Dogus University

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Our Mission

Our mission at Doğuş University is to educate individuals who are aware of the issues regarding their country and the world, can recognize and appreciate differences, have developed a point of view focusing on solutions, can come up with innovative ideas and stand by critical mind with an intellectual personality. We also aim to be one of the pioneers in the development of science, technology, art and culture in Turkey and carry out projects beneficial to humanity.

Our Vision

The vision of Doğuş university is to become a world university which aims to be perfect in its service to education, research and the community.

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Business Administration

Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Business Administration [+]

Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. COME 101 (BİM 101) Introduction to Computing 3(2+0+2) ECTS 3,00 Essential computing concepts; productivity and multimedia software; files and data storage; computer architecture; networks; the Internet. Practical sessions covering computer usage, word processing, spreadsheet, database, web-page development, and presentation software packages. ECON 101 (EKON 101) Introduction to Economics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Essentials of microeconomics and macroeconomics: the economic problem; demand, supply, and price determination; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; market structures;national income and its determination; problems of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; macroeconomic policy tools. ENG 101 Advanced English 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to enable students to improve their foreign language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar with the help of materials that meet academic standards. This course also involves various applications in order to improve academic study skills. Furthermore, the lesson aims at improving thinking faculties of students, as well as encouraging them toward critical thinking and research by providing them with in-class and outside classroom activities. HUK 130 (LAW 130) Introduction to Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 The social order, principals of law; hierarchy of law; branches of the judicial system; legal relationships and rights; law for financial tools; Commercial Law; individual rights; Private contracts (leasing, franchising, factoring, forfaiting) IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 MATH 121 (MATE 121) Business Mathematics I 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Real numbers, algebraic operations and basic identities, cartesian coordinate system, linear and quadratic equations, functions, limit, continuity, derivative, techniques of differentiation, marginal analysis, higher order derivatives, extreme points, exponential and logarithmic functions and their derivatives, mathematics of finance, compound interest, matrices and determinants, inverse matrices, systems of linear equations, Cramer's rule, introduction to linear programming. PSY 100 General Psychology 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 This course is designed to introduce students from non-psychology majors to the field of psychology. It will cover information on what psychologists have come to know about how we think, perceive, feel, learn, talk, act, grow, fear, love, hate, and find meaning. These studies have provided the fuel for most of the great controversies of intellectual life such as nature vs nurture, free will, sources and reasons for diversity among the human kind, and self vs society and these controversies will be part of class discussions as well. TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. BA 102 (İŞ 102) Introduction to Business Administration 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Foundations of business; economic environment and globalisation; social responsibility and business ethics; Forms of business ownership; entrepreneurship, small business and franchising; total quality management; internal organization; management of human resources; production management, marketing management; management information systems; accounting; finance. CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. ENG 122 (İNG 122) Advanced English for Social Sciences I 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to improve the foreign language and academic study skills of students who are studying in various fields of Social Sciences which they previously studied in Advanced English course. Course materials are generally selected and arranged toward their field of study and hence, they are given a chance to expand their vocabulary in social sciences. The course also aims at diversifying students' vocabulary and knowledge in the target language, improving their use of language and encouraging them to write unified, coherent and adequately developed essays by introducing them to different types of essays through which they can express their opinions by different modes of organisation HUK 134 Business Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 Rules organizing industrial relations, scope of business law, labour contracts and responsibilities created by labour contracts, termination of contracts, working hours and pay leave; labour unions. MATH 122 (MATE 122) Business Mathematics II 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Review of exponential functions and the natural logarithm, definite and indefinite integrals, area, the fundamental theorem of calculus, application to business and economics, functions of two variables, partial derivatives, chain rule, maxima and minima, introduction to probability, constrained optimization, Lagrange multipliers, double integral and applications, volume. TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . BA 211 (İŞ 211) Financial Accounting I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Accounting as the language of business; Financial statements; Accounting records: The Ledger, the journal, the trial balance; Measuring business profit and completing the accounting cycle; Adjusting entries and preparing the financial statements; Accounting for merchandising activities; Accounting for current assets, fixed assets and current liabilities. BA 241 (İŞ 241) Management and Organization 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The development of management theory; management functions and evaluation of management; environment, corporate culture and impact of globalisation; decision-making: goal setting and planning; strategic management; planning tools and techniques; organising and coordinating; Human resources management; leadership; control. ECON 211 (EKON 211) Microeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Demand, supply, and price determination; elasticity; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of production and costs; determination of output level in competitive and non-competitive markets; pricing of factors of production; general equilibrium analysis; welfare economics. STAT 201 (İSTA 201) Business Statistics I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Descriptive statistics; fundamental concepts of probability; random variables; probability distributions (binomial, geometrical, hyper-geometrical, Poisson, normal and Student's distributions); sampling theory; point estimation and interval estimation. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. BA 212 (İŞ 212) Financial Accounting II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Forms of business organisations; Accounting systems; Generally accepted accounting principles; Turkish uniform accounting system; Partnership accounting; Corporate accounting; Cash Flow statements; Tax accounting. BA 242 (İŞ 242) Organizational Behavior 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Definition of OB; perception process; personality and attitudes; motivation; Learning; Work groups; conflict and stress management; power and leadership; communication; decision making; organisational culture and structure; management of change; conflict management; culture. ECON 212 (EKON 212) Macroeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 National income and models of national income determination; problem of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; fiscal policy; money and monetary policy; international trade and finance. S0210403 (S0220403) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 3,00 STAT 202 (İSTA 202) Business Statistics II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Tests of hypotheses (Z, t, x2, and F tests); Simple regression and correlation; Multiple regression and correlation; Problems of multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, and auto-correlation; Dummy variables; Index numbers; time-series analysis; non parametric statistics. TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. BA 343 (İŞ 343) Production Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The basic concepts of Production Management. The design of production systems; product design and process planning, Network planning methods, plant location and layout. The Design of Jobs and work methods. Production standards and work measurement. BA 351 (İŞ 351) Marketing Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The marketing concept, the marketing environment and its interaction with the marketing mix, identifying the constituent elements of the marketing mix, information needs and marketing research for developing marketing mix elements. FIN 331 (FİNS 331) Financial Management I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Introduction to business finance; financial environment and interest rates; analysis of financial statements; financial planning and control; risk and rates of return; time value of money; bond and stock valuation; working capital policy; management of cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventories; short-term financing. BA 312 (İŞ 312) Managerial Accounting 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Cost behaviour, Cost-Volume-Profit analysis, Relevant cost concept, Pricing decisions; Management control systems, Budgeting; Variance analysis; Divisional performance measurement; transfer pricing. BA 344 (İŞ 344) Human Resources Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Overview, objectives and trends; Job analysis; HR planning; recruitment and selection; personnel selection; organisational training; career development; Job evaluation; Performance management; direct and indirect compensation. CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. FIN 332 (FİNS 332) Financial Management II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Capital budgeting; project cash flows and risk; the cost of capital; capital structure; dividend policy; common stock financing; investment banking; long-term debt financing; financial derivatives; corporate restructuring; multinational finance. S0210605 (S0220605) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 5,00 BA 441 (İŞ 441) Quantitative Methods for Business Decision Making 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Quantitative information: data collection and presentation; measuring uncertainty; Probability concept and probability distributions; decision making under uncertainty; linear programming; networks; modelling stock control and queues; simulation. BA 443 (İŞ 443) Business Policy 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Strategic management elements; Enterprise strategies; Mission and objectives; The general environment; The industry and international environment; internal factors; Generic strategy alternatives; strategy variations; strategy choice; Resource and structure; policies, plans and administration; Evaluation and control. BA 449 (İŞ 449) Entrepreneurship and Small Business Administration 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The role of entrepreneurs in business activity, the problems involved in small business management, government policy and its impact on small businesses, the technical and functional skills for small businesses management, the personal qualities of entrepreneurs, developing business plans BA 492 (İŞ 492) Graduation Project 3(0+6+0) ECTS 6,00 Students are required to write and present a research project in order to qualify for graduation. The project will be written under the supervision of an advisor, and has to be defended orally in front of a jury. Students are expected to prove that they can utilize the knowledge and skills they have acquired during their studies. The experince will furnish them with the opportunity to apply scientific methods, improve their written and oral skills. [-]

Computer Engineering Programme

Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Computer Engineering Programme [+]

Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. COME 107 (BİM 107) Algorithms and Programming I 4(3+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Basic computer literacy: terminology, system components and operation. Fundamentals of computer programming: sequence, decision, repetition, syntax, compilation, debugging and maintenance, procedures, parameters, arrays, searching, sorting, top-down structured design, and style. ENG 101 Advanced English 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to enable students to improve their foreign language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar with the help of materials that meet academic standards. This course also involves various applications in order to improve academic study skills. Furthermore, the lesson aims at improving thinking faculties of students, as well as encouraging them toward critical thinking and research by providing them with in-class and outside classroom activities. IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 MATH 111 (MATE 111) Calculus I 4(3+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Foundations, coordinates and vectors, functions, limits, continuity, derivative, tangent lines, the mean value theorem, graphing, extreme values, optimization problems, linearization and differentials, integration, Riemann sums and definite integrals, the fundamental theorem of calculus, natural logarithm, exponential functions, inverse trigonometric functions, L'Hospital's rule, methods of integration, applications of integrals. PHYS 101 (FİZ 101) Physics I 4(3+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Measurement and vectors, kinematics, Newton's laws, circular motion, gravitation, work and energy, conservation of energy, momentum, statics, rotational Motion, simple harmonic motion, wave motion, heat, the first law of thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, the second law of thermodynamics, entropy ( Related experiments ). S0310103 Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 3,00 TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. CEE 102 (EHM 102) Logic Circuits 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 Number systems and coding. Boolean algebra. Combinational logic circuit elements. Boolean functions: Canonical expressions and reduction of Boolean functions, Quine McCluskey and Karnaugh Methods. Some practical combinational circuits: adders, encoders, multiplexers, ROM and programmable logical arrays. Sequential logic circuits: state table and state diagram. Flip-flops. Analysis of sequential logic circuits. Design of synchronous sequential logic circuits. Integrated sequential circuit components: registers, memories, counters. CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. COME 108 Algorithms and Programming II 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 Recursion, pointers and dynamic memory allocation; strings and string processing; advanced file processing; programmer-defined types; Introduction to Object Oriented Programming; classes and data abstraction: behaviour/state (data) model, member scope and access, constructors/destructors, object assignment. ENG 112 Advanced English For Engineering and Natural Sciences I 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to improve the foreign language and academic study skills of Engineering Faculty students which they previously studied in Advanced English course. Course materials are generally selected and arranged toward their field of study and hence, they are given a chance to expand their vocabulary in science and engineering. The course also aims at diversifying students' vocabulary and knowledge in the target language, improving their use of language and encouraging them to write unified, coherent and adequately developed essays by introducing them to different types of essays through which they can express their opinions by different modes of organisation. MATH 112 (MATE 112) Calculus II 4(3+2+0) ECTS 6,00 Sequences and series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, lengths of plane curves, polar coordinates and complex numbers, lines, planes and quadric surfaces in space, functions of several variables, limits and continuity, partial derivatives, differentiability, the chain rule, directional derivatives, extreme values, multiple integrals, integrals in polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, line integrals and surface integrals. PHYS 102 (FİZ 102) Physics II 4(3+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Electric charge and matter, electric field, electric flux and Gauss's law, potential, capacitors, current in materials, DC circuits, magnetic field and magnetic force, Ampere's and Faraday's laws, inductance, electromagnetic waves, geometrical optics, interference, diffraction and polarization, the particle and wave nature of EM radiation ( Related experiments ). TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . CEE 201 (EHM 201) Electrical Circuits 4(3+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Electrical Circuits. Modeling and measurements of currents and voltages. Definitions of charge, Flux, Power, Energy and their Waveforms. Kirchoff's Laws: Current and Voltage Equations. Circuit Graphs. Independent sets of Current and Voltage Equations. Ideal 2-terminal and Multi-terminal Circuit Elements: linear and nonlinear resistors, inductors and capacitors. Solutions of Resistive Circuits: Node and Equations. Network Theorems. Solution of dynamic circuits: responses of first and second order dynamic circuits. State Equations of Higher Order Circuits. CEE 231 (EHM 231) Digital Design 3(2+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Review of Logic Circuits. Combinational Circuit Design Principles: documentation standards, circuit timing, PLD'S, decoders, encoders, multiplexers, comparators, three-state devices, adders, ALU's etc., design examples. Sequential Design Principles and Practices: memory elements, analysis of state machines, documentation standards, PLD's, counters, shift registers, design methodology and examples. Read-Only Memory (ROM), Read/Write Memory, Static RAM, Dynamic RAM, CPLD and FPGA. COME 207 (BİM 207) Advanced Object Oriented Programming 3(2+0+2) ECTS 4,00 Review of OOP basics; Software reusability, class composition, data abstraction and information hiding, Abstract Data Types, template classes , operator overloading; dynamic memory allocation, inheritance; abstract functions; polymorphism; stream input/output; exception handling; basic data structures. COME 211 (BİM 211) Discrete Computational Structures 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 The basic concepts and techniques of discrete mathematics that are closely related to computing: basic concepts of logic, propositional logic, set theory, functions, sequences, counting, relations, algorithms and their complexity analysis, applications of number theory; mathematical reasoning, induction and recursion; graphs theory, shortest path problems, trees, sorting and searching algorithms and applications. MATH 213 (MATE 213) Linear Algebra 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Matrices, row equivalence, invertibility, systems of linear equations, determinants, Cramer's rule, vector spaces, linear dependence and independence, bases, inner product spaces, Gramm-Schmidt orthogonalization process, orthogonal projections, Fourier series, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, exponential matrix, diagonalization and its applications, linear transformations and their matrices. MATH 214 (MATE 214) Differential Equations 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Basic concepts of differential equations, first order differential equations, solutions of linear differential equations, linear equations with constant coefficients, Cauchy-Euler equations, systems of simultaneous linear differential equations, Laplace transforms, application to the solution of linear equations and linear systems, power series solutions of linear equations, introduction to partial differential equations, separation of variables. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. CEE 222 (EHM 222) Electronic Circuits I 4(3+0+2) ECTS 5,00 p-n Junctions. Diode Model and Solving Diode Circuits, Applications: Rectifiers, Clippers etc. Small-Signal Analysis of Diode Circuits. Junctions, BJT Large and Small-Signal Models, Solution Techniques, Biasing and Analysis of BJT Amplifiers. MOSFET: Models, Solution Techniques, Biasing and Analysis of MOS Amplifiers, Current Mirrors . Logic Gates and Families; BJT and CMOS Inverters: Timing, Delay, Static and Dynamic Power Consumptions. COME 214 (BİM 214) Programming Language Concepts 3(2+0+2) ECTS 5,00 The principles involved in the design, evaluation and implementation of programming languages, syntax, semantics, binding, type checking, data types, expressions, control structures, subprograms, abstract data types, support for object-oriented programming, concurrency, exception handling, and functional, logic and object-oriented programming. COME 218 (BİM 218) Data Structures and Algorithms 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 Introduction; data types and data structures, abstract data types, elements and structure, virtual and physical data types; Abstract data types, object-oriented programming with contrasts drawn between this and a number of other object-oriented languages; object-oriented applications, examples of software systems constructed on the basis of the object-oriented paradigm. COME 226 Computer Organization and Architecture 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 An introduction to computer organization using assembly and machine language, computer arithmetic, data path and control, micro programming, instruction sets, addressing modes, memory systems and hierarchies, caches, I/O systems, interrupts, programming interrupts, RISC architectures, pipelining and other advanced techniques for performance improvements, parallel computing, interconnection networks, and multiprocessors. S0310401 Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 STAT 208 (İSTA 208) Basic Engineering Probability and Statistics 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Definition of probability and related concepts. Combinatorial analysis: basic principle of counting, permutations and combinations. Axioms of probability. Conditional probability. Bayes formula. Independent events. Random variables. Distribution functions. Discrete random variables. Expected value and variance. Continious and discrete probability distributions. Point estimation and principles of statistical decision making. Sorting and analysis of data. Hypothesis tests. Normal distributions' mean and variance tests. Interval estimation. Ranking and selection. Nonparametric methods. Regression and correlation. Computer usage for statistical analyses. Variance analysis. TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. COME 327 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 An introduction to microprocessor and microcontroller architecture, machine and assembly language program development, and computer system hardware and interfacing techniques; Different applications of micro-controllers, sample microcontroller systems and applications, high level programming and applications. COME 361 Operating Systems 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 Introduction, computer system structures, operating system structures; Processes and process management, CPU scheduling, process synchronization, Deadlocks; Storage management, memory management, virtual memory, file system; I/O systems, secondary-storage structure; Distributed systems, Network structure, Distributed-System structures, Distributed-File systems; Protection and security; Case studies: Unix, IBM VM, MS-DOS, Windows NT, Linux, Mach, Amoeba. COME 381 Database Systems 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 Basic concepts of database systems; The relational model: domains and relations, data integrity, relational algebra, relational calculus, SQL; Database design: functional dependencies, normalization, entity/relationship model; File Structures, indexing and hashing; Data protection: recovery, concurrency, security, integrity; Views; Optimization; Distributed database systems; Object-oriented systems. EF 401 (MF 401) Science, Society and Ethic 1(1+0+0) ECTS 1,00 Science, Distinguishing Features of Science, Scientific Process, Scientific Filtering, Karl Popper and Falsification, On the definition of Scientists, What is the purpose of Science, Whom dose Science serve, Science, Technology and Engineering, Science, Technology and Ethic, Definitions of Morality and Ethic, Academic Life and Ethic, National and International Ethic Institutions, Ethics for Research, Ethics for Scientific Publication, Plagiarism, Infraction of Ethic and Enforcements, Education of Scientific Fundamentals, Science and Speaking with Numbers, Scientific Prediction, Scientific Discussion, Examples. S0310501 Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 CEE 232 (EHM 232) Discrete Time Signals and Systems 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Classification of Signals and Systems: Continuous vs. Discrete-Time, Analog vs. Digital. System Properties, Impulse Response, Convolution Summation, Difference Equations and their Solutions. Solution of Discrete-Time State Equations, State Transition Matrix., Stability. Discrete-Time Fourier Transform, its Properties and System Applications, Frequency Domain Theorems.The Discrete Fourier Transform and its Applications. z-transforms, its Properties and Applications. Relation between Continuous-Time and Discrete-Time Transforms. COME 342 Introduction to Software Engineering 3(2+0+2) ECTS 6,00 The System Life Cycle: waterfall and “V” models; prototyping and evolutionary developments; roles of personnel involved at each stage. Requirements Analysis; Software Design, Implementation issues such as standards, types of programming language and documentation, verification and validation and quality assurance. S0310604 Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 4,00 COME 411 Computer Networks 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Local and wide area network architectures, protocols, services and applications; Physical data transmission, the elements of reliable and unreliable communications protocols; Transfer of information between machines with similar and different characteristics; How communications services fit in with the hardware and operation system. COME 435 Control Systems Engineering 3(2+0+2) ECTS 5,00 The phenomenology of control and controlled processes; variables and signals. Fundamental principles of control and the implementation of control system architectures; Techniques for mathematical modelling in s-complex domain, z-complex domain, and time-domain; Block-diagram and signal-flow graphs; Characterization and performance of feedback control systems. Low-order dynamical systems and servomechanism technology; higher-order dynamical systems. The concept of state and state-variable approach to modelling and analysis of dynamical systems. Stability analysis of linear feedback control systems. Digital computer based process control and automation systems. Elementary theory of digital discrete-time control systems. COME 491 Project 2(1+2+0) ECTS 5,00 The project investigation involves deciding on a self-study Computer Engineering area of interest acceptable to the Department and presentation of a preliminary report within three weeks from the commencement of the course. The preliminary report should state the aim and objectives of the project and how these are to be achieved. The project work then continues leading to a report of 3,000 - 4,000 words. S0310705 Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 5,00 CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. COME 492 Graduation Project 3(0+6+0) ECTS 6,00 The work carried out as part of this programme of work is very similar to the requirements of the project. However, while the project primarily concentrates on planning and research methodologies, the graduation thesis, is an independent study of a realistic Computer Engineering problem under the guidance of a supervisor and could involve economic and social factors in the solutions as well as technical analysis. S0310803 Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 3,00 [-]

Economics and Finance in English

Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Economics and Finance in English [+]

Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. COME 101 (BİM 101) Introduction to Computing 3(2+0+2) ECTS 3,00 Essential computing concepts; productivity and multimedia software; files and data storage; computer architecture; networks; the Internet. Practical sessions covering computer usage, word processing, spreadsheet, database, web-page development, and presentation software packages. ECON 103 (EKON 103) Economics I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Essentials of microeconomics and macroeconomics: the economic problem; demand, supply, and price determination; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; market structures ENG 101 Advanced English 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to enable students to improve their foreign language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar with the help of materials that meet academic standards. This course also involves various applications in order to improve academic study skills. Furthermore, the lesson aims at improving thinking faculties of students, as well as encouraging them toward critical thinking and research by providing them with in-class and outside classroom activities. HUK 130 (LAW 130) Introduction to Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 The social order, principals of law; hierarchy of law; branches of the judicial system; legal relationships and rights; law for financial tools; Commercial Law; individual rights; Private contracts (leasing, franchising, factoring, forfaiting) IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 MATH 121 (MATE 121) Business Mathematics I 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Real numbers, algebraic operations and basic identities, cartesian coordinate system, linear and quadratic equations, functions, limit, continuity, derivative, techniques of differentiation, marginal analysis, higher order derivatives, extreme points, exponential and logarithmic functions and their derivatives, mathematics of finance, compound interest, matrices and determinants, inverse matrices, systems of linear equations, Cramer's rule, introduction to linear programming. TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. BA 102 (İŞ 102) Introduction to Business Administration 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Foundations of business; economic environment and globalisation; social responsibility and business ethics; Forms of business ownership; entrepreneurship, small business and franchising; total quality management; internal organization; management of human resources; production management, marketing management; management information systems; accounting; finance. CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. ECON 104 (EKON 104) Economics II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 National income and its determination; problems of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; macroeconomic policy tools. ENG 122 (İNG 122) Advanced English for Social Sciences I 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to improve the foreign language and academic study skills of students who are studying in various fields of Social Sciences which they previously studied in Advanced English course. Course materials are generally selected and arranged toward their field of study and hence, they are given a chance to expand their vocabulary in social sciences. The course also aims at diversifying students' vocabulary and knowledge in the target language, improving their use of language and encouraging them to write unified, coherent and adequately developed essays by introducing them to different types of essays through which they can express their opinions by different modes of organisation HUK 134 Business Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 Rules organizing industrial relations, scope of business law, labour contracts and responsibilities created by labour contracts, termination of contracts, working hours and pay leave; labour unions. MATH 122 (MATE 122) Business Mathematics II 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Review of exponential functions and the natural logarithm, definite and indefinite integrals, area, the fundamental theorem of calculus, application to business and economics, functions of two variables, partial derivatives, chain rule, maxima and minima, introduction to probability, constrained optimization, Lagrange multipliers, double integral and applications, volume. TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . BA 211 (İŞ 211) Financial Accounting I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Accounting as the language of business; Financial statements; Accounting records: The Ledger, the journal, the trial balance; Measuring business profit and completing the accounting cycle; Adjusting entries and preparing the financial statements; Accounting for merchandising activities; Accounting for current assets, fixed assets and current liabilities. ECON 211 (EKON 211) Microeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Demand, supply, and price determination; elasticity; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of production and costs; determination of output level in competitive and non-competitive markets; pricing of factors of production; general equilibrium analysis; welfare economics. HUM 302 (İNB 302) Sources of Contemporary Europe and Modern Ethics 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 The course focuses on the continuities and transformations observed in the Mediterranean and European civilizations from the beginning of the 18th century to the present with special emphasis on the evolution of modern ethics during this period. Enlightenment, its relation to humanism, modernism, and the development of modern ethics; the inception of nationalisms in Europe, the impact of revolutions as well as the major themes and events of 20th century are explored both with a view to their intrinsic characteristics and their effect on the shaping of contemporary Europe. STAT 201 (İSTA 201) Business Statistics I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Descriptive statistics; fundamental concepts of probability; random variables; probability distributions (binomial, geometrical, hyper-geometrical, Poisson, normal and Student's distributions); sampling theory; point estimation and interval estimation. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. BA 212 (İŞ 212) Financial Accounting II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Forms of business organisations; Accounting systems; Generally accepted accounting principles; Turkish uniform accounting system; Partnership accounting; Corporate accounting; Cash Flow statements; Tax accounting. ECON 212 (EKON 212) Macroeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 National income and models of national income determination; problem of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; fiscal policy; money and monetary policy; international trade and finance. S0250403 (S0260403) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 3,00 STAT 202 (İSTA 202) Business Statistics II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Tests of hypotheses (Z, t, x2, and F tests); Simple regression and correlation; Multiple regression and correlation; Problems of multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, and auto-correlation; Dummy variables; Index numbers; time-series analysis; non parametric statistics. TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. ECON 321 (EKON 321) International Economics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Classical and neoclassical theories of international trade; Heckscher-Ohlin theory; Stolper-Samuelson theory, contemporary theories; tariffs and subsidies; quotas; efforts for trade liberalisation; economic integration; balance of payments; foreign exchange markets. ECON 323 (EKON 323) Monetary Economics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Introduction to Money and Financial Systems; Fundamentals of Interest Rates; Investment Institutions and Banking Sector, Central Bank; Money Supply; Money, National Income and the Price Level; Goals, Targets, Instruments and Impacts of Monetary Policy; International Monetary System, Monetary System of European Union. FIN 331 (FİNS 331) Financial Management I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Introduction to business finance; financial environment and interest rates; analysis of financial statements; financial planning and control; risk and rates of return; time value of money; bond and stock valuation; working capital policy; management of cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventories; short-term financing. ECON 322 (EKON 322) Econometrics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Classical linear regression model; relaxing the assumptions of the classical linear regression model (problems of multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, auto-correlation, and specification errors); dummy variables; selected topics in econometrics. FIN 328 (FİNS 328) Financial Markets and Institutions 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Financial claims; interest rates and markets; Financial intermediaries and their role in the economy; Government's role in the financial sector; Managing financial intermediaries with special emphasis on interest rate risk, credit risk, and foreign exchange risk. FIN 332 (FİNS 332) Financial Management II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Capital budgeting; project cash flows and risk; the cost of capital; capital structure; dividend policy; common stock financing; investment banking; long-term debt financing; financial derivatives; corporate restructuring; multinational finance. CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. ECON 429 (EKON 429) Research Methods in Economics and Finance 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Principles of research in the areas of business and administration, choosing the research topic, research proposing, the essentials of research survey, determination of research strategies, primary and secondary data and basic criteria of data- gathering, sampling and types of sampling, organizing and analysing data, writing and presenting a research project. FIN 421 (FİNS 421) International Finance 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Overview of multinational finance; International flow of funds; Foreign exchange, futures and option markets; Government influence on exchange rates; Parity conditions in International Financial markets; exchange rate risk management; Measurement and management of translation, transactions and economic exposures; Short term asset and liability management: Long term asset and liability management; International banking; International capital markets. S0250705 (S0260705) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 5,00 ECON 422 (EKON 422) Turkish Economy 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Developments in the Turkish economy from its establishment; analysis of the Turkish economy with special emphasis on its structure; economic trends, problems, and policies; Globalization and Turkish economy; relations between European Union and Turkey. EF 492 (EKF 492) Graduation Project 3(0+6+0) ECTS 6,00 Students are required to write and present a research project in order to qualify for graduation. The project will be written under the supervision of an advisor, and has to be defended orally in front of a jury. Students are expected to prove that they can utilize the knowledge and skills they have acquired during their studies. This experience will furnish them with the opportunity to apply scientific methods, improve their written and oral skills. FIN 432 (FİNS 432) Investment Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Expected return and risk; Securities and securities markets; Sources of financial information; Market Indices; Determinants of securities prices; Portfolio analysis; Capital Assets Pricing Model; Bond Valuation; Yield curve; Interest rate risk; Default risk and purchasing power risk; Equity valuation; Movements of stock prices and technical analysis; Portfolio selection; Investment performance evaluation; Derivatives. [-]

English Language and Literature

Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

English Language and Literature [+]

Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. ELIT 109 Communicative Skills I 4(3+2+0) ECTS 7,00 This course provides a quick review of paragraph writing, paraphrasing, summary/ précis writing and the formation of valid arguments, followed by the introduction of the essay. Model texts in different genres are provided for students to emulate and specific guidelines are presented for each type of writing. Students are also expected to deliver oral prersentations and take part part in class discussions to improve their oral English. ELIT 121 Introduction to Literary Scholarship I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 7,00 This course aims to enhance students' understanding and appreciation of literary texts. Two major genres-the short study and the novel- are analysed with special emphasis on formal qualities. Texts are chosen from different periods and sub-genres of the novel. ELIT 131 Introduction to English Literature I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 7,00 A chronological survey of English Literature from the Old English Period to the Restoration. IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 PSY 100 General Psychology 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 This course is designed to introduce students from non-psychology majors to the field of psychology. It will cover information on what psychologists have come to know about how we think, perceive, feel, learn, talk, act, grow, fear, love, hate, and find meaning. These studies have provided the fuel for most of the great controversies of intellectual life such as nature vs nurture, free will, sources and reasons for diversity among the human kind, and self vs society and these controversies will be part of class discussions as well. TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. COME 101 (BİM 101) Introduction to Computing 3(2+0+2) ECTS 3,00 Essential computing concepts; productivity and multimedia software; files and data storage; computer architecture; networks; the Internet. Practical sessions covering computer usage, word processing, spreadsheet, database, web-page development, and presentation software packages. ELIT 110 Communicative Skills II 4(3+2+0) ECTS 6,00 This course aims to develop students' critical and interpretative reading skills through analyses of selected literary / non-literary texts and to provide them with background information and guidance on academic writing and research methodologies. ELIT 122 Introduction to Literary Scholarship II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Two major genres - drama and poetry- are analysed in depth through examples from British, American and world writing. Representative poems from different periods in world literature and plays including Greek tragedy and modern classics are covered. ELIT 132 Introduction to English Literature II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 A chronological survey of English literature from the 17th Century to the present. SOC 102 (SOS 102) Introduction to Sociology 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 This course aims to introduce students to the fundemental concepts of sociology and cultural phenomenon. Emphasis is on the history and development of the discipline as well as on the centrality and constancy of social change in the modern world. Special attention is given to the analysis of the fundemental dynamics and processes that shape contemporary societies. TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . ELIT 215 Translation Studies 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 This course deals with the theories and methods of translation. Translation of newspaper articles and various technical texts are part of the course work. In the second part of the course, students are introduced to literary translation strategies and work on various literary texts from English to Turkish. ELIT 217 Research & Writing 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 The course aims at teaching English Literature students the necessary steps of research and essay writing on the texts chosen from English Literature. Compulsory ELIT 247 Classical Greek and Roman Literature 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course aims to introduce students to the major works of ancient Greek and Roman literature in translation, with emphasis on the structural and thematic features of the epic, lyric poetry and the Classical Drama. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. ELIT 246 Survey of American Literature 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course covers a brief survey of American Literature from the Colonial Period to the present. Works, writers, conventions, ideas and literary genres representative of different periods in American Literature are presented and studied in their historical andcultural settings with a view to familiarizing the students with the major trends and developments in American Literature. ELIT 256 Chaucer & His Contemporaries 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 In this course students read some of the fundamental literary works of the Medieval period in England focusing primarily on historical and social background as well as narrative techniques. Among the texts studied are Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Robert Henryson's Morall Fabillis, Pearl by the Pearl Poet, William Langland's Piers Plowman and Medieval plays. Students are encouraged to approach these texts from a comparative perspective. HUM 302 (İNB 302) Sources of Contemporary Europe and Modern Ethics 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 The course focuses on the continuities and transformations observed in the Mediterranean and European civilizations from the beginning of the 18th century to the present with special emphasis on the evolution of modern ethics during this period. Enlightenment, its relation to humanism, modernism, and the development of modern ethics; the inception of nationalisms in Europe, the impact of revolutions as well as the major themes and events of 20th century are explored both with a view to their intrinsic characteristics and their effect on the shaping of contemporary Europe. TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. ELIT 311 Mythology 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course studies myths as sign systems and as literary, linguistic and cultural products. The first part of the course concentrates on ancient Mesopotamian, Greek and Roman myths. The second part focuses on the myths of later periods and explores the relations between myth, society, language and faith. ELIT 337 18th Century Literature 3(3+0+0) ECTS 7,00 In this course students read fictional and non-fictional works by such Victorian writers as the Brontës, Gaskell Dickens, Eliot, Hardy, Thackeray, Carlyle, Mill, Ruskin and Arnold and analyze them within their cultural and historical contexts. ELIT 353 Renaissance Literature 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course studies the works of the English Renaissance writers with reference to Renaissance intellectual and aesthetic movements and Reformation. The influence of the Italian Renaissance and Provincial writers will also be part of the course. More, Marlowe, Sydney, Wyatt and Spenser are among the writers to be examined. ELIT 334 17th. Century English Literature 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The course explores the selected works of Metaphysical poets, Cavalier poets and Milton and discusses them within the cultural and historical framework of the period. ELIT 338 19th Century Prose and Fiction 3(3+0+0) ECTS 7,00 In this course students read fictional and non-fictional works by such Victorian writers as the Brontës, Gaskell Dickens, Eliot, Hardy, Thackeray, Carlyle, Mill, Ruskin and Arnold and analyze them within their cultural and historical contexts. ELIT 346 Modern & Contemporary Drama 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 In this course students read plays by such modern and contemporary playwrights as Strindberg, Chekhov, Ibsen, Shaw, Pirandello, Beckett, O'Neill, Miller, Tennessee Williams and analyze them within their cultural and historical contexts. ELIT 425 Literary Theory and Criticism I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course introduces students to a history of literary theory and criticism with a view to the changing methods of analysis and standards of evaluation. The first semester provides a survey of literary criticism from the classical tradition to the development of modern literary theory. ELIT 435 The Romantics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 The course focuses on the poetry of the Romantic Period with special emphasis on the selected works of such poets as Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, Keats and Byron. ELIT 447 Modern & Contemporary Novel 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 In this course students read novels by such modern and contemporary writers as Woolf, Joyce, Lawrence, Forster, Orwell, Lessing, Carter, Winterson, Kureishi and Rushdie and analyze them within their cultural and historical contexts. CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. ELIT 426 Literary Theory and Criticism II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course is a continuation of ELIT 425. Selected texts of major contemporary theoreticians and critics are studied in depth. ELIT 438 Modern English Poetry 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course focuses on the dominant trends and major poets of the 20th century. Poets to be studied might include Hardy, Yeats, Eliot, MacDiarmid, Auden, MacNeice, Larkin, Hughes, and Heaney. ELIT 458 Shakespeare 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 This course is an introduction to Shakespeare studies as well as close reading of representative Shakespeare plays selected from his comedies, tragedies, romances and history plays. [-]

Industrial Engineering

Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Industrial Engineering [+]

Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. ECON 101 (EKON 101) Introduction to Economics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Essentials of microeconomics and macroeconomics: the economic problem; demand, supply, and price determination; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; market structures;national income and its determination; problems of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; macroeconomic policy tools. ENG 101 Advanced English 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to enable students to improve their foreign language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar with the help of materials that meet academic standards. This course also involves various applications in order to improve academic study skills. Furthermore, the lesson aims at improving thinking faculties of students, as well as encouraging them toward critical thinking and research by providing them with in-class and outside classroom activities. IE 101 (EM 101) Introduction to Industrial Engineering 3(3+0+0) ECTS 2,00 History of Engineering and Industrial Engineering. Introduction to Manufacturing Engineering. Fundamentals of Work Design and Work Measurement. Types of Production and Their Characteristics. Introduction to Production Planning and Control; Project Planning, Line Balancing, Batch Production Planning, Materials Management. IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 MATH 111 (MATE 111) Calculus I 4(3+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Foundations, coordinates and vectors, functions, limits, continuity, derivative, tangent lines, the mean value theorem, graphing, extreme values, optimization problems, linearization and differentials, integration, Riemann sums and definite integrals, the fundamental theorem of calculus, natural logarithm, exponential functions, inverse trigonometric functions, L'Hospital's rule, methods of integration, applications of integrals. PHYS 101 (FİZ 101) Physics I 4(3+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Measurement and vectors, kinematics, Newton's laws, circular motion, gravitation, work and energy, conservation of energy, momentum, statics, rotational Motion, simple harmonic motion, wave motion, heat, the first law of thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, the second law of thermodynamics, entropy ( Related experiments ). S0320106 (S0330106) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 6,00 TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. CHEM 101 (KİM 101) Chemistry 3(2+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Chemical foundations, atoms, molecules and ions, modern atomic theory, chemical compounds and their nomenclature, stoichiometry of chemical reactions, chemical calculations, reactions in solutions, precipitation, acid-base neutralization and oxidation-reduction (redox) reactions, gases, thermochemistry, periodic table and its properties, properties of solutions, chemical reaction kinetics and principles of chemical equilibrium. Laboratory experiments accompany the lectures. CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. ENG 112 Advanced English For Engineering and Natural Sciences I 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to improve the foreign language and academic study skills of Engineering Faculty students which they previously studied in Advanced English course. Course materials are generally selected and arranged toward their field of study and hence, they are given a chance to expand their vocabulary in science and engineering. The course also aims at diversifying students' vocabulary and knowledge in the target language, improving their use of language and encouraging them to write unified, coherent and adequately developed essays by introducing them to different types of essays through which they can express their opinions by different modes of organisation. ESCI 106 (MBİ 106) Introduction to Solid Mechanics 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Fundamental concepts of mechanics: vector operations, forces and couples, free body diagrams, equilibrium. Friction. Distributed forces. Normal and shear forces and moment diagrams. Mechanics of deformable bodies: stress/ strain, generalized Hooke's law. Engineering applications: axial loads, torsion of circular rods, bending and shear stresses in beams, deflection of beams, combined stresses. (Students from Mechanical Engineering are not allowed to take this course) MATH 112 (MATE 112) Calculus II 4(3+2+0) ECTS 6,00 Sequences and series, Taylor and Maclaurin series, lengths of plane curves, polar coordinates and complex numbers, lines, planes and quadric surfaces in space, functions of several variables, limits and continuity, partial derivatives, differentiability, the chain rule, directional derivatives, extreme values, multiple integrals, integrals in polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, line integrals and surface integrals. PHYS 102 (FİZ 102) Physics II 4(3+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Electric charge and matter, electric field, electric flux and Gauss's law, potential, capacitors, current in materials, DC circuits, magnetic field and magnetic force, Ampere's and Faraday's laws, inductance, electromagnetic waves, geometrical optics, interference, diffraction and polarization, the particle and wave nature of EM radiation ( Related experiments ). S0320202 (S0330202) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . COME 106 (BİM 106) Introduction to Algorithms & Computer Programming 3(2+0+2) ECTS 4,00 Basic Input Output Operators, Selection Structures, Loops, Functions, Arrays, Pointers and introduction to programming using Microsoft Visual C++.NET MATH 213 (MATE 213) Linear Algebra 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Matrices, row equivalence, invertibility, systems of linear equations, determinants, Cramer's rule, vector spaces, linear dependence and independence, bases, inner product spaces, Gramm-Schmidt orthogonalization process, orthogonal projections, Fourier series, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, exponential matrix, diagonalization and its applications, linear transformations and their matrices. ME 103 (MM 103) Computer Aided Engineering Graphics 3(2+0+2) ECTS 5,00 Roles of engineering drawing. Lines and geometric construction. Orthographic projection, sections and sectional views. Principles of dimensioning and tolerances. Screws and fasteners, keys, springs. Gears and cams. Pictorial drawings. Assembly drawings. Three dimensional design and solid modeling. S0320303 (S0330303) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 3,00 STAT 203 (İSTA 203) Engineering Statistics I 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 Statistics in engineering. Probability, elementary theorems, conditional probability, Rule of Bayes. Random variables, the Binomial, Poisson, Hypergeometric distributions. Mean and variance of a probability distribution, Chebyshev's theorem, the Multinomial distribution. Continuous random variables, the normal and other probability densities, Joint probability densities. Applications to operations research, mathematical expectation and decision making; random processes, Monte Carlo methods; Frequency distributions, graphs, descriptive measures. Sampling distributions. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. IE 222 (EM 222) Manufacturing Technology 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Principles of metal casting; bulk deformation processes, forging, extrusion, drawing, rolling; sheet metal working processes, tearing, bending sheet forming; particulate processing, Polymer processing, joining processes, machining. IE 252 (EM 252) Work Study and Ergonomics 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 Productivity and work study, method study; work measurement, work sampling, time study, physiological aspect of human performance and activities. Human interface with the work environment and identification of factors. Human interface with the machines, information and communication systems. Ergonomic principles at work site, engineering antropometry, energy necessity during work. Human interface with organizational and supervisory structure. Human interface with robots and intelligent machines. MATH 214 (MATE 214) Differential Equations 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Basic concepts of differential equations, first order differential equations, solutions of linear differential equations, linear equations with constant coefficients, Cauchy-Euler equations, systems of simultaneous linear differential equations, Laplace transforms, application to the solution of linear equations and linear systems, power series solutions of linear equations, introduction to partial differential equations, separation of variables. S0320401 (S0330401) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 STAT 204 (İSTA 204) Engineering Statistics II 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 Inferences concerning means, point and interval estimation, tests of hypotheses, inferences concerning variances, estimation of variances. Inferences concerning proportions. Short-cut methods in inference, the Kolmogorov-Smirnov tests. Curve fitting, regression, multiple regression, correlation. Analysis of variance, one-way and two way classification, experimental design. Factorial experimentation. Applications to Quality Assurance. Applications to reliability and life tests; Failure time distributions TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. BA 313 (İŞ 313) Accounting For Engineers 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Provide the students with the basic accounting theory, language and practice. To ensure that they can manage, interpret and analyse the accounting transactions and the financial statements based upon it. IE 301 (EM 301) Operations Research I 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Basic properties of operations research. Applications of operations research methodology to production planning, inventory planning, facility layout, job evaluation, quality control areas. Linear programming: transportation and assignment problems, quadratic programming; multi objective programming; geometric programming and other applications. Computer applications. IE 331 (EM 331) Facilities Planning and Design 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Design issues in production systems; strategic planning, technology selection, product design; facilities planning: job design; facility layout for product- process oriented manufacturing systems, line balancing techniques, job-shops; facility location problems. IE 333 (EM 333) Production Planning and Control I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 General structure and types of the production systems;Planning and control concepts; Characteristics of planning problems in different production environments; Sales forecasting techniques; Inventory management systems; Independent demand inventory management; Aggregate inventory management; Joint replenishment; Distribution and inventory control; ABC analysis. S0320505 (S0330505) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 5,00 IE 302 (EM 302) Operations Research II 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Queuing theory, system architectures, single server, multi server systems. Stochastic inventory models: single period models, order point models, periodic control models. Markov chains: Uniform Markov Chsains,absorbing Markov Chains. Simulation. Time- flow mechanisms. Simulation languages IE 334 (EM 334) Production Planning and Control II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Aggregate production and capacity planning; Disaggregation and developing master production schedule; Rough cut capacity planning; Materials requirement planning; Lot sizing techniques; Distribution requirement planning; Production activity control. IE 335 (EM 335) Total Quality Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Changing Business Conditions and History of TQM. Basic concepts and company wide assessment of Quality. Quality Costs. Quality Planning. Control of Quality. Statistical Process Control. Quality Management, Top Management Action, Participation, Involvement and Recognition. Developing a Quality Culture. Organization. Supplier Relations. Quality Information Systems. Quality Assurance. Other Tools and Techniques. Compulsory IE 362 (EM 362) Engineering Economy 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Cost measurement and control in engineering studies. Basic accounting concepts, income measurement, and valuation problems. Manufacturing cost control and standard cost systems. Capital investment, engineering alternatives, and equipment replacement studies. Compulsory EF 401 (MF 401) Science, Society and Ethic 1(1+0+0) ECTS 1,00 Science, Distinguishing Features of Science, Scientific Process, Scientific Filtering, Karl Popper and Falsification, On the definition of Scientists, What is the purpose of Science, Whom dose Science serve, Science, Technology and Engineering, Science, Technology and Ethic, Definitions of Morality and Ethic, Academic Life and Ethic, National and International Ethic Institutions, Ethics for Research, Ethics for Scientific Publication, Plagiarism, Infraction of Ethic and Enforcements, Education of Scientific Fundamentals, Science and Speaking with Numbers, Scientific Prediction, Scientific Discussion, Examples. IE 406 (EM 406) Systems Simulation 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 Definition of systems simulation. Determination of basic steps. Design of simulation model for continuous systems. Probability concepts in simulation. Queuing models. Design of simulation model for discontinuous systems. Simulation languages. Simulation models in industrial systems. IE 438 (EM 438) Product and Process Development 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Introduction to concurrent engineering; definitions of different Integrated Product Process Design methodologies. Constructing customer input based Quality Function Deployment matrices. The Design of Experiments (DOE) process steps and DOE Process step complete description. Response surface methodology; orthogonal array selection and utilization, efficient test strategies, recommended experiment design approach, multi-level experiments. Conducting tests, analysis and interpretation methods for experiments. IE 491 (EM 491) Project 2(1+2+0) ECTS 4,00 The project undertaken by a student, either together with a small team of other students or individually, under the supervision of a faculty member. The object is to enable the student to apply Industrial Engineering Techniques to the solution of industrial problems. Students are required to meet on a regular basis for consultation with their supervisors. A written midterm progress report and a final report are required. S0320701 (S0330701) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. IE 492 (EM 492) Graduation Project 3(0+6+0) ECTS 6,00 The work carried out as part of this programme of work is very similar to the requirement of the project. However while the project primarily concentrates on application of techniques, the graduation thesis, is an independent study of on realistic industrial problems. [-]

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Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. COME 101 (BİM 101) Introduction to Computing 3(2+0+2) ECTS 3,00 Essential computing concepts; productivity and multimedia software; files and data storage; computer architecture; networks; the Internet. Practical sessions covering computer usage, word processing, spreadsheet, database, web-page development, and presentation software packages. ENG 101 Advanced English 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to enable students to improve their foreign language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar with the help of materials that meet academic standards. This course also involves various applications in order to improve academic study skills. Furthermore, the lesson aims at improving thinking faculties of students, as well as encouraging them toward critical thinking and research by providing them with in-class and outside classroom activities. IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 MATH 101 Mathematics for Social Sciences 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 Sets and operations on sets, Sets of numbers, algebraic operations, exponents and radicals, basic identities. Linear equations, inequalities and systems of linear equations. Matrices and operations on matrices, determinants and inverse matrices. Solutions of systems of linear equations by matrices and Cramer's rule. Introduction to linear programming. Basic counting rules. Permutations and combinations. Discrete probability. Functions, linear and quadratic functions and their graphs. Concept of Limits and derivative, applications of rate of change. Exponential and logarithmic functions. Indefinite Integrals, computation by substitution. Definite integral and its applications. PSY 103 Introduction to Psychology 4(3+2+0) ECTS 8,00 This course aims to introduce the basic psychological processes such as sensation, perception, attention, memory, learning, motivation, emotion, intelligence, neuro-biological basis of behavior, consciousness, social cognition, personality, as well as psychopathology and its treatment. These topics are examined in the context of major theoretical approaches in psychology. PSY 107 Research Methods and Statistics-I 3(2+2+0) ECTS 8,00 TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. BIO 102 Introduction to Biology 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. ENG 122 (İNG 122) Advanced English for Social Sciences I 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to improve the foreign language and academic study skills of students who are studying in various fields of Social Sciences which they previously studied in Advanced English course. Course materials are generally selected and arranged toward their field of study and hence, they are given a chance to expand their vocabulary in social sciences. The course also aims at diversifying students' vocabulary and knowledge in the target language, improving their use of language and encouraging them to write unified, coherent and adequately developed essays by introducing them to different types of essays through which they can express their opinions by different modes of organisation PSY 104 Fundamental Ideas in Psychology 3(2+2+0) ECTS 7,00 This course aims to introduce the students to the history of psychology as a field of scientific study and provide them with a historical perspective on the development of scientific thought in the late 19th and early 20th century. Historical figures as well as turning points in the field are introduced while modelling the development of scientific thinking. Moreover, students are introduced to research methods, ethical issues and forms of critical thinking in the field of psychology. SOC 102 (SOS 102) Introduction to Sociology 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 This course aims to introduce students to the fundemental concepts of sociology and cultural phenomenon. Emphasis is on the history and development of the discipline as well as on the centrality and constancy of social change in the modern world. Special attention is given to the analysis of the fundemental dynamics and processes that shape contemporary societies. TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . PSY 209 Research Methods and Statistics-II 3(2+2+0) ECTS 8,00 PSY 223 Social Psychology 4(3+2+0) ECTS 8,00 This course offers a broad introduction to social psychology. First, various ways people think about and relate to each other is explored. Results from studies exploring topics like social judgment, attitudes, social comparison, love and attraction will be discussed. Consequently, issues surrounding social influence by learning about the nature of disliking others, hurting others, helping others, competing and cooperating with others will be introduced by looking at research that explored topics like conformity, persuasion, group influence (social facilitation, social loafing, group polarization), prejudice and its sources, aggression, altruism, conflict and peacemaking. PSY 233 Psychology of Learning 3(2+2+0) ECTS 7,00 This course is designed to understand the fundamental principles of learning and conditioning. It provides students with a broad understanding of the field of learning from various perspectives and focuses on important concepts, principles and major theories of learning as well as current research findings. The way basic learning principles and theories can be applied to the human experience is part of the course work. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. HUM 302 (İNB 302) Sources of Contemporary Europe and Modern Ethics 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 The course focuses on the continuities and transformations observed in the Mediterranean and European civilizations from the beginning of the 18th century to the present with special emphasis on the evolution of modern ethics during this period. Enlightenment, its relation to humanism, modernism, and the development of modern ethics; the inception of nationalisms in Europe, the impact of revolutions as well as the major themes and events of 20th century are explored both with a view to their intrinsic characteristics and their effect on the shaping of contemporary Europe. PSY 210 Research Methods and Statistics-III 3(2+2+0) ECTS 8,00 PSY 212 Developmental Psychology 4(3+2+0) ECTS 8,00 This course will provide an overview of concepts and research based knowledge accumulated in the area of developmental psychology. While studying changes that occur from birth until adulthood in the areas of physical, perceptual, cognitive, linguistic, personal, emotional, social and moral developments, students will be required to do field study in kindergartens and primary schools. PSY 232 Cognitive Psychology 3(2+2+0) ECTS 7,00 This course provides an overview of the study of human cognition and mental processes and considers a number of approaches to the study of human cognitive processes with an emphasis on the information processing model. It focuses on perception, attention, memory, categorization, language, reasoning and problem solving in terms of current theoretical models of human cognition and empirical evidence that supports these models. TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. PSY 303 Data Analysis in Psychology 3(2+0+2) ECTS 7,00 This course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles and procedures of "data analyses" in psychology. Issues like phases of data analysis, appropriate bridging of statistical and research methods, multivariate statistics such as regression, discriminant and factor analyses are covered in this course. The advanced utilization of SPSS is also encouraged. Each student is expected to develop a research project including a final report. PSY 335 Biological Psychology 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 This course emphasizes the biology of behavior. Key topics include the structure of neurons and nerve cells, hormones, the anatomy of the nervous system, plasticity and development of the brain, vision, and senses other than vision, movement, body rhythms, internal body states, reproductive behaviors, emotional behaviors, learning and memory, language disorders. These topics will be studied from major biological perspectives. PSY 341 Theories of Personality 3(2+2+0) ECTS 7,00 This course offers a critical review of major approaches to the study of personality of normal and abnormal behavior, and psychotherapy. The focus is on the usefulness of these approaches in the analysis of personality development across one's lifespan, as well as in various social and cultural contexts. PSY 340 Psychopathology 4(3+2+0) ECTS 7,00 The course approaches psychopathology from a historical perspective. The paradigms of normal/abnormal are studied and the theories relating to abnormal behavior are re-evaluated. The student is introduced to various types of psychopathology. Relevant research on the aetiology of neurotics, psychotic and personality disorders are also studied. PSY 352 Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3(2+2+0) ECTS 7,00 PSY 362 Psychological Measurement 3(2+2+0) ECTS 6,00 Students are introduced to the nature, types and concepts of assessment, as well as to the social and ethical considerations of testing. Technical and methodological principles relevant to developmental, intellectual and personality tests and measurement are studied. PSY 405 Experimental Psychology 3(2+0+2) ECTS 7,00 This course will focus on gaining hands-on laboratory experience in designing, carrying out and writing up experiments in perception, attention, learning, memory and language. PSY 447 Health Psychology 3(2+2+0) ECTS 8,00 The course focuses psychological variables that relate to health and illness, coping, doctor-patient communication, adherence, social support, self regulation. The role of psychologists and their possible roles as change agents in hospital settings are also discussed. CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. PSY 404 Contemporary Perspectives in Psychology 3(2+2+0) ECTS 7,00 PSY 464 Clinical Psychology 3(2+1+1) ECTS 7,00 [-]