Ders İçeriği

 
1.SEMESTER

IBLG105 Information and Communication Technologies (2-2)3, 4 AKTS
The aim of the program is to give usageabilities of operating system, internet and office programmes (MS Word,Excel and Powerpoint) by being introduced basic concepts of computer system.

IEKO105 Introduction to Economics-I  (3-0) 3, 6 AKTS
The aim of the course is to teach the students the basic concept of microe conomics to enable them under stand how afree market economy operates by the dynamics of supply and demand under theguiding force of market price which in return balances under the stress ofthird supply and demand.

ISYB101Introduction to Political Science (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
The aim of this course is to provide the students the basic under standing of issues and concepts in political science.

IMAT115 Mathematics-I  (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The aim of this course is to introducet he engineering students to the basic concepts of the Calculus such as limit, contiunity and differential and evolve them to an expertise level and toprovide the students with the properties of analytical thinking, discussion and evaluation.

IISL109 Basic Law (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The aim of the course is to provide students with information on basic law and basic concepts of law.

ISOS101Sociology (3-0) 3, 6 AKTS
To learn the basic sociological conceptsand to analyze the emerging conditions of sociology in our country and in theWest. To learn the basic concepts of sociological thinking and sociological world and to have knowledge on how to utilize them in social events.

2.SEMESTER
ITUR104 Turkish (4-0) 4, 4 AKTS

The aim of the course is to teach the student the place of Turkish language in world languages; its history, development, and structural features

ISYB102 Introduction to Public Administration (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
This course aims at providing thestudents with basic knowledge about duties, powers, and responsibility ofpublic administration.

IECO102 Introductionto Economics-II (3-0) 3, 6 AKTS
The aim of this course is to provide students with a knowledge of the basic concepts and processes of economics through the help of current examples.

ISYB104 Introduction to International Relations (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The aim of this course is to providesolid knowledge on the actors in the international system and their relationships among these actors while providing an introductory-level theoretical knowledge on the field.

IISL104 Statistics  (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The aim of this course is to inform students about principles of basic statistics and give information about doing statistical analyses by using statistical package programs.

IMAT104 Mathematics-II  (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The aim of this course is to educate the students use mathematics to have the capability of systematic thinking andsolving of problems they will encounter in business life and the futuremanagement positions by the help of mathematics.

3. SEMESTER
IYDL203 Foreign Language-I  (3-0) 3, 3 AKTS

The purpose of this course is to enablethe students to recognize basic grammatical structures, to use the structuresthey have already recognized, to gain basic vocabulary needed for A2 level, todefine the structures they have already learned through reading materials andto express themselves orally and in writing, to recognize the listening materials at A2 level, and participate in oral practices and express the mselvescorrectly at A2 level.

IATA201 Ataturk's Prin. and the Hist. of the Turkish Rep.   (4-0) 4,4 AKTS
The aim of the course is to enable thestudents to comprehend Atatürk's principles and revolutions in the light of thechallenges and struggle of the independence war. Also, it aims to teach thepolitical developments in the process of establishment of the new state.

ISYB211 Constitutional Law   (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
This aim of this course is to determineand analyze the limits of state administration in accordance with the constitution.

ISYB203 Comparative Politics (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
This course provides an introduction to comparative politics through an introduction to the key ideas of comparative analysis and an examination of major types of regimes

ISYB209 Administrative Law (3-0) 3, 6 AKTS
This aim of this course is to determineand analyze the limits of state administration in accordance with the constitution.

ISYB207 Diplomatic History I (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
The course focuses on the period of1648-1914 and analyzes major events with complementary resources. Economic, social, demographic developments will also be provided to understand better thecause and effect relations in history. Although the course mainly concentrateson Europe, the Ottoman Empire will also be covered along with its relationswith European powers

ISYB205 Historyof Political Thoughts (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
To introduce students to the origins ofour present ideas about politics,To familiarize students with both political concepts and political thinkers.To help students gain an insight on different assumptions and ideas concerning the nature of politics.

4. SEMESTER
IYDL206 Foreign Language-II  (3-0) 3, 3 AKTS

The purpose of this course is to enablethe students to recognize basic grammatical structures, use the structures theyhave already recognized, gain basic vocabulary needed for A2 level,define the structures they have already reconized through the reading materials andexpress themselves orally and in writing, explain listening materials at A2level, and participate in oral practices and express the mselves correctly at A2 level.

ISYB212 Foreign Policy Analysis (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
This course aims to introduce the oricalapproaches used for analysing foreign policy and process in foreign policy andits application and improve aptitude for evaluating foreign policies of states witha critical way approach.

ISYB202 History of Civilization (3-0) 3, 6 AKTS
To provide an analysis of civilizations, became influential on world history, from ancient to modern times.

ISYB204 Diplomatic History-II (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The course focuses on the period of1918-1990 and analyzes major events from the end of World War I to thepost-Cold War era. It is a follow-up of the previous course, concentrating therise of the United States as a contending power in the international arena andits rise as the superpower. The course also focuses on new actors gaining independence in the aftermath of decolonization.

ISYB210 Political Sociology (3-0) 3, 6 AKTS
The content of this course: basic concepts of political sociology, political power and state, civil society, democratic system and its components, political culture and behavior, masssociety, public opinion, political propaganda.

ISYB214 Contemporary Approaches in Public Administration (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The primary aim of this course is todiscuss main political systems in a critical point of view.

5. SEMESTER
IYDL301 Foreign Language-III  (3-0) 3, 3 AKTS

The aim of the course is to introduce the basic concepts of Political Science and International Relations discipline.

IISYB301 Theories of International Relations (2-0) 2, 4 AKTS
This course examines various theories, which offer different viewpoints on how to evaluate concepts, actors and eventsin international relations. The course handles theories in historical setting,discusses the critique directed against each theory and seeks to put the oryinto practice through case analyses.

ISYB303 International Law-I (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The aim of this course is to define thebasics of international law including the evolution and the sources of international law, distintion between national and international law, law of treaties and recognition, state and authority.

ISYB305 Turkish History-I (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The main interest of this course is thepolitical, social, and cultural developments and changes of pre-Islamic Turkish societies of Asia and Europe. The main purpose of this course is to achieve anecessary understanding of political, social, cultural, and economiccharacteristics of pre-Islamic Turkish societies.

ISYB307  Turkish Foreign Policy (2-0) 2, 3 AKTS
To analyze Turkish Foreign Policy within the framework of its regional and international position and also international actors from the perspectives of regional issues, international issues, and dynamics of domestic politics.

ISYB315 Strategic Planning, Project and Risk Management (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
To gain the oretical knowledge instrategic planning, project and risk management issues and to provide them with managerial skills gained in working life.

ISYB311 Political Structure and Life in Turkey-I (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
This course introduces the basic foundation of the structure and functions of the Turkish state apparatus.

6. SEMESTER
IYDL302 Foreign Language-IV (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS

The aim of the course is to help students advance their professional English levels that they reached during YDL301.

IYB302 Research Methods (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The aim of the course is to givein formation about the bases of the concept 'research’ and the qualitative and quantitative scientific methods that use these bases.

ISYB302 International Security  (4-0) 4, 5 AKTS
The course analyzes the evolution from defence to security in the wake of the Cold War. It covers not only national security but all dimensions of this concept ranging from economic security,energy security to individual security. Also dealing with low politics issues like climate change, the course contends that international security requires aholistic perspective including non-government organizations because in a high lyglobalized world, risks and threats are directly related with the societyrather than borders

ISYB304 Turkish History-II (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The main purpose of this course is togive information about the history of acceptance of Islam by Turks and thehistory of Islamic states founded by Turks (Karakhanids, Ghaznavids, Memluks,Kharzemshahs, Golden Horde), whose first examples were Bulgarians of Idil,Tolunogullari, and Ihsitler. The course later focuses on the modern Turkicworld.

ISYB306 Political Structure and Life in Turkey-II (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
This course introduces the basic foundation of the structure and functions of the Turkish state apparatus.

ISYB308 International Law-II (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
The aim of this course is to discuss the application of international law on the land, on the sea and in the air; legaland illegal means of using force in conflicts and responsibilities of states through various case analyses.

ISYB310 International Political Economy (2-0) 2, 3 AKTS
The course analyzes the interaction between economics and politics with respect to historical evolution, actors andinstitutions. It elaborates on classical and modern approached to political economy, international trade and finance, crises, Bretton Woods system, andother regional/global organizations like GATT, IMF and ECOWAS.

7. SEMESTER
YDL401 Foreign Language-V (3-0) 3, 3 AKTS

The aim of the course is to help students advance their professional English levels that they reached during YDL302.

ISYB401 Historyof European Integration (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
In this course, the most useful insights available in contemporary European studies will be discussed by starting from analysing the historical context of the progress of the Community integrationand then the present day integration efforts will be taken under focus.

ISYB405 Regional Studies: Eurasia (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
The course focuses on regional countriesin a geography extending from Asia to Europe and with respect to a wide varietyof topics from identity to energy.

ISYB427 Political Psychology (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
Finds its roots in political science and psychology, political psychology, sociology, economics, communications, international relations, education, social psychology, small groups, includingseveral areas of social sciences, such as an interdisciplinary field of study.

IGRS401 Entrepreneurship (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
The course begins with a brief historyof entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship in economic literature and examineshow a business idea turns into an actual business with a holistic approach. Thecourse also focuses on the characteristics of an entrepreneur and aims toincrease awareness about the different aspects and dimensions ofentrepreneurship, the circumstances underlying the formation and development of entrepreneurship, and business plan development. The course is designed to have students become aware of their own entrepreneurial capacity and the areas toimprove.

ISYB411 International Organizations (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
To analyze legal structure and common problems of institutionalized international organizations

Elective
ISYB437 Genderand Politics  (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS

The course aims to explore the implications of gender and feminist perspectives on politics and the study ofpolitics. One of the main goals of the course is to gain a deeper under standing of the ways in which gender and gender inequality shape institutions, policies,and political processes, as well as the way states affect gender relations, thepolitical construction of gender, and political mobilization based on gender.

ISYB407 Social Politics and Social Security  (3-0) 3, 4AKTS
This class aims at analyzing the historyand evolution of the socio economic problems, identifying problems peculiar tocertain social groups and developing solution strategies to the hose problems.

ISYB413 CurrentIssues in World Politics (3-0) 3, 4 AKTS
This course offers an in-depth analysisof the events which are repeatedly occupying the international politics as ‘hottopics’ and are expected to determine the future international politics in theregional and international political, economic, social and military problems.

8.SEMESTER
IYDL402 Foreign Language-VI (3-0) 3, 3 AKTS

The aim of the course is to help students advance their professional English levels that they reached during YDL401.

IIYB402 Graduation Project (0-0) 0, 12 AKTS
The aim of this course is to make the students have the ability on making an academic research as a thesis.

ISYB402 Regional Studies: Middle East (2-0) 2, 3 AKTS
This course is designed to familiarise the students with essential historical and contemporary developments in international politics of the Middle East. The principal aim of this course isto enable students to comprehend and analyse international politics of theMiddle East through leading concepts and theories of International Relations.

ISYB404 Human Rights (2-0) 2, 3 AKTS
The aim of this course is to analyse the issue of human rights through its principles, historical evolution andcategories.

ISYB414 Media & Politics (2-0)2, 4 AKTS
The aim of the course is to evaluate the relationship of press and politics in context of press, society, politics and economy firstly in the west and then in Turkey, and to determine them throughan analytical and critical perspective.

Elective
ISYB420 Turkish-Greek Relations and Cyprus (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS

The course examines the dynamics ofconflict and cooperation in Turkish-Greek relations. Focusing on the European Union, the Aegean Sea and Cyprus subheadings, the course discusses the legal, political and military dimensions of Turkish-Greek problems as of 1974, mediation efforts of third parties as well as opportunities and challenges inbilateral relations following the end of the Cold War.

ISYB432 International Crisis and Crisis Management (3-0) 3, 5 AKTS
Have the ability to analyze and highlight the importance of improving the management of crises and conduct