ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT

 

HIS 101 Atatürk's Principles & History of Turkish Revolution I

The course focuses on bringing up the process of transformation from an empire to a national state, the meaning and importance of the Turkish National Struggle for independence, and the philosophy behind the formation of the new Turkish State. Bringing up philosophy behind the formation of the new Turkish State.

TUR 101 Turkish Language I

In Turkish I, students obtain knowledge about the features of language, the relationship between the culture and language, the classification of languages, the place of Turkish language within the world languages, historical periods of Turkish language, Turkish Language Society and its studies, Turkish phonetics and punctuation rules of Turkish language.

MAN 101 Introduction to Business I

The basic aim of this course is to teach philosophy, concepts and practical tools of setting und managing a business. For the purpose of obtaining such results the course contains the subjects of taking risks and making profits within the dynamic business environment, understanding how economics affect business, doing business in global markets, demanding ethical and socially responsible behavior, types of business ownerships, business management and, production and operation management.

ECO 101 Introduction to Economics I

The course is designed to provide the students with basic concepts of microeconomics. Define economics and economic problems faced in everyday life ;covering scarcity and making choices; supply and demand; price determination and market equilibrium; elasticity; production and cost concepts; market structures.

MAT 103 Mathematics I

To provide students basics of matemathics to solve business problems and give an abilit to comment on economics.

FLE 101 English I

This course is designed to minimize the negative effects preventing student involvement and learning by letting students express themselves freely about real life international business situations. This course presents up-to-date essential business vocabulary, authentic articles about real business situations and living brands, interviews with leading business people to improve students reading and listening skills and case studies based on realistic business problems and situations. All this will allow learners to use the language and communication skills they have developed while working through the course.

 

COM 101 Computer Skills

The course focuses on why and how companies use computers, Office programs, and preparing and publishing a personal webpage. To explain basic rules of computer sytems and ability o use CD, coppying and shaping skills.

HIS 102 Atatürk's Principles & History of Turkish Revolution II

Course Description: The course covers the following topics. The declaration of the Republic, The importance of the leader and the staff in the revolution, Constitutional solutions to the problems related to the Lausanne Conference, The participation of Turkey in pacts and in international organizations Reactions to the new governmental structure, Trials in multi party system, The Home and foreign policy of the Republic of Turkey, Atatürk s foreign policy to inspire confidence in the future of Turkey and Kemalism the Principles of Atatürk.

TUR 102 Turkish Language II

In the course Turkish II, spoken and written language activities include examining novels, short stories, articles, essays, newspapers and magazines, learning punctuation rules, components of sentence, types of sentence, incoherency, expression genres and how to make presentation.

MAN 102 Introduction to Business II       

The course is a continuous of introduction to Business I. The second part of this course aimed at providing theoretical and practical skills in practicing the main functions of business including management of human resources, motivating employees to produce goods and services, dealing with employee – management issues, developing and implementing customers-oriented marketing plan, understanding accounting and financial information learning securities markets for financing and investing opportunities, and money-banking.

ECO 102 Introduction to Economics II

The course aims at introducing students to the basic principles of macroeconomics : measuring GDP, business cycles ,economic growth; full employment and unemployment; money, the price level and inflation ; aggregate supply and aggregate demand ; the Keynesian Model and expenditure multiplier; fiscal and monetary policies.

MAT 104 Mathematics II

This course begins  with  an introduction to limits and continuity; students then study differential and integral calculus for polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their applications to curve sketching, maxima, and minima.

 

SOC 104 Introduction to Sociology

First of all, the definition of science will be made, main features describing science will be explained in short, the similarities and differences between science, religion, philosophy and common sense will be analyzed and the distinguishing features of science, scientific perspective and method will be identified.

The relationship between industrialization, urbanization and capitalism which are the main three social transformations observed in early 19th century and sociology as a science will be discussed. Within this framework, the founders of sociology, August Comte, İbn-i Haldun, Saint Simon and Karl Marx, Max Weber, Emile Durkhaim, will be mentioned. Their relationship with today’s sociologists and their contributions to sociology will be discussed in short. The period of those sociologists and their effects on sociology today will also be identified.

Next, sociology as a significant component of social sciences today will be described and explained. In addition to its relationship with other sciences, similar and different features will be highlighted. Also, the methods and techniques that are used to reveal information in sociology will be clarified. Within this framework, sociologies such as family, religion, politics and migration, economics, environment, culture, social stratification and social movements will be analyzed in short.

Having discussed the general features of traditional, modern, modernism and post modern societies, the modernism period of a society as well as main factors and results which led to the globalization period today will be highlighted.

FLE 102 English II

To focus students‘ basic skills to reading, writing, listening, and speaking.

ECO 201 Microeconomics

Microeconomics is concerned with maximization behaviour of individuals and firms. This course aims to provide topics that can be used to understand a wide range of microeconomic behavior. This course covers scope and method, demand, supply and market prices; theory of consumer behavior; applications; demand elasticity; theory of production.

MAN 213 Statistics

This course emphasizes the use of basic probability concepts and statistical theory in the estimation and testing of single parameter and multivariate relationships. Computer labs, using Microsoft Excel, emphasize the calculation of descriptive statistics, probabilities and least squares regression coefficients in situations applicable to business and economic events.

 

ECO 211 History of Economics

The aim of this course is to inform students about the historical development of economic processes and institutions and the evolution of production, distribution, consumption patterns, and the factors of production in the world and particularly in Western Europe. Some of the topics on this course include: economic processes in the ancient world and middle ages, geographical expansion of the Western world, industrial revolution, developments in agriculture, finance, banking sectors during the expansion process of the main European countries, application of technology, developments in telecommunication and transportation, the role of the state, the growth of the world economy and impact of the European industrialized countries on the rest of the world, and the economic developments of the post World War I and II.

FLE 203 English III

This course is designed to minimize the negative effects preventing student involvement and learning by letting students express themselves freely about real life international business situations. This course presents up-to-date essential business vocabulary, authentic articles about real business situations and living brands, interviews with leading business people to improve students reading and listening skills and case studies based on realistic business problems and situations. All this will allow learners to use the language and communication skills they have developed while working through the course.

MAN 203 Accounting I

This course is designed to provide students with basic accounting concepts, principles, and methods as well as to teach them the basic business terminology they will encounter in future management courses and in the business world. The course will help the students appreciate the role of accounting information in financial decision making and is intended to serve as a foundation for subsequent Accounting and Finance courses

LAW 241 Basic Law           

The Constitution, constitutionalconcepts, institutionsand rules, according tothe Constitution ofour country,the Constitution of 1982and 1982previous processto learn aboutour country'sconstitutionalorder. Constitutions, functions, objectives, learn how toprotect thevaluesand thusto comply withthe basicrules of law. Studentsprepare forassessment and evaluationin particularoccupationsConstitutionaluseinformation.

MAN 214 Research Methods

This course will cover all stages of the marketing research processes, as wellas the collection and analysis of data in an actual research project. A variety of methods will be employed, both quantitative and qualitative, which may be applied to gathering and interpreting data for a specific problem. The ethical issues that arise during the research process will also be addressed. In addition, this course seeks to improve students’ critical thinking and problem solving skills. 

 

ITL 202 Introduction to Logistics

The course focuses to the foundations and research fields of the science logistics. Logistics related concepts, terms and definitions, statistical methods used in International logistics, economic and financial analysis, supply management, e- logistics, information technologies, 3th party logistics and life cycle cost concepts, operating requirements, system reliability, maintenance and operating requirements are studied.

ECO 202 Macroeconomics

This course is designed to study of the theory of macroeconomics which studies the economy as a whole. The main objective of the course is to focus on the terminology of macroeconomics with particular focus on the some basic concepts including gross national yield (GNY), gross domestic product (GDP), unemployment, inflation, deflation and relationship between different economic variables. During the class, debate on economic policies by different economic schools including Keynesian approach, Monetarist approach and new classical approach will be focused on. 

FLE 202 English IV

In this course, students’ skills improved to make a business communication. Thus grammar rules, reading, writing, understanding and speaking refocused.

MAN 204 Accounting II

The course will help the students appreciate the role of accounting information in financial decision making and is intended to serve as a foundation for subsequent Accounting and Finance courses

LAW 202 Commercial Law           

A study of the laws affecting the operation of businesses. Topics include commercial paper (checks, promissory notes, certificates of deposit, etc.); credit transactions and security devices (mortgages, pledges, liens, etc.); agency; and bankruptcy. Legal concepts underlying the Uniform Commercial Code as applied in sales of goods, commercial paper, and secured transactions; applications of bankruptcy, agency, bailment, property rights laws, and accountants legal liability.

ECO 301 Money Theory and Policy I

Monetary theory and policy, the functions of money, money, and their impact on the economic activities of central banks use monetary policy tools to try to explain how it affects the economy.

MAN 303 Cost Accounting

The course starts with the key issues of managerial accounting. This is followed by fundamentals and cost-accumulation systems; cost management systems, activity-based costing, and activity-based management; planning, control, and cost management systems; using accounting information in decision making . The emphasis of the topics to be covered is on familiarization of the business students to the changing role of managerial accounting in a dynamic business environment. Case studies will be used to enhance the learning process through applications.

ECO 303 International Economics I

Foreign Trade Policy, Objectives, Tools, customs tariffs, non-tariff trade policy instruments, Balance of Payments, International Payments On - More, External Balance of Payments Deficit Causes and Equalization Policy, Limited Capital Mobility and Monetary and Fiscal Policies Foreign Trade Impact of the IS - LM Curve Aided Analysis, International Monetary Relations, Foreign exchange markets, exchange rate stability disclosure of.

LAW 301 Labour and Social Security Law

Labour law is a branch of law, which mainly deals with the relations arising from the labour contract enacted between employees and their employers. However, in the field of labour law, states in many circumstances interfere and set up the minimum standards regulating employment relationship in order to protect workers, to establish equilibrium between the parties of the labour contract and to secure the peace at the work place. The main titles in the content of labour law are as follows: Basic principles of labour law, individual labour law and collective labour law. The aim of this course is to give a theoretical knowledge to the students about the mentioned topics and inform them about the problems of the subject which can be encountered in practice.Also The historical development of social security , social security concept, the financing of social insurance , management, and benefits are the topics covered

FLR 301 Russian I

A structured introduction to the basics of the Russian sound system and grammar, as well as speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension. Some presentation of Russian culture for beginner students.

FLF 301 French I

A structured introduction to the basics of the French sound system and grammar, as well as speaking, reading, writing, and comprehension. Some presentation of French culture for beginner students.

ECO 302 Money Theory and Policy II

Monetary theory and policy, the functions of money, money, and their impact on the economic activities of central banks use monetary policy tools to try to explain how it affects the economy.

ECO 304 International Economics II

Foreign Trade Policy, Objectives, Tools, customs tariffs, non-tariff trade policy instruments, Balance of Payments, International Payments On - More, External Balance of Payments Deficit Causes and Equalization Policy, Limited Capital Mobility and Monetary and Fiscal Policies Foreign Trade Impact of the IS - LM Curve Aided Analysis, International Monetary Relations, Foreign exchange markets, exchange rate stability disclosure of.

 

MAN 398 Field Experience

This course provides qualified students with an opportunity to receive academic credit for supervised professional training and experience in an actual work environment. This Internship is an ongoing seminar between the student, the faculty member and the employment supervisor. It involves an Internship Application and Learning Agreement, periodic meetings with the faculty representative, professional experience at a level equivalent to other senior-level courses and submission of material as established in the Internship Application and Learning Agreement. Participation cannot be guaranteed for all applicants.

ECO 310 Labour Economics and Industrial Economics

The aim of the course is to understand: the behaviour of employees and employers and of collective groups which they may form; how the labour market works and the macroeconomic and distributional outcomes it produces; the policies and practices of organisations towards their employees; government policy towards labour issues. Students are encouraged to take an international comparative perspective on the individual topics.. However, it allows a much more intensive study of distributional matters, of policy and of applied issues more generally than do these two core courses.

ITL 344 Procurement and Purchaising

In this course are discussed; purchasing organization, structure and processes, procurement and negotiation management, tactics and strategies, supplier evaluation techniques, supplier quality management system, examples of supplier certification program, supplier development policies, supplier control, supply chain coordination and contracts, supply chain integration issues.

MAN 348 Consumer Behavior      

This course introduces the student to the influence that consumer behavior has on marketing activities. Students will apply theoretical concepts to marketing strategies and decision-making. Topics include consumer and marketing segments, environmental influences, individual determinants, decision processes, information research and evaluation.

FLR 302 Russian II

This course for medium level Russian speakers who want to improve their communication skills. Grammar topics include the Russian system of asking and telling location as well as the use of Genitive, Accusative and Prepositional cases in expressions of location

FLF 302 French II

This course for medium level French speakers who want to improve their communication skills. Grammar topics include the French system of asking and telling location as well as the use of Genitive, Accusative and Prepositional cases in expressions of location.

 

ECO 401 Turkish Economy I

Historical development of Turkish Economy, economical problems of Turkey and solution suggestions, and Turkish economic institutions. 1908-1922 Constructing a Nation and a National Economy, 1922-1929 Reconstruction, 1930-1939 State-led Industrialization, 1940-1945 War Years, 1946-1953 Liberal Integration to the World Economy, 1954-1961 Readjustment, 1962-1976 Import Substitution Era and 1977-1979 Crises.

ECO 403 Economic Development and Growth I

Methods and basic concepts, developments underdevelopment conflict, development economics, new issues, development economics, the rise and fall of the traditional development theories: big push, duality problem and development stages, balanced and unbalanced development, growth poles, development, political economy, development economics, new perspectives

ECO 407 Fiscal Policy I

Of fiscal policy issues, definition, objectives, purpose-vehicle, compliance issues, effectiveness of fiscal policy debate on the fiscal policy and national income balance, economic stability in the monetary and fiscal policy, fiscal policy in the methods, inflation and fiscal policy, the recession in the fight against fiscal policy, stagflation and fiscal policy, and fiscal policy issues of economic stability in Turkey.

EKO 409 Graduation Project I

In this course, students are prepared a research project that include conceptual and theoretical framework which represent theoretical, historical and recent knowledge they have acquired throughout the program.

ITL 402 Export and Import Management

As the business of international trade have become more challenging and competitive, executives in the import-export trade and logistics management need to equip and update themselves with the modern concept and techniques in management. This is an interdisciplinary course. That is why this course involves subjects from various fields like management, logistics, law, finance etc. and includes Import Procedures and Practices, Export Management; Government Policies and Licensing Procedures, Managing International Contracts and Logistics.

FLR 401 Russian III

Students review introductions, meeting others and telling about themself, biographical information, college plans and letter writing.  Grammar topics include the Russian system of asking and telling location as well as the use of Genitive, Accusative and Prepositional cases in expressions of location. There is also a review of verb conjugation.  Culture topics include the Russian educational system and the life and works of the famous Russian poet, Alexander Pushkin.

 

FLF 401 French III

Students review introductions, meeting others and telling about themself, biographical information, college plans and letter writing.  Grammar topics include the French system of asking and telling location as well as the use of Genitive, Accusative and Prepositional cases in expressions of location. There is also a review of verb conjugation.  Culture topics include the French educational system and the life.

ECO 402 Turkish Economy II

Foreign Trade Policies in Turkey after the 1980s, social Policies of Turkish economy, the Monetary and Fiscal Policies of Turkish Economy, the Main Reasons Behind the “2000-2001 Crisis and IMF Policies, the Impacts of Global Financial Crisis on Turkish economy. Future of Turkish Economy

ECO 404 Economic Growth and Development II

Methods and basic concepts, developments underdevelopment conflict, development economics, new issues, development economics, the rise and fall of the traditional development theories: big push, duality problem and development stages, balanced and unbalanced development, growth poles, development, political economy, development economics, new perspectives

MAN 406 Management Information Systems

Information concept, transition process to the information society, and its effect on business administration, using computeraided information systems applications in businesses, choosing, improvement, and installment of information systems in businesses, applications of information systems in businesses are the subjects of the course.

MAN 452 Occupational Health and Safety          

This program will provide you with a fundamental understanding of occupational health and safety. The program addresses the role and responsibilities of an occupational health and safety practitioner including: Risk management, Hazard recognition, control, and prevention Safety management systems in the workplace. The program incorporates a multi-disciplinary approach in contributing to the development of a health and safety culture.

ECO 408 Fiscal Policy II

Of fiscal policy issues, definition, objectives, purpose-vehicle, compliance issues, effectiveness of fiscal policy debate on the fiscal policy and national income balance, economic stability in the monetary and fiscal policy, fiscal policy in the methods, inflation and fiscal policy, the recession in the fight against fiscal policy, stagflation and fiscal policy, and fiscal policy issues of economic stability in TurkeyEconomic

EKO 410 Graduation Project II

In this course, students are prepared a research project that include conceptual and theoretical framework which represent theoretical, historical and recent knowledge they have acquired throughout the program.