• ACCT 201 - 1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:An introduction to financial reporting designed to create an awareness of the accounting concepts and principles for preparing the four basic financial statements: the income statement, statement of stockholders’ equity, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. The course is designed to benefit all students who will be future users of accounting information
  • ACCT 202 - 1 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:ACCT. 201
    Description:An introduction to the determination, development, and uses of internal accounting information needed by management in decision-making while continuously controlling and managing costs. The course is designed to benefit all students who will be future users of accounting information.
  • ACCT 901 - 1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:THURS FRI SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Financial accounting with a managerial emphasis. Generally accepted concepts, assumptions, standards and practices used in recording business transactions and in the preparation of published financial statements: balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. The basic recording cycle involved in recording, storing and summarizing business transactions, accounting for current assets, inventories, plant-property-equipment, liabilities, capital stock and retained earnings. The effect of different accounting alternatives on the financial position and profitability of the company. Analysis and interpretation of financial statements.
  • ACWR 101 - 1 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:PAUL NEWTON
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Conventions of academic writing, content, organization, and style. Appropriate standards for acknowledging and citing scholarly sources. Skills are reinforced through different course themes which encourage critical reading, analysis, and the acquisition of informed opinion.
  • ACWR 101 - 2 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:PAUL NEWTON
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:Conventions of academic writing, content, organization, and style. Appropriate standards for acknowledging and citing scholarly sources. Skills are reinforced through different course themes which encourage critical reading, analysis, and the acquisition of informed opinion.
  • ACWR 103 - 1 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR BUSINESS

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 103 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in Business. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 103 - 2 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR BUSINESS

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:30
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 103 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in Business. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 106 - 1 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 106 - 2 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 106 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in scientific disciplines. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ARHA 318 - 1 LATE ANTIQUE AND BYZANTINE ART

    Instructor:IVANA JEVTIC
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:A comprehensive chronological survey of the various monuments of Early Christian and Byzantine art, spanning from the earliest surviving traces of Christian art and architecture in the city of Rome and the eastern provinces of the Late Roman Empire to the art and architecture of the Late Byzantine Empire in Constantinople and the Balkans.
  • ARTS 201 - 1 ART OF MOVEMENT

    Instructor:İLKAY TÜRKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Principles of efficient movement in a way that encourages personal expression and physical and emotional involvement. Perceiving the self and the world around us using one's body fully; body/mind/feeling results in a holistic and healthy awareness.
  • ARTS 202 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO DANCE

    Instructor:DUYGU GÜNGÖR
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:Reading, discussion and applications in body awareness through movement, basic dance technique and improvisation. Safer, efficient movement; exercises that strengthen the body; self expression by exploring movement qualities and the use of time and space.
  • ARTS 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ARTS

    Instructor:BEDİRHAN DEHMEN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:
  • ASIU 100 - 1 LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD

    Instructor:JULIE DOXSEE
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Examining how social ideas are expressed through and portrayed in works of the creative imagination. A selection of literary texts, films, visual representations, and/or essays that speak to a particular social issue or set of interrelated social issues. A variety of themes, such as feminism, globalization, migration, environmentalism, post-colonialism and nationalism. Developing students' competencies in: written and oral communication skills; creativity and scepticism; and critical thinking.
  • ASIU 100 - 2 LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD

    Instructor:JULIE DOXSEE
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Examining how social ideas are expressed through and portrayed in works of the creative imagination. A selection of literary texts, films, visual representations, and/or essays that speak to a particular social issue or set of interrelated social issues. A variety of themes, such as feminism, globalization, migration, environmentalism, post-colonialism and nationalism. Developing students' competencies in: written and oral communication skills; creativity and scepticism; and critical thinking.
  • ASIU 100 - 3 LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD

    Instructor:JULIE DOXSEE
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Examining how social ideas are expressed through and portrayed in works of the creative imagination. A selection of literary texts, films, visual representations, and/or essays that speak to a particular social issue or set of interrelated social issues. A variety of themes, such as feminism, globalization, migration, environmentalism, post-colonialism and nationalism. Developing students' competencies in: written and oral communication skills; creativity and scepticism; and critical thinking.
  • ASIU 103 - 1 LITERATURE AND THE SENSES

    Instructor:DİDEM GÜNGÖREN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Introduction to the literary world of the senses, by taking into consideration Hume 's description of the human mind as a blank sheet filled with sensory stimulations. How did blindness influence the writings of Homer, John Milton, Borges, or Aşık Veysel? Is it possible for deaf people to write poems directly in their sign language and without the intermediacy of spoken/written word? Drawing attention to the relationship between sensory experience and writing.
  • ASIU 103 - 2 LITERATURE AND THE SENSES

    Instructor:DİDEM GÜNGÖREN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:Introduction to the literary world of the senses, by taking into consideration Hume 's description of the human mind as a blank sheet filled with sensory stimulations. How did blindness influence the writings of Homer, John Milton, Borges, or Aşık Veysel? Is it possible for deaf people to write poems directly in their sign language and without the intermediacy of spoken/written word? Drawing attention to the relationship between sensory experience and writing.
  • ASIU 109 - 1 ART OF MUSIC AND MOVEMENT IN THE 20TH CENTURY

    Instructor:BEDİRHAN DEHMEN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:An exploration of the aesthetic concepts of the 20th century musical composition and dance choreography, the arts of creating/organizing sounds and movements. Possible relationships-both diverging and converging-between these two disciplines when brought together on stage in traditional or contemporary inter-disciplinary artistic forms such as dance-musical, music-drama, opera, digital multi-media performance. Considering parallel developments in other artistic fields such as painting, sculpture and cinema. Testing and challenging the boundaries between sound and movement, as well as those investigating the tripartite relation between sound, movement and image. Critical discussions on Aesthetics, Modernity&Postmodernity, High&Low Art, Orientalism&Self-Orientalism, the nature of art and creativity, autonomy of artistic disciplines as well as blurring of boundaries.
  • ASIU 109 - 2 ART OF MUSIC AND MOVEMENT IN THE 20TH CENTURY

    Instructor:BEDİRHAN DEHMEN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:An exploration of the aesthetic concepts of the 20th century musical composition and dance choreography, the arts of creating/organizing sounds and movements. Possible relationships-both diverging and converging-between these two disciplines when brought together on stage in traditional or contemporary inter-disciplinary artistic forms such as dance-musical, music-drama, opera, digital multi-media performance. Considering parallel developments in other artistic fields such as painting, sculpture and cinema. Testing and challenging the boundaries between sound and movement, as well as those investigating the tripartite relation between sound, movement and image. Critical discussions on Aesthetics, Modernity&Postmodernity, High&Low Art, Orientalism&Self-Orientalism, the nature of art and creativity, autonomy of artistic disciplines as well as blurring of boundaries.
  • ASIU 111 - 1 FILM GENRE

    Instructor:BEHRE ÖZALP
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-18:20
    Description:Some of the many questions, concerns and misconceptions raised by the study of film through genre: What is genre? Are film genres a marketing tool, a by-product of journalism or a fundamental way of understanding and discussing motion pictures? Is there such a thing as a `genre film? or is no movie immune to genre criticism? What are the generic tropes associated with certain genres? Can a film belong to more than one genre? Does a film?s genre stay the same over time? Does a genre-based view expand or delimit our conception of a motion picture?
  • BMSE 591 - 1 PROJECT

    Instructor:BURAK ERMAN
    Meeting Days:
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  • CFIN 501 - 1 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

    Instructor:CÜNEYT DEMİRGÜREŞ
    Meeting Days:THURS*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Introduction to the time value of money and discounted cash flow analysis; coverage of financial decisions to maximize the value of the firm?s equity: valuation of assets, liabilities, and common equity; capital budgeting decisions; opportunity cost of capital; risk and return.
  • CHBI 291 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:CAN ERKEY
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 02 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:ALPER UZUN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 03 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:BURAK ERMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 04 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:HALİL KAVAKLI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 05 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:ÖZLEM KESKİN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 06 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:SEDA KESKİN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 07 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:SEDA KIZILEL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 08 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:MEHMET SAYAR
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 291 - 09 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:YAMAN ARKUN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:CAN ERKEY
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 02 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:ALPER UZUN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 03 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:BURAK ERMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 04 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:HALİL KAVAKLI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 05 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:ÖZLEM KESKİN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 06 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:SEDA KESKİN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 07 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:SEDA KIZILEL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 08 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:MEHMET SAYAR
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CHBI 391 - 09 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:YAMAN ARKUN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • COMP 130 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:This course is a general introduction to programming using the Java programming language. It emphasizes the structured programming language aspects of Java and de-emphasizes its object-oriented aspects. The latter are covered only to the extent that enables students to use standard Java libraries for common tasks. Students who complete this course successfully should gain a solid foundation in algorithmic thinking and structured programming, and should be able to perform basic, common computational tasks easily and efficiently.
  • COMP 291 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:DENİZ YÜRET
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • COMP 391 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:YÜCEL YEMEZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • CSEM 500 - 1 CEMS BLOCK SEMINAR

    Instructor:AYŞEGÜL ÖZSOMER
    Meeting Days:WED THURS FRI SAT
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Intensive seminar on selected management topics.
  • CSEM 500 - 2 CEMS BLOCK SEMINAR

    Instructor:NÜKHET HARMANCIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:WED THURS FRI SAT
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Intensive seminar on selected management topics.
  • ECON 100 - 1 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Instructor:SİNAN SARPCA
    Meeting Days:TUES WED*
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:Economic reasoning; basic concepts and processes in microeconomics and macroeconomics; identification and discussion of current economic issues covered in popular economics publications.
  • ECON 201 - 1 MICROECONOMICS

    Instructor:ELİF KUBİLAY
    Meeting Days:TUES WED*
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Prerequisite:ECON. 100 or ECON. 110
    Description:Conceptual foundations and modeling tools towards an understanding of economic decisions and interactions; theory of the consumer: preferences and utility maximization, with application to different choice contexts; theory of the firm: profit maximization, cost minimization; market equilibrium with perfect competition, monopoly, and oligopoly; markets for factor of production; introduction to general equilibrium and welfare; public goods and externalities; basic concepts of game theory and strategic interaction; information and market failure.
  • ECON 202 - 1 MACROECONOMICS

    Instructor:BERNA TUNCAY
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:ECON. 100 or Econ. 200
    Description:Real and financial sides of the aggregate economy; determinants of long-term economic growth and the Solow growth model; the business cycle and the behavior of aggregate consumption, savings, investment , and unemployment; aggregate price dynamics and inflation; monetary and fiscal policies in the context of IS-LM framework; open economy: real exchange rate and balance of payments. Impact of financial crises and macroeconomic policy response.
  • ECON 500 - 1 MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-16:00
    Description:To facilitate a swift transition from undergraduate to graduate training, the mathematical foundation that all students should have will be reviewed. Topics include: mathematical statements and proofs; functions; sequences and limits; continuity; differentiation; metric spaces; integration.
  • ECON 557 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED MICROECONOMICS

    Instructor:UTKU ÜNVER
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Topics will be announced before the semester.
  • ECON 557 - 2 SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED MICROECONOMICS

    Instructor:UTKU ÜNVER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced before the semester.
  • ECON 558 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS

    Instructor:KAMİL YILMAZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced before the semester.
  • ECON 559 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS

    Instructor:KAMİL YILMAZ
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Topics will be announced before the semester.
  • ELEC 291 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:SEDAT NİZAMOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
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    Prerequisite:ELEC 100
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • ELEC 391 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:ALPER DEMİR
    Meeting Days:
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    Prerequisite:ELEC 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • ELEC 391 - 2 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:MURAT TEKALP
    Meeting Days:
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    Prerequisite:ELEC 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • ELEC 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    Instructor:MURAT TEKALP
    Meeting Days:
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  • EMED 600 - 1 EMERGENCY MEDICINE

    Instructor:CAN AKTAŞ
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Interns will spend four weeks in the Emergency Department. They will take an active role in the initial evaluation and treatment of patients, work alongside senior residents, attendings, and nursing staff, and are exposed to wide variety of patients, medical and surgical emergencies, and procedures. Interns will gain valuable experience, as they will be able to follow patients from presentation, through their workup, and onto their diagnosis and management. Interns will evaluate the patients’ level of urgency, learn and apply triage principles. Learn the basic interventions (such as urinary catheter, N/G gavage, taking blood sample, intubation etc). Interns will participate in daily teaching sessions, weekly departmental conferences, as well as lecture series designed specifically for them. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • EMED 600 - 2 EMERGENCY MEDICINE

    Instructor:CAN AKTAŞ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Interns will spend four weeks in the Emergency Department. They will take an active role in the initial evaluation and treatment of patients, work alongside senior residents, attendings, and nursing staff, and are exposed to wide variety of patients, medical and surgical emergencies, and procedures. Interns will gain valuable experience, as they will be able to follow patients from presentation, through their workup, and onto their diagnosis and management. Interns will evaluate the patients’ level of urgency, learn and apply triage principles. Learn the basic interventions (such as urinary catheter, N/G gavage, taking blood sample, intubation etc). Interns will participate in daily teaching sessions, weekly departmental conferences, as well as lecture series designed specifically for them. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • ENGL 500 - 1 ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:JULIE DOXSEE
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:The following objectives will be met through extensive reading, writing and discussion both in and out of class.Build a solid background in academic discourse, both written and spoken. Improve intensive and extensive critical reading skills. Foster critical and creative thinking. Build fundamental academic writing skills including summary, paraphrase, analysis, synthesis. Master cohesiveness as well as proper academic citation when incorporating the work of others.
  • ENGR 200 - 1 PROBABILITY AND RANDOM VARIABLES FOR ENGINEERS

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR ERGÜL
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Prerequisite:MATH. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to probability, sets, conditional probability, total probability theorem and Bayes rule; Independence, counting; Discrete random variables, functions of random variables, expectation, mean and variance; Continuous random variables, probability density functions, and cumulative distribution functions; Multiple random variables; Sums of random variables; Limit theorems; Covariance and correlation; Introduction to Stochastic Processes
  • ETHR 105 - 1 ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE

    Instructor:ELİS ŞİMŞON
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.
  • ETHR 105 - 2 ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE

    Instructor:ELİS ŞİMŞON
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.
  • ETHR 113 - 1 A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS

    Instructor:NALAN SARAÇ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.
  • ETHR 113 - 2 A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS

    Instructor:NALAN SARAÇ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.
  • FREN 201 - 1 FRENCH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:AFEF KHABLACHI ANAMUR
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Description:An introduction of beginners to the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing and to the French culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Language: first half of level A1.
  • FREN 202 - 1 FRENCH II : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:AFEF KHABLACHI ANAMUR
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:FREN. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Continuation of FREN 201, designed to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and to deepen cultural awareness for successful interaction in routine situations. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: second half of level A1.
  • GERM 201 - 1 GERMAN I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:SERPİL AYDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Description:An introduction of beginners to the four language skills listening, speaking, reading and writing, as well as to the German culture. Enables learners to ask and answer simple questions on very familiar topics; to initiate and to respond to simple statements in areas of immediate need. Complies with the first half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • GERM 202 - 1 GERMAN II : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:SERPİL AYDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:GERM. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Targets learners with little previous knowledge of German; designed to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills; deepens cultural awareness; enables learners to interact in a simple way in routine situations. Complies with the second half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • HEKL 400 - 1 SUMMER CLINICAL INTERNSHIP II

    Instructor:AYŞE OCAKCI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Direct care of patients in general care, pediatric or women’s health setting. Builds upon skills learned in HEKL 301, 302,303 and 304.
  • HIST 100 - 1 GLIMPSING MODERN TURKISH HISTORY

    Instructor:EDA DALOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:HIST 301 or HIST 302
    Description:Basic introduction to Modern Turkish History. Looking at 19th and 20th centuries of Ottoman Empire and Turkey. Analysis of different reading pieces and documentaries related to Modern Turkish History.
  • HIST 308 - 1 HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT

    Instructor:BOĞAÇ EROZAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101 or consent of the instructor
    Description:An historical analysis of great political ideas as put forth by ancient and modern philosophers and political theorists such as Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Montesquieu, and Marx. The focus is on intellectual debates on the foundational questions of politics (forms of government, the relationship of the individual to the state, justice and morality).
  • HIST 409 - 1 GENDER, CULTURE AND POLITICS

    Instructor:YAVUZ AYKAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:The role of gender in public and private life and its political, cultural and social implications.
  • HUMS 101 - 1 MODERN HISTORY

    Instructor:DOĞAN GÜRPINAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-15:20
    Description:Chief themes and events in modern history, roughly since 1848. Industrialization, the American Civil War, start of true globalization. The spread of westernization, the rivalries of the Great Powers, World War I. The spread of Americanization, the rise of Communism, the Russian Revolution; the peace-treaties of the period 1919, 1923 (Versailles to Lausanne).
  • HUMS 101 - 2 MODERN HISTORY

    Instructor:SANDRINE BERTAUX
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Chief themes and events in modern history, roughly since 1848. Industrialization, the American Civil War, start of true globalization. The spread of westernization, the rivalries of the Great Powers, World War I. The spread of Americanization, the rise of Communism, the Russian Revolution; the peace-treaties of the period 1919, 1923 (Versailles to Lausanne).
  • HUMS 108 - 1 IDENTITY, POWER AND CULTURE

    Instructor:GÜLDENİZ KIBRIS
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Focusing on how power structures and different cultural encounters including trade, religious conversion, conquest, migration, colonization and warfare influence the way people see themselves and `the others? from the 18th century to the beginning of 21st century. Understanding how individuals conceive and experience their identities along nation, class, race, ethnicity, gender in the broader context of different geographic regions across the globe. Recourse to a variety of historical sources from photos to cartoons.
  • HUMS 108 - 2 IDENTITY, POWER AND CULTURE

    Instructor:GÜLDENİZ KIBRIS
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Focusing on how power structures and different cultural encounters including trade, religious conversion, conquest, migration, colonization and warfare influence the way people see themselves and `the others? from the 18th century to the beginning of 21st century. Understanding how individuals conceive and experience their identities along nation, class, race, ethnicity, gender in the broader context of different geographic regions across the globe. Recourse to a variety of historical sources from photos to cartoons.
  • HUMS 108 - 3 IDENTITY, POWER AND CULTURE

    Instructor:GÜLDENİZ KIBRIS
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Focusing on how power structures and different cultural encounters including trade, religious conversion, conquest, migration, colonization and warfare influence the way people see themselves and `the others? from the 18th century to the beginning of 21st century. Understanding how individuals conceive and experience their identities along nation, class, race, ethnicity, gender in the broader context of different geographic regions across the globe. Recourse to a variety of historical sources from photos to cartoons.
  • HUMS 122 - 1 HISTORY OF TURKISH NATIONALISM

    Instructor:DOĞAN GÜRPINAR
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:Investigating the evolution and the defining features of Turkish nationalism from the demise of the Ottoman Empire until today. Providing students with a better understanding of how different scholars conceptualize nationalism as a force shaping and reshaping the state and societies in the 19th and 20th centuries. Included topics: ideological consolidation of Turkish nationalism, the other, and the relationship of Islam and Turkish nationalism.
  • IMED 600 - 1 INTERNAL MEDICINE

    Instructor:DİLEK URAL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Effective communication with the patients and their relatives, taking medical history and performing physical examination, improving physical examination skills, evaluation of signs and symptoms of the diseases, selection of the most appropriate laboratory or diagnostic tests, a reasonable analysis of patient data, and reporting patient information. To have critical knowledge about the diagnosis and management of common, foremost acute/chronic medical illnesses. Ability to select and interpret laboratory tests and imaging modalities and rational drug therapies. (8 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • IMED 600 - 2 INTERNAL MEDICINE

    Instructor:DİLEK URAL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Effective communication with the patients and their relatives, taking medical history and performing physical examination, improving physical examination skills, evaluation of signs and symptoms of the diseases, selection of the most appropriate laboratory or diagnostic tests, a reasonable analysis of patient data, and reporting patient information. To have critical knowledge about the diagnosis and management of common, foremost acute/chronic medical illnesses. Ability to select and interpret laboratory tests and imaging modalities and rational drug therapies. (8 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • INDR 291 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:EMRE YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 291 - 02 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:MEHMET GÖNEN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 291 - 03 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:LERZAN ÖRMECİ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 291 - 04 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:METİN TÜRKAY
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 291 - 05 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:PELİN CANBOLAT
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 291 - 06 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:SİBEL SALMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 291 - 07 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:SÜLEYMAN ÖZEKİCİ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 291 - 08 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:GABOR RUDOLF
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 100 and (INDR 252 or INDR 262)
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:EMRE YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 02 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:MEHMET GÖNEN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 03 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:LERZAN ÖRMECİ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 04 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:METİN TÜRKAY
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 05 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:PELİN CANBOLAT
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 06 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:SİBEL SALMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 07 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:SÜLEYMAN ÖZEKİCİ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INDR 391 - 08 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:GABOR RUDOLF
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • INTL 301 - 1 THE TURKISH CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM

    Instructor:BOĞAÇ EROZAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Constitution as the Supreme Law of the Land and as an operating mechanism; organization and functioning of the legislative, executive and judicial branches; interrelation between them; the citizen, civil liberties and the Government.
  • INTL 308 - 1 HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT

    Instructor:BOĞAÇ EROZAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101 or consent of the instructor
    Description:An historical analysis of great political ideas as put forth by ancient and modern philosophers and political theorists such as Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Montesquieu, and Marx. The focus is on intellectual debates on the foundational questions of politics (forms of government, the relationship of the individual to the state, justice and morality).
  • ISP 451 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-21:00
    Description:
  • ISP 451 - 2 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-15:50
    Description:
  • ISP 550 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:HAKAN KARATEKE
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • ISP 552 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:IVANA JEVTIC
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • ISP 553 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:NEBAHAT GERÇEK
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • ISP 555 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-14:00
    Description:
  • ISP 557 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:AHMET İÇDUYGU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • ITAL 201 - 1 ITALIAN I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:BRUNO LONGO
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Description:An introduction of beginners to the four language skills listening, speaking, reading and writing and to contemporary everyday Italian culture in order to be able to communicate simply in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: first half of level A1
  • ITAL 202 - 1 ITALIAN II : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:BRUNO LONGO
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:ITAL. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Develops the four language skills listening, speaking, reading and writing, and the awareness of contemporary everyday Italian culture in order to interact successfully with native speakers of the language in routine situations. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: second half of level A1.
  • KURD 201 - 1 BASIC KURDISH I

    Instructor:YAVUZ AYKAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-18:20
    Description:Introduction to the Kurdish language. To develop the language and skills required for effective communication at the basic level and raise awareness of processes involved in learning to communicate. To learn and use Kurdish in daily interactions and also read and write in Kurdish. To gain the awareness of multiplicity of dialectal varieties of the Kurdish language and to encourage to learn differences between these varieties.
  • LANG 290 - 1 SIGN LANGUAGE I

    Instructor:CANAN TÜRKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Description:Aiming to increase the possibilities of communication of hearing and speech impaired in society through equipping university students with sign language skills. Differentiating our students in their future careers with this skill.
  • LANG 291 - 1 SIGN LANGUAGE II

    Instructor:CANAN TÜRKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:LANG. 290
    Description:TİD (Turkish Sign Language) alphabet, basic sentence structures, yes-no questions, negatives, time structures, numbers, question structures. Translation in sign language. Analysis of sign language in construction of social structures.
  • LAW 552 - 1 ST LAW: INVESTMENT TREATY LAW AND ARBITRATION

    Instructor:CAN YEGİNSU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MATH 102 - 1 CALCULUS

    Instructor:DOĞAN BİLGE
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Limit of a function; Continuous functions and their properties; Derivative andapplications; Extreme values; Indefinite integral; Riemann integral and fundamental theorem of calculus; Logarithmic and exponential functions; L?Hospital?s rule; Sequence and series of numbers; Power series and their properties;
  • MATH 106 - 1 CALCULUS I

    Instructor:DOĞAN BİLGE
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:Limits and continuity; derivative and properties of differentiable functions; mean value theorems, Taylor's formula, extreme values; indefinite integral and integral rules; Riemann integral and fundamental theorem of calculus; L'Hospital's rule; improper integrals.
  • MATH 107 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA

    Instructor:MEHMET SARIDERELI
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:30-18:20
    Description:Vectors; matrices and systems of linear equations; vector spaces; linear maps; orthogonality; algebra of complex numbers; eigenvalue problems.
  • MATH 201 - 1 STATISTICS

    Instructor:MEHMET SARIDERELI
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Prerequisite:(MATH.100 or MATH.101 or MATH.106) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Descriptive statistics; measures of association, correlation, simple regression; probability theory, conditional probability, independence; random variables and probability distributions; sampling distributions; estimation; inference (confidence intervals and hypothesis testing). Topics are supported by computer applications.
  • MAVA 208 - 1 VIDEO BASICS

    Instructor:DİDEM PEKÜN
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Fundamentals of digital video camera skills such as framing and exposure as well as guidelines of non-linear digital editing, such as montage, parallel editing, transitions, editing to sound and exporting for various platforms. Multiple hands on exercises with camera and final short video production.
  • MAVA 210 - 1 PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS

    Instructor:CEMRE YEŞİL
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Brief history of photography from 1839 to the present. Fundamentals of photography from conventional to digital. Methods of image capturing by using correct exposure, lighting and composition techniques. Basic photographic variables such as; aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Introduction to the photographic equipment, materials, processes and philosophy. Ways of seeing are discussed throughout the course.
  • MAVA 311 - 1 FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION

    Instructor:ALİ VATANSEVER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Description:Basic concepts of time-based visual media with an emphasis on the perception and experience of moving images, kinesics, and the structure and aesthetics of cinematic language. Use of camera and audio-recording devices.
  • MAVA 342 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:ÖZGE PALA
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Prerequisite:PSYC. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. Students will identify and develop the skills needed to make an effective contribution to organization, to manage others, and to maintain a high quality of work life. Topics covered include: motivation, communication, conflict negotiation, group dynamics, leadership, organizational & job design, and change management
  • MBGE 200 - 1 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY

    Instructor:İBRAHİM BARIŞ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Principles of biochemistry; molecular and cell biology. General introduction to cell structure and function. Genetics, bioenergetics, anatomy and physiology; introduction to biotechnology.
  • MECH 291 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE I

    Instructor:METİN MURADOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • MECH 391 - 01 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:İSMAİL LAZOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:MECH 291 or ENGR 291
    Description:A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.
  • MFIN 551 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:MICHAEL ÇALIKUŞU
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 552 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:FRI SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 553 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 554 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:MICHAEL ÇALIKUŞU
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 661 - 1 SEMINAR IN CORPORATE FINANCE

    Instructor:MERİH SEVİLİR
    Meeting Days:FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-13:00
    Description:The first part of this course focuses on recent theoretical developments in corporate finance theory. Topics include relevant concepts in game theory and contract theory and their applications to corporate finance. The techniques developed are used to understand agency conflicts between debt holders and equity holders, the role of managerial reputation and monitoring by financial intermediaries; conflicts of interest between managers and shareholders; capital structure and security design under asymmetric information; interactions between capital structure and product market competition; the market for corporate control, takeovers and acquisitions; bankruptcy and reorganization; IPOs and under-pricing. The second part of the course studies the firm?s choice of its capital structure and dividend policy in settings characterized by moral hazard or asymmetric information, security issuance, investment decisions, corporate control, and corporate governance. The course introduces students to the databases and empirical methods used most frequently in corporate finance research.
  • MFIN 673 - 1 EMPIRICAL ASSET PRICING

    Instructor:TURAN BALİ
    Meeting Days:TUES*
    Meeting Start-End:11:00-17:00
    Description:The objectives of this course are to (1) discuss anomalies in equity and debt markets; (2) generate ideas to come up with profitable portfolios with relatively low risk; (3) explain how to form long-short equity portfolios; (4) measure the extreme losses of equity and fixed income portfolios; (5) arbitrage with equity, debt, and derivative securities; (6) model the term structure of interest rates, yield curves, and interest rate volatility; and (7) link macroeconomic variables and fundamentals with volatility in financial markets.
  • MFIN 674 - 1 EMPIRICAL BEHAVIORAL FINANCE

    Instructor:ÜMİT GÜRÜN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • MFIN 808 - 1 GOVERNANCE OF FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS

    Instructor:TAYFUN BAYAZIT
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:18:30-21:30
    Description:The theory of financial intermediation and the structure of financial markets; interest rates and security valuation; central banking system and monetary policy; securities markets including money, capital and foreign exchange markets; commercial banking; investment banks, insurance companies, mutual funds and pension funds.
  • MFIN 830 - 1 VALUATION AND CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING

    Instructor:MUSTAFA GÜLTEKİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:18:30-21:30
    Prerequisite:(MGEC. 802 and MFIN. 510 and MFIN. 813 and MFIN. 815 and MFIN. 516 and MFIN. 825) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Creating value through corporate restructuring and examining how various types of restructurings impact creditors, shareholders, employees and other stakeholders. Topics covered include quantitative background on corporate valuation methodologies; application of these methodologies to value creation through restructurings such as mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy reorganizations and workouts, corporate spin-offs, targeted stock offerings, and employee buyouts.
  • MFIN 852 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:AHMET ERELÇİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:18:30-21:30
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 853 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:MICHAEL ÇALIKUŞU
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:18:30-21:30
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 862 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MGBT 590 - 1 SEMINAR IN BUSINESS THEORY

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A series of presentations by faculty, outside speakers and students.
  • MGEC 802 - 1 MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:MURAT UÇER
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:18:30-21:30
    Description:Effects of macroeconomic policies such as fiscal, monetary, and foreign exchange on business. Causes and consequences of inflation and unemployment. Economic growth and technological progress. Open economy, international flow of goods and capital, exchange rates.
  • MGEC 901 - 1 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS

    Instructor:ALP ATAKAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Fundamental concepts and analytical tools of microeconomic theory as applied to managerial decision making. Demand, supply and equilibrium in a competitive market. Market equilibrium in monopolistic and oligopolistic markets; markets with network externalities; behavior under conditions of asymmetric information.
  • MGIS 902 - 1 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    Instructor:OZAN TATAR
    Meeting Days:THURS FRI
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Basic concepts of information technology, systems analysis and design, competitive implications of information management, information systems and change, future directions in information technology use, managerial issues associated with e-commerce technology.
  • MGMT 311 - 1 SOCIAL IMPACT

    Instructor:AYŞE YALÇIN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Best practices in social entrepreneurship, social innovation, corporate social responsibility and other social impact creating activities. Funding and structuring of these activities. The social economy through the emerging spectrum of organizational forms that generate social impact. Trends and drivers reshaping the dynamics of social impact. Best impact practices in different sectors.
  • MGMT 510 - 1 SKIL SEMINARS

    Instructor:STEFAN WUYTS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • MGMT 510 - 2 SKIL SEMINARS

    Instructor:STEFAN WUYTS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • MGMT 551 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:SABA ÇOLAKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:FRI SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MGMT 552 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:LEMİ BARUH
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MGMT 902 - 1 BUSINESS SIMULATION

    Instructor:TOM SCHRYVER
    Meeting Days:WED THURS FRI SAT
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Managing a computer simulated firm over consecutive, annual operating periods whereby competitive performance is measured in terms of market shares and corresponding financial results. Integrative learning experience in the essentials of financial accounting, principles of marketing, finance and operations management; and the importance of good forecasting in balancing the overall business activities of a firm in a market- driven economy.
  • MGMT 903 - 1 NEW VENTURE DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:BRANDLY GEORGE
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED SAT
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:An overview of the processes involved in starting, funding and investing in a new or growing entrepreneurial venture. Development of skills and knowledge required for organizing and managing a new business enterprise and preparing the business plan.
  • MGMT 904 - 1 BUILDING LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS

    Instructor:HASAN YILMAZ
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:This course builds on work begun in orientation program dealing with team building, group and feedback processes. Launched by a series of skills building workshops including effective writing and public speaking, negotiations and creative problem solving, the course explores the leadership concept, key leadership traits and typical leadership styles, situational leadership, and the critical role of leadership during the change process. A personal development plan is prepared based on self-awareness to build on strengths while improving weaknesses in order to develop abilities to manage oneself and to lead others.
  • MGMT 908 - 1 BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT

    Instructor:MARK KENNEDY
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Effect of political and regulatory agencies and media and activist group actions on commercial success. Integration of initiatives for mutually beneficial relations with governments and Non-Government Organizations (NGO?s) into the company?s strategy.
  • MIND 600 - 1 PSYCHIATRY

    Instructor:ALİ TASKIRAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Interns are expected to solidify their knowledge about adult and child psychopathology and will gain hands-on experience in working with psychiatric patients. They will be able to connect with their underlying humanity, will work on effective communication strategies and professional behaviors with patients, families, and other members of the team caring for the patient. Interns will be expected to conduct diagnostic interviews, formulate a biopsychosocial understanding of the presenting problem and work on implementing treatment plans. They will spend half their time in inpatient settings and the rest in outpatient clinics as well as consultation and liaison services. They will have exposure to different treatment modalities such as pharmacotherapy, diverse psychotherapy techniques, electroconvulsive therapy, occupational therapy, group, family and other supportive interventions. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • MIND 600 - 2 PSYCHIATRY

    Instructor:ALİ TASKIRAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Interns are expected to solidify their knowledge about adult and child psychopathology and will gain hands-on experience in working with psychiatric patients. They will be able to connect with their underlying humanity, will work on effective communication strategies and professional behaviors with patients, families, and other members of the team caring for the patient. Interns will be expected to conduct diagnostic interviews, formulate a biopsychosocial understanding of the presenting problem and work on implementing treatment plans. They will spend half their time in inpatient settings and the rest in outpatient clinics as well as consultation and liaison services. They will have exposure to different treatment modalities such as pharmacotherapy, diverse psychotherapy techniques, electroconvulsive therapy, occupational therapy, group, family and other supportive interventions. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • OBGY 600 - 1 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR ÖKTEM
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Interns in Obstetrics and Gynecology are expected to fulfill a four-week program rotating through specialties in the Department. Two weeks are spent as part of the labor and delivery team; following-up laboring and antepartum patients, assisting in deliveries and C-sections, seeing patients in the outpatient Obstetrics clinics. Interns will spend two weeks as part of the Gynecology service. During this period, they are expected to actively take part in the care of in-patients, assist in the operating room, consult emergency patients and work in the Outpatient Clinic. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • OBGY 600 - 2 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR ÖKTEM
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Interns in Obstetrics and Gynecology are expected to fulfill a four-week program rotating through specialties in the Department. Two weeks are spent as part of the labor and delivery team; following-up laboring and antepartum patients, assisting in deliveries and C-sections, seeing patients in the outpatient Obstetrics clinics. Interns will spend two weeks as part of the Gynecology service. During this period, they are expected to actively take part in the care of in-patients, assist in the operating room, consult emergency patients and work in the Outpatient Clinic. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • ORGB 302 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:ÖZGE PALA
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. Students will identify and develop the skills needed to make an effective contribution to organization, to manage others, and to maintain a high quality of work life. Topics covered include: motivation, communication, conflict negotiation, group dynamics, leadership, organizational&job design, and change management
  • PEDI 600 - 1 PEDIATRICS

    Instructor:DEMET DEMİRKOL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Basic clinical skills to assess the medical, developmental, and behavioral issues concerning children, from newborns to adolescents. Disease and injury prevention, the use of screening tools, and immunizations. Common acute/chronic medical and surgical conditions in childhood: mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, physical examination, symptomatology, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging and treatment. Generation of an age-appropriate differential diagnosis for common symptoms or patient presentations. Interpretation of the results of common diagnostic tests with an emphasis on age related norms. Neonatal and pediatric advanced life support, approach to the emergent pediatric patients and stabilization skills. In this block, the interns will rotate in the general pediatric ward, pediatric ambulatory settings, the newborn and pediatric intensive care units and pediatric emergency unit. The program will consist of patient follow-up, shifts, case discussions and literature research and presentations. (8 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • PEDI 600 - 2 PEDIATRICS

    Instructor:DEMET DEMİRKOL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Basic clinical skills to assess the medical, developmental, and behavioral issues concerning children, from newborns to adolescents. Disease and injury prevention, the use of screening tools, and immunizations. Common acute/chronic medical and surgical conditions in childhood: mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, physical examination, symptomatology, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging and treatment. Generation of an age-appropriate differential diagnosis for common symptoms or patient presentations. Interpretation of the results of common diagnostic tests with an emphasis on age related norms. Neonatal and pediatric advanced life support, approach to the emergent pediatric patients and stabilization skills. In this block, the interns will rotate in the general pediatric ward, pediatric ambulatory settings, the newborn and pediatric intensive care units and pediatric emergency unit. The program will consist of patient follow-up, shifts, case discussions and literature research and presentations. (8 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • PROJ 500 - 1 PROJECT

    Instructor:STEFAN WUYTS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Research term project conducted individually by the student under the guidance of a faculty member. Results in a written project report. (Grade: Satisfactory - Unsatisfactory).
  • PROJ 500 - 2 PROJECT

    Instructor:STEFAN WUYTS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Research term project conducted individually by the student under the guidance of a faculty member. Results in a written project report. (Grade: Satisfactory - Unsatisfactory).
  • PROJ 800 - 1 PROJECT

    Instructor:STEFAN WUYTS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Research term project conducted individually by the student under the guidance of a faculty member. Results in a written project report. (Grade: Satisfactory - Unsatisfactory).
  • PROJ 900 - 1 PROJECT

    Instructor:STEFAN WUYTS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:00:00-00:00
    Description:Research term project conducted individually by the student under the guidance of a faculty member. Culminates in a written project report. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and director.
  • PSYC 210 - 1 ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:HAKAN KARŞILAR
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100
    Description:Review theories and research related to fundamental topics and major issues in both theoretical and applied pscyhology; evaluate issues that have led to controversy and discussion among the experts.
  • PSYC 342 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:ÖZGE PALA
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. Students will identify and develop the skills needed to make an effective contribution to organization, to manage others, and to maintain a high quality of work life. Topics covered include: motivation, communication, conflict negotiation, group dynamics, leadership, organizational&job design, and change management
  • PSYC 372 - 1 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:PETEK BATUM
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:PSYC 305
    Description:Overview of theories and science of practice in clinical psychology, with particular focus on the process and specific interventions in psychotherapy as informed by different perspectives.
  • PSYC 461 - 1 PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:ADEM CAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Prerequisite:PSYC. 201 and PSYC. 205
    Description:An introduction to physiological psychology. During this course students will learn about the physiological mechanisms that underlie psychological processes of sensation, motivation, learning, memory, and emotion. Other topics include neurological disorders, schizophrenia, affective disorders, anxiety disorders, and psychopharmacology.
  • PUBC 600 - 1 PUBLIC HEALTH AND FAMILY MEDICINE

    Instructor:İLKER KAYI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Lectures on child, adolescent and women reproductive health services, immunization services, health services for communicable and non-communicable diseases, environmental health services, community mental health services, planning for health education, school health services and health management in primary health care setting. Determining the most prevalent diseases in the community and individual and social interventions for these problems during the rotation in Community Health Centers. Planning and conveying health education to students and public. Outpatient services for Tuberculosis Disease in Tuberculosis Control Dispensaries. During the rotation in Family Health Centers participating in outpatient clinics, household visits, immunization, baby and pregnant follow up services along with the family physician. During the whole block, there will be lectures, video presentations and discussions with health managers about preventive and curative health services in the primary health care setting. (4 weeks)
  • PUBC 600 - 2 PUBLIC HEALTH AND FAMILY MEDICINE

    Instructor:İLKER KAYI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Lectures on child, adolescent and women reproductive health services, immunization services, health services for communicable and non-communicable diseases, environmental health services, community mental health services, planning for health education, school health services and health management in primary health care setting. Determining the most prevalent diseases in the community and individual and social interventions for these problems during the rotation in Community Health Centers. Planning and conveying health education to students and public. Outpatient services for Tuberculosis Disease in Tuberculosis Control Dispensaries. During the rotation in Family Health Centers participating in outpatient clinics, household visits, immunization, baby and pregnant follow up services along with the family physician. During the whole block, there will be lectures, video presentations and discussions with health managers about preventive and curative health services in the primary health care setting. (4 weeks)
  • RUSS 201 - 1 RUSSIAN I: BEGINNERS

    Instructor:JOULIA TANIK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Description:Designed to introduce beginner students to the four language skills, listening, speaking, reading and writing and to the Russian culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: first half of level A1.
  • RUSS 201 - 2 RUSSIAN I: BEGINNERS

    Instructor:JOULIA TANIK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-18:20
    Description:Designed to introduce beginner students to the four language skills, listening, speaking, reading and writing and to the Russian culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: first half of level A1.
  • RUSS 202 - 1 RUSSIAN II: BEGINNERS

    Instructor:JOULIA TANIK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-13:20
    Prerequisite:RUSS. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Designed to develop basic Russian listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and to deepen cultural awareness in order to interact successfully in routine situations. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, second half of level A1.
  • SI 291 - 1 INTERNSHIP AND PRACTICUM PROGRAM

    Instructor:BERTİL ODER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on training in a company setting. Internship is based on the contents of "Internship Guide Booklet" Prepared by each Academic Program.
  • SOCI 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN SOCIOLOGY I

    Instructor:DOĞUŞ ŞİMŞEK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Detailed examination of topics in Sociology.
  • SOSC 105 - 1 MIGRATION & GLOBALIZATION

    Instructor:ÇETİN ÇELİK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Present realities of contemporary global migration in the context of social sciences. Critical analysis of the social problems such as social mobility, poverty, gender and education, inequality and citizenship as they relate to migration. Understanding the basic methods used for analysing migration related issues. Exploring fundamental consequences of migration for shaping social relations at local and global levels. Examination of social forces within the contexts of migration and migrant integration.
  • SOSC 110 - 1 STATE AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:PINAR DİNÇ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:An introductory exploration of state-society relations from an interdisciplinary perspective. Focusing on the questions of what the state is, what the society is, and what the relationship between the two is? The concept of citizenship and how the state relates to citizens through security forces, juridical system, social welfare, education, religion and culture. Working with examples from history, Turkey and other countries.
  • SOSC 112 - 1 MUSIC AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:MUSTAFA AVCI
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:A sociological analysis of music, which is often described by sociologists as a ?human condition?. Included Topics: What is music?, The relationship of music and it?s underlying social, economic, and political dynamics, music as cultural and performative practice, an introduction to the fundamental theoretical concepts in Sound Studies (ethnomusicology, musicology, sociology of music, and anthropology of music and dance). A close scrutiny of local musical traditions and soudscpes (such as Turkish, Kurdish, Armenian, Greek, Jewish, Alevit, Hip hop, Arabesk, and classical Turkish music) in the political, social and economic contexts within which they are created.
  • SOSC 112 - 2 MUSIC AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:MUSTAFA AVCI
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:15:30-17:20
    Description:A sociological analysis of music, which is often described by sociologists as a ?human condition?. Included Topics: What is music?, The relationship of music and it?s underlying social, economic, and political dynamics, music as cultural and performative practice, an introduction to the fundamental theoretical concepts in Sound Studies (ethnomusicology, musicology, sociology of music, and anthropology of music and dance). A close scrutiny of local musical traditions and soudscpes (such as Turkish, Kurdish, Armenian, Greek, Jewish, Alevit, Hip hop, Arabesk, and classical Turkish music) in the political, social and economic contexts within which they are created.
  • SPAN 201 - 1 SPANISH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:MARIA PEREZ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-18:20
    Description:Designed to introduce beginner learners to the four language skills?listening, speaking, reading and writing?and to the Spanish culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, first half of level A1.
  • SPAN 202 - 1 SPANISH II: BEGINNERS

    Instructor:MARIA PEREZ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-18:20
    Prerequisite:SPAN. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Designed to develop basic Spanish listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, and to deepen cultural awareness in order to interact successfully in routine situations. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: second half of level A1.
  • SURG 600 - 1 GENERAL SURGERY

    Instructor:MERT ERKAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Understanding the fundamental therapy principles of surgery and acquiring basic surgical skills. Supervised primary responsibility in areas of communication (history taking, informed consent, communication of results with patients/relatives and colleagues, recommendations on further therapy), diagnosis, therapy and documentation. The interns will be responsible from the following tasks: Examination of the patients, daily rounds, taking part in the operations, blood collection, blood (product) transfusion, inserting needles and catheters, wound-dressing, presenting patients during rounds and tumor board meetings, preparing discharge reports. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • SURG 600 - 2 GENERAL SURGERY

    Instructor:MERT ERKAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Understanding the fundamental therapy principles of surgery and acquiring basic surgical skills. Supervised primary responsibility in areas of communication (history taking, informed consent, communication of results with patients/relatives and colleagues, recommendations on further therapy), diagnosis, therapy and documentation. The interns will be responsible from the following tasks: Examination of the patients, daily rounds, taking part in the operations, blood collection, blood (product) transfusion, inserting needles and catheters, wound-dressing, presenting patients during rounds and tumor board meetings, preparing discharge reports. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)
  • TECH 511 - 1 MANAGEMENT OF R&D, AND GOVERNMENT-INDUSTRY-UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR AKAN
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Overview of management issues in research and development. Fundamentals of government, industry and university collaboration for R&D. The roles of government in R&D. Government-industry relations. Driving forces for research and technology directions. The effects of collaboration between government, industry and university on efficiency of R&D. The concept of Triple Helix of university-industry-government relationships. The existing funding instruments and opportunities by government (TUBITAK, NSF, DoD, EU etc.) and industry. Integrated strategic target plan development issues on R&D management with collaborators.
  • TECH 514 - 1 CLOUD COMPUTING&SECURITY

    Instructor:YİNAL ÖZKAN
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Cloud computing fundamentals taught using Amazon Web Services (AWS), case studies and tools. Software, platforms, and infrastructure as services. Scalability and elasticity provided by virtualized computing, storage, and network resources. Key cloud security concepts and technologies. Network, application, and information security. Moving existing IT infrastructure to the cloud. Cloud storage. Data analytics on the cloud case studies.
  • TLIT 208 - 1 CONTEMPORARY TURKISH POETRY

    Instructor:AYSEL GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Major literary trends, styles, and themes in twentieth century Turkish poetry. Topics may include questions of modernism and postmodernism, poetics, and influences of the encounter with the West on contemporary Turkish poetry.
  • TLIT 208 - 2 CONTEMPORARY TURKISH POETRY

    Instructor:AYSEL GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Major literary trends, styles, and themes in twentieth century Turkish poetry. Topics may include questions of modernism and postmodernism, poetics, and influences of the encounter with the West on contemporary Turkish poetry.
  • TLIT 208 - 3 CONTEMPORARY TURKISH POETRY

    Instructor:AYSEL GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Major literary trends, styles, and themes in twentieth century Turkish poetry. Topics may include questions of modernism and postmodernism, poetics, and influences of the encounter with the West on contemporary Turkish poetry.
  • TLIT 230 - 1 HISTORY OF TURKISH THEATER

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Investigates the development of the Turkish theater from the Tanzimat era to the contemporary period. Topics such as tradition, modernism and themes in twentieth century Turkish theater. Periods of Turkish theatre as a genre. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers and the major works of Turkish theater. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 230 - 2 HISTORY OF TURKISH THEATER

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Investigates the development of the Turkish theater from the Tanzimat era to the contemporary period. Topics such as tradition, modernism and themes in twentieth century Turkish theater. Periods of Turkish theatre as a genre. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers and the major works of Turkish theater. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 230 - 3 HISTORY OF TURKISH THEATER

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Investigates the development of the Turkish theater from the Tanzimat era to the contemporary period. Topics such as tradition, modernism and themes in twentieth century Turkish theater. Periods of Turkish theatre as a genre. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers and the major works of Turkish theater. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 240 - 1 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

    Instructor:OGÜN KIRTIL
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-11:20
    Description:Surveys literatry texts for children. Definition, history and different approaches to children’s literature. Children’s literature in the light of the discussions around childhood and adulthood. Major genres, such as novel, short story, poetry, fairy tales, adventure fiction, science fiction, fantastic fiction. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers and their texts for children. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 240 - 2 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

    Instructor:OGÜN KIRTIL
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:Surveys literatry texts for children. Definition, history and different approaches to children’s literature. Children’s literature in the light of the discussions around childhood and adulthood. Major genres, such as novel, short story, poetry, fairy tales, adventure fiction, science fiction, fantastic fiction. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers and their texts for children. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 240 - 3 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

    Instructor:OGÜN KIRTIL
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-15:20
    Description:Surveys literatry texts for children. Definition, history and different approaches to children’s literature. Children’s literature in the light of the discussions around childhood and adulthood. Major genres, such as novel, short story, poetry, fairy tales, adventure fiction, science fiction, fantastic fiction. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers and their texts for children. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TURK 201 - 1 BASIC TURKISH I

    Instructor:TUBA DEMİR
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:An introduction to the four language skills listening, speaking, reading and writing in Turkish, and to the Turkish culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language for beginner learners. Enables students to understand basic greetings and routine phrases; to pick out familiar words and phrases in very short simple texts; to join in basic conversations; to be able to talk about daily activities and write simple phrases/sentences. Complies with the first half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • UNIV 121 - 1 EFFECTIVE SPEAKING

    Instructor:AZİZ GÜLER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-13:20
    Description:This class aims to help students use the right organs (i.e. diaphragm) and the right points in order to make an effortless speech which is at the right tone. Exercises to improve speech capability will be conducted in the light of phonetic science that forms basis of many languages. By the end of the semester, students are expected to express themselves more professionally; have a broader vocabulary, make better choices for words and express emotions congruent with words. This course will provide the opportunity to be an effective speaker by intensive experience. Breathing exercises, impromptu and prepared speeches, articulation practices are a few methods to be used throughout the course. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • İNGL 400 - 1 SUMMER ENGLISH

    Instructor:KATHRYN MIDDLEBROOKS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:00:00-00:00
    Description:This voluntary course is offered to help students prepare for standardized English proficiency examinations in order for them to apply for and be successful in higher education and/or other professional opportunities.