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This is an introductory microeconomics course. The way economists explain consumer and producer behavior is the main focus of the course.
EC 101 01
Faculty Member, PhD Nazlı Şahanoğulları 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00 
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This is an introductory macroeconomics course. The aim of the course is to teach elementary macroeconomic analysis and its applications. Among the main topics discussed are national income accounting, aggregate demand and supply, unemployment, money and inflation.
EC 102 01
Faculty Member, PhD Nazlı Şahanoğulları 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00 
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The aim of the course is to give students the basic mathematical equipment needed in economic analysis. Majority of the course is devoted to one variable calculus and optimization.
EC 175 01
Faculty Member, PhD Umut Keskin 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
EC 175 01/0101
Research Assistant İrem Gökçe Korkut 
Wednesday 12:00  | 13:00 
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The aim of the course is to give students further mathematical equipment needed in further economic analysis. Functions of several variables, multivariable optimization and constrained optimization, linear algebra are among the topics to be discussed.
EC 176 01
Faculty Member, PhD Umut Keskin 
Monday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
EC 176 01/0101
Research Assistant İrem Gökçe Korkut 
Friday 12:00  | 13:00 
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This course provides students with the fundamental framework used in microeconomics. Basic mathematical tools are introduced to solve problems related to consumer and producer theory. Topics included are demand, supply and equilibrium, consumer and producer behaviour, elasticities, production and cost, market structures.
EC 216 01
Assoc. Prof. Yasemin Özerkek  | Faculty Member, PhD Fatma Didin 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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This is the first part of a basic statistics course for economics majors. The course is application oriented and introduces the fundamentals of statistics needed in the second part. Some major topics are descriptive statistics, graphical description of data, grouped and ungrouped data, measures of central tendency, dispersion and shape, probability, discrete and continuous random variables, discrete and continuous distributions, sampling distribution and point and interval estimation.
EC 271 01
Prof. Cem Başlevent 
Tuesday 12:00  | 13:00 
Thursday 12:00  | 13:00 
EC 271 01/0101
Research Assistant Betül Hüsrevoğlu 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00 
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The second part of the basic statistics course. Building on the fundamentals reviewed in the previous part, this course introduces statistical tools aiming to demonstrate their use in practical applications. Some major topics are hypothesis testing, regression analysis, correlation analysis, non-parametric tests, chi-square tests and analysis of variance. On the successful completion of this course, students should have the ability to suggest appropriate tools to analyze observed data and be able to interpret the computer output.
EC 272 01
Prof. Cem Başlevent 
Tuesday 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 15:00  | 16:00 
EC 272 01/0101
Research Assistant Betül Hüsrevoğlu 
Friday 14:00  | 15:00 
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This course aims to introduce students to the definition, scope and methodology of econometrics. The main purpose is to acquaint students with simple linear regression, multiple linear regression models, LS estimators, properties of estimators, tests of significance and tests of restrictions, econometric problems, multicolinearity and bias, extensions to the basic model, dummy variables, structural change.
EC 361 01
Prof. Murat Donduran 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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This course aims to cover the theoretical basis of international trade and capital flows. This is to enable the student to get a grasp of the rising importance of international economics as globalization invokes an international dimension in economic phenomena, as well as the decision-making process by firms, governments and consumers. The principal aim of the course is to provide students with the analytical tools required for appraising the significance of international trade and of economic policies designed to cope with related issues. On the successful completion of this unit, students should be able to understand the basic principles guiding international commodity, appreciate the roles of relevant international institutions and critically assess policies implemented to improve the economy's performance in the international arena.
EC 401 01
Prof. Aylin Seçkin 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Assuming that the history of economic thought cannot be isolated from the history of science, the course aims to provide the students with a comprehensive understanding of the key figures and theories of History of Economic Thought.
EC 402 01
Faculty Member, PhD Oğuz Öztunalı 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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The importance of energy in economic development is indisputable. Globalization and the trend towards liberalization, deregulation and privatization has also made energy markets centers of interest. Energy economics studies energy resources and energy commodities and includes the forces motivating firms and consumers to supply, convert, transport, use energy resources and to dispose of residuals. It also covers market structures and regulatory structures, distribution and environmental consequences and economically efficient use. The course on energy economics will also cover energy market models around the globe. Electricity markets will be analyzed in depth. The main emphasis will be on the differing experiences in electricity markets of countries and districts.
EC 404 01
Prof. Çiğdem Çelik 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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The aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of how labor markets work. The labor market is a special kind of market in which workers, whom we are used to seeing as the consumers in the goods market, are on the supply side, and firms, which we are used to seeing as the producers, make up the demand side. The interaction of labor supply and demand determines how many people are employed and how much they get paid for their time. Among the main issues of interest to be examined in Labor Economics are the 'labor force participation' and 'hours of work' decisions of individuals. While relevant concepts such as human capital, labour mobility and unemployment will also be covered, special attention will be paid to the development and the current structure of the Turkish labor market.
EC 423 01
Faculty Member, PhD Fatma Didin  | Assoc. Prof. Yasemin Özerkek 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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This course provides an overview of the relationship between trade and economic globalization. Overall, it aims to provide a detailed framework on international trade theories and globalization. This course will focus on the topics of international trade theories and the essential theories / tools required. Also the course will focus on the detailed analysis of the current order and globalization trends.
EC 471 01
Prof. Çiğdem Çelik 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Friday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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The aim of the course is to enable students to appreciate the role of accounting in the business environment, to develop the skills required to record business transactions and to apply accounting concepts in the preparation of financial statements. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the purpose of accounting, the application of concepts and conventions, mastery of the procedures for recording business events and compiling a financial database and preparation of financial statements for managerial decisions.
BUS 211 01
Faculty Member, PhD Faruk Fırat  | Research Assistant Merve Öz 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
BUS 211 01/0101
Research Assistant Merve Öz 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00 
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The aim of the course is to enable students to distinguish the different forms of business ownership, to appreciate the impact of different forms of business ownership on financial reporting and the resulting capital structure and to understand the impact of statutory regulations and the accounting profession's requirements on the format and presentation of company accounts. On completion of this course, students should be able to prepare financial statements for partnerships and companies, make adjustments required for the application of different accounting concepts, assess the financial wealth of a business from a set of annual reports and identify underlying causes for changes in performance, adjust for businesses adopting different accounting policies and identify how products are to be costed/priced and how financial information is used to aid short-term decision-making.
BUS 212 01
Faculty Member, PhD Faruk Fırat  | Research Assistant Merve Öz 
Monday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Tuesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
BUS 212 01/0101
Research Assistant Merve Öz 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00 
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The aim of the course is to encourage students to examine critically management theories and practices in contemporary societies. More specifically, it has a number of objectives, which are, to understand the change in management thought and its relationship to changing circumstances of capitalist development, to explore different aspects of work organization in different societal contexts, to investigate how structure, culture, power and politics define organization (and how strategy and strategic action affects all these fields), to gain an appreciation of critical reasoning in this field, and to develop skills in critical reading and writing.
BUS 231 01
Faculty Member, PhD Cemil Ozan Soydemir 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
BUS 231 01/0101
Research Assistant Burçin Yazar 
Friday 13:00  | 14:00 
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This course aims to introduce the fundamental topics and methods in organizational behavior studies and to guide students in examining factors influencing individuals' behaviors at work. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will have discussed the principles and contemporary issues of professional work and, also, will have gained a cross-cultural perspective on critical topics.
BUS 262 01
Prof. Serdar Karabatı 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of statistical tools that can be useful in a business environment. The main focus of the course is to provide an understanding of the statistical concepts that provide the basis of further statistical analysis. The course covers the following topics: descriptive statistics, data analysis (graphical descriptions of data, numerical descriptive measures), probability, random variables (discrete random variables and continuous random variables), probability distribution, sampling distribution, point estimation and interval estimation. Students will also learn to prepare and analyze data using appropriate software at computer labs during class hours.
BUS 273 01
Lecturer Zeynep Deniz Dervişen 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
BUS 273 01/0101
Research Assistant Muhammet Sait Çakır 
Thursday 11:00  | 12:00 
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The aim of this course is to provide students with statistical tools that can be utilized for handling business problems. Elaborating on the statistical concepts and methods studied in BUS 273, the course focuses on hypothesis testing in general, testing problems for one and two populations, contingency tables and testing for independence, correlation, simple and multiple regression, and analysis of variance. Students will also learn to prepare and analyze data using appropriate software during class hours at computer labs.
BUS 274 01
Lecturer Zeynep Deniz Dervişen 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
BUS 274 01/0101
Research Assistant Muhammet Sait Çakır 
Friday 11:00  | 12:00 
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The aim of the course is to teach students International Financial Reporting Standards which have been adopted by an ever increasing number of countries throughout the world and which have regained importance in Turkey by the new Turkish Commercial Code.
BUS 310 01
Prof. Burcu Adiloğlu  | Prof. Göksel Yücel  | Faculty Member, PhD Derya Üçoğlu 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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The aim of this course is to examine the role and potential contribution of marketing activities within organizations, to introduce major methodologies in marketing research and to introduce key elements in the study of buyer behavior. On completion of this course, students will be able to identify and analyze key problems and the main decision areas dealt with by marketing managers, to understand the potential contribution of marketing research in decision-making and appreciate the main methodologies and to be familiar with elements of the analysis of buyer behavior and market segmentation.
BUS 311 01
Research Assistant Ebru Kuzgun 
Thursday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Friday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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Managerial economics is the art of directing scarce resources to identify ways to efficiently achieve the goals of the organizations. The aim of this course is to show students how to use economic and quantitative methods in the managerial decision-making process. At the end of this course, students will be able to utilize optimization methods and statistical tools in analyzing the firm's production and pricing decisions. Students will also learn to take managerial decisions in firms operating in various perfectly and imperfectly competitive market structures.
BUS 312 01
Prof. İpek Özkal Sanver 
Wednesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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This course aims to introduce and develop the main principles of production and operations management. The course investigates the key elements in managing the resources required to produce goods and services, and how these elements constitute an essential part of the strategic management decisions within organizations. The students will gain practical experience in formulating basic models of operations management problems. A portion of these problems will be solved using available software packages, whereas others will be solved manually using appropriate techniques. The use of decision support tools will enable students to apply the basic principles of operations management to actual problems in the business environment. In addition, the course equips students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to grasp more advanced models to be covered in future courses. Topics include facility location, layout planning, inventory management, project management, short-term scheduling, and aggregate planning, as well as a brief introduction to MRP, MRPII, and ERP.
BUS 321 01
Assoc. Prof. Yeliz Ekinci 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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This course examines financial matters within the firm and the financial environment in which the firm exists. The course demonstrates how the modern theory of finance provides a framework for practical and skilful financial management of a firm. Upon the successful completion of this course, students will have an understanding of the financial environment and financial markets and instruments in order to determine how, where and when to raise financial capital to fuel economic projects. They will be able to develop systematic, analytical decision-making skills to choose among alternative projects and investments and be able to interpret and utilize the firm's financial statements to monitor, measure and enhance the firm's performance.
BUS 331 01
Lecturer Gözde Esen 
Monday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Friday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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The aim of this course is to develop further understanding of the context, concepts and techniques of accounting in its role of providing management information for various planning, control and decision-making purposes. Students are expected to develop an awareness of the interrelationships and implications of behavioral economics and quantitative aspects and other influences upon managerial accounting activity and build up important techniques in cost and managerial accounting. The course covers specific problems of costing systems and use of accounting information for short-run and long-run managerial decisions. The subjects include standard costing systems and variance analysis, performance evaluation, short-run decisions and capital expenditure decisions.
BUS 341 01
Research Assistant Merve Öz  | Faculty Member, PhD Faruk Fırat 
Tuesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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This course basically concentrates on leadership in organizations. In today’s hyper competitive business environments, developing the most effective leadership style is crucial to guide and motivate employees for the best achievement of organizational goals. Thus, the course aims to elaborate on various conceptualizations of leadership in organizations. The objective is to concentrate on different ways of practicing leadership in organizations and to present effective strategies for becoming a better leader. Different types of leadership approaches will be presented such as trait, skills, behavioral, situational, path-goal theory, leader-member exchange, transformational, servant, authentic and positive leadership. Further, strategies will be presented for the effective skill development. The course will also relate leadership with some other important concepts in organizations such as gender, culture, conflict and ethics.
BUS 390 01
Faculty Member, PhD Cemil Ozan Soydemir 
Wednesday 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Thursday 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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The aim of this course is to explore the main issues that influence the strategic decision-making process by managers in organizations; to identify the needs of the main stakeholders and to reconcile these needs with environmental and internal constraints. The course also analyses ways to evaluate alternative strategy choices and various means to ensure that appropriate organizational changes are implemented. During the course, case discussions will be used to provide the students with the necessary skills to anticipate major issues and challenges of strategic management in organizations. Furthermore, in order to stress the holistic nature of strategic management, students will be asked to develop a case based on primary and secondary data they have collected about an organization. In this case study, students will conduct a SWOT analysis and after determining the problem will propose a viable strategy. Additionally, during the course, creating and sustaining competitive advantage by small businesses will be studied. In this vein clusters and industrial districts will be evaluated.
BUS 401 01
Lecturer Rabia Burcu Uluyurt 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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The aim of this course is to introduce the characteristics of the Turkish business environment, economic variables, political mechanisms, cultural settings, sociological dimensions, to explore historically state and business relations in Turkey, to contrast the Turkish business environment with the European, Far Eastern and US environments, and to focus on the role of managers and their relations with different stakeholders (government, consumers, media, etc.) in the Turkish business environment. On successful completion of the course, the student should be able to understand the interactions between different environmental variables and their influence on the work situation and to compare and contrast the Turkish and the other business environments.
BUS 402 01
Lecturer Firdevs Seğmen Oktay 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
BUS 402 01/0101
Research Assistant Burçin Yazar 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00 
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The aim of the course is to prepare students to become professional auditors and acquaint them with auditing concepts, procedures and developments so that they can develop methods of audit to judge outcomes and processes. The course covers topics like the auditing profession, audit reports, audit responsibilities, audit evidence, audit planning and documentation, internal controls and assessment of control risk and audit programs. lectures will cover the theory of auditing will apply the theory to practice. lectures will be participative and thus students will be expected to have read relevant material beforehand.
BUS 413 01
Prof. Burcu Adiloğlu  | Faculty Member, PhD Derya Üçoğlu 
Monday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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The aim of this course is to familiarize the student with the international marketing environment and the marketing applications and strategies relevant to international markets. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to understand the economic, cultural and political/legal constraints in the international environment, plan marketing mix strategies for a company operating in international markets and implement a system to monitor and control marketing activities abroad.
BUS 422 01
Assoc. Prof. Emine Eser Gegez 
Tuesday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
Thursday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
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This course aims to inform the students why there is a need to study consumer behavior as a separate marketing discipline as well as providing them with a conceptual framework that will both enhance their understanding of consumer behavior principles and permit practical application of these principles to real life situations. Upon completion of this course, students will know about the different internal and external factors that affect individuals with regard to their consumption processes. More specifically, perception, learning, motivation, personality and attitudes are the topics to be covered in the case of the internal factors: groups, family, social class and culture are the topics to be covered in respect to external factors. Additionally, by the end of the course, students will have a grasp of the various steps in the consumer's decision-making process.
BUS 471 01
Faculty Member, PhD Elif Yurdakul 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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The course is designed to acquaint the students with taxation concepts, procedures and developments and to help the students understand the basic principles of tax laws and their applications under Turkish and international taxation. At the completion of this course, students should be able to describe and critically appraise the basic principles of tax law and the history of tax law, understand and explain the Turkish taxation system and apply basic international taxation procedures and techniques to practical situations.
BUS 493 01
Faculty Member, PhD Derya Üçoğlu  | Prof. Burcu Adiloğlu 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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This course is a visual survey of the evolution of politics and culture in modern day Turkey.
IR 112 01
Assoc. Prof. Cemil Boyraz 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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This course aims to provide students with a framework for understanding the main issues and concepts of international relations like international anarchy, international system, international organizations, balance of power, gender, war, diplomacy, development, globalization and environment. Lectures and readings will help students analyse traditional and alternative approaches to international relations and their relevance in contemporary global context.
IR 122 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ozan Kuyumcuoğlu 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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The aim of this course is to examine the methodological basis of political thought and to provide an introduction to central concepts of early modern political thought in a historical context. Topics such as the Ancient Greece, Renaissance and utopia, Machiavelli, Protestant reformation, Bodin and sovereignty, modern natural law theories, the English Civil War and Thomas Hobbes, Levellers and Republicans, John Locke and the contract theory, J.J. Rousseau will be covered.
IR 211 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ahmet Özcan 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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This course aims to provide students with a multi-dimensional, critical and analytical introduction to European history. The focus will be on major political, economic and diplomatic developments in the formation of the modern state in the period 1789-1914. Topics covered will include the French Revolution, Settlement of 1815, 1830 and 1848 Revolutions, the development of socialism and liberalism, Crimean War, Italian and German unifications, imperialism and colonialism, alliance politics and finally the eruption of the World War I.
IR 231 01
Faculty Member, PhD Şadan İnan Rüma 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Tuesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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The course is designed to provide an introduction to Turkish politics that aims to familiarize the student with the recent political history of Turkey and to develop a framework for analysis of contemporary Turkish politics. The subject matter of the course covers the modernization process in the late Ottoman period, the establishment of the Turkish Republic, the single-party period, transition to the multi-party system and political developments up to the 1960s.
IR 251 01
Assoc. Prof. Cemil Boyraz 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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Comparative Politics is a field of political science, which intersects with the fields of International Relations and Political Theory on various levels. As it emerged as a method of studying politics, its strengths relies on enabling the students to locate different political systems, institutions and actors within a global context. This course is designed as an introduction to the main concepts and tools of comparative politics and will continue with the country cases in the spring term. In this respect, it follows a thematic outline beginning with the states and regimes, moving to the institutions and actors and concluding with a debate on the political culture.
IR 301 01
Faculty Member, PhD Pınar Sayan 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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This course is designed to familiarize students with the contemporary history and politics of international relations. The first part of the course will deal with developments from the end of Cold War until the end of the twentieth century.
IR 305 01
Lecturer Betül Gökkır 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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This course focuses on the developments that led to the end of the Cold War era and the politics of the post-Cold War period. Starting with the last decade of the Soviet Union and the forces that brought about the demise of Leninism in Eastern Europe, the break-up of Yugoslavia is studied as the paradigmatic case of the post-Cold War era. Other issues include the politics of the Middle East, post-Cold War American foreign policy and the pluses and minuses of globalization.
IR 306 01
Lecturer Betül Gökkır 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Friday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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This course will introduce the students to the origins, structures and functioning of international organizations. The course will emphasize the role of international organizations in contemporary world politics and their role in the establishment and diffusion of international norms. The EU will be dealt with broadly within the context of global governance, and each week the EU’s role on current issues in world politics will be focused on. The course is being offered as part of the Jean Monnet Chair of the Erasmus+ Programme, funded by the European Union. Dr. Özge Onursal Beşgül will carry out her duty as Jean Monnet Chair, a post entrusted to those faculty members who have expertise in European Union studies within the framework of the Erasmus+ program, between March 1, 2022-February 28, 2025.
IR 324 01
Faculty Member, PhD Özge Onursal Beşgül 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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The course will cover the republican period until the US occupation of Iraq in 2003. The lectures will emphasise major developments and discuss their reasons and consequences.
IR 441 01
Prof. Gencer Özcan 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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The course will cover current issues of Turkey’s foreign policy during the last decade. The lectures will deal with major international developments in the adjacent regions having particular relevance for Turkey's foreign policy agenda. The issues will be analysed through a three - İnternational system, national political and leadership- level analysis.
IR 442 01
Prof. Gencer Özcan 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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The course is designed to give a detailed account of Turkey's policies towards the Middle East. Lectures will deal with Ankara's regional policies as a response to major international crises and to chronical regional issues. The course will focus on five distinct periods: the Middle East in the Ottoman era, Turkey's political approach towards the Middle East during the Early Republican period, the interbellum years, the Cold War era and post-Cold War period. It will aim to highlight turning points in the evolution of the role Turkey played in regional politics and delineate major domestic and international factors that shaped Ankara's approach to the issues that the course covers.
IR 444 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ozan Kuyumcuoğlu 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Tuesday 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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LOT 462 01
Faculty Member, PhD Şerafettin Düztepe 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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The company fashion project needs to be based on real business-related issues in the fashion world. All students are expected to find an internship within a fashion-related business or organisation for the semester. Company Fashion Project Report will consist in-depth analysis of a topic of relevance to the business and a critical analysis that could be of value to the business. What constitutes the area of this topic is very open – it might be involvement in the design of a new collection but is more likely to be a small part of some process or issue in the company’s business such as research on new materials. The report should be written in English and will be minimum 5000 words.
FBA 401 01
Faculty Member, PhD İrem Arıkan Ekşi 
Monday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
This is a course designed to direct and evaluate the internship experience of our students. For this purpose, every couple of weeks a report following the progress of the intern is written. At the end, whether the goals are achieved or not is evaluated.
BAF 401 01
Lecturer Narod Erkol 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
This is a course designed to direct and evaluate the internship experience of our students. For this purpose, every couple of weeks a report following the progress of the intern is written. At the end, whether the goals are achieved or not is evaluated.
BAF 404 01
Lecturer Narod Erkol 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
This is the first part of a two-term course designed to mentor the student to produce a comprehensive work where she/he will conduct an extensive empirical and theoretical literature review on a special topic and further analyze the topic by using quantitative or qualitative methods learned previously and arrive to conclusions on the related topic.
BAF 405 01
Lecturer Narod Erkol 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This is a second part of a two-term course designed to mentor the student to produce a comprehensive work where she/he will conduct an extensive empirical and theoretical literature review on a special topic and further analyze the topic by using quantitative or qualitative methods learned previously and arrive to conclusions on the related topic. At the end of the term, student is also responsible for having a presentation of the work.
BAF 406 01
Lecturer Narod Erkol 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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IRM 441 01
Prof. Fuat Beyazıt 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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IRM 442 01
Prof. Fuat Beyazıt 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
This course covers the history of video games through in depth analysis of video game. The course is structured in a modular way, in which the seven cycles of video games development – starting from the 1960s – are discussed. The discussions refer to capitalism, youth culture, gender issues and other sociological themes which are related to video games both as entertainment and as a form of art. The discussions are based on readings as well as in-class experience of the students through playing the games. Genres of video games (such as MMO, first/third person shooter, platformer, RPG, RTS, adventure, puzzler, etc.) as well as TV and handheld consoles will also be elaborated in the lecture. After successfully completing this module, students should be able to: 1. Develop an understanding of the major developments in video games over the last 50 years and gain an historical perspective on trends in current and next-generation game development. 2. Develop an understanding of the innovative aspects of classic video game titles. 3. Critique classic video games and knowledgeably discuss important aspects of their art and design. 4. Develop an understanding of how gaming platforms influenced the development of video games. 5. Develop an understanding of how the relationship between manufacturers and developers has influenced the evolution of the game industry.
GAME 104 01
Faculty Member, PhD Nuri Kara 
Friday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to develop familiarity with the accounting practices in an international context and show the influences of the different methods of accounting on financial statements. Business transactions in foreign currencies, investments in associates and joint ventures and consolidation are among the main topics of this course. This course will also introduce the students to international financial accounting standards and show them briefly how these standards are applied.
INF 311 01
Faculty Member, PhD Derya Üçoğlu  | Prof. Burcu Adiloğlu 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to familiarize students with the operations of global financial markets and the analysis of financial decisions of multinational firms. By the end of this course, the student will have gained knowledge about special financial problems of corporations operating in more than one country, including decisions to invest abroad, forecasting exchange rates, measuring and managing exchange risk, international capital movements and portfolio diversification, the management of international working capital and the tools used in multinational fixed asset decisions.
INF 401 01
Lecturer Gözde Esen 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
The field of pediatric nutrition has developed into an area essential to components of academic pediatric program throughout the World. This lesson provides nutrition guidelines from preconception through neonatal, including normal growth and for all age of children . This lecture also includes the importance of breastfeeding and for newborn’s complemantary foods and formula feeding.Provides knowledge about Physiology of Pregnancy and Lactation problems, nutritional needs. This lecture gives students to have knowledge about childhood terms and problems and nutritional needs.
NUT 321 01
Prof. Aliye Özenoğlu 
Monday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
NUT 321 01/0101
Prof. Aliye Özenoğlu 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
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Course Description
This course provides theoretical and practical knowledge about research and resources on the most Important Pediatric Issues and Therapies in diseases such as Nutritional Deficiency Diseases , Gastroenteritis, Malnutrition, Metabolism Diseases , Malabsorbtions, Type I Diabetes..After this course students will plan diets on children related with nutrition diseases.
NUT 322 01
Prof. Aliye Özenoğlu 
Thursday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
NUT 322 01/0101
Prof. Aliye Özenoğlu 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
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Course Description
This course covers the approaches in orthopaedic problems and the early and late rehabilitation principles and surgical or conservative treatment, evaluation and treatment programs, theoretical and practical examples, preventative rehabilitation and patient's education.
PTR 313 01
Assoc. Prof. Tomris Duymaz 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
PTR 313 01/0101
Assoc. Prof. Tomris Duymaz 
Tuesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to give, knowledge, skills and attitude to student about examine, evaluate and provide physiotherapy intervention for children with disabilities and special health care needs. This course gives knowledge in normal development, motor control and motor learning provides the basis for describing impairments of body function and structure and the physiotherapy rehabilitation management of activity and limitations common in selected neurological and musculoskeletal pediatric problems. PTR203 wellness and non-communicable diseases for children, rheumatic diseases in children PTR 321, PTR 308 cardiopulmonary diseases in children are taught in their classes.
PTR 320 01
Assoc. Prof. Tomris Duymaz 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
PTR 320 01/0101
Assoc. Prof. Tomris Duymaz 
Wednesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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HM 406 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ayşe Çiğdem Mercanlıoğlu 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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Healthcare Human Resource Management structures, job analysis and design, manpower planning, recruit and selection, training, performance appraisal, job evaluation, compensation practices, employee retention
HM/E 218 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ahmet Uğur Kevenk 
Tuesday 20:00  | 21:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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CLD 319 01
Faculty Member, PhD Handan Doğan 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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PRF 402 01
Faculty Member, PhD Pınar Bostan 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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Course Description
This stage includes clinic application/field application which aims to apply students theoretical and practical knowledge on the patients /healthy persons, 4 days a week for 4 weeks. Students participate in clinical practice (nursing home, school, wellness center, rehabilitation center in fields such as; orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology in clinics /hospitals such as) under ergotherapist and instructor supervision. The responsible lecturer informs the students about type of the exam at the beginning of the term. Clinical cases are discussed with the lecturer and students two hours, one day per week. There is an obligation to comply with the specified substances in practice guidelines during clinical and field practices. The success of students in clinical and field practices will be evaluated by the supervisor ergotherapist and the effect of passing grade is 30%. it is essential grades with 30 points being the best grade and 18 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the clinical practice. It is essential to repeat the clinical practice to be successful in the course for the students who failed in clinical practice (17 and lower points out of 30 points) Clinical practice (30%) Final exam (70%) Participation (to fulfill the responsibilities such as reports/ papers/ presentations/ discussion or final exam). Passing grade is obtained by the sum of all ratings. it is essential grades with 100 points being the best “passing grade” and 60 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the course The passing grade which is 59 and lower is considered unsuccessful and an "F" grade is given.
ERP 401 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aycan Çakmak Reyhan 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Prerequisite(s) :
Course Description
This stage includes clinic application/field application which aims to apply students theoretical and practical knowledge on the patients /healthy persons, 4 days a week for 4 weeks. Students participate in clinical practice (nursing home, school, wellness center, rehabilitation center in fields such as; orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology in clinics /hospitals such as) under ergotherapist and instructor supervision. The responsible lecturer informs the students about type of the exam at the beginning of the term. Clinical cases are discussed with the lecturer and students two hours, one day per week. There is an obligation to comply with the specified substances in practice guidelines during clinical and field practices. The success of students in clinical and field practices will be evaluated by the supervisor ergotherapist and the effect of passing grade is 30%. it is essential grades with 30 points being the best grade and 18 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the clinical practice. It is essential to repeat the clinical practice to be successful in the course for the students who failed in clinical practice (17 and lower points out of 30 points) Clinical practice (30%) Final exam (70%) Participation (to fulfill the responsibilities such as reports/ papers/ presentations/ discussion or final exam). Passing grade is obtained by the sum of all ratings. it is essential grades with 100 points being the best “passing grade” and 60 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the course The passing grade which is 59 and lower is considered unsuccessful and an "F" grade is given.
ERP 402 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aycan Çakmak Reyhan 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Prerequisite(s) :
Course Description
This stage includes clinic application/field application which aims to apply students theoretical and practical knowledge on the patients /healthy persons, 4 days a week for 4 weeks. Students participate in clinical practice (nursing home, school, wellness center, rehabilitation center in fields such as; orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology in clinics /hospitals such as) under ergotherapist and instructor supervision. The responsible lecturer informs the students about type of the exam at the beginning of the term. Clinical cases are discussed with the lecturer and students two hours, one day per week. There is an obligation to comply with the specified substances in practice guidelines during clinical and field practices. The success of students in clinical and field practices will be evaluated by the supervisor ergotherapist and the effect of passing grade is 30%. it is essential grades with 30 points being the best grade and 18 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the clinical practice. It is essential to repeat the clinical practice to be successful in the course for the students who failed in clinical practice (17 and lower points out of 30 points) Clinical practice (30%) Final exam (70%) Participation (to fulfill the responsibilities such as reports/ papers/ presentations/ discussion or final exam). Passing grade is obtained by the sum of all ratings. it is essential grades with 100 points being the best “passing grade” and 60 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the course The passing grade which is 59 and lower is considered unsuccessful and an "F" grade is given.
ERP 405 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aycan Çakmak Reyhan 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Prerequisite(s) :
Course Description
This stage includes clinic application/field application which aims to apply students theoretical and practical knowledge on the patients /healthy persons, 4 days a week for 4 weeks. Students participate in clinical practice (nursing home, school, wellness center, rehabilitation center in fields such as; orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology in clinics /hospitals such as) under ergotherapist and instructor supervision. The responsible lecturer informs the students about type of the exam at the beginning of the term. Clinical cases are discussed with the lecturer and students two hours, one day per week. There is an obligation to comply with the specified substances in practice guidelines during clinical and field practices. The success of students in clinical and field practices will be evaluated by the supervisor ergotherapist and the effect of passing grade is 30%. it is essential grades with 30 points being the best grade and 18 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the clinical practice. It is essential to repeat the clinical practice to be successful in the course for the students who failed in clinical practice (17 and lower points out of 30 points) Clinical practice (30%) Final exam (70%) Participation (to fulfill the responsibilities such as reports/ papers/ presentations/ discussion or final exam). Passing grade is obtained by the sum of all ratings. it is essential grades with 100 points being the best “passing grade” and 60 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the course The passing grade which is 59 and lower is considered unsuccessful and an "F" grade is given.
ERP 406 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aycan Çakmak Reyhan 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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To provide the opportunity to make application about the learned assessment and treatment strategies in neurological occupational therapy and rehabilitation. This stage includes clinic application/field application which aims to apply students theoretical and practical knowledge on the patients /healthy persons, 4 days a week for 4 weeks. Students participate in clinical practice in fields neurology in clinics /hospitals such as) under ergotherapist and instructor supervision. The responsible lecturer informs the students about type of the exam at the beginning of the term. Clinical cases are discussed with the lecturer and students two hours, one day per week. There is an obligation to comply with the specified substances in practice guidelines during clinical and field practices. The success of students in clinical and field practices will be evaluated by the supervisor ergotherapist and the effect of passing grade is 30%. it is essential grades with 30 points being the best grade and 18 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the clinical practice. It is essential to repeat the clinical practice to be successful in the course for the students who failed in clinical practice (17 and lower points out of 30 points) Clinical practice (30%) Theoretical exam (50%) Participation (to fulfill the responsibilities such as reports, papers, presentations, discussion mentioned by the concerned lecturer at the beginning of the academic semester) (20%) Passing grade is obtained by the sum of all ratings. it is essential grades with 100 points being the best “passing grade” and 60 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the course The passing grade which is 59 and lower is considered unsuccessful and an "F" grade is given.
ERP 409 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aycan Çakmak Reyhan 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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To provide the opportunity in different areas of occupational therapy to make application about the learned assessment and treatment strategies Internship will be done in institutions where occupational therapy and rehabilitation services can be implemented Community based field work will be done. This stage includes clinic application/field application which aims to apply students theoretical and practical knowledge on the patients /healthy persons, 4 days a week for 4 weeks. Students participate in clinical practice (nursing home, school, wellness center, rehabilitation center in fields such as; orthopedics, neurology, rheumatology in clinics /hospitals such as) under ergotherapist and instructor supervision. The responsible lecturer informs the students about type of the exam at the beginning of the term. Clinical cases are discussed with the lecturer and students two hours, one day per week. There is an obligation to comply with the specified substances in practice guidelines during clinical and field practices. The success of students in clinical and field practices will be evaluated by the supervisor ergotherapist and the effect of passing grade is 30%. it is essential grades with 30 points being the best grade and 18 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the clinical practice. It is essential to repeat the clinical practice to be successful in the course for the students who failed in clinical practice (17 and lower points out of 30 points) Clinical practice (30%) Final exam (70%) Participation (to fulfill the responsibilities such as reports/ papers/ presentations/ discussion or final exam). Passing grade is obtained by the sum of all ratings. it is essential grades with 100 points being the best “passing grade” and 60 the minimum passing grade (60 %) to be successful in the course The passing grade which is 59 and lower is considered unsuccessful and an "F" grade is given.
ERP 410 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aycan Çakmak Reyhan 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to provide students with an opportunity be able to assess ecological literacy and sustainability as a thought and action style as well as deal with the sustainability debate with an innovative, inclusive and holistic view and concrete examples. The course is consisted of two interrelated parts. First part deals with current era called Anthropocene (The Human Age) and reasons for this title, limits and boundaries of the planet, sustainability debate, concept of ecological literacy and practices of eco-literacy. Second part will include practice of sustainability as a contribution to the ongoing debate; circular economy, gift economy, voluntary simplicity, reclaiming of commons, questioning of ways of decision-making and innovative interventions in everyday life are among these practices to be analysaed thorughout the course. The course will be conducted online via movie and documentary screenings and reflections, case studies, articles, web sites and other interactive resources.
GE 107 01
Lecturer Banu Binbasaran Tüysüzoğlu 
Saturday 11:00  | 12:00 
Sunday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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The course has been designed to help students grasp analytically the contemporary debates about ethics. It is at the introductory level. To comprehend analytically the contemporary ethical debates is significant when it comes to citizenship.
GE 120 01
Lecturer Veysi Tamer Kondu 
Tuesday 16:00  | 17:00 
Friday 16:00  | 17:00 
Sunday 21:00  | 22:00 
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Media literacy is an important factor for active citizenship in today's digital information society. The aim of this course is to provide students the ability to analyze and evaluate media messages as an essential first step in becoming media literate citizens. Besides, students will learn how to look “beyond the frame” of the media messages such as digital social media contents, TV commercials, news stories, films, TV shows, websites or any mediated narration -either written, oral or visual -, and to examine media texts within their contexts.
GE 121 01
Faculty Member, PhD Esra Ercan Bilgiç 
Tuesday 12:00 
Wednesday 12:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
This course is about storytelling in the short format of one-minute film. It focuses on film as communication for representing conflicts. The aim of the course is transforming our own conflicts, and/or the conflicts in our environment into filmic stories. With the digital technology, the basic know-how is now accessible for all and we can film even with our smart-phones once we learn how to tell a story visually, with soundtrack. Each student will have a chance to come up with an original story, which can be told within a one-minute film. There will be a platform where all students can debate and vote for their stories until they form clusters and crews around those stories. They will collaborate for screenplay, production and post-production. The narrative content and the process will use film as communication.
GE 206 01
Prof. Feride Çiçekoğlu 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Wednesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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While the course titled "Democracy and Social Movements" on the one hand reflects its projection on important social movements such as the "Anti-War Movement" and "Civil Rights Movement of Black in the U.S." that left traces on a global scale in the period between 1967-1975, it also plans to scrutinize the social movements like the environmental movement, the feminist movement, and national/global movement that emerged as a reaction to increasing inequalities on a scale and symbolized by the slogan "another world is possible". The common point of all these movements is that their participants/actors act not only with their own existential anxieties but also with their concern for the world in which they were born. In this context, the "Democracy and Social Movements" course aims to think on a globaş scale based on local experiences, and to think about the common aspects as well as the differences of social movements that emerged in different times and places. In the course, an interactive discussion between the lecturer and students will be held after the screening of relevant documentaries/films about each of the social movements.
GE 236 01
Lecturer Aylin Kılıç Cepdibi 
Wednesday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Sunday 21:00  | 22:00 
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The history of the ancient and modern Olympic Games and their reciprocation with the societies and economies of the ancient and modern worlds will be studied in this course. From the 8th century B.C., when they began as a religious - athletic festival among the Greek city states until their end in the 4th century A.D., the Olympic games became the most important athletic event among a number of others in the Greek world, such as the Isthmian, Nemean, and Pythian Games. They were so important to the culture of ancient Greece that Greek chronology was thought by Olympic Games until the Christian era and local and regional Olympiads were organized in such places as Ephesus and Antioch in Roman times.. The course will look at how the games developed in Hellenic, Hellenistic and Roman eras. The course will also study the extraordinary growth of the modern international Olympic Games. From the turn of the last century the Olympic Games have captured the imagination of increasing number of people throughout the world as a result of the growth of the mass media in the 20th century. In the first International Olympics of Athens in 1896, 241 athletes from 14 nations competed, while at the 2016 games in Rio 10,500 athletes from 206 countries were competed. Besides the audience and participants, the Olympic Games have grown in the variety of competitions to include many sports and events such as basketball, baseball, judo, taekwondo, cycling, waterpolo, gymnastics, and beach volleyball. The 1896 Olympics had 45 separate events; the 2016 Olympics had 28 sports branch , 41 diciplines and 306 events.
GE 238 01
Faculty Member, PhD Efkan Canşen 
Tuesday 11:00  | 12:00 
Sunday 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00 
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Sport is an important subject attempting opportunities for the representation of drama, action, comdey, character and so on. Since the beginning of the cinema industry sports have been a continual case for the movies. In Hollywood, for example, a lot of films about sports have been produced to constitute between movies and and other cultural forms including literature, fashion, advertising, theater. Sport movies also focus on socio-political issues in the society. From the documentary style to narrative film combination with sport has helped to sell the movies. In this course students will study about the relationship between cinema and sports and watch several prominent sport movies and will be able to analyse them.
GE 239 01
Faculty Member, PhD Efkan Canşen 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00 
Sunday 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to initiate the student to the concept of governance, surrounding political phenomena globally. The student will be presented with the fundamental ideas, concepts, and frameworks that social scientists have at their disposal to classify, describe and analyze the social norms, institutions, and processes of governing within and across state territories. The student will also apply this theoretical framework to real-world examples from contemporary domestic and global politics.
GE 243 01
Lecturer Burç Beşgül 
Tuesday 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 11:00  | 12:00 
Sunday 21:00  | 22:00 
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Course Description
This course focuses on the EU's role in world politics. In the first part, the course will introduce the historical evolution of the European Union, its functions and its structure. The concept of global governance will be explained, and the global role of the EU will be discussed in the context of different policies. This course will examine how norms in the global arena are formed and the EU's role in constructing and disseminating these norms. The course is given within the scope of the Jean Monnet Chair project titled “BILGINormsEU: JM Chair on Norms and Turkey-EU Relations”. Dr. Instructor Özge Onursal Beşgül will be the Jean Monnet Chair, which is given to faculty members with expertise in European Union studies within the framework of the Erasmus+ program, between March 1, 2022, and February 28, 2025.
GE 248 01
Faculty Member, PhD Özge Onursal Beşgül 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00 
Sunday 21:00  | 22:00 
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Course Description
This course will survey seminal developments in art within their contemporary social, economic, and cultural contexts. Humanity began to express its relationship to nature, religion, and power from the very initial stages of organized society. Students will explore artistic and architectural forms of this expression while reading primary textual materials and attending lectures that provide historical background. Also this course offers a multidisciplinary approach encompassing arts, politics and history.The chronological structure for this course will begin with the invention of writing and the birth of civilization in Ancient and end to the 18th century. The course is in English.
HUM 107 01
Lecturer Aylin Kılıç Cepdibi 
Monday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Sunday 21:00  | 22:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to introduce fundamental computing concepts to first year college students. The course focuses on working in teams, group functioning, designing programming, use functional programming, and how to effectively use computers. It has introductory level programming content.
CMPE 100 01
Assoc. Prof. Tuğba Dalyan 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
CMPE 100 01/0101
Assoc. Prof. Tuğba Dalyan 
Monday 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 16:00  | 17:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to advance practical and theoretical skills with OOP concepts of engineering students to write effective computer programs. This course teaches general programming techniques, object-oriented programming concepts, exception handling and debugging techniques, input-outputs and filing processes, using libraries efficiently, version controlling, testing of applications and issues such as archiving with using the Java language. There are significant practical teachings of the course.
CMPE 101 01
Faculty Member, PhD Murat Orhun 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
CMPE 101 01/0101
Research Assistant Özgür Özdemir 
Thursday 17:00  | 18:00 
Friday 17:00  | 18:00 
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This course aims to equip engineering students who are not specializing in computing with the necessary skills to design and implement simple computer programs of practical use in a popular programming language, Python to solve mathematical and scientific problems. The course aims to overcome the well known “programming problem” - students’ fear of writing a program from scratch - by teaching the use of a design method that allows program construction to be broken down into a series of manageable steps. The course aims to inculcate good programming habits from the beginning by emphasizing the need for written specifications and the use of documentation and testing tools in development environment, bring the skills to write your own real world non-complex programs by integrating the fundamental blocks of the language.
CMPE 130 01
Faculty Member, PhD Metehan İncegül 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
CMPE 130 01/0101
Faculty Member, PhD Metehan İncegül 
Tuesday 12:00  | 13:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This course aims to provide students with practical skills in computer science and engineering.
CMPE 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD Murat Orhun 
Friday 09:00 
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This course introduces object orientation and concurrent processes for large scale problems, using the industrially accepted Java language. This course covers, GUI and concurrent programming, cooperating sequential processes that include critical sections, mutual exclusion, thread synchronization, semaphores, monitors, deadlock starvation and Client-Server programming with Socket, RMI and XMLRPC libraries. In addition to teach Java language, programming and designing skills with C++ and Python are explained with projects and practical examples.
CMPE 261 01
Faculty Member, PhD Murat Orhun 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
CMPE 261 01/0101
Research Assistant Özgür Özdemir 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This course aims to provide students with practical skills in computer science and engineering.
CMPE 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD Murat Orhun 
Friday 10:00 
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This course is the continuation of Digital Design course where logic gates, combinational and sequential circuits are studied. Starting from register design, memory design, ALU, datapath design are covered. Instruction set architecture with examples are covered. RISC and CISC architectures are reviewed.
CMPE 321 01
Faculty Member, PhD Baykal Sarıoğlu 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
CMPE 321 01/0101
Faculty Member, PhD Baykal Sarıoğlu 
Wednesday 13:00 
Thursday 16:00 
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Course Description
Natural Language Processing (NLP) which is sub-brunch of Artificial intelligence, aims to develop techniques for processing language and speech. The course aims to learn basic algorithms in this field and the main language levels: morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, as well as the resources of natural language data - corpora. In this course, applications (rapid information extraction, machine translation, word sense disambiguation etc.) are analyzed.
CMPE 346 01
Assoc. Prof. Tuğba Dalyan 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
CMPE 346 01/0101
Assoc. Prof. Tuğba Dalyan 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to provide a main design experience for Computer Engineering seniors. Students will provide a proof-of-concept with a prototype implementation of their system design in the previous course.
CMPE 492 01
Assoc. Prof. Tuğba Dalyan 
Friday 11:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This compulsory summer practice consisting of 20 working days aims to introduce bioengineering sophomore students to the work environment and to provide field experience and basic skills in engineering practice.
BIOE 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD Yuk Yin Ng 
Wednesday 17:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This compulsory summer practice of 20 working days aims to introduce bioengineering Junior students to the work environment and to provide field experience and basic skills in engineering practice.
BIOE 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD Yuk Yin Ng 
Thursday 18:00 
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Course Description
This is the second part of a year-long project divided into two semesters. The overall project covers the design, analysis, final output, report and presentation. In addition to basic requirements of a design process, focus is also on systems approach, application of bioengineering techniques to complex problems and ethical considerations. This particular course covers the preparation of students to the project and the conceptual design phase.
BIOE 492 01
Faculty Member, PhD Yuk Yin Ng 
Thursday 20:00 
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Course Description
General Chemistry is intended to be an introductory course for science and engineering students. The goal is to introduce the fundamentals of chemistry in terms of macroscopic concepts and principles that have their origins in the laboratory and everyday observations.
CHEM 101 01
Faculty Member, PhD Sesil Çınar 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Wednesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
The objective of the summer training is to get the students at BİLGİ ready for the business life in both public and private sectors. In other words, during the summer training, the students at BİLGİ are anticipated to learn how they can adopt themselves to the real working life conditions.
EEEN 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aysa Jafari Farmand 
Friday 11:00 
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Course Description
Electrical quantities. Definitions and laws. Circuit elements. Circuit laws. Signal processing circuits. Natural response, forced response, complete response. Steady–state AC circuits. General network analysis. Introduction to systems.
EEEN 201 01
Assoc. Prof. Yiğit Dağhan Gökdel 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
This course is addressed to the engineering sophomores who have successfully completed Electrical & Electronics Circuits I. The course provides the students with an exposure to essential principles and practices of fundamental electrical and electronic circuits.
EEEN 202 01
Faculty Member, PhD Okan Zafer Batur 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
Basic wave shapes and fundamentals of digital electronics circuits. Number systems, Boolean algebra. Combinatorial and sequential circuits. Counter and shift registers. Logic networks and their simplification. Representing digital circuits with hardware description language.
EEEN 222 01
Faculty Member, PhD Baykal Sarıoğlu 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
The student is expected to use the things he/she has learned in school and put them into practice. This way the student will gain work experience in their field of study. The gained experience will be helpful to finish the final year of study and will provide him/her possible job opportunities for the future.
EEEN 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD İpek Şen 
Friday 11:00 
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Course Description
This course provides the students with an exposure to essential elements of analog electronics. The course concentrates on the introductory material associated with analog electronics and introduces students to fundamental electronic devices such as diodes, transistors and operational amplifiers. It develops on the notion of DC and small signal behavior. Students are shown how these devices are used in amplifier and switching circuits.
EEEN 301 01
Faculty Member, PhD Okan Zafer Batur 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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In this course, the fundamental concepts of electromagnetic waves with strong emphasis on engineering electromagnetics are introduced.
EEEN 331 01
Assoc. Prof. Yiğit Dağhan Gökdel 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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EEEN 492 01
Faculty Member, PhD Okan Zafer Batur 
Friday 10:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This compulsory summer practice consisting of 20 working days aims to introduce industrial engineering sophomore students to the work environment, particularly in production systems, and to provide field experience and basic skills in engineering practice.
IE 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD Zehra Düzgit 
Friday 09:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to provide the concepts and principles of a variety of introductory statistical tools and techniques. The emphasis of this course is on the themes of summarizing data, confidence intervals, testing hypothesis, correlation and regression, and analysis of variance.
IE 232 01
Assoc. Prof. Cemal Deniz Yenigün 
Monday 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00 
IE 232 01/0101
Assoc. Prof. Cemal Deniz Yenigün 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00 
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Course Description
This course covers fundamentals of optimization methods including the theory and application of linear programming problems with an emphasis on modeling concepts, linear programming models, simplex method, sensitivity analysis. Linear programming problems selected for this course are from diverse areas such as manufacturing, health care, transportation, etc.
IE 234 01
Faculty Member, PhD Tonguç Yavuz 
Wednesday 12:00  | 13:00 
Thursday 12:00  | 13:00 
IE 234 01/0101
Faculty Member, PhD Tonguç Yavuz 
Wednesday 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
This compulsory summer practice consisting of 20 working days aims to introduce industrial engineering junior students to the work environment in production or service systems, and to provide field experience and basic skills in engineering practice.
IE 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD Zehra Düzgit 
Friday 10:00 
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Course Description
This is the second part of a year-long project divided into two semesters. The overall project covers the design process from customer request through the final output. In addition to the basic requirements of a design process such as proposal development, customer specifications, design stages, and reporting, focus is also on systems approach, application of industrial engineering techniques to complex problems and ethical considerations. This particular course covers the preliminary and detailed design phases of the projects. Students must draw on engineering skills, and apply these skills to their work throughout the project. Decision making and dealing with consequences are crucial parts of the focus of the project.
IE 492 01
Faculty Member, PhD Umman Mahir Yıldırım 
Friday 09:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
Summer practice shall be at least 20 working days at an public or private institution.
ESEN 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ayşe Nur Esen 
Friday 11:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
Summer practice shall be at least 20 working days at an public or private institution.
ESEN 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD Füsun Servin Tut Haklıdır 
Friday 11:00 
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Course Description
The objective of the “Experimental Design in Energy Systems Engineering” is to apply principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, mass transfer, heat transfer and the knowledge in energy systems to design complex systems, processes, devices or products to meet desired needs within the realistic constraints and conditions.
ESEN 390 01
Assoc. Prof. Erdem Günay  | Faculty Member, PhD Füsun Servin Tut Haklıdır  | Prof. Elif Aslı Yetkin 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Senior Design Project I includes the study of the first semester of the two-semester Senior Design Project sequence (ESEN 491/492). During the first semester,students work individually or in project teams and use their technical writing skills to produce a project plan and design report. Senior Design Project should be sufficient in scope and technical content to expose the technical competence of the students developed during their education at the Energy Systems Engineering Department. The topics of the projects can be selected in any field of Energy Systems Engineering that is considered to be relevant by the department board. The project may include from a wide range of topics that extends from the application of specific methods and techniques to a real life problem up to the study and development of original solutions for a theoretical problem.
ESEN 491 01
Prof. Kerim Mehmet Murat Tunç 
Friday 12:00 
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Course Description
Senior Design project II includes the study of the second semester of the two-semester Senior Design Project sequence (ESEN 491/492). Senior Design Project should be sufficient in scope and technical content to expose the technical competence of the students developed during their education at the energy Systems Engineering Department. The topics of the projects can be selected in any field of Energy Systems Engineering that is considered to be relevant by the department board. The project may include from a wide range of topics that extends from the application of specific methods and techniques to a real life problem up to the study and development of original solutions for theoretical problem.
ESEN 492 01
Prof. Kerim Mehmet Murat Tunç 
Friday 11:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
ME 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD İlyas Yılmaz 
Friday 09:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
ME 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD İlyas Yılmaz 
Friday 10:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
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Course Description
This no-lecture course includes an appropriate design project with all the design phases starting from project selection to completion and presentation, and which leads the students use the knowledge they gained during their tenure in the department and gain complete design experience. In this course, design of a machine, system or process is conducted in the framework of an open-ended engineering problem and a team of students develops the solution
ME 492 01
Faculty Member, PhD Murat Sarıbay 
Friday 12:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This is a first course on the fundamental sequence of calculus-based physics. It mainly covers mechanics, which is about the motion of objects. Subjects covered include kinematics of motion, Newton's laws of motion, gravitation, work, energy, momentum, rotational motion and static equilibrium. In addition to the face to face lectures, online studies and laboratory sessions are part of the course.
PHYS 101 01
Prof. Elif Aslı Yetkin 
Tuesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
PHYS 101 01/0101
Prof. Elif Aslı Yetkin 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
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Course Description
This is the second course on the fundamental sequence of calculus-based physics. It mainly covers various concepts and laws about electricity and magnetism. Subjects covered are electric charge, electric field, Gauss's law, electric potential, electric current, Kirchoff's laws, resistance, capacitance, electromotive force and direct current circuits followed by the properties of magnetic fields, Ampére's law, Faraday's law, inductance and alternating current circuits. In addition to the face to face lectures, online studies and laboratory sessions are part of the course.
PHYS 102 01
Faculty Member, PhD Yücel Yıldırım 
Monday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
PHYS 102 01/0101
Faculty Member, PhD Yücel Yıldırım 
Friday 12:00  | 13:00 
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Course Description
Within the scope of this course, technical reports, related to the construction site internship that must be conducted at the end of the second year of the program, will be evaluated.
CE 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD Büşra Aktürk 
Friday 09:00 
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Course Description
The aim of Material Science is to introduce the microstructure of materials by using physics, chemistry and mathematics disciplines, to explain the relation between micro structure and properties and to classify the materials according to the basic principles and concepts.
CE 209 01
Faculty Member, PhD Büşra Aktürk 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
Within the scope of this course, the office internship that must be conducted related to one of the branches of civil engineering at the end of the third year of the program, and the technical report of the internship are evaluated.
CE 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD Büşra Aktürk 
Friday 10:00 
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This course includes types of structures, supports and loads. Idealization of structure and loads, analysis of determinate trusses, beams, plane frames and arches. This course is also interested in principles of equilibrium for determining reactions, bending moments and shear diagrams;Influence lines and matrix methods of structural analysis. Introduction to computer programs and use of program packages for structural analysis.
CE 301 01
Assoc. Prof. Ömer Fatih Yalçın 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
CE 301 01/0101
Assoc. Prof. Ömer Fatih Yalçın 
Monday 12:00 
Wednesday 12:00 
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Course Description
This course introduces the basic principles of soil mechanics and its applications to foundation systems design. To understand basic behavior of soils, the basic principles of statics and mechanics are used during the lectures. This course includes basic properties of soils, soil classification, soil structure, moisture effects, capillarity, one- and two-dimensional flow, coefficient of permeability, compressibility and consolidation, stress, deformation and strength characteristics, stress distribution and analysis, effective stress principle, pore pressure parameters, drained shear behavior, strength principles, lateral earth pressure, slope stability and bearing capacity. and relevant laboratory experiments.
CE 303 01
Faculty Member, PhD Tanay Karademir 
Tuesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Thursday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
CE 303 01/0101
Faculty Member, PhD Tanay Karademir 
Tuesday 16:00  | 17:00 
Thursday 16:00  | 17:00 
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This course gives the basic principles for reinforced concrete design of structures based on mechanical behavior of concrete and structural steel. The course shows behavior of reinforced concrete elements under different natural and physical conditions and under normal force, shear, moment and torsion and relevant analysis for members under combined flexure and axial load or axially loaded, structural safety limits. Additionally, the course covers the fundamental analysis of beams, columns and slabs (analysis and design of a cross section) as well as design of reinforced concrete beams, floor systems and columns. Use of Turkish Standard for Reinforced Concrete Design ‘TS-500’ will be introduced to the students. Besides, the design codes of the American Concrete Institute for reinforced concrete buildings will be considered.
CE 304 01
Lecturer Ceyda Nur 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
CE 304 01/0101
Lecturer Ceyda Nur 
Wednesday 12:00 
Thursday 13:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
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Course Description
This course uses the basic principles of soil mechanics to design various foundation systems such that application of soil mechanics and other related techniques to design of foundation will be covered in detail includingbearing capacity, settlement, and stress distribution in soil site investigation, design of deep and shallow foundations, bracing retaining structures as well as methods for site and soil exploration; and additionally case studies.
CE 308 01
Faculty Member, PhD Tanay Karademir 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Special Condition :
Course Description
Diagonal tension, bond and anchorage, cracking, design of reinforced concrete slabs, foundations, retaining wall
CE 407 01
Lecturer Ceyda Nur 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00 
CE 407 01/0101
Lecturer Ceyda Nur 
Wednesday 15:00 
Thursday 16:00 
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Course Description
The course covers the same concepts of the CE 491, with further information. That is why, this course provides students to improve their studies on the applications of civil engineering concepts to design processes; using software programs, researching, discussing developing solutions for engineering problems. In the end of the course, emphasis will be on oral and written presentations. At the end of this course, project design must be completed and oral and written presentations should be made.
CE 492 01
Faculty Member, PhD Tanay Karademir 
Friday 09:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
MECA 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD İbrahim Başar Aka 
Friday 09:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This course will enable students to build mathematical models from first principles that represent behaviors of various physical systems (such as mechanical, electrical, and electromechanical systems). In addition to modeling concepts, the course also introduces basic concepts of control engineering. • Develop system response to various inputs. • Utilize basic engineering approximations to simplify the models. • Learn analytical methods, such as Laplace’s transformation and state space approach, for modeling dynamic systems. • Learn Matlab/Simulink for dynamic system simulation. • Use time-domain and frequency-domain analysis of dynamic systems to predict system performance. • Introduce basic concepts in control systems.
MECA 202 01
Faculty Member, PhD Adnan Hassan 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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MECA 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD Adnan Hassan 
Friday 10:00 
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Course Description
This course introduces the fundamental approaches to design and analysis of control systems. The course starts with a fast review of feedback control touching upon the fundamentals of PID control. Next, fundamental content about root-locus design method and frequency design and analysis techniques (including Nyquist stability) are covered. The course is followed by controller design in state space. Throughout the course, pole placement methods using state feedback, Ackermann’s formula, limitations of state feedback, bode gain-phase relationships, stability margins and Leuenberger Observer design is covered. A detailed discussion on lead & leg compensation in feedback control systems is also provided. The course ends with a brief discussion on robust control system design.
MECA 311 01
Faculty Member, PhD Adnan Hassan 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
Supervised research focused on preparation of a design project, including literature review, research, data collection and analysis, and writing.
MECA 491 01
Faculty Member, PhD Mehmet Ayyıldız 
Friday 11:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
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Course Description
Supervised research focused on preparation of a design project, including literature review, research, data collection and analysis, and writing.
MECA 492 01
Faculty Member, PhD Mehmet Ayyıldız 
Friday 10:00 
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Course Description
This is the first part of a two-course sequence. The aim of the course this semester is to introduce students to the basics of statistical reasoning in the context of the social sciences. Towards this end, students will be provided with the statistical skills required to collate, summarize, present and analyze data. Students will be expected to master the underlying logic of statistical operations and reasoning and to begin to apply their understanding to research in the social sciences via hypothesis testing.
PSY 213 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ryan Macey Wise 
Monday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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Course Description
This is the first of a two-part sequence that offers a study of change and continuity in the physical, cognitive and psychosocial domains of human development from an ecological perspective. The aim is to provide an understanding of both some relatively common changes that most individuals experience and the variations to these patterns. The study of issues related to birth, infancy, pre-school and middle childhood is informed by various theoretical approaches.
PSY 221 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ryan Macey Wise 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Wednesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to improve the students' knowledge and understanding of the meaning and utility of test scores and to introduce them to testing procedures. The course covers the background and methodology of testing, elementary statistical concepts needed for a basic understanding of psychological measurement and examples of cognitive and personality assessment instruments. Research and theories related to main intelligence and personality tests are examined.
PSY 331 01
Faculty Member, PhD Gergely Czukor 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Course Description
This course is designed to give an overview of the field of organizational psychology and to help students develop a systems approach to behavior in organizations. Topics within the organizational psychology include individual motivation, person-organization relationships, leadership and participation, inter-group and system dynamics, issues related to gender, conflict and conflict resolution, communication, cooperation and decision-making, as well as organizational power and politics.
PSY 352 01
Faculty Member, PhD Gergely Czukor 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
This course is for students to think on contemporary art and to be a good follower of art aims to provide a consistent perspective. The course will focus on the concepts and terminology of contemporary art, art criticism and writing in Turkey will be discussed. At the end of the course, the students qualified for contemporary art text (exhibition / business promotion, criticism, review and interview) are expected to produce.
TK 210 01
Lecturer Pınar Aygün 
Tuesday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
Thursday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
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Course Description
TK 314 Social Media Literature Throughout human history, it is known that the materials on which literature is recorded show changes. The course is based on how the transition from ear to ear, stone, clay and paper to electronic media transforms literature and human history. In addition to communication and education, internet has also been a new transmission, production and sharing place for literature. Accessibility and diversity are further enhanced by the "social media" applications and areas that have become a part of everyday life. The course provides a laboratory groundwork for researching, analyzing and applying the literature produced in all these areas with the theoretical sub-structure of literature, technology and media.
TK 314 01
Lecturer Atanur Memiş 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00 
Thursday 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00 
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Media literacy is an important factor for active citizenship in today's digital information society. The aim of this course is to provide students the ability to analyze and evaluate media messages as an essential first step in becoming media literate citizens. Besides, students will learn how to look “beyond the frame” of the media messages such as digital social media contents, TV commercials, news stories, films, TV shows, websites or any mediated narration -either written, oral or visual -, and to examine media texts within their contexts.
MED 101 01
Faculty Member, PhD Esra Ercan Bilgiç 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
Children and youth of the 21st century are surrounded by digital media devices such as computers, smart phones, tablet pc’s and so on. Those gadgets provide online and offline access to paid or free digital content that comes in many forms including apps, images, text, animations, games, audio and video files, e-books etc. Digital media content is delivered to children audiences via many different platforms and by using many different distribution methods, i.e. social media or app store marketing. Not only content producers but also content providers and distributers altogether form a huge digital media industry that target parents and children as consumers of digital media. On the other hand, digital media also provide opportunity for young children to creatively produce their own content and to become active participants of the digital media ecosystem. Within this context, a lot of questions arise: What should the role of the parents be in between protection and encouragement? What are children’s rights in the digital age? How should children’s safety and privacy be protected? How do digital media empower kids to create? How to use digital media for learning? Do digital games contribute to develop children’s creativity? What actions should be taken to reach digital media literate children, parents and educators? On the basis of children's rights and wellbeing concepts, this course mainly adapts media and communication studies perspective, while also benefiting from other disciplines including law, game studies, education sciences, sociology, psychology and pedagogy.
MED 200 01
Faculty Member, PhD Esra Ercan Bilgiç 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
This course introduces various ethical, social and political issues raised by the impact and power of media & communication technologies. From issues related to digital privacy and democratic agency to disruptive technologies like cryptocurrencies and Internet of Things students are expected to delve into a variety of issues related to new technologies. Through a critical approach we will be exploring the effects of digital media on popular culture, political process and the individual. The students will gain a familiarity with these issues by reading newspaper articles, research papers and watching movies, documentaries and discussing them in class. Each student is expected to craft media items on a particular topic related to media & new technologies.
MED 231 01
Lecturer Sarper Durmuş 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The aim is of this course is to introduce students how to curate media brands, products, organizations and companies in the current media industry; to form a holistic view of the media landscape in a post-digital era and new possibilities in media today; and to equip with perspectives to be needed throughout the media career. The course will cover important concepts and agenda of media management, such as: the role of media management and media manager, the new possibilities in media today, audience(s), content, organization, brand, law, people management, organization culture, start-up culture, national and international markets and revenue generation.
MED 332 01
Lecturer Sarphan Uzunoğlu 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Friday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
This course is focused on the concept of "audience" -- a concept which has been analyzed and discussed in depth both academically and commercially. The historical transformation of the concept of audience as well as its social, political, technological and commercial reconstruction will be analyzed both theoretically and methodologically. There will be discussions on how "audience", the key term in the field of content production, will fare in the age of digital technologies.
MED 333 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aylin Dağsalgüler 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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This course examines the complex issue of political communication through the mass media. The lectures will explore the history of political communication, looking particularly at questions of regulation, press ownership, representation of party politics, election broadcasts, bias in the press and agenda setting. It will use historical core studies to highlight such techniques as spot advertising and polling and their roles in party strategies. Case studies from Turkish political communication will be introduced in order to provide the students with a comparative perspective.
MED 451 01
Prof. Burak Özçetin 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the fundamentals of visual storytelling, concept development and execution. Throughout the semester students will gain and practice fundamental photography skills in order to develop their own creative perspective toward life.
ADV 210 01
Faculty Member, PhD Barış Ursavaş 
Monday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
Wednesday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
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This course aims to give a basic understanding of marketing communication channels. The channels will be studied mostly from a professional perspective and in two major understanding: mass communication and personal communication. This course is useful for advertising students as well as students who are interested to work in brand departments.
ADV 240 01
Lecturer Zehra Rüya Yüksel 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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The aim of this course is to enable students who are already learn basics of account planing an willing to learn more, to gain competency on the skills and methods that an account planner should have.
ADV 374 01
Lecturer Bilge Erkök 
Tuesday 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Thursday 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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This course is designed to give the students the opportunity to develop either key academic skills or key entrepreneurship skills by a project and real practical experience or develop key professional skills by working with a mentor. The course offers students guidance, knowledge and insight from an academic advisor as well as opportunity to experience becoming either a junior research assistant or an entrepreneur in advertising field, or a mentor in the selected field. Each student will be under the supervision of one advisor. The Senior Project I is an independent one term course.
ADV 401 01
Assoc. Prof. Emine Eser Gegez 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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This is a personal project course, designed to give the students the opportunity to develop either key academic skills, key sectoral skills or key entrepreneurship skills. Senior project is an individual project. Each student will be under the supervision of one advisor. The Senior Project II is an independent one term course.
ADV 402 01
Assoc. Prof. Emine Eser Gegez 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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Course Description
The main objective of this course is to cover fundamental concepts, and techniques related to the planning and coordination of marketing functions, marketing policies, and the analysis of marketing administration.
ADV 461 01
Lecturer Zehra Rüya Yüksel 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to improve the vision of students with regard to consumers and to provide them with adequate, practical and applicable tools in marketing information. It will focus on understanding the role of qualitative research, observation methods, focus group discussions and in-depth interviews and finally on analyzing and reporting the findings.
ADV 471 01
Assoc. Prof. Emine Eser Gegez 
Monday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Wednesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to probe the nature and workings of creative processes in human social experience. Creative process is conceived as a historical series of actions that articulate into a whole and it has to be viewed comparative to its particular relation to the arrow of time. Understanding the creative process in human experience is expected to open new vistas of vision and hence thought in contemporary cultural and communication industries as well as enhance the intellectual quality of private lives. Therefore, the bonds between society, politics, culture, arts and zeitgeists i.e., the understanding of history that shapes all will be reviewed with a view to communication.
PUB 310 01
Lecturer Emel Göral 
Wednesday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
This course provides practical instructions in the design and analysis of non-digital games including card and board games.
VCD 323 01
Faculty Member, PhD Nuri Kara 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00 
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Course Description
POV 161 introduces to utilize each photographic tool while working with DSLR photography and how message and aesthetic is shaped and carried out by photographic technique. It expresses framing and composition knowledge while introducing formation of digital photography and exposure.
POV 161 01
Lecturer Mert Kutluk 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
Students will learn to identify cultural properties of a cultural heritage structure, and prepare analytical surveys of said structure up to the scale of 1/50. Course is built on the collective information presented to the students in the first two semesters
MRS 201 01
Lecturer Gaye Kepiç 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
Students will blend all the technical knowledge they have acquired in the first three semesters (Survey I, II, III; Technical Drawing I, II; Traditional Structure System and Components I, II; Fine Structure I) with the theoretical knowledge they have acquired in the field of conservation. A cultural property will prepare a detailed (1/200 - 1/1) analytical survey of the building, and work towards developing restitution and / or restoration proposals according to the data and needs of the building.
MRS 204 01
Lecturer Gaye Kepiç 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The aim of the internship should strengthen the students' academic work with field experience. Internship is an important opportunity for students to clarify their career interests.
STJ 216 01
Lecturer Yağmur Ateş 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00 
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Course Description
It aims to understand the importance of designing interior spaces, to learn detailed information on the norms of human ergonomics and universal design principles, and to acquire the ability to apply the right materials in the right place. Interior design of all areas where life takes place is included in the course content
ICM 202 01
Lecturer Ozan Yüce 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
ICM 202 02
Lecturer Ozan Yüce 
Monday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
The purpose of the internship is to strengthen students' academic studies with field experience. Internships are an important opportunity for students to clarify their career interests. The internship course is held in the summer semester and the grading of the course is done in the fall semester.
STJ 203 01
Lecturer Bura Özgül 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00 
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Course Description
The purpose of the internship is to strengthen students' academic studies with field experience. Internships are an important opportunity for students to clarify their career interests. The internship course is held in the summer semester and the grading of the course is done in the fall semester.
STJ 206 01
Lecturer Bura Özgül 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00 
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The purpose of this course is to describe the concepts of political power, sovereignty, democracy, human rights, separation of powers, the state and basic characteristics of the state, and to set forth the structure and functioning of legislative and executive bodies in a comparative perspective. This course aims to elaborate on the enactment of the constitution and other legal norms as well as the hierarchy between them in the context of Turkish constitutional law.
LAW 121 01
Assoc. Prof. Ulaş Karan 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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This course focuses on the development of the Turkish Constitutions since the Ottoman Empire, concepts of democracy, secularism, rule of law, welfare state, human rights and the principle of equality, also defined as the principles of the Republic in the Constitution. This course also embraces topics such as, but not limited to, political parties, electoral systems, freedom of expression and association, freedom of religion, constitutional proceedings, independence of the judiciary, right to a fair trial and social rights. The emergence and functioning of the judicial review of constitutionality and the European Convention on Human Rights will be particularly emphasized whilst encouraging students to analyze the decisions of these judicial bodies.
LAW 122 01
Assoc. Prof. Ulaş Karan 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Criminal law is mainly concerned with those violations of social order which are regulated as ”crimes” by the legislative organ and their prescribed punishments. In this course, the terms of crime and punishment will be covered and the sources and general principles of criminal law and techniques of interpretation governing criminal law will be examined. After the introduction, the general theory of crime will be analysed, whose main objective is to break down the crime into its components and analyse the theory of crime.
LAW 251 01
Research Assistant Aras Türay 
Monday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Wednesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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As part of this course, the concept of culpability, reasons diminishing and removing criminal capacity and culpability, mistake in criminal law, attempt, conspiracy, aggregation and sanctions of criminal law will be examined, within the general theory of crime.
LAW 252 01
Research Assistant Aras Türay 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to provide sound background knowledge of the history of Turkish Law. The course is designed to examine pre-Islamic and Islamic legal systems that have been applied during Turkey's history. Topics include pre-Islamic Turkish law, the Mecelle and the history of modern Turkish law.
LAW 261 01
Faculty Member, PhD Alişan Çapan 
Thursday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Friday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
The course deals with the different legal aspects of maritime commerce. As one of the oldest activities of trade, the law of carriage of goods by sea which governs such activity has always been of an international character. Although it is categorized as a branch of commercial law, maritime law includes many separate and distinctive features. The ownership of seagoing vessels, ship registry, mutual liabilities of carriers and shippers, ship liens and mortgages, the limitation of ship-owners' liability and carriers' liability in respect of environmental damage are the main issues covered in this course.The explanations will be made under the Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 that has been entered into force as of 1/7/2012
LAW 411 01
Faculty Member, PhD Banu Bozkurt 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
Criminal procedure law is concerned with the enforcement of substantive criminal law. In this course, general and constitutional principles governing criminal procedure law, the role of human rights in criminal procedure systems, the structure of Turkish criminal courts and the main actors participating in criminal procedure law will be analyzed.
LAW 441 01
Assoc. Prof. Ali Hakan Evik 
Monday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
In this course, starting with the legal principles governing the identification and collection of evidence, we will analyze the apprehension and indictment of criminals, interim measures, the procedure governing criminal trials and other proceedings and special regulations concerning organized crime. Upon successful completion of Criminal Procedure Law I and II, students will have gained a thorough perspective on how a criminal trial is and should be conducted.
LAW 442 01
Assoc. Prof. Ali Hakan Evik 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
Enforcement law deals with the enforcement by the state of court orders, as well as with the forcing of payments of debts. Enforcement is divided into two categories: partial enforcement and bankruptcy. Partial enforcement occurs when there are several creditors of an unpaid debt, which has to be collected by the force of the state. In this case, a certain amount of the assets of the debtor is attached in order to satisfy the claims of the creditors. Bankruptcy will not be dealt with in this course.
LAW 481 01
Faculty Member, PhD Taner Emre Yardımcı 
Monday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
Law is a field of interest which regulates the human relations that may appear in different forms. In the light of this fact, the aim of this course is to scrutinize the conceptual and institutional framework of law. In this context, it is surely significant to obtain knowledge about the technical means and methods of law and skills regarding their effective use. But, it is also important to take into account the position of law in a wider context and with a special comparative emphasis on methods which are used by the social sciences and the natural sciences. The major topics in this course for students who are at the initial stage of their legal education are analysis of the larger framework of law and its effect on social life in general and in the relations of daily life.
LAW/E 171 01
Faculty Member, PhD Gökçe Çataloluk 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
The basic question of Philosophy of Law is ontological: “What is law?”. In this course, methods of acquiring knowledge on law and the relationship of law with other universes of thought and praxis are evaluated. Problems of existence (the formation and adoption of normative order) and language (indeterminacy–determinacy of law): the elements of law as a system (norms and principles) and its relations (the relationships of normative systems with each other) and, finally, the problem of value (natural law within the context of justice and freedom) are concentrated on and discussed. These discussions are evaluated in their contexts in the history of thought, with chronological leaps and special focus on contemporary thought.
LAW/E 283 01
Faculty Member, PhD Gökçe Çataloluk 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00 
Wednesday 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to explore substantive International Human Rights Law as well as international human rights monitoring mechanisms. In this regard, the main focus of the course will be the European Convention on Human Rights, as well as the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights. Discussion of the current national and international human rights issues will also be part of the course.
LAW/E 461 01
Prof. Nergis Canefe Wolanczyk 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The private international law course covers the legal relations and facts related to more than one legal system. As private international law has a wide scope of application, this course focused particularly on the conflict of law rules which govern applicable law for a conflict having foreign element. Thus, the scope of this course is limited by the conflict of law rules. The purpose of this course is to provide to students a detailled knowledge of the general perpective of private international law and the conflict of law rules in the scope of Turkish Private International and Procedural Law and the international conventions ratified by Turkey. Particular attention is given to Turkish courts judgements and doctrine.
LAW/E 471 01
Faculty Member, PhD Candan Yasan Tepetaş 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
This is the first of the two summer practicums of the Management Information Systems Program. The practicum is an obligation that will be completed during the summer following the second 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 practical experience in the field of Management Information Systems. At the end of the summer practice, students should prepare and submit a report about their experiences to the Program Coordinator.
MIS 300 01
Faculty Member, PhD Eylem İlker Oyman 
Saturday 10:00 
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Course Description
This is the second of the two summer practicums of the Management Information Systems Program. The practicum is an obligation that will be completed during the summer following the third year of the Management Information Systems 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 Management Information Systems. At the end of the summer practice, students should prepare and submit a report about their experiences to the Program Coordinator.
MIS 400 01
Faculty Member, PhD Eylem İlker Oyman 
Saturday 11:00 
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Course Description
This course is designed to prepare students for the technically sophisticated international trade practices. The fundamentals of international trade in macro setting will be introduced along with topics like globalization, growth of world trade, free trade vs. trade barriers, and trade policies for industrial and developing countries. Major institutions and the principal players of international trade will be discussed with special reference to their roles in the world economy. This course aims not only to introduce the students to the basic concepts and tools in international trade necessary in current applications but also to provide the background essential for their following international trade and business courses.
INT 202 01
Assoc. Prof. Yelda Yücel 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
The competitive global business environment of the twenty-first century mandates that managers develop skills necessary to design and implement global strategies, to conduct effective cross-national interactions and to manage daily operations in foreign subsidiaries. This means that the success of overseas operations of a multinational firm depends on the international manager's cultural skills and sensitivity, and the ability to carry out the company's strategies within the framework of the host country's business practices. The aim of the course is to enable students to develop the skills needed for effective management of people and processes in a global context in the twenty-first century. Some of the topics that will be covered during the course are: Leadership, human resource management, corporate culture in multinational companies.
INT 326 01
Lecturer Firdevs Seğmen Oktay 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Wednesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Brand management is the application of marketing techniques to a specific product, product line, or brand. It seeks to increase the product's perceived value to the customer and thereby increase brand franchise and brand equity. Marketers see a brand as an implied promise that the level of quality people have come to expect from a brand will continue with present and future purchases of the same product. This may increase sales by making a comparison with competing products more favorable. It may also enable the manufacturer to charge more for the product. The value of the brand is determined by the amount of profit it generates for the manufacturer. This results from a combination of increased sales and increased price. Today, the entire marketing issue is based on managing brands successfully. This course will concentrate on issues such as different branding strategies, brand rationalization, brand identity system, brand personality, identity implementation, brand strategies over time, managing brand systems, leveraging the brands, measuring brand equity and organizing for brand building. The lectures will be supported by intensive case analysis.
INT 334 01
Faculty Member, PhD Gökhan Cintamür 
Tuesday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Thursday 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
This course addresses the role of sociology in understanding sport as a field. Practically every society ever studied has engaged some form of sport or game playing. Sports function simultaneously as socializing institutions, cultural products, economic profit sources as well as sites for reproduction of inequalities. This course provides an introduction to sociological perspectives in the study of sport. We will examine sport as a social institution and understand the reproduction process of social inequalities in sports.
ESPR 322 01
Faculty Member, PhD İlknur Hacısoftaoğlu 
Tuesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Wednesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
The aim of the project is to provide students with an opportunity to study an area of special interest in greater depth than the general curriculum will allow and to give students the experience of coordinating independent investigation and research. Furthermore, students will be encouraged to exercise and consequently develop their analytical and critical skills by integrating and applying knowledge, concepts and experience to specific contexts.
BUS 602 01
Faculty Member, PhD Metehan Sekban 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Course Description
In this project course, which is required for the successful completion of the graduate program without thesis, students carry out a study more thoroughly and conduct research. As students analyze a subject critically, they find the opportunity to apply some of the knowledge that they have gained in other courses.
IR 603 01
Faculty Member, PhD Şadan İnan Rüma 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Course Description
The aim of the project is to provide students with an opportunity to study an area of special interest in greater depth than the general curriculum will allow and to give students the experience of coordinating independent investigation and research. Furthermore, students will be encouraged to exercise and consequently develop their analytical and critical skills by integrating and applying knowledge, concepts and experience to specific contexts.
EMBA 600 01
Faculty Member, PhD Metehan Sekban 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Course Description
The aim of the project is to provide students with an opportunity to study an area of special interest in greater depth than the general curriculum will allow and to give students the experience of coordinating independent investigation and research. Furthermore, students will be encouraged to exercise and consequently develop their analytical and critical skills by integrating and applying knowledge, concepts and experience to specific contexts.
EMBAT 600 01
Faculty Member, PhD Metehan Sekban 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Course Description
The project, which is required for successful completion of the graduate program 'Without thesis', is expected to demonstrate that the candidate can apply the knowledge that he/she has gained in the courses to a specific project. The student is expected to present an empirical approach rather than a theoretical one and to work with the case method if possible.
FEC 601 01
Assoc. Prof. Serda Selin Öztürk 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Course Description
The aim of this course is to examine the manager responsibilities from positive psychology perspective. The course offers positive management techniques for Managers and employees. Students are expected to recognize the key functions of Positive Organizational Psychology. On successful completion of the course, the students should be able to understand and grasp the different and competing approaches in Positive Organizational Psychology.
OPSY 524 01
Lecturer Gülşah Vural Özkan 
Tuesday 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00 
Thursday 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00 
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Course Description
The aim of the project is to provide students with an opportunity to study an area of special interest in greater depth than the general curriculum will allow and to give students the experience of coordinating independent investigation and research.
MC 601 01
Faculty Member, PhD Barış Ursavaş 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to provide students with a theoretical discussion about the notion of consumerism. Drawing upon sociology and consumer culture theory, the course will trace the genesis and evolution of consumer society, and familiarize students with the works of key theorists in this field. By elaborating on the impact of consumerism from individual, societal, and environmental point of views, the course will enable students to not only formulate rich thesis questions, but also critique their own place in the consumer society of our day.
MCOM 518 01
Faculty Member, PhD Barış Ursavaş 
Monday 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00 
Wednesday 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00 
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The project, which is required for successful completion of the graduate program 'Without thesis', is expected to demonstrate that the candidate can apply the knowledge that he/she has gained in the courses to a specific project. The student is expected to present an empirical approach rather than a theoretical one and to work with the case method if possible.
IPE 601 01
Faculty Member, PhD Şadan İnan Rüma 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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PUB 601 01
Faculty Member, PhD Vehbi Görgülü 
Saturday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
The aim of the project is to provide students with an opportunity to study an area of special interest in greater depth than the general curriculum will allow and to give students the experience of coordinating independent investigation and research. Furthermore, students will be encouraged to exercise and consequently develop their analytical and critical skills by integrating and applying knowledge, concepts and experience to specific contexts.
MAR 600 01
Faculty Member, PhD Mehmet Baskın Yenicioğlu 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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HTR 111, which is necessary to graduate from the university for all students, aims teaching some terms like social science, history, revolution, counter-revolution, coups d’etat, state, political power, authority, law, rights etc. The module also aims to accelerate students’ knowledge about the political, social and economic structure of Ottoman society, which is important to understand the conditions of Turkish Revolution. In addition, it is aimed to improve students’ views about the history critically and to know different perspectives about the historical events.
HTR 111 01
Prof. L. Hilal Akgül 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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HTR 112, which is necessary to graduate from the university for all students, aims to accelerate students’ knowledge about the conditions of Turkish national war and Turkish revolution and foundation of Modern Turkish Republic. In addition, it is aimed to improve students’ views about the history critically and to know different perspectives about the historical events.
HTR 112 01
Prof. L. Hilal Akgül 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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This course allows the students to carry out independent research and to study a management information system (MIS) topic of their interest in depth. The students will be encouraged to develop their analytical and critical thinking skills by integrating and applying knowledge, concepts and experience to specific MIS contexts.
EMIS 599 01
Assoc. Prof. Yeliz Ekinci 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Limit and continuity. Derivatives. Using derivatives to find extrema. Sketching graphs, taking limits with derivatives. Single variable integration. Integration techniques and applications of integration. Geometry in R^3. Vector-valued functions.
MATH 169 01
Prof. Esra Şengelen Sevim 
Wednesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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Partial derivatives, finding extrema of multivariable functions. Double and triple integrals in Cartesian, polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Change of variables. Green's and Stokes's Theorems. Sequences, series, power series, Taylor series.
MATH 170 01
Prof. Esra Şengelen Sevim 
Monday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Friday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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Riemann integration. Substitution rule and integration by parts. Area between curves and volume.Trigonometric integrals.Integral of rational functions. Improper integrals Ordinary differential equations.
MATH 176 01
Lecturer Doğan Bilge 
Monday 14:00  | 15:00 
Tuesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Wednesday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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This course aims to introduce the basic concepts of linear algebra. After going over matrix operations, echelon forms, Cramer's Rule and solutions of linear systems using these, methods to find determinants and inverse matrices are summarized. Then vector spaces, linear maps and their matrix representations are introduced. The final parts are dedicated to inner product spaces, (generalized) eigenspaces and theorems on the diagonalization problem.
MATH 217 01
Lecturer Ahmet Nedim Narman 
Monday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
MATH 217 01/0101
Lecturer Ahmet Nedim Narman 
Monday 17:00 
Tuesday 17:00 
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This is a course designed to introduce basic concepts in probability and statistics required in the modeling of uncertainty. Topics regarding probability include Bayes’ Theorem, discrete and continuous random variables and distribution functions (Bernoulli, Binomial, Hypergeometric, Poisson, normal, exponential, gamma, Weibull and multinomial distributions) whereas topics regarding statistics include Bayesian statistics, independent events; descriptive statistics of random variables, central limit theorem; joint distributions; sampling distributions; statistical estimation, confidence intervals; student-t, Chi-squared and F distributions; hypothesis testing; regression and correlation.
MATH 240 01
Lecturer Umud Devrim Yalçın 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
MATH 240 01/0101
Lecturer Umud Devrim Yalçın 
Monday 12:00 
Tuesday 12:00 
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Ordinary differential equations, solution techniques for first order equations, second order linear equations with constant coefficients, electrical and mechanical vibrations, matrices and determinants, vector spaces, basis and dimension, higher order linear equations, first order equation systems.
MATH 259 01
Lecturer Doğan Bilge 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00 
Tuesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Wednesday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
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Solutions of ordinary differential equations and systems of linear differential equation. Power series olutions, Laplace transform and Euler's equation.
MATH 292 01
Lecturer Umud Devrim Yalçın 
Monday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
MATH 292 01/0101
Lecturer Umud Devrim Yalçın 
Monday 17:00 
Tuesday 17:00 
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Description of Numerical Methods and application of them particularly inengineering. Error analyses in numerical methods, analitical solutions,numerical methods for the solution of systems (lineer and non linear), approximation methods, interpolation, linear regression, numerical integration.
MATH 304 01
Lecturer Ahmet Nedim Narman 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00 
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Course Description
The project allows students the opportunity to carry out independent research and to study a topic of their interest in depth. The students will be encouraged to develop their critical thinking skills by integrating theory with evidence from professional experience.
EIKY 600 01
Assoc. Prof. Başak Uçanok Tan 
Saturday 19:00  | 20:00 
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Students perform their clinical practices within the scope of vocational training in the enterprise, on Oral and Dental Health in dental clinics of public or private persons, oral and dental health centers for a total of 13 weeks in the 4th semester, 2 days a week.
ADS 255 01
Faculty Member, PhD Şebnem Sarıoğlu Kurt 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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It is aimed that students should apply the knowledge and skills they have gained through theoretical and practice courses with the course of this clinical practice in the field. (operating room / central sterilization unit) And also, it is expected that students improve their knowledge and skills with the applications in the operating room by blending them.
ALH 255 01
Faculty Member, PhD Esengül Elibol 
Monday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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Course Description
This course covers the practical training of the knowledge and skills gained at school within the scope of vocational training in the operating room unit.
ANS 255 01
Lecturer Tuğçe Bozkurt 
Monday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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Students perform their laboratory practices within the scope of vocational training in the enterprise, on Dental Prosthetics Technology in public or private dental prosthesis laboratories for a total of 13 weeks in the 4th semester, 2 days a week.
DPT 255 01
Faculty Member, PhD Şebnem Sarıoğlu Kurt 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
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Students who know and apply modern techniques besides traditional methods; sensitive to human and society, respectful to himself and his environment, gained proficiency in his profession; aiming to improve itself continuously; adopting scientific thinking; It is aimed to perform dialysis treatment quickly and accurately in dialysis units. Students; In the 4th semester, a total of 13 weeks and 26 days, 2 days a week, they do their clinical application in dialysis units of public and private health institutions.
DYL 255 01
Lecturer Deniz Kaya Tomrukçu 
Wednesday 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00 
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Course Description
This course covers the practical training of the knowledge and skills gained at school within the scope of vocational training in the business, in emergency services and ambulances.
IAY 255 01
Lecturer Esra Özer 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
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Wthin the scope of vocational education in business, this course covers practical training in an optician institution 26 times a week, 2 days a week, in the 4th semester of their education.
OPT 255 01
Faculty Member, PhD Eren Tosyalı 
Thursday 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
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In the imaging units of the imaging centers, hospitals and health centers, they go to the clinical application 3 working days a week. It is a course that aims to gain competence on the knowledge and skills they gain at school.
TGT 255 01
Lecturer Yağmur İdil Ulusoy 
Friday 20:00  | 21:00 
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This course covers the practical training of the knowledge and skills gained at school within the scope of vocational education in the audiometry unit.
ODY 255 01
Lecturer Fikri Onur Öztırpan 
Thursday 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
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This course contains; the historical process of civil aviation, civil aviation activities at the airport, basic knowledge of the international civil aviation organization with international civil aviation agreements, aviation alphabet and terminology, the process involves the fundamentals of civil aviation in our country and the world.
HYO 101 01
Faculty Member, PhD Devrim Gün 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
It is aimed to examine the functioning of the organizations and the processes used by the managers in this process and to provide the infrastructure for management and operational structure of the airline companies in the sectoral courses to be carried out in the future.
HYO 205 01
Faculty Member, PhD Abdullah Türk 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
A general introduction to marketing and service marketing will be examined and the issues of marketing environment, marketing and competition strategies, product analysis, pricing and revenue management, sales, advertising and promotion policies, relationship marketing and customer value will be examined from the air transportation sector perspective.
HYO 304 01
Faculty Member, PhD Devrim Gün 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
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Students go to internship in relevant units for 13 weeks 2 working days per week in 3rd or 4th semester.
STJ 220 01
Lecturer Nihan Gemici Elbir 
Sunday 14:00  | 15:00 
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Course Description
The internship is held during the second spring semester. The programs expire 26 days in total 2 days a week, 3 days a week depending on their lab work
STJ 230 01
Lecturer Fulya Aytaç Türkan 
Sunday 16:00  | 17:00 
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Preschool education institutions, rehabilitation centers or institutions and organizations suitable for field application are visited for 3 working days for field practice. It is a course that aims to gain competence on the knowledge and skills they have gained during their study in the program.
CGE 255 01
Lecturer Çiğdem Ülker 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00 
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This course, within the scope of "vocational training in business", covers the practical training of the knowledge and skills gained at school in Electroneurophysiology laboratories.
ENF 255 01
Lecturer Tugay Keçeci 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
It is aimed that students should be able to make the necessary emergency interventions for traumatized patients, the concept of forensic dimension of trauma and what to do for trauma prevention.After the lecturer explains the sample cases in each lesson, he shows the applications and makes them apply. All students participate in the lesson by using question-answer and discussion techniques.
IAY 230 01
Lecturer Özge İpek Çelen 
Monday 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00 
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Students do their clinical application 2 working days in each week during the course of the semester in Pathology Laboratories or Medical Laboratories . The aim of the clinical application is to gain competence on the knowledge and skills gained at school.
PLT 255 01
Lecturer Selim Demirtaş 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00 
Saturday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
Sunday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00  | 19:00  | 20:00  | 21:00  | 22:00  | 23:00 
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Students go to internship in relevant units for 14 weeks 4 working days per week in 3rd or 4th semester.
STJ 212 01
Lecturer Fikri Onur Öztırpan 
Sunday 12:00  | 13:00 
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It gains competence and develops its skills by experiencing the knowledge and skills acquired during 3 semesters in a clinical setting, accompanied by a supervisor, on individuals / patients.
FZY 255 01
Lecturer Emine Dilek Kurbaloğlu 
Wednesday 16:00  | 17:00  | 18:00 
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Course Description
Music is nonverbal communication in the form of sound. Expressing music is the craft of musical communication, the art of delivery. This course covers different cognitive/communication techniques designed to enhance the delivery.
MUS 466 01
Prof. Tolga Tüzün 
Tuesday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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This course investigates how individual and social identities are constructed and this is reflected by way of language which is a unique feature of human beings. The focus will be on how language is used to express personal and group identities, the interaction between language, ethnicity, and identity; language, gender, and identity; conversation analysis and identity. The course provides the students with multidisciplinary perspective as language is investigated within interfaces of sociology, psychology, anthropology.
ELL 317 01
Faculty Member, PhD Aslı Gürer 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00 
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This course aims to help students understand the world through abstraction and conceptualization of their surroundings: shapes, forms, figures, colors, textures, materials, scales, space(s) and the like, and to use this understanding to produce organizations: designs as compilations, compositions, arrangements and re-arrangements. A series of assignments are intended to develop the skills of students in simultaneous efforts of analysis (reading/decoding) and development (writing/encoding) of relationships. While requirements and restrictions help them concentrate on specific aspects of design thinking, hands-and-minds-on experimentation within the 2-D or 3-D design space expand the possibilities. The product and the process are equally valued in the design studio. The process is a semi-individual one which is supported via critical discussions during the studio sessions. The students develop skills in the communication and evaluation of design ideas while taking the first steps in critical design thinking. The process as well as the product is achieved via logging, sketching, taking notes and photographing.
ARCH 111 01
Lecturer Sedat Tolga Kalcioğlu 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Basic Design II is the second semester design studio during which students advance the concepts they become familiar with in Basic Design I. The discoveries related to compositions, compilations, arrangements and re-arrangements from the first semester studio are explored with greater concentration on the two basic components of the design process: human and spatial. Weekly and monthly assignments motivate students to explore space(s) as analytically organized sequences, hubs, clusters and containers, while the human component is examined as the perceiver, the contained, the acquiescent and/or the objector of that very space. Students investigate the concepts of form, light and material as space makers. Three-dimensional physical model-making helps students understand the role of surfaces, solids and voids in making spaces. The material properties of the medium used in model making expand the ideas related to connections and detailing in construction. The computational technologies become an inherent part of the studio, supporting if not driving the studies.
ARCH 112 01
Lecturer Sedat Tolga Kalcioğlu 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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The first year summer practice is composed of three stages: The first step comprises training to introduce CAD technologies in order for the students to acquire skills in recent design and manufacturing software/hardware technology. In the second stage, students should attend a workshop/summer school or work for a civil society organization of their choice for at least 10 days. At the end of both stages, students should submit certificates of completion acquired from the corresponding institutions. In the third stage, students should attend an architectural excursion or work in an archaeological excavation of their choice for at least 5 days.
ARCH 190 01
Assoc. Prof. Deniz Çalış Kural 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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The aim of this course is to teach the student by means of a project of his/her own design that will be produced in the class, the skills to evaluate concepts of space, to think systematically, to express his/her ideas and to evaluate problems from different points of view.
ARCH 201 01
Assoc. Prof. Kezban Ayça Alangoya 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
Architectural projects of low to mid-level complexity are studied in this course. In addition to the concepts of body and space, which are dealt with during first semester, the issues of context, physical environment and tectonics are discussed.
ARCH 202 01
Lecturer Ceyhun Ömür 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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The second-year summer practice includes the construction internship. The students will be working at construction sites of their choice for at least 20 workdays to follow up the design-to-construction procedures in order to acquire experience in construction procedures and recent construction management applications.
ARCH 290 01
Assoc. Prof. Kezban Ayça Alangoya 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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In this course architectural design is studied as an urban intervention. Students develop a project for a public building in a central complex urban setting through a study of the project brief, particular built environment, urban conditions, as well as relevant precedents.
ARCH 301 01
Lecturer Neslihan Şık 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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In the third year studio, architectural design is studied as an urban intervention. While the first semester focuses on a public building project set in a complex central urban context, the second-semester studio tackles with the larger urban fabric. Students carry out extensive analyses in order to develop an understanding of the physical conditions of the site and the urban forces that operate on it. Students then form individual positions based on their observations and the collective analyses of both the site and the various types of urban conditions. The final outcomes of the studio are the collective analyses and individual proposals for an ‘urban fabric’. The students develop a mixed-use program including public facilities. They are expected to enhance “public facilities” component of the given mixed-use architectural program in order to achieve liveliness, urbanity, and conveniently accommodate the spectrum of daily urban activities both in and around their project site.
ARCH 302 01
Lecturer Bülent Çetin 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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The third year summer practice is composed of three stages. The first step comprises trainings to introduce technologies (Maya and Vray) in order for the students to acquire skills in recent design software/hardware technology. In the second step, students will be working in an architectural office to experience design development processes, client relations, official works, etc for at least 20 days. Finally, in the third stage students will attend an architectural excursion or work in an archaeological excavation of their own choice for at least 5 days.
ARCH 390 01
Faculty Member, PhD Emrah Altınok 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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Course Description
The particular objective of the ARCH 401 studio is to understand, evaluate and intervene with a 'valuable' object of architecture in regard to its attributes and its position within the historical and urban context. The studio evolves around the selected entity that constitutes an important element of urban memory and possesses potentials for enabling debates on concepts and acts of: public/private, performance/function, restoration/rehabilitation, conservation/restitution. Students are guided to hold detailed analysis on building, close surrounding and urban context levels, in order to recognize and interpret the building in terms its features and values as well as problems associated with it. These analysis will be the basis for design process, where the students are expected to develop a multi-level adaptive reuse scenario followed with a coherent approach presenting architectural intervention decisions and methods.
ARCH 401 01
Assoc. Prof. Fulya Akipek 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
On their final semester within their graduate education, this studio aims to make students utilize various information and skills for organizing complex architectural functions in coherence. In doing so, students are asked to develop their proposals based on site analysis, case-studies and studio work, as well as various design exercises addressing the design for specific architectural components such as structural system. materials and light utilization in parallel with the spatial qualities and the functions. Generally instructors propose a variety of design problems composed of a variety of locations, context and scale, resulting with a rich design environment of discussions and approaches to be nourished.
ARCH 402 01
Prof. Tuğrul Yazar 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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ARCH 411 Principles of Conservation and Restoration aims to enable the students to comprehend the basics of theoretical framework of field of conservation and restoration, to get acquainted with documentation and application methods and to structure their own balanced approach to conservation and design. The studio is composed of lecture and practice sections and proceeds in coherency with ARCH 401 Aechitectural Design Studio. The lectures of the studio are based on following themes: i. discussions on the basic concepts of architectural and urban conservation, ii. analysis of the cultural heritage based on various topics such as socio-economics, cultural values, function, utility, modifications and deterioration, iii. evaluation of architectural features iv. development process of architectural restoration design v. urban conservation vi. adaptive design - designing 'new' in the traditional fabric In parallel, practice sessions are organized around the production of various design materials including video technique with content on basic surveys, readings, urban analysis and a design problem. The process and products will be utilized in ARCH 401 Architectural Design Studio as design input for adaptive reuse project.
ARCH 411 01
Faculty Member, PhD Kutay Karabağ 
Wednesday 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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This course aims to help students understand the world through abstraction and conceptualization of their surroundings: shapes, forms, figures, colors, textures, materials, scales, space(s) and the like, and to use this understanding to produce organizations: designs as compilations, compositions, arrangements and re-arrangements. A series of assignments are intended to develop the skills of students in simultaneous efforts of analysis (reading/decoding) and development (writing/encoding) of relationships. While requirements and restrictions help them concentrate on specific aspects of design thinking, hands-and-minds-on experimentation within the 2-D or 3-D design space expand the possibilities. The product and the process are equally valued in the design studio. The process is a semi-individual one which is supported via critical discussions during the studio sessions. The students develop skills in the communication and evaluation of design ideas while taking the first steps in critical design thinking. The process as well as the product is achieved via logging, sketching, taking notes and photographing.
IND 101 01
Lecturer Sedat Tolga Kalcioğlu 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Basic Design II is the second semester design studio during which students advance the concepts they become familiar with in Basic Design I. The discoveries related to compositions, compilations, arrangements and re-arrangements from the first semester studio are explored with greater concentration on the two basic components of the design process: human and spatial. Weekly and monthly assignments motivate students to explore space(s) as analytically organized sequences, hubs, clusters and containers, while the human component is examined as the perceiver, the contained, the acquiescent and/or the objector of that very space. Students investigate the concepts of form, light and material as space makers. Three-dimensional physical model-making helps students understand the role of surfaces, solids and voids in making spaces. The material properties of the medium used in model making expand the ideas related to connections and detailing in construction. The computational technologies become an inherent part of the studio, supporting if not driving the studies.
IND 102 01
Lecturer Sedat Tolga Kalcioğlu 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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The first year summer practice is composed of two stages. As the first step, students will learn required software to produce 2D images. In the second step, the student is expected to actively work for at least 10 days at a workshop, summer school, studio or a civil society organization.
IND 190 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ayça Şentop Dümen 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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The second year summer practice is composed of two stages. As the first step, student swill learn required software programs. In the second step, students will be working at construction sites of their choice for one month to follow up the design-to-construction procedures in order to get experience in construction procedures and recent construction management applications.
IND 290 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ayça Şentop Dümen 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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IND 303 01
Lecturer Nursev Irmak Demirbaş 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
IND 303 02
Lecturer Deniz Çiler Erkan 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Friday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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The third year summer practice is composed of two stages. As the first step, a two-week training will be organized by the faculty for two weeks in order for the students to get skills in collaborative design technology. In the second step, students will be working in a design office to experience design development processes, client relations, official works, etc.
IND 390 01
Faculty Member, PhD Ayça Şentop Dümen 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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Analysis, design, integration and preparation of drawings construction details of internal building elements and components: internal partition systems, floor systems, vertical circulation systems, wet area systems and furniture systems. Designing internal building element systems considering performance requirements related to constructional design and resources, Integration of building element systems with each other and with other sub systems (structural, mechanical, electrical etc) with a holistic perspective. Application-studio work: Analysis, design and integration of each building element and its components according to the given criteria and constraints.
IND 462 01
Lecturer Deniz Çiler Erkan 
Wednesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Course Description
This course aims to help students understand the world through abstraction and conceptualization of their surroundings: shapes, forms, figures, colors, textures, materials, scales, space(s) and the like, and to use this understanding to produce organizations: designs as compilations, compositions, arrangements and re-arrangements. A series of assignments are intended to develop the skills of students in simultaneous efforts of analysis (reading/decoding) and development (writing/encoding) of relationships. While requirements and restrictions help them concentrate on specific aspects of design thinking, hands-and-minds-on experimentation within the 2-D or 3-D design space expand the possibilities. The product and the process are equally valued in the design studio. The process is a semi-individual one which is supported via critical discussions during the studio sessions. The students develop skills in the communication and evaluation of design ideas while taking the first steps in critical design thinking. The process as well as the product is achieved via logging, sketching, taking notes and photographing.
ID 101 01
Lecturer Sedat Tolga Kalcioğlu 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
ECTS Credits : | Select offer semester : | Language :
Special Condition :
Course Description
Basic Design II is the second semester design studio during which students advance the concepts they become familiar with in Basic Design I. The discoveries related to compositions, compilations, arrangements and re-arrangements from the first semester studio are explored with greater concentration on the two basic components of the design process: human and spatial. Weekly and monthly assignments motivate students to explore space(s) as analytically organized sequences, hubs, clusters and containers, while the human component is examined as the perceiver, the contained, the acquiescent and/or the objector of that very space. Students investigate the concepts of form, light and material as space makers. Three-dimensional physical model-making helps students understand the role of surfaces, solids and voids in making spaces. The material properties of the medium used in model making expand the ideas related to connections and detailing in construction. The computational technologies become an inherent part of the studio, supporting if not driving the studies.
ID 102 01
Lecturer Sedat Tolga Kalcioğlu 
Tuesday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Practice in Design Technologies consists of practice activities that aims students' professional development with regards to state-of-art technologies, design practices and social responsibilities. The student will actively working in a design or production related workshop, summer school, craft workshop, NGO activities, national / international scientific congress organization of his/her choice for at least 10 days.
ID 190 01
Faculty Member, PhD Selin Gürdere Akdur 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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In order to acquire experience in production/actualization process of an industrial product and the existing material potentials for manufacturing a product, students will be working at manufacturing facility of their choice for at least 20 workdays to observe the design-to-production processes.
ID 290 01
Faculty Member, PhD Simge Göksoy 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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Vertical Studios emerge from the critical shifts in the conventional studio structure in Industrial Product Design departments. First of all, such a studio aimes to break the common, year-based studio formation by experimenting with a vertical organization. Second, third and fourth year students participate in the studio, where the goal is to construct a studio system based on concepts and issues instead of years and requirements. Students experience a wide range of issues from fundamentals of product design to mass production, human-machine interaction, craftsmanship, new production techniques, electronic and mechanical products. Each section has a different field of interest such as medical design, transportation design, furniture, communication & interaction products, sanitary products, and alike. Students will work in individual and collaborative assignments to understand and reflect on the subjects and develop projects with/for local producers, industry brands, NGO’s and several institutions.
ID 303 01
Lecturer Muhammet Münir Keleşoğlu 
Monday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
Thursday 09:00  | 10:00  | 11:00  | 12:00  | 13:00  | 14:00  | 15:00  | 16:00 
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Students will be working in an design office to experience design development processes, client relations, official works, etc.
ID 390 01
Prof. Özlem Er 
Sunday 10:00  | 11:00 
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