Tentative Course List for 2021 - 2022 Spring Semester

COURSE CODECOURSE NAMEFACULTY MEMBERPROGRAM COURSE DESCRIPTION
ACCT513MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTINGASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HASAN ÖZYAPICIBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONUse of financial information for managerial decision making.   That is, use of financial information for decision making, planning, directing, and controlling an organization's operations, and assessing its competitive position.  
ARCH500THESIS  ARCHITECTURESupervised research conducted individually by the student and constituting a final thesis.  
ARCH501INTERDISCIPLINARY WORKSHOP - I  ARCHITECTUREInterdisciplinary Workshop is a compulsory course offered to all   graduate students of Faculty of Architecture at an interdisciplinary level.     Since architecture stands at the intersection point of different study areas, the interdisciplinary character of the professional studies have to be employed.   Thus, the aim of this compulsory course is to guide the students to carry out certain researches around their different interest areas while the theme remaining constant within one semester.  
ARCH505ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS  ARCHITECTUREThis is an introductory course at the level of graduate studies, for the purpose of developing an understanding of fundamentals of research & research process as well as ethics of research.   It provides an introduction to methods of research for post graduate students in the Department of Architecture.   The course is interactive and covers a range of knowledge and skills areas.  
ARCH512SPATIAL EXPLORATIONSPROF.   DR.   RESMİYE ALPAR ATUNARCHITECTUREIn this course, theoretical and methodological approaches in understanding spaces ranging from a building, an urban neighborhood, up to the city scale will be presented.   The course will be consisted of three successive parts.   The first part, will introduce the theoretical background for the methodologies that will be presented during the second part of the course.   The methodologies to be presented will include not only the techniques that are based on users' perceptions and behaviors, such as observations, questionnaires, visual recordings, cognitive mapping , but also the techniques that focuses on geometric and topologic properties of spaces such as space syntax methodology.   On the last part of the course, students will have hands on experience on application of the methodologies introduced during the course in the selected cases from different scales of development.   As a result of this course students are expected to use these methodologies for their graduate research
ARCH517IMPACTS OF THE CULTURAL FACTORS ON TRADITIONAL HOUSESPROF.   DR.   HIFSİYE PULHANARCHITECTUREAs an exploration of cultural geography, this course shows how physical structures reflect a complex interaction between the physical environment and the evolving culture of social groups in many parts of the world.   Broadly, course focuses on culture, as the system of rules and habits, reflection of ideals and creation of a lifestyle that is guiding behavior, roles, manners, and the built form as well.   It dismantles culture and study components and their various interrelationships with the built forms from different parts of the world and their contemporary reflections/interpretations in architecture.    
ARCH520PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY OF VERNACULAR ARCHITECTUREPROF.   DR.   ÖZGÜR DİNÇYÜREKARCHITECTUREVernacular architecture represents the bulk of the built environment.   It has good reasons to be recalled as “the architecture of the people".   Vernacular is the architecture of the common, ordinary people not upper class or avant-garde, and covers different scales such as particular geographical region, settlement, and built form itself with repeated patterns or ideal types with variations.   The main aim of this course is to provide an introduction to the philosophical theories relevant to the vernacular and also to provide accumulative knowledge needed in the study of the vernacular architecture in general.   On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed their knowledge about the philosophy of the vernacular architecture and research techniques in the study of vernacular architecture.  
ARCH523THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE  ARCHITECTUREThis course is an introduction to the theory of architecture as a discipline and to its development over history, from the Ancient to the contemporary period.   It presents the ideas, philosophies and processes that have been developed over the course of history to understand architecture and a procedure for generating it.   It considers architectural writings, as well as the relationship of these texts to cultural and intellectual history and to the production of architectural form.  
ARCH524THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ARCHITECTURE - II  ARCHITECTUREARCH524 is theoretical course aimed to explore and examine varieties of architectural theory aspects reflecting to different theoretical mainstreams in different cultures and periods.   So, the course will examine examples of architecture theories and practices from a wide variety of times and places through the prism of creative thinking, by rethinking architecture, possibilities and opportunities of architectural theory application of different typologies.   This course is following recent developments by emphasizing the important ongoing processes.   Accordingly, the course explores topics such as creative research and thinking, architectural expression, aesthetics, power, Identity, poetics, and ethical dimension of architecture, debating between different standings and attitudes (corresponding with history and theories in architecture domain), that includes complex understanding of architecture aspects as open laboratory for theoretical improvement.   To achieve the aim, course will help students to understand various aspects of architectural theories; Integration of built form with meaning and expression; How building affect and control human character and emotions; Application of theory in architectural designs; The importance of critical thinking in development of architecture etc.  
ARCH534THEORY OF TECTONICSPROF.   DR.   YONCA HÜROLARCHITECTUREThe aim of the course is to cover the theory of tectonics in architecture.   The problem of technology will be described through evolution of the concepts of techne, science (episteme), technique and technology; Martin Heidegger's approach to problem of technology and science (concepts of framing and standing reserve) and other descriptions of instrumental approach to technology.   The theories of tectonics will be covered through Alberti (linaments), Palladio (proportions), Karl Botticher (kernform, kunstform), Gottfried Semper (streotomics and tectonics), Eduard Sekler (atektonik), Kenneth Frampton (ontology of construction), Juhanni Pallasmaa (hapticity) and Gevork Hartoonian's (towards a secular tectonics) theories.   Metaphysical meanings of tectonics will be studied through Martin Heidegger's and Gaston Bachelard's philosophies.   This will be done with the help of Semper's drawing of the Carribean hut.   These concepts will also be applied to the tectonics of contemporary architecture by starting with Carlo Scarpa, Adolf Loos, Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Kahn.   The students will also be asked to choose a more recent example of architecture to discuss in the class.  
ARCH546BUILDING AND HUMAN HEALTHPROF.   DR.   SADİYE MÜJDEM VURALARCHITECTUREThe aim of this course is to discuss the contemporary principles and approaches for the re-functioning of historic buildings and design of new annexes through various case studies and to improve the qualifications of the students for dealing similar architectural design problems.  
ARCH556CONSERVATION AND DESIGN IN HISTORIC ENVIRONMENTPROF.   DR.   NACİYE DORATLIARCHITECTUREThe main aim of this module is to provide an introduction to the concept of conservation both on conceptual and implementation grounds (theory and practice).   The students will be provided knowledge of principles (generalized ideals, universal in the scope which are to be respected in work), standards (measurable targets, local / regional in scope) and recommended practices (desired actions, or activities, local in scope, to satisfy applied principles and standards.   Besides, approaches and principles related to design in historic environments will be dealt with.   On successful completion of this module, all students will have developed their skills in: approaching protection of historic buildings and areas, conservation planning and process, design in historic environments; as well as their knowledge about: protection of historic areas, international accepted principles of conservation, theoretical and conceptual framework of conservation, framework for implementation of conservation decisions, approaches in revitalization of historic areas.  
ARCH558POLICIES OF URBANIZATIONASST.   PROF.   DR.   PINAR ULUÇAYARCHITECTUREThe course explores the way in which economic, political and social forces work together to affect policy approaches in the different spatial settings of EU countries and how this is reflected on planning approaches.  
ARCH562INTRODUCTION TO URBAN SOCIOLOGYPROF.   DR.   NACİYE DORATLIARCHITECTUREToday almost more than one half of the world's population lives cities; and projections for the year 2025 show that more than two thirds of us will be urban dwellers.   As being candidates of one of the key actors who will be influencing the physical urban environment, the students should be provided with knowledge on urban sociology (on introductory basis) in order to be able to make relevant proposals for urban dwellers.   The main aim of this module is to provide the students with systematic knowledge on the process of urbanization, the impacts of living in cities, and problems of today's urban areas.  
ARCH577SOLAR ARCHITECTUREASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HARUN SEVİNÇARCHITECTUREA Brief History from Passive Utilization to Smart Solar Architecture.   Passive Use of Solar Energy.   Location and Macroclimate.   Indigenous Building Forms as Models.   Bionics – Nature as a Model.   Building Orientation and Insulation.   Solar Technology.   Solar Systems for Thermal Use.   Photovoltaic.   Cell Technology.   Solar Concepts for Building and Daylighting Design Principles.   Skylights.   Light Shafts and Atria.   Windows.   Light-Directing, Glare- and Sun-protection Systems.  
ARCH598SEMINAR  ARCHITECTUREThis seminar series will examine the various stages in the preparation   of a dissertation and introduce the theoretical and practical approaches available.  
ARCH600PH. D.   THESIS      ARCHITECTURESupervised research conducted individually by the student and constituting a final thesis.  
ARCH613  THE MEANING AND USE OF BUILT ENVIRONMENTPROF.   DR.   RAFOONEH MOKHTAR SHAHI SANIARCHITECTUREThis course explores the meaning that lie behind the appearances of buildings.   The main aim of this course is to present various conceptual/theoretical outlines that exemplify how built environment could be read and interpreted.   The principal benefit of this course is in revealing the underlying structures of meaning making in the built environment.  
ARCH651CULTURE AND CITIESPROF.   DR.   NACİYE DORATLIARCHITECTUREToday almost more than one half of the world's population lives cities; and projections for the year 2025 show that more than two thirds of us will be urban dwellers.   As being candidates of one of the key actors who will be influencing the physical urban environment, the students should be provided with knowledge on urban sociology (on introductory basis) in order to be able to make relevant proposals for urban dwellers.   The main aim of this module is to provide the students with systematic knowledge on the process of urbanization, the impacts of living in cities, and problems of today's urban areas.        
ARCH698  SEMINAR    ARCHITECTURE  
ARCH699PH. D.   QUALIFICATION    ARCHITECTURE  
BANK501ASSET AND LIABILITY MANAGEMENTPROF.   DR.   HATİCE JENKINSBANKING AND FINANCEComplete overview of asset and liability management (ALM); fundamental principles and applications to financial risk management; gap management; duration gap management.   It also concentrates on a solid, practical basis for currency and international funds risk, foreign exchange risk.    
BANK504APPLIED FINANCIAL STATISTICSASST.   PROF.   DR.   NİGAR TAŞPINARBANKING AND FINANCEThe course concentrates basically on the introduction to the basic econometrics that covers regression analyses, detection of problems and their solutions in regression models, hypothesis testing procedures, and introducing basic time series analysis that covers stationarity and cointegration.  
BANK598SEMINAR IN BANKING AND FINANCE  PROF.   DR.   CAHİT ADAOĞLUBANKING AND FINANCEGuides students in their research and assist them in writing their thesis.   During the course, participants will have the chance to examine authentic academic texts, and analyse such elements as structure, lexis, and style, especially in theses and dissertations to help them develop their academic writing skills.   In addition, during the weekly seminars student will also present their research findings and discuss those with other students and professors who are specialized in issues related to banking and finance.      
BESD500NUTRITION AND DIETETICS THESIS  NUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe course aims to enable students to gain advanced knowledge by doing scientific research in interested nutrition and dietetics topics.  
BESD502ADVANCED NUTRITION-IASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   CEREN GEZERNUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe course provides advanced level information about the fuction of micro nutrients and water in the body.     Metabolic disorders related to excess and deficienct intake of micro nutrients and water will be also defined.  
BESD503ADVANCED NUTRITION-IIASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   CEREN GEZERNUTRITION AND DIETETICSThis course is aimed at teaching chemical structures, sources, functions, deficiencies, toxicity, reference intake and interactions of micro nutrients as wells as nonnutrients.  
BESD504NUTRITIONAL ANTHROPOMETRYPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSCourse covers assesment of body fat, fat free mass tissue, heigh, weight, skinfold, nutritional status, biolectric impedans analyse and laboratuary sessions.   Objective of the course is to teach students correct nutritional antropometic assessment and evaluation methods.  
BESD505RESEARCH METHODS IN HEALTH SCIENCESPROF.   DR.   İRFAN EROLNUTRITION AND DIETETICSThis course teaches students how to research, present, discuss and form an overall review
BESD506NUTRITION AND CORONARY HEART DISEASESPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSEthiology of heart diseases, clinical symptoms, risk factors, complications and diet treatments in cardiovascular diseases included in that course.   Current dietary treaments methods in heart diseases will be dissused with new studies.  
BESD507NUTRITION AND DIABETES MELLITUSPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSDefinition of diabetes, classification, diagnosis techniques, patogenesis, complications, treatment methods, insulin and oral diabetic treatments,   importance of nutrition treatment in diabetes; carbohdytrate counting and diabetes nutrition education programs will be provided in that course.   The aim of the course is to teach the principles of medical nutrition therapy in diabetes.  
BESD508CLINICAL NUTRITON PROBLEMSPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe course involves studying the relationship between diseases and clinical nutrition problems.  
BESD509WEIGHT CONTROL AND EATING DISORDERASST.   PROF.   DR.   SEMA ERGENUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe course covers current medical nutrition therapy approaches in obesity and eating disorders such as anoreksia and bulimia nervosa  
BESD510NUTRITION AND CANCERASST.   PROF.   DR.   SEMA ERGENUTRITION AND DIETETICSThis course will emphasise the improtance of nutritional therapy in cancer treatment .  
BESD511NUTRITION AND HEALTH IN ELDERLYPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe objective of the course is to teach nutritional characteristics of elderly and to provide current knowledge about nutritional requirements and assesment of nutritional status of elderly
BESD512NUTRITION IN PREGNANCY AND LACTATIONASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   SERAY KABARANNUTRITION AND DIETETICSPhysiological, metabolic and endocrine changes during preganancy and lactation periods will be taught.   Nutritional and   medical nutrition treatment conditions such as gestational diabetes, maternal PKU, noral tup defect etc.   and medical nutrition treatment principles is aimed to acknowledge in that course.  
BESD513ENTERAL AND PARENTERAL NUTRITIONASSOC.   PROF.   DR. SEMA ERGENUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe definition and types of malnutrition, the methods used in the evaluation of nutritional status, the principles of enteral and parenteral nutrition, the application in diseases, the changes in metabolism, the requirements of energy and nutrients, the products used in therapy, their composition and the dietitian's authority and responsibilities and practical applications.   Enteral-Parenteral Nutrition Principles are aimed to teach new information about the products and nutritional status used.  
BESD515MENU PLANNING AND CONTROLASST.   PROF.   DR.   NEZİRE İNCENUTRITION AND DIETETICSObjective of the course is to teach menu planing strategies and processes for management of food service units
BESD598NUTRITION AND DIETETICS SEMINAR  NUTRITION AND DIETETICSCurrent scientific studies on nutrition and dietetics will be searched, reviewed, discussed and presented by students.  
BESD600PH. D. THESIS  NUTRITION AND DIETETICShe course aims to enable students to gain advanced knowledge by doing scientific research in interested nutrition and dietetics topics.   One of the main objectives of the course is to provide scientific information and to help develop assessment/evaluation methods in nutrition and dietetics, including in fields like macro-micro nutrients, food groups, nutrient interactions, disease relationships with macro-micro nutrients.  
BESD601METABOLIC AND BIOCHEMICAL ALTERATIONS IN NUTRITION RELATED DISEASESPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSMetabolic changes related to chronic diseases and efficiency of diet treatment will be discussed during the course
BESD602NUTRITION AND IMMUN SYSTEMPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe aim of the course is to investigate the relationship between nutrition and immune system.   Effect of food related changes on immune system will be defined.   In addition, it has been aimed to teach reasons and symptomps of food allergies and intolerances
BESD604NUTRITION AND GENETICSASST.   PROF.   DR.   SEMA ERGENUTRITION AND DIETETICSStudents will learn how nutrients affect gene expression, how nutrients and genes interact, and how nutrients affect the process of diseases through genetic mechanism.  
BESD605GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES AND NUTRITION  PROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe course covers etiological factors and medical nutrition treatment procedures of gastrointestianl diseases.  
BESD606NUTRITION IN ADOLESCENCEASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   SERAY KABARANNUTRITION AND DIETETICSGive information about nutritional habits and nutritional problems of adolescents, also give practical suggestions to solve these problems.    
BESD607PRODUCT SELECTION AND MANAGEMENT IN FOOD SERVICE SYSTEMSASST.   PROF.   DR.   NEZİRE İNCENUTRITION AND DIETETICSAim to teach storage, purchase and processing principles of food products that are presented by food and beverage service to consumers
BESD608ADVANCED NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRYASST.   PROF.   DR.   MÜJGAN ÖZTÜRKNUTRITION AND DIETETICSAim to define biomolecules and their metabolic pathway in human metabolism.   Also investigate the human metabolism in starvation, fasting, illness and defining the structures and functions of digestive and metabolic enzymes, vitamines and minerals
BESD609PHYTOCHEMICALS IN ADVANCED NUTRITION  ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   CEREN GEZERNUTRITION AND DIETETICSAim to solve the nutritional problems by using advanced analysis and practical methods.   Also investigate phytochemicals, their functions and their role in metabolism.    
BESD611EATING BEHAVIOURS AND FOOD PREFERENESPROF.   DR.   EMİNE YILDIZNUTRITION AND DIETETICSAim to teach environmental and personal factors that affect food choices and nutrition habits throughout the lifetime.  
BESD698SEMINAR  NUTRITION AND DIETETICSThis course covers literature review on nutriiton and dietetics, specifically nutrients, food groups and the relationsihp between these items.   Also, relation between nutirents an diseases, anthropometic measurements.  
BESD699PH. D. QUALIFYING EXAM  NUTRITION AND DIETETICSThe aim of qulificaiton exam is to examine the students knowledge level on basic topics and phd study
BIOL501MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GENETICSASST.   PROF.   DR.   ADİL ŞEYTANOĞLUMEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGYThis course covers eukaryotic gene expression and regulation in detail, as well as eukaryotic cellular processes.   Genome, transcriptome and proteome level information are discussed, as well as epigenomics.   In particular, human genome is detailed.   Relevant ethical, legal and social issues are discussed.  
BIOL502FUNDAMENTALS OF BIOTECHNOLOGYASST.   PROF.   DR.   ILGIN ÇAĞNANMEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGYThis course introduces the basic concepts of biotechnology.   The history, development and current applications of biotechnological products are outlined and serve as the basis for the elective courses.  
BIOL506MOLECULAR AND MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY  MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGYMedical applications of molecular cell biology and genetics are covered.   Contemporary research findings are discussed through critical thinking and evaluation of scientific papers.   Relevant ethical, legal and social issues are discussed.  
BIOL512VACCINES AND IMMUNITYASST.   PROF.   DR.   DENİZ BALCIMEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGYThe course outlines the medical applications of molecular tools and findings in vaccine development and immunity.    
BIOL515APPLICATIONS OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN MARINE BIOLOGYASST.   PROF.   DR.   BURAK ALİ ÇİÇEKMEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGYThis course aims to introduce recent developments in biotechnology from marine organisms which are relevant to a broad range of industrial sectors such as as pharmaceutical and agricultural industries; more efficient and less polluting industrial processes and tools for environmental remediation.  
BIOL521MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY APPLICATIONSASST.   PROF.   DR.   ILGIN ÇAĞNANMEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGYThe course will provide a tutorial and hands-on participation in the application of molecular biotechnology and laboratory analysis to medicine.   Students receive hands-on experience using and maintaining laboratory instruments.   A background in molecular biotechnology laboratory applications will lead to the performance and practice of molecular techniques including DNA, RNA, Protein isolation and analysis.   Students will learn how to read and understand the new molecular genetic data often express in human cells.  
BIOL599TERM PROJECT  MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGYThe student will prepare a semester project on a selected topic.  
BNKA501ASSET AND LIABILITY MANAGEMENTPROF.   DR.   ERALP BEKTAŞBANKING AND FINANCEComplete overview of asset and liability management (ALM); fundamental principles and applications to financial risk management; gap management; duration ap management.   It also concentrates on a solid, practical basis for currency and international funds risk, foreign exchange risk.    
BNKA503FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS  PROF.   DR.   SALİH KATIRCIOĞLUBANKING AND FINANCEThis course provides information about financial institutions and the structure of financial markets, financial instruments and pricing of the financial instruments, sources and uses of funds in financial institutions, central banking and monetary policy instruments, banking system, financial intermediaries, international financial markets and systems.  
BNKA599TERM PAPER    BANKING AND FINANCE  
CHEM500MS THESIS  CHEMISTRY  
CHEM511PRINCIPLES OF POLYMER SCIENCEPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA GAZİCHEMISTRYThis is a course designed to introduce the student to the basic principles of   polymer science.   It is aimed to furnish the student with the necessary background   to be able to follow more advanced polymer chemistry/science courses.     The course covers synthesis of high polymers, termodynamics and kinetics of polymerization, reactions of synthetic polymers, chemical structure determination,   polymer solutions, polymer molecular weights and molecular weight determination methods and solid state properties of polymers, morphology and glass transitions.  
CHEM516CHEMICAL KINETICSPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA GAZİCHEMISTRYThis is a graduate course designed to provide the student with a deeper understanding of principles of   chemical kinetics.   The course will focus on the chemical kinetics, rate theory, and rate phenomena in chemical reactions.   The course will   cover   kinetics of chemical reactions including (elementary reactions, consecutive, parallel and reversible reactions, catalyzed reactions, chain reactions, polymerization reactions enzymatic reactions and adsorption phenomena).  
CHEM533POLYMER GELSPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA GAZİCHEMISTRYIntroduction, Basic concepts, Macromolecular thermodynamics, Conformations in solution, Elasticity, Diffusion, Osmotic pressure, Synthesis and characteristics of gels, neutral gels, Weakly ionized gels, Strongly ionized gels, Homogeneous gels, Thermodynamics, volume phase transition, Dynamics, Kinetics of swelling, Fundamental interactions for volume phase transition, Environment sensitive gels, Conformational transitions in polyelectrolyte gels, Swelling of a network in infinite solvent, Formation of ionic pairs, Swelling of the network in mixed solvents, Application areas of gels.  
CHEM534NATURAL POLYMERSPROF.   DR.   ELVAN YILMAZCHEMISTRYThis is a graduate course which focuses on the origins, properties, and applications of natural polymers with special emphasis on polymers like cellulose, starch, chitin, chitosan, polylactides, and bacterial polyesters that have a widespread impact.   The course aims at providing the student with essential background on the types, structures, reactions and applications of natural polymers to enable the student carry out further research in the area.  
CHEM536COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN CHEMICAL RESEARCHASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   AKEEM   O.   ALEDIPOCHEMISTRYBasic computer concepts: Internal organization of computers, Computer   components, Useful characteristics of computers.   Computer aided report preparation: Scientific word processing, Graph preparation, Spread sheets.     Computer aided literature survey: On-line survey (via internet), off-line survey (Science Citation Index, chemical Abstracts, etc. ).   Laboratory automation by using computers: Computer controlled experiments, getting data from an instrument, Controlling an instrument, Data evaluation.   Introduction to visual basic: Programming aspects both in numerical and graphical solution of problems.   Numerical methods: Curve fitting, Numerical differentiation, Numerical solution of differential equations, Matrix methods and linear equations.   Chemical project development by visual basic: Development of a project on the area of the interest of the student.  
CHEM545FUNDAMENTALS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRYASST.   PROF.   DR.   MEHMET GARİPCHEMISTRYFundamental theory and practice of classical and modern analytical   techniques in chemistry and the role of sampling, quality control/assurance, and chemometrics.     Approximation Methods/Perturbation-theories.   Recent methodical developments   (e. g. , Pseudo-Perturbative Shifted Large-ℓ expansion   methodical proposal, Point Canonical Transformation Approach, PT-Symmetric Quantum Mechanics/1D, etc). Scattering/Collision theory
CHEM556MICROBIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS OF CHEMICALSASST.   PROF.   DR.   MÜMTAZ GÜRANCHEMISTRYTypes and classification of medically important microorganisms Prudent practices for Safe Microbiology Laboratory Experiments Antibiotics and Antimicrobial Compounds Chemical compounds such as: (synthetic and natural polymers, nanomaterials, Phenol and Phenol Derivatives, Alcohols, Halogens, Heavy Metal and their Compounds, Aldehydes, Gaseous Agents, Dyes, Detergents, Quaternary Ammonium Compounds) and their possible microbiological (and/or infection preventive) applications   Experimental Tests used in the evaluation of Antimicrobial Activity  
CHEM595WATER SOURCES AND TREATMENT METHODSPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA GAZİCHEMISTRYPhysical and Chemical Properties of water;   Types of Water; Water Treatment; Water quality, Softening methods;   Desalination methods, Sewage treatment, chemistry of Water treatment.  
CHEM600PH. D THESIS  CHEMISTRY  
CHEM698SEMINAR  CHEMISTRY  
CHEM699QUALIFYING EXAM  CHEMISTRY  
CHES500MASTER THESIS    CULTURAL HERITAGE STUDIESSupervised research conducted individually by the student and constituting a final thesis.  
CHES501UNDERSTANDING THE HERITAGE:SOURCES,METHODS&PRACTICE  CULTURAL HERITAGE STUDIESThis course aims to provide the students with knowledge and skills related to value assessment of heritage buildings and sites.     The methods and techniques of recording, information management, historic research and comparative study will be discussed.    
CHES502WORKSHOP IN BUILDING CONSERVATION  CULTURAL HERITAGE STUDIESThis workshop will get students to be involved with historical, physical, social, cultural, legal and economic aspects of building conservation.   Awareness of the need of interdisciplinary teamwork and contribution of team members of different disciplinary background will be experienced through case studies and discussions.    
CHES503PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY OF CONSERVATIONPROF.   DR.   KOKAN GRCHEVCULTURAL HERITAGE STUDIESThe aim of the course is to help students to arrive at a clear understanding of the concepts and practices that define the field and to promote a strong expertise and perspective on it.   Considering the complex understanding of Heritage issues, the course will explore the contemporary philosophy and theory of conservation as basis and framework of conservation, restoration and preservation theory and practice in the globalized world.   The activities proposed within this course will include specified introduction to the scientific development in the area, examining selected examples and case studies both with the existing corpus of scientific studies and documents; identifying and developing ideas and visions; establishing an integrated theoretical basis for examining the growth of world heritage and its relationship to human rights and cultural rights and the ideas of cultural landscape and historic urban landscape.  
CHES504LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF CONSERVATION  CULTURAL HERITAGE STUDIESThe course aims to introduce legal and administrative aspects of historic site preservation emphasizing historic development of the concept and its importance in current planning processes.   In this course students will become familiar with the basic concepts, elements and principals of site conservation and methodologies used to illustrate/understand such complex, multifaceted problems.   Through the short review of international documents, students will gather knowledge on international concepts, norms, current problems and issues related with historic site conservation; administrative and legislative development and processes in some countries (i. e.   UK, Italy, France) and existing tools to be used in conservation planning.   By the presentation of different case studies, diverse approaches (integrated conservation, gentrification, urban infill, regeneration, renewal etc. ) in site preservation will be discussed emphasizing current trends, pressures and threats on historic sites within the urban and/or rural areas.   Thus, the students will comprehend concepts, issues and problems related with historic environments considering their diverse character and are expected to develop skills in solving them by the use/development of legislative processes and tools.    
CHES598SEMINAR    CULTURAL HERITAGE STUDIESThe purpose of the graduate seminars is to provide graduate students with exposure to a variety of research projects and activities in order to enrich their academic experiences.   The seminars by the students will also provide the department members with an opportunity to familiarize themselves with all graduate students within the department and learn about each student's research activities.   Finally, the seminars will provide the students with an opportunity to develop skills in presentation and discussion of research topics in a public forum.  
CIVL500MASTER THESIS  CIVIL ENGINEERING  
CIVL530SPECIAL TOPICS IN HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGPROF.   DR.   UMUT TÜRKERCIVIL ENGINEERINGFicks' Law and its application on groundwater flow; Equilibrium beach profiles and equilibrium subaerial zones; Settling velocity analysis for silica and calcareous sand particles; IDF curves and L-moments technique; Energy dissipation and Hydraulic jump length on rough surfaces.   Drought analysis.  
CIVL531GROUNDWATER ENGINEERINGPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA ERGİLCIVIL ENGINEERINGOccurrence of groundwater, techniques and methods in groundwater investigations, groundwater hydraulics, aquifer analysis, techniques and methods in groundwater extraction, groundwater contamination
CIVL543FINITE ELEMENT METHODASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ADEEB RAHMANCIVIL ENGINEERINGFundamental concepts, Principle of Minimum Potential Energy, Rayleigh-Ritz Method.   Matrix algebra, Gaussian Elimination, Cholesky and symmetric banded matrices, Skyline solution.   One dimensional problems: The steps include development of shape functions, derivation of element stiffness, formation of global stiffness, treatment of boundary conditions, solution of equations and stress calculations using potential energy formulation.   Trusses, two dimensional problems using constant strain triangles, beams, frames and axisymmetric solids subjected to axisymmetric loading.   Computer implementation.  
CIVL565PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS-IASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   MEHMET METİN KUNTCIVIL ENGINEERINGIntroduction to pavement management process.   Systematic approach to pavement management.   Framework for a PMS.   Monitoring and evaluation.   Pavement serviceability and performance concepts.   Pavement design.   Pavement condition data collection, equipment processing.   Distress survey methods and use.   Field measurement of serviceability and roughness.   Non-destructive testing and evaluation.   Pavement maintenance.   Pavement rehabilitation.   Overlay design concept.   Pavement life cycle, costing and economic analysis.  
CIVL575SUSTAINABILITY IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONPROF.   DR.   MAHMOOD HOSSEINICIVIL ENGINEERINGSustainability and green building definitions; Location selection for sustainable buildings; Measures to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in buildings and the use of green energy technologies in buildings; Reducing water and wastewater in buildings; Measures to reduce material use and solid waste in building construction; Improving indoor air quality in sustainable buildings; commissioning sustainable buildings; Calculation principles of life cycle cost and life cycle assessment; Green building certification systems; Holistic design and project management approaches in sustainable building design; Introduction to sustainable cities.  
CIVL582CREEP AND SHRINKAGE OF CONCRETEPROF.   DR.   ÖZGÜR ERENCIVIL ENGINEERINGThe course concentrates on strain-time relationships of concrete as a composite material.   Factors influencing creep and shrinkage are discussed in detail.   Prediction of creep of concrete is also given with solved examples.   Behavior of cracks in brittle solids and features of failure are other subjects to be discussed in detail.    
CIVL587CEMENT REPLACEMENT MATERIALSPROF.   DR.   KHALED MARARCIVIL ENGINEERINGHydration of Portland cement.   Pozzolanic reactions.   Portland-Pozzolan mixes.   Calcined clay, shale and other soils.   Slags and slag cements.   Natural pozzolans.   Silica fume.   Fly ash.  
CIVL598GRADUATE SEMINAR  CIVIL ENGINEERING  
CIVL600PH. D.   THESIS  CIVIL ENGINEERING  
CIVL698SEMINER  CIVIL ENGINEERING  
CIVL699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  CIVIL ENGINEERING  
CMPE500M. S.   THESIS  COMPUTER ENGINEERING  
CMPE539MULTIAGENT SYSTEMSASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ADNAN ACANCOMPUTER ENGINEERINGIntroduction to the concepts of autonomous agents and   multiagent systems: intelligent autonomous agents, reactive and hybrid agents.   Autonomous agents as rational decision makers: utility function, Markov decision problems and   optimal policies.   Interaction between agents: agent communications, rules of conversation, social choice   and   voting methods.   Cooperative interaction between agents: modeling learning as cooperative interaction of multiple agents, distributed constraint satisfaction problems.   Competitive interactions between agents: introduction to game theory, non-cooperative and cooperative games, prisoners dilemma, negotiations, auctions, and voting mechanisms.   Real-world applications of agent-based systems.  
CMPE574BIOMETRICSPROF.   DR.   ÖNSEN TOYGARCOMPUTER ENGINEERINGPerson recognition, modules of biometric systems, biometric functionalities: verification and identification
CMPE598SEMINAR  COMPUTER ENGINEERINGThis course will be given as seminars by teaching staff covering their specialties or research interest.  
CMPE600PH. D.   THESIS  COMPUTER ENGINEERING  
CMPE698SEMINAR  COMPUTER ENGINEERINGThis course includes seminars which will be given by teaching staff to PhD students covering the topics related to research methodologies, thesis writing, presentation, ethics, social responsibility, plagiarism, scientific paper writing and publishing.  
CMPE699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  COMPUTER ENGINEERING  
CMSE512DATABASE AND FILE SECURITYPROF.   DR.   ALEXANDER CHEFRANOVSOFTWARE ENGINEEERINGSecurity requirements.   Confidentiality, integrity, availability, assurance, authenticity, anonymity.   Security threats and attacks on security, Protection, Intruders, Access control models.   Discretionary and mandatory access control, Authorization.   Multilevel security.   Malicious software, Trojan horses.   Password protection.   Symmetric and public key encryption.     DES.   RSA.   Digital signature.   Key distribution and authentication.   Secure Sockets Layer protocol.   Passport: Single Sign-On.   Electronic commerce.   Secure Electronic Transaction protocol, Goods atomicity, Certified delivery and escrow.   Electronic cash.   Blind signature, Security in XML-based Web-services.   Kerberos.   X. 509 authentication service.     Authentication, procedures.   One-time password.   Hash functions.   Statistical database security, Functional dependency attack on databases with multilevel security.   Flow control, Covert channel, Auditing.   Auditing process, Auditing classifications and types.  
CMSE514WEB TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICESASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   DUYGU ÇELİK ERTUĞRUL  SOFTWARE ENGINEEERINGWEB 2. 0 technologies.   Influence of WEB 2. 0 over business and society.   Web 3. 0 and semantic web concepts and technologies.   Web 3. 0 applications and management of web data.   Web services overview.   Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).   Web Services Description Language (WSDL).   Universal Description, Discovery & Integration (UDDI).   Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP).   Service-Oriented Software Reengineering (SOSR).   XML technologies.   Web services interaction protocol and description with J2EE technologies.   Web service discovery and composition.   Future trend in web technologies and services.   For the programming part of this course, students will use different tools: Client Side (e. g.   HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax, jQuery and JSON), Server Side (e. g.   Servlets, JSP, Java Beans, JAX-RS for RESTful services), Database (e. g.   MySQL) and Knowledgebase (e. g.   OWL 2. 0).    
COMM500MASTER THESIS  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESConsistent with the Regulations of the Institute for Graduate Education and Research, students will register to this course until completing their theses.    
COMM501MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETYASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   AYSU ARSOY, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ÜLFET KUTOĞLU KURUÇCOMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course provdes students w'th useful analytical tools for conceptualizing the broad contexts within which the mass media are situated.   In this course we will explore these questions.   What does the media do? Repeat the truth? Make up the truth? Entertain in order to be more profitable? What are the unseen forces that determine what we view and read? How does media content affect the nature of society? Some selected topics are role of the audience, effects controversy, ratings , visual images which dominate our society, news, public opinion.  
COMM502SELECTED READINGS IN MASS COMMUNICATION STUDIES  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESA graduate level introduction to communication and media studies through a review of major historical and contemporary trends in communication research and literature.   The course begins with an overview of the early work produced by North American and European scholars and social theorists around communication and culture, proceeds through the historical debates of the 1970s around the possibility of a “field" of communication and considers the more contemporary and still emerging approaches to understanding communication as a social practice while providing the theoretical background and analytic skills needed to navigate the tensions among these varying approaches.   We will consider questions concerning the multiple ways in which communication issues can be addressed from different points of view, and explores how these different points of view support different knowledge claims.  
COMM504COMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHOD  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course aims to introduce the students to the epistemology, ontology and methodology of standard and alternative research in communication studies.   It provides not only the theoretical background but also practical skills of carrying out research in communication.   The students taking this course are expected to contrast research with reasoned inquiry and common sense; to identify problems which will justify communication research; to formulate researchable research techniques; to select appropriate research techniques; to write a succinct, detailed and persuasive research proposal, to present it orally and defend it against criticism; to explore quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and produce research reports in both of them.  
COMM520  READINGS IN CULTURAL STUDIES  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES  Graduate seminar in the litertaure of communication and cultural studies from the international literature.   The course explores a number of vital areas within the field of cultural studies including North american and British Cultural studies, South american, European, african and Middle Eastern perspectives on cultural studies and communication.   The emphasis is on providing a solid grounding in the history ansd development of cultural studies, locating it in its contemporary configurations.  
COMM524SEMIOTICS  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESHuman cultures are understood as consisting of meanings built by signs and symbols, involved by myths, rituals, language, science, and all other cultural phenomena.   How these meanings are searched and made comes under the branch of semiotics.   Semiotics - the science of the signs - searches how the signs of a culture represent the world.   The ability to understand or to decode signs and symbols makes it possible to get an access to the culture of a specific people, and provides one with the necessary information needed for several branches in communication, e. g.   media and advertising.   The course emphasizes on analyzing and understanding everyday objects and their presentation in advertising.   Equipped with the necessary topic related terminology, and actual reading materials the student will learn how to read advertising elements such as photos, pictures, graphics, and web page layouts.   Furthermore the student will be able to give attention to the design of culture specific advertising material.  
COMM525DISCOURSE ANALYSIS IN MEDIA STUDIES  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESIn the field of communication studies, M. A students supposed to have academic skills necessary for critical readings of cultural texts as well.   Introducing different discourse analysis approaches to the students and giving them opportunity for applying one of these analyses to the chosen popular cultural texts, this seminar aims to provide ability of seeing `the things` differently in communication.     The Seminar will be covered an overview of the approaches to discourse analysis with particular emphasis on post-structuralist approaches that take all the cultural text/practices as discursive to be read.   Post-structuralist theorists and philosopher's works that did contributions to the critical discourse analysis will be discussed.   Students will be expected to apply discourse analysis to cultural texts, such as media texts, architectural designs, bodily practices etc.           This Seminar aims to provide critical point of view to the graduate students that are based on recent post-structralist and post-modern theory.   Through motivating students for approaching or re-reading all cultural texts deconstructively, the Main objectives of the seminar are to expose the multiple/possible meanings of the cultural texts that surround us.   Thus another aim of the seminar would be, not only enrich students' academic/intellectual positioning but empower them as communicator/receiver.  
COMM536THEORIES OF THE MOVING IMAGE  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESDuring the course of the semester students will observe, through a combination of lectures, readings and practical application, equate themselves with the major theoretical approaches used in the study of film as an academic discipline within the field of communication studies.   A solid grounding in the theoretical approaches taken in the study of film is essential before going on to more advanced and specialist courses.   Students will become acquainted with historical criticism, genre criticism, feminist criticism, structuralist semiotics, psychoanalytic semiotics and narratology.  
COMM553GENDER AND THE MEDIAPROF.   DR.   HANİFE ALİEFENDİOĞLUCOMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course will examine how definitions of gender and sexuality are reproduced, negotiated and deployed in a media context.   The goal of this course is to introduce students to the ways in which a variety of media represent gender.   The course examines the theoretical approaches that are central to the study of media, culture and gender.   This course   highlights the key features of many of the current theories and approaches in media analysis, it also focuses on the ways that media can shape public discourse about gender and sexism.   This course surveys methods of analysis such as semiotics, socio-historical analysis, ideological analysis, discourse analysis, feminist method, and ethnography as tools through which to understanding gender in media.     Reading material will include works by Margaret Gallager, Liesbet van Zoonen, Tania Modleski, David Morley, David Connell, and Rosalind Gill among many others.  
COMM567CRITICAL MEDIA STUDIES: MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS OF NON-HUMAN ANIMALSASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   MASHOED BAILIECOMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis is a graduate level course exploring the role of traditional media in representing the ways in which we perceive of and engage with nonhuman animals and, more broadly, our environments.   The emphasis is on both the techniques and the role of representation of nonhuman animals in film, television, advertising, music videos and across social media platforms.   We draw on a number of traditional and contemporary media studies positions in order to construct theoretical frameworks through which to examine and consider the mediated construction of our relationship to other species.   Throughout the semester we will view a selection of documentaries and films that challenge our perceptions of the world, question our taken-for-granted assumptions about our relationship to each other and to non-human animals with whom we co-exist, and raise concerns about the historical and contemporary role that the media have played in normalizing, rationalizing and habituating society to “the way things are".   Key questions concern how stories are constructed in order to normalize, for example, nonhuman animals as pets, food, clothing, objects for experimentation, in zoos and circuses or as “wild".   How can we approach these stories critically?" By drawing upon the literature emanating from critical media and animal studies and engaging key insights from   the broad fields of cultural studies and feminist and post-colonial studies, course participants conduct research and produce papers that offer opportunities for fundamental shifts in the way we engage with the world.    
COMM578APPLIED DRAMA AS RESEARCH METHODOLOGY  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis module introduces Applied Drama's historical and social context in which the practice-as-research methodology developed.   The aim is to introduce students to critical observations and writings, the theoretical frameworks within which the practice has progressed, and the research methodologies applied through this practice, enabling them to devise research projects within the broad interdisciplinary fields of theatre and performance studies.   Practical opportunities will enable students to acquire and implement knowledge and skills in workshop techniques, project planning and management, facilitation, and research analysis within an Applied Drama context.       The module will be split into two stages:   The first introduces students to the history and development of applied drama practice, and students will be asked to consider its relationships to social, ethnographic and cultural research methodologies.   This stage will be delivered through a series of lectures, seminars and exploratory exercises.       The second stage will investigate practical research methods devised and implemented through applied drama practice.   Students will be expected to have knowledge of and apply drama methods of approach including, but not limited to, Forum Theatre, Participatory Theatre, Legislative Theatre, Invisible Theatre and basic mask works (including the works of Trestle Theatre and Geese Theatre).       Students are expected to consider, not only the practice of drama and performance in itself, but the ethics, risks, and what is at stake when conducting research using this disciplinary practice.       This course is not limited to theatre makers and performers, but is expansive and inclusive to benefit researchers and practitioners from many fields of practice including, but not limited to, sociology, psychology, communication and media, human resources, and business studies.          
COMM584THE ART OF PERSUASION: RHEOTORIC IN ADVERTISING  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course provides the student with grounding in both classical rhetoric and its critical use in the study of advertising copywriting.   It is the contention of this course that advertising can be profitably viewed as, fundamentally, an application of rhetorical principles to the building of persuasive selling messages.   The course emphasizes the foundation status of Aristotle's The Art of Rhetoric but will also look at extracts from rhetorical works by Plato, Isocrates and Ramus.   It will be seen that ancient concerns regarding the ethics of rhetoric closely mirror current concerns regarding the ethics of advertising.   Students will be introduced to the 'figures of speech' (the tropes and schemes of rhetoric) and will be asked to both analyze contemporary advertising with respect to the figures and also produce copy of their own using them.   The work of Edward McQuarrie will be closely examined in terms of its ramifications for contemporary changes in advertising methodology.   Finally, issues surrounding current debates concerning the rhetoric of rhetoric will be applied to the advertising industries own attempts at self-justification, self-appraisal and self-regulation.  
COMM598SEMINAR  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESMany graduate students under-perform in their course work, exams, and eventually their theses due to poorly developed basic study skills.   Taking essay writing as its basic activity, this course demonstrates how the integration of study, planning, time Management, rhetorical and language skills is an essential prerequisite of good results.   The course will be run on a “workshop" basis – much of the actual exercises we will be doing will occur during class time.   Come expecting to participate in discussions and practical work.   There will also be occasional homework assignments.   All of this work is important as it will form the basis of students' coursework Mark.   In the final essay students will be expected to demonstrate all the skills they have acquired during the course – preparing outlines, drafts, coherent argument, etc.  
COMM600PH. D.   THESIS  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESConsistent with the Regulations of the Institute for Graduate Education and Research, students will register to this course until completing their dissertations.     However, they will not be allowed to register to thesis before passing the Comprehensive Exam.  
COMM601THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR COMMUNICATION PARADIGMS  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course provides the student with grounding in both classical rhetoric and its critical use in the study of advertising copywriting.   It is the contention of this course that advertising can be profitably viewed as, fundamentally, an application of rhetorical principles to the building of persuasive selling messages.   The course emphasizes the foundation status of Aristotle's The Art of Rhetoric but will also look at extracts from rhetorical works by Plato, Isocrates and Ramus.   It will be seen that ancient concerns regarding the ethics of rhetoric closely mirror current concerns regarding the ethics of advertising.   Students will be introduced to the 'figures of speech' (the tropes and schemes of rhetoric) and will be asked to both analyze contemporary advertising with respect to the figures and also produce copy of their own using them.   The work of Edward McQuarrie will be closely examined in terms of its ramifications for contemporary changes in advertising methodology.   Finally, issues surrounding current debates concerning the rhetoric of rhetoric will be applied to the advertising industries own attempts at self-justification, self-appraisal and self-regulation.  
COMM602CURRENT ISSUES IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course introduces major and emerging approaches to understanding communication as both an academic discipline and a social practice while providing the theoretical background and analytic skills needed to navigate the tensions among these varying approaches.   The course reviews the intellectual history of communication studies, engages traditional and contemporary questions about human communication, raises questions concerning the multiple ways in which communication issues can be addressed from different points of view, and explores how these different points of view support the legitimation of different knowledge claims.  
COMM603ALTERNATIVE METHODS FOR COMMUNICATION RESEARCH  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis class studies the methodological underpinnings of “alternative" methods informing the doing of research.   It focuses on the methodological reasons that lead us to consider them as alternatives, taking the “Science versus Humanities" division and its later, and evidently insistent, iterations and rearticulations as “Natural Sciences versus Social Sciences" within the previous category of “Science," and as “Qualitative Methodology versus Quantitative Methodology" within the “Social Sciences" category, as a leading question.   The course is not meant as a cookbook teaching how to apply such and such “alternative" methods.   Rather, it looks at the     foundational logos of differing methods such as their different, and even incompatible, epistemological and ontological justifications, the different historical, cultural and institutional configurations of scientific practices, and the changing power-knowledge relationship in the doing of science.   The often tacitly assumed necessity of method, understood as a pre-determined path to follow, is not taken for granted in this class, and arguments “against method" and pragmatic approaches like “bricolage" are given serious consideration.  
COMM641INTERACTIVE MEDIA AND DEMOCRATIC SOCIETYASST.   PROF.   DR.   RAZİYE NEVZATCOMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course is a course that offers students the opportunity to examine society, democracy and their connections with new media, digital tools and technology.   In this course, the application, use and impact of new media in society will also be discussed as a research area within current political developments in many regions.   The most important aim of this course is to contribute to the interdisciplinary field of internet, media and democracy by critically understanding the theories and practices of these fields.   The course also aims to explore whether social media is the pathway to a more democratic society.  
COMM698SEMINAR    COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThe aim of COMM698 seminar course in the PhD program is to inform PhD candidates on research and scientific publication ethics, literature review and having publication.  
COMM699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES  
COMP500MASTER THESISASST.   PROF.   DR.   MEHMET ALİ TUTMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE  
COMP512THEORY OF ALGORITHMSPROF.   DR.   BENEDEK NAGYMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCEAutomata.   Complexity.   Computability.   Finite automata.   Turing machine.   Probabilistic Turing machine.   Time complexity:   class P, class NP, NP completeness, NP complete problems.   Space Complexity: Savitch theorem, class PSPACE, class L, class NL, NL completeness, NL coNL equivalency.   Intrecability: hierarchy theorems, circuit complexity.   Probabilitstic algorithms: class BPP
COMP587ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCEPROF.   DR.   RASHAD ALİYEVMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCESearch, state space search, heuristic search, control strategies.   Knowledge representation.   Frame, semantic networks, rule base representations.   Logical reasoning.   Knowledge bases and inference.   Reasoning with uncertainty.   Bayesian probability, Planning.   Inference in first order logic.   Learning.   Decision trees.   Game theory.   Expert systems.   AI languages.   PROLOG language.   Robotics.   Pattern recognition.   Distributed AI.  
COMP600PH. D.   THESISASST.   PROF.   DR.   MEHMET ALİ TUT, Prof.   Dr.   Benedek Nagy, Prof.   Dr.   R.   Aliyev, Prof.   Dr.   Rza BashirovMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE  
COMP698SEMINARASST.   PROF.   DR.   MEHMET ALİ TUTMATHEMATICS  
COMP699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAMPROF.   DR.   NAZIM MAHMUDOVMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE  
ECON500MASTER THESIS  ECONOMICS  
ECON501MICROECONOMIC THEORY AND POLICYPROF.   DR.   SEVİN UĞURALECONOMICSA first graduate level course in contemporary microeconomic theory.   This course rigorously develops the theories of consumer choice and production theory of the firm, and analyzes theories of market behavior and efficiency.     The latter portion of the course is devoted to considering certain policy implications of the theory developed earlier.   The course assumes thorough knowledge of intermediate microeconomic theory with appropriate mathematical skills, including elementary differential calculus.  
ECON503ECONOMETRICSPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA İSMİHANECONOMICSEssentials of mathematical statistics; a survey of important functional forms used in the mathematical formulation of economic theory; classical linear regression model (one explanatory variable case): assumptions, estimation, testing, and prediction; classical linear regression model (two or more explanatory variables case): assumptions, estimation, testing, and prediction; departures from classical linear regression model: multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, autocorrelation, and specification errors.  
ECON541ENERGY ECONOMICSPROF.   DR.   VEDAT YORUCUENERGY ECONOMICS AND FINANCEThe course deals with the application of economic theory and policy issues of energy economics. Topics include Europe and Modern Energy Security, Southern Energy Corridor, Diversifying European Energy, Challenges and Securing Supply, Energy Hubs, Turkish Energy Market, Energy transformation, privatization and diversification, LNG Market, Pricing Model of Gas Demand, Gas Deliveries in the Pipeline, Alternative Energy, Wind Energy, Solar Energy, Geothermal Energy,Biofuels Energy, Nuclear Energy, Hydrocarbon Exploration Discoveries in Eastern Mediterranean and other regions, Energy Actors and Regional Energy Model.  
ECON598SEMINARPROF.   DR.   MEHMET BALCILARECONOMICSIn this course, you will learn how to “do" economics.   While your coursework up to this point has given you a strong foundation in economic theory, this course teaches you how to apply theory to meaningful economic research.   The course will be roughly divided into four sections: reading, researching, writing, and presenting.   The course takes students through the process of economic inquiry, from identifying a research topic, reviewing the relevant literature, formulating hypotheses as well as finding and evaluating appropriate data.  
ECON600PH. D.   THESIS  ECONOMICS  
ECON698SEMINAR  ECONOMICSThis course is designed to help students developing the academic research and writing skills they will need to complete the thesis and other requirements for the MA degree.   The course focuses on technical writing skills including organization of arguments, critical reading, quoting sources and avoiding plagiarism.  
ECON699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  ECONOMICS  
EDUS600PH. D. THESIS  EDUCATIONAL SCIENCESDoctoral thesis includes a student's independent study to be conducted individually under the supervision of a faculty member after completion of theoretical and practical courses.  
EDUS698SEMINAR  EDUCATIONAL SCIENCESBu derste öğrenciler Eğitim Bilimleri alanında yapılan araştırmalara ulaşır, araştırma sonuçlarını karşılaştırır ve seçmiş olduğu araştırmalar hakkında sunum yapar.  
EENG500MASTER THESIS  ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING  
EENG571PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSPROF.   DR.   OSMAN KÜKRERELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERINGProbability theory.   Random variables, distribution and density functions, expectation, moments, characteristic functions, functions of random variables, sequences, convergence concepts.   Weak and strong law of large numbers, the central limit theorem.   Stochastic processes, mean, autocorrelation, autocovariance, cross-correlation, cross-covariance.   Orthogonal and independent processes.   Stochastic differential equations.   Ergodicity.   Power spectral density.   Gaussian, Poisson, Markov processes.    
EENG582ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKSPROF.   DR.   HASAN AMCAELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERINGNeural Network Concepts: what is a neural network? biological neuron, artificial neuron, neural network topologies.   Learning in Neural Networks: types of learning, learning rules, error correction learning, Hebbian learning, competitive learning, Boltzmann learning.   Application Tasks: function approximation, classification, association, application examples.   Feedforward Networks: perceptron, multi-layer perceptron, radial basis function network, self-organizing map.   Feedback Networks: Hopfield network, Boltzmann machine, real-time recurrent network.  
EENG598SEMINAR  ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERINGSeminar course is designed such that each MS student prepares a report including literature review in the field of the thesis proposal by applying scientific research techniques and ethical principles.   In addition of the written report, the student is required to make an oral presentation to the other postgraduate students taking the course.        
EENG600PH. D.   THESIS  ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING  
EENG698SEMINAR  ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERINGSeminar course is designed such that each PhD student prepares a report including literature review in the field of the thesis proposal by applying scientific research techniques and ethical principles.   In addition of the written report, the student is required to make an oral presentation to the other postgraduate students taking the course.        
EENG699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING  
EGIT510RESEARCH METHODSASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HAMİT CANER, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ALİ SIDKI AĞAZADEEDUCATIONAL SCIENCESIn this course, the basic concepts and skills required to conduct empirical studies are presented.  
EGIT515QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS IN EDUCATIONASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ŞEFİKA MERTKANEDUCATIONAL SCIENCESIn this course, the nature of qualitative research, a comparison of qualitative and quantitative research, qualitative data collection methods (observation, interview, case study, and document analysis), analysis, interpretation and documentation of qualitative methods will be covered.   Moreover, ethnographic and historical research methods will also be discussed.  
EGIT517QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS IN EDUCATIONASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ALİ SIDKI AĞAZADEEDUCATIONAL SCIENCESIn this course, the nature of qualitative research, a comparison of qualitative and quantitative research, qualitative data collection methods (observation, interview, case study, and document analysis), analysis, interpretation and documentation of qualitative methods will be covered.   Moreover, ethnographic and historical research methods will also be discussed.  
EKON502MACROECONOMICSPROF.   DR.   HASAN GÜNGÖRECONOMICSThis course teaches fundamental theories of contemporary macroeconomics and how to apply them to real world economic policy.   It focuses on understanding and evaluation of macroeconomic conditions such as unemployment, inflation and balance of payments deficits, and how fiscal and monetary policies can be used to influence the macroeconomic performance and long-term growth.   The course will utilize both analytical and mathematical approaches to elucidate current issues in macroeconomic policy.  
ELTE500MASTER THESIS  ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING  
ELTE502SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITIONPROF.   DR.   NACİYE KUNTENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis course aims at surveying some basic issues in second language acquisition (SLA) in both formal and informal settings.   Topics include comparisons and contrasts between first and second, child and adult language acquisition, factors affecting second language acquisition such as age, cognitive development, personality traits, socio-affective variables, the qualitative and quantitative aspects of research in second language acquisition.    
ELTE504GENERAL LINGUISTICSPROF.   DR.   NECDET OSAMENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis coure provides a solid foundation in linguistics through a comprehensive survey of the basic issues involved in the study of language.   Core topics range over the scope of general linguistics as a science, theoretical and methodological considerations used in the description and analysis of languages, different schools, branches and orientations in modern linguistics.  
ELTE507CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR ENGL.   FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSESPROF.   DR.   ÜLKER VANCI OSAMENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis course aims to provide a detailed overview of the principles of and procedures for designing and developing an English for Specific Purposes (ESP) curriculum for teaching English to students from a wide range of disciplines.   The topics include the methodology of teaching English for specific purposes, teacher training for ESP, needs analysis, basic principles of curriculum design, materials design and development, evaluation of course materials and testing in ESP.   Students are required to develop and apply needs analysis instruments to relevant ESP groups for collecting data, analyze data, interpret results and write a report.  
ELTE510MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT FOR ELTASST.   PROF.   DR.   İLKAY GİLANLIOĞLUENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis course aims to review major issues and criteria in evaluating and selecting ELT materials and deal with theoretical and practical aspects of materials development and adaptation of ELT materials in use.  
ELTE598SEMINAR    ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING  
ELTE600PH. D.   THESIS  ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis is a non-credit course compulsory for all full-time students starting from the second semester and for part-time students from the third semester.   Candidates will complete a thesis under the supervision of a qualified member of the ELT staff or an approved external advisor.  
ELTE602CURRENT RESEARCH TOPICS IN ELTASST.   PROF.   DR.   İLKAY GİLANLIOĞLUENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis course aims to equip graduate students with research skills and a thorough understanding of research design so that they can confidently undertake their own research.   A study of the nature of scientific inquiry will be the main focus in the course which will cover topics such as planning a research, using library and audio and video recording and statistical packages as research tools.  
ELTE604APPROACHES TO TEACHER EDUCATIONPROF.   DR.   ÜLKER VANCI OSAMENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis course aims at studying the issues involved in current teacher education research and development in ELT at primary, secondary, and tertiary levels.   Topics such as the discussion of approaches to current teacher education programs, training the prospective teachers and teacher-trainers in various aspects of EFL will receive special emphasis.  
ELTE606TEACHING/CURRENT TOPICS IN ELTPROF.   DR.   NACİYE KUNTENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis course is designed to analyze the issues that have been on the agenda of ELT during the last decade in order to evaluate the present occurrences in terms of the recent and distant past and to sensitize   candidates to the relationship of fashion and tradition in ELT.   The course also aims at assisting   candidates in their study and evaluation of current developments in ELT and thus familiarizing them with recent research designs and orientations.  
ELTE612  STUDIES IN SOCIOLINGUISTICSPROF.   DR.   NECDET OSAMENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHINGThis course aims at surveying current studies in sociolinguistic theories and implications of research findings for preparing English teaching materials by considering cultural differences and problems in developing sociolinguistic, grammatical, strategic and communicative competence of learners in an English as a foreign language context with particular emphasis on practical applications observed.  
ELTE698SEMINAR    ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING  
ELTE699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING  
ENGL523ADVANCED WRITING I  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE  
EPOG500THESIS  CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION    Master's thesis includes a student's independent study to be conducted individually under the supervision of a faculty member after completion of theoretical and practical courses.   Therefore, during thesis writing, the student conducts literature review, data collection and analysis, evaluation of the results and presents the written document of these under the supervision of a faculty member.  
EPOG503CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN EDUCATIONASSOC.   PROF.   DR. CANAN ZEKİCURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION    Basic concepts of programme development, the need for programme development, theoretical principles in programme development, and programme development processes.  
EPOG508INSTRUCTIONALEXPLORATION AND NEW TRENDSASST.   PROF.   DR.   BENGİ SONYELCURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION    An overview of teaching and learning, new trends in education, thinking skills and development of these thinking skills
EPOG598CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION SEMINARASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   CANAN ZEKİ, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   SITKIYE KUTER, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ALİ SIDKI AĞAZADE, ASST.   PROF.   DR.   BENGİ SONYELCURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION    Evaluation of studies conducted and likely to be conducted in the field of curriculum development.  
EYDE500THESIS  EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISIONStudents proceeding to the thesis stage carry out research in Educational Management and Supervision under the guidance of a supervisor.   One the thesis has been prepared, a student defends it in front of jury.   Master of Education degree is awarded upon the recommendation of the jury.   Thesis needs to be successfuly prepared and defended for the completion of the program.  
EYDE510EFFECTIVE SCHOOL MANAGEMENTPROF.   DR.   MEHMET DURDU KARSLIEDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISIONThis course is about effective school headship.   It explores the characteristics of effective   schools and head teachers, effective management tools and strategies, school   management and ethics, human resource planning, chaos and crisis management.     Students write a project on the effectiveness of a head teacher managing a school in their   countries.    
EYDE519HUMAN RELATIONS IN EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENTASST.   PROF.   DR.   MİNE SANCAREDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISIONThis course focuses on effective human relations in schools.   It explores the importance of good human relations for organizations and supports students to develop an understanding of how to form positive human relations, develop an effective communication network, how to motivate people in schools, how to distribute leadership and management and how to overcome negative group interaction and manage conflict
EYDE598SEMINAR  EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISIONBu derste öğrenciler Eğitim Yönetimi ve Denetimi alanında yapılan araştırmalara ulaşır, araştırma sonuçlarını karşılaştırır ve seçmiş olduğu araştırmalar hakkında sunum yapar.  
FINA500MASTER THESIS  BANKING AND FINANCE  
FINA503INVESTMENTSPROF.   DR.   NESRİN ÖZATAÇBANKING AND FINANCEThe last decade has been one of rapid, profound, and ongoing change in the investment industry.   The amin objective of the course is to give students and intermediate understanding of capital markets and financial instruments.   We will focus on three modules which are equity markets, fixed income markets, and derivative markets (options and futures).   The course is designed in line with the subject topics covered in the Chartered Financial Analysts (CFA) Exam (Level I) (see http://www. cfainstitute. org).  
FINA511CORPORATE FINANCE IN ENERGY MARKETSPROF.   DR.   CAHİT ADAOĞLUBANKING AND FINANCEThe aim of the course is to analyze the primary issues in modern corporate financial theory and practice.   The focus is on the corporate practice (corporate financial policies) that creates value and maximizes the wealth of shareholders.     The course deals with what financial managers do and why, and how the theory of finance explains.   On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed knowledge and understanding of: Corporate form of organization; corporate governance; capital budgeting; capital markets and capital structure; debt policy and payout policy
FINA514QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN FINANCEASST.   PROF.   DR.   NİGAR TAŞPINARBANKING AND FINANCEThe course concentrates basically on the analytical methods, techniques and applications those employed to conduct and critique empirical studies in finance and related fields.   The course shows detection of problems and their solutions in regression models.   A variety of topics are covered including basic time series analysis (Stationarity, Spurious Regression, Cointegration, Error Correction Models Johansen Cointegration Analysis, Granger-Causality) within this course and will make extensive use of econometric software packages.  
FINA517CORPORATE FINANCEPROF.   DR.   CAHİT ADAOĞLUBANKING AND FINANCEThe aim of the course is to analyze the primary issues in modern corporate financial theory and practice.   The focus is on the corporate practice (corporate financial policies) that creates value and maximizes the wealth of shareholders.     The course deals with what financial managers do and why, and how the theory of finance explains.   On successful completion of this course, all students will have developed knowledge and understanding of: Corporate form of organization; corporate governance; capital budgeting; capital markets and capital structure; debt policy and payout policy
FINA521 / FINA621INVESTMENT APPRAISALASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HASAN ULAŞ ALTIOKBANKING AND FINANCEThis course aims to introduce the main theoretical and practical issues involved in the appraisal and assessment of investment projects.   It covers the evaluation of private and public sector investments.   A key objective of the course is to give the students both the knowledge and the practice of applications to be able to work as a professional in this field.   This course is devoted to the techniques of cost-benefit analysis of investment projects.   The course covers both the analytical techniques and as well as their practical applications in decision making.   The course topics will cover financial modeling, alternative investment criteria, and maintaining consistency between real and nominal prices, inflation rates, exchange rates and interest rates.   It will also cover how to determine the optimal scale and timing of investments and how to construct income statements and balance sheets from cash flow projections.  
FINA522 / FINA622PROJECT FINANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENTASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HASAN ULAŞ ALTIOKBANKING AND FINANCEThe objective of this course is to provide graduate students with state-of-the-art professional skills in the field of project finance, and in the analysis and management of risks associated with investment projects.   This course will teach students how to analyze and manage the risks of major investment projects through project financing techniques.   The risk management techniques will include the study of modern international project financing and security arrangements.   The design and application of real options will be applied in the evaluation of investment projects.   The course will also cover both the theory as well as applications of the theories to various projects.   The students will be required to complete a number of computer based assignments.  
FINA524THEORY OF BANKINGPROF.   DR.   METE FERİDUNBANKING AND FINANCEThe aim of the course is to cover the banking theory from different aspects by emphasizing the role of banking firm in economic activities and the financial system.   Therefore, the course is designed to cover, role of financial intermediaries, bank behavior under different market structure, macroeconomics and financial imperfections, bank runs and its consequences, and regulation and risk management in banking.  
FINA599TERM PAPER    BANKING AND FINANCE  
FINA600PH. D.   THESIS  BANKING AND FINANCE  
FINA602ADVANCED CORPORATE FINANCEPROF.   DR.   CAHİT ADAOĞLUBANKING AND FINANCEThis course addresses both the theoretical and applied aspects of firms' financing decisions; topics include capital structure and cost of capital theories; mergers, acquisitions and leveraged buyouts; options, warrants, and convertibles; venture capital and initial public offerings; and pensions.   Theories, paradigms, and models of nonfinancial corporations; investigates the theoretical foundations and empirical evidence regarding corporate resource allocation, capital structure decisions, and dividend policies.  
FINA603MICRO FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCEPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA BESİMBANKING AND FINANCEThis course will cover applications of micro economics to financial and capital budgeting decision making.   The course will begin with theory of choice.   Emphasis will be given to consumer decision making decision under uncertainty and its applications to market behavior.   The micro foundation of capital asset pricing model will be studied.   The theory of firm's decision making in determining the profit maximizing levels of inputs and outputs will be covered for competitive markets with the objective of defining and applying the three basic postulates of applied welfare economics for capital budgeting decision making.  
FINA611EXCHANGE RATE ECONOMICSPROF.   DR.   SALİH KATIRCIOĞLUBANKING AND FINANCEThe course, at graduate level, mainly aims to examine the exchange rate policies and exchange rate determination under different regimes, namely, fixed, flexible and sticky prices with a theoretical consideration of macroeconomic models.   Furthermore, international monetary system, previous and contemporary exchange rate regimes will be also studied during the semester.  
FINA623ADVANCED CAPITAL BUDGETINGASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HASAN ULAŞ ALTIOKBANKING AND FINANCEThis course covers the components of an integrated investment appraisal analysis.   It initially introduces basic economics aspects that are used in capital budgeting for a comprehensive analysis.     The course also examines how the economic analysis fits into the financial, stakeholder and risk components that are part of an integrated investment appraisal analysis.   Applications to number of infrastructure projects such as road, electricity and water will also be studied as well as education.   This course covers both theoretical as well as applied aspects of advanced capital budgeting.  
FINA698RESEARCH SEMINAR IN FINANCE AND BANKINGPROF.   DR.   CAHİT ADAOĞLUBANKING AND FINANCEThis course guides students in their research and assists them in writing their thesis and research papers.   Students will have the chance to examine the academic publications, and analyze elements such as structure, style, literature review and method.   Students will be exposed to scientific research and publication ethics, and will have the chance to use the plagiarism detection software.   In addition, students will write a research topic report which will be presented to and discussed with seminar students.  
FINA699PH. D.   QUALIFICATION EXAMASST.   PROF.   DR.   NİGAR TAŞPINARBANKING AND FINANCEIt is a comprehensive examination taken after the successful completion of coursework.   Doctoral students have to pass this examination before proceeding to the dissertation stage.  
FZTR500PHYSIOTHERAPY THESIS STUDY  PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONThesis and semester project of the students in master program is conducted with academic advisor through investigation of research results, discussion and reporting the thesis study in compliance with the recent scientific developments.  
FZTR503CLINICAL PRACTICE IN PHYSIOTHERAPY - IIASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ENDER ANGIN, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   BERKİYE KIRMIZIGİL  PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONPhysical Therapy and Rehabilitation, pediatrics, oncology, otorhinolaryngology, sports injuries etc.   practical training will be carried out in their units.  
FZTR505ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS IN PHYSIOTHERAPYASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ENDER ANGINPHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONThe aim of this course is to evaluate the physiotherapy-related evaluation and new physiotherapy approaches of the graduate student.   , Percussion, Auscultation, Neurological Evaluation (Muscle testing, Pain, Sensory and reflex evaluation), Joint motion and anthropometric evaluation, Evaluation of posture and muscle shortness, Evaluation of walking and balance, Evaluation of GYA and functional level, and evaluation of the evaluation.  
FZTR511PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATION IN PUBLIC HEALTHPROF.   DR.   MEHTAP MALKOÇ, ASST.   PROF.   DR.   ZEHRA GÜÇHAN TOPÇUPHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONIt is aimed to examine the basic concepts and approaches of public health, the concept of health, ICF classification, the role of the physiotherapist in primary health care, preventive physiotherapy approaches, the place of preventive physiotherapy practices in health promotion, the role of physiotherapists in health policies
FZTR513PROSTHETICS AND ORTHOTICSASST.   PROF.   DR.   YASİN YURTPHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONWithin the content of this course, orthoses used in different diseases, prosthetic applications for different levels of amputations, and current approaches in rehabilitation will be discussed.  
FZTR598SEMINAR IN PHYSIOTHERAPY  PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONIn addition to the objectives of master's education, it aims to develop new methods for solving complex problems in special subjects in physiotherapy, to develop education and research skills, and to increase presentation skills.  
FZTR600PH. D THESIS  PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONIt is aimed to complete the thesis study by evaluating, discussing and concluding the results of the research and examination in the light of the latest developments under the supervision of the advisor for the students who have started the thesis and term project of the student applying to the doctoral program.  
FZTR602CLINICAL PRACTICE IN PHYSIOTHERAPY IIPROF.   DR.   İNCİ YÜKSELPHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONPassing along the new developments about special methods which are utilized in orthopedy, pediatrics, geriatrics and neurology and gaining the practice abilities are the aims of this course. This contains clinical studies and field studies.  
FZTR606RESEARCH IN CARDIOPULMONARY PHYSIOTHERAPYPROF.   DR.   MEHTAP MALKOÇPHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONThe clinical pathologies, evaluation methods by using proper tools, interpretation of these results and application of various physiotherapy treatments in the rehabilitation of many different cardiopulmonary diseases involving different signs, symptoms and frequency.  
FZTR698SEMINAR  PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONIn addition to the Ph. D.   learning objectives, it is aimed to develop new methods for the solution of complex problems in special topics in physiotherapy, to develop the ability of education and research and to increase the ability of presentation.  
FZTR699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATIONThe aim of the proficiency exam is to have both the oral and written tests of the student's knowledge about the basic subjects and the doctoral studies.  
GAST500MASTER THESIS  GASTRONOMY  
GAST511ADVANCED FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENTASST.   PROF.   DR.   M.   GÜVEN ARDAHANGASTRONOMYBu dersin amacı, yeni stratejik sistem yaklaşımının yiyecek ve içecek yönetiminde nasıl kullanılabileceğini göstermektir.   Bu ders ayrıca, öğrencilerin düzgün yönetilerek verimliliği ve etkinliği artırmak için yardımcı olabilecek kritik faktörlerin öğrenilmesindeki farkındalığı artıracaktır.   Öğrenciler ayrıca yazılı ve sözlü ve kişilerarası iletişim dahil olmak üzere problem çözme, öğrenmeyi öğrenme ve kaynak kullanımı ve takım çalışması gibi becerilerini geliştirmeye teşvik edilecektir.  
GAST598SEMINAR  GASTRONOMY  
GNDR502FEMINIST THEORIES 2ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   NURTEN KARAGENDER STUDIESThe aim of the course is to introduce, in some cases, and enrich, in other cases, students' understanding of some of the central theoretical orientations and debates which have defined Women's/Gender Studies.   This theoretical overview will be an analysis of Postmodern and Post-structural Feminism, transnational feminism, as well as various theories concerning feminist epistemology.   One important theme running through the course is the definition of and distinction between gender and sex, paying special attention to the way these ideas have been conceptualized differently and have been revised in phenomena.   The course also aims to increase the sensitivity of the students to the importance of understanding gender in relation to other important social factors such as “race," class, sexuality, national context, and others.   Students will gain experience reading and using theory in their own writing, and sharpen their facilities for critical writing and oral analysis in different historical and cultural contexts.   The course helps students understand more generally how history has shaped ideas and the way in which theory functions as a tool for explaining gendered readings on sexuality.  
GNDR504APPLICATION OF FEMINIST METHODOLOGIESPROF.   DR.   FATMA GÜVEN LİSANİLERGENDER STUDIESAn overview of feminist methodological issues and dilemmas and an introduction to a variety of research methods and their application on case studies will be covered in this course
GRAD501GRADUATE RESEARCH SKILLS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERSPROF.   DR.   OSMAN YILMAZCHEMISTRYThis course aims to provide a solid foundation in conducting quality research at graduate level (especially at Master level) in the fields of science and engineering.   Scientific research methods and their implications at different stages of the research process will be studied.   Emphasis will also be placed on how to locate and make the best use of relevant sources, the development of a positive attitude toward research, the appreciation of scientific values (integrity, ethics, originality and academic freedom), and developing skills in the use of appropriate academic genres (research proposals, different types of report, journal papers, thesis) employing an appropriate format, style and language.   The use of information technologies at all stages of research (on-line literature search, data processing, written communication and presentations) and other contemporary methods will also be considered together with a range of practical applications.  
HMSR500THESIS  NURSINGThe student practices thesis studies in the field of nursing under supervision of thesis advisor.   Basic research areas of nursing are ; maintaining or supporting health conditions of healthy or sick individuals, preventing illnesses and analysis of nursing approaches of caring and treatment throughout illnesses, developing care methods and protocols in nursing, analysis of nursing concepts and care methods, nursing profession, nursing ethics, nursing services and care methods.  
HMSR501RESEARCH IN NURSING – IPROF.   DR.   GÜLÜMSER KUBLAY, PROF.   DR.   HATİCE BEBİŞ, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLTEN SUCU DAĞNURSINGThe course aims to improve students' ability of evaluating the results of conducted research, recognizing basic statistical methods, developing application abilities, classifying the research data by using statistics software, analyzing and examining a research article in terms of statistics.  
HMSR504MEDICAL ASPECTS OF DISEASES AND NURSING APPROACH – IIASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLTEN SUCU DAĞ, ASST.   PROF.   DR.   HANDAN SEZGİNNURSINGThe course focuses on the physiopathologies of most common diseases which disrupt the cell, organ and system functions.   Symptoms and findings of case vignettes, dysfunction of organs and system are discussed with the cause and effects questions.  
HMSR509FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING  ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HALİSE ÇOŞKUN, DOÇ.   DR HÜLYA FIRAT KILIÇNURSINGThe course aims to improve students' knowledge related to fundamentals of nursing by focusing on the basic concepts, principles and methods about nursing and approaches and developments regarding nursing fundamentals.  
HMSR511NURSING CARE PROCESS  ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HALİSE ÇOŞKUN, DOÇ.   DR HÜLYA FIRAT KILIÇNURSINGNursing care process is followed with an analytic approach by practicing problem solving, critical thinking and decision making processes.   Students are expected to develop a comprehensive nursing care plan for individuals who need different care requirements by focusing on problem solving, critical thinking and decision making abilities.  
HMSR513THE BASIC PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPT IN SURGICAL NURSING –IIPROF.   DR.   SEVİNÇ TAŞTAN, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLTEN SUCU DAĞNURSINGThroughout the course, students will be able to analyze a case related to surgical subjects and they will develop their skills regarding decision making in accurate nursing attempts, identifying problems in a correct way by integrating their knowledge to the current analyzed case.  
HMSR515CRITICAL CARE NURSINGPROF.   DR.   SEVİNÇ TAŞTAN, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLTEN SUCU DAĞNURSINGKnowledge related to intensive care, emergency and surgery patients' care, training and rehabilitation will be taught and the course will increase the students' knowledge and attitude towards these areas.  
HMSR524CARDIOMETHABOLIC HEALTH AND NURSING CAREASST.   PROF.   DR.   HANDAN SEZGİNNURSINGThis lesson aims to teach in depth anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of cardiomethabolic organs.   Students gain detailed knowledge on invasive treatment procedures and patient care.   They learn their role about giving information to patient and patients family on protection from cardiomethabolic disease.  
HMSR527WOMEN'S HEALTH NURSING - IIASST.   PROF.   DR.   ROJJİN MAMUKNURSINGThis course explains health problems related to women's health according to life stage, the roles and responsibilities of nurses to maintain and promote of women's health according to life periods
HMSR528PERINATOLOGY NURSINGASST.   PROF.   DR.   ROJJİN MAMUKNURSINGThis course explain to preparation of pre-pregnancy period of women's and his partners and its include nursing care related to pregnancy, labor and delivery and postpartum period to protect and promote mother, fetus and newborn health.  
HMSR529HEALTH ASSESSMENT OF CHILD      PROF.   DR.       SEMA KUĞUOĞLUNURSINGThis course contains the data collection methods such as interview, observation and physical assessment, principles of data collection from child and family, nursing diagnosis taxonomy, collaborative problems, analysis of collected data from child and family and determine the nursing diagnosis and/or collaborative problems.  
HMSR531CHILD HEALTH AND DISEASE NURSING – II    PROF.   DR.       SEMA KUĞUOĞLUNURSINGThe objective of the Child Health and Disease Nursing - II is to bring up pediatric nurses who can give holistic, family-centered, atraumatic nursing care to child and family for aiming health promotion, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of them, for this purpose developed critical thinking, decision making, problem solving skills, be able to communicate effectively, to fallow the nursing values ethical principles in practice, tend to learn new something continuously, may create the change for continuous quality improvement.      
HMSR533  MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHIATRIC NURSING – II    ASST.   PROF.   DR.   BERNA ARİFOĞLUNURSINGIn this course students realize the basic theory and practices of the psychiatric nursing and develop skills on protection and rehabilitation on mental health of individuals, families and the community.  
HMSR534COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH NURSING    ASST.   PROF.   DR.   BERNA ARİFOĞLUNURSINGIn this course students realize the basic theory and practices of the community mental health nursing and develop skills on protection and rehabilitation on mental health of individuals, families and the community
HMSR536PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING - IIPROF.   DR.   GÜLÜMSER KUBLAY, PROF.   DR.   HATİCE BEBİŞNURSINGThis course explain to nursing process within changing public health nursing roles at health promotion and protection interventions.  
HMSR537PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING PRACTICEPROF.   DR.   GÜLÜMSER KUBLAY, PROF.   DR.   HATİCE BEBİŞNURSINGStudents use the basic public health nursing knowledge and skills at practices and understand the role of public health nurse in health services in this course.  
HMSR538CASE STUDIES AND CARE MANAGEMENT IN MEDICAL NURSINGASST.   PROF.   DR.   HANDAN SEZGİNNURSINGThis lesson allows students to have in depth knowledge about basic concepts of nursing and the models which used in nursing care processes and management.   Provides information about planning and implementing nursing care processes for adult individuals.  
HMSR598SEMINAR  NURSINGMaking literature review is taught with the aim of evaluating scientific developments related to nursing.   The course includes the process of writing compilation article, process of writing research article, literature review and resourcing, criteria of evaluating publications, ethics of research and publication.  
HMSR600PH.   D.   THESIS  NURSINGThe student practices thesis studies in the field of nursing under supervision of thesis advisor.    
HMSR603THEORIES AND MODELS OF NURSING SCIENCE - IIPROF.   DR.   SEVİNÇ TAŞTAN, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HALİSE ÇOŞKUN, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HÜLYA FIRAT KILIÇNURSINGStudents will develop the skills and knowledge to apply nursing models into the fields of nursing education, management, practice and research, critically evaluate the models and conduct a clinical study based on a nursing model.  
HMSR604QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN NURSINGPROF.   DR.   GÜLÜMSER KUBLAY, PROF.   DR.   HATİCE BEBİŞ, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLTEN SUCU DAĞ                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NURSINGThis course include different aspects of the design features of the qualitative and quantitative research, qualitative research and nursing, qualitative research design, types of qualitative research, qualitative data collection methods, sample selection methods in qualitative research, qualitative data analysis, dissemination and evaluation principles of qualitative research report.  
HMSR609  ANALYTICAL APPROACHES IN SURGICAL NURSINGPROF.   DR.   SEVİNÇ TAŞTAN, ASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLTEN SUCU DAĞ                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        NURSINGThe student will examine current topics related to surgical nursing using different perspectives and analytical methods and discuss new problem-solving approaches.   Clinical decision-making and healthcare systems, strategy development to solve the problems, innovations, nursing care models, improvement of life quality will be discussed in this course.    
HMSR617    SPECIAL ISSUES IN NURSINGPROF.   DR.   GÜLÜMSER KUBLAY, PROF.   DR.     HATİCE BEBİŞNURSINGNeeded in the field of nursing students in a matter of custom work was built under guidance.   Selected topics related to the concepts, theories and new developments are examined in detail.   Gained wide application field of the student to use the knowledge provided
HMSR698PH.   D.   SEMINAR  NURSINGMaking literature review is taught with the aim of evaluating scientific developments related to nursing.   The course includes the process of writing compilation article, process of writing research article, literature review and resourcing, criteria of evaluating publications, ethics of research and publication.  
HOTM501ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTASST.   PROF.   DR.   ALİ ÖZDURANHOTEL MANAGEMENTThe purpose of this course is to study human behaviour in service industries; especially in hospitality organizations, at the individual and group levels.   Specific attention will be given to using Organizational Behavior concepts for developing and improving interpersonal skills.   The course also aims to broaden the student's perceptions on the causes and effects of interpersonal and group behavior, its dynamics and influences, and organizational behavior relating to organizational climates, conflict and structural design.  
HOTM502STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYPROF.   DR.   OSMAN M.   KARATEPEHOTEL MANAGEMENTThis is a challenging course that focuses on how firms formulate, implement, and evaluate strategies.   This course aims to make students use all the knowledge obtained from past courses (e. g. , tourism and hospitality operations, marketing management, organizational behavior, and financial management), coupled with new strategic management techniques learned, for charting the future direction of service organizations.   Thus, students are expected to discuss a number of case studies and come up with suggestions for business practice.  
HOTM503MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   MİNE HAKTANIRHOTEL MANAGEMENTThis course focuses on the use of financial information for managerial decision making in the international hotel and tourism industry.   This course develops the students' ability to use accounting techniques as an aid to planning and controlling operations as well as giving an understanding of company accounting/reporting process.   At the end of this course the students will be able to measure business performance through use of strategic performance measurement techniques, prepare profit planning frameworks, understand and set business budgets, and use contemporary pricing issues in making decisions
HOTM504MARKETING MANAGEMENT FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYPROF.   DR.   OSMAN M.   KARATEPEHOTEL MANAGEMENTThis course intends to provide students with detailed information about the marketing environment, components of the marketing mix, market segmentation, and planning.   This course is concerned with the development, evaluation, and implementation of marketing management in the tourism and hospitality industry.   The course also deals primarily with an in-depth analysis of a variety of concepts, theories, facts, analytical procedures, techniques, and models.  
HOTM505TOURISM PLANNING AND POLICY DEVELOPINGPROF.   DR.   HABIB ALIPOURHOTEL MANAGEMENTTourism Policy and Panning aims to achieve an understanding of tourism development through providing knowledge about planning techniques and principles of policy making processes.   The main emphasis is on tourism development and issues specific to tourism industry.   Although 'planning' has been employed to overcome numerous difficulties in major urban areas, it has also applied to regional development projects at both macro and micro levels.   with the complex economic and environmental discourse as well as the 'sustainability' platform; planning can provide means and processes to reconcile the contradictions and conflicts that are challenging in the new millenium.  
HOTM521TOURISM ECONOMICSASST.   PROF.   DR.   CAHİT EZELHOTEL MANAGEMENTDersin temel amacı, ekonomi derslerinde öğretilen temel kavramları kullanarak turizm ve misafirperverlik sektörlerinin ülkelerin, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONlerin ve tüketicilerin ekonomik hayatlarındaki rolünü incelemektir.   Bu derste öğrencilere turizmin ekonomik etkilerini milli gelir, ödemeler dengesi, istihdam ve turizmin arz ve talebini etkileyen faktörler üzerine inceleyip incelemelerini sağlayacak gerekli bilgi ve araçlarla donatılmış olacaklardır.    
HOTM599TERM PROJECT  HOTEL MANAGEMENT  
ICTE500MASTER THESIS  INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONThe objectives of this course are to enable the students to understand and doing a research in the subject areas of Computer Education and Instructional Technology.   Program of research leading to M. S.   degree, arranged between student and faculty member.   Students register for this course in all semesters starting latest with third semester while the research program or write-up of thesis is in progress.   At the end of the working period, the learner is expected to finish the research subject under the supervision of his/her supervisor, be able to defend his/her thesis, to get M. Sc.   Degree.  
ICTE502DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS    INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONThe design, development, implementation and evaluation of teaching and learning materials for the Education, industry and / or human resource programs.  
ICTE503RESEARCH METHODS IN COMPUTER AND INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES EDUCATION  INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONMain research areas in Computer and Instructional Technologies, formation of research design, techniques and methods in execution and evaluation.  
ICTE509CONSTRUCTIVIST LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: THEORY, DESIGN AND EVALUATION    INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONHistorical development and theoretical foundations of constructivist learning; The principles, practices and    limitations of    the    constructivist learning theories (state of learning, case-based learning, problem-based, etc.   );    the design, implementation and evaluation of the constructive learning environments.  
ICTE514INTERACTIVE APPLICATIONS IN INTERNET BASED EDUCATIONPROF.   DR.   M.   YAŞAR ÖZDENINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONThis course will be cover the activities, types of interaction activities and the technologies     that will be designed and developed   theoretically   for the web-based courses.     The definition   of the activities for an effective online learning , the definition of interaction, types of   interaction,   the technologies   for the interaction activities, the design   of interaction activities, the development of interaction activities, the timing of interaction activities are introduced in this course.   Students are supposed to design an interaction educational web lessons based on the interaction is expected to design web sites for educational purposes at the end of the course.  
ICTE520ADVANCED STATISTICSDOÇ.   DR: FAHME DABAJINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONModerate measurements, variance measurements, correlation, regression, probability distribution.     Rank probability, averages, percentiles, correlation coefficients.   Testing of differences between the averages.   The analysis of variance.   Covariance technique.   Percent difference between the testing and independence.  
ICTE534TRENDS IN ICT AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY      INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONReview of the studies in the field of educational technology based on certain standards educational technology.   Classification of the studies.   Determination of the recent trends in educational technology.   Depending on their needs and uncover new field of study.  
ICTE598SEMINAR  INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONIntroduction to the ICT and Instruction, basic research in instructional technologies, ICT and ICT education, problems, trends, current issues and projects.  
ICTE599TERM PROJECT  INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONTerm Project is individual work of a student that should be submitted as a report and defended in front of a jury.  
ICTE600PH. D.   THESIS  INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONThe objectives of this course are to enable the students to understand and doing a research in the subject areas of Computer Education and Instructional Technology.   Program of research leading to Ph. D.   degree in the field of computer education and instructional technology, arranged between the student and a faculty member from the department.   At the end of the working period, the learner is expected to finish the research subject under the supervision of his/her supervisor, be able to defend his/her thesis, to get PhD Degree.  
ICTE698SEMINAR    INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATIONIntroduction to the ICT and Instruction, basic research in instructional technologies, ICT and ICT education, problems, trends, current issues and projects.  
ICTE699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN EDUCATION  
IENG500MASTER THESIS  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGThis is a master thesis course which is based on research in the field of Industrial Engineering.   It offers students with the opportunity to conduct their own research on a specific topic.   The topic of the thesis should be determined by consultation with a supervisor and approved by the department chair.   The student can register this course as early as the second academic term.   The thesis work has to be presented and defended in front of at least three-member jury.    
IENG513PROBABILISTIC MODELSASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   SAHAND DANESHVARINDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGAxiomatic approach to probability; conditional probability; random variable.   Commonly used discrete and continuous distributions.   Expectation of a random variable; jointly distributed random variables; marginal and conditional distributions; independent random variables.   Multinomial and multivariate normal distributions.   Functions of random variables, moments, conditional expectation, m. g. f.   and p. g. f. , Markov inequality, law of large numbers, central limit theorem.   Discrete-time Markov chains, Kolmogorov-Chapman equations, classification of states, steady-state probabilities.   Applications from different areas.  
IENG518NON-LINEAR OPTIMIZATIONDOÇ. D R.   SAHAND DANESHVARINDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGLocal and global optima.   Newton-type, quasi-Newton, and conjugate gradient methods for unconstrained optimization.   Kuhn-Tucker theory and Lagrangean duality.   Algorithms for linearly constrained optimization, including steepest ascent and reduced gradient methods with applications to linear and quadratic programming.   Interior point methods.   Non-linearly constrained optimization including penalty and barrier function methods, reduced and projected gradient methods, Lagrangean methods.   Computer implementation.    
IENG531PRODUCTION PLANNING AND SCHEDULINGASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÖKHAN İZBIRAKINDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGAnalysis of some specific problem areas within the context of planning and scheduling of production activities.   Definition, formulation and available solution procedures for aggregate planning, lot sizing, material requirements planning, cutting stock, line balancing, single processor scheduling, multi processor scheduling problems.  
IENG581DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTSASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ADHAM MACKIEHINDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGThe simple comparative experiments, experiments with a single factor, fixed effect and random effect models, model adequacy checking, choice of sample size, randomized blocks and latin squares design, incomplete  block design, factorial designs,  rules for  sums of squares and expected mean squares, fractional factorial designs and regression analysis.   Moreover, the statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) will be introduced.    
IENG598GRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGThis course is designed to orient the students for research by emphasizing reading, comprehension, discussion and performing exercises on IE/OR problem areas.   For this purpose, each student is required to choose an IE/OR topic that is suitable to his/her academic background and interests, study this topic under the guidance of faculty members, make a literature survey, and point out the relevant further research areas.   Throughout this course each student is also required to read and study some technical papers and give a series of seminars.  
IENG599TERM PROJECT  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGIn this course, the student is expected to work on a well-defined short project, covering a specific area of his/her choice.   Alternatively, the work could cover any specific industrial problem and its solution or could even be a literature survey of a research topic.   The end result will be a compilation of a final technical report of the study.    
IENG600PH. D.   DISSERTATION  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGThis is a doctoral dissertation based on a significant research in the field of Industrial Engineering.   In a Ph. D.   Thesis at least one of the following is sought: Introducing an innovation to science, developing an innovative scientific method or applying a known method to a new field.   The topic of the dissertation should be determined by consultation with a supervisor and approved by the department chair so that to have a suitable complexity which enables the student to publish the findings for expert audience.   The student can register this course as early as the third academic term.   The thesis work will be presented and defended in front of a five-member jury of which one member from outside the university.    
IENG698GRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR-II  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGThis non-credit compulsory course is for all students starting from their second semester.   The course aims to provide students with knowledge of scientific research techniques, procedures and to make them aware of research ethics.   Students should identify a research topic on Industrial Engineering and review its relevant literature.   Additionally a report should be written and at least one presentation must be made.    
IENG699PH. D. QUALIFYING EXAM  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERINGIt is a review process which is intended to early assess the student's preparation and aptitude toward completing a Ph. D.   Degree.   Students having at least 3. 0 grade point average in doctoral coursework and fulfill all other pre-candidacy requirements can register to the course.   The evaluation process is administered by the graduate committee of the department of Industrial Engineering.   The review process goes through a two-session written and an oral examinations to be conducted during the last week of the academic semester.   A student failing the qualifying examination twice is dismissed from the program.  
ILET500MASTER THESIS  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESConsistent with the Regulations of the Institute for Graduate Education and Research, students will register to this course until completing their theses.  
ILET501MASS COMMUNICATION AND SOCIETY  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course provdes students w'th useful analytical tools for conceptualizing the broad contexts within which the Mass media are situated.   In this course we will explore these questions.   What does the media do? Repeat the truth? Make up the truth? Entertain in order to be more profitable? What are the unseen forces that determine what we view and read? How does media content affect the nature of society? Some selected topics are role of the audience, effects controversy, ratings, visual images which dominate our society, news, public opinion.  
ILET504COMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHOD  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course aims to introduce the students to the epistemology, ontology and methodology of standard and alternative research in communication studies.   It provides not only the theoretical background but also practical skills of carrying out research in communication.   The students taking this course are expected to contrast research with reasoned inquiry and common sense; to identify problems which will justify communication research; to formulate researchable research techniques; to select appropriate research techniques; to write a succinct, detailed and persuasive research proposal, to present it orally and defend it against criticism; to explore quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and produce research reports in both of them.  
ILET519SPECIAL ISSUES IN PUBLIC RELATIONSASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ÜLFET KUTOĞLU KURUÇCOMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESSystematic exploration of the field of public relations.   The central focus is on how public relations evolved organizationally in relation to its political, economic, legal and social dynamics.   Topics under analysis include communication, public opinion, theoretical models of PR, the public relations process, definitions of the problems, internal and external publics, international and global communication media, globalization and the mass media.  
ILET524SEMIOTICS  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESHuman cultures are understood as consisting of meanings built by signs and symbols, involved by myths, rituals, language, science, and all other cultural phenomena.   How these meanings are searched and made comes under the branch of semiotics.   Semiotics - the science of the signs - searches how the signs of a culture represent the world.   The ability to understand or to decode signs and symbols makes it possible to get an access to the culture of a specific people, and provides one with the necessary information needed for several branches in communication, e. g.   media and advertising.   The course emphasizes on analyzing and understanding everyday objects and their presentation in advertising.   Equipped with the necessary topic related terminology, and actual reading materials the student will learn how to read advertising elements such as photos, pictures, graphics, and web page layouts.   Furthermore the student will be able to give attention to the design of culture specific advertising material.  
ILET532UNDERSTANDING MEDIA  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESGraduate students in communication and media studies need to have academic skills necessary for critical readings of various cultural (including the print/visual media) texts.       Introducing theoretical background for approaching/analyzing the hegemonic and counter-hegemonic texts, this course aims to provide the ability to see the `things` differently in the field of Communication Studies.     The course will provide an overview of the different approaches to textual analysis with particular emphasis on post-structuralist approaches that take all the cultural texts/practices as discursive, to be read like other texts.   First part of the course will base on recent post-structuralist and post-modern theorists' and philosophers' works such as Michel Foucault, Chantal Mouffe and Ernesto Laclau, Jacques Derrida that contributed to the discourse theories.   Second part of the course will cover the evaluation of the researches/works that were done by the scholars who are in the field of Cultural Studies.   Giving this course during the Fall term, the students will be prepared to the “Seminar in Discourse Analysis"(JRN 525) that will be opened in the following Spring term as an elective course for the ones who want to apply critical discourse analysis to the cultural texts.      
ILET553GENDER AND THE MEDIA  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESIt is necessary for potential media professionals to have a gender perspective with the understanding of “globalizing social life" and "world in change. " The intention of this MA seminar is to provide an introduction to contemporary gender issues in the social sciences and humanities; in disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, cultural studies and post-colonial studies.     In addition to this, special attention will be given to various perspectives in gender analysis, such as, for instance, the first, second, and third waves of feminism, and their subsequent effects on the social sciences and humanities.   The concept of gender and its influence on contemporary academic disciplines will be the primary focus of this seminar.   Participants will be given a variety of interesting readings covering a broad range of perspectives.   Some of the concepts that will be investigated include; patriarchy, sex and gender, gender mainstreaming, public and private dichotomy.   Those students who wish to join this seminar will be required to complete the essential readings list in the seminar outline, read a book related to one of the specific areas that we will cover, and write a critique or analysis of it (handing in various drafts and a final copy as directed).  
ILET584THE ART OF PERSUASION: RHEOTORIC IN ADVERTISINGASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   AGAH GÜMÜŞCOMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIEShis course provides the student with grounding in both classical rhetoric and its critical use in the study of advertising copywriting.   It is the contention of this course that advertising can be profitably viewed as, fundamentally, an application of rhetorical principles to the building of persuasive selling messages.   The course emphasizes the foundation status of Aristotle's The Art of Rhetoric but will also look at extracts from rhetorical works by Plato, Isocrates and Ramus.   It will be seen that ancient concerns regarding the ethics of rhetoric closely mirror current concerns regarding the ethics of advertising.   Students will be introduced to the 'figures of speech' (the tropes and schemes of rhetoric) and will be asked to both analyze contemporary advertising with respect to the figures and also produce copy of their own using them.   The work of Edward McQuarrie will be closely examined in terms of its ramifications for contemporary changes in advertising methodology.   Finally, issues surrounding current debates concerning the rhetoric of rhetoric will be applied to the advertising industries own attempts at self-justification, self-appraisal and self-regulation.  
ILET598SEMINAR  COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIESMany graduate students under-perform in their course work, exams, and eventually their theses due to poorly developed basic study skills.   Taking essay writing as its basic activity, this course demonstrates how the integration of study, planning, time Management, rhetorical and language skills is an essential prerequisite of good results.   The course will be run on a “workshop" basis – much of the actual exercises we will be doing will occur during class time.   Come expecting to participate in discussions and practical work.   There will also be occasional homework assignments.   All of this work is important as it will form the basis of students' coursework Mark.   In the final essay students will be expected to demonstrate all the skills they have acquired during the course – preparing outlines, drafts, coherent argument, etc.  
INAR500THESIS  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE  
INAR501INTERDISCIPLINAY WORKSHOP  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREInterdisciplinary Workshop is a compulsory course offered to all graduate students at an interdisciplinary level.   Since architecture stands at the intersection point of different study areas, the interdisciplinary character of the professional studies have to be employed.   Thus, the aim of this compulsory course is to guide the students to carry out certain researches   around their different interest areas while the theme remaining constant within one semester.     The sub-research groups are selected according to the various sub-topics of different architectural themes such as design in all scales; theory; history; conservation-restoration; economy; technology, environmental control; construction and materials; management etc. .   These research options are kept large in order to give students more freedom in selecting the topic of their contribution to the workshop.   Different workshop methods are applied in achieving a mutual end product, taking inputs from different disciplines and viewing the theme from different perspectives.     The role of the instructor(s) is to coordinate the workshop process and to act as a mediator.     Guest lecturers and experts are invited to support the fundamentals of the concerned sub-themes / areas.     Depending on the number and research areas of the attended students, they are required to work either in a single group or as sub-groups forming the whole.     A variety of research methods are experienced by the students; as literature survey; analysis techniques covering observation; photographing; sketching, etc. ; workshops towards problem solving; group discussions led by instructors; synthesizing the collected data of the research; presentations (verbal, graphics and posters), etc.  
INAR505ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE(Based on the subject matter, the main aim of this course is to provide an introduction to the process / methods of research plan formulation and implementation and the appraisal of completed pieces of research.   The course also aims to give guidance on developing a research strategy, programme and a project that would be appropriate in the early stages of a dissertation/thesis or grant application.   It also aims to provide an introduction to the design of experiments and investigations and analysis of data as would be suitable and necessary for the undertaking of postgraduate study. ) This is a required course intended to foster academic research methods and writing skills that will enable new Master students to participate fully in scholarly life and discourse as professionals.     It is designed as a venue for each student to develop a strong dissertation prospectus that includes a clear statement of dissertation topics, research questions, a well-thought-out description of methodology, a consideration of potential primary and secondary sources, and a carefully prepared bibliography.   All these aspects of historical analysis are intimately interconnected.   It is intended that the writing will focus on the framework of the prospectus.   The work produced for this course should be an integral part of the prospectus and, ultimately, of the dissertation.     The course also serves as an introduction to professional activities such as writing and presenting conference papers, preparing grant proposals and curriculum vitae, and writing book reviews.     The standards and requirements of all assignments will reflect the goal of communicating one's research and intellectual work to the international scholarly community in high quality English prose.  
INAR511INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE ISSUES  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREExercises guided by the instructor will make the students research deeply into a specific field and learn how to deal with a specific problem.   The exercises that will be carried on individually will make the student aware of the configuration of interior spaces regarding the knowledge gathered.   Subjects included within the content of the course can be listed as follows: Main architectural principles from interior architecture perspective, human being and his/her limits, ergonomics, perception, understanding, apprehension, cognition, image , identity, individuality, social and cultural issues; culture, cultural and personal limits, subjectivity, social interaction.  
INAR542CONTEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREIn the past, the architectural options were often limited to local materials and traditional methods of working.   But over recent decades   the globalisation of trade plus global communications and transport logistics networks have changed the situation drastically.   For the architects and interior designers, the search for the “perfect"   materials has become very important subject.   Discovery of the new technologies and transfer of existing material to other contexts are two principles for the research on innovative materials.   Each innovative materials has assets and disadvantages.   The process of selecting the right interior materials should cover the aspects of health and safety codes, economic criteria, environmental criteria, installation information, industry standards and regulations.   The aim of this   course is to help the interior designers select the suitable innovative materials and installation techniques in terms of   the factors mentioned above.  
INAR543INNOVATIVE APPROACHES IN INTERIOR DESIGN  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREIn this course, the developments in technology and materials, which lead to innovations in interior design are handled.   The design factors that affect innovative contemporary interior design solutions are examined; the designs are analysed in terms of form, structure and construction methods; and are evaluated through aesthetical, technical, economical and ergonomical characteristics.  
INAR561INTERIOR SPACEDESIGN THEORIES &THECHNIQUES  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREIssues addressed in the course include: Definitions of design, evolution of design, design process, and design theories, design methods and techniques, relationships between designing, learning, perceving and creating, models and visualisation, and visualisation tools, design and styles, design, creativity, ınnovation and relationships to each other; and new tendencies of design in the millenium.  
INAR566INTERIOR SPACE AND FORM  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREWithin the context of this course, the internal space, a representative of the image of user's spirit, that wraps our existence, is described and interpreted through functional activity requirements and discussed relationships between the architectural form and internal architectural space.   Besides defining the elements of the internal space theoretically, the space and form, bounding space will be analyzed in depth.   The relationship between space and form in architecture can be defined at different scales.     At this point, space-form affiliation is considered at internal space scale.   In addition to the necessities of use, such architectural forms are also objectified models of the ideas about the physical, spiritual and symbolic aspects of life and environment.   The space – form evaluation which engages sophisticated parameters in its structure, requires to be perceived and evaluated in a holistic manner.     The main target of this course is to interpret and evaluate the space within the context of form in order to strengthen the theories mentioned through design exercises.  
INAR591INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE STUDIO I  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREWithin the scope of Interior Architecture Studio I, the main aim is to bring the design aptitude of the students further.   In the context of the conceptual based projects that are going to be handled through multidisciplinary approaches, subjects like theories and techniques of design, interior spatial organization, process of interior architectural design (research, analysis, synthesis, and creative design), legitimate process, and the phases of interior architectural applications will be addressed.    
INAR592INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE STUDIO II  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREIn the context of the Interior Architecture Studio II course, production of contemporary designs with the awareness and interpretation of contemporary technological developments is expected.   With this perspective, information-and-communication technology-based application projects attaching importance to environmental ethics, and enhancing function-space-material-furnishing unity will be developed.   Besides, seminars intended for the preparation of the term project as a continuing part of this studio will be planned.    
INAR598SEMINAR  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE  
INAR599TERM PROJECT  INTERIOR ARCHITECTUREAs an aim of the course, it is expected from the students to search the characteristics and application details of the materials intended to be used for their projects and adapt these findings into a new application project, together with preparing a materials file and calculating the probable cost of the project and putting the findings in a report file.   This is a follow-up of the Interior Architecture Studio II course.  
INTL500MASTER THESIS  INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS  
INTL517INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORYASST.   PROF.   DR.   MEHMET AKMANINTERNATIONAL RELATIONSThis course will focus on the major theoretical perspectives and conceptual issues on nations and nationalism.   We will try to provide alternative answers to the following questions: What is a nation? Are nations a modern or perennial phenomena? Are there different types of nationalism? What are the main approaches to the study of nationalism? We will try to ground our responses to these questions by studying the emergence and contemporary dynamics of nationalism in a variety of cases.   The overarching goal of this course is to develop a deeper and well-rounded understanding of nationalism which is one of the most potent political ideologies of the contemporary world.        
INTL550THEORIES OF CONFLICT AND CONFLICT TRANSFORMATIONDR.   İPEK BORMANINTERNATIONAL RELATIONSThis course will survey the theory and the actual practice of both international and ethnic conflicts, and investigate possible methods of resolving these conflicts.   Special attention will be put on the processes of peacemaking and reconciliation between the adversaries through real life examples.   Within the broader conflict resolution field, processes as bargaining (negotiation), mediation by the "third party" involvement and other alternative dispute resolution processes will be analyzed.  
INTL551NEGOTIATIONS AND MEDIATION: THEORY AND PRACTICE      ASST.   PROF.   DR.   AYLİN GÜRZELINTERNATIONAL RELATIONSThe survey of the theory and the practice of international negotiations and mediation.  The ingredients and processes of bargaining (negotiation).    Conflict prevention.   Understanding and development of negotiation and mediation skills.  
INTL571COMPARATIVE POLITICSPROF.   DR.   YÜCEL VURALINTERNATIONAL RELATIONSTThe course first establishes a general framework of comparative methods including the comparison of many countries, few countries, and single-country studies.   It, than focusses on different methods to examine such   popular research topics in comparative politics as economic development and democracy, violent and peaceful transition to democracy, institutional structure and political performance, human rights and international relations.    
INTL598SEMINERPROF.   DR.   AHMET SÖZENINTERNATIONAL RELATIONSThe survey of the theory and the practice of international negotiations and mediation.  The ingredients and processes of bargaining (negotiation).    Conflict prevention.   Understanding and development of negotiation and mediation skills.  
INTL600PH. D.   THESIS  INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS  
INTL602INTERNATIONAL LAW AND ORGANIZATIONASST.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLAY UMANERINTERNATIONAL RELATIONSThe Seminar aims to capture the competing visions and perceptions of international law and international organization, and the tension between the 'traditional' and 'new' international law.   It will theorize on the relationship between international law and international relations.   The Seminar will also explore the process of fragmentation of international law and the difficulties arising from its diversification and expansion.  
INTL639THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM: STRUCTURES AND TRANSFORMATIONSASST.   PROF.   DR.   BERNA NUMANINTERNATIONAL RELATIONS  
INTL640CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND PEACEMAKINGDR.   İPEK BORMANINTERNATIONAL RELATIONSThis course will survey the theory and the actual practice of both international and ethnic conflicts, and investigate possible methods of resolving these conflicts.   Special attention will be put on the processes of peacemaking and reconciliation between the adversaries through real life examples.   Within the broader conflict resolution field, processes as bargaining (negotiation), mediation by the "third party" involvement and other alternative dispute resolution processes will be analyzed.  
INTL698SEMINER  INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSThe emergence and transformation of the world economy will be analyzed in the context of inter-state relations.   The course will consider the nature of hegemony, and its role in constituting political and economic institutions and structures at the international level.   It will also deal with the epistemological and ontological underpinnings of modern thinking about the global political economy, and introduce research students to current debates in the field.  
INTL699PH. D. QUALIFYING EXAM  INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS  
ITAS500THESIS  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (TURKISH)  
ITAS503RESEARCH METHODS  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (TURKISH)The course aims at understanding scientific research studies and research ethics.   In the context, all the components required to research are questioned; descriptions on the subjects necessary for strong and consistent research, problem definitions, and research questions are covered; and referencing techniques to primary and secondary resources are explicated.   At the end of the term, students are expected to generate scientific studies.  
ITAS508ROLE OF FURNITURE WITHIN DESIGN ACTIVITIES  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (TURKISH)Role of furniture within design activities or process will be examined with a special point of view considering interrelation between furniture-furniture, furniture-user and furniture-space.   The role, effect and modelling of different types of furniture such as “fit in furniture", “mobile/movable furniture" , “soft furniture" on design will also be explored to reinforce creative results.  
ITAS567FLEXIBILITY IN INTERIORS  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (TURKISH)Flexibility and adaptability of interior spaces to different users as well as the changing requirements of users in different life periods are very important features for the sustainability of these spaces.   The aim of this course is to introduce the students with the main ideas and principles of flexibility through the notions as modular coordination; open-building processes and infill systems.   The course will be supported by lectures on the types of flexibility as functional; structural and cultural flexibility.   The processes of flexibility as design flexibility; production flexibility and usage flexibility will be discussed through case-studies from the world.   The students are expected to make small scale exercises on the flexible design through the 'support' and 'infill systems'.  
ITAS572COLOR AND LIGHTING FOR INTERIORS    INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (TURKISH)Studies of psychological and physiological effects of color and light in the built environment are addressed within the content of e course.   Light as a form determinant of interior space is emphasized.   Studio/lecture presentations are planned where focus on design principles in lighting; lighting quality; and relationship between color and light within the general conception of interior atmosphere are questioned.   Introduction to artificial illumination design; lighting design based upon critical awareness of the luminous environment, and principles and perception of light are targeted.   Meanwhile the strong interaction between light and color are addressed.   Students learn to apply criteria related to human activity and environmental psychology in the development of appropriate color suggestion and lighting strategies.   Emphasis is placed on the understanding and application of quality of light, as well as the development of calculation methods, lighting and reflected ceiling plans, and lighting specifications.   Students also compile a color and lighting notebook for future reference.   Basics of color theory; some different approaches to designing with color; color-coding; constructing color schemes; and color`s relation to emotion are forming the main headings about the section of color.   The format is supported by exercises in color and lighting design based on student design solutions.  
ITAS598SEMINAR  INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (TURKISH)The purpose of the graduate seminars is to provide graduate students with exposure to a variety of research projects and activities in order to enrich their academic experiences.   The seminars by the students will also provide the department members with an opportunity to familiarize themselves with all graduate students within the department and learn about each student's research activities.   Finally, the seminars will provide the students with an opportunity to develop skills in presentation and discussion of research topics in a public forum.  
ITEC500THESIS  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYThe objective of the master's thesis is to enable the students to have a unique piece of work in the field of Information Technology, which includes evaluation or thorough analysis of a method.  
ITEC513ADVANCED SOFTWARE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENTASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   NAZİFE DİMİLİLERINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYThis course explores the practice as well as leading research in the field of software design and development.   It builds on the knowledge and skills learnt in undergraduate Software Design and development course.   The complete software design and development cycle is covered with latest methodologies and techniques including concepts such as project management, change control, process management, and software development and testing.   Students will perform research on selected topics and prepare a presentation and a short paper.  
ITEC521COMPUTER NETWORKING APPLICATIONSASST.   PROF.   DR.   HÜSNÜ BAYRAMOĞLUINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYIntroduction of the newest networking technologies with a special emphasis on wireless networking and optical networking, familiarizing students with current research areas.   TCP/IP overview.   Integrated services.   Differentiated services.   Multiprotocol Label Switching.   Ethernet overview and gigabit Ethernet.   Wireless Networks.   Optical Networks.  
ITEC540COMPUTER SECURITY AND CRYPTOGRAPHYASST.   PROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA T.   BABAGİLINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYThe course introduces fundamental principles and concepts in computer security and teaches cryptography as a leveraging tool for building secure computer systems.   Topics on cryptography include simple ciphers, both symmetric and asymmetric encryption, hash functions, message authentication codes and digital signatures.   Other main computer security issues such as authentication, access control, operating system security and secure programming are also given.   Security standards are briefly presented.  
ITEC582ARCHITECTURE AND HARDWAREASST.   PROF.   DR.   ALPER DOĞANALPINFORMATION TECHNOLOGYThe course provides the study of the structure, characteristics and operation of modern day computer systems including a basic background on the computers evolution, its design process and its internal characteristics which includes processor components, control unit architecture, memory organization and system organization.   The concept of reduced instruction set computers (RISC), superscalar processors and superpipelining is explained in detail.   The benefits of parallel processing and multicore processors are considered.  
ITEC598SEMINAR  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYThe aim of the seminar course is to improve the student's skills in conducting research in an area of interest for the student, preferably a topic related to the thesis work, and reporting the research findings both verbally and in writing.  
ITEC599TERM PROJECT  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYTerm Project is individual work of a student that should be submitted as a report and defended in front of a jury.  
KAAY500THESIS  URBAN ARCHEOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGEStudent must submit a thesis on results of their original investigation of a problem may be one of limited scope.   The thesis must show a significant style, organization and depth of understanding of the subject.   Thesis Study conducted with the supervision of an instructor.    
KAAY502ARCHITECTURAL SYSTEMS AND THEIR DEVELOPMENTASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   BÜLENT KIZILDUMANURBAN ARCHEOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGEThe course will focus on various methods of architectural construction, architectural styles, buildings within the framework of rural and urban environments and their settlement planning, underlining how such variants shape the design of architectural complexes.     The time-span will range from the prehistoric periods to today and the course will provide an overview of world architectural history from an archaeological viewpoint.     The course will also analyse the design of architectural constructions within an archaeological/philosophical viewpoints with the aim of providing how the function of buildings such as palaces/other administrative buildings, temples/sacred spaces and workshops can be derived from the archaeological/architectural record.     From the beginnings of the concept of architectural history, archaeological, industrial and historical buildings will be used as archaeological data to read their history in various ways.     The concepts of architectural constructions from prehistoric periods to Medieval and recent times will also be dealt with starting from the designers of buildings to the work of stone-masons.  
KAAY504ARCHAEOLOGY OF TURKEY AND THE HISTORY OF CIVILISATIONDR.   RIZA TUNCELURBAN ARCHEOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGEThis course will deal with the cultural development of Anatolia, starting with hunter-gatherer societies and the earliest settlements in Anatolia to the end of the Roman Empire using archaeological and historical data, with a view to Anatolia's place in the history of world civilisations and its contributions to it.   Subjects studied will include the Pre-Pottery Neolithic and Pottery Neolithic periods as well as Chalcolithic and Bronze Ages which will be mainly studied through material remains.     Later periods will also involve historical records, but overall, social/economic and political developments will be studied.     The transition to agriculture and the establishment of first settlements, the rise of political elites and cities, colonialism and imperial dynamics will be dealt with and the possible reasons for such developments will be discussed.     Following the end of the Bronze Age, the emergence of Neo-Hittite, Urartian and Lydian cultures will be summarised and the following Greek colonisation process, the interaction of such foreign colonies with the local cutures, the period of the Persian Empire, the kingdoms of the Hellenistic period and social/economic/political developments where the interaction of local kingdoms within the framework of world empires became varied will be studied.    
KAAY510A HISTORICAL AND THEORETICAL APPROACH TO THE OTTOMAN ARCHITECTURE AND ARTASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   NETİCE YILDIZURBAN ARCHEOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGEIn this course, it is aimed to examine the monumental architectural and art works designed in the formation of an urban texture in the Ottoman Empire Classical and Westernization periods with a multi-disciplinary perspective, in a comparative and critical environment.   The students will be encouraged to make research according to their field of expertise, and special emphasis will be given to the importance of these works in the management of the cultural heritage.  
KAAY511SETTLEMENTS IN THE LIGHT OF MATERIAL AND WRITTEN EVIDENCE IN THE BYZANTINE WORLDDR.   CEREN ERELURBAN ARCHEOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGEIn the context of the course, firstly, the existing sources about the Byzantine urban-rural formation and transformation processes will be examined.   Then, in line with the written documents, a scientific evaluation of architectural structures and cultural elements will be carried out within the city and campuses with different population and quality.   Within the scope of this evaluation, architectural characteristics and building types will be discussed and interpreted together with movable cultural assets.  
KAAY598SEMINAR  URBAN ARCHEOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF CULTURAL HERITAGEIn Seminar course, students are guided regarding the thesis writing and research methods.  
KORS500MASTER THESIS  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONSupervised research conducted individually by the student and constituting a final thesis.  
KORS501CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION STUDIO - I  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONFundamentals of architectural conservation project.   Field studies for measured drawings through survey of archeological site/ historical residential building.   Analysis of the building to determine its structural and material problems.   Examination of historical documents related with the building.   Restitutional studies and architectural conservation project scheme at the end.   Presentation with both drawings and report.  
KORS502CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION STUDIO - II  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONArchitectural restoration project of a monumental historical building.   Documentation through field studies.   Analysis of the building to consider its potentials and problems.   Historical research to provide basis for restitution study.   Architectural restoration project with the integration of theoretical considerations, functional and structural necessities.  
KORS503THEORY AND HISTORY OF CONSERVATION  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONReview of the historical background of restoration and conservation.   Presentation of the documentary sources of historical buildings.   Discussion of preservation concepts related with historic buildings and environments.   Examples of preservation approaches.  
KORS504METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN CONSERVATION  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONThis course introduces methods and tehcniques based on international commitments, laws and regulations valid in Turkey, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.   Tools and Instruments upon new technologies being investigated to be used for elaborating monumental, historical, archeological artifacts.   Students are expected to explore implementations based on contemporary conservation principles.  
KORS505ANALYSIS AND CONSERVATION OF MATERIAL DECAY IN HISTORIC STRUCTURES  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONProperties of historical building materials and the causes of their deterioration processes.   Philosophy of material conservation on historical buildings.   Modern analysis and remedial techniques of conservation interventions.   Discussion of examples related with material conservation.    
KORS506ANALYSIS AND TREATMENT OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONThis course introduces methods for the structural analysis of Archeologic, Industrial and historical monuments, including masonry, timber, iron, steel, and concrete structures.   Selection of a monumental building for the study.   Documentation of the structural system by the field investigation.   Visual observation of the structural problems.   Determination of the necessary investigations to understand the conditions of the soil.   Detection of the structural problems by nondestructive test techniques.  
KORS598SEMINAR  CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONThis seminar series will examine the various stages in the preparation   of a dissertation and introduce the theoretical and practical approaches available.  
LAW 500MASTER THESIS  LAW  
LAW 502CIVIL LAW IIASST.   PROF.   DR.   EMİNE K. RODOSLULAWThe course begins with general information on the concept of the family in Turkish Law, then the notions of engagement, marriage, divorce and judicial separation are studied, together with their consequences.   The course ends with a treatment of parent-child relations in relation to the concepts of legitimization, adoption, guardianship, curatorship and statutory advisors.  
LAW 512GENERAL CRIMINAL LAW IIASST.   PROF.   DR.   NURCAN GÜNDÜZLAWThis course examines the following topics: Application of punishments, capacity to punishment, suspension of punishments, dismissal of actions and setting aside of punishments, restoration of rights.    
LAW 522LABOUR LAW IIPROF.   DR.   ŞÜKRAN ERTÜRKLAWCollective bargaining,collective agreement,compulsory arbitration,unions,confederetions,industrial actions,strikes and lockouts,social security,work injuries and diseases,illness,invalidity insurance,death insurance,retirment,maternity,lump sum payment,contributions are the topics examined in this course.  
LAW 523EUROPIAN UNION LAWASST.   PROF.   DR.   ULAŞ GÜNDÜZLERLAWThe course examines the following topics:Historical background of European Union; sources of EU Law; institutions of EU; cases against member states and institutions of EU; basic principles of EU Law.  
LAW 526PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW IIPROF.   DR.   TURGUT TURHANLAWThis course examines: Conflict of Laws, general problems, choice of legal rules -law to be applied to the issue; law of International Civil Procedure, international jurisdiction, state immunity, recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards.  
LAW 532CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IIASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   DEMET Ç.   ULUSOYLAWThis course examines: Historical background of Turkish constitutional developments; the general characteristics of the 1982 Constitution including national state, democratic state, secularism, social state, the rule of law; the legislature, the structure of legislature, the legislative process, control over the executive, budgetary powers; the Executive, the President of the Republic, the Council of Ministers; the Judiciary, the independence of the judiciary, the Constitutional Court and judicial review of the constitutionally of laws
LAW 534ADMINISTRATIVE LAW IIASST.   PROF.   DR.   CAN AZERLAWThis course examines: Civil servants; public order and the police; public service; liability of state; administrative organization.      
LAW 536HUMAN RIGHTS LAW IIASST.   PROF.   DR.   SEDA O.   YÜCELLAWThis course covers: Human rights, historical roots and the development of the concept of human rights at national and international levels; national and international -universal and regional, protection of human rights; the United Nations system and the European Convention on human rights, rights granted, measures foreseen for the protection of said rights, the States' practices.  
LAW 542COMMERCIAL LAW IIPROF.   DR.   CELAL GÖLE, ASST.   PROF.   DR.   HAKAN BİLGEÇLAWThe purpose of this course is to study different types of Companies and problems thereof, in light of the provisions of the Turkish Code of Commerce.   In this context, unlimited partnerships, commercial partnerships, limited partnerships, joint stock companies, cooperative companies are examined.  
LAW 586RESEARCH METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN LAW  PROF.   DR.   TURGUT TURHANLAWThis course will be conducted in the graduate studies program of the students is required to write assignments, particularly necessary in the preparation of seminars and thesis.   There is a comprehensive technical content aimed at teaching writing a systematic scientific research, scientific research methods and resources can be utilized during the studies cited procedures of the contents of the course.   This course, students will be assessed on the basis of scientific research methods and techniques   of their work for other graduate courses and also the course will be to raise the level of our faculty with graduate studies.  
LAW 598SEMINAR  LAW  
MARC542BUILDING TECHNOLOGY AND STRUCTURAL DESIGN  ARCHITECTUREThe primary mission of architects is sustainability in architecture, which considers environmental criteria.   Introduction of the theory and concepts related to sustainability in building technology; to examine them at the scales of building material, element and overall building; definition of performance requirements and their relationship with the available technologies; to apply the theoretical knowledge of construction design to practice through case studies and assignments, definition of sub-systems and their integration and so on.  
MARC562PEOPLE-ENVIRONMENT STUDIESPROF.   DR.   ÖZGÜR DİNÇYÜREKARCHITECTUREIntroduction to the range of research into man- environment relationships   which have implications for design disciplines; theories, models, approaches and important concepts in man-environment studies in regards to anthropological, ecological, sociological, cultural issues.    
MARC581COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN ARCHITECTURE  ARCHITECTUREThe responsibilities of architects through the building production process, computer aided architectural design and rendering, computer aided modeling, computer applications for architectural database, and documentation
MARC591ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - I  ARCHITECTUREThis studio builds upon the experience of the previous design studios at   Bachelor Degree level, in the sense that increasingly complex design problems are addressed.    
MARC592ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN - II  ARCHITECTUREThis is the design studio aiming to develop first phase of the architectural design project which would be completed in Final Term Project.    
MARC594LEGAL AND MANAGERIAL ASPECTS OF ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE  ARCHITECTUREThis course introduces the fundamentals of planning, and Environment of   Management, project Planning including organizational planning and goal setting, strategy formulation and implementation, managerial decision making.    
MARC599TERM PROJECT  ARCHITECTUREThis is the design studio aiming to develop first phase of the architectural design project which would be completed in Final Term Project.    
MATH500MASTER THESIS  MATHEMATICS  
MATH501ANALYSISPROF.   DR.   A.   BASHIROVMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCEN-dimensional Euclidian space, elementary geometry and basic topological notations, covex sets, functions, limits and continuity of transformations, sequences in n-dimensional Euclidian space, Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem, relative neighbourhoods, continuous transformations, topological spaces, connectedness, compactness, metric spaces, spaces of continuous functions, noneuclidian norms, directional and partial derivatives, differential functions, relative extrema, convex and concave functions. .    
MATH523STATISTICAL DATA ANALYSISASST.   PROF.   DR.   YÜCEL TANDOĞDUMATHEMATICSBrief review of some important probability concepts.   Sampling methods.   Data description and validation.   Sample statistics.   Point, interval estimation of population parameters and associated errors.     Hypothesis testing on population parameters.   Linear regression and correlation,   multiple linear regression
MATH557FUNCTIONAS OF SEVERAL VARIABLESPROF.   DR.   MEHMET ALİ ÖZARSLANMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCEN-dimensional Euclidian space, elementary geometry and basic topological notations, covex sets, functions, limits and continuity of transformations, sequences in n-dimensional Euclidian space, Bolzano-Weierstrass theorem, relative neighbourhoods, continuous transformations, topological spaces, connectedness, compactness, metric spaces, spaces of continuous functions, noneuclidian norms, directional and partial derivatives, differential functions, relative extrema, convex and concave functions.  
MATH572COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN PDEPROF.   DR.   DERVİŞ SUBAŞIMATHEMATICSBasic linear algebra.   Method for designing difference schemes.   Explicit, implicit formulae, convergence and stability for parabolic equations in one space dimension.   ADI and LOD methods for parabolic eqautions in two space dimensions.   ADI and LOD methods, the Neumann and Robbin's problems for Laplace's equation in a square.   Laplace's equation in three variables.   Explicit, Implicit and LOD methods for Hyperbolic equations.  
MATH576FRACTIONAL CALCULUSASST.   PROF.   DR.   ARRAN FERNANDEZMATHEMATICSIn this course, we give the definitions of the Riemann-Liouville fractional order integral and fractional order derivative and investigate their properties such as mapping properties, semi group property, Leibnitz rule etc.   Fractional integrals and derivatives of complex order   are studied.   The special functions of fractional calculus are briefly investigated.     Moreover, Fourier, Laplace and Mellin transforms of fractional integrals and derivatives are given.  
MATH598SEMINAR  MATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE  
MATH600PH. D.   THESIS  MATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE  
MATH611COLLOCATION METHODS FOR VOLTERRA INTEGRAL AND RELATED FUNCTIONAL EQUATIONSASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   SUZAN C.   BURANAYMATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCEThe course aims to give the collocation method for ODEs as an introduction and give collocation methods for Volterra integral equations with smooth kernels.   Further, collocation methods for Volterra integro-differential equations with smooth kernels and for initial-value problems with non-vanishing delays will be studied.   Furthermore, numerical solution of initial-value problems with proportional (vanishing) delays will be analyzed.   Eventually, simulations and numerical applications will be essentially performed with the participations of the students to gain experimental learning.    
MATH698SEMINAR  MATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE  
MATH699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  MATHEMATICS / APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE  
MCLA501INTRODUCTION TO LAWASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   ARZU ALİBABCOMPARATIVE LAWThe main purpose of this course is to provide students with basic concepts of law and legal order.   In this context: Religious rules, rules of manners, moral rules, and legal rules are compared and definitions of law and legal rules are derived.   The sources of law are then treated: customary rules, written rules-hierarchy of norms-laws, decrees, regulations, and judicial decisions and doctrine.    
MCLA502INTERNATIONAL LAWASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HACER S.   ADAOĞLUCOMPARATIVE LAWThis course examines the following: Definition and historical development of International Law; theories of International Law; International Law-Municipal Law relations; sources of International Law, customary rules, international treaties -conclusion, ratification, application, interpretation, validity and termination, general principles of law, judicial decisions, doctrine; subjects of International Law, states, definition of states and elements such as population, sovereignty, independence, territory land, air and sea (including Turkish Straits), different types of States.  
MCLA503COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAWPROF.   DR.   LUKA MAZETTICOMPARATIVE LAWThe main purpose of this course is to examine the constitutionalism and certain fundamental concepts of the constitutional systems.   Generally, constitutional law deals with two topics which are the institutional dimension of the governmental systems and the dimension of  freedoms  and rights.   In this course, approaches to general foundation of the Constitutional Law and Constitutionalism theories will be covered.   Constituent powers, types of constitutions, altering constitutions, forms of governments such types of subjects  will be held during classes of the course.   In this direction, comparing constitutions of different governmental systems and from different legal traditions will  be scrutinized during  the course.   Studies on how constitutions regulate significant issues such as judicial review, and freedom and rights; their protections and limitation regimes  will be  the main parts of the course.  
MCLA508FREE MOVEMENT IN EUASST.   PROF.   DR.   ULAŞ GÜNDÜZLERCOMPARATIVE LAWThe course intends to focus on internal market.   As one of the main aims of EU is to set up an internal market where the factors of production i. e.   goods, persons, services and capital move freely, the course intends to  provide the students with the sufficient knowledge and reasoning on  the principles governing the free movement.   Also the powers of the EU to harmonise the laws of member states to remove the  obstacles before the free  movement  within the Union will be contemplated.  
MCLA510INTERNATIONAL LAW   OF THE SEADOÇ. DR.   HACER S.   ADAOĞLUCOMPARATIVE LAWThe content explores the history and sources of the Law of the Sea; UNCLOS's negotiation, achievement and general presentation; maritime zones; topical uses of the oceans and problems raised by the allocation of rights and duties in relation to the oceans; settlement of disputes; Turkey's maritime boundaries and other related aspects.  
MCLA514HUMAN RIGHTSASST.   PROF.   DR.   CATERINA DRIGOCOMPARATIVE LAWThe course of Human Rights is finalized to analyze, in first place, in a historical perspective, theories and models about the protection of fundamental and social rights.   Further attention is  subsequently devoted to the protection of human rights in international  law (with a peculiar reference to ECHR).   The course  also deals with  the evolution of the  protection  of the  human  rights in the Italian constitutional experience, with specific reference to  rights and  liberties guaranteed in the constitutional text and in the jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court and of the Supreme Court of Cassation.   The course finally  analyses social, cultural, economic  rights and constitutional duties.   The analysis is conducted through the constant reference to the most meaningful international constitutional jurisprudence.  
MCLA516PRINCIPLES OF EUROPEAN LEGAL ORDERASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   FABIANNA MATTIOLLICOMPARATIVE LAWThe course aims to carry out a comparative study regarding the main current european legal systems.   In particular we will focus on civil law and common law in order to reconstruct the origins of a common legal culture with particular reference to private law and specifically to the law of obligations and contracts.   In this context it will investigate the persistence of rules and principles of roman law in the present system, working backward in search of the common legal bases that are the basis of the unification of the private projects in contemporary law.  
MCLA528THEORY OF CRIMINAL LAWASST.   PROF.   DR.   NURCAN GÜNDÜZLERCOMPARATIVE LAWIt is generally accepted that every crime has two elements.   These elements are actus reus (evil doing hand) and mens rea (evil thinking mind).   In that context sub-topics of actus reus and mens rea will be explored as course topic.   About actus reus, action, outcome and causality will be explained.   About mens rea types of criminal liability will be explained as intent, negligence or recklessness.   Afterwards some inevitable concepts of criminal law theory as justifications and excuses, attempt etc.   will be discussed.  
MCLA599TERM PROJECT  COMPARATIVE LAW  
MENG500MASTER THESIS  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING  
MENG525ELASTICITYYRD.   DOC.   DR.   BABAK SAFAEIMECHANICAL ENGINEERINGAnalysis of stress and strain.   Constitutive equations.   Plane problems of elasticity.   Torsion and flexure of beams.   Variational methods, theorems of minimum potential energy and complementary energy.   Approximate solution by means of variational methods.   Introduction to plate theory.  
MENG541ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICSPROF.   DR.   UĞUR ATİKOLMECHANICAL ENGINEERINGThe first and second laws of thermodynamics.   The two laws combined: the destruction of energy.   Energy generalized.   Singlephase, multiphase and chemical reactive systems.   Refrigeration and power generation.   Thermodynamic design.  
MENG546ADVANCED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINESPROF.   DR.   HASAN HACIŞEVKİMECHANICAL ENGINEERINGEngine components, Terminology, Engine classifications, Introduction to SI and CI engines, Operating characteristics, Basic cycles, Thermo-chemistry and fuels, Air and fuel induction, Fluid motion within combustion chamber, Combustion, emission, and air pollution.    
MENG598SEMINAR  MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGThis course has been designed to teach about thesis writing and presentation.   Team work and group studies are performed during the semester about the graduate thesis topics.    
MENG600PH. D.   THESIS  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING  
MENG698SEMINAR  MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGThis course is designed for PhD students of Mechanical Engineering Program.   Course is simply divided into four main sections as research, writing, contribution to science and presentation.  
MENG699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGPHD Qualifying Course was designed for PhD students who passes all the required courses successfully.   During the adjusted period, PhD students are required to enter number of exams related to their research area to assess their fundamental knowledge.     Who passes the written exam is given the opportunity to enter the oral exam and introduce the research proposal and plan.   Successfull students in both written and oral exams can continue with thesis writing and to be monitored every following semester.      
MGMT500MASTER THESIS  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONA unique piece of work, which includes evaluation or thorough analysis of a method.  
MGMT510MACROECONOMICS FOR MANAGERSPROF.   DR.   HASAN GÜNGÖRBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONShort-Run fluctuations vs.   Long-Run growth of an Economy.   Growth Domestic Product.   Keynesian consumption and saving functions.   Determinants of investment and net exports.   Determination of equilibrium level of income  in simple Keynesian model and the effects of Fiscal policy and Random shocks on macroeconomic equilibrium based on income-expenditure approach.   Injection- Leakages approach to the analysis of equilibrium in simple Keynesian model.   IS-LM model of an open economy and the effects of Monetary and Fiscal policy and Random shocks.  
MGMT517CORPORATE FINANCEPROF.   DR.   CAHİT ADAOĞLUBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe aim of the course is to analyze the primary issues in modern corporate financial theory and practice.   The focus will be on the corporate practice (corporate financial policies) that will create value and maximize the wealth of shareholders.     We will be concerned with what financial managers do and why, and how the theory of finance explains.  
MGMT524STRATEGIC MANAGEMENTPROF.   DR.   TURHAN Ç.   KAYMAKBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe target of the course is the analysis that concerns the major aspects of strategic corporate elements.     Naturally, the framework of the system is constructed upon the business environment and deals with the internal analysis.   The method of strategic choices and optimal corporate decisions are promoted.   Additionally, the simulations and dramatized team works are applied to achieve students' perceptions and motives concerning the post business life.  
MGMT550INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSPROF.   DR.   ŞULE AKERBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe course introduces international business theories and practices at graduate level.   The course covers international business issues like regional and global strategy, the multinational enterprise, international politics and culture as they influence the global business, international trade, foreign direct investments, international financial markets.   At the end of the semester the students are expected to enhance the global business system as it evolved in the current history.  
MGMT570EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPPROF.   DR.   A.   TARIK TİMURBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThis course provides an introduction to the economic, legal, political and social aspects of industrial relations in global context, with primary emphasis on the union-management relationship.  
MGMT571ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORASST.   PROF.   DR.   DOĞAN ÜNLÜCANBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe purpose of this course is to study human behavior in organizations at the individual and group levels.   Specific attention will be given to using Organizational Behavior concepts for developing and improving interpersonal skills.   The course also aims to broaden the student's perceptions on the causes and effects of interpersonal and group behavior, its dynamics and influences, and organizational behavior relating to organizational climates, conflict and structural design.  
MGMT580STATISTICS AND DATA ANALYSISPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA TÜMERBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe course objective is to teach “the methods to be followed after collecting data for a problem to be solved".   The main purpose of the course is to provide the prospective manager with an understanding of marketing research findings using - SPSSÓ for Windowsä - one of the best software available for this purpose.  
MGMT581INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTPROF.   DR.   CEM TANOVABUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThis course provides an introduction to the economic, legal, political and social aspects of human resource management in an international context.  
MGMT588RESEARCH METHODS FOR BUSINESS STUDIESPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA TÜMERBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONResearch is an important tool in management and marketing.   By understanding the research process, individuals will be better able to judge the suitability, reliability and validity of information from such studies.  
MGMT598SEMINAR  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe aim of the seminar course is to improve the student's skills in conducting research in an area of interest for the student, preferably a topic related to the thesis work, and reporting the research findings both verbally and in writing.  
MGMT599TERM PROJECT  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONA term project is a study that requires the students to demonstrate the ability in applying their knowledge and skills in finding unique, realistic, applicable and innovative solutions to problems in their professional fields.  
MGMT600PH. D.   THESIS  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONIn a PhD thesis, at least one of the following is sought: Introducing an innovation to science, developing a novel scientific method, applying a known method to a new field.  
MGMT602RESEARCH METHODS II  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThis course aims to extend and deepen the understanding of different research approaches and methodologies in the social sciences and to develop skills for applying different research methods in the broad range of business and management disciplines.   This course will prepare students to develop their research proposals and guide them through the process of identifying and formulating research problems, conducting literature review, choosing a theoretical perspective that will inform the methodology, selection of research strategy and design and the application of particular research methods of data gathering and analysis.  
MGMT604MICROECONOMICSPROF.   DR.   SAMİ FETHİBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe course covers topics such as competitive firms and markets, competition in the short-run and in the long-run, general equilibrium and economic welfare, competitive exchange, efficiency and equity, market power, game theory, pricing and two-part tariffs.  
MGMT698SEMINAR  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe aim of the seminar course is to improve the student's skills in conducting research in an area of interest for the student, preferably a topic related to the thesis work, and reporting the research findings both verbally and in writing.  
MGMT699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONAfter the successful completion of the seminar and courses, the PhD qualifying exam measures the students' breadth of knowledge as well as the depth of their understanding in their field and their research capabilities in their PhD studies.  
MRKT500MASTER THESIS  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONA unique piece of work, which includes evaluation or thorough analysis of a method.  
MRKT501MARKETING MANAGEMENTPROF.   DR.   M.   HALUK KÖKSALBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONTo further disseminate and develop the knowledge and skills in the essential aspects of marketing management, marketing strategy, and emerging New Economy marketing applications, with a focus on the development and execution of programs, audits, and plans.   This course is concerned with the development, evaluation, and implementation of marketing management in complex environments.   The course deals primarily with an in-depth analysis of a variety of concepts, theories, facts, analytical procedures, techniques, and models.  
MRKT506ADAVANCED MARKETING RESEARCHPROF.   DR.   M.   HALUK KÖKSALBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe course is aimed at providing the graduate students with an understanding of marketing research.   The course objective is to teach “information gathering activity" that is intended to guide strategic or operational marketing decisions about target markets, competitive strategies, product, price, place (distribution) or promotion.   Another objective of this course is to discuss the nature and scope of marketing research and explain its role in decision support systems.   The students will understand the nature and scope of marketing research and its role in designing and implementing successful marketing programs.  
MRKT598SEMINAR  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe aim of the seminar course is to improve the student's skills in conducting research in an area of interest for the student, preferably a topic related to the thesis work, and reporting the research findings both verbally and in writing.  
MRKT599TERM PROJECT  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONA term project is a study that requires the students to demonstrate the ability in applying their knowledge and skills in finding unique, realistic, applicable and innovative solutions to problems in their professional fields
MUHA513MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTINGASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   HASAN ÖZYAPICIBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONUse of financial information for managerial decision making.   That is, use of financial information for decision making, planning, directing, and controlling an organization's operations, and assessing its competitive position.  
OOEG500MASTER THESIS  EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONWriting and presenting a thesis about the field of early childhood , preparing   measuring tool, collecting data , analyzing , writing a findings, comments and recommendation , completing thesis.      
OOEG502APPROACHES FOR MONITORING AND EVALUATION IN EARLY CHILDHOODASST.   PROF.   DR.   NİHAN KORANEARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONThe importance of recognizing the child in Early Childhood, the characteristics of recognition and evaluation methods that are used commonly during this period, recognize the use of position in teaching process and different characteristics of measuring materials.   Make the comparison of developmental norms in recognition  of children from different cultures.  
OOEG505FAMILY COUNSEL.   IN EARLY CHILDHOOD  PROF.   DR.   AYŞE IŞIK GÜRŞİMŞEKEARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONFamily education as an alternative approach, the strategies of working with family , parental participation programs and guidance services in the Early Childhood Education program.    
OOEG506CREATIVE AND ESTHC.   IN EARLY CHILDHOODASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   EDA YAZGINEARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONThe definition and the importance of the creativity, development of creative thinking skills and aesthetic perception in different age groups, theories and styles in order to develop creativity and aesthetic in early childhood, supporting the children in creative thinking and development of aesthetic perception with different activities.  
OOEG598SEMINAR  EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONSelect a seminar topic which is about early childhood, write a literature review, present and report the study.  
OOEG599TERM PROJECT  EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONTerm Project is individual work of a student that should be submitted as a report and defended in front of a jury.  
PHYS500M. S.   THESIS  PHYSICS  
PHYS511MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS IPROF.   DR.   S.   HABIB MAZHARIMOUSAVIPHYSICSA Review of Vector Analysis, Coordinate Systems and Tensor Analysis,   Functions of a Complex Variable, Differential Equations (Series Solutions), Gamma and Beta Functions, Bessel's Functions, Legendre Functions, Fourier Series, Integral Transforms.  
PHYS522ELECTROMAGNETICS THEORY IPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA HALİLSOYPHYSICSIntroduction to electrostatics.   Coulomb's Law as a Maxwell equation.     Curl, Divergence, Laplace equation in Cartesian, Spherical and Cylindrical coordinates.   Dirac delta function as a distribution in physics.   Green's and Gauss's Divergence Theorems.   Charge distributions and their associated potentials and Electric fields.   Boundary value problems of electrostatics with applications to planar, rectangular, spherical and cylindrical problems.   Legendre, Bessel functions and the idea of Green's functions in electrostatics.   Boundary value problems with dielectrics.   Static Magnetic problem of a current.  
PHYS551QUANTUM MECHANIC IPROF.   DR.   OMAR MUSTAFAPHYSICSQuantum mechanical concepts. Basic postulates of quantum mechanics.   Angular momentum and radial symmetric Schrödinger equation/Spherical Harmonics. Motion of quantum particles in central Fields/ Schrödinger equation. Approximation Methods/Perturbation-theories. Recent methodical developments (e. g. , Pseudo-Perturbative Shifted Large-ℓ expansion methodical proposal, Point Canonical Transformation Approach, PT-Symmetric Quantum Mechanics/1D, etc). Scattering/Collision theory
PHYS598SEMINAR  PHYSICS  
PHYS600PH. D THESIS  PHYSICS  
PHYS603SPECIAL TOPICS IN GENERAL RELATIVITY IASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   İBRAHİM GÜLLÜPHYSICSDifferentiable Manifolds.   Tensor and Cartan's calculus of differential forms.     Einstein's equations in orthonormal tetrads.     Null tedrad formalism of Newman and Penrose with applications to Maxwell and Einstein fields.     Analysis of Gravitational Waves.     Abelian and Non-Abelian plane sandwich waves and open problems related to their physics.  
PHYS611MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS IIPROF.   DR.   S.   HABIB MAZHARIMOUSAVIPHYSICSHilbert space and linear operators.   Representations of the Lorentz Group; group theory.   Initial value problems in mathematical physics.    
PHYS622ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY IIPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA HALİLSOYPHYSICSReview of Special Theory of Relativity and Lorentz invariance.     Lagrangian and covariant formulation of the Maxwell equations.   Field and Stress-Energy tensors.   Transformation rules of Electric and Magnetic fields under motion.   Lienard- Wiechert potentials, radiation from moving charges and radiation reaction.   Electromagnetic plane waves and time harmonic currents in multipole expansion.  
PHYS652QUANTUM MECHANICS IIPROF.   DR.   OMAR MUSTAFAPHYSICSCollision theory, scattering cross-section, optical theorem, Born approximation, resonances, S-matrix, Relativistic quantum mechanics, Klein-Gordon equation, spinors, Dirac equation, relativistic invariance, Introduction to second quantization.  
PHYS698SEMINAR  PHYSICS  
PHYS699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  PHYSICS  
PSYC500MASTER THESIS  GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY  
PSYC510ADVANCED STATISTICSASST.   PROF.   DR.   DENİZ ATALARGENERAL PSYCHOLOGYhe purpose of this course is to introduce students to the scientific method as it is used in psychology.   The course is designed to develop students understanding of the statistical theory underpinning many statistical methods used in Psychology.   Students will be introduced to advanced inferential statistical procedures.  
PSYC526CURRENT ISSUES IN BULLYINGPROF.   DR.   FATİH BAYRAKTARGENERAL PSYCHOLOGYThis course is designed to cover the contemporary issues in bullying literature.   Bullying will be examined by using the biopsychosocial viewpoint and holistic-contextual approaches (ex: Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory).   Moreover, bullying will be presented not only as an anti-social behavior but an adaptive one.   This discussion will be based on evolutionary psychology.   Recent forms of bullying (i. e.   cyberbullying) will be studied.   Prevention and intervention programs which have been designed to minimize the problem will be evaluated and criticized.  
PSYC555SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTAL PREJUDICEPROF.   DR.   ŞENEL HÜSNÜ RAMANGENERAL PSYCHOLOGYThis course will explore the theories and research related to the social development of prejudice in children.   As part of the course, students will investigate the development of ethnic identity, ethnic prejudice, social moral reasoning and social exclusion.   Finally strategies for reducing prejudice through cognitive based interventions, empathy development, socialization as well as intergoup contact theory will be examined.  
PSYC575COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCEASST.   PROF.   DR.   ÇIĞIR KALFAOĞLUGENERAL PSYCHOLOGYThis course covers areas of neuro-science related to the non-invasive imaging methods (such as EEG, and fMRI) used to study neural functions and provide a review on our current understanding of the neural processes involved in certain cortical functions such as executive function and memory.    
PSYC598SEMINARPROF.   DR.   İLHAN RAMANGENERAL PSYCHOLOGYhe purpose of this course is to help developing students' presentation skills and conduct scientific research based on ethical considerations.  
RPDA500THESIS  PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE  Master's thesis includes a student's independent study to be conducted individually under the supervision of a faculty member after completion of theoretical and practical courses.   Therefore, during thesis writing, the student conducts literature review, data collection and analysis, evaluation of the results and presents the written document of these under the supervision of a faculty member.  
RPDA502PRACTICE IN INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELINGPROF.   DR.   SİBEL DİNÇYÜREKPSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE  Holding minimum 25 individual counseling sessions by using major counseling skills and techniques under supervision
RPDA504PRACTICE IN CAREER COUNSELINGASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   YELİZ AKINTUĞPSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE  Interpretation/Criticism of career counseling techniques and skills, profiles of career personality assessment tools, and implementation of the results obtained by such techniques and tools
RPDA507CURRENT ISSUES IN SCHOOL COUNSELINGASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLEN UYGARERPSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE  Course includes activities such as examination and discussion of the literature review (mainly those in periodicals), and presentations prepared by students related to the themes below:   Current issues, trends, challenges in psychological counseling and guidance, Professional roles concerning school counseling Training and supervision in school counseling Research and evaluation in school counseling The concept of international perspectives on school psychological counseling   Diversity and multicultural counseling (race, ethnicity, gender, physical or mental disability, immigration) Ethical and legal issues in the PCG Other topics related to the field  
RPDA598PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE SEMINAR  PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE  Selecting, researching and examining a psychological counseling and guidance related topic, discussing the topic and research results in groups, gathering information related to latest developments in the field, documentation of the research topic in written report form.  
RTVF501THEORY AND PRACTICE IN PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTSYRD.   DOÇ DR PEMBE BEHÇETOĞULLARIDIGITAL AND MEDIA STUDIESThis course involves theoretical reflection on and production of public service announcements.   One of the aims of the course is to highlight the interrelationship of social issues like 'human rights', 'women's rights', 'gender and equality', 'LGBT rights', 'freedom of speech', 'children rights', 'consumerism and environment', 'animal rights' 'minorities,' and 'labor exploitation' with regard to our understanding of 'public good,' 'public interest' and democracy.   Focusing on different topics related to the 'public good,' and creating Public Service Announcements using primarily the medium of video but not to the extent of excluding other media, the course aims to create an alternative understanding of 'the media' and trigger creativity in 'alternative media'.  
RTVF518SPECIAL TOPICS IN ADVANCED DIGITAL MEDIA  DIGITAL AND MEDIA STUDIESThis is an advanced creative production course in digital media.   Course participants explore the techniques and practices of digital media production across a wide array of genres including among others, documentary, staged interviews, news reporting, commercials and ethnographic uses of film.   Topics include advanced storytelling, composition, script writing, and storyboarding.   Participants move from pre- through post-production processes including experimentation with advanced editing techniques.   Special emphasis will be  given to creating team-based projects.    
RTVF519PRODUCING THE NEWS: DIGITAL JOURNALISM AND SOCIAL MEDIA  DIGITAL AND MEDIA STUDIESWhat role does new social media play in the production of news and what are the key ethical, moral and creative questions raised by the pervasive nature of these new technologies in social life? How does blogging, facebook, twitter and a host of other digital avenues for circulating and sharing information help to reshape what has been the geographical terrain of the dominant mainstream media? This course opens up opportunities for participants to experiment with the production of daily news programming at the intersection of the traditional and new news media formats.    
RTVF599TERM PROJECT  DIGITAL AND MEDIA STUDIESStudents will be required to produce a creative digital project of a professional quality that can be shared through new social networks and to write a significant paper that discusses in depth the process and product of their creative endeavor.   The program may take the form of documentary, film, ethnography, newscast, digital story, oral history, life story, photography, or other productions that can be shared through social media networks.          
TOCE501FEMINIST THEORIES 1PROF.   DR.   HANİFE ALİEFENDİOĞLUGENDER STUDIESThe aim of the course is to introduce and enrich students' understanding of some of the central theoretical orientations and debates on gender studies.   This course will analyze and compare major feminist social and political theories, including those that have emerged from liberal, socialist, Marxist, radical and Muslim feminist traditions.   The relationship among theories of sexism and political goals and practices will be discussed with an aim to increase the sensitivity of the students to the importance of understanding gender in relation to other important social factors such as “race," class, sexuality, national context, and others.  
TOCE502FEMINIST THEORIES 2PROF.   DR.   HANİFE ALİEFENDİOĞLUGENDER STUDIESThe aim of the course is to introduce, in some cases, and enrich, in other cases, students' understanding of some of the central theoretical orientations and debates which have defined Women's/Gender Studies.   This theoretical overview will be an analysis of Postmodern and Post-structural Feminism, transnational feminism, as well as various theories concerning feminist epistemology.   One important theme running through the course is the definition of and distinction between gender and sex, paying special attention to the way these ideas have been conceptualized differently and have been revised in phenomena.   The course also aims to increase the sensitivity of the students to the importance of understanding gender in relation to other important social factors such as “race," class, sexuality, national context, and others.   Students will gain experience reading and using theory in their own writing, and sharpen their facilities for critical writing and oral analysis in different historical and cultural contexts.   The course helps students understand more generally how history has shaped ideas and the way in which theory functions as a tool for explaining gendered readings on sexuality.  
TOCE504APPLICATION OF FEMINIST METHODOLOGIESPROF.   DR.   FATMA GÜVEN LİSANİLERGENDER STUDIESAn overview of feminist methodological issues and dilemmas and an introduction to a variety of research methods and their application on case studies will be covered in this course
TOCE514GENDER AND SPACEASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   SÜHEYLA ÜÇIŞIK ERBİLENGENDER STUDIESFeminism' as a theoretical paradigm introduced 'Gender' a machine for re-thinking the meaning of sexual differences and its unacknowledged impact on social and physical world.   The variety in  actors' gender identities-  referring  to sex, class, bread  winning status, family status, etc. - appear in different behaviors toward, occupying and shaping the spaces.   Evidently, understanding female role as a user,  housewife, researcher and designer reveals multiple faces of female attitude in the process of forming, re-forming and manipulating physical world, which appears totally different in many cases from the male ones.   Meanwhile, aside from the physical aspect of the space, its social aspect shapes users activities and behaviors.   The interactive  approach and mutual relation between gender identity and space will be the main concern of this course.  
TOCE598SEMINARASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   SÜHEYLA ÜÇIŞIK ERBİLENGENDER STUDIESThis course is designed to help students developing the academic research and writing skills they will need to complete the thesis and other requirements for the MA degree.   The course focuses on technical writing skills including organization of arguments, critical reading, quoting sources and avoiding plagiarism.  
TOUR500M. S.   THESIS  TOURISM MANAGEMENT  
TOUR501ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTASST.   PROF.   DR.   ALİ ÖZDURANTOURISM MANAGEMENTThe purpose of this course is to study human behaviour in service industries; especially in hospitality organizations, at the individual and group levels.   Specific attention will be given to using Organizational Behavior concepts for developing and improving interpersonal skills.   The course also aims to broaden the student's perceptions on the causes and effects of interpersonal and group behavior, its dynamics and influences, and organizational behavior relating to organizational climates, conflict and structural design.  
TOUR502STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYPROF.   DR.   OSMAN M.   KARATEPETOURISM MANAGEMENTThis is a challenging course that focuses on how firms formulate, implement, and evaluate strategies.   This course aims to make students use all the knowledge obtained from past courses (e. g. , tourism and hospitality operations, marketing management, organizational behavior, and financial management), coupled with new strategic management techniques learned, for charting the future direction of service organizations.   Thus, students are expected to discuss a number of case studies and come up with suggestions for business practice.  
TOUR503MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   MİNE HAKTANIRTOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course focuses on the use of financial information for managerial decision making in the international hotel and tourism industry.   This course develops the students' ability to use accounting techniques as an aid to planning and controlling operations as well as giving an understanding of company accounting/reporting process.   At the end of this course the students will be able to measure business performance through use of strategic performance measurement techniques, prepare profit planning frameworks, understand and set business budgets, and use contemporary pricing issues in making decisions
TOUR504MARKETING MANAGEMENT FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYPROF.   DR.   OSMAN M.   KARATEPETOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course intends to provide students with detailed information about the marketing environment, components of the marketing mix, market segmentation, and planning.   This course is concerned with the development, evaluation, and implementation of marketing management in the tourism and hospitality industry.   The course also deals primarily with an in-depth analysis of a variety of concepts, theories, facts, analytical procedures, techniques, and models.  
TOUR505TOURISM PLANNING AND POLICY DEVELOPINGPROF.   DR.   HABIB ALIPOURTOURISM MANAGEMENTTourism Policy and Panning aims to achieve an understanding of tourism development through providing knowledge about planning techniques and principles of policy making processes.   The main emphasis is on tourism development and issues specific to tourism industry.   Although 'planning' has been employed to overcome numerous difficulties in major urban areas, it has also applied to regional development projects at both macro and micro levels.   with the complex economic and environmental discourse as well as the 'sustainability' platform; planning can provide means and processes to reconcile the contradictions and conflicts that are challenging in the new millenium.  
TOUR506FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN THE TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   MİNE HAKTANIRTOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course focuses on the use of financial information for managerial decision making in the international hotel and tourism industry.   The aim of the course is to equip the students with the fundamentals of finance through a balanced incorporation of advanced theory with ongoing practice.   The focus will be on understanding corporate financial environment together with multinational corporations, time value of money, analysis of financial statements and understanding financial planning.   Case studies and class discussions will mainly originate from hospitality and tourism industry.    
TOUR515RESEARCH METHODSASST.   PROF.   DR.   İLKAY YORGANCITOURISM MANAGEMENTApproaches to tourism and hospitality research, research plans and proposals, research methods, qualitative methods, questionnaire surveys and design, research practice and survey analysis.  
TOUR523ADVANCED FOOD AND BEVERAGE   MANAGEMENTASST.   PROF.   DR.   M.   GÜVEN ARDAHANTOURISM MANAGEMENTThe aim of the course is to provide students with specialized and advanced theory on modern Food and Beverage Management.   It aims to show how the new strategic systems approach can be used in the management of an enterprise in foodservice.   Furthermore, it will increase the students' awareness of the critical factors, which, if managed properly, can help to increase efficiency and effectiveness.   Students will also be encouraged to develop a range of core (or transferable) skills, including communication - orally and in writing, problem - solving, interpersonal, learning to learn (use of resources) and working in groups.  
TOUR537HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS MANAGEMENTPROF.   DR.   HASAN KILIÇTOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course develops knowledge and understanding of operations management and its application within the hospitality industry.   It is designed to help students understand how service performance can be improved by studying service delivery and associated management issues.   Success of Service delivery in hospitality industry is depended not only on the operations in managing process and resources, but also in understanding how operations managers must be involved in aspects of the organization's strategy, the service concept, organizational culture and the way employees are motivated and managed.   This course will consider principles, concepts and techniques of effective operations management within the hospitality sector.    
TOUR598  SEMINER  TOURISM MANAGEMENTThe aim of the seminar course is to develop students' research capacity and guide them to prepare a draft research proposal.   The students will gain presentation and communication skills, and competencies of working autonomously and with group, and learning effective writing of a research proposal.  
TOUR599TERM PROJECT  TOURISM MANAGEMENT  
TOUR600PH. D.   THESIS  TOURISM MANAGEMENT  
TOUR601QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODSPROF.   DR.   OSMAN M.   KARATEPETOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course is designed to provide students with an understanding of research process and issues pertaining to research design.   This course also aims to provide students with an understanding of statistical techniques (e. g. , exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses, regression analysis, and path analysis) used for testing the psychometric properties of measures and assessing relationships in the conceptual or research models.  
TOUR602QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODSASST.   PROF.   DR.   İLKAY YORGANCITOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course will introduce participants to the characteristics and various approaches to designing and conducting qualitative research projects in tourism and hospitality services research.   Students will gain hands-on experience in various qualitative methods and analysis techniques while carrying out a research project related to their area of interest.  
TOUR603CURRENT ISSUES IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY RESEARCHPROF.   DR.   ALİ ÖZTÜRENTOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course is designed to provide students with an understanding of a wide range of contemporary topics via an extensive reading of peer-reviewed articles in tourism and hospitality research.   Topics may emerge from destination management and marketing, policy planning, competitiveness, services management and marketing, financial management, human resource management, organizational behavior, and strategic management.   This course also helps students find out specific research topics for their theses.  
TOUR607HUMAN RESOURCE MGMT.   & LEADERSHIP IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRYASST.   PROF.   DR.   ALİ ÖZDURANTOURISM MANAGEMENTThis course aims to help student to understand human resource management and leadership from a systemic, strategic perspective.   Describe the field of “Human Resource Management and Leadership" and understand its relevance to managers and employees in service based organizations.   Conduct a vision, mission, and strategies including human resource practices like basic job analysis and apply this understanding of job requirements to other human resource management systems such as selection, performance appraisal, and compensation.   Moreover, this course guides students to specialize on a particular discipline related to human resource management and leadership in the hospitality and tourism organizations.    
TOUR611COMPETITIVE STRATEGY IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRYPROF.   DR.   HASAN KILIÇTOURISM MANAGEMENTThe course concerns a growing body of theoretical and empirical research, which attempts to bridge the gap between external and internal perspectives of strategic management.  
TOUR625CRITICAL TOURISM STUDIESPROF.   DR.   HABIB ALIPOURTOURISM MANAGEMENTThe aim of this course is to encourage the students who are from different disciplines to be able to learn a multidisciplinary approach towards expanding frontiers of knowledge in and contribute to   the epistemology of tourism in the context of social sciences.  
TOUR698  SEMINER  TOURISM MANAGEMENTThe aim of the seminar course is to develop students' research capacity and guide them to prepare a draft research proposal.   The students will gain presentation and communication skills, and competencies of working autonomously and with group, and learning effective writing of a research proposal.  
TOUR699PH. D.   QUALIFYING EXAM  TOURISM MANAGEMENT  
TUIS500M. S.   THESIS  TOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)  
TUIS501STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYASST.   PROF.   DR.   ALİ ÖZDURANTOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)This course teaches students how firms formulate, implement, and evaluate strategies.   This course aims to make students use all the knowledge obtained from past courses (e. g. , tourism and hospitality operations, marketing management, organizational behavior, and financial management), coupled with new strategic management techniques learned, for charting the future direction of service organizations.   Thus, students are expected to discuss a number of case studies and come up with suggestions for business practice.  
TUIS502RESEARCH METHODSASST.   PROF.   DR.   RÜÇHAN KAYAMANTOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)The purpose of this course is to teach students how to approach tourism and hospitality research, research plans and proposals, qualitative and quantitative research methods, survey design, research practice and survey analysis.  
TUIS503MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYASST.   PROF.   DR.   CAHİT EZEL  TOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)This course focuses on the use of financial information for managerial decision making in the international hotel and tourism industry.   This course develops the students' ability to use accounting techniques as an aid to planning and controlling operations as well as giving an understanding of company accounting/reporting process.   At the end of this course the students will be able to measure business performance through use of strategic performance measurement techniques, prepare profit planning frameworks, understand and set business budgets, and use contemporary pricing issues in making decisions
TUIS512MARKETING MANAGEMENT FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRYASST.   PROF.   DR.   RÜÇHAN KAYAMANTOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)This course intends to provide students with detailed information about the marketing environment, components of the marketing mix, market segmentation, and planning.   This course is concerned with the development, evaluation, and implementation of marketing management in the tourism and hospitality industry.   The course also deals primarily with an in-depth analysis of a variety of concepts, theories, facts, analytical procedures, techniques, and models.  
TUIS522CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITYASST.   PROF.   DR.   RÜÇHAN KAYAMANTOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)The aim of this course is to identify and analyze some of the key contemporary issues that are pertinent to the tourism sector.   The course content will focus on those issues that are deemed the most significant for these sectors at the time of teaching.   It highlights the ongoing threats and opportunities faced by the tourism industry today, and discusses include to global trends, major government agendas, policy shifts, or changing management strategies.    
TUIS523SPECIAL INTEREST TOURISMYRD.   DOÇ . DR.   ÖZLEM ALTUNTOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)The aim of the course is to develop students' perspectives on tourism by explaining the importance of special interest to students in tourism activities.   Analyzing and analyzing the researches made in this field is also to contribute to the emergence of new studies in the light of the studies.  
TUIS524TOURISM   INVESTEMENT PROJECTS ANALYSISYRD.   DOÇ . DR.   ÖZLEM ALTUNTOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)The aim of this course is to teach the students the criteria to be taken into consideration in the execution of feasibility studies according to sector priorities and to give practical information on financing options.   Concept of Tourism İnvestment and Project, Types and Characteristics / Incentives Implemented / Economic and Financial Development of Project / Analysis of Economic Availability of Tourism İnvestment Projects / Sample Project Study
TUIS598SEMINER  TOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)The aim of the seminar course is to develop students' research capacity and guide them to prepare a draft research proposal.   The students will gain presentation and communication skills, and competencies of working autonomously and with group, and learning effective writing of a research proposal.  
TUIS599TERM PROJECT  TOURISM MANAGEMENT (TURKISH)  
TURK500THESIS  TURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATUREDirected and surveyed by the advisor, the student is asked to do a scientific study using methods of research and study on a subject related to his/her field of study   in Turkish Language and Literature.  
TURK501RESEARCH METHODSPROF.   DR.   ADNAN AKGÜNTURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATUREThe aims of this course are three fold.   Firstly, research methods and techniques in social sciences will be dealt with; secondl, the necessities of scientific research will be introduced and practiced of lastly, methods and required technical knowledge for writing thesis will be taught.  
TURK506DIVAN LITERATURE CLASSICSPROF.   DR.   HAKAN TAŞTURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE506 Diwan in Classical Turkish Literature The poetry of leading poets of classical Turkish literature such as Fuzuli, Baki, Nefi, Nabi, Nedim and Şeyh Galib, will be analyzed, and their art discussed.   And in prose, some passages from Evliya Çelebi?s Seyahatname will be selected and peculiarities of its language will be examined.  
TURK511COMPARATIVE LANGUAGE /DIALECT STUDIESASST.   PROF.   DR.   GÜLSEREN TORTURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATUREIn this course, works on comparative language will be introduce, focusing of one of the Turkish languages /dialects (i. e.   Kazak, Kırgız, Özbek, Tatar, New Uygur, Türkmen, Azeri, Gagauz etc. ), comparing it with Turkish, pointing out the similarities and oppositions between the texts written in the chosen Turkish language /dialect and Turkish texts.    
TURK519TURKISH LITERATURE UNDER WESTERN IMPACTPROF.   DR.   ADNAN AKGÜNTURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATUREIn this course, influence of the Westernization on Turkish literature will be examined.   The declaration of 'Tanzimat Fermanı' in 1839 will be studied, giving the short history of 'Tanzimat', 'Servet-i Fünun', 'Fecr-i Ati Edebiyatı', and 'Milli Edebiyat'.   The course will study the important representatives of these periods in poetry, the novel, the story, drama and other literary types.  
TURK598SEMINAR  TURKISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURESelecting a subject, and doing intensive and extensive research, survey thereof; discussinng the findings in class; submitting this work in the form a paper to the course intstructor.  
UDES500MASTER THESIS  URBAN DESIGNSupervised research conducted individually by the student and constituting a final thesis.  
UDES501URBAN DESIGN STUDIO - I  URBAN DESIGNStudio in fundamental physical urban design; design guidance, site planning and urban design in the newly established districts of cities or at the edge or outside cities; survey of small urban communities varying in social, economic, technological, and physical components; analysis of the data and information surveyed; formulations of database necessary for urban design; proposing urban design alternatives.  
UDES503HISTORY AND THEORY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN  URBAN DESIGNThis course provides an examination of essential urban design theories and principles and historic and contemporary trends in urban design theory and practice.   Topics covered include: emergence of urban pattern; elements, patterns, and evolution of urban form; urban design concepts and approaches; past and present urban development; city forms in history; patterns and influences affecting domestic and international urban characteristics; urban identity; urban forms related to functions; analysis of socioeconomic, political, historical, geographic, and cultural forces influencing urban form; concepts of idealized urban forms and theoretical models of urban configuration.   Techniques and evaluation criteria for urban design inquiry; and urban design trends in USA, Europe and the region.  
UDES504CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN URBAN DESIGN  URBAN DESIGNThis seminar course aims to examine contemporary issues in urban design focusing on public realm improvements, urban intensification, town centre regeneration.  
UDES505ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS  URBAN DESIGNThis course discusses main qualitative research methods and their   application to urbanism (urban design and planning).   It addresses the process and practice of academic research.  
UDES517URBAN PUBLIC SPACESPROF.   DR.   ŞEBNEM HOŞKARAURBAN DESIGNThis course provides a systematic knowledge on the development and design of urban public spaces, considering aesthetical, ecological, cultural, social, political, technical, and financial factors. .   It will examine contemporary theories, debates, and design practices of public space making.  
UDES598THESIS SEMINAR  URBAN DESIGNThis seminar series will examine the various stages in the preparation   of a dissertation and introduce the theoretical and practical approaches available.  
VACD502STUDIO PRACTICE-IIPROF.   DR.   SENİH ÇAVUŞOĞLUVISUAL ART AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNStudio Practice-II is non-prescriptive in the terms of its content but, in centering on a single project or body of work, it is strongly oriented toward the development of independence in creative work.   The unit concentrates on the integrity of the visual project, encouraging students to refine the relationship between representational methods and subject matter, a quest for coherence of intention, style and meaning.   The intention is to develop a level of independence and ability autonomously and confidently to determine artistic directions.  
VACD507CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICEOROD PEYKANFAR  VISUAL ART AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNThis course is about the foremost approaches in contemporary arts and design, and their core attributes.   Contemporary Art Practice class is a practical and theoretical course.   The main goal of aesthetic this course is to provide an overall knowledge and skills about the latest artistic approaches and motivate students to improve their aesthetic taste while they are experiencing crafts and skills of art creation.   Students learn and practice the specific techniques that Avant-guard artists employ to achieve their visual language at studio workshops.   Moreover, the fundamental concepts of each art school are discussed briefly in short theoretical sessions.    
VACD508EXPERIMENTAL FILM & VIDEODR.   VASVİ ÇİFTÇİOĞLUVISUAL ART AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNThis course is projected in giving lecture about experimental film and video following film projections and text reading.   Experimental and avant garde films are critically and theoretically commented through historical process.   After a several analysis student are asked to produce their short films according to the experimental and digital modality.            
VACD509COLOR GRADING IN POST-PRODUCTIONHAMID ZEKARI HANJANIVISUAL ART AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNIn this course, the students will be introduced to the basic to advance principles and techniques of color grading pipeline, from raw footage processing to color grading.   This course will help students to become familiar with color grading their footages using industry-standard digital tools.   Throughout the entire course students will be encouraged to shoot videos and apply their learnt techniques as well as color grading their footages with professional software, which is comparable to today's vast area of High-end Media production world.   The course will aid in producing portfolio-level work through balanced merging of theoretical knowledge and production/grading techniques.   In addition, students will analyze existing examples of High-end professional works, learn to use other references, and improve observational skills to develop approaches to create High video footages which are acceptable and applicable in different areas of media production.  
VACD512INTERDISCIPLINARY   MEDIA APPLICATIONSASST.   PROF.   DR.   FIRAT TÜZÜNKANVISUAL ART AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNThis course provides students with alternative techniques for 2D, 3D, video games, broadcast design, visual effects and architectural imaging, and online or interactive productions.   Additionally, students will learn to create and produce special effects including: atmospheric effects, natural effects, smoke, explosions and motion blurs.  
VACD514VISUAL COMMUNICATION & SOCIAL MEDIAASSOC.   PROF.   DR.   AYSU ARSOY  VISUAL ART AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNThis course will help students to define social media and its related terminologies in visual communication.   It will also describe and debate the benefits and the barriers associated with using social media and networks.   Social Media applications and tools for interactive dialogue will be covered, experienced and the trends and practices will be discussed with case studies and current research.  
VACD599TERM PROJECT  VISUAL ART AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGNThis course aims to enable students to synthesize all of their previous knowledge and works and carry out a new, real-life project individually in the context of an advanced studio seminar.   While doing so, students are expected to acquire and develop a self-initiative approach to defining the design problem and preparing a strategy in order to formulate a design solution to that problem.   Students must present their design solutions with a profound report documenting the overall research and design process, as well as their creative portfolio including works completed in previous courses (applied and/or theoretical).  
YONT500MASTER THESIS  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONA unique piece of work, which includes evaluation or thorough analysis of a method.  
YONT580STATISTICS AND DATA ANALYSISPROF.   DR.   MUSTAFA TÜMERBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe course objective is to teach “the methods to be followed after collecting data for a problem to be solved".   The main purpose of the course is to provide the prospective manager with an understanding of marketing research findings using - SPSSÓ for Windowsä - one of the best software available for this purpose.  
YONT598SEMINAR  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONThe aim of the seminar course is to improve the student's skills in conducting research in an area of interest for the student, preferably a topic related to the thesis work, and reporting the research findings both verbally and in writing.  
YONT599TERM PROJECT  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONA term project is a study that requires the students to demonstrate the ability in applying their knowledge and skills in finding unique, realistic, applicable and innovative solutions to problems in their professional fields


 

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