Doğru ses oluşumuna ilişkin koordinasyon çalışmalarını, konuşurken ve şarkı söylerken alışkanlık haline getirmeye yönelik uygulamalı çalışmalar. Öğrencilerin doğru ses üretmeye yönelik olarak bireysel ses özelliklerine uygun ses alıştırmaları (5'li, arpej, 6'lı, oktav ve atlamalı seslerle legato ve staccato alıştırmaları). Çalışılan etüt ve eserleri seslendirmeden önce teknik ve müzikal analizi yapmaya ilişkin bilgi ve davranışlar. Bireysel ses özelliklerine uygun olarak, rejistr geçişlerinin doğal ve kolay yapılmasına ilişkin teknik çalışmaları, ses etütleri ve eserlerde uygulayarak rezonans geliştirme çalışmaları. Ses alıştırmaları ve ses etütleri ile kazanılan doğru ses kullanmaya ilişkin davranışları, düzeye uygun eserlerde uygulama ve pekiştirme. Ses özelliği, teknik ve sınıf düzeyi göz önünde bulundurularak repertuar belirleme, buna uygun müzikalite ve yorum (f, mf ve p gibi nüanslarla, moderato, andante gibi hareket terimleriyle ) çalışmaları.

MUS1007Okul Enstrümanları I
Gitar: Bu derste farklı okul enstrümanlarını (Gitar) yakından tanımak ve çalmasını öğrenmek. Çeşitli eğitim müziklerini seslendirebilmek ve yorumlayabilmek. Farklı okul enstrümanlarıyla toplu olarak çalmayı öğrenmek. Bağlama : Bağlama çalgısı hakkında genel bilgiler, bağlamanın okul-müzik eğitimindeki yeri ve önemi, bağlamada akord çeşitleri ve yaygın kullanılan akord çeşitleri, bağlama ile doğru oturuş ve tutuş pozisyonu, sağ ve sol el tutuşları. Halk müziği ses sistemi ve bağlamalarda kullanılan perdeler, halk müziğinde çok kullanılan Uşşak ve Hüseyni başta olmak üzere makamlar hakkında kısa bilgi, bu makamlardaki kolay ve basit ezgilerden başlamak üzere diğer makamlarla da ilgili ezgileri çalma. Basit ezgilerle yaygın kullanılan makamlarla eş zamanlı olarak, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ve 10 zamanlı usullerle yazılmış ezgileri çalma, okul-müzik eğitiminde kullanılabilecek ezgileri, ezgileri toplu çalma, bağlamada orta ve üst teli kullanma. Soprano Blokflüt: Çalgının özellikleri, yapılışı ve aile içindeki konumu, ses alanı ve olanakları. Okul müzik eğitiminde kullanılma nedenleri, tutuş, üfleme ve ses üretme teknikleri. Küçük ölçekli ezgileri çalma. Şarkı, türkü, marş ve çeşitli eğitim müziklerinde uygulamalı çalışmalar.

MUS1008Okul Enstrümanları II
Bağlama : Bağlama çalgısının genel tanıtımı, bağlamanın okul-müzik eğitimindeki yeri ve önemi, bağlamada akord çeşitleri ve yaygın kullanılan akord çeşitleri. Bağlama ile doğru oturuş ve tutuş pozisyonu, sağ ve sol el tutuşları. Halk müziği ses sistemi ve bağlamalarda kullanılan perdeler, halk müziğinde çok kullanılan Uşşak ve Hüseyni başta olmak üzere makamlar hakkında bilgi, bu makamlardaki kolay ve basit ezgilerden başlamak üzere diğer makamlarla da ilgili ezgileri çalma. Basit ezgilerle yaygın kullanılan makamlarla eş zamanlı olarak, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ve 10 zamanlı usullerle yazılmış ezgileri çalma. Okul-müzik eğitiminde kullanılabilecek ezgiler, ezgileri toplu çalabilme becerisi, bağlamada orta ve üst tel kullanımı. Gitar: Gitar çalgısının genel özellikleri, gitarla doğru oturuş ve tutuş pozisyonu, gitarın akordunu ve basit arpejleri yapma. Küçük ölçekli ezgileri çalma. Okul şarkılarını solo ve gitar eşliğiyle çalma, I. pozisyondaki temel akorlar, okul şarkılarına akorla eşlik etme. Soprano Blokflüt: Çalgının tanıtımı, yapılışı ve aile içindeki konumu, ses alanı ve olanakları. Okul müzik eğitiminde kullanılma nedenleri, tutuş, üfleme ve ses üretme teknikleri. Küçük ölçekli ezgileri çalma. Şarkı, türkü, marş ve çeşitli eğitim müziklerinde uygulamalı çalışmalar.

MUS1009Müziksel İşitme Okuma Ve Yazma I
Bu derste sesin fiziksel özelliklerine ilişkin temel bilgiler, müzik dilinin öğeleri (ritim, melodi, hız, gürlük, ölçü, dizi, tonalite, biçim, tür, örgü, doku, anlatım-yorum-stil) yatay ve dikey aralıklar, ikişerli ölçülerde bir bemollü ve bir diyezli tonlarda birlik, ikilik, dörtlük, sekizlik ve onaltılık ritimlerde tek sesli ezgi okumak ve yazmak. Majör, minör, diminished ve augmented akor kuruluşlarını duyabilmek ve tanımlayabilmek.

MUS1010Müziksel İşitme Okuma Ve Yazma II
İkişerli ve üçerli ölçülerde iki diyez-iki bemollü majör - minör tonlarda, pentatonik dizilerde, tampere hüseyni ve karcığar makamlarında tek sesli ve iki sesli düzeye uygun okuma, yazma, çözümleme ve yaratma uygulamaları, tonal üç sesli akorların kök ve çevrimleriyle okuma , yazma ve çözümleme uygulamaları.

MUS1011Armoni Konturpuan Eşlik I
Bu dersin içeriği birçok akor kuruluşunu ve yazılışını çevrimleriyle tam teşekkürlü öğrenmek. Kurallarına göre dört sesli konturpuan yazmak. J.S.Bach'ın dört bölümlü Chorale armonizasyonlarını incelemek, çözümlemek ve değerlendirmektir.

MUS1012Koro I
Koroda ses eğitiminin hedefleri doğrultusunda bireye, bedensel ve zihinsel olarak hazır olma, doğru duruş, bedensel gevşeme , esneklik ve ruhsal rahatlama alışkanlığı kazandırılmasına yönelelik uygulamalar (birlikte soluk alma, tutma , verme, uzun ve kısa- kesik soluklar, farklı dinamiklerde soluk alıştırmaları). Doğru solunuma dayalı olarak ses üretme, (fonasyon) sesi doğru yerde ve doğru bir entonasyonla kullanma, rezonans bölgelerinde büyüterek zenginleştirme, koro ile kaynaşık (homojen) ses elde etme çalışmaları (ses-soluk bağlantılı alıştırmalar). Doğru, birlikte ve kaynaşık dil ve konuşma çalışmaları (diksiyon, artikülasyon, vb.). Öğrencileri ses özelliklerine göre gruplandırarak ses grupları arasında tını ve uyum sağlama alıştırmaları. Ses-soluk-söz bağlantısını sağlayıcı alıştırmalar ve bunları sınıf düzeyine uygun olan koro eserlerinde ( kanon, tek sesli, iki sesli , üç sesli ve küçük ölçekli dört sesli eserler) uygulama. Koro kültürü, koro disiplini ve iletişim konularında bilgi ve bakış açısı kazanma.

MUS1014Armoni Konturpuan Eşlik II
Temel durumda D7'li ve D9'lu akor bağlanışları. Yan dereceler kırık ve genişletilmiş kadans bağlantıları, marş armoni, verilen bas ve soprano partilerini çok seslendirme. Bu bağlantılarla piyanoda okul şarkılarını eşlikleme. Okul şarkılarında iki seslilik konuları ve uygun eserlerin armonik analizi.

MUS2001Enstrüman III
Gitar: Bireysel teknik ve müzikal gelişimin devamı için apoyando, tirando, arpej, bare ve legato (çıkıcı-inici) çalışmaları ve bu teknikleri içeren uygun etüt ve müzikal parçaları seslendirme, üç oktav tek ses dizilerle çalışma, klasik gitar müziği dağarından seçilen çeşitli dönemlere ait eserleri dinleme, bu eserlerin yorum özellikleri, estetik, müzikalite ve yorum kavramları üzerine tartışma. Keman: Becerileri pekiştirici çalışmalar, sağ elde karmaşık yay teknikleri ve uygulamalar, dört telde değişik sol el becerilerini içeren çalışmalar ve yeni bir konuma geçiş. Bulunulan konumda değişik parmak düşürme ve çabuklaştırma çalışmalar, dört teli kapsayan karma yay kullanımı uygulamaları, detaşe ve legato tekniklerini geliştirme, vibratoya ilişkin temel bilgiler, teknik ve müzikal becerileri kapsayan düzeye uygun ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirme. Flüt: Üçüncü oktavda ses üretme ve yeni parmak düzenleri. Dil, parmak ve nefes çalışmaları, çift dil tekniği, ton geliştirmeye yönelik egzersizler, vibratoya ilişkin temel bilgiler, ilgili eserlerle uygulamalı çalışmalar. Diatonik ve kromatik diziler, bu diziler üzerinde arpej çalışmaları, Barok, Klasik ve Romantik dönemlerden düzeye uygun ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirme.

MUS2002Enstrüman IV
Gitar: Bireysel teknik ve müzikal gelişimin devamı için apoyando, tirando, arpej, bare, legato (çıkıcı-inici) ve süsleme (çarpma, apogiatür) teknikleri, bu teknikleri içeren uygun etüt ve müzikal parçaları seslendirme, üç oktav tek ses diziler, hız terimleri ve nüans hareketleri uygulamalar ve bu teknikleri içeren, uygun Rönesans, Barok, Klasik ve Romantik dönemlerden eserleri seslendirme. Keman: Konumda öğrenilen becerileri pekiştirme, öğrenilecek yeni konumda kalıcı ve geçişli çalışmalar, martele ve staccato yay teknikleri. Farklı konumlarda kalıcı ve geçişli olarak çalma, öğrenilen teknikleri yeni konumda uygulama, martele ve staccato yay tekniklerini uygulama, dört teli kapsayan değişik tonlarda dizi çalışmaları, teknik ve müzikal becerileri kapsayan düzeye uygun ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirme. Flüt: Temel teknikler içeren etütlerin devamına ek olarak, müzik terimleriyle ilgili etüd ve eserleri seslendirme. Müzik dönemleri hakkında genel bilgi, çalışılan parçaların dönem özelliklerine uygun olarak süsleme ve nüanslar. Düzeye uygun solo, düet ve piyano eşlikli ulusal ve evrensel eserleri yorumlama.

MUS2003Piyano III
Temel piyano tekniklerinden legato ve staccato tekniklerine ek olarak portato tekniği, uygun etüt ve eserlerle tekniklerin uygulanması. Dizi ve kadanslarla birlikte, pedal ve arpej çalışmaları. Düzeye uygun etüt ve değişik döneme ait ulusal ve evrensel eserleri çalma. Sonatin formunun tanıtımı, düzeye uygun sonatinleri çalma.

MUS2004Piyano IV
Teknik çalışmalar (dizi, kadans ve arpej) sürdürme. Kazanılan teknik davranışları etütlerle pekiştirme. Müzik dönemleri hakkında ayrıntılı bilgi, çalışılan parçaların dönem özellikleri. Barok, Klasik, Romantik ve Çağdaş Dönem (ulusal ve evrensel) eserlerini çalma. Çalışılan eserlerdeki tempoların, eserlerin orjinaline yakın bir tempoda çalınabilmesi için gerekli çalışmalar, bu çalışmalar sırasında metronomla çalışma disiplini kazanma. Aksak ölçülerin tanıtımı ve küçük ölçekli ulusal parçaları çalma.

MUS2005Bireysel Ses Eğitimi III
Birinci yılda öğrenilen doğru ses üretme, kullanma ve korumaya yönelik davranışları, ulusal ve evrensel ses eğitimi dağarına ilişkin eserlerde uygulayarak repertuar geliştirme. Sesi güçlendirmeye ve ses sınırlarını genişletmeye yönelik ses alıştırmaları ve ses etütleri çalışmaları (oktav, 9'lu, 12'li, sıralı ve atlamalı seslerle legato ve staccato çalışmaları). Müzik öğretmenliğinin gerekleri doğrultusunda, öğrencilerinin seslerini, bulundukları yaş ve eğitim düzeyini dikkate alarak kullandırma becerisi kazandırmaya ilişkin bilgi ve uygulamalar. Erken çocukluk, çocukluk, ergenlik ve gençlik dönemi ile ses değişim dönemindeki (mutasyon) ses özellikleri. Bu dönemlere uygun ses eğitimi çalışmaları, öğrencilerin teknik ve müzikal problemlerinin giderilmesine yönelik çalışmalar.

MUS2006Bireysel Ses Eğitimi IV
Bireysel ses eğitimi yoluyla kazanılan temel davranışları, teknik düzey ile öğrencinin ses özelliklerini dikkate alarak seçilen repertuar üzerinde uygulama. Çalışılan etüt ve eserleri seslendirmeden önce teknik ve müzikal analizine ilişkin bilgiler, gerekli davranışları uygulama alışkanlığı kazandırma çalışmaları. Bireysel çalgısını şan olarak devam ettirmek isteyen, ses ve teknik açıdan uygun öğrencilerin bu alana yönlendirilmesine ilişkin özel teknik ve repertuar çalışmaları. Müzik öğretmenliği mesleğinin gereği olarak, genel müzik eğitiminde öğrencilerin eğitim ve yaş düzeylerine uygun ses eğitimi çalışmaları ile repertuar belirleme ve buna uygun öğretim yöntemlerini kullanma (okul şarkıları, İstiklal marşı, marşlar, ve halk türküleri).

MUS2007Okul Enstrümanları III
Bağlama: Bağlama çalgısının genel olarak tanıtılması; Bağlamanın okul-müzik eğitimindeki yeri ve önemi; Bağlamada akord çeşitleri ve yaygın kullanılan akord çeşitlerinin öğretilmesi; Bağlama ile doğru oturuş ve tutuş pozisyonunu kavrayabilme, sağ ve sol el tutuşlarının öğretilmesi; Halk müziği ses sistemi ve bağlamalarda kullanılan perdeler; Halk müziğinde çok kullanılan Uşşak. ve Hüseyni,başta olmak üzere makamlar hakkında kısaca bilgi, bu makamlardaki kolay ve basit ezgilerden başlamak üzere diğer makamlarla da ilgili ezgilerin öğretilmesi; Basit ezgilerle yaygın kullanılan makamlarla eş zamanlı olarak, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, ve 10 zamanlı usullerle yazılmış ezgilerin öğretilmesi; Okul-müzik eğitiminde kullanılabilecek ezgilerin öğretilmesi; Ezgileri toplu çalabilme becerilerinin kazandırılması; Bağlamada orta ve üst tel kullanımının öğretilmesi. Gitar: Gitarın genel özellikleri, gitarla doğru oturuş ve tutuş pozisyonu alma, gitarın akordunu ve basit arpejleri yapma. Küçük ölçekli ezgileri çalma. Okul şarkılarını solo olarak çalma. I. pozisyondaki temel akorlar, okul şarkılarına akorla eşlik etme. Soprano Blokflüt: Çalgının tanıtımı, yapılışı ve aile içindeki konumu, ses alanı ve olanakları. Okul müzik eğitiminde kullanılma nedenleri, tutuş, üfleme ve ses üretme teknikleri. Küçük ölçekli ezgileri çalma. Şarkı, türkü, marş ve çeşitli eğitim müziklerinde uygulamalı çalışma.

MUS2008Müziksel İşitme Okuma Ve Yazma IV
Tüm ölçülerde, dört ve beş diyez - bemollü tonlar ile tampere hicaz, zirgüleli hicaz, nikriz makamlarında, teksesli ve iki sesli düzeye uygun ezgi okuma,yazma, çözümleme ve yaratma uygulamaları, dominant yedili akoru ve diğer Dört sesli akorlara ilişkin uygulamaları, süs notaları, modülasyon bilgisi.

MUS2009Müziksel İşitme Okuma Ve Yazma III
İkişerli, üçerli ve aksak ölçülerde üç diyez - üç bemollü tonlar ile tampere rast, nihavent, kürdi makamlarında tek sesli ve iki sesli düzeye uygun ezgi okuma, yazma, çözümleme ve yaratma uygulamaları, alterasyon, dominant yedilisi akoru temel ve çevrimleri, çözümleri ve uygulamalı çalışmalar.

MUS2010Koro III
Ruhsal ve bedensel yumuşama ile birlikte solunumu güçlendirmeye yönelik çalışmalar, (birlikte soluk alıp verme, uzun soluklu, kesik kesik, soluk dinamiklerine dayalı alıştırmalar), Ses- soluk bağlantısını güçlendirme ve geliştirmeye yönelik çalışmalar. Seslendirilen eserlerde yapılan cümlelemelerde ses-soluk-söz bağlantısını kurma. Eserlerin seslendirilmesinde ses grupları arasındaki denge ve bütünlüğün sağlanmasına yönelik çalışmalar. Sınıf düzeyine uygun eserleri, içerdiği müzikal dinamik özelliklerine dikkat ederek seslendirme ve yorumlama. Koro eğitiminde kazandırılan teknik ve müzikal birikimi sergilemek üzere konser programı hazırlama ve sunma.

MUS2011Armoni Konturpuan Eşlik III
Majör ve minor dizilerde yan derecelerin yapısı ve özelliklerini kavrayabilme. VI. derece akoru ve işlevini kavrayabilme ve akora ait bağlantılar yapabilme. II. derece akoru ve işlevini kavrayabilme ve akora ait bağlantılar yapabilme. II7 akorunun kök ve çevrimlerini kavrayabilme ve akorlara ait bağlantılar yapabilme. Altere akorları kavrayabilme ve akorlara ait bağlantılar yapabilme. Armonik majör dizinin IV. ve II. dereceye olan etkisini kavrayabilme ve belirtilen akorlara ait bağlantılar yapabilme. VII7 akorunun kök ve çevrimlerini kavrayabilme ve akorlara ait bağlantılar yapabilme. D9 ve II9 akorlarını kavrayabilme ve akorlara ait bağlantılar yapabilme. Minörde Napoliten 6'lı akoru ve işlevini kavrayabilme ve akora ait bağlantılar yapabilme.

MUS2012Armoni Konturpuan Eşlik IV
Natürel minör ve Frijik tetrakord -Diyatonik Sekvensler ve Yardımcı Yedili Akorlar -Kadansta Çift Dominantlar -Cümle içinde ve Kadansta Çift Dominantlar -Alterasyonlu Çift Dominantlar -Diyatonik akraba tonlara Yönelmeler -Kromatik Sekvensler -Diyatonik Akraba Tonlara Modülasyonlar -Akor dışı sesler -Dominant gurubu akorlarında alterasyonlar -Subdominant grubu akorlarında alterasyonlar -Napoliten altılısı -Pedal -Majör-minör sistemleri (aynı adlı akorlarla zenginleştirme) -Elipsiz

MUS2013Koro II
(Ruhsal ve bedensel yumuşama ile birlikte solunumu güçlendirmeye yönelik çalışmalar (birlikte soluk alıp verme, uzun soluklu, kesik kesik, nefes dinamiklerine dayalı alıştırmalar). Ses gruplarıyla ( soprano, alto, tenor, bas) ses sınırları ve özelliklerine uygun olarak birlikte ve ayrı ayrı ses alıştırmaları. Belirlenen eserin teknik ve müzikal analizi ve eserin partilerini ses gruplarınca ayrı ayrı çalışma, birleştirme. Eserde ( partisyon) ses gruplarının karşılaştığı teknik zorlukların çözümüne ilişkin çalışmalar. Eserin seslendirilmesinde ses gruplarının birbirleriyle ve koro şefi ile uyumunu sağlama (birlikte soluk alma, verme, soluk denetimini sağlama, kaynaşık ses üretme, anlaşılır konuşma, nüans yapma). Sınıf düzeyine uygun eserler seslendirme.

MUS2014Genel Müzik Tarihi
Müzik eserlerini dönemlere göre stil özellikleri açısından tanıyabilme. Oda müziği topluluklarının kuruluşunu açıklayabilme, seslendirme yapan toplulukları tanıyabilme. Büyük çalgı topluluklarının (senfoni orkestrası) kuruluşunu açıklayabilme. Müzik eserlerini biçim (form) açısından çözümleyebilme. Dönemlere göre müzik türlerini tanıyabilme ve açıklayabilme. Polifonik stil ile homofonik stil arasındaki farkı açıklayabilme ve bu tarzda yazılmış eserleri tanıyabilme. Dönemlere göre bestecileri ve onların başlıca eserlerini tanıyabilme. Vokal ve çalgısal müzik alanlarında yazılan eserleri gruplandırabilme, açıklayabilme. 20. Yüzyıl müziğini stil özellikleri ile açıklayabilme. Sanatçının toplumsal konumunu dönemlere gore açıklayabilme, örnekler verebilme.

MUS2015Geleneksel Türk Halk Müziği
Türk Halk Müziğinin tarihi gelişimi, halk müziği derleme çalışmaları, Cumhuriyet döneminde halk müziğinin kurumsallaşması, halk müziğinin müzik eğitimindeki yeri ve önemi, genel folklor bilgisi, halk müziğinin folklorun diğer alanlarıyla olan ilişkileri, halk müziğinin yayıldığı alanlar ve bölgelerden otantik ezgi örneklerini dinleme, halk müziğinin günümüzde kullanılan çalgıları, halk müziğinin ezgi yapısı, makam yapısı ve usuller, öncelikli olarak Hüseyni ve Uşşak makamından başlamak üzere Hicaz, Kürdi, Acem kürdi, Muhayyer kürdi, Saba, Evç, Karcığar, Hüzzam, Neva, Beyati, Rast, Segah, Muhayyer, Nikriz, Buselik, Nihavent, Gülizar, Kürdili Hicazkar ve diğer makamlar ve örnekler. Halk müziğinde tür ve biçimler, Hoyrat, Maya, Divan, Bozlak, Gurbet Havası, Yol Havası, Barak Havası, Zeybek, Halay, Karşılama v.b. karakteristik özellik arzeden ezgi örneklerini dinleme. Öğrenilen makamları kendi çalgılarında uygulama ve seslendirme becerilerinin kazandırılması.

MUS2016Geleneksel Türk Halk Müziği Uygulaması
Basit ve kolay ezgilerden başlamak üzere halk türkülerini makamlarla ilişkilendirerek sözlü ve sözsüz olarak seslendirme. Çeşitli yörelerden türkü örnekleri, Halk Türkülerinin doğru icra edilmesini destekleyici otantik ve karakteristik ezgi örnekleri dinleme, Halk Müziğinde yaygın olarak kullanılan Hüseyni ve Uşşak makamları başta olmak üzere Hicaz, Kürdi, Acem kürdi, Muhayyer kürdi,Saba, Evç, Karcığar, Hüzzam, Neva, Beyati, Rast, Segah, Muhayyer, Nikriz, Buselik, Nihavent, Gülizar, Kürdili Hicazkar ve diğer makamlardaki ezgileri seslendirme, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 zamanlı usullerle ilişkili ezgi örneklerini seslendirme. Okul müzik eğitiminde yararlanılabilecek ezgilerin seçimi ve öğretimi, toplu ezgi söyleme çalışmaları. Öğrenilen ezgileri kendi çalgılarında çalma uygulamaları.

MUS2017Müzik Kültürü
İnsan ve kültür. İnsan ve müzik kültürü. Müziğin tanımı, kökeni, oluşumu ve evrimi. Müzik teriminin kökeni, oluşumu ve Türkçeleşimi. Müziğin temel öğeleri. Müzikte niteliğin belirleyicileri. Geçmişten günümüze müzik yazısı (nota). Müziğin insan yaşamındaki işlevleri. Müziksel iletişim ve öğeleri. İlkçağ uygarlıklarından günümüze müzik kültürleri. Türk ve Dünya müzik kültürleri.

MUS3001Enstrüman V
Gitar: Bireysel teknik ve müzikal gelişimin devamı için apoyando, tirando, arpej, bare, legato (çıkıcı-inici) ve süsleme (çarpma, apogiatür, mordant, grupetto), glisando teknikleri, bu teknikleri içeren uygun etüt ve müzikal parçaları seslendirme, üç oktav tek ses diziler, pizzicato, tremolo, rasquado ve golpe tekniklerine giriş, bu teknikleri içeren uygun alıştırma ve etütler, Rönesans, Barok, Klasik, Romantik ve Çağdaş dönemlerden eserleri seslendirme. Keman: Öğrenilen teknik, bilgi ve becerileri bir yeni konumda kalıcı ve geçişli çalışmalarla pekiştirme, yeni bir konumda kalıcı ve geçişli olarak çalma, detaşe, legato, martele ve staccato yay tekniklerini yeni konumda karma olarak uygulama, öğrenilen konumları kapsayan değişik tonlardaki dizileri değişik yay teknikleriyle çalma teknik ve müzikal becerileri kapsayan düzeye uygun ulusal ve evrensel boyuttaki eserleri seslendirme. Flüt: Üçlü dil tekniği, Konçerto formu. Deşifre çalışmaları. Küçük ölçekli parçalar üzerinde ezber çalışmaları.Teknik etütleri ve gamları metronomla değişik hız ve artikülasyonlarla çalma, entonasyon çalışmaları ve yapılan bu çalışmaları eser ve etütler üzerinde uygulama.

MUS3002Enstrüman VI
Gitar: Apoyando, tirando, arpej, bare, legato (çıkıcı-inici) ve süsleme (çarpma, apogiatür, mordant, grupetto), glisando teknikleri ve bu teknikleri içeren etüt ve eserler; üç oktav tek ses diziler; pizzicato, tremolo, rasquado ve golpe tekniklerini içeren alıştırma ve etütler; Rönesans, Barok, Klasik, Romantik ve Çağdaş dönemlerden eserler. Keman: Teknik, bilgi ve becerileri yeni bir konumda kalıcı ve farklı konumlarda geçişli olarak pekiştirme çalışmaları, vibratonun geliştirilmesine yönelik sol el çalışmaları, spiccato yay tekniğini uygulama, öğrenilen konumları kapsayan değişik tonlardaki dizileri değişik yay teknikleriyle çalma, teknik ve müzikal becerileri kapsayan uygun ulusal ve evrensel eserler. Flüt: Türk ritim ve ezgilerini çalma, deşifre çalışmaları, basit makamlarda entonasyon, uygun piyano eşlikli eserlerin analizi ve eserler üzerinde yorum çalışmaları.

MUS3003Piyano V
Dizi, kadans ve arpej çalışmaları, pedal çalışmaları. Parmak, bilek ve önkol staccatolar için örnek çalışmalar, öğrenilen teknik davranışları içeren, değişik kaynaklardan etütler, Barok ve Klasik dönem süslemeleri eserler üzerinde uygulama. Barok Dönem polifonik yapıtlarının (prelüd, suit, envansiyon vb) tanıtımı. Klasik, Romantik ve Çağdaş dönemlerden düzeye uygun eserleri seslendirme. Okul müziği eşlikleri ve başta İstiklal Marşı olmak üzere marş eşlikleri çalışılmaları.

MUS3004Piyano VI
Dizi, kadans ve arpej çalışmaları, çift ses çalışmaları (üçlü, altılı vb). Değişik teknikleri içeren düzeye uygun etütleri orijinal tempolarına yakın olarak çalma. Barok eserleri, sonat formunun tanıtımı, kolay sonatlarla çalışmalar. Farklı dönemlere ait eserleri biçimsel analizlerini yaparak çalışma ve seslendirme. Okul müziği eşlikleri.

MUS3005Müziksel İşitme Okuma Ve Yazma V
Tüm ölçülerde ve tüm majör - minör tonlar ile tampere segah, hüzzam, saba makamlarında tek sesli ve iki- üç sesli, düzeye uygun ezgi okuma, yazma, çözümleme ve yaratma uygulamaları; üç sesli, dört sesli, beş sesli (dominant dokuzlu) tonal akorlarla uygulamalar; Orta Çağ modları ile uygulamalar.

MUS3006Müziksel İşitme Okuma Ve Yazma VI
Caz müziği dizileri, 20. yüzyıl müziği ve atonalite bilgisi ve düzeye uygun ezgi okuma, yazma, çözümleme, yaratma uygulamaları; popüler müzikte ve caz müziğinde kullanılan akor şifreleri ile uygulamaları, müziksel işitme okuma öğretim yöntem ve tekniklerini kapsar.

MUS3007Koro IV
Ruhsal ve bedensel rahatlama ile birlikte solunumu güçlendirmeye yönelik çalışmalar yapma ( birlikte soluk alıp verme, uzun soluklu, kesik kesik, nefes dinamiklerine dayalı alıştırmalar). Farklı dinamiklerde ses üretme , koroda ses bütünlüğü ve tını kazandırmaya yönelik rezonans çalışmaları. Alt, orta ve üst ses bölgelerini ( rejistre) birleştiren , alt ve üst ses sınırlarını genişleten ve sese çeviklik ( ajilite) kazandıran alıştırmalar üzerinde çalışma. Aralık ve entonasyon çalışmaları. Deşifreyi geliştirici yöntemler uygulama. Türk ve dünya koro literatüründen örnekler seslendirme ve özelliklerine göre yorumlama. ilköğretim, lise ile mesleki müzik eğitimi kapsamında Anadolu Güzel Sanatlar Liselerine yönelik olarak farklılıklar hakkında bilgi ve uygulamalı çalışmalar.

MUS3008Koro V
Solunumu güçlendirme ve uzun cümlelemelerde soluk denetimi kurmaya yönelik çalışmalar. (birlikte soluk alıp verme, uzun soluklu, kesik kesik, soluk dinamiklerine dayalı alıştırmalar). Ses soluk- söz bağlantılı alıştırmalar yoluyla koroda anlaşılır ve bağdaşık konuşma becerisi kazandıran çalışmalar. Temel ve ileri düzeyde toplu ses eğitimi uygulamaları, Müzik öğretmenliğinin gereklerini göz önünde bulundurarak farklı tür, biçim ve kültürleri kapsayan repertuar oluşturma. Koroda kazanılan teknik ve müzikal birikimi sergilemek üzere konser programı hazırlama, sunma ve koro etkinliklerini toplumla paylaşma.

MUS3009Eğitim Müziği Dağarı
İlköğretim ve orta öğretime yönelik genel müzik eğitiminin hedeflerine uygun olarak başta ders içi olmak üzere ders dışı, okul içi ve dışındaki tüm müziksel etkinliklerin verimli ve etkili bir şekilde yürütülmesi için ilk ve orta öğretim müzik programlarında öngörülen amaçların öğrenciye kazandırılmasında ve geliştirilmesinde eğitim-öğretim malzemesi olarak kullanılmak üzere belli amaçlar, eğitim-öğretim ilkeleri ve estetik ölçütlere uygun olarak seçilen örnekler.

MUS3010Orkestra/oda Müziği II
Orkestra: Orkestra ile ilgili, Çağdaş Türk Müziği ve Evrensel müzik eserlerinden bir dağarcık oluşturma. Oda Müziği: Çağdaş Türk müziği eserlerinden örnekleri çalışma. Oda müziği topluluklarını yönetmek için gerekli özellikleri uygulama. Düzeye uygun eserlerin seslendirilmesi sırasında yönetim denemeleri yapma.

MUS3011Orkestra/oda Müziği I
Orkestra: Müzik yoluyla anlama, anlatma, dinleme, yaratma gücünü geliştirme, Klasik ve folklorik türleriyle Türk müziği ve Batı müziği arasındaki fark ve benzerlikler, Türk müziğinin Dünya müziği içindeki yeri. Müziksel duyarlılık, düşünme, yorumlama ve yaratma becerileri. Müziğin tüm dünyadaki tek ortak dil olduğunu kavrayabilme; Müziğin temel kavramları müzik dili ve müzik dilinin önemi. Orkestra ile ilgili, Çağdaş Türk Müziği ve Evrensel müzik eserlerinden örnekler; zamanı verimli kullanma, tek başına ve grup içinde sorumluluk alma, disiplinli çalışma alışkanlığı kazanama. Ülkemizi ulusal ve uluslar arası müzik etkinliklerinde temsil etme, müzik yoluyla milli birlik ve beraberlik bilincini geliştirme. Yakın çevresindeki müzik etkinliklerini izleme alışkanlığı kazanma, Atatürk'ün çağdaş Türk müziğine ilişkin görüş ve düşünceleri. Oda Müziği: Birlikte müzik yapmanın zevkine ve bilincini oluşturma çalışmaları, Türk ve dünya müziklerinden alınan örnek eserleri, ses özelliklerine ve düzeylerine uygun olarak çalma. Eserlerin zor bölümlerini birlikte çalışarak, eserleri daha iyi seslendirme ve kendini geliştirme. Dayanışma ve birlikte iş yapabilme duygusunu ortaya çıkarma. Dönem başında daha kolay, sonraki zamanlarda daha zor eserleri çalışma. Eserleri dönemlerin özelliklerine göre seslendirme. Çalışılan repertuar ile konserler düzenleme.

MUS3012Enstrüman Bakım Ve Onarım Bilgisi
Ses ve çalgı tanımları. Çalgıların sınıflandırılması. Çalgılardan ses elde etme yöntemleri. Üniversitelerin Eğitim Fakülteleri Müzik Öğretmenliği Bölümleri'nde ve Anadolu Güzel Sanatlar Liselerinin Müzik Bölümleri'nde öğretimi yapılan ulusal ve evrensel çalgıların (Piyano, keman, viyola, viyolonsel, kontrbas, gitar, flüt, bağlama vb.) tarihçeleri (gelişim evreleri). Çalgıların yapıları. Çalgıları oluşturan parçalar. Çalgıların ölçüleri. Çalgı yapımcıları, okulları ve işlevleri. Adı geçen çalgıların akort sistemlerinin gelişim evreleri, elektronik çalgıların yapıları, çalgıların doğru kullanılışları, bakımları ve uygulamalı olarak onarımları.

MUS3013Eşlik Çalma
Okul müziği eşliklerini ve temel oda müziği repertuarını tanıma ve çalma.

MUS3014Müzik Biçimleri
Biçim kavramı ve gerekliliği, müzikte biçimin temel ögeleri, motif cümle, dönem (periyod) ve aralarındaki ilişkiler; Klasik Batı müziğinde kullanılan şarkı formları, çeşitleme, suit, rondo, sonat, sonat allegro formu, füg, diğer tür ve biçimler. Geleneksel Türk Halk ve Sanat Müziği ve Uluslararası Popüler Müzikte biçimler.

MUS3015Türk Müziği Tarihi
Türk müziği tarihinin, önemli besteci ve yorumcularının incelenmesi. Türk müziği tarihindeki önemli eserlerin incelenmesi ve çalışılması.

MUS3016Özel Öğretim Yöntemleri II
Müzik eğitim ve öğretimine ilişkin kavram, ilke ve yöntemleri uygulama; ders içi bireysel ve toplu müzik çalışmaları düzenleme, ilköğretim ve ortaöğretim müzik dersini planlama, uygulama ve eleştirme. İlköğretim ve ortaöğretim müzik dersi öğretim programlarının incelenme, müzik öğretimi için yıllık, günlük, dönemlik, ünite planları hazırlama, ilk ve ortaöğretim müzik ders kitaplarını inceleme, planlı müzik dersi işleme ve uygulama örnekleri, bireysel ve toplu çalışmalar, müzik çalışmalarını ve etkinliklerini dinleme-izleme-eleştirme, müzik eğitiminde ölçme ve değerlendirme.

MUS3017Geleneksel Türk Sanat Müziği
GTSM'nin kökleri ve tarihsel gelişimi, Arel-Ezgi-Uzdilek ses sistemi, Makam ve Seyir, Dörtlü ve Beşliler, Tam ve yarım kalışlar, Acemaşiran, Acemkürdî, Bayatî, Bûselik, Eviç, Hicaz, Hicazkâr, Hüseynî, Hüzzam, Karcığar, Kürdilihicazkar, Mahur, Muhayyerkürdi, Muhayyer, Nihavend, Nikriz, Rast, Sabâ, Segâh, Sûznâk, Uşşâk makamları, Usûller (10 zamanlıya kadar) Formlar, Çalgılar, Besteciler ve İcracılar.

MUS3018Geleneksel Türk Sanat Müziği Uygulaması
Geleneksel Türk Sanat Müziğinin değişik dönemlerine ait sözlü ve sözsüz eserler, Şarkı, Türkü, Yürük Semai, Ağır semai, Peşrev, Saz semaisi, Longa, Oyun Havası vb. formlarda eserleri icra etme, çeşitli makamlarında eserleri koro, solo ve çalgı toplulukları ile icra etme.

MUS3019Güncel Ve Popüler Müzikler
Uluslar arası Popüler ve Sanat müziği ile ilgili temel kavramlar, dünyada varolan müzik kültürlerini araştırma, evrensel müzik edebiyatında kalıcı yerini alarak popüler olmuş müzik kültürleri hakkında açıklamalar, evrensel müzik edebiyatında kalıcı yerini almış eserleri; plak, video, bant ve CD gibi seslendirme araçları ile dinleme, kütüphane, arşiv ve çeşitli ülkelerin ülkemizdeki temsilcilikleri ve kültür merkezlerinden yararlanarak araştırmaları yapma, popüler ve sanat müziğinin Türk Müzik Eğitimindeki yeri, önemi ve katkılarını yorumlamak. Sonuçta bir master dökümüne ulaşarak, yapılan tüm çalışmaları değerlendirme.

MUS3020Elektronik Org Eğitimi
Elektronik org hakkında genel bilgiler, majör, minör, caz, vb. dizi ve akor ilişkilerine yönelik bilgiler, okul şarkılarına eşlik etme bilgi ve becerileri.

MUS3021Özel Öğretim Yöntemleri I
Alana özgü temel kavramlar ve bu kavramların alan öğretimiyle ilişkisi, alanının başta Anayasa ve Milli Eğitim Temel Yasası olmak üzere yasal dayanakları, alan öğretiminin genel amaçları, kullanılan yöntem, teknik, araç-gereç ve materyaller. İlgili Öğretim Programının incelenmesi(amaç, kazanım, tema, ünite, etkinlik, v.b.). Ders, öğretmen ve öğrenci çalışma kitabı örneklerinin incelenmesi ve değerlendirilmesi.

MUS4001Enstrüman VII
Gitar: Apoyando, tirando, arpej, bare, legato (çıkıcı-inici) ve süsleme (çarpma, apogiatür, mordant, grupetto), glisando teknikleri ve bu teknikleri içeren teknik düzey paralelinde etüt ve eserler, üç oktav tek ses diziler, öğrencinin teknik düzeyine uygun pizzicato, tremolo, rasquado ve golpe tekniklerini içeren alıştırma ve etütler, Rönesans, Barok, Klasik, Romantik ve Çağdaş dönemlerden eserler, müzikal ve teknik sorunların giderilmesi için etüt ve eserler üzerinde teknik ve müzikal çözümleme etkinlikleri. Keman: Teknik, bilgi ve becerileri yeni bir konumda kalıcı ve geçişli olarak pekiştirici çalışmalar. Yeni bir konumda kalıcı ve geçişli olarak çalma, yay tekniklerini yeni konumda uygulama, öğrenilen konumlara ilişkin dizileri değişik yay teknikleriyle çalma, spiccato yay tekniği, teknik ve müzikal becerileri kapsayan uygun ulusal ve evrensel eserler. Flüt: Teknik bilgi ve becerileri pekiştirici çalışmalar. Çağdaş döneme ait eserlerin tanıtımı, seslendirilmesi ve yorumlanması. Dünya flüt dağarcığından seçilen solo, düet ve trio eserleri inceleme, ortaöğretim programına uygun okul şarkılarını ve İstiklal Marşını çalma. Flüt eserlerinin üzerine transpoze çalışmaları yapma.

MUS4002Enstrüman Ve Öğretimi VIII
Gitar: Gitarda çift ses gam çalışmaları ile teknik eksikleri giderme. Bireysel Çalgı Eğitimi (gitar) amaçlarını ve ilkelerini eğitim müziğinde de kullanma, ilgili alıştırma etüt ve eserlerle eğitsel alanda temel olacak prensipleri kazanma, mevcut repertuarı bireysel gelişmeye bağlı olarak değerlendirme ve zenginleştirme. Keman: 8. ve daha yüksek konumlar, bu konumları kapsayan ileri düzeylerde alıştırma ve etütlerin öğretimi. 2 sesli aralıkların, 3 ve 4 sesli akorların çalınma teknikleri. Pizzikato (ditme) tekniği ve sol elle ditme, flajöle (flütsü, ıslıksı) vb. teknikler. 4 teli kapsayan 3 oktav içerisindeki ileri düzeydeki dizileri değişik yay teknikleriyle çalma. "Keman Öğretim Yöntemlerini" uygulama. Öğrenilen konumları kapsayan okul şarkıları, ulusal ve evrensel ezgiler. Düzeye uygun sonat yada konçertoları vb. yapıtları seslendirme. Okul müzik eğitimi dağarcığında kullanılacak parçaları seçme ve çalma. Flüt: Nefes, nüans, dil hakimiyetini olabilecek en üst düzeye getirme çalışmaları. Demersseman, J.Andersen Op.15, E.Köhler Op.33 Helf I-II metotlarında çalışmalar, 7 diyez, 7 bemol'ün sonuna kadar tüm gamlarla ilgili çalınmalar. J.J.Quantz, A.Vivaldi, W.Gluck, konçertolarından herhangi birinin bir veya iki bölümünü çalma.

MUS4003Piyano VII
Paralel üçlü, altılı, onlu diziler ve kadanslarını çalma. Dizi, kadans ve arpej (dominant yedili vb) çalışmaları. Değişik teknikleri içeren uygun etütleri, orijinal tempolarına yakın olarak çalma. Önceki dönemde çalışılmaya başlanan sonatların, diğer bölümlerinin de çalışılarak eseri tamamlama. Çalışılan eserleri değişik edisyonlardan inceleme ve farklı yorumculardan dinleme. Her dönemden bir eser seçilerek oluşturulan repertuarı seslendirme. Okul müziği eşlikleri ve marş eşlikleri ile ilgili çalışmalar.

MUS4004Piyano Ve Öğretimi
Önceki dönemlerde yapılmış çalışmalar doğrultusunda çeşitli yaş gruplarına yönelik piyano öğretim metotları örnekleri ve uygulamaları içeren çalışmalar, piyano literatürünün kapsamlı tanıtımı, örneklerin incelenmesi, piyano eseri veren Türk ve yabancı besteciler. Başlangıç metotlarını incelenerek güçlü ve zayıf yönlerini saptama.

MUS4005Koro VI
Konuşma ve şarkı söylemede, solunumu farklı dinamiklerde, tempolarda ve uzun süreli cümlelemelerde denetleme ve tüm kasları gerilimden uzak, esnek, işlevsel biçimde kullanma becerisini geliştiren alıştırmalar; solunum ve gevşeme çalışmaları. Sesin doğru yerleştirilmesi, sesi tüm registerlerde doğru bir entonasyonla kullanma ve hedeflenen kaliteye ulaştırılması için ses üretimini zihinsel olarak denetleme, sesi uyanık bir dikkatle ve ölçülü bir özgüvenle kullanma becerisini geliştiren alıştırmalar; rezonans, tını, aralık, legato (bağlı) non legato (bağsız) söyleme, alt, orta ve üst registerleri birleştiren çalışmalar. Türkçenin fonetik yapısına uygun söyleyiş, artikülasyon, doğru tonlama, vurgulama becerisini geliştiren alıştırmalar; söz gereçleri, tekerlemeler ve metinler üzerinde çalışmalar. Müziksel duyarlılığı geliştirme çalışmaları. Türk ve Dünya Koro Edebiyatından uygun eserler üzerinde deşifre, seslendirme -yorumlama çalışmaları ve stil özellikleri konusunda bilgiler. İlk ve ortaöğretim öğrencilerin seslerini eğitme, müziksel beğenilerini geliştirme, ses sağlığı ve korunması konularında bilgi ve beceri kazanma. Kendi kültürümüzün ve başka kültürlerin farklı müzik türlerini ve stil özelliklerini yansıtan geniş bir repertuvar tanıtımı.

MUS4006Koro Ve Yönetimi VII
Algılama (duyma) gücünü arttırıcı çalışmalar. Tek dağar uygulayan korolar. Yazma, okuma, tasavvur gücünü arttırıcı çalışmalar. Karma dağar uygulayan korolar. Yaratma ve örnekleri. Dağara alınacak yapıtların seçiminde dikkat edilecek hususlar. Müzik bilgileri. Planlama ve örnekleri. Uygulama ile ilgili açıklamalar. Stiller (tarz, üslup). Çocuk korolarında kulak eğitimi. Müzik tarihinde stil açısından dönemler. Rönesans ve Barok dönemleri. Korolarda çabuklaştırılmış eğitim. Klasik ve romantik dönemler. Ana koroya uyum. Müzik eğitiminin önemi. Koro eğitim fişinin düzenlenmesi. Çağdaş dönem. Koro müziği yönünden değişim özellikleri, genel yönetim ve kendi kendine yönetim teknikleri ve uygulamaları.

MUS4007Orkestra/oda Müziği III
Orkestra: Orkestra ile ilgili, Çağdaş Türk Müziği ve Evrensel müzik eserlerinden bir dağarcık oluşturma. Oda Müziği: Türk ve dünya literatüründen uygun eserler. Solo eserlerin yanında düet, trio v.b. çalışmaları yaparak birlikte ve uyum içerisinde müzik yapma. Sesini doğru kullanma ve sesin korunmasının önemi. Oda müziği gruplarını yönetme. Oda müziği dersinden elde edilen bilgileri ve kazanımları diğer müzik derslerine, diğer müzik derslerinden elde edilen bilgileri ve kazanımları da oda müziği dersine transfer etme. Oluşturulan repertuar ile konserler düzenleme.

MUS4008Orkestra/oda Müziği Yönetimi
Müzik yoluyla anlama, anlatma, dinleme, yaratma gücünü geliştirebilme; Klasik ve folklorik türleriyle Türk müziği ve Batı müziği arasındaki fark ve benzerlikleri ayırt edebilme; Türk müziğinin, Dünya müziği içindeki yeri hakkında fikir ve yorum sahibi olabilme; Orkestra ile ilgili, Çağdaş Türk Müziği ve Evrensel müzik eserlerinden bir dağarcık oluşturabilme; Zamanını verimli kullanabilme; Tek başına ve grup içinde sorumluluk alabilme; Atatürk'ün çağdaş Türk müziğine ilişkin görüş ve düşüncelerini kavrayabilme. Bütün bu bilgiler çerçevesinde okul müziği dağarcığına yönelik okul orkestrası yönetim bilgilerini edinme.

MUS4009Oyun Dans Ve Müzik
Ritim, oyun, hareket ve dans ilişkisini kurarak müziksel oyunlar yaratma, müzikli çocuk oyunları, Türk Halk Dansları, farklı araçlarla ritim çalışmaları, müzik eşlikli oyun ve danslar.

MUS4010Eğitim Müziği Besteleme
Motif ve cümle yazma, çocuk şarkıları ve küçük şarkı formlarını inceleme, bu formlarda sözsüz ezgiler yazma, prozodi kuralları, sözlü şarkılar yazma, çalgı eğitimine yönelik alıştırma, etüt ve ezgi yazma çalışmaları.

MUS4011Türk Müziği Çok Seslendirme
Türk müziğinin dikey çok seslendirme yönünden temel özellikleri, Türk müziğinde dikey çok seslendirme uygulamaları, Türk müziğinin yatay çok seslendirme yönünden temel özellikleri, Türk müziğinde yatay çok seslendirme uygulamaları, Türk müziği eserleri üzerinde armonik yönden inceleme çalışmaları.

MUS4012Okul Öncesi Müzik Eğitiminde Genel Yaklaşımlar
Okul öncesi müzik eğitiminin tanımlanması. Çocukların tüm gelişim alanlarını destekleyecek ve bir amaç doğrultusunda yapılacak yöntem ve teknikler. Çocuğun kişilik gelişimini ve sosyalleşmesini sağlayacak, duygularını ifade edebileceği, yaratıcılığını destekleyebileceği müzik eğitim programları oluşturma. Çocuklar için müzik öğretiminde uygulanabilecek özel yöntem ve teknikler.

MUS4013Bilimsel Araştırma Yöntemleri
Bilim ve temel kavramlar (olgu, bilgi, mutlak, doğru, yanlış, evrensel bilgi v.b.), bilim tarihine ilişkin temel bilgiler, bilimsel araştırmanın yapısı, bilimsel yöntemler ve bu yöntemlere ilişkin farklı görüşler, problem, araştırma modeli, evren ve örneklem, verilerin toplanması ve veri toplama yöntemleri (nicel ve nitel veri toplama teknikleri), verilerin kaydedilmesi, analizi, yorumlanması ve raporlaştırılması.

ND101Basic Approaches in Nutrition and Dietetics
The students familiarize themselves with the profession of nutrition and dietetics during his course. They understand the duties, capabilities, responsibilities and the work ethics of the profession.

ND102Organic Chemistry
In this course, the students will be provided with the knowledge about and the cognitive skills required for understanding the chemical properties of acids, bases, alcohols, Ethers, Aldehydes, Ketones, Esters, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, amines, amides, carbohydrates, proteins and lipids.

ND103General Chemistry
This course will cover the fundamental topics in chemistry including: Structure of atoms, elements and their properties, molecules, chemical compounds, chemical bonds, chemical equations and reactions, aqueous solutions, periodic table, gases and the electronic structure of the atom.

ND104Introduction to Nutrients
With this course, it is aimed that the students will gain an understanding of the fundamental theories related to nutrients, their types and their properties.

ND201Principles of Nutrition
This course constitutes of the following topics: Carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamin and mineral content of nutrients; their chemistry, properties, sources, digestion, absorption and metabolism; requirements; problems of excessive and imbalanced intake; calorific values; energy expenditure, energy balance and imbalance problems; and relationship between nutrition and health.

ND202Nutritional Biochemistry II
This course is aimed at providing knowledge on the bodily functions of proteins, water-soluble and fast-soluble vitamins, hormones and minerals, give details about their metabolism, give details about biochemical and functional changes due to insufficient or excessive intake.

ND203Nutritional Biochemistry I
This course is aimed at providing knowledge on the bodily functions of water (water and electrolyte balance),carbohydrates and fats; give details about their metabolism, give details about biochemical and functional changes due to insufficient or excessive intake.

ND204Food Microbiology and Food Safety
This course aims to provide information about bacteria and other micro-organisms, gut flora, disinfection, and sterilisation; diseases developing through nutrient intake; and the importance of micro-organisms in the preparation and production of food and beverages.

ND205Food Chemistry
Introduction to food chemistry. Carbohydrates: Most important oligosaccharides and food polysaccharides. Proteins: characteristic representatives, nutritional value, preparation of hydrolysates, Maillard reaction. Lipids: Saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, essential fatty acids, food intake, fatty acid oxidation, cholesterol. Vitamins: Structure, Food Consistency, Role, Properties, Stability. Other nutrients and biotechnological substrates: terpenoids, steroids, carotenoids, lignans, anthocyanins, glycosides, alkaloids. Functional food components: flavonoids, polyphenols, other natural antioxidants, formation and defense of free radicals. Ions in food: representation, tansport, physiological effect of importance in technological processes. Water: structure, properties, interactions in food. Nutrition Supplements: Sweeteners, preservatives, colors, flavors, antioxidants, emulsifiers. Enzymes in food component transformations: proteases, lipases, glycosidases, nucleases, polyphenol oxidases. Basic food chemistry.

ND206Introduction to Nutritional Services
This course aim to provide information about the classification of businesses providing catering services, organization of the area for food and beverages, purchasing, receipt and storage of foodstuffs, managing quality in food and beverage service, give information about healt, safety and security in catering services, methods in catering services, give examples of foodservices (e.g. hospital catering, in-flight catering) and give basic of cost-control of food and beverages.

ND208Nutritional Education and Consultancy
This course mainly aims to develop student skills on education in nutrition, and their communication and presentation skills. Within this context, they will learn about individual learning and behaviour theories; motivational strategies, their analysis; application of the techniques used in behavioural modification; cognitive-behavioural strategies; assessment and discussion of individual learning and behaviour theories; as well as the development and distribution of brochures related to nutrition.

ND210Food Preparation and Cooking Methods
This course aims to provid information about pre-preparation , preparation and cooking methods, effects of cooking methods on nutrients, increasing nutrient content of food, the contents of the nutrients forming nutrient groups for food preparation (4 basic food molecules), balanced and sufficient diet, menu and menu planning (yield test, usage of claims), give basic features and division with different aspects (menu and normatives), give basics about foodservice systems and give informations about design of food service system (kitchen area). Out of this information's students will be able to make their own menu for different purposes. They will also practice their skills of meal preparation in the professional kitchen using learned cooking methods.

ND301Mother and Child Nutrition
This course will cover an extensive knowledge base and will include the following topics: Nutrition during pregnancy and breastfeeding; importance of nutrition during pregnancy in mother and child health; Energy and nutrient requirements during pregnancy; nutrition in pregnant women; physiology of lactation and factors affecting it; energy and nutrient requirements during breastfeeding; nutrition in breastfeeding women; nutrition in breastfeeding baby; sufficiency of breast milk; factors preventing from breastfeeding; nutritional problems in pre-school children; nutrition of the baby in the first 4 months; baby food and formula food; nutrition of 4-12 month old babies, pre-school period; nutrition of 1-5 year old children; nutrition of school-age children.

ND302Nutrition in Child Diseases
The topics of: nutrition of premature babies, nutrition of undernourished babies, nutrition in diseases of absorption, nutrition in gastroenteritis and infective diseases, nutrition in Type I Insulin dependent diabetes, nutrition in congenital metabolic diseases, nutrition for the renal, muscular and nervous diseases, is covered in this course. The students will also gain knowledge on observation and examination in childhood diseases and enteral-parenteral nutrition in children and premature babies.

ND303Community and Health I
The relationship between health and social sciences; social, cultural and biological factors affecting health; population; understanding society structure; and structure of health systems will form the knowledge content of this course.

ND304Community and Health II
Main topics covered in this course, which mainly develop epidemiological skills, are: Prevalence and causes of health issues, methods of protection, risk groups in society, health status of risk groups, and prevention measures for health improvement, planning, data collection, analysis and report writing.

ND305Medical Nutrition in Adult Diseases I
Through this course, the students will be informed about : Definitions related to medical nutrition; relationship between nutrition and health; determination of nutritional status; principles of dietary planning; the role and responsibilities of a dietician in clinical trials; medical nutrition in the treatment of obesity/thinness, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, diseases of the digestive system, inflammatory and infective diseases, and burns.

ND306Medical Nutrition in Adult Diseases II
The topics covered during this course are: Medical nutrition and trial diet in the treatment of liver, gall bladder, pancreas, kidney, bone and joint, and nervous system diseases as well as cancer.

ND307Management of Food Services
This course covers the following essential topics in catering services management: Food safety systems; hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP), kitchen planning; the management structure of food and beverage in different organizations and their comparisons.

ND308Nutritional Support Systems
Description and types of malnutrition; Methods used in the depiction of nutritional status; Main principles of enteral-parenteral feeding and their complications, indications, advantages/disadvantages; enteral-parenteral products and their areas of use; calculation of energy and nutritional element requirements in enteral-parenteral feeding; disease-specific nutritional support treatments; analysis of job implementation of nutrition teams in the hospitals; and practical applications, are the main topics covered in this course.

ND309Legal Procedures for Nutrition
This course covers the topics related to the legal aspects in the field of nutrition such as: Food quality and properties; legal arrangements and provisions; factors affecting the efficiency of food safety; food additives; chemical contaminations.

ND310Community Health Intership
The students are provided with the opportunity to carry out a field study.

ND311Bussiness Management Skills
The students will be informed about the concept of business and environmental factors; social and ethical responsibilities of businesses; business investments; business management; production management; marketing; human and financial resources management.

ND401Education at Workplace I
This course serves the purpose of unifying and reinforcing knowledge and skills by carrying out applications in professional fields.

ND402Education at Workplace II
This course serves the purpose of unifying and reinforcing knowledge and skills by carrying out applications in professional fields.

ND403Graduation Project I
The requirements for the graduation project ensures the student attains competence in carrying out a scientific study, writing reports and present findings related to the field of catering services and nutrition and dietetics under supervision.

ND404Graduation Project II
The requirements for the graduation project ensures the student attains competence in carrying out a scientific study, writing reports and present findings related to the field of catering services and nutrition and dietetics under supervision.

ND406Nutrition Related Diseases
This course is aimed at providing knowledge on the characteristics of and protection specifications for the diseases related to nutrition.

ND408Case Analysis
This course provides the students with the opportunity: to identify the problem through systematic use of problem solving and analytic skills; and to choose the appropriate methods for generating solutions in large group discussions, relevant to the issues or scenarios they would potentially face at workplace.

OT101Introduction to Occupational Therapy
The students familiarize themselves with the profession of occupational therapy during his course. They understand the duties, capabilities, responsibilities and the work ethics of the profession; analyze daily-life activities, the basic logic of ergotherapeutic approaches in different diseases and understand the importance of teamwork.

OT102Theories of Occupational Therapy
In this course, the students understand the importance and the philosophy of occupational therapy theories; paradigms; reference frames; therapy approaches; ergotherapy models and learn their practical applications.

OT103Health and Wellness Strategies
This course covers the topics of: the role of the occupational therapist in improving health and wellness; health-related concepts; analysis of health and wellness related improvement strategies and the same in cases of functional limitations based on performance -centered human activity/ roles.

OT104Activities in Occupational Therapy
This course covers: Concepts related to activity directed at enhancing role performance; the role of activity analysis in the selection of therapeutic activity; therapeutic activity and exercise.

OT107Nervous System: Structure and Function
This course introduces the student to the structural properties of the human nervous system as well as informing about how life functions, sensory and motor activities are carried out.

OT201Performance Areas : Sensory-Motor
The students learn sensory systems and their relationship with daily life; the main principles of the theories and techniques of sensory unity; assessment methods in visual, sensory and perceptory dysfunction; and principles of ergotherapy, in this course.

OT202Occupational Therapy in Musculoskeletal Diseases
In this course, the student learns the ergotherapeutic approaches applied for the problems leading to different type of functional insufficiencies in the musculoskeletal system, with the purpose of improving performance.

OT203Performance Areas: Psychosocial
In this course, the students recognize psychosocial performance competence and analyze psychosocial status in cases of different functional dysfunctionality and disability, as well as learning how to assess these situations.

OT204Daily Life Activities
The student understands the basic and instrumental daily-life activities; methods of assessing daily-life activities; and how to educate on daily-life activity in order to enhance independence, through this course.

OT205Performance Areas: Cognitive
This course ensures that the students can define cognition; understand the effect of cognition on role performance; and learn the methods of cognitive assessment in ergotherapy and the therapeutic approaches.

OT206Occupational Therapy in Psychiatry
In this course, the students learn about psychiatric dysfunction and its effects on role performance in children and adolescents; evaluation of psychiatric functional dysfunction from the perspective of ergotherapy; activity-based therapeutic approaches directed at independent living.

OT207Functional Insufficiencies in Musculoskeletal System
Through this course, the students are informed about traumatic, inflammatory, neoplastic, congenital and degenerative diseases which lead to insufficiencies in the functions of the musculoskeletal system.

OT208Functional Kinesiology
This course covers the topics of: Biomechanical properties of the body; musculoskeletal system; mechanical principles of movement and body mechanics.

OT209Basic Measurement and Assessment Methods
In this course, the students learn about assessment of posture, shortness, flexibility; methods of evaluation of anthropometric measurements, normal joint movement and muscle strength

OT210Supportive Technology
The students learn the following in this course: Areas of use for supportive technology in various functional insufficiencies with a view to enhancing role performance; Selection of the appropriate supportive equipment and principles of organizing the environment; Introduction of simple and complex equipment and learning the methods of education with supportive equipment.

OT211Sociology of Disability
This course covers the topics of disability; social status of the disabled, their social roles and social interactions on the basis of cultural and social differences.

OT214Summer Internship
The internship programme is designed to help students reinforce the basic theories, concepts and skills they have learned from their lectures through practical applications at various areas in ergotherapy. The programme has a duration of 2 weeks.

OT301Neurodevelopmental Dysfunction
This course informs the students about: The aetiology, pathology, epidemiology and clinical indications of the development of dysfunction in the nervous system.

OT302Professional Rehabilitation
In this course the students gain knowledge and skills in relation to the following topics: The complete health structure and societal roles of individuals with functional insufficiencies who wish to take up new employment or return to their previous employment; Ergotherapeutic evaluation (work and environment) and therapeutic approaches related to the life-roles and performance of such individuals.

OT303Occupational Therapy in Geriatric Rehabilitation
This course covers the understanding of biopsychosocial effects of the aging process and their relationship with the functional competencies; and understanding ergotherapeutic evaluation and therapeutic approaches for the purposes of enhancing role performance, safety and life quality.

OT304Orthotics and Biomechanics
This course informs the students about: Biomechanical properties, suitability, function, use, and maintenance of orthotic equipment used in various functional insufficiencies; patient education; and production of simple orthotic equipment.

OT305Preventative Occupational Therapy and Environmental Review
The students understand the ergonomic risk factors affecting role performance; learn planning and implementation of architectural barriers for access, safety factors, organisation of the environment and home adaptations; and gain information about the education of people according to ergonomic and biomechanical principles.

OT306Occupational Therapy in Neurodevelopmental Dysfunction
Through this course, the students gain knowledge and skills in: Evaluation of the role performance in various neurodevelopmental dysfunctions; ergotherapeutic assessment and therapy approaches facilitating functional independence.

OT307Problem-Based Applications in Occupational Therapy
This course is designed to develop the students' skills in evaluation and planning of therapy approaches, decision making, problem solving and communication. This is achieved by carrying out analysis of case examples in small groups.

OT308Dance and Movement Therapy
In this course, the students gain knowledge and skills with respect to the relationship between movement and psychomotor development, emotion and behavioural patterns; body's potential movement; enrichment of individual's movement repertoire.

OT310Summer Internship
The students reinforce their academic gains through improving their practical skills on care and treatment by carrying out field studies in the format of an internship.

OT401Clinical Education I
With this course, the aim is to develop student skills in evaluation and therapy approaches used in the field of ergotherapy, through practical applications.

OT402Clinical Education II
With this course, the aim is to develop student skills in evaluation and therapy approaches used in the field of ergotherapy, through practical applications.

OT403Evidence Based Occupational Therapy Applications
In this course the students are expected to carry out literature searches relevant to evidence-based applications in ergotherapy; be able to evaluate and discuss relevant research scientifically, deontologically, ethically and legally and assess its validity and reliability.

OT404Society Based Rehabilitation
The aim of this course is to inform the students on ergotherapeutic theories, strategies, and evaluation and application techniques. Through this course, the students also gain knowledge and skills in planning and application methods for assessment and intervention in order to facilitate societal integration of the disadvantaged groups.

OT406Graduation Project
The requirements for the graduation project ensures the student attains competence in planning and carrying out a scientific study, collecting data, analyzing the relevant literature, applying statistical analysis, preparing the results as a report and present it.

PA102Introduction to Art Studio
This course builds on Foundation Studio, aiming to prepare students for the main areas of their interest, such as painting, sculpture, printmaking or ceramics. Students start building their thinking and practical skills in their chosen discipline areas. From this early stage students are encouraged to consider multidisciplinary engagements in developing their making-skills as well as in reading, writing and thinking.

PA1032d Design
2D Design involves studio instruction in basic design through projects and exercises in fundamental form and space concepts. Control of proportion, scale, and design relationships; development of problem formulation and sound bases for value judgement are inaugurated. Release of student' potential creative capacities is the prime concern.

PA1043d Design
This course involves study of basic elements and principles of 3-D design, theory, and their application to specific art/design problems. Construction of basic sculptural forms is addressed, enabling students to distinguish between 2D and 3D perceptions in relation to space and environment.

PA111Drawing I
Drawing is an important tool for artists and designers in any field. Not only a tool for visual representation, it is also a valuable tool for developing clarity of thought in relation to the subject/object in question. This course develops perceptual skills and introduces the basic principles of composition, form, line, perspective and volume.

PA112Drawing II
Explore ways to articulate and build visual space through the various conceptual uses of drawing. Techniques range from drawing the still life to abstraction.(Prerequisite: GRA 111).

PA131Photography
This is a non-technical course where students are encouraged to explore how the photographic image is constructed and circulated within the broader social, cultural and political context. Numerous contemporary photographers and their works are critically analyzed and evaluated in order to ascertain their works' impact in society. Students are then asked to choose an area of interest and produce their own photographic (digital and print format) images.

PA132Color Theory and Practice
This course provides students with a foundational understanding of color from the perspective of visual composition, and helps students to recognize how color choices can enhance or undermine an intended message. The class will explore the basic principles of color theory as well as its history and theorists. Students will learn to apply this information to the practice of art and composition through projects and brief research papers.

PA141History of Art and Culture
This is a course where through the analysis of fine art, architecture, design and popular arts such as movies, students understand and evaluate the importance of Western Modernism and subsequent contemporary art history and theory.

PA142History of Modern Art
History of Modern Art covers diverse artists and their work from 19th Century to our time in both the western and non-western world. This course aims for students to develop a good understanding of the diverse engagements that existed in the past, and the new ones being forged in our own time, in the arts arena.

PA201Art Studio I
This studio program builds on PA 102. Working in two and three dimensions will enhance students' conceptual and technical skills in the discipline area they choose. For example, the design elements will be applied to painting and sculptural works with the introduction of color, formal composition, and execution of an idea. Similarly students will experiment with different mediums, techniques and styles enriching their repertoire of thought and practice. (Prerequisite: PA 102)

PA202Art Studio II
A continuation of ART 201. There is emphasis on further exploration of methods and techniques, and their enrichment and refinement in 2D and 3D works. Students students from all the art disciplines will be encouraged to familiarize themselves with what is happening around them in arts within the broader social, cultural and political context (Prerequisite: ART201)

PA211Advanced Drawing I
This is a course that encourages students to experiment with different drawing materials and methods, in order to enhance their conceptual and practical abilities in registering what they observe and imagine in the two-dimensional plane. (Prerequisite PA 112)

PA212Advanced Drawing II
The Advanced Drawing II course is to challenge our perceptions and preconceptions of the visual world around us. This is not simply drawing by observing and/or imagining objects unique in themselves but rather observing the dynamics of relations between objects and surroundings.

PA231Fundamentals of Painting
The focus of this course is on exploring mediums in the discipline of painting, such as pastel, watercolor, acrylics, oils. Equally important is developing a personal visual vocabulary whilst enhancing creative innovation and artistic expression. Topics include subject matter, composition, color, and the use of various materials.

PA232Fundamentals of Sculpture
Constructing 3D art objects via experimenting with clay, plaster, found objects, paper, water, air, natural and industrial materials. This is a course to instigate the development of multiple sculptural forms including site-specific installations and time-based sculptures.

PA241Contemporary Art
This is a course building upon PA 141 & PA 142, to equip students with knowledge of current discourses and artistic sensibilities. Apart from being a base for knowledge building, this course is also designed to foster the beginning of critical analysis of works of art.

PA300Summer Internship I
A preliminary field based learning opportunity for professional work experience outside the classroom. In this context, students choose full time work/participation in an area of specific interest as a link to the professional world of Plastic Arts.

PA301Art Studio III
This course builds on the previous PA 201 & PA 202 studio work. It consolidates previous semesters' work exploring various methods and techniques in the student's area of interest in 2D and 3D art-making processes (painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc.). In addition, students will be guided in projects that further develop their greater artistic awareness of processes of 'making'. Students are also encouraged to critically evaluate their work. Ideas for installation work will be explored in tandem with conceptual and technical developments. (Prerequisite: PA 201, PA 202)

PA302Art Studio IV
This is an advanced studio program that extends technical and conceptual skills acquired in previous studio programs PA 201, PA 202, PA 301. Emphasis is given to conceptual and practical processes whereby students are urged to generate their own thoughts and raison d'etre in relation to their art and design work. Students will be exposed to a variety of notable contemporary and historical artists' work for the development of their own repertoire in artistic thought and processes.

PA311Experimental Media
This is a course designed to expand the perceptual horizons in art-making. It involves experimenting with different materials and processes that may best suit the artist's concept and the underpinning motive-s to be offered for publication/exposition. All the conceptual and practical skills learned to that point may be drawn upon as appropriate.

PA312Visual Codes
This is a theorical course where students will be introduced to the field of semiotics in relation to analyzing visual signs and symbols. It will involve students in getting to know terms and terminologies used in visual communications. This will help to grasp the importance of clarity in the use of visual signs and sybols for effective communication.

PA331Printmaking
This is a practical course where the basic printmaking techniques and processes are taught. Also knowledge is acquired about the historical developments in printmaking, and print-based artists and their work in the field are covered.

PA332Art in Context
This course aims to increase students' perceptive sharpness in their production of art with the aim to reach out to a wider audience with their work. In other words, artists need to be intelligently, receptively and actively involved in the process of acquiring knowledge of the historical, social, cultural and political contexts within which their artistic sensibilities are formed and informed. Subsequently the student, while engaging in the complex web of socio-cultural dynamics of his/her environment, will critically evaluate the production of his/her work before submitting it to the public domain.

PA400Summer Internship II
Students are required to pursue an internship with an established artist, whose work is directly or indirectly related to that of the student's intended area of professional concentration. Interns will observe and participate in all Office and studio procedures permitted by their place of internship. Students with prior documented work experience in the field may be granted an exception from the internship requirement, with the approval of the Head of Plastic Arts Department.

PA401Art Studio V
This is an advanced studio course following PA 301, with emphasis on student experimenting and exploring with selected materials, methods, processes and art forms in order to develop firmer bases toward consolidation of his/her graduation work. Student will be encouraged to engage in focusing-defocusing and again focusing on means and processes with mindfulness for discovering ways and means to refine his/her work to a higher degree of resolution.

PA402Graduation Project
This open studio course allows advanced students to develop their strengths pertaining to their own interests as they work toward a cohesive body of work. Students have relevant reading and writing assignments, and complete a finished artist statement along with their art works. (Prerequisite: PA 403)

PA403Graduation Research and Preparation
This course is designed to give students the opportunity under guidance to research and develop their means and processes toward conceptual and material consolidation for their final graduation work. Students are expected to demonstrate their self-directed research and present their findings for critical appraisal before embarking on the final graduation work.

PA441Analysis of Art & Design
This course offers a historiography of the discipline of art history and an introduction to the methods of research used to analyze, interpret, and understand art and visual culture. Sessions are allocated to the critical analysis of formalist, iconographic, feminist, Marxist, and semiotic approaches, among others. A significant portion of the course is dedicated to current art historical theory and practice.

PA442Critical Practice
This is a final theoretical course for enhancing students' work by means of critical reading and evaluation of the prevailing discourses in the contemporary art world. Topics include: art context, environment, art activism, questioning of art historicity, etc. The student is expected to engage with reading, discussion and writing on the chosen topic-s, as this is seen as a significant part of an enrichment process of one's artistic work with self reflexivity.

PHIL101Introduction to Philosophy
This course provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts and argumentative strategies of philosophy. In the course students will understand and use basic concepts of philosophy, discuss philosophical problems, identify major subdivisions within the discipline of philosophy, logically evaluate a philosophical argument and speak and write clearly about philosophical issues, and identify core ideas of some influential philosophers.

PHR101General Chemistry
An introduction to fundamental topics in chemistry including measurement and units; atomic structure, molecules, ions, chemical formulas, aqueous solutions, thermochemistry, electronic configuration of the atom, periodic properties of the elements, basic concepts of chemical bonding, molecular geometry and bonding theories, gases, forces, properties of solutions, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base equilibria and chemistry of the environment will be covered. There will be emphasis on the atomic structure and hybridisation with its implications for molecular geometry. Intramolecular covalent bonding and intermolecular weak bonding; with origins and relevance to ligand/receptor and substrate/enzyme binding will also be covered. Structural factors that affect reactivity, basic organic nomenclature and functional groups will be covered briefly. Core Textbook: Chemistry: The Central Science (12th Edition), Theodore E. Brown, H. Eugene H LeMay, Bruce E. Bursten, Catherine Murphy, Patrick Woodward, Matthew E Stoltzfus, ISBN-13: 978-0321910417

PHR102Analytical Chemistry I
General concepts in analytical chemistry will be presented. Chemistry of aqueous solution, solubility, selective precipitation, gravimetric analysis, acids, bases, buffer solutions, principles of volumetric analysis, acid-base titrations, carbonate-bicarbonate titrations, precipitation titrations, oxidation-reduction titrations and complexometric titrations are the main topics. Analytical Chemistry I Lab. Laboratory experiments of qualitative analysis of I-V group cations and anions, quantitative analysis by various titration techniques such as acid-base titration, carbonate-bicarbonate titration, oxidation-reduction titration and complex formation titration will be performed by the students. Core Textbook: Skoog, D.A., West, D.M., Holler, F.J., Crouch, S.R. (2013), Fundamental of Analytical Chemistry, 9th edition, Brooks Cole

PHR103Medical Biology and Genetics
Medical biology course introduces student to principals and modern concepts of biology. The main focus of the course is on cell and molecular biology which is essential to understand medical conditions. The main topics are scientific methodology, scientific research and assays, universal features of cells, internal organisation of the cell, membrane structure, cellular compartments, DNA and chromosome structure and function, genome, genetic diversity of genomes, DNA replication, repair and recombination, how cells read the genome, transcription and translation, control of gene expression, the mechanism of cell division, histology of tissue organisation, immune system and disorders, genetic disorders. Core Textbook: Cooper, G. M., Hausman, R. E. (2013), The Cell: A Molecular Approach, 6th Edition, Sinauer, ISBN:978-1-60535-155-1 Supplementary Textbook: Russell, P. J. (2009), iGenetics: a Molecular approach, Pearson, 3rd Edition. ISBN-13: 978-0321569769

PHR104Organic Chemistry
Basic reaction types, reaction mechanisms of functional groups, alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, benzene and aromatic hydrocarbons, alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, epoxides, thiols, the carbonyl groups, aldehydes, and ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, amines. Nomenclature and stereochemistry in organic and biological molecules. Central role and the important reactions of the carbonyl group in chemistry and biochemistry. The nature of aromaticity and the occurrence and role of aromatic nuclei in drug molecules. Core Textbook: J. McMurry “Organic chemistry with biological applications” ISBN 9780495391470 Supplementary Textbook: Jones, M., Fleming, S. A. (2014), Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition, W. W. Norton & Company, ISBN-13: 978-0393913033 Clayden, J., Greeves, N., Warren, S. (2012), Organic Chemistry, 2nd Edition, Oxford, ISBN-13: 978-0199270293

PHR105Pharmacy Terminology
Principles of Latin, professional Latin recipes with pre-fixes and suffixes, pharmeceutical relevancy of plants, nomenclature of Pharmaceutical Botany, Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology will be covered in addition to the information about pharmacy profession. Core Textbook: Moini, J. (2009), Pharmacy Terminology, Cengage Learning, ISBN-13: 978-1428317871 Supplementary Textbook: Frucht, S. S. (2011), Medical Terminology: Get Connected!, Prentice Hall, ISBN-13: 978-0131121126

PHR106Biostatistics
The main topics are basic statistical definitions, types of data, descriptive statistics, classification of data, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, tables and graphics, probability distributions, normal, binomial and poisson distributions, tests and graphs of normality, sampling, sampling distributions and sampling distribution of mean, confidence intervals, introduction to hypothesis tests, p and alpha values, decision making process, parametric and nonparametric hypothesis tests, correlations and regression analysis, multiple linear regression, factorial design: 2n and 3n design Core Textbook: Daniel W. W., Cross C. L. (2013), Biostatistics: A foundation for analysis in the health sciences, 10th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, USA, ISBN-13: 978-1118302798

PHR107Behavioural Sciences
This course will serve as an overview of the field of psychology and introduce the students to theories, methods, concepts, principles and issues in the study of human behaviour. Students are expected to develop competency and understanding of basic psychology such as scientific methods in psychology, biological psychology, sensation, perception, nature, nurture & human development, memory cognition and language, intelligence, consciousness, emotions, stress and health. Core Textbook: Gerrig, R.J., Zimbardo, P.G. (2012). Psychology and life, 20th Edition, Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon, ISBN-13: 978-0205859139

PHR108Anatomy
Anatomy, physiology and diseases of systems are covered mainly musculoskeletal system, nervous system cardiovascular system and physiology of blood, coagulation disorders and anemias are the main topics. Core Textbook: Paulsen, F., Waschke, J. (2013), Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol 1,2 and 3, 15th Edition, Elsevier, ISBN: 9780723437321

PHR200Training I (in Summer)
Community Pharmacy Training: This training course includes focusing on compounded pharmaceuticals and related compounded medicines, essential processes for controlled substances and specific drugs (narcotics and psychotropic drugs). Furthermore, it consists of undertaking required skills regarding the process of dispensing prescriptions, review and assessment of prescriptions in terms of rational drug use, identifying and solving drug related problems, therapeutic drug monitoring and counseling patients.

PHR201Analytical Chemistry II
Principles of spectroscopy (ultraviolet-visible region, fluorescence infrared atomic), chromatography (thin layer, paper and column chromatography, gas and liquid chromatography and electrochemistry (polarography, amperometry, potentiometry, conductometry) are covered Analytical Chemistry II Lab. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic and inorganic compounds are performed by using various chromatographic, spectroscopic and electrochemical techniques. Core Textbook: Skoog, D.A., West, D.M., Holler, F.J., Crouch, S.R. (2013), Fundamental of Analytical Chemistry, 9th edition, Brooks Cole

PHR202Pharmaceutical Technology I
This course covers the introduction to dosage form, design and includes basic methodology relevant to pharmacy. A number of physical concepts such as phase diagrams, solubility, solutions, and kinetics are included. Relevant unit operations, pharmaceutical water and water purification methods are considered. Pharmaceutical Technology I Lab. Preparation of aromatic waters, oral solutions, syrups, elixir, oral drops, lemonade, infusions, mouth washes are performed. Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1 Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5 Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594

PHR203Biochemistry I
The main topics are water and pH, structure of carbohydrates, lipids, aminoacids, proteins and nucleic acids, enzymes including mechanism of action, enzyme kinetics regulation of enzyme activity, coenzymes, bioenergetics and oxidative phosphorylation. Core Textbook: Murray, R. K., Bender, D. A., Botham, K. M., Rodwell, V. W., Weil, P. A. (2012), Harper's Illustrated Bichemistry, 29th Edition, McGrawHill, ISBN-13: 978-0071765763 Champ, P. C., Harvey, R.A., Ferrier, D,R.(2013), Biochemistry (Lippincot's Illustrated Reviews), 6th Edition, Walter Kluver Health, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1451175622 Supplementary Textbook: Nelson, D. L., Cox M. M. (2012), Lehninger principles of biochemistry, 6th edition, New York : W. H. Freeman, ISBN-13: 978-1429234146 Mathews, C. K, van Holde, K. E., Appling, D. R. (2012), Biochemistry, 4th Edition, Pearson, ISBN-13: 978-0138004644

PHR204Biochemistry II
The main topics are metabolism of carbohydrates and its control, metabolisms of lipids and proteins and nucleic acids and their control, function and replication of information macromolecules, hormones and mechanism of hormon action and integration of metabolisms. Also special topics like vitamins, hemostasis and thrombosis, biological membranes and transport mechanisms will be discussed. Core Textbook: Murray, R. K., Bender, D. A., Botham, K. M., Rodwell, V. W., Weil, P. A. (2013), Harper's Illustrated Bichemistry, 29th Edition, McGrawHill, ISBN-13: 978-0071765763 Champ, P. C., Harvey, R.A., Ferrier, D,R.(2012), Biochemistry (Lippincot's Illustrated Reviews), 6th Edition, Walter Kluver Health, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1451175622 Additional Resources: Nelson, D. L., Cox M. M. (2012), Lehninger principles of biochemistry, 6th edition, New York : W. H. Freeman, ISBN-13: 978-1429234146 Mathews, C. K, van Holde, K. E., Appling, D. R. (2012), Biochemistry, 4th Edition, Pearson, ISBN-13: 978-0138004644

PHR205Pharmaceutical Microbiology
Pharmaceutical microbiology course aims to provide theoretical and practical knowledge essential for solving the problems encountered by community, medical and industrial pharmacists. Students will also obtain knowledge on saprophytic and pathogenic microorganisms. They will learn the importance of microorganisms regarding the individual, community and environmental health, learn the effects of microorganisms on pharmaceutical industry and the standards by which pharmaceutics are produced concerning microorganisms, handle microbiological control of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, air and water, and identification of microorganisms isolated from them, have a knowledge on infections caused by microorganisms and antibiotics that are used for their treatment, handle in-vitro sensitivity tests for antibiotics and assays for microbiological activity, learn and perform the principals of sterilization, disinfection and antisepsis. Pharmaceutical Microbiology Lab Microscopy procedures, principles of sterilization, growth and in vitro culture procedures of microorganisms, analysis of gram negative/positive microorganisms, spore forming bacteria, diagnosis of mycobacteria, antibiotic susceptibility tests. Core Textbook: Hanlon, G., Hodges, N. (2013), Essential Microbiology for Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science, Wiley-Blackwell , ISBN-13: 978-0470665343

PHR206Pharmaceutical Chemistry I
This course covers topics like active drug types, receptors and drug-receptor interactions, chelation, stereochemical factors, structure-activity relationships, dissolution, partition coefficient, ionisation, surface activity, bioisostereoism, drug metabolism, drug discovery, introduction to CNS drugs, general and local anesthetics, sedative and hypnotic drugs, tranqulizing agents and neuroleptic drugs, antidepressant and antiepileptic drugs, antiparkinsonian drugs, analgesic and antiinflammatory drugs Pharmaceutical Chemistry I Lab. The practical worknow are performed on synthesis of some drugs and pharmaceutical raw materials, laboratory safety, laboratory techniques like filtration, crystallization, extraction, distillation e.g., reaction types like esterification, acylation, nitration, bromination and diazotization. Core Textbook: Williams, D. A., Lemke, T. L. (2012), Foye's Principle of medicinal Chemistry, 7th edition, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, ISBN-13: 978-1609133450 Supplementary Textbook: Cairns, D. (2012) Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 4th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN-13: 978-0853699798

PHR207Introduction to Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
The students receive general information about pharmacy profession, stages of pharmacy education, pharmacist's work areas and the role of pharmacist on public health and pharmacy, history of pharmacy profession, pharmaceutical industry and pharmacist, community pharmacist, hospital pharmacist, instuitions and organizations related to pharmacy, international relations in pharmacy education. Also overview of the subjects including the definition of pharmacy and the pharmacist, the application of computer in pharmacy, preparation of magistral formulation, determination of the drug requirements of the pharmacy, purchasing drug for the pharmacy, organisation and placement of the pharmacy according to the Turkish legislation and regulations, meeting the drug requirements of patients, obtaining knowledge about drug information studies and keeping the records in the pharmacy as well as evaluation of pharmacy’s relationship with the official and unofficial units are included. Core Textbook: Parthasarathi, G. Nyfort-Hansen, K. , Nahata, M. C. (2004). A Textbook of Clinical Pharmacy Practice: Essential concepts & Skills. Orient Longman Private Ltd, ISBN: 81-25026312 Supplementary Textbook: Lambert, A. (2006). Advanced Pharmacy Practice, 3rd Edition, Cengage Learning (USA), ISBN: t3; 978-1131-3141

PHR208Pathophysiology
This course involves transferring knowledge about the mechanisms of alterations in human physiologic function and their effects on bodily functions throughout the lifespan Core Textbook: Hammer, G.D., McPhee, S.J. (2014). Pathophysiology of Disease : An Introduction to Clinical Medicine, 7th Edition, Lange, ISBN-13: 978-0071806008

PHR209Physiology
Anatomy, physiology and diseases of systems are covered mainly of respiratory system, gastrointestinal system, endocrine system, female and male genital systems, renal system, sensory organs, hearing and balance disorders, visual impairments, skin disorders, important infectious diseases and neoplasias. Core Textbook: Paulsen, F., Waschke, J. (2013), Sobotta Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol 1,2 and 3, 15th Edition, Elsevier, ISBN: 978072343732

PHR210Plant Biology
An interest in plants will be developed by demonstrating their role and importance in the prevention and treatment of diseases. This will be achieved by describing the diversity of plants and their classification. The anatomy and morphology of the plants used in the prevention and treatment of diseases will be the main focus. Core Textbook: Mauseth, J. (2012), Botany: An Introduction to Plant Biology, 5th Edition, Jones & Bartlett, ISBN-10: 1449665802

PHR211Public Health
The relationship between health and social sciences; social, cultural and biological factors affecting health; population; understanding society structure; and structure of health systems will form the knowledge content of this course. Core Textbook: Carter, J, Slack, M. (2009), Pharmacy in Public Health: Basics and Beyond, ASPH, ISBN-10: 1585281727

PHR212Pharmaceutical Botany
The aim of the course is to give knowledge on medicinal, useful and poisonous plants in a systematical order. The scientific names, distinguished charateristics, distributions, usages and economical values will be covered and rich flora and medicinal plants of Cyprus and Turkey will be introduced. Pharmaceutical Botany Lab. Information will be given on plant nomenclature, descriptions of plants, preparation of the herbal materials and their storage, general concepts on the identification of the medicinal plants, examination of roots, stems, methamorphosis, leaves, flowers, fruits, identification of Coniferae and Angiospermae plants and Cyprus and Turkish flora will be examined. Core Textbook: Upton, R., Graff, A., Jolliffe, G., Länger, R., Williamson, E. (2011). American Herbal Pharmacopoeia: Botanical Pharmacognosy - Microscopic Characterization of Botanical Medicines, CRC Press, ISBN: 978-1420073263 Supplementary Textbook: Heywood, V., Brummitt, R., Culham, A. (2007). Flowering Plant Families of the World, Firely Books, ISBN-13: 978-1554072064

PHR213Immunology
Introduction to immunology, antigen and antibody, cellular and humoral immunity, immünoprophylaxis, hypersensitivity reactions are the main topics. Core Textbook: Doan, T., Melvold, R., Viselli, S., Wallenbaugh, C. (2012), Immunology (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series), 2nd Edition, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1451109375 Supplementary Textbook: Owen, J., Punt, J., Stranford, J. (2013), Kuby Immunology, 7th Edition, Macmilan, ISBN-13: 978-1464137846

PHR215Computer Program Applications into the Pharmacy
This course is designed to inform pharmacy students about computer program applications to pharmacy practice, namely the programs used by the social security systems (Emekli Sandığı, Bağ-Kur, SSK) and pharmacy in use (farmakom, byte). Core Textbook: Course package

PHR217Introduction to Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical dosage forms, drug research and legislation, patent, pharmacokinetic, bioavailability, stability, and incompatibility will be discussed and information on prescription and abbreviations used in prescription will be given. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR300Training II (in Summer)
Hospital and /or Community Pharmacy Training: Determination of the drug requirements of the hospital pharmacy, purchasing drugs for the hospital pharmacy, organisation and placement of the pharmacy, meeting the drug requirements of outpatient and inpatient, obtaining knowledge about drug information studies and keeping the records in the pharmacy as well as evaluation of hospital pharmacy’s relationship with the official and unofficial units are included in the content of this course

PHR301Pharmacognosy I
This course comprises the biological origin of crude drugs, cultivation, collection, drying, stabilization of medicinal plants, chemistry of drugs of biological origin, inorganic compounds, organic acids, plant enzymes, lipids, carbohydrates, monosaccaride derivatives, isolation and identification of sugars in the plant material, homogeneus and heterogenous polysaccarides, tannins, classification, isolation and identification of glycosides, and drugs of biological origin containing the above constituents as well as their pharmacological actions and uses. Pharmacognosy I Lab. Demonstration on microscope, microscopial examinations in theory, quantitative microscopy (measurement in microscope plant cells and tissues, microscopical examination of powdered vegetable drugs, chemical identification of active constituents of saponins, antraquinids, cyanogenetic and cardiac glycogides, tannins, proteins and their chromatographic applications will be performed. Core Textbook: Evans, W.C., (2009), Trease and Evans Pharmacognosy, 16th Edition, Saunders Elsevier, ISBN-13: 978-0702029332 Supplementary Textbook: Heinrich, M. Barnes, J., Gibbons, S., Williamson, E. M. (2012), Fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy, 2nd Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702033889

PHR302Pharmacognosy II
The aim of the course is to train a pharmacist with knowledge of physico-chemical properties, sources, classification and detection of alkaloids and volatile oils belonging to different classes as well as the isolation from natural sources, pharmacologial activity, uses and biosynthesis and alkaloid containing drugs of biological origin. Pharmacognosy II Lab. The isolation techniques, quantitative and qualitative analysis, classification of volatile and fixed oils, quantitative analysis of volatile oils by volumetric and gravimetric methods, indice determinations and, TLC analysis of fixed oils, determination reactions of alkaloids, quantitative colorimetric analysis of Solanaceae alkaloids, quantitative analysis of total alkaloids of Cinchona, chromatographic analysis of alkaloids in medicine, isolation of caffeine from black tea and its pharmacopeal analysis, total qualitative analysis of herbal teas, project presentation will be carried out. Core Textbook: Evans, W.C., (2009), Trease and Evans Pharmacognosy, 16th Edition, Saunders Elsevier, ISBN-13: 978-0702029332 Supplementary Textbook: Heinrich, M. Barnes, J., Gibbons, S., Williamson, E. M. (2012), Fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy, 2nd Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702033889

PHR303Pharmaceutical Chemistry II
Adrenergic agents, adrenergic blocking agents, cholinergic agents, cholinergic blocking agents, cardiac glycosides, antiarrhythmics, antianginal and vasodilator agents, antihypertensives, antihyperlipidemics, coagulant and anticoagulant agents, antianemic drugs, trombolytics, antiaggregeting agents and diuretics are the main topics. Pharmaceutical Chemistry II Lab. Paper, thin layer, column and high pressure liquid chromatography techniques and their applications in drug analysis, separation of solid-solid and liquid-liquid mixtures, determination of some physical parameters such as density, boiling point and melting point, measurement of refraction index and determination of specific rotation, drug metabolism and pharmacopoeia analysis will be performed Core Textbook: Williams, D. A., Lemke, T. L. (2012), Foye's Principle of Medicinal Chemistry, 7th edition, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, ISBN-13: 978-1609133450 Supplementary Textbook: Cairns, D. (2012) Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 4th Edition, , Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN-13: 978-0853699798

PHR304Pharmaceutical Chemistry III
The main topics are introduction to chemotherapy, antiseptics, disinfectans, antiprotozoal, antimalarial, antiaemobic, antileishmanial, antitricomonal, antihelmintic, ectoparasiter, antifungal, antiviral, antineoplastic, antibacterial antimycobacterial, sulfonamides, oxazolidindiones quinolones, antibiotics, digestive carminatives, antiemetics, antiacides and antiulcer drugs, laxative-purgatives, antidiarhetics, antiallergics, local anesthetics, vitamines, diagnostic compounds and hormones. Pharmaceutical Chemistry III Lab. Basic principles of quantitative analysis covering titrimetric methods such as neutralisation, oxido-reduction, complexometry, nitritometry and their application in drug analysis. Also spectrophotometric methods, derivative spectroscopy, quantitative analysis in drug mixture, the principles and applications of the chemical and instrumental techniques such as ultraviolet, infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectroscopy of qualitative analysis and structural elucidation of drugs will be covered. Core Textbook: Williams, D. A., Lemke, T. L. (2012), Foye's Principle of medicinal Chemistry, 7th edition, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, ISBN-13: 978-1609133450 Supplementary Textbook: Cairns, D. (2012) Essentials of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, 4th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN-13: 978-0853699798

PHR305Pharmaceutical Technology II
Rheology, colloidal dispersions, aerosols, suspensions and technological properties of emulsions, ointments transdermal drug carrier systems, suppositories and cosmetics are the main topics. Pharmaceutical Technology II Lab. Suspensions, sedimentation volume, redispersibility and particle size distribution analysis in suspensions, emulsions, liniments, viscosity of intravenous emulsions, HLB, ternary phase diagrams, ointments and drug release form ointments, suppositories and drug release form suppositories, vaginal suppositories’ formulations and properties of semi-solid systems will be covered all through the course. Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1 Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5 Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594

PHR306Pharmaceutical Technology III
New drug delivery systems, parenteral solutions, water for injection, pyrogenity tests, parenteral preparations, contamination, GMP and quality assurance, ophthalmic, nasal and ear preparations, grinding theories and sampling methods, and methods of the particle size determination, the general properties of the powders, definition of preformulation importance and investigation of the organoleptic properties, excipients used in the tablet formulation, compression methods and applications, coating methods, gelatin capsules, stability, packing materials are the main topics. Pharmaceutical Technology III Lab. At the completion of this course, the student will have skills in sterilization techniques (aseptic technique, thermal sterilization), compounding sterile preparations, performing end-product sterilization using a filtration method, calculate the millimoles, milliequivalents, and milliosmoles of selected sterile solutions, calculate the quantities of materials needed to compound selected sterile preparations (including the ability to use E-values to prepare isotonic solutions), select proper drug containers and administration sets for sterile products, prepare labels for sterile drug preparations that fulfill legal requirements and help promote the proper use of the medication. Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1 Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5 Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594

PHR307Pharmacology II
Drugs affecting autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular system, and renal conservation of water will be covered Core Textbook: Whalen K. (2014), Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer, ISBN-13: 978-1451191776 Supplementary Textbook: Katzung BG, Masters SB, Trevor AJ (2014), Basic&Clinical Pharmacology, 12th Edition, McGraw Hill, ISBN 978-0-07-176401-8.

PHR308Pharmacotherapy
Introduces the clinical use of medication in the prevention and treatment of disease and serves as a foundation for the delivery of pharmaceutical care. Rational use of available drugs, pharmacoecomics and pay-back system, pharmacogenetics, drugs adverse reactions, effects of drugs on biochemical parameters will be discussed. Core Textbook: Dipiro, J. T., Talbert, R. L., Yee, G. C., Wells, B. G. (2014), Pharmacotherapy: A pathophysiological approach, 9th Edition, McGraw-Hill Medical, ISBN-10: 0071800530

PHR309Clinical Biochemistry
Introduction to biochemical analysis, biochemistry of the circulatory system, bilirubin metabolism, liver functions and jaundice, and related disorders, biochemistry and disorders of immune system, blood biochemistry, coagulation, hematological disorders, biochemistry of the digestive system and its disorders, digestion of lipids and phospholipids and disorders of lipid metabolism, structure and functions of kidney, kidney function tests, renal diseases and the related biochemical data, renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, hypertension and coronary heart diseases and the related biochemical tests, biochemistry and the disorders of endocrine system, biochemistry and the complications of diabetes mellitus, cancer biochemistry are the main topics. Clinical Biochemistry Lab. Basic techniques in biochemical analysis, hematological tests, quantitative tests for carbohydrates, proteins and total lipids in blood and urine, determination of cholesterol and lipoproteins in plasma, liver and kidney function tests, determination of keton bodies and their metabolites in urine, enzymatic tests will be performed. Core Textbook: Crook, M. A. (2012), Clinical Chemistry and Metabolic Medicine, 8th edition, Hodder Arnold, ISBN-13: 978-1444144147 Marshall, W. J. and Bangert, S. K. (2012). Clinical chemistry, 7th edition, Edinburgh : Mosby, ISBN-13: 978-0723437031

PHR310Pharmacology III
Drugs used to treat diseases of central nervous system, autacoids, drugs affecting respiratory, gastrointestinal and endocrine systems will be covered. Core Textbook: Whalen K. (2014), Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Pharmacology, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer, ISBN-13: 978-1451191776 Supplementary Textbook: Katzung BG, Masters SB, Trevor AJ (2014), Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 12th Edition, McGraw Hill, ISBN 978-0-07-176401-8.

PHR311Health and Drug Economy
Information on general management human resources management, general accounting, pharmacoeconomics will be covered. Core Textbook: Rascati, K. (2013), Essentials of Pharmacoeconomics Point, Lippincott Williams & Witkins, ISBN-10; 1451175930

PHR312First Aid
Structure and functions of human body, definition and principles of first aid, basic first aid applications, evaluation of accident environment, transport of casualty, choking, coma, artificial respiration and heart massage, first aid in bleeding, shock, heat stroke, cold exposure epilepsy, bites, fractures, bandage and atelles, first aid legislation will be covered. Core Textbook: Course Package

PHR314History of Pharmacy and Deontology
The main topics are origins and evolution of pharmacy through the ages, pharmacy in Turkey, famous pharmacists in the world, discovery of medicines, also notion and rules of deontology, its history and evolution will be covered in the second part of the course. Core Textbook: Course Package

PHR400Trainning III (in Summer)
Industry Training: Formulation designing studies, quality control and quality assurance studies of raw materials and products, manufacturing studies of different dosage forms, the studies of sales and marketing units, studies of approval file preparation for licensed and generic products, studies concerned with GMP/GLP will be performed in the pharmaceutical industry. {[CD]\>*_C:Q_3:7}

PHR401Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Applications of recombinant DNA in the pharmaceutical sciences biotechnology derived protein products, vaccines, monoclonal antibodies and pharmaceutical applications, formulation of pharmaceutical biotechnology products, gene therapy, and viral and non-viral gene therapeutics, cell culture, fermentation and bioreactor systems, usage of transgenic plants and animals for production of biopharmaceuticals, analytical methods used in pharmaceutical biotechnology, role of the pharmacists in dispensing and application of biotechnology products will be covered. Core Textbook: Groves, M. J. (2006). Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Second Edition, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, ISBN-13: 978-0849318733

PHR402Biopharmaceutics Pharmacokinetics
Absorption mechanisms, physiological and pharmaceutical factors effecting bioavailability and bioequivalence and their calculations, in vivo correlations, compartment models and importance, definition and history of clinical pharmacokinetics, importance of pharmacokinetic models, absorption kinetics, first past effect, estimation methods of bioavailability and bioequivalence, distribution and elimination kinetics, distribution volume, estimation of total clearance, the effect of pathological situations on the pharmakokinetic parameters will be covered. Core Text: Shargel, L, Wu-Pong, Yu, A. (2012), Applied Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics, 6th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education

PHR403Pharmaceutical Technology IV
Methods of particle size, reduction, grinding theories and sampling methods, the importance of particle size, determination methods of the particle size, the general properties of the powders, definition of preformulation importance and investigation of the organoleptic properties, excipients used in the tablet formulation, compression methods and applications, coating methods, gelatin capsules, stability, packing materials will be covered. Pharmaceutical Technology IV Lab. Boric acid tablet, aspirin tablet by direct compression, aspirin tablet by dry granulation, sodium phenobarbital tablet, aspirin-phenacetine-cafeine tablet, ascorbic acid tablet by dry granulation, acetaminophen tablet, ascorbic acid tablet by wet granulation, effervescent bath tablet, effervescent antiacid tablet, antiacid chewing tablet, sustained release aspirin tablet, tablet dissolution test, stability test of aspirin tablet, sugar coating and film coating of solid dosage forms and capsules, formulation designs will be performed. Core Textbook: Aulton, M. E., Taylor, K. M.G (2013). Aulton’s Pharmaceutics, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN: 978-0-7020-4291-1 Supplementary Textbook: Sinko, P. (2010), Martin’s Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6th Edition, Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, ISBN 978-0-7817-9766-5 Rowe, C. R., Sheskey, P. J., Cook, W. G., Fenton, M. E. (2012). Handbook of Pharmaceutical Experiments, 7th Edition, Pharmaceutical Press, ISBN 978-085711027594

PHR404Research Methods and Skills
Research techniques, preparing research aim, presentation of research subjects, literature survey, evaluation of the literature will be presented. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR405Pharmaceutical Toxicology
History and principles of toxicology, toxicity tests, and absorption, distribution, and excretion and biotransformation of toxicants, classification mechanisms of toxic effects, mutagenesis and mutagenic agents, teratogenesis and teratogenic agents, carcinogenesis, carcinogenic agents, allergic reactions and immunotoxic effects, toxicological assessment of drug-drug interactions, hypersensitivity reactions of toxicants and idiosyncratic reactions, general approach to emergency management of poisoning will be covered. Pharmaceutical Toxicology Lab. Classification of poisons, qualitative and quantitative analysis methods of toxicant, isolation characterization and toxicity determinations of acidic and alkali drugs from biological samples, qualitative and quantitative analysis and assessment of their toxicities of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, cardiovascular drugs and drugs with low therapeutic index in biological samples will be performed. Also knowledge about poison information centers in Cyprus and Turkey will be given. Core Textbook: Hayes, A. W., Kruger, G. L. (2014), Hayes’ Principles and Methods of Toxicology, 6th Edition, CRC Press, ISBN-13: 978-1842145364 Supplementary Textbook: Lodola, A., Stadler, J. (2013), Pharmaceutical Toxicology in Practice: A Guide to Non-clinical Development, Wiley, ISBN-13: 978-0470371374

PHR406Law, Ethics and Proffesionalism in Pharmacy Practice
Turkish pharmacy laws and regulations, business ethics, good pharmacy practice, pharmaceutical industry, hospital, pharmacy and patient interactions will be covered. Also, pharmacy legislation, recent acts and regulations, definition of social pharmacy, definitions of health, consumer behavior in prescreption and nonprescription drug choice, patient-physician-pharmacist communication, drug noncompliance and consequences will be covered. Core Textbook: Kosergarten, D. C., Pissano, D. J., (2006). Pharmacy and Federal Drug Law, McGraw-hill Global Educational Holdings, ISBN: 0-07-146809-9

PHR407Pharmacognosy III
This course is continuation of pharmacognosy II. Core Textbook: Evans, W.C., (2009), Trease and Evans Pharmacognosy, 16th Edition, Saunders Elsevier, ISBN-13: 978-0702029332 Supplementary Textbook: Heinrich, M. Barnes, J., Gibbons, S., Williamson, E. M. (2012), Fundamentals of pharmacognosy and phytotherapy, 2nd Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702033889

PHR408Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care II
Respiratory system disorders cardiovascular system disorders, rheumatological disorders, infectious diseases, neurological-psychological disorders, geriatric disorders and the role of pharmacist on these disorders will be covered. Core Textbook: Walker, R., Whittlesea, C. (2011), Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 5th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702042935 Supplementary Textbook: Alldredge, B. (2012), Koda-Kimble and Young's Applied Therapeutics: The Clinical Use of Drug, 10th Edition, LWW, ISBN-13: 978-1609137137

PHR409Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care I
Basics and principles of clinical pharmacy, drug usage in risk group patients and the role of pharmacist in, gastrointestinal system disorders and the role of pharmacist in hepatic disorders, renal disorders, endocrine system disorders will be covered. Core Textbook: Walker, R., Whittlesea, C. (2011), Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 5th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, ISBN-13: 978-0702042935

PHR410Cosmetology
Production technologies, properties of dermatolological products, cosmetics which contain active substances, types of products, stability and effectivity tests performed in cosmetic products at standard basis (GMP, GLP etc.) of international regulations, and adverse effects of cosmeceutics will be covered. Core Textbook: Course package Supplementary Textbook: Swarbrick, J. (2006) Encyclopedia of Pharmaceutical Technology, 3rd Edition, Informa Healthcare

PHR411Pharmacy Management
This course covers business management and accounting in addition to cost minimization, cost benefit, cost effectiveness and cost utility analysis of pharmaceutical products in medical field. Core Textbook: Rascati, K. L. (2013), Essentials of Pharmacoeconomics, 2nd Edition, Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins. Philadelphia PA, ISBN-13: 978-1451175936 Dessella, S. P., Zgarrick, D. P. (2005), Pharmacy Management; Essentials for All Practice Settings, New York, NY, the Mcgraw-Hill companies, IP No. 0-07-141869-5

PHR413Drug Information in Clinical Pharmacy Practice
Information sources in drug information, clinical pharmacists' counselling and monitoring, oral contraceptive use, clinical use of nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs, drug information on anticoagulants, iron preparations, vitamins and minerals, determination and prevention of drug interactions by the clinical pharmacist, drug information in pregnancy and lactation, clinical use of antifungal drugs, pharmacist counselıng in oral hygiene and care, drug-induced nephrotoxicity, drug-induced hepatotoxicity, drug allergy are the main topics. Core Textbook: Malone, P. M., Kier, K. L., Stanovich, J. E. (2011), Drug information: a guide to Pharmacists, 4th Edition, IP no. 212 .175.119.58

PHR415Patients Safety and Medical Error
Introduction to rational drug use, role of pharmacists in rational drug use, drug dispensing, patient education, compliance, case studies are the main topics. Core Textbook: Warholak, T. E., Nau, D. P. (2010). Quality and Safety in Pharmacy Practice, McGraw-Hill Global Educational Holdings, ISBN: 978-0-07-160385-0

PHR416Good Manufacturing Practice
The main topics are quality assurance, quality control, organization and personelles, environment buildings and equipment manufacturing and process controls, packaging and labeleng controls, laboratory controls, storage and distribution, documentation, product saving and recalling, validation, and calibration Core Textbook: Course package

PHR417Principles of Pharmaceutical Care
Patient oriented concepts, pharmaceutical care processes like, pharmaceutical care in hyperlipidemia, in gastrointestinal disorders, in diabetes, in upper respiratory tract infections, in rational antibiotic use, problems in antibiotic use in pain and muscle spasms, in hypertension, and clinical pharmacist's role in herbal drug use, common skin disorders with clinical pharmacist's approach are the main topics. Core Textbook: Cipolle, R. J., Strand, L. M., Morley, P. C. (2012). Pharmaceutical Care Practice; the patient-centered Approach to medication management Services, 3rd Edition, McGraw-Hill Global Educational Holdings, ISBN: 978-0-07-175638-9

PHR418Industrial Pharmacy
Personel, building and enviroment, supplying units, equipment, quality assurance, GMP, quality control, documentation, validation are the main topics. Core Textbook: Hiremath, S. R. (2008).Textbook of industrial Pharmacy: Drug delivery Systems, Cosmetics and Herbal Drug Technology, Orient Longman, ISBN-13: 978-8125033097

PHR419Nutrimental Plants
The main topics are role and value of the plant sources in human nutrition, vegetable products pertaining nutrition. Also various nutrimental plants in alphabetical order according to their Latin names will be presented. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR420Manufacturing and Quality Control of Active Pharmaceuticals
Importance of R&D in API manufacture, importance of patent search in API manufacture, design and installation of an API, working safety, reactions utilized in organic synthesis, arrangement of reaction conditions, determination of the synthetic methods, separation and purification techniques after synthesis, sources, monitorisation and removal of impurities, quality controls applied to the APIs, methods for the production of aspirin, and acetaminophen, methods for the production of semi-synthetic penicillins, production methods of some newly developed APIs, pormation of salts of the APIs and salt selection, crystal polymorphism in APIs and hydrates will be covered. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR421Pharmacovigilance and Drug Interactions
The main topics are introduction to adverse drug reactions and spontaneous reporting, history and importance of pharmacovigilance, the safety of medicines in public health programmes, necessity of national pharmacovigilance systems, establishment of pharmacovigilance system in Turkey (TUFAM), national reporting, PSUR, international pharmacovigilance data sources.Drug interactions introduction to pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics (ADME), drug interactions with antibacterial agents, antiviral and antineoplastic agents, anticoagulants, antihypertansives, antiplatelet and other drugs used in cardiovascular diseases, drugs acting in CNS, With drugs acting in endocrine system, drugs used to treat gastrointestinal disorders, drug interactions with muscle relaxants and antitussive drugs will be covered in the second part of the course. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR422Protein Production by Recombinant Dna Technology
Recombinant DNA technology production flow chart, cell bank and general information about the preparation techniques, expression systems, fermentation techniques, fermentors and bioreactors, up and downstream processes, separation and purification techniques for expressed proteins and production related problems will be covered. Core Textbook: Zhu, J. (2013), Protein Production by Recombinant DNA Technology textbook, Smithers Rapra Technology, ISBN:978-1847359766

PHR424Cell Culture Techniques
Introduction of cell culture, cell culture laboratory layout and equipment used in cell culture types and origins, cell bank systems, cell bank system applications, cell freezing and storage methods, cell bank system applications, cell viability and toxicity tests, tissue engineering are the main topics Core Textbook: Mather, J. P., Roberts, P. E. (2013). Introduction to Cell and Tissue Culture: Theory and Technique (Introductory Cell and Molecular Biology Techniques), Springer, ISBN-13: 978-0306458590

PHR500Training IV
Industry Training: Formulation designing studies, quality control and quality assurance studies of raw materials and products, manufacturing studies of different dosage forms, the studies of sales and marketing units, studies of approval file preparation for licensed and generic products, studies concerned with GMP/GLP will be performed in the pharmaceutical industry.

PHR501Graduation Project I
The student will prepare a project on specific topic under the supervision of an academic advisor will gain skills in writing a project report

PHR502Graduation Project II
The student will continue on the same project specific topic under the supervision of an academic advisor will gain skills in writing a project report with the data obtained and be able to present the project as a poster or oral presentation in a scientific meeting.

PHR503Oxidation and Antioxidation
Free radicals, generation mechanims of free radicals, free radical-induced tissue and organ injury, the role of free radicals in physiological functions, free radical-induced diseases, the role of free radicals in aging, free radicals and cancer, antioxidant systems and exercise, endogenous antioxidants, exogenous antioxidants, experimental methods for oxidative tissue injury methods for antioxidants will be covered. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR504Training V
Industry Training: Formulation designing studies, quality control and quality assurance studies of raw materials and products, manufacturing studies of different dosage forms, the studies of sales and marketing units, studies of approval file preparation for licensed and generic products, studies concerned with GMP/GLP will be performed in the pharmaceutical industry. Drug Analysis and Control Laboratories Training: Analysis of quality control API and of pharmaceutical product (method, materials and equipment, application, evaluation of data) will be performed. Parenteral Solution Laboratory Training: Organisation and management, working system, methods for the production of parenteral solutions and flow chart, quality control of raw materials and finished product are the main topics. State Organizations Training: Working systems, knowledge on the programmes used in this center will be covered.

PHR505Perfume and Perfume's Chemistry
Definition of perfume, history of perfume, series of perfume, types of perfume, notes of perfume, chemical structure of perfume, perfume ingredients, aroma chemicals, fragrant molecules, making perfume, application of perfume (food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industry) are the main topics. Core Textbook: Pybus, D., Sell, C. (1999). The chemistry of fragrances, Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain), ISBN: 085404528; 9780854045280

PHR509Patient Education and Monitoring
Patient education and it's importance for clinical pharmacist, communication and patient counseling techniques, therapeutic drug monitoring, narrow therapeutic index drugs in monitoring and patient education, role of patient education in rational antibiotic use, patient counseling for antibiotics of different dosage forms, adherence issues and patient education in elderly patients, patient education in diabetes, patient counseling session for antidiabetic drugs, for different inhaler dosage forms, dosage forms with special usage instructions and patient education, patient education for OTC Drugs, patient education for antihypertansive drugs and general evaluation will be covered. Core Textbook: Navanno, R. P. (2008). Managed Care Pharmacy Practice, 2nd Edition, Bartlett Learning, ISBN-10; 0763732400

PHR511Drug Design
Historical background of drug design and discovery, drug-receptor interactions and bond types involved in these interactions, the role of water/lipid solubility in binding, distribution and metabolism of drugs, importance of stereochemistry in drug action, conformational flexibility, rigid analogues, importance of structure-activity relationships for new drug design and the role of acidity-basicity in drug effect, approaches used for the definition of lead compounds, design based on target macromolecules, endogenous molecules, analogue design, combinatorial chemistry, pharmacophore definition, lead compound modification and optimization, prediction of lipophilicity, ionization and steric parameters, pro-drug design, drug targetting and soft drug design, the drug design based on enzymes, enzyme inhibitors, toxic effects due to the functional groups and their corrections, examples of succesful applications for rational drug design are the main topics. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR513Drug Licence and Patent
Drug license process and problems, safety evaluation during drug licensing, laws and regulations in drug licensing, documents required for application in drug licensing, preparation of a CTD file, CTD format for generics drug licensing, pharmaceutical dosage forms and quality control methods in drug licensing, bioavailability and bioequivalence studies in the CTD files, pharmaceutical dosage forms and quality control methods in drug licensing, importance of packaging materials in drug licensing, stability studies in drug licensing, general information about intellectual property rights and patents, patent and legal processes in the pharmaceutical sector are the main topics. Core Textbook: Course package

PHR515Phytotherapy Applied
Methods of preparing herbal teas, phytotherapeutics for mouth and throat disorders, for respiratory tract disorders, for cardiovascular disorders, hepatoprotective and choleretic phytotherapeutics, for central nervous system, gynecological, dermatological and rheumatism disorders herbal medicines, for gastrointestinal tract disorders, herbal medicines for urinary system, herbal dietary products, analysis of phyto-pharmaceuticals in market, herbal monographs are the main topics. Core Textbook: Course package

PHRXXXElective
Student has to choose one elective

PHS201Physics I
Vectors, Motion and action laws. Dynamics and Newton`s laws of motion. Newton's Law of universal gravity. Work and energy. Push and momentum, Rotation and angular momentum. Collisions, Heat and temperature.

PHS202Physics II
Coulomb's law and electric field. Gauss's law and electric potential. Capacitance and electric energy. Current and resistance, energy in the circuit. Magnetic field. Faraday's law, inductance. Magnetic fields in matter waves sound.

PHY107Physics
This course provides a basic grounding in elementary mechanics including kinematics of motion, Newton's laws of motion and gravitation, the conservation laws of momentum and energy and collisions. The rotational dynamics of rigid bodies, equilibrium statics together with of inertia and angular momentum are also covered. Core Textbook: Giancolli, D. (2013), Physics For Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, 4th Edition, Pearson, ISBN-13: 978-1292020761

POLS101Intro. to Political Science
This course introduces students to the discipline of political science. Basic definitions of the political process and the fundamental concepts used in studying politics are discussed. The course acquaints students with how political scientists think about society and provides a basis for more sophisticated research and understanding of empirical political theory, as well as skills for analysing political and social issues.

POLS202History of Political Thought
An analysis of the concepts of politics through the writings of major political thinkers, especially Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Burke, Marx and Mill is presented. Special focus will centre on the foundations of modern authoritarian and democratic politics. The course is a preparation to Contemporary Political Theory.

POLS301European Political History
Historical analysis of political and diplomatic relations between the great powers of Europe in the late XIX-XX century is presented and then the introduction of U.S. politics into the world power arena is included to the analysis. The emphasis is initially placed on the relations between Britain, France, Austria, Russia, Germany and the Ottoman Empire; the Eastern Question, German and Italian unifications, the Balkan Crisis, World War I and II. In the second half of the course, the emphasis will shift to the post-World War II diplomatic events: the peace conferences and settlements, the creation of the European Community, the history and political dynamics of the Cold War, and its European implications.

POLS302Political Psychology
This course provides a psychological analysis of the political process, with special attention given to political socialisation and alienation as the two important political stages, which needs the utmost psychological attention in order to be well understood.

POLS303Turkish Politics
This course aims to give a detailed knowledge and understanding of the scientific analysis of major political events in Turkey. Political structure, political culture, political system, election systems, party systems, ideologies and the basic political tendencies within the Ottoman-Turkish context is also be analysed from a sociological and historical point of view.

POLS304Political Ideologies
Concepts and issues such as civil society, citizenship, nationalism, liberalism, conservatism, feminism, socialism, national-socialism, fascism, racism, sexism and other various new social movements and political ideologies is discussed both in theory and in actual practice. The course also connects ideologies to a broader social and economic system.

POLS309Analysis of Articulations of Political Thought in Films
Human thoughts developing into ideologies, which fertiles into doctr?nes, is a fundamental process in human livings. This process is circumscribed with paradigms constituting material and non material components. Films possess, unique opportunities to articulate paradigmatic constructions and present the ideologies, defining the codifications in human behaviour. Developing students competence to analyse political ideologies using visual and oratoric mediums, the cultural and paradigmatic environment is the primary aim of this course.

POLS401Political Sociology
P This course aims to give detailed knowledge and a required formation regarding fundamental subjects of political sociology to students from various programmes of the Faculty. In addition it aims to teach students how to reach the required knowledge and to equip themselves with the ability of analytical thinking. Another objective of the course is to re-examine political experience and the socio-political structure of various cases including Turkey. In accordance we will frequently try to understand the relationships between some sociological-political theories and certain aspects of our own societies in practice.

POLS407Global Political Economy
This course discusses key international political economic issues using a case based approach. Topics: Economic and political challenges of trade liberalization for both industrialized and developing nations, the role of natural resources and foreign direct investment in economic development, regionalism, global capital flows and financial crises, strategic trade and competition. The course also deals with political globalization as regards economic globalization and the dissolution of international system into a global one.

POLS408Media Politics
The course deals with the production of information, image and news within political and ideological processes and with the relationship between political system and media. The course also analyse how political system communicate with the citizens anf contribute to the formation of public space and how citizens impact on politicians, bureaucrats by implementing a public control system.

POLS409Nation State & Nationalism
This course covers nationalism and nation building in historical perspective. Ethnicity, national consciousness and ethnic nationalism will be analysed in an international comparative framework. The course deals with nationalism in the context of nation state and its building process and hence offers some aspects of state theories in general and social-cultural integration of people and citizens into a general social whole.

POLS410Gender Politics
The course concerns male-female relations and gender identities in political life and puts special emphasis on the development of feminist theories and shows that gender identities are socially produced and have impacts on civil society and political power. Gender politics also considers woman question and woman movements in particular.

POLS412Theories of Democracy
The course introduces conceptions of democracy from antiquity to modernity and post-modernity and deals with antique, liberal-plural democracy, social-democracy and socialist democracy, radical post-modern democracy. The course focus on liber theory of democracy and democratic institutions in particular.

POLS413Contemporary Human Rights
This is an introductory course on the theory and practice of international human rights. The full range of human rights issues-international, national and non-governmental- will be covered. The course also analyses Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law War of Law in the context of human rights violations of the recent periods.

POLS414International Environmental Politics
This course will focus on applying divergent theoretical approaches to analysis of the causes, consequences for resolvability of international environmental issues, and look at how these issues in turn affect the future of international relations.

POLS415Political Parties & Election Systems
This course is designed to introduce the student to some basic aspects of the Turkish social structure; such as politics, system of norms and economy, population, modes of residence, social classes and family will be other important issues of concern.

POLS416Theories of State
The course is concerned with the theories of state according to its classical, liberal, conservative, Weberian, Marxist and Post-modern conceptions and forcuses on the modern state, its functions and political-bureaucratic organization in particular, and its relation to society, law, economy and international system. Finally, the course concerns fordist, Keynesian, welfare and nation characterisitics which under change and dissolution.

POLS417Contemporary Political Theory
This course outlines the history of political thought of more recent thinkers, all of whom have reformulated classical political theories in the twentieth century, such as V. Lenin, Frederich Hayek, Antonio Gramsci, Hannah Arendth, Lousi Althusser, Michael Focault, John Rawls, Andre Gorz, Jurgen Habermas, Ralph Miliband, and Francis Fukuyama, Manuell Castells, and David Harvey.

PRE101Introduction to Communication
Introduces students to four core principles that undergird the study and practice of communication - communication literacy, research inquiry, theories and concepts, and community engagement. Principles discussed and developed in the context of international communication, political communication, and communication technology and society.

PRE102History of Communication
This course introduces students to the history of media and communication and to the stakes of historical inquiry. Rather than tracing a necessarily selective historical arc from alphabet to Internet or from cave painting to coding, the course is organized around an exploration of key concepts such as literacy, publicity, temporality, visual culture, networks and information.

PRE103Introduction to Business and Management I
This course examines the fundamental issues in the development of new markets for products and services globally. It provides a foundation for understanding the functional areas of business and how they contribute to the management of a firm. Students use this foundational knowledge to analyze cases and complete projects in order to gain an understanding of some of the key issues affecting a wide range of the most important global industries. First-year students can gain a better understanding the vast array of career possibilities available to those who study business

PRE106Introduction to Business and Management II
The course provides a review of management as an area of theoretical development as well as a field of practice. It comprises classical management theories and modern approaches to organisation and business. Main blocks of the course are functions of management, managerial processes and interaction between organisations and their environment. The course includes elements of organisational behaviour. Business cases are used as application of theoretical concepts.

PRE201Introduction to Political Science
The objective of this course is to introduce the student to the issues and concepts of political science.The aim of the course is to familiarize the students with the realm of politics.Many political terminologies and ideologies will be defined and analyzed. The ultimate objective of this course is to draw inquisitive conclusionsfromeach ofthisissuesand conceptsunder the frameworkofdemocracy aswellasto prepare the student for further study intheareasof politicsandinternational relations.

PRE202Introduction to Public Relations
This course is an introduction to public relations practice. It is designed to give students a fundamental understanding of how to research a communication problem and develop an appropriate program while considering its legal and ethical contexts.

PRE203Communication Sociology
This course introduces students with new conceptions and paradigms about mass communication and intends to give students a comprehensive grasp of the key controversies which characterize media sociology,to understand culture and society and to involve application of theoretical concerns to actual cultural processes.

PRE205Creative Writing
This course is designed to guide students in creative writing through experience in three genres: short story, poetry, and creative non-fiction. The course includes analysis of literary models (professional writings in each genre), individual and class criticism of work in a workshop mode, and lecture on and discussion of literary techniques in each genre.

PRE206Media Law
This course compares the laws of communication applied in theTRNC,Turkey and in the world.Focus is also given to issues such as violation of personal rights, the right to answer(modification),EuropeanCross Border PublicationAgreement,as well asother issues such as the Article coded 3984.

PRE208Diction and Debate
This course will develop and improve public speaking, argumentative, and critical­thinking skills in communication settings. Students will prepare and deliver speeches and participate in several of in­class debates and forums on current topics. Techniques will be taught to control speech anxiety, and structure and organize information to present to a variety of audiences

PRE209Introduction to Economics I
A one semester introduction to the principles of both micro- and macroeconomics. Microeconomics topics will include the basics of supply and demand, the behavior of consumers and businesses, and how markets operate. Macroeconomic topics will include the fundamental components of gross domestic product(GDP), the problems of inflation and unemployment, the impacts of government fiscal and monetary policies, and economic growth.

PRE210Advertising Design
This course introduces students to the field of advertising design. Advertising problems are presented and students are encouraged to develop solutions that areoriginal, unexpected andpersuasive. Students are presented with advertising problems and develop appropriate solutions that are original, unexpected and memorable.

PRE211Statistics I
This course is an introduction to probability and statistics. Topics include: elementary principles and applications of descriptive statistics, elementary probability principles, probability distributions, estimation of parameters, hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation, and ANOVA. Scientific calculators with two-variable statistics capabilities may be required.

PRE212News Report Writing
News Writing and Reporting I, is a skills-based immersion in the world of journalism. Students will learn the foundations of journalism and the craft's two main components – reporting and writing the news.

PRE302Theories of Mass Communication
A discussion of significant factors related to communication theory. Contemporary theories of mass communication, the mass media, audience analysis, and the role of mass communication in society will be among the topics examined in the course. Students elect to examine an aspect of mass communication that is of interest to them, and present their findings in research papers and projects.

PRE303Research Methods of Social Sciences
This course will provide an opportunity for participants to establish or advance their understanding of research throughcritical exploration of research language, ethics, and approaches. The course introduces the language of research, ethical principles and challenges, and the elements of the research process within quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods approaches. Participants will use these theoretical underpinnings to begin to critically review literature relevant to their field or interests and determine how research findings are useful in forming their understanding of their work, social, local and global environment .

PRE304Organisational Communication
An analysis of organizational communication theories and methods and a study of organizational culture and communication patterns. Includes practice in the analysis of organizational communication problems and an introduction to interventions and methods of communication training.

PRE305Introduction to Journalism for Pr
This course examines contemporary issues related to the news paper industry and to print journalism and relationships between news production, journalism,media and society.The course aim is to show students interrelation between PR and Media organizations and duties of PR practitioners as media relations practitioners. At the end of the semester, students will understand the role of public relations in society as well as in various organizations.

PRE306Media Planning
In this course you will explore the role of a media planner in advertising media agencies. In particular, you will examine the complexity in negotiating media investment, identifying dynamics between media buyers and sellers. Theories that underpin the development of media plans for multiple media will be a focus. You will develop the necessary skills and tools to investigate audiences’ media exposure and to evaluate media plans. You will also examine and use media applications that support strategic media decisions.

PRE307Organisational Behaviour
Students examine the behaviour of individuals and how they interact with each other in different workplace organizations. Topics include an orientation to organizational behaviour; individual behaviour; individual and behavioural processes; team processes; organizational dynamics; and organizational processes.

PRE308Consumer Behaviour
Students develop an appreciation for the influence consumer behavior has on marketing activities. Students apply psychological, social and cultural concepts to marketing decision making. Topics include the importance of consumer behaviour and research; internal influences such as motivation and involvement, personality, self-image, life-style, perception, learning, attitude formation and change, and communication; external influences such as culture, subculture, social class, reference groups and family, and the diffusion of innovations; and consumer decision making.

PRE309Human Resources Management
This course examines the role of the human resource professional as a strategic partner in managing today?s organizations. Key functions such as recruitment, selection, development, appraisal, retention, compensation, and labor relations are examined. Implications of legal and global environments are appraised and current issues such as diversity training, sexual harassment policies, and rising benefit costs are analyzed. Best practices of employers of choice are considered.

PRE311Marketing Management
This course provides an introduction to all aspects of marketing, including strategic marketing planning, marketing research, product planning and development, promotion planning, distribution and pricing. It provides an understanding of the theories of the marketing mix variables, and a practical application in the context of the marketing management cycle processes of research, planning, organization, implementation and control.

PRE401Promotion Management
This is an advanced course in the field of Marketing which focuses on the role of promotion (a.k.a. Marketing Communications) efforts in our society and how they can be used by organizations to further their Marketing objectives. Emphasis will be on the practical application of learning gained in earlier courses, including the development of an Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) campaign

PRE403Pr Campaign
Public Relations Campaigns is a capstone course that introduces students to the process of campaign development, management, and evaluation using the principles and strategies of public relations and agency management. Recreating real-world professional settings, this course marks your transition from student to professional. The aim of this course is to help you master the elements of a strategic communication campaign through direct experience as a practitioner. The course is designed from a professional perspective and makes use of extensive reallife examples. You will be working with a real-world client, which implies I expect you to conduct yourself like professionals in your interaction with me, your teammates, and your client. This also means that you will be evaluated on the quality, creativity, and professionalism of your work product.

PRE404Publicity
To initiate and improve relations with media; to write press releases and to arrange news briefs; to control publicity.The importance of opinion polls and promotion are also discussed regarding publicity.The students will be able to acquire expertise and professional skills in class room interactive discussions.The means of publicity such as campaign, promotional marketing, media planning will also be discussed.

PRE405Advertsing Workshop
This course introduces students to product/service promotion and advertising. Students will gain a basic understanding of the components of an advertising agency; strategies, media choices, budgets, production analysis, proposals and presentations. Professional ethics will be addressed.

PRE406Personal Selling
This course focuses on the theoretical and practical techniques used in selling goods and services in a business-to-business (b-to-b) environment. Emphasis is given to developing practical skills in presenting goods and services to prospective buyers. Attention is devoted to the art of persuasion as a life-skill and to the need to develop professional relationships in business. The importance of the sales professional in the business community and the need for ethical behaviour is emphasized. The overriding sales philosophy is relationship focused and the customer approach is consultative.

PRE408Media Ethics
This course will combine practical and theoretical aspects of ethics, in the context of advertising, publicrelations, journalism and massmedia entertainment.The objective of this course is to discuss successes and failures of a wide variety of ethical dilemmas and their implications to the media and society.

PS111General Physics I
Introduces classical mechanics. Space and time: straight-line kinematics; motion in a plane; forces and equilibrium; experimental basis of Newton's laws; particle dynamics; universal gravitation; collisions and conservation laws; work and potential energy; vibrational motion; conservative forces; inertial forces and non-inertial frames; central force motions; rigid bodies and rotational dynamics.

PS112General Physics II
Introduction to electromagnetism and electrostatics: electric charge, Coulomb's Law, electric structure of matter, conductors and dielectrics. Gauss's Law, Concepts of electrostatic field and potential, electrostatic energy. Electric currents, magnetic fields and Ampere's law. Magnetic materials. Time-varying fields and Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction; magnetism and matter; basic electric circuits; AC circuits and resonance; Electromagnetic waves and Maxwell's equations. (Prerequisite: PS111)

PSY001Internship
The major aim of these Internship is to give students a practical orientation in their field of interest. Observations and practice at various setting, such as psychiatric clinics and nursery schools. The students are required to participate in weekly discussion sessions with the supervising staff member of the department.

PSY101Introduction to Psychology I
The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the broad range of topics that are studied in the field of psychology. This course provides the student with a broad introduction to the field of psychology, one of the social sciences. Among the topics covered are gathering data on the causes and correlates of behavior, and key figures in psychology and their theories. This survey of psychology will acquaint the student with the major concepts and terminology of the discipline and give a better understanding of self and others. In the process students will hopefully gain some insight into what makes people think, feel, and behave the way that they do.

PSY102Introduction to Psychology II
This course is a continuation of PSY 101 and will cover the following topics: human development, health psychology, personality, psychological assessment, psychological disorders and treatments, and social psychology. The major aim of this course will be to gain the knowledge of interpretation of the topics above in the light of major theoretical approaches in psychology as cognitive, psychodynamic, behaviourist and socio-cultural.

PSY103Elemntary Mathematics
The main objective of the course is to provide the mathematical background needed for psychological and psychometrical research and analyses. On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed knowledge and understanding of:Rational numbers and their properties, Basic operations with numbers and algebraic expressions. Concept of linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, their solutions and related applications.

PSY104English for Psychology
This course is designed for those who have no previous knowledge of APA Style®. This course will show students how to structure and format their work, recommends ways to reduce bias in language, identifies how to avoid charges of plagiarism, shows how to cite references in text, and provides selected reference examples.

PSY204Biological Bases of Behavior
This course is a survey of basic topics relating to the biological bases of behaviour, including topics relating to the physiology of neuronal and synaptic transmission, neurochemistry, neuro-endocrinology and developmental neurobiology

PSY211Research Design in Psychology
Introducing students to research articles/journals, theories and hypotheses, expeirmental research, quasi-experimental research, non-experimental research, using design decision trees, ethics, the research process, literature search, critical reading of the literature, and APA style and paper write-up.

PSY213Critical Thinking
Objectives of the course will be to help the students :Develop confidence in assessing, reasoning and defending beliefs and values of others .Appreciate importance of approaching issues from different viewpoints and recognize complexity surrounding most controversial issues. Appreciate importance of critical thinking in public and private decision-making

PSY218Statistics and Research Methods I
This course is designed to be an intensive investigation into statistical analyses commonly used in Psychology and other social-behavioral sciences. Psychology is a science. Science requires specific methods that tests, confirms, or disconfirms hypotheses that provide supporting evidence or no evidence to a theory. One of the main goals of this module is to develop your skills in psychology research.

PSY221Developmental Psychology I
Developmental Psychology is one of the largest fields of psychology which explores the changes in human behaviour and development from conception to death in the light of biological, psychological and social influences. The aims of this course are to understand the main theoretical and practical themes of human development from conception to late childhood in the light of cultural and cross-cultural aspects.

PSY240Clnical Psychology I
Contemporary practice of clinical psychology with emphasis on theories and techniques of behavioural assessment and the management of psychological disorder.

PSY251Social Psychology I
A historical overview of theories, methods, and research topics in social psychology, Topics to be covered include social perception, social attitudes and attitude formation and change, interpersonal attraction, aggression, altruism, authority, stereotypes, gender roles and prejudice.

PSY284Experimental Psychology
A course designed to acquaint students with be theories of learning and related research. Primary concerns of the course relate to classical and operant conditioning, reinforcement and reinforcement schedules, discrimination ad generalizationA presentation of the scientific method as applied experimentally to the problems of psychology. The course focuses on the logic, principles and practices of modern science and how it is applied to understanding the nature of reality. Successful completion of this course will prepare the student for graduate work and advanced experimental concepts and also enable at a minimum to become an informed consumer of science.

PSY301Pre-Dissertation Elective
This course is a pre-requisite for PSY401. This course is designed to cover the basic processes involved in doing basic research for final dissertation during your senior year. You will initially select your topic of research, learn how to brainstorm, how to do a library search for empirical articles, how to fill out an ethics committee application, how to create a detailed outline, learn how to use specific editing features that will help you write your thesis, how to write a proposal, the difference between plagiarism and paraphrasing, how to fill out an advisor request form, understand the GAU dissertation / thesis writing guidelines & structure, apply APA format writing, organize APA references - primary & secondary sources, and create the general skeleton for the first 3 chapters of your dissertation.

PSY312Ethics and History of Psychology
In this course the principles underlying the so-called moral behaviour in the application of psychology will be discussed ın the light of world wide valid rules and regulations and history of psychology.

PSY318Statistics and Research Methods II
This course is designed to be an intensive investigation into statistical analyses commonly used in Psychology and other social-behavioral sciences. Topics include Factorial ANOVA,Hypotheses Testing,Repeated Measures, Multiple Regression, Trend Analysis, Non Parametric procedures, and the General Linear Model (GLM).Student will be exposed to various analytic philosophies. In addition, the course will be computer intensive (using SPSS).

PSY321Cognitive Psychology
This course is designed to teach the basic tenants of cognitive psychology. Cognition is an area within psychology that describes how we acquire, store, transform, and use knowledge. In this course we will cover a brief history of how cognitive psychology developed, look at current issues in cognitive psychology, examine how we recognize visual and auditory stimuli, understand how we pay attention, investigate short-term and long-term memory, look at memory strategies and metacognition, and finally complete the semester with mental imagery, cognitive maps, and use of general knowledge.

PSY322Developmental Psychology II
A continuation of PSY 221. Informing students about current research methods in developmental psychology and advancing knowledge about theoretical frameworks and trends in the field focusing on Developmental psychopathology , Middle and late adulthood, Psychology of aging: death and bereavement .

PSY331Testing and Measurement
Basic principles in psychological testing and measurement will be covered in this course. Topics included in the course are test construction, reliability and validity indexes of tests, test standardisation. The course also emphasizes intelligence testing, aptitude testing, personality tests and inventories.

PSY337Industrial and Organizational Psychology
The major aim of this course is to provide comprehensive understandings of what are the psychological processes and principles at working settings and how these are related to people's working habits and behaviors

PSY338Health Psychology
This course aims to examine the theoretical perspectives in the developing field of health psychology. The course will examine recent research on the effects of psychological processes on health. Topics covered will include: health beliefs and attributions, stress, stress and illness, pain management, excessive eating and drinking, smoking and drug use, and the role of psychology in HIV and cancer treatment and recovery.

PSY341Environmental Psychology
This course aims to familiarise students with issues and developments in the study of major behaviour in relation to the physical environment. Theories and research procedures in the study of person-environment transaction will be surveyed. Topics of the course include environmental perception and cognition, environmental stressors, pollution, crowding, territoriality and personal space.

PSY342Psychopathology
This course is an overview of human problems ranging from minor problems in adjustment to severely disabling disorders; primary focus on research findings relevant to assessment, aetiology, prognosis and management.

PSY344Clnical Psychology II
A continuation of the first part , it include basic psychopathological concepts, classifications of mental disorders, gaining knowledge and provided critique of different perspectives to clinical psychology including psychoanalytic and biological perspectives. The students will attend 3 hour theoretical lecture per week and 3 hour group research and active discussions per week.

PSY345Psychology of Adjustment
Thus course is a study of "normal" adjustment problems encountered in everyday life. Topics include fear and anxiety, sleeping difficulties, sexual adjustment, self-control, interpersonal relations, and adjustment at work, social adjustment, love, marriage, and parenting.

PSY347Psychology of Ageing
This course analyses the factors affecting the aged individual. Emphasis is placed on physiological, cognitive, sensory, personality and interpersonal changes occurring with age.

PSY348Counseling and Psychotherapy
Major theories and approaches are discussed in the course. Also, some basic methods and techniques of counselling are introduced. Counselling in education, health centres, work settings etc. are also discussed. Basic principles of psychotherapies are covered under this course. Major types of psychotherapies, and applying psychotherapy to major mental disorders are discussed.

PSY352Social Psychology II
This course is a continuation of Social Psychology I and as such includes topics of group and group processes, conformity, cooperation competition, inter group conflicts, helping and aggression. An emphasis is placed on the role of experimental and correlational research in social psychology.

PSY361Personality and Its Assessment
The course is about a critical examination of the theories of personality and an examination of the procedure and sampled instruments employed in personality assessment. Projective tests, personality inventories will be surveyed with classroom demonstration and application. Scoring and interpretation of test performance will also be practiced

PSY380Educational and School Psychology
The field of Psychology of education is concerned with the psychological aspects of teaching and learning processes. The aim of this course is to explain the role of intelligence, personality and context on students performance and motivation in the educational settings.