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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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This course presents the fundamental concepts of data communications, networking, distributed applications, and network management and security. The course will cover the networking hardware and software: network protocols and topologies: network design techniques; local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs); the Internet; intranets and extranets; and wireless networking. Topics such as firewalls, cryptography and data compression are also included. The aim of the course is not only to provide a solid understanding of how current technologies work, but also to discuss the emerging technologies and demonstrate how current and emerging technologies can be applied to create business solutions. The course relates technology concepts to the business environment and demonstrates how data communications and networking supports business objectives.
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This is the first of the two system analysis and design courses offered by Bilgi's Business Informatics Program. System analysis and design covers the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, tools and perspectives essential for systems analysts to successfully develop business information systems. The course approaches system development from a business perspective with a strong emphasis on the role, responsibilities and mindset of the system analyst. It assists in developing the analytical, technical, managerial and social skills required to establish the organizational link between users of the information systems and information technology specialists. The course links all dimensions of system development skills, principles, methodologies, tools and decisions to organizational factors and management of change. After an overview of system development methodologies, Structured System Analysis and Design (SSAD) approach is covered in the course. Students gain first-hand experience on various computer-aided software engineering (CASE) tools and associated methodologies by using them for running cases.
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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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This is the second of the two system analysis and design courses offered by the Business Informatics Program. System analysis and design covers the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, tools and perspectives essential for systems analysts to successfully develop business information systems. The course approaches system development from a business perspective with a strong emphasis on the role, responsibilities and mindset of the system analyst. It aids in developing the analytical, technical, managerial and social skills required to establish the organizational link between users of the information systems and information technology specialists. The course links all dimensions of system development skills, principles, methodologies, tools and decisions to organizational factors and management of change. After an overview of system development methodologies, Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (OOAD) approach is covered in the course. Students gain first-hand experience in various computer-aided software engineering (CASE) tools by using them for running cases.
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Course work load :25 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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This is the second of the two summer practicums of the Business Informatics Program. The practicum is an obligation that will be completed during the summer following the third year of the business informatics curriculum. Students are expected to spend a minimum of three weeks at an organization in the Information and Communication Technologies (ITC) sector or at the Information Technology (IT) department of an organization and gain additional practical experience in the field of business informatics. At the end of the summer practice, students should prepare and submit a report about their experiences to the Program Coordinator.
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The Internet has enabled organizations to communicate with customers, suppliers, and sellers at the speed of light. Despite the possibilities of the Internet, however, companies still need efficient internal processes in areas such as making and moving products, offering high-quality services, managing finances, and recruiting and motivating employees. In order to do so, many companies have already allocated considerable resources and time in implementing integrated enterprise solutions such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. This course provides an overview of ERP systems and their use in the business environment. It also covers the skills and tools needed to combine existing ERP software and capabilities with emerging Web-based technologies because ERP systems provide the foundation for a wide range of e-commerce applications including web-based ordering and order tracing, inventory management, and built-to-order goods. Topics include basic ERP system concepts, business processes, functions and data requirements, and system implementation and integration issues including Enterprise Application Integration (EAI). Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to understand not only what ERP systems are and how they are used, but also why these systems should be used in an organization.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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This course examines the principles, categories, development and use of a specific set of information systems for supporting management decisions at all levels in an organization for faster and better decisions. It involves both theoretical and practical aspects of management support systems. The course starts with a discussion of the decision making styles and decisional needs of managers. Then it relates distinct management support systems (MSS) to those styles and needs. Among the systems studied are data-, model-, knowledge- and document-driven decision support systems (DSS): executive support systems (ESS): group decision support systems (GDSS): and Web-based DSS. In addition, the course investigates the principles and business uses of artificial intelligence (AI) applications: expert systems, fuzzy logic, pattern recognition, genetic algorithms, artificial neural networks, data-, text- and Web-mining, and intelligent software agents. Finally, a discussion of the justification and development of MSS followed by a look into their future and business intelligence trends closes the course.
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This course emphasizes advances in information technology so as to initiate and manage the development of effective information systems that can enhance business operations, support managerial decision-making and create strategic advantage. The course does have, however, a substantial technological component, which examines, from a managerial point of view, recent trends in hardware, software and communication technologies and their implications for businesses in general and for Turkish firms in particular.
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Strategic marketig management focuses on the analysis of marketing problems as they relate to the managerial functions of planning, organizing, and controlling marketing. Main topics of this course: The analysis and integration of the major elements of marketing strategy; market-oriented culture; customer and competitor analysis; value distribution; value distribution channel; pricing; relation management; brand management and marketing strategy; in-depth knowledge on competition dynamics and integrating marketing strategy within overall business strategy.
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It is an established fact that the high percentage of the sales and profits of any business organization are directly related to the successful introduction of new products and services. However not all business organizations are aware of this and they seem not to have a good understanding of the new product development process. This course will provide students with the framework, tools, techniques and perspectives to be effective in the development and marketing of new products. The elements and functions of marketing, strategy, design and new product development will be integrated in the course.
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Customer relationship management is rapidly becoming an important new initiative for most companies when trying to improve their relationship marketing programs. Customer relationship management can be described as a comprehensive set of processes and technologies for managing the relationships with potential and current customers and business partners across marketing, sales, and service areas regardless of the channel of distribution. Instead of adopting the traditional adversarial stance against customers and suppliers, many leading companies are now developing close relationships with them. They realize the power of systematically building the customer's business as a means to adding value for end-customers, and lowering system-wide costs in the supply chain. These are done through a variety of relationship marketing programs, including customer partnering, supplier partnering, alliances and internal partnering. In this process the old functional silos are giving way to multifunctional teams in order to serve customers in a coordinated and cohesive manner.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Analysis of marketing problems as they relate to the managerial functions of planning, organizing, and controlling marketing. Main topics of this course: The analysis and integration of the major elements of Marketing Strategy; Market-oriented culture; customer and competitor analysis; value distribution; value distribution channel; pricing; relation management; brand management and marketing strategy; in-depth knowledge on competition dynamics and integrating marketing strategy within overall business strategy
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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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This course explores the relationship between traditional business and new economy. The course aims to develop an understanding of new ways of product development; pricing methods; establishing new distribution channels and promotion possibilities. The main topics are as follows: introduction to e-Business; e-Business models; organizational transformation for e-Business; knowledge management; on-line services; on-line retailing; security, legal and ethical issues; e-Business technological infrastructure; ideas for creating successful e-commerce web sites; internet marketing; on-line advertising; cases on e-business and internet marketing in Turkey.
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Course work load :76 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Pazarlama konusunun kapsamı ve modern pazarlama anlayışı; çevre koşulları, bilgi sistemi; tüketim ve endüstriyel pazarlarda görülen satın alma davranışları; pazar bölümleme ve hedef pazarın seçimi; mamul kavramı, ürün yaşam eğrisi; ürüne ilişkin özellikler; dağıtım kanalları ve fiziksel dağıtım; fiyat, satış artırıcı çabalar, uluslararası pazarlama.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Bu ders ile muhasebe usul ve esaslarını uygulayabilir, ana ve alt hesapları oluştururabilir, açılış kaydı düzenleyebilir, açılış ve kapanış bilânçosu düzenleyebilir, büyük defter düzenleyebilir, mizan düzenleyebilir, dönen varlıkları ve duran varlıkları kaydedebilir.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
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Course work load :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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 :127 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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Dersin İçeriği Türkiye de ve dünyada marinacılığın tarihi, gelişimi Marinacılığın tanımı Marinalarda personel görevleri sorumlulukları ve gerekli ekipmanların tanıtılması Marina işleyişi, idare ve yönetimi Marina kar /zarar, gelir/gider kalemlerinin incelenmesi Marina reklam ve tanıtım çalışmalarının incelenmesi Türkiye deki marinalar ve mevzuat Yat işletmeciliği Yat, acenteliği, sigortacılık ve alım/satım işlemlerinin gösterilmesi Türk ve dünya yat ve tekne pazarı hakkında bilgiler verilmesi Yat işletmeciliğinde sorumluluk, yükümlülük ve yasal kriterlerin tanımlanması
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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)
ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
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Course work load :76 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
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Course work load :76 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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ECTS Credits : | Offered semester : | Language :
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Course work load :76 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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The combination of the lecture covers core information about the rules in food plants in order to produce and distribute safety food, hygiene practices, cleaning and disinfection techniques.
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Course work load :76 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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The lecture covers; national and international standards, methods of food safety practices and also focuses on ISO 22000 Food Safety Standard and HACCP method.
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Course work load :153 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
Available for undergraduate students
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Except students from following programme
Human Resource Management , Human Resource Management (without thesis) , Organizational Psychology , Organizational Psychology (without thesis)
Recommended for international students
Course Description
OPSY 500: Fundamentals of I/O Psychology is an introductory level course aiming to acquaint students with major concepts, approaches and applications of I/O psychology. This elective graduate course has been designed for students whose undergraduate degree is in a discipline other than the psychology and who plan to pursue a graduate degree in I/O Psychology, Organizational Behavior or related disciplines. The course will introduce topics such as: psychology as a scientific discipline; major methodological issues; fundamental psychometric concepts and use of psychological tests; basic statistics; and basic concepts in management, organization theory, and consulting.
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Course work load :76 hour(s) + 30 minute(s)
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The skills and knowledge which students will gain through this course are. To learn scientific, academic and application oriented entrepreneurship. To develop different perspective and manner of approaching corresponding with entrepreneurship. To perceive and learn entrepreneurship with economical and social aspects. To understand, entrepreneurship and especially economical entrepreneurship phenomenon as a system at a theoretical and practical level. To be able to evaluate entrepreneurship processes and relations between them systematical and make it practicable. To develop knowledge and skills at basic level about “marketing”, “financing”, “business establishment processes”, “applicable legal legislation” etc. which are closely associated with entrepreneurship and especially economical entrepreneurship. To be able turn an oppurtunity into an idea and turn an idea into a business idea and evaluate this process. To be able to create marketing, financial and business management plan and evaluate it.To be able to make a feasibility study at a basic level,
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Course work load :51 hour(s) + 0 minute(s)
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To give general information about business and social security law. In today's global and competitive market conditions, the importance of developing branding and brand strategy will be explained and our students will be given the opportunity to brand in their professional lives. With this lesson, it is aimed to transfer appropriate knowledge and skills to enable our students to have competitive power in the future sectors, to act in line with consumer expectations, and to become brands sought by customers.
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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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This course is desiged to give an overview of the field of industrial psychology and to help students develop a systems approach to understand the relationship between job design, organizational structure, employee competencies and productive and counterproductive human behaviors. It shows the tools and techniques to systematically investigate these behaviors and potential interventions related to them. This course will have "Classroom as Organizations" design. Students will work as small groups as if they are the members of a company's HRM department; i.e., a simulation study will be conducted. As initial step they will select a benchmark from a particular sector and company, they will invesgigate this organization and its HRM department. Their selected companies will be assumed to be part of a conglomerate where each student group will hold the responsibility to structure HRM department and realize major functions.
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Introduction to the physiotherapy profession; teaching job description, application areas, laws and regulations and ethical rules relevant to area of physiotherapy practice. Introduction to use knowledge of applied and basic medical (anatomy, physiology, histology, pathology, microbiology, etc), physical science (chemistry, physics, mathematics) and social science (psychology, sociology, anthropology, philosophy) in the field of physical therapy and rehabilitation. Introduction to integrated approach in physiotherapy and rehabilitation applications Case studies in health sciences using interactive methods (problem solving, video analysis, literature search, group working, preparing report, oral presentation) to gain self-learning ability, knowledge and skills for assessment and finding solutions in the cases with health problems.
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