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Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Recommended for international students
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
Restriction :
Consent :
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Restriction :
Consent :
Recommended for international students
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Consent :
Recommended for international students
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Restriction :
Consent :
Recommended for international students
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Restriction :
Consent :
Recommended for international students
Course Description
.This is a work-based learning course which enables students to develop practical skills, relate theory to practice and to gain a sound base of industrial experience by working – on a paid or voluntary basis – for a range of organizational within the culinary industry. In addition, this course seeks to develop ‘employability skills’ to assist students in progressing towards a career in the culinary arts.
Core in Curriculum
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
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Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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The objective of this course is to imply the basic finance principals on multinational companies and international markets by the help of case studies. Thus, it builds on and extends the valuation framework provided by domestic corporate finance to account for dimensions unique to international finance and focuses on decision-making in an international context. This course concentrates on the process behind international investment and financing decisions, especially considering political and foreign exchange risks. In this context, this course also provides an infrastructure of risk management for multinational companies using basic financial methods and products.
Core in Curriculum
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The main assumption of this course is the dependency of the success of executives, creditors, investors and auditors on the relationship between corporate strategies and financial statements. This course covers reporting issues such as the functioning of accounts, preparation of financial statements, concepts of book and market values, inflation effects on statements, preparation of statements in the case of a merger, consolidated reporting, intervening period and contingent reporting and reporting with respect to the International Accounting Standards.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Recommended for international students
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Development should be seen as a process of inclusive growth.Economic growth should reduce poverty,improve equality,cause real improvements in people’s lives.Traditionally agriculture has been assumed to play a passive and supportive role in economic development.Today the agricultural sector in particular and rural economy in general must play an indispensible part in overall strategy of economic progress.In this course the preliminary concepts focusing on agriculture will be studied. This course aims to provide an introduction to the study of the agrarian economics. This course is an introductory course to agricultural economics.Agricultural production function,agricultural institutions,rural- urban economics,migration,agricultural development are some of the concepts to be aanalized in this course.
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This course is designed to introduce students the basic functions of employment law in the context of the individual employment relationship and to enable them to understand law and its implications on the employment context. It is aimed to provide a basic knowledge of the principles of employment law and the legal structure of the conclusion, terms and termination of the employment contract. At the end of this course, students are expected to be able to recognize the legal nature of the human resource management procedures.
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This innovative course examines the links between coaching and organization development through a Gestalt perspective while emphasizing a developmental perspective for students on three levels: learning and awareness about self as a coach, developing presence in group and organizational domains, creating productive and fulfilling relationships through the coaching skill, and understanding coaching within systems dynamics. Coaching is needed today more than ever as a critical tool in organizational settings in the face of chaotic contextual change. Organizations need to adapt to today's rapidly shifting marketplace, but people and systems are naturally resistant to change. Coaching can facilitate productive transformation in persons, teams and systems by enabling leader managers and employees to unleash potential that might otherwise go untapped. Through coaching, students will learn how coaching helps them clarify their visions, beliefs and needs, and enable them to fully embody their presence. In changing from old hierarchical models to relational models for leading and influencing, businesses are creating coaching cultures that encourage organizational learning. This course will provide students with the opportunity to be equipped with the necessary knowledge and practice, for coaching has emerged as the best way to help individuals learn and create supportive work environments.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Strategic management is designed to help students to guide an organization effectively toward a profitable and dynamic future. This course provides students with a formal method of defining the organization's purpose and aligning the entire business to achieve corporate goals. It also examines emerging technologies in information processing as an important element of strategic management.
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This course concentrates on the human side of organizations. The course specifically elaborates on leadership and communications skills such as motivation, gaining power and influence, managing teams, supporting group behavior, conflict, stress.
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The objective of the course is to introduce contemporary approaches to diagnose and define the business and management problems and decision making process . Similar to many areas, business, economic and social environment needs to be questioned continuously to make accurate decisions especially when the change is fast and unavoidable. Questioning is the basic step which leads to diagnose the real problem. Diagnosing the real problem is the vital step to bring the right solution. All these phases in decision making process can be achieved either by common sense or by conducting a scientific research. In this course the contemporary approaches to analyse the business world is overviewed and the steps of conducting a scientific research is explained. Provide the background knowledge for planning the steps of scientific research process starting from literature survey and problem definition up to the derivations of conclusions from the statistical analysis results. Designing how the steps of the research will be conducted like choosing among the alternative types of the investigation, data collection and analysis methods and then conducting the research according to the selected methods. Developing the theoretical framework to demonstrate the research model, formulating and testing the hpothesis of the model. Making the operational definition of variables stated in hypothesis, preparation of the questionnaire or by using the selected data collection methodology collecting the data. Analysing the collected data by using Excel and SPSS software and conducting the tests of the hypothesis formulated to a answer the researh question.Choosing the appropriate statistical tools to analyse the data collected. Applying contemporary analytical tools, descriptive and inferential statistical tools and performing multivariate data analysis
Core in Curriculum
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Recommended for international students
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Just like the monarchies that faded away at the turn of the last century, uni-block large enterprises are giving way to ”shamrock” organizations based on loosely bound, self-sufficient yet strongly integrated network units, each acting like a small business. Your professional ambitions might lead you towards a corporate career in those new economy establishments or you might choose to satisfy the material and/or cognitive needs of your ”free soul” by a private venture. In either case you must master one essential art: entrepreneurship. The above vision delineates the conceptual framework of this course, which we call "businessing". Based on the motto, ”Every person is a business person”, this course is intended to help the attendees in developing an entrepreneurial approach to a series of steps extending from idea generation to planning, fund raising and management.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Course Description
Strategic management is designed to help students to guide an organization effectively toward a profitable and dynamic future. This course provides students with a formal method of defining the organization's purpose and aligning the entire business to achieve corporate goals. It also examines emerging technologies in information processing as an important element of strategic management.
Core in Curriculum
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The Human Resources Management (HRM) course is designed to provide the individual with the knowledge to survive in day-to-day HR issues of business life. Although related theory is touched upon, most of the course consists of applications and practices of HRM in the corporate world. Some highlights of the course are as follows: HRM Origins, Status and Trends; Nature of Organizations; Selection and Placement; Job Grading and Compensation & Benefits (C&B); Performance and Career Management; Organizational Development; Managing and Improving Performance; Industrial and Employee Relations; Downsizing. The HRM course is delivered through live case studies. All discussions revolve around a virtual company that is established in class. The course topics will be covered with reference to this company..
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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This course examines key elements in managing resources that are required to produce goods or services. Through analysis and presentation of case studies, students will gain practical experience of operations management problems. Basic techniques of the decision-making process will be introduced. By the end of the course, students will be able to formulate and build basic models of management and business problems and use associated software in the solution of problems.
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Course Description
The objective of the course is to introduce contemporary approaches to diagnose and define the business and management problems and decision making process . Similar to many areas, business, economic and social environment needs to be questioned continuously to make accurate decisions especially when the change is fast and unavoidable. Questioning is the basic step which leads to diagnose the real problem. Diagnosing the real problem is the vital step to bring the right solution. All these phases in decision making process can be achieved either by common sense or by conducting a scientific research. In this course the contemporary approaches to analyse the business world is overviewed and the steps of conducting a scientific research is explained. Provide the background knowledge for planning the steps of scientific research process starting from literature survey and problem definition up to the derivations of conclusions from the statistical analysis results. Designing how the steps of the research will be conducted like choosing among the alternative types of the investigation, data collection and analysis methods and then conducting the research according to the selected methods. Developing the theoretical framework to demonstrate the research model, formulating and testing the hpothesis of the model. Making the operational definition of variables stated in hypothesis, preparation of the questionnaire or by using the selected data collection methodology collecting the data. Analysing the collected data by using Excel and SPSS software and conducting the tests of the hypothesis formulated to a answer the researh question.Choosing the appropriate statistical tools to analyse the data collected. Applying contemporary analytical tools, descriptive and inferential statistical tools and performing multivariate data analysis
Core in Curriculum
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Course Description
Just like the monarchies that faded away at the turn of the last century, uni-block large enterprises are giving way to 'shamrock' organizations based on loosely bound, self-sufficient yet strongly integrated network units, each acting like a small business. Your professional ambitions might lead you towards a corporate career in those new economy establishments or you might choose to satisfy the material and/or cognitive needs of your 'free soul' by a private venture: in either case you must master one essential art: entrepreneurship. The above vision delineates the conceptual framework of this course, which we call 'businessing. ' Based on the motto, ”Every person is a business person,” this course is intended to help the attendees develop an entrepreneurial approach to a series of steps extending from idea generation to planning, fund-raising and management.
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
Department :
Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Consent :
Course Description
Strategic management is designed to help students to guide an organization effectively toward a profitable and dynamic future. This course provides students with a formal method of defining the organization's purpose and aligning the entire business to achieve corporate goals. It also examines emerging technologies in information processing as an important element of strategic management.
Core in Curriculum
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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General Overview of Management Information Systems. Organization, management and networked enterprise: Information Systems in Global Enterprises; E-Business; Information Systems and Strategy. Information Systems Infrastructure: New technologies, Business Intelligence, IS Security. Main System Applications at the Digital Age: E-Business, Information Management, Enhancement of Decision Processes (Decision Support Systems) Development, Implementation and Management of Information Systems: Notions of information, system, planning, control, organization and management; the human as an information processor, the decision-taking process, choice between alternatives
Core in Curriculum
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
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Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Recommended for international students
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
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Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Recommended for international students
Course Description
The basic operation, main mechanical equipment of renewable power plants such as solar, wind, geothermal, biomass and fossil-fuel power plants and nuclear will be evaluated. Main design criteria of different power plants will be also scope of the lecture for electric production. Hybrid energy systems, energy storage are also scope of the lecture.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Recommended for international students
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This introductory level course intends to provide students with some basic knowledge and skills on Disaster and Emergency Management, with emphasis on disaster mitigation and disaster preparation stages of the disaster management cycle. The students will learn about the natural and man-made threats and hazards, and will understand how they evolve as disasters. The course will also help the students to develop an understanding the importance of vulnerability and disaster risk reduction as a part of sustainable development process. The factors that contribute to the formation of risks will be elaborated with examples gathered from daily practices and the students will be sensitized about the risks. During the course, the students will be given some basic tools to reduce the disaster and emergency risks in their personal, social and professional life. The students will use these tools in a number of exercises The course will address all stages of disaster management including (i) pre- disaster preparedness and mitigation, (ii) rescue and relief in the context of disaster and (iii) post disaster rehabilitation, reconstruction and recovery.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Recommended for international students
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The course aims to design, apply and spread a healthy, efficient, succesful and happy life for individuals and organizations. During the course, the "change" will be addressed in different perspectives with why it is inevitable, it's effects, how and why it changes and how to handle it. The hurdles while passing to knowledge economy, share economy, the pros and cons, the limits and how to get rid of them, the undeterred rise of time and knowledge, demographics, materialism, uncertainties of future caused by rapid progress of technology, distress caused by all these and the methods to cope with them are some of the topics of the course… How to live more healthy in a stressful work life, the new personalized health concept, wellness and happiness programs as a business model will be instructed with different research, statistics and examples. Neuroscience, sociology, medicine, psychology and positive psychology topics related with the subject will also be referred during the course.
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