• ACCT 201 - 1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:ZEKİYE SELVİLİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 201 - 2 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:TUBA TOKSÖZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 201 - 3 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:TUBA TOKSÖZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 201 - 4 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:TUBA TOKSÖZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 201 - 5 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:ZEKİYE SELVİLİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 202 - 2 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 202 - 3 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:ULF NILSSON
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 202 - 4 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:ULF NILSSON
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 202 - 5 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:ULF NILSSON
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 321 - 1 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ANALYSIS

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:(ACCT. 202 and MFIN. 202) or consent of instructor
    Description:Overview of financial statements, financial reporting and financial analysis techniques (horizontal, vertical and ratio analysis), analyzing financing, investing and operating activities, cash flow analysis, return on invested capital, profitability analysis, credit and risk analysis.
  • ACCT 501 - 1 ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:FRI SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Financial accounting with a managerial emphasis. Generally accepted accounting principles, concepts, standards, and practices used in recording business transactions in order to prepare major financial statements such as the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. Accounting for inventories, plant, property, and equipment as well as measurement of liabilities, capital stock, and retained earnings; generation of accounting information for internal planning and control purposes are studied. Role of management accounting for decision making, determination of cost of products and services, and performance evaluation of business units are examined. Different methods of determining product costs using job costing, process costing, and activity based costing are examined. Use of cost, volume, profit analysis in order to determine product contribution margins and break-even point and study of cost behavior in relation to activity levels; determination of relevant information for decision making.
  • ACCT 801 - 1 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND REPORTING

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Generally accepted accounting principles, concepts, standards, and practices used in recording business transactions in order to prepare major financial statements such as the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. Overview of financial statements, financial reporting and financial analysis techniques (horizontal, vertical and ratio analysis), analyzing financing, investing and operating activities, cash flow analysis, return on invested capital, profitability, credit and risk analysis.
  • ACCT 901 - 1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

    Instructor:DENİZ ÖZAKHUN
    Meeting Days:THURS FRI SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    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:TODD RYGH
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 - 10 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:TODD RYGH
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 11 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:TINA HOSSEINI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 12 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:TINA HOSSEINI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 13 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDRIJA MATIC
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 14 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:HATİCE SEVDA AKYÜZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 15 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:HATİCE SEVDA AKYÜZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 - 16 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDRIJA MATIC
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 - 17 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:TODD RYGH
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 18 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:PAUL NEWTON
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 19 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDRIJA MATIC
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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:UMUR ÇELİKYAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 - 20 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDREW WESSELS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 - 21 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDREW WESSELS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 22 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDREW WESSELS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 - 23 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDREW WESSELS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 24 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:JENNIE TONER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 - 25 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:JENNIE TONER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 - 26 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:TINA HOSSEINI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 27 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:ANDRIJA MATIC
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 28 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:HATİCE SEVDA AKYÜZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 29 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:TINA HOSSEINI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 - 3 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:PAUL NEWTON
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 - 4 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:PAUL NEWTON
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 5 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:PAUL NEWTON
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 6 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:PAUL NEWTON
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 7 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:UMUR ÇELİKYAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 8 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:UMUR ÇELİKYAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 9 BASIC ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:TODD RYGH
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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:JENNIE TONER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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:JENNIE TONER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 3 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR BUSINESS

    Instructor:EDWARD DUNKLEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 - 4 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR BUSINESS

    Instructor:EDWARD DUNKLEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 5 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR BUSINESS

    Instructor:EDWARD DUNKLEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 6 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR BUSINESS

    Instructor:EDWARD DUNKLEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 104 - 1 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Instructor:ANNA MCMURRAY
    Meeting Days:TUES*
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 104 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in the Social Sciences. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 104 - 2 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Instructor:ANNA MCMURRAY
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 104 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in the Social Sciences. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 104 - 3 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Instructor:ANNA MCMURRAY
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 104 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in the Social Sciences. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 105 - 1 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR THE HUMANITIES

    Instructor:UMUR ÇELİKYAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 105 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used in the Humanities. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 106 - 1 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:DAVID O'REGAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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:DAVID O'REGAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 3 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:DAVID O'REGAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 - 4 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 - 5 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 6 ACADEMIC WRITING FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:DAVID O'REGAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 107 - 1 LEGAL WRITING

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 107 - 2 LEGAL WRITING

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ACWR 107 - 3 LEGAL WRITING

    Instructor:ANTHONY TOWNLEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:ACWR. 101
    Description:Building on skills developed in ACWR 101, ACWR 107 presents more advanced reading and writing tasks while introducing students to the types of writing, research, and analysis used by practicing lawyers and researchers. Prerequisite: ACWR. 101
  • ARBC 201 - 1 ARABIC I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:MAZEN RABIA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Basics of grammar and vocabulary, listening, and speaking. Readings include newspapers, poems, and authentic documents. Language labs using multimedia systems are part of the language courses.
  • ARHA 121 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART AND VISUAL CULTURE

    Instructor:NİNA ERGİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Broad introduction to the study of visual expression in different world cultures and time periods. Case studies about specific works of art are used to instruct students about the different ways that art historical theory can be applied to the analysis of a work of art/architecture. Research and academic writing skills are a key component.
  • ARHA 201 - 1 ANATOLIAN ARCHAEOLOGY I

    Instructor:ÇİĞDEM MANER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Introduction to the ancient civilizations of Anatolia. Important human social developments in the prehistoric periods, such as the establishment of first temples in the world, origins of agriculture, emergence of cities, extensive use of metals and long-distance, international trade.
  • ARHA 227 - 1 EUROPE FROM LATE ANTIQUITY TO 1700

    Instructor:IVANA JEVTIC
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Emergence of a distinctive western European civilization out of Christian, Greco-Roman and Germanic institutions, the formation and transformation of medieval European society, the Renaissance and the Reformation, and state building and social change in the early modern era.
  • ARHA 320 - 1 ROME, ROMAN CITIES AND COUNTRYSIDE

    Instructor:INGE UYTTERHOEVEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Urban development of Rome from a monarchic residence to an imperial capital. Imperial presence and propaganda in the cities and countryside of the Roman empire. Examples ranging from Asia Minor to the Iberian peninsula will be connected with the larger discourse on the organization and logistics of the empire. Transformations of regional societies within the empire with focus on the legitimization of local powers through works of art, public infrastructure and urban decoration.
  • ARHA 322 - 1 ART AND ARCHITECTURE: POST MEDIEVAL TO POST MODERN

    Instructor:LUCIENNE THYS-ŞENOCAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Art, architecture and the visual culture of the Renaissance, Mannerist, and Baroque movements in Europe, Neo-classicism and Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, the Modern and Post-Modern art and architectural movements. The political symbolism of art, the nature of patronage, how art and architecture inform our understanding of the past.
  • ARHA 422 - 1 THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD

    Instructor:NİNA ERGİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Survey of the art and architecture of the Umayyad, Abbasids, Fatamids, Mongols, Seljuks, Timurids, Safavids, Mughals, and Ottomans. The period from the foundation of the Ottoman Empire to the founding of the Turkish Republic is given special emphasis.
  • ARHA 432 - 1 ILLUSTRATION

    Instructor:ILGIM VERYERİ ALACA
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Contemporary issues in relation to drawing and illustration: creation of an image, sequential visual narrative, content. Utilizing drawing, printmaking, metaphor and visual thinking. Production via digital and traditional media.
  • ARHA 440 - 1 HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THEORY OF ART HISTORY

    Instructor:SUZAN YALMAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ARHA. 121 or consent of the instructor
    Description:The theoretical issues that have shaped scholarly approaches to the history of art; the history of the development of Art History as a discipline. The different methodologies currently used in the study of the history of art and visual culture.
  • ARHA 501 - 1 ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATIONS II: IRON AGE-ROMAN

    Instructor:INGE UYTTERHOEVEN
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Material evidence and historical sources for Turkey from the Iron Age to the Roman period. Cultures and time periods of the Neo-Hittites, Phrygians, Urartu, Lydians, Greek settlements, Persian rule in Turkey, Hellenistic kingdoms such as Pergamon, Roman cities and settlements. For all time periods, the developments in Turkey, within the wider context of the Mediterranean and Near Eastern regions.
  • ARHA 505 - 1 MUSEUM STUDIES AND CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT II

    Instructor:LUCIENNE THYS-ŞENOCAK
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-11:15
    Description:An introduction to the practical and theoretical aspects of working in and with a variety of museum institutions and cultural heritage institutions in Turkey and abroad. The course is organized in modules and taught by local faculty and visiting experts from museums and cultural heritage institutions around the world.
  • ARHA 508 - 1 ADVANCED HISTORIOGRAPHY AND THEORY OF ART HISTORY

    Instructor:SUZAN YALMAN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:This course examines the concepts and methodology of art historical study and their application to the visual arts of different periods and regions, including the historical and philosophical foundations of contemporary criticism and theory.
  • ARHA 510 - 1 RESEARCH SEMINAR

    Instructor:NİNA ERGİN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:17:00-18:15
    Description:Students present their research and MA thesis proposals. Graduate students participate in the seminars given by program faculty and visiting fellows at the Center for Anatolian Civilizations. (required but non credit course)
  • ARHA 523 - 1 THE ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD

    Instructor:NİNA ERGİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Survey of the art and architecture of the Umayyad, Abbasids, Fatamids, Mongols, Seljuks, Timurids, Safavids, Mughals, and Ottomans. The period from the foundation of the Ottoman Empire to the founding of the Turkish Republic is given special emphasis.
  • ARHA 531 - 1 LATE OTTOMAN AND EARLY REPUBLICAN ART

    Instructor:GÜNSEL RENDA
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Ottoman modernism and the historical and cultural transformation in the 18th and 19th centuries will be discussed in view of the artistic developments. How Western modality penetrated into the cultural sphere and how borrowings led to the birth of new techniques, forms and styles in the art and architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries leading to the early Republican Period will be the main theme in the course including a critical discourse of the concepts of 'modernism' and 'westernization' and 'national identity'
  • ARHA 559 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE HISTORY OF ART

    Instructor:ÇİĞDEM MANER
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-18:30
    Description:
  • ARTS 201 - 1 ART OF MOVEMENT

    Instructor:ŞEBNEM AKSAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 201 - 2 ART OF MOVEMENT

    Instructor:ŞEBNEM AKSAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 201 - 3 ART OF MOVEMENT

    Instructor:ŞEBNEM AKSAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-18:45
    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 310 - 1 ACTING AND DRAMA

    Instructor:EMRE KOYUNCUOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:An investigation into the dynamics of interpersonal interaction using the basic techniques of acting. Instruction in text break down and scene study, stimulating and encouraging personal creative imagination of each student. Risk taking, cooperation and communication. Small performance "events" based on ideas of "altered behavior patterns" to stimulate awareness.
  • ARTS 310 - 2 ACTING AND DRAMA

    Instructor:EMRE KOYUNCUOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:An investigation into the dynamics of interpersonal interaction using the basic techniques of acting. Instruction in text break down and scene study, stimulating and encouraging personal creative imagination of each student. Risk taking, cooperation and communication. Small performance "events" based on ideas of "altered behavior patterns" to stimulate awareness.
  • ARTS 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ARTS

    Instructor:BEDİRHAN DEHMEN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:
  • ASIU 100 - 1 LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL WORLD

    Instructor:CEYDA ELGÜL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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:CEYDA ELGÜL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 101 - 1 FILM AND THE VISUAL

    Instructor:ANNA MCMURRAY
    Meeting Days:MON*
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Introduction to the study of film and visual culture. Acquisition of skills necessary to analyze and critique visual texts and place them in cultural contexts. Developing students' competencies in: written and oral communication skills; creativity and scepticism; and critical thinking.
  • ASIU 102 - 1 IMAGINING THE OTHER

    Instructor:MEGAN MACDONALD
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Examinaton of the definition of the ?Other?, starting with the widespread description of the term as the processes by which social groups create boundaries and distinctions, often demonizing, dehumanizing, romanticizing, or exoticizing those who do not fit into their society. Exploring the notions of the Other represented in literature to canvas a human fascination with the foreign and the unknown, unlimited by time, place, or cultural context. Focusing on the ways of perception of the Other in socio-cultural, political, religious, geographic, ethnic, gendered, or racial terms in different cultures or time periods. Exploring human identity in relation to the Otherness of the monstrous, the animal, and the super-, sub-, or extra-human.
  • ASIU 102 - 2 IMAGINING THE OTHER

    Instructor:ÖZEN DOLCEROCCA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Examinaton of the definition of the ?Other?, starting with the widespread description of the term as the processes by which social groups create boundaries and distinctions, often demonizing, dehumanizing, romanticizing, or exoticizing those who do not fit into their society. Exploring the notions of the Other represented in literature to canvas a human fascination with the foreign and the unknown, unlimited by time, place, or cultural context. Focusing on the ways of perception of the Other in socio-cultural, political, religious, geographic, ethnic, gendered, or racial terms in different cultures or time periods. Exploring human identity in relation to the Otherness of the monstrous, the animal, and the super-, sub-, or extra-human.
  • ASIU 103 - 1 LITERATURE AND THE SENSES

    Instructor:NAZMİ AĞIL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 104 - 1 ART AND INNOVATION

    Instructor:ZEYNEP ALKAN KÖK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Interdisciplinary study of connections between art/design and politics, science, psychology, literature, music. Creative thinking activities. Innovative design studio. Role of images in propaganda, advertising. Impact of masterpieces in society. Visual perception, gestalt, color theory, drawing as a way of thinking, form and function, poetics of space, collaboration, artistic research. Fluxus, public art, information arts, kinetic sculpture, environmental art.
  • ASIU 107 - 1 LANDMARKS OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE

    Instructor:IVANA JEVTIC
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Introducing students a select group of significant monuments in world art and architecture and present the unique aesthetic, cultural and historical issues that frame them; presenting the main methods to analyze and interpret artworks produced in different media. A different time period and culture each week, as wide-ranging as 20th century Europe and America, Safavid Persia, Medieval Europe, Ancient Greece, etc. Social factors in the creation process of artworks, and how the specific cultural context of the artworks influences our reading and understanding of them.
  • ASIU 109 - 1 ART OF MUSIC AND MOVEMENT IN THE 20TH CENTURY

    Instructor:BEDİRHAN DEHMEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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:13:00-14:15
    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?
  • ASIU 111 - 2 FILM GENRE

    Instructor:BEHRE ÖZALP
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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?
  • ASIU 116 - 1 BODIES IN LITERATURE

    Instructor:GEORGIA AXIOTOU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Offers a broad introduction to the growing corpus of literature on the body. Draws on novels, theatrical plays and films across a range of cultural locations and over a broad chronological span from the Renaissance to the present. Considers the ways in which bodily representations reflect social and political attitudes about class, race, gender, and sexuality, and how these attitudes change across different historical periods. Explores the politics of bodily representation in a historicist way and provides a basic introduction to key literary periods.
  • BLAW 202 - 1 BUSINESS LAW

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AYATA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:An introductory business law class addressing (under Turkish law and any prevailing international law): contracts; commercial paper; letters of credit; trade regulation; intellectual property; legal forms of business associations (partnerships, limited and joint stock companies); corporate governance; commercial enterprises and merchants; business ethics; dispute resolution; and a brief survey of the law of unfair competition, labor, capital market, tort, consumer protection, and taxation.
  • BMSE 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:SEDAT NİZAMOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • CAMM 517 - 1 CELL CULTURE

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Theoretical and practical aspects of working in a cell culture laboratory. Maintenance of a cell culture laboratory; problems and solutions.
  • CAMM 612 - 1 FROM GENETICS TO TRANSLATIONAL GENOMICS

    Instructor:HÜLYA KAYSERİLİ
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-12:00
    Description:The course will focus primarily on the biochemical processes that underlie cellular function, with a particular emphasis on central dogma, protein structure and function, and energy metabolism. Moreover, the function of particular organelles, including cell membranes, intracellular compartments and cytoskeleton and the relevance of these structures on processes like cell signaling and mitosis will be broadly covered. Finally, how malfunctioning in the above mentioned cellular processes cause diseases and their progression along with up-to-date novel treatment options will be discussed. Students will also have a general idea about the methodology adopted to investigate and analyze cellular systems. Students are expected to prepare and present a grant proposal based on the knowledge gained through the course content.
  • 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 201 - 1 PRINCIPLES&CALCULATIONS IN CHEMICAL&BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:YAMAN ARKUN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 102 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Basic concepts of chemical and biological engineering systems. Modeling through material and energy balances. Problem solving methods, computational techniques and computer simulation. Examples from chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
  • CHBI 300 - 1 BIOCHEMISTRY

    Instructor:HALİL KAVAKLI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:Chem.102 or consent of instructor
    Description:Protein characterization, enzyme kinetics, basic metabolic pathways, membrane structure and function, biochemistry of energy and signal transduction, replication and expressions of genes. Labaratory studies.
  • CHBI 301 - 1 FLUID MECHANICS

    Instructor:METİN MURADOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:(MATH. 204 and CHBI. 201) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Characteristics of fluids, fluid statics, Bernoulli equation, fluid kinematics, boundary layers, viscous flows and turbulence.
  • CHBI 302 - 1 HEAT TRANSFER

    Instructor:SEDA KIZILEL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:CHBI. 301 or consent of instructor
    Description:Fundamental principles of heat transfer. Conduction, convection and radiation. Heat transfer with change of phase. Applications to chemical and biological engineering processes.
  • CHBI 303 - 1 MASS TRANSFER

    Instructor:ALPER UZUN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:CHBI. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Fundamental principles of mass transfer. Molecular diffusion, convective and interphase mass transfer. Separation process principles including equilibrium stage processes and equipment for mass-transfer operations, distillation, absorption
  • CHBI 402 - 1 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING LAB

    Instructor:CAN ERKEY
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-18:45
    Prerequisite:(CHBI. 303 and CHBI. 308 and ENGR. 201) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Experimental demonstration of concepts taught in separations, reaction engineering and control.
  • CHBI 402 - 2 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING LAB

    Instructor:CAN ERKEY
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-18:45
    Prerequisite:(CHBI. 303 and CHBI. 308 and ENGR. 201) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Experimental demonstration of concepts taught in separations, reaction engineering and control.
  • CHBI 403 - 1 PROCESS AND PRODUCT DESIGN

    Instructor:SEDA KESKİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:(CHBI. 303 and CHBI. 308) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Chemical process and product design methods; economic analysis of chemical processing plants.
  • CHBI 406 - 1 BIOINFORMATICS

    Instructor:ÖZLEM KESKİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:MATH. 107 or consent of the instructor
    Description:The principles and computational methods to study the biological data generated by genome sequencing, gene expressions, protein profiles, and metabolic fluxes. Application of arithmetic, algebraic, graph, pattern matching, sorting and searching algorithms and statictical tools to genome analysis. Applications of Bioinformatics to metabolic engineering, drug design, and biotechnology.
  • CHBI 412 - 1 CATALYSIS AT SURFACES

    Instructor:ALPER UZUN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Adsorption on surfaces, structural and dynamic considerations in adsorption, thermodynamics of adsorption, methods for catalyst characterization, pore structure and surface area, surface chemistry of catalysis, metals, highly dispersed catalysts, industrial examples with emphasis on energy production
  • CHBI 416 - 1 BIOTECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:CEM ALBAYRAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 200 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Recombinant DNA, enzymes and other biomolecules. Molecular genetics. Commercial use of microorganisms. Cellular reactors; bioseparation techniques. Transgenic systems. Gene therapy. Biotechnology applications in environmental, agricultural and pharmaceutical problems.
  • CHBI 491 - 1 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN

    Instructor:SEDA KIZILEL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:CHBI. 403 or consent of the instructor
    Description:A capstone design course where students apply engineering and science knowledge in a chemical and biological engineering design project. Development, design and management of a project in teams under realistic constraints and conditions. Emphasis on communication, teamwork and presentation skills.
  • CHBI 502 - 1 ADVANCED REACTION ENGINEERING

    Instructor:ÖZLEM KESKİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Kinetics of homogeneous and heterogeneous chemical reactions; catalysts; design of chemical reactors; applications for chemical and biological systems.
  • CHBI 503 - 1 ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS

    Instructor:BURAK ERMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Classical thermodynamics: enthalpy, entropy, free energies, equilibria; introduction to statistical thermodynamics to describe the properties of materials; kinetic processes; diffusion of mass, heat, energy; fundamentals of rate processes in materials, kinetics of transformations.
  • CHBI 506 - 1 BIOINFORMATICS

    Instructor:ÖZLEM KESKİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:The principles and computational methods to study the biological data generated by genome sequencing, gene expressions, protein profiles, and metabolic fluxes. Application of arithmetic, algebraic, graph, pattern matching, sorting and searching algorithms and statistical tools to genome analysis. Applications of Bioinformatics to metabolic engineering, drug design, and biotechnology.
  • CHBI 512 - 1 CATALYSIS AT SURFACES

    Instructor:ALPER UZUN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Adsorption on surfaces, structural and dynamic considerations in adsorption, thermodynamics of adsorption, methods for catalyst characterization, pore structure and surface area, surface chemistry of catalysis, metals, highly dispersed catalysts, industrial examples with emphasis on energy production
  • CHBI 516 - 1 BIOTECHNOLOGY

    Instructor:CEM ALBAYRAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Recombinant DNA, enzymes and other biomolecules. Molecular genetics. Commercial use of microorganisms. Cellular reactors; bioseparation techniques. Transgenic systems. Gene therapy. Biotechnology applications in environmental, agricultural and pharmaceutical problems.
  • CHBI 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:ALPER UZUN
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:30
    Description:
  • CHEM 101 - 1 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

    Instructor:MEHMET SOMER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Atomic structure, chemical bonds, compounds, solutions, stoichiometry. Electrochemistry, thermodynamics, kinetics, acids and bases, basic organic chemistry.
  • CHEM 103 - 1 GENERAL CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:HALİL BAYRAKTAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Atomic and molecular structure, spectroscopy, stoichiometry, chemical thermodynamics, electrochemistry, structure and properties of materials.
  • CHEM 103 - 2 GENERAL CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:HALİL BAYRAKTAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Atomic and molecular structure, spectroscopy, stoichiometry, chemical thermodynamics, electrochemistry, structure and properties of materials.
  • CHEM 103 - 3 GENERAL CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:SARP KAYA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Atomic and molecular structure, spectroscopy, stoichiometry, chemical thermodynamics, electrochemistry, structure and properties of materials.
  • CHEM 201 - 1 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:UĞUR ÜNAL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 102 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Basic principles and units of measurement, S.I. unit for chemical quantity, units of concentration, gravimetric methods of analysis, volumetric methods, titration of polyprotic acid and bases, complexation and pricipitation titrations, elements of electrochemistry, oxidation-reduction titration, electrolysis, potentiometry, conductomery, introduction to analytical separations: column chromatography. Thin layer chromatography, analysis of chromatograms, high performance ion-exchange chromatography.
  • CHEM 206 - 1 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

    Instructor:FUNDA YAĞCI ACAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 102 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Basic concepts and definitions, bonding in organic compounds, stereochemistry, mechanisms and applications of substitution, addition and elimination reactions, ionic and free radical reactions of alkenes and alkynes, alcohols, ethers and conjugated unsaturated systems and their reactions. Lab component.
  • CHEM 206 - 2 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

    Instructor:FUNDA YAĞCI ACAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 102 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Basic concepts and definitions, bonding in organic compounds, stereochemistry, mechanisms and applications of substitution, addition and elimination reactions, ionic and free radical reactions of alkenes and alkynes, alcohols, ethers and conjugated unsaturated systems and their reactions. Lab component.
  • CHEM 301 - 1 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I

    Instructor:SARP KAYA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 102
    Description:Properties of perfect and real gases, the first and second laws of thermodynamics, entropy, free energy, physical transformations of pure materials and simple mixtures, the phase rule and phase diagrams, chemical equilibrium. Lab component.
  • CHEM 303 - 1 ATOMIC & MOLECULAR STRUCTURE

    Instructor:ERSİN YURTSEVER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Quantum mechanics, solution of the particle-in-a-box, harmonic oscillator and hydrogen atom; orbital concepts, the structure of many-electron atoms, molecular orbital theory, molecular symmetry and group theory; rotational, vibrational and electronic spectroscopy.
  • CHEM 410 - 1 POLYMERS

    Instructor:İSKENDER YILGÖR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 302 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Physicochemical concepts of the formation and properties of macromolecules; polymerization reactions and techniques, molecular weight distributions, chemical and physical characterization of macromolecules; structure-morphology-property relationships in multiphase polymeric systems; processing techniques and applications of commercial thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers.
  • CHEM 420 - 1 COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:ERSİN YURTSEVER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 303 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Quantum mechanical description of the molecular structure; exact solution of simple systems, approximate solutions to molecular problems; variational solutions, molecular orbital theory, Hückel approximation, self-consistent-field theory, semiempirical and ab-initio methods, and electron correlation. Properties such as interaction potential functions, electrostatic potential maps and population analysis will be analyzed using MOPAC, GAUSSIAN 94 and MOLCAD.
  • CHEM 480 - 1 SEMINARS IN CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:CHEM. 390
    Description:Seminar series in selected topics in Chemistry. In addition to invited speakers, each student will also give a seminar on a selected contemporary topic. Special emphasis will be given to active participation to discussions.
  • CIRC 204 - 1 CIRCULATION AND RESPIRATION

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Anatomy and histology of the heart and vascular system, physiology of the heart muscle, contraction, fluid mechanics of vascular system, local and systemic regulation of blood flow and blood pressure, anatomy and histology of thorax, lungs and upper respiratory passages, respiratory mechanics, ventilation and perfusion in the lungs, central mechanisms of respiratory control, electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and thermal systems related to circulation and respiration, dissections, model examination and interactive software to investigate morphology and physiology of these systems.
  • CMGM 501 - 1 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:MELİKE MERMERCİOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Importance of strategy and strategic management in today?s competitive environment. Analysis, decision and implementation steps in strategic management. Types of external and internal analysis. Corporate and business strategy. Competency based approach in the formulation of strategy. Successful implementation of strategy and organizing the firm for superior performance.
  • CMKT 501 - 1 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:CEREN HAYRAN ŞANLI
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Marketing management in modern organizations; knowledge and application of key strategic frameworks to customer analysis, environment, competition, and organizational strengths and weaknesses. Creative selection of target markets and planning the components of the marketing mix. The role and use of information in marketing planning, determinants of and the nature of buying behavior. The complexity of developing and managing the marketing process in a multinational arena.
  • CMSE 501 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE

    Instructor:MEHMET SAYAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:An introduction to methods and software tools used in scientific computing. Software development, data abstraction and the concept of object oriented programming. Hands-on exploration of some of the principal modern software tools of computational science including computing environments, symbolic computing, numerical libraries and software repositories. An introduction to high performance computing and parallel programming.
  • COMM 202 - 1 MEDICAL ENGLISH

    Instructor:MATTHEW HOWELL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Ability to communicate in English with a special emphasis on medical terminology deve- lopment, spelling and pronunciation. Reading and listening to medical terminology, understanding its meaning and writing short essays using terms correctly.
  • COMM 202 - 2 MEDICAL ENGLISH

    Instructor:MATTHEW HOWELL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Ability to communicate in English with a special emphasis on medical terminology deve- lopment, spelling and pronunciation. Reading and listening to medical terminology, understanding its meaning and writing short essays using terms correctly.
  • COMP 106 - 1 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

    Instructor:YÜCEL YEMEZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:An introductory course covering: Logic, formal reasoning, propositional ?logic, sets, growth of functions, algorithmic complexity, number theory, mathematical induction, ?combinatorics, recurrence, generating functions, relations, graphs, and models of computation.
  • COMP 110 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING WITH MATLAB

    Instructor:EMRE KÜTÜKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:COMP 110 is a first course in computer programming. The objective is to introduce the principles of computer programming and algorithm development using Matlab, with particular emphasise on scientific computation and data processing. Topics covered include basic computer literacy and organization; variables, operators, expressions, data types, arrays, matrices; conditional and repetition control statements; modular programming, built-in and user-defined functions; string manipulation; text and binary file processing; structures; debugging; data plotting and visualization; graphical user interfaces.
  • COMP 110 - 2 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING WITH MATLAB

    Instructor:EMRE KÜTÜKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:COMP 110 is a first course in computer programming. The objective is to introduce the principles of computer programming and algorithm development using Matlab, with particular emphasise on scientific computation and data processing. Topics covered include basic computer literacy and organization; variables, operators, expressions, data types, arrays, matrices; conditional and repetition control statements; modular programming, built-in and user-defined functions; string manipulation; text and binary file processing; structures; debugging; data plotting and visualization; graphical user interfaces.
  • COMP 130 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 130 - 2 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 130 - 3 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 131 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Introduction to imperative programming. Compiling and executing programs. Control statements: Conditional, branching and looping constructs. Methods and functions. Recursion. Basic algorithmic techniques. Arrays. Abstract Data Types, Classes, Objects. Inheritance. Strings and Characters. Iteration. Packages. Access and Visibility Control. Exceptions and Exception Handling. Files and Streams. Selected standard packages and utilities. Introduction to Graphical User Interfaces.
  • COMP 200 - 1 STRUCTURE AND INTERPRETATION OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS

    Instructor:DENİZ YÜRET
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:COMP. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to core software engineering concepts. Control of complexity in large programming systems. Building abstractions with procedures and data. Modularity, objects and state. Machine models, compilers and interpreters. Concurrency.
  • COMP 301 - 1 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE CONCEPTS

    Instructor:DENİZ YÜRET
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:COMP. 200
    Description:Programming languages (i.e. C++, Java, Ada, Lisp, ML, Prolog), concepts and paradigms. Syntax, semantics. Abstraction, encapsulation, type systems, binding, run-time storage, sequencers, concurrency, control. Providing examples from functional, object-oriented and logic programming paradigms.
  • COMP 302 - 1 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

    Instructor:ATTİLA GÜRSOY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:COMP 132, COMP. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of methods and tools used in software development. Object oriented design and open software architectures. Requirements analysis, design, implementation, testing, maintenance and management. Engineering applications.
  • COMP 303 - 1 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

    Instructor:DİDEM UNAT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 204 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Hardware organization of computers. Computer components and their functions. Instruction sets, instruction formats and addressing modes. Pipelining and pipeline hazards. Instruction level parallelism. Assembly and machine language. Data and control paths. Computer arithmetic. Floating point representation. Memory hierarchy, cache organization and virtual memory. Parallel architectures.
  • COMP 317 - 1 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    Instructor:ENGİN ERZİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 204 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Microcomputer fundamentals including architecture and operation of a typical microprocessor; bus organization; instruction set; addressing modes; analysis of clocks and timing; interrupt handling; memory (RAM and ROM); DMA, serial and parallel input/output; assembly language programming.
  • COMP 341 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

    Instructor:BARIŞ AKGÜN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:COMP. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:A graduate-level introduction to artificial intelligence with the goals of understanding human intelligence from a computational point of view and building applied systems that can reason, learn, and adapt. Review of seminal work on language, vision, robotics, game playing with an emphasis on machine learning techniques.
  • COMP 408 - 1 COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION

    Instructor:YÜCEL YEMEZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Study of computational models of visual perception and their implementation in computer systems. Topics include: image formation; edge, corner and boundary extraction, segmentation, matching, pattern recognition and classification techniques; 3-D Vision: projection geometry, camera calibration, shape from stereo/silhouette/shading, model-based 3D object recognition; color texture, radiometry and BDRF; motion analysis.
  • COMP 416 - 1 COMPUTER NETWORKS

    Instructor:ÖZNUR ÖZKASAP
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:COMP. 132 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Principles of data communications and computer networks; ISO/OSI reference model with emphasis on data link, network and transport layers; TCP/IP protocol suite; asynchronous and synchronous transmission; data link control; multiplexing; wide area networks; routing; congestion control; local area networks; communications architecture and transport protocols; distributed applications.
  • COMP 429 - 1 PARALLEL PROGRAMMING

    Instructor:DİDEM UNAT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:COMP. 132
    Description:Fundamental concepts of parallelism. Overview of parallel architectures, multicores, heterogeneous systems, shared memory and distributed memory systems. Parallel programming models and languages. Multithreaded, message passing, data driven, task parallel and data parallel programming. Design of parallel programs, decomposition, granularity, locality, communication, load balancing, and asynchrony. Performance modeling of parallel programs, sources of parallel overheads.
  • COMP 443 - 1 MODERN CRYPTOGRAPHY

    Instructor:ALPTEKİN KÜPÇÜ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:COMP. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to cryptographic concepts. Symmetric encryption, the public-key breakthrough, one-way functions, hash functions, random numbers, digital signatures, zero-knowledge proofs, modern cryptographic protocols, multi-party computation. Everyday use examples including online commerce, BitTorrent peer-to-peer file sharing, and hacking some old encryption schemes.
  • COMP 491 - 1 COMPUTER ENGINEERING DESIGN I

    Instructor:ÖZNUR ÖZKASAP
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-18:30
    Prerequisite:(COMP. 202 and COMP. 302) or consent of the instructor
    Description:A capstone design course where students apply engineering and science knowledge in a computer engineering design project. Development, design, implementation and management of a project in teams under realistic constraints and conditions. Emphasis on communication, teamwork and presentation skills.
  • COMP 492 - 1 COMPUTER ENGINEERING DESIGN II

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:00
    Description:A capstone design project on an industrially relevant problem. Students work on teams in consultation with faculty and industrial members.
  • COMP 508 - 1 COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION

    Instructor:YÜCEL YEMEZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Study of computational models of visual perception and their implementation in computer systems. Topics include: image formation; edge, corner and boundary extraction, segmentation, matching, pattern recognition and classification techniques; 3-D Vision: projection geometry, camera calibration, shape from stereo/silhouette/shading, model-based 3D object recognition; color texture, radiometry and BDRF; motion analysis.
  • COMP 529 - 1 PARALLEL PROGRAMMING

    Instructor:DİDEM UNAT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Fundamental concepts of concurrency, non-determinism, atomicity, race-conditions, synchronization, mutual exclusion. Overview of parallel architectures, multicores, distributed memory. Parallel programming models and languages, multithreaded, message passing, data driven, and data parallel programming. Design of parallel programs, decomposition, granularity, locality, communication, load balancing. Patterns for parallel programming, structural, computational, algorithm strategy, concurrent execution patterns. Performance modeling of parallel programs, sources of parallel overheads.
  • COMP 543 - 1 MODERN CRYPTOGRAPHY

    Instructor:ALPTEKİN KÜPÇÜ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:COMP. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to cryptographic concepts. Symmetric encryption, the public-key breakthrough, one-way functions, hash functions, random numbers, digital signatures, zero-knowledge proofs, modern cryptographic protocols, multi-party computation. Everyday use examples including online commerce, BitTorrent peer-to-peer file sharing, and hacking some old encryption schemes.
  • COMP 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING

    Instructor:ÖZNUR ÖZKASAP
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • COMP 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:DİDEM UNAT
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Presentation of research topics to introduce the students into thesis research.
  • CSEM 500 - 1 CEMS BLOCK SEMINAR

    Instructor:AYŞEGÜL ÖZSOMER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Intensive seminar on selected management topics.
  • CSHS 513 - 1 SOCIAL WELFARE AND SOCIAL POLICY

    Instructor:ERDEM YÖRÜK
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-18:45
    Description:Traces the evolution of notions of social welfare, social justice and social policy from their advent in European and North American societies to the current scholarly and policy debates in developing countries. Examines the development of social welfare systems and the underlying philosophies in the context of the social, economic, political, and cultural environments in which they emerged. Topics include the evolution of modern conceptions of the "welfare state," and the role of public, private and voluntary sectors in the social services. Policy making procedures, the role of the respective policy actors and the effects of social policy measures will also be examined in terms of social participation, social inclusion and (re)distribution of income and services.
  • CSHS 517 - 1 OTTOMAN STATE AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:YONCA KÖKSAL
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Analysis of Ottoman state, institutions and culture with a specific emphasis on state and social group relations in the nineteenth century Ottoman Empire. Evolution of social change from the Classical Age to the end of the empire, rise of local nationalisms, ruptures and continuities between the Ottoman imperial regime and nation-states.
  • CSHS 524 - 1 ETATIST POLICIES IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Examines state-oriented policies in general in Eastern Europe including the Soviet Union and Balkan countries, comparing these countries to Turkey. Deals with different economic policies in those countries during the 20th century. Explores the effects of etatist economies on the political transformations in these societies.
  • CVRD 304 - 1 CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY DISEASES

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases: Mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging and treatment. Topics include diseases of upper respiratory tract, pulmonary infections, tuberculosis, obstructive pulmonary diseases, interstitial lung diseases, pleural diseases, tumors of upper respiratory tract, lung, mediastinum and pleura; heart failure, congenital heart disease, ischemic heart disease, valvular heart disease, cardiomyopathies, hypertension and hypertensive heart disease, pericardial disease and heart tumors, atherosclerosis and non-atherosclerotic vascular diseases.
  • DTES 516 - 1 CHILDREN'S BOOKS

    Instructor:ILGIM VERYERİ ALACA
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:An introduction to picturebook design and research. Evaluating the educational, cultural, social and economic impact of children's books and interactive electronic storybooks. Overview of projects in relation to language development. Understanding how picturebooks work. Analysis of multilingual, multicultural, experimental, creative, postmodern books.
  • DTES 544 - 1 MEDIA AND VISUAL ARTS PROJECT

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Student projects focusing on conceptualization, planning and execution of a production cycle in a medium that student chooses to work on (e.g. television, video, documentary, web, animation, video gaming, advertising).
  • DTES 553 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN DESIGN, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:AYKUT COŞKUN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • DTES 557 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN DESIGN, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Interaction with the Uncertain The information has brought together more visible uncertainty in the daily life. This course explores the ways of exploring, visualizing and interacting with the uncertain. The first quarter of the course starts with very basic notions of sensation, perception and cognition while understanding how the brain works and how human being reacts when confronting the uncertainty. Second quarter is about different methods for exploring the world around us, taking notes and projecting the world onto a registry (analog or digital, maps, books, journals, mindmaps). Third quarter deals with drawing the figures of thought, reflecting the self-projection, visualizing the uncertain and spatio-temporal data, using metaphors and abstraction. In the final quarter, students work on case studies regarding autism by analyzing, imagining and reflecting how an autistic brain interacts with the world.
  • DTES 630 - 1 RESEARCH PRACTICUM

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Students are familiarized with problems that are frequently encountered during different phases of empirical research. Subsequently, students are guided through problem solving in an ongoing research project. Students gain experience in documentation, resolution, and the implementation of the solutions of problems in empirical research.
  • DTES 630 - 2 RESEARCH PRACTICUM

    Instructor:OĞUZHAN ÖZCAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Students are familiarized with problems that are frequently encountered during different phases of empirical research. Subsequently, students are guided through problem solving in an ongoing research project. Students gain experience in documentation, resolution, and the implementation of the solutions of problems in empirical research.
  • DTES 690 - 1 PhD SEMINAR COURSE

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Seminars where faculty, outside speakers and Ph.D. students present their academic research.
  • ECIR 313 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

    Instructor:CANER BAKIR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:INTL. 203 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Main approaches to various institutions and actors that make up the field of international political economy. Question of who gets what at a global level from a multi-actored, multi-level and mul-disciplinary perspective. Interactions between states, markets, firms, NGOs, and not-for-profit organizations at the local, national, regional, and supranational levels. Global trade, production, finance, and knowledge structures and relations in the context of international organizations, transnational corporations, global financial structures, regional integrations, North-South relations, discourses and practices of development, and problems of global poverty.
  • ECIR 410 - 1 POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TURKEY

    Instructor:CANER BAKIR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to the role of the state and other political actors in Turkish economic development from a comparative and global political economy perspective; key policy phases and institutional transformations; the role of multilateral institutions ; the politics of economic crises and reforms; regional integration and external economic relations of the Turkish economy; the political economy of trade and capital flows; poverty, inequality, labor market dynamics and social policy: gender and environmental dimensions of Turkish development.
  • ECON 100 - 1 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MURAT USMAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Economic reasoning; basic concepts and processes in microeconomics and macroeconomics; identification and discussion of current economic issues covered in popular economics publications.
  • ECON 100 - 2 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MURAT USMAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Economic reasoning; basic concepts and processes in microeconomics and macroeconomics; identification and discussion of current economic issues covered in popular economics publications.
  • ECON 100 - 3 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MURAT USMAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Economic reasoning; basic concepts and processes in microeconomics and macroeconomics; identification and discussion of current economic issues covered in popular economics publications.
  • ECON 100 - 4 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MEHMET TÜTÜNCÜ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Economic reasoning; basic concepts and processes in microeconomics and macroeconomics; identification and discussion of current economic issues covered in popular economics publications.
  • ECON 100 - 5 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MEHMET TÜTÜNCÜ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Economic reasoning; basic concepts and processes in microeconomics and macroeconomics; identification and discussion of current economic issues covered in popular economics publications.
  • ECON 100 - 6 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MEHMET TÜTÜNCÜ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Economic reasoning; basic concepts and processes in microeconomics and macroeconomics; identification and discussion of current economic issues covered in popular economics publications.
  • ECON 110 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC AND STRATEGIC BEHAVIOUR

    Instructor:LEVENT KOÇKESEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Introduction to basic concepts and tools of game theory; Various types of games and their solutions introduced and illustrated using real-life examples; Applications to economics, business, politics, law, biology, and history; Using game theory to understand evolution of social norms such as cooperation, altruism, and reciprocity as well as other social institutions.
  • ECON 201 - 1 MICROECONOMICS

    Instructor:MERT KİMYA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 201 - 2 MICROECONOMICS

    Instructor:MERT KİMYA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 201 - 3 MICROECONOMICS

    Instructor:BERNA TUNCAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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:SEVCAN YEŞİLTAŞ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 202 - 2 MACROECONOMICS

    Instructor:MEHMET YÖRÜKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 202 - 3 MACROECONOMICS

    Instructor:BERNA TUNCAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 311 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMETRICS

    Instructor:İNSAN TUNALI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 201 and MATH. 201 and Cpap 100 or Cpap 101 or Cpap 150 or COMP 100
    Description:Methods used for empirical examination of economic phenomena. Linear regression: least squares, goodness of fit, prediction; classical regression model; properties of estimators; links between models and economic theory; functional form; interpretation of regression results. Inference; confidence intervals and hypothesis testing; introduction to econometric packages and applications using data from economics and business; implications of relaxing the assumptions of the classical regression model.
  • ECON 321 - 1 INTERNATIONAL TRADE

    Instructor:MUHAMMED ALİ YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:ECON. 201
    Description:Theory of international trade: Ricardian model of comparative advantage, Hecksher-Ohlin model, specific factors model, trade and market structure. Domestic politics of trade; tariffs, quotas and other non-tariff barriers. International politics of trade, history of world trade talks and the WTO. International movement of factors: Immigration and foreign investment; technology transfer and the role of multinational companies.
  • ECON 321 - 2 INTERNATIONAL TRADE

    Instructor:MUHAMMED ALİ YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 201
    Description:Theory of international trade: Ricardian model of comparative advantage, Hecksher-Ohlin model, specific factors model, trade and market structure. Domestic politics of trade; tariffs, quotas and other non-tariff barriers. International politics of trade, history of world trade talks and the WTO. International movement of factors: Immigration and foreign investment; technology transfer and the role of multinational companies.
  • ECON 322 - 1 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

    Instructor:AYŞE KABUKÇUOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:ECON. 202
    Description:Theoretical and empirical examination of international financial markets. Adjustment of balance of payments and exchange rate. Effects of devaluation and macroeconomic policy under fixed and floating exchange rates. Short and long term capital flows; interest arbitrage; the Euro-dollar market. Financial Globalization and Financial Crises.
  • ECON 322 - 2 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

    Instructor:AYŞE KABUKÇUOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:ECON. 202
    Description:Theoretical and empirical examination of international financial markets. Adjustment of balance of payments and exchange rate. Effects of devaluation and macroeconomic policy under fixed and floating exchange rates. Short and long term capital flows; interest arbitrage; the Euro-dollar market. Financial Globalization and Financial Crises.
  • ECON 330 - 1 INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION

    Instructor:MURAT USMAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Firm behavior in imperfectly competitive markets. How firms acquire and maintain market power. Welfare consequences of market power. Strategic interactions among firms, and the role of government competition policy. Basic theoretical models of industrial economics: Bertrand and Cournot competition, collusion, advertising, innovation, and international trade.
  • ECON 333 - 1 GAME THEORY AND STRATEGY

    Instructor:LEVENT KOÇKESEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:ECON. 100 or Econ 110 or ECON. 201
    Description:Analysis of strategic interactions that commonly arise in economic, business, political, and judicial arenas. A systematic introduction to game theory and some of its applications, such as market competition, technological races, auctions, party competition for votes, and bargaining.
  • ECON 340 - 1 PUBLIC FINANCE

    Instructor:SİNAN SARPCA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Principles of taxation and the role of government: excess burden and optimal taxation; voting and its relevance for public finance; redistribution of income and wealth; inflation and public finance. Welfare economics. Analysis of public sector decision making and privatization. Project evaluation and cost-benefit analysis.
  • ECON 430 - 1 EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS

    Instructor:SEDA ERTAÇ
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-14:15
    Prerequisite:(ECON. 201 and ECON. 333) or consent of the instructor
    Description:The use of laboratory and field experiments as a data collection method for understanding economic decisions and testing economic theories; how to design a good and valid economics experiment, the methodology of experimental design. The topics that will be studied theoretically and experimentally in the course include decision-making under risk and uncertainty, decision-making over time and related psychological phenomena/biases, market experiments, bargaining experiments, social preferences, fairness and altruism, incentive schemes and motivation, gender and economic decisions.
  • ECON 432 - 1 ECONOMICS OF INFORMATION AND CONTRACTS

    Instructor:LEVENT KOÇKESEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ECON 201, LAW 435 and Econ/mgec 333
    Description:Analysis of problems created by informational asymmetries between agents and how to design contracts to solve these problems; Topics covered include adverse selection, screening, signaling, and moral hazard; Applications to insurance, labor, and credit markets, auctions, and corporate finance.
  • ECON 450 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MEHMET YÖRÜKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:econ 481
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • ECON 481 - 1 TURKISH ECONOMY

    Instructor:KAMİL YILMAZ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to Turkish economy and Turkish economic institutions: Recent history of the economy; Inward vs outward strategies, political institutions and long-term growth performance; Short-run economic fluctuations, inflation and unemployment; Monetary, fiscal and ex change rate policies; Trade and international competitiveness of the industry; Capital flows, foreign direct investment and privatization; Impact of the local and global financial crises on the economy.
  • ECON 501 - 1 MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMISTS

    Instructor:MERT KİMYA
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-11:15
    Description:Covers selected topics in mathematics that are frequently used in economic theory and its applications. Topics include: introduction to optimization theory (existence of a solution, alternative characterizations of compactness, Weirestrass Theorem, convexity); convex sets, concave and quasi-concave functions; characterization of a solution, Lagrange and Kuhn-Tucker approaches; parametric continuity, correspondences and maximum theorem; parametric monotonicity, lattices, supermodularity; fixed point theorems.
  • ECON 503 - 1 MICROECONOMICS I

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR YILMAZ
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Consumer theory; production theory; general equilibrium and welfare.
  • ECON 507 - 1 MACROECONOMICS I

    Instructor:AYŞE KABUKÇUOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Long-term economic growth; overlapping generations models; consumption, saving, and investment; real interest rates and asset prices; money and inflation.
  • ECON 509 - 1 ADVANCED MACROECONOMIC THEORY

    Instructor:SUMRU ALTUĞ
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:The course includes topics such as the business cycle theory, dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models, models of unemployment with search, market efficiency and macroeconomic performance, and theories of long-run growth.
  • ECON 511 - 1 ECONOMETRICS I

    Instructor:İNSAN TUNALI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Review of probability and statistics: random variables, univariate and joint probability distributions, expectations; bivariate normal; sampling distributions; introduction to asymptotic theory; estimation; inference. Linear regression: conditional expectation function; multiple regression; classical regression model, inference and applications.
  • ECON 513 - 1 ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS

    Instructor:CEM ÇAKMAKLI
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:The focus of the course is the empirical applications and tests of macroeconomic and/or microeconomic theories. Students are provided with the ability to analyze the standard econometric applications.
  • ECON 530 - 1 EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS

    Instructor:SEDA ERTAÇ
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-14:15
    Description:The use of laboratory and field experiments as a data collection method for understanding economic decisions and testing economic theories; how to design a good and valid economics experiment, the methodology of experimental design. The topics that will be studied theoretically and experimentally in the course include decision-making under risk and uncertainty, decision-making over time and related psychological phenomena/biases, market experiments, bargaining experiments, social preferences, fairness and altruism, incentive schemes and motivation, gender and economic decisions.
  • ECON 532 - 1 ECONOMICS OF INFORMATION AND CONTRACTS

    Instructor:LEVENT KOÇKESEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Analysis of problems created by informational asymmetries between agents and how to design contracts to solve these problems; Topics covered include adverse selection, screening, signaling, and moral hazard; Applications to insurance, labor, and credit markets, auctions, and corporate finance.
  • ECON 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MEHMET YÖRÜKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Topics will be announced before the semester.
  • ECON 558 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED MACROECONOMICS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced before the semester.
  • ECON 590 - 1 SEMINAR IN ECONOMICS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Participation in weekly seminar is required.
  • EFIN 301 - 1 CORPORATE FINANCE

    Instructor:ZEKİYE SELVİLİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MFIN. 202
    Description:Analysis of special corporate finance topics including dividend policy, capital structure, leasing, option valuation, risk management, mergers, and acquisitions.
  • EFIN 301 - 2 CORPORATE FINANCE

    Instructor:ZEKİYE SELVİLİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MFIN. 202
    Description:Analysis of special corporate finance topics including dividend policy, capital structure, leasing, option valuation, risk management, mergers, and acquisitions.
  • EFIN 403 - 1 FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS

    Instructor:UMUT GÖKÇEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-18:45
    Prerequisite:MFIN. 202
    Description:Structure of financial markets and financial intermediaries; interest rates and security valuation; central banking system and monetary policy; securities markets including money, capital, foreign exchange, and derivatives markets; commercial banking and other depository institutions; institutional investors, including investment banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, and pension funds; introduction to financial risk management.
  • ELEC 201 - 1 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR AKAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MATH 107 & MATH 106
    Description:Introduction to discrete and continuous time signals and systems. Time-domain signal representations, impulse response of linear time-invariant (LTI) systems, and convolution. Frequency domain signal representations, frequency response of LTI systems, and Fourier analysis. Filtering of continuous and discrete time signals. Sampling and discrete time processing of analog signals. Laplace-transform domain analysis of continuous-time LTI systems. Exercises using MATLAB.
  • ELEC 204 - 1 DIGITAL DESIGN

    Instructor:ENGİN ERZİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Computer technology, digital hardware, boolean algebra, logic functions and gates, canonical forms, simplification of boolean functions, Karnaugh maps, number systems, conversions, complement arithmetic, adders, multiplexers, tri-state outputs, decoders, encoders, sequential logic, flip-flops, sequential circuit analysis, sequential circuit design, registers and counters, memory and programmable logic, central processing unit. A design project.
  • ELEC 304 - 1 SYSTEMS AND CONTROL

    Instructor:ALPER ERDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 202
    Description:Dynamic modeling using state space descriptions and transfer functions. Dynamic response analysis. Feedback control theory.
  • ELEC 312 - 1 ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETISM

    Instructor:KAAN GÜVEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(PHYS. 302 or ELEC. 206) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of Maxwell's equations; conservation laws; electromagnetic waves; propagation of electromagnetic waves in conductors and dielectrics; transmission lines; waveguides; potentials and fields; radiation theory; electrodynamics and special theory of relativity.
  • ELEC 317 - 1 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

    Instructor:ENGİN ERZİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 204 or consent of the instructor
    Description:An introduction to the design of embedded systems with an emphasis on understanding the microcomputer fundamentals by relating hardware, software and the physical applications. Topics covered include architecture and operation of a typical microprocessor, assembly language programming, serial and parallel input/output, memory (RAM and ROM), interrupts, concurrency management, and real-time constraints.
  • ELEC 391 - 1 SUMMER PRACTICE II

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    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 401 - 1 MICROWAVE ELECTRONICS

    Instructor:İRŞADİ AKSUN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 206 or consent of the instructor
    Description:High-frequency techniques; Maxwell’s equations and wave phenomenon; characterization of high-frequency circuits via S-parameters; concepts of group velocity and dispersion, and their effects on high-speed digital circuits; analysis and design of microstrip lines and other transmission media; microwave passive and active components; design of matching networks and high frequency amplifiers.
  • ELEC 405 - 1 LINEAR SYSTEM THEORY

    Instructor:ALPER ERDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ELEC 301 or ELEC 304
    Description:Linear Algebra Review, Normal Matrices, Quadratic Forms and Semidefinite Matrices, Inner Product and Norm Spaces, State Space Descriptions for Continuous and Discrete Time Systems, Controllability, Observability, Stability, Realization Theory.
  • ELEC 408 - 1 COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION

    Instructor:YÜCEL YEMEZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Study of computational models of visual perception and their implementation in computer systems. Topics include: image formation; edge, corner and boundary extraction, segmentation, matching, pattern recognition and classification techniques; 3-D Vision: projection geometry, camera calibration, shape from stereo/silhouette/shading, model-based 3D object recognition; color texture, radiometry and BDRF; motion analysis.
  • ELEC 411 - 1 DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS

    Instructor:SİNEM ÇÖLERİ ERGEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Probability theory, stochastic processes, characterization of digital communication signals and systems, digital modulation schemes, optimum receivers for additive white gaussian noise (AWGN) channels, signal design for band-limited channels, inter-symbol interference (ISI), optimum reception for channels with ISI and AWGN, linear equalization, adaptive equalization, entropy and source coding, channel capacity and coding.
  • ELEC 416 - 1 COMPUTER NETWORKS

    Instructor:ÖZNUR ÖZKASAP
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:COMP. 132 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Principles of data communications and computer networks; ISO/OSI reference model with emphasis on data link, network and transport layers; TCP/IP protocol suite; asynchronous and synchronous transmission; data link control; multiplexing; wide area networks; routing; congestion control; local area networks; communications architecture and transport protocols; distributed applications.
  • ELEC 418 - 1 NUMERICAL MODELLING&SIMULATION

    Instructor:ALPER DEMİR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MATH 106 & MATH 107
    Description:Introduction to mathematical formulations and computational techniques for the modeling and simulation of engineering and other kinds of systems, including electronic, mechanical, biological, biochemical, virtual, abstract and multi-domain dynamical systems. Applications from various engineering disciplines and the sciences. Matrix formulation of equations for linear problems. Formulation of equations for nonlinear problems & linearization. Numerical solution of linear algebraic equations. Gaussian elimination, computations with sparse & structured matrices. Floating point number representation & arithmetic. Numerical conditioning, ill-conditioned problems. Numerical solution of nonlinear algebraic equations. Fixed point iteration & Newton’s method in one dimension. Newton’s method for system of coupled nonlinear algebraic equations. Improving convergence of Newton’s method. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations. Forward & backward Euler, trapezoidal rule. Multistep methods, accuracy & stability. Implicit vs explicit techniques, region of stability, stiff problems.
  • ELEC 421 - 1 PHOTONICS AND LASERS

    Instructor:ALPER KİRAZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:(ELEC. 206 or PHYS. 302) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of electromagnetism; electromagnetic nature of light, radiation, geometrical optics, Gaussian beams, transformation of Gaussian beams; electromagnetic modes of an optical resonator, interaction of light with matter, classical theory of absorption and dispersion, broadening processes, Rayleigh scattering, quantum theory of spontaneous and stimulated emission, optical amplification, theory of laser oscillation, examples of laser systems, Q switching and mode locking of lasers.
  • ELEC 429 - 1 OPTICS

    Instructor:HAKAN ÜREY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 206 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Fundamentals of optics and applications of the optical technology, including explanation of the operation of various optical instruments and understanding everyday optics phenomena, such as colors of the sky at different times of the day, rainbows, optics of the eye, principles of compact discs (CD), principles of holography, principles of fiber optic communications, etc. The course will be supplemented with lab demonstrations and project assignments that require the use of spreadsheet programs and optical design software.
  • ELEC 436 - 1 BIOELECTRONICS

    Instructor:SEDAT NİZAMOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:ELEC 310
    Description:In this course we will start from the electrical excitation mechanisms of biological cells and continue with bio-electronic systems. We will discuss electrically active membranes and their resistance and capacitance, diffusion and fields across membranes, Nernst equilibrium, ion channels, action potentials, impulse propagation, electrical stimulation, and biomedical electronic systems.
  • ELEC 439 - 1 SENSORS

    Instructor:MEHMET ONBAŞLI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Fundamental concepts of sensors, driving/readout electronics; rational design of sensors, state-of-the-art commercial sensing, remote sensing, Internet of Things; Strain, piezoelectric, pressure, temperature, GPS, chemical, biological, resistive, capacitive sensors, photodetectors, accelerometers, gyroscopes; optical, magnetic sensors, RF sensors, power electronics, self-powered sensors; Sensor networks based on WiFi, 4G, Bluetooth; Human/Animal sensory systems; Feedback control systems; Microfabrication of sensors. Course Type: Restricted Area
  • ELEC 491 - 1 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DESIGN I

    Instructor:HAKAN ÜREY
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 310 and ELEC. 304 and ELEC. 316
    Description:A capstone design course where students apply engineering and science knowledge in an electrical-electronics engineering design project. Development, design, implementation and management of a project in teams under realistic constraints and conditions. Emphasis on communication, teamwork and presentation skills..
  • ELEC 501 - 1 RANDOM PROCESSES

    Instructor:MURAT TEKALP
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:ENGR. 200 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Discrete and continuous random variables and processes, functions of random variables, independence of random variables. Central Limit Theorem. Discrete-time random processes, continuous-time random processes, stationary random processes, ergodicity, auto and cross correlation functions, power spectral density; spectral estimation, white noise processes, Markov chains.
  • ELEC 505 - 1 LINEAR SYSTEM THEORY

    Instructor:ALPER ERDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Linear Algebra Review, Normal Matrices, Quadratic Forms and Semidefinite Matrices, Inner Product and Norm Spaces, State Space Descriptions for Continuous and Discrete Time Systems, Controllability, Observability, Stability, Realization Theory.
  • ELEC 508 - 1 COMPUTER VISION AND PATTERN RECOGNITION

    Instructor:YÜCEL YEMEZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Study of computational models of visual perception and their implementation in computer systems. Topics include: image formation; edge, corner and boundary extraction, segmentation, matching, pattern recognition and classification techniques; 3-D Vision: projection geometry, camera calibration, shape from stereo/silhouette/shading, model-based 3D object recognition; color texture, radiometry and BDRF; motion analysis.
  • ELEC 511 - 1 DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS

    Instructor:SİNEM ÇÖLERİ ERGEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Characterization of communication signals & systems, digital modulation schemes, optimum reception for the additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN) channel, signal design for band-limited channels, Nyquist criterion, intersymbol interference (ISI), optimum reception for channels with ISI and AWGN, linear equalization, decision feedback equalization, adaptive equalization, channel capacity & coding, linear block codes, convolutional codes, multichannel and multicarrier systems, spread spectrum signals for digital communications, multiuser communications. Design oriented exercises using computer aids.
  • ELEC 518 - 1 NUMERICAL MODELING&SIMULATION

    Instructor:ALPER DEMİR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Introduction to mathematical formulations and computational techniques for the modeling and simulation of engineering and other kinds of systems, including electronic, mechanical, biological, biochemical, virtual, abstract and multi-domain dynamical systems. Applications from various engineering disciplines and the sciences. Matrix formulation of equations for linear problems. Formulation of equations for nonlinear problems & linearization. Numerical solution of linear algebraic equations. Gaussian elimination, computations with sparse & structured matrices. Floating point number representation & arithmetic. Numerical conditioning, ill-conditioned problems. Numerical solution of nonlinear algebraic equations. Fixed point iteration & Newton’s method in one dimension. Newton’s method for system of coupled nonlinear algebraic equations. Improving convergence of Newton’s method. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations. Forward & backward Euler, trapezoidal rule. Multistep methods, accuracy & stability. Implicit vs explicit techniques, region of stability, stiff problems.
  • ELEC 521 - 1 PHOTONICS AND LASERS

    Instructor:ALPER KİRAZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 206 or PHYS. 302 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of electromagnetism; geometrical optics, analysis of optical systems; wave properties of light, Gaussian beams, beam optics; interaction of light with matter, spontaneous and stimulated emission, optical amplification, theory and applications of lasers, optical interactions in semiconductors, light emitting diodes and diode lasers; detectors, noise in detection systems; light propagation in anisotropic crystals, Pockels and Kerr effect, light modulators; nonlinear optics, second harmonic generation, phase matching, nonlinear optical materials.
  • ELEC 529 - 1 OPTICS

    Instructor:HAKAN ÜREY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Fundamentals of optics and applications of the optical technology, including explanation of the operation of various optical instruments and understanding everyday optics phenomena, such as colors of the sky at different times of the day, rainbows, optics of the eye, principles of compact discs (CD), principles of holography, principles of fiber optic communications, etc. The course will be supplemented with lab demonstrations and project assignments that require the use of spreadsheet programs and optical design software.
  • ELEC 536 - 1 BIOELECTRONICS

    Instructor:SEDAT NİZAMOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:In this course we will start from the electrical excitation mechanisms of biological cells and continue with bio-electronic systems. We will discuss electrically active membranes and their resistance and capacitance, diffusion and fields across membranes, Nernst equilibrium, ion channels, action potentials, impulse propagation, electrical stimulation, and biomedical electronic systems.
  • ELEC 539 - 1 SENSORS

    Instructor:MEHMET ONBAŞLI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Fundamental concepts of sensors, driving/readout electronics; rational design of sensors, state-of-the-art commercial sensing, remote sensing, Internet of Things; Strain, piezoelectric, pressure, temperature, GPS, chemical, biological, resistive, capacitive sensors, photodetectors, accelerometers, gyroscopes; optical, magnetic sensors, RF sensors, power electronics, self-powered sensors; Sensor networks based on WiFi, 4G, Bluetooth; Human/Animal sensory systems; Feedback control systems; Microfabrication of sensors.
  • ELEC 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    Instructor:SİNEM ÇÖLERİ ERGEN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • ELEC 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:ALPER ERDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A series of lectures given by faculty or outside speakers.
  • EMED 600 - 1 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)
  • 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)
  • EMED 600 - 3 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)
  • EMED 600 - 4 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:VICTORIA TAYLOR
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • ENGL 500 - 2 ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:VICTORIA TAYLOR
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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.
  • ENGL 500 - 3 ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:VICTORIA TAYLOR
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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.
  • ENGL 500 - 4 ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:VICTORIA TAYLOR
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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.
  • ENGL 500 - 5 ACADEMIC WRITING

    Instructor:VICTORIA TAYLOR
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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:GABOR RUDOLF
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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
  • ENGR 201 - 1 STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS

    Instructor:MEHMET SAYAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Descriptive statistics; measures of association, correlation, simple regression; probability theory, conditional probability, independence; discrete and continuous random variables; probability distributions; functions of random variables; sampling distributions; estimation; inference (confidence intervals and hypothesis testing). Topics are supported by computer applications and specific examples from engineering applications.
  • ENGR 400 - 1 CORPORATE DINAMICS FOR ENGINEERS

    Instructor:EŞREF ÜNSAL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 203 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Overview of corporate dynamics, including career paths, organizational structure and behavior in large organizations, corporate culture, decision-making process (organs, levels of authority, meetings, crisis and stress management), customer-focused organization and engineering ethics. There will be several case studies. There will also be high profile speakers from the corporate world to convey their real world experiences.
  • EQUR 101 - 1 QUANTITATIVE REASONING USING COMPUTERS

    Instructor:VAHID AKBARIGHADIKOLAEI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Effective assessment of data by applying statistics and computing techniques. Introduction of major data descriptors. Applying spreadsheet tools to facilitate data analysis and consequent decision making. Introduction to flowcharts and algorithms. Algorithmic reasoning for computer programming. Emerging information and computing technologies and the future of computing.
  • EQUR 101 - 2 QUANTITATIVE REASONING USING COMPUTERS

    Instructor:VAHID AKBARIGHADIKOLAEI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Effective assessment of data by applying statistics and computing techniques. Introduction of major data descriptors. Applying spreadsheet tools to facilitate data analysis and consequent decision making. Introduction to flowcharts and algorithms. Algorithmic reasoning for computer programming. Emerging information and computing technologies and the future of computing.
  • EQUR 121 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO SYMBOLIC LOGIC

    Instructor:EMİNE YAZICI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:The fundamental concepts of logic such as statement, argument, premise, conclusion, inference, truth, falsity, validity, and invalidity; elements of propositional and predicate logic; conjunction, disjunction and negation of statements; truth tables for complex statements; logical equivalence; tautologies and contradictions; universal and existential quantifiers; truth trees; proof methods.
  • ERUD 306 - 1 ENDOCRINE, REPRODUCTIVE, UROGENITAL DISEASES

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of reproductive, urogenital and endocrine diseases: Mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, physical examination, symptomatology, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging and treatment. Topics include synthesis, metabolism and clinical effects of hormones, normal puberty and sexual differentiation, obesity, diseases and tumors of adrenal glands, thyroid glands, parathyroid glands and pituitary gland; endocrine pancreas and diabetes mellitus, diseases and tumors of kidney, dialysis and transplantation, urinary tract infection and obstructive uropathy, menstrual cycle, contraception, pregnancy, diseases and tumors of vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus and ovary; male infertility, sexually transmitted diseases, diseases and tumors of the breast.
  • ERUS 206 - 1 ENDOCRINE, REPRODUCTIVE AND URINARY SYSTEMS

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Anatomy and histology of organs related to the urinary system, male and female reproductive systems, the pelvic floor, blood vessels and nerves of pelvic viscera, embryonic development of urinary and genital systems and their abnormalities, morphology and functions of the kidney, glomerular filtration, reabsorption, and secretion, regulation of volume and composition of body fluids, transport in the urinary tract, mechanisms and disorders of erection and ejaculation, structure and functions of the thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary, pineal and adrenal glands, biosynthesis of hormones, mechanisms of hormone action.
  • ETHR 101 - 1 ETHICS IN INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:ZEYNEP DİREK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Exploring the moments of ethical questioning, the processes of ethical decision-making and their applications in parliaments, courthouses, hospitals, schools, business companies, and municipalities. A survey of various areas of applied ethics, such as Philosophy of Law, Bioethics, Business Ethics, Environmental Ethics, and Feminist Ethics to introduce the philosophical methods of questioning in the applications of ethical ideas and decisions into our social and institutional life.
  • ETHR 101 - 2 ETHICS IN INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:FULDEN İBRAHİMHAKKIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Exploring the moments of ethical questioning, the processes of ethical decision-making and their applications in parliaments, courthouses, hospitals, schools, business companies, and municipalities. A survey of various areas of applied ethics, such as Philosophy of Law, Bioethics, Business Ethics, Environmental Ethics, and Feminist Ethics to introduce the philosophical methods of questioning in the applications of ethical ideas and decisions into our social and institutional life.
  • ETHR 101 - 3 ETHICS IN INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:FULDEN İBRAHİMHAKKIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-18:45
    Description:Exploring the moments of ethical questioning, the processes of ethical decision-making and their applications in parliaments, courthouses, hospitals, schools, business companies, and municipalities. A survey of various areas of applied ethics, such as Philosophy of Law, Bioethics, Business Ethics, Environmental Ethics, and Feminist Ethics to introduce the philosophical methods of questioning in the applications of ethical ideas and decisions into our social and institutional life.
  • ETHR 102 - 1 LEGAL PHILOSOPHY

    Instructor:YİĞİT SAYIN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Examination of concepts such as law, justice and fairness; relationship between law, religion, morals and ethics; natural law and the law of nature; theories of ethical reasoning: utiliarianism, egoism, relativism, deontology; justice as a theory of ethical reasoning, normative ethics and Greek philosophy; modern ethics and postmodern ethics, ethics and science; understanding the legal concepts of rights, duties, personality and their ethical dimensions.
  • ETHR 105 - 1 ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE

    Instructor:ZEYNEP TALAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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:İMGE ORANLI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 - 3 ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE

    Instructor:İMGE ORANLI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 - 4 ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE

    Instructor:ZEYNEP TALAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 107 - 1 SEXISM AND DISCRIMINATION

    Instructor:HÜLYA ŞİMGA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Investigation of sexism, discrimination and gender equality from an interdisciplinary perspective to explore various aspects of "women's human rights" from historical, legal, philosophical as well as sociological perspectives. Examination of concepts such as sex, gender, oppression, equality, equity, justice, intersectionality, cultural relativism and rights.
  • ETHR 109 - 1 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS

    Instructor:PATRICK RONEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:A growing area of philosophy focusing on issues about the value of nature and other living beings and our responsibility towards them. Primary questions dealing with issues of moral responsibility of human beings towards other life forms and on the relative value of nature. Various topics focus on economic and technological development, pollution, the preservation of species, and the uses and abuses of life.
  • ETHR 113 - 1 A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS

    Instructor:NALAN SARAÇ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 - 3 A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS

    Instructor:NALAN SARAÇ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 - 4 A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS

    Instructor:NALAN SARAÇ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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.
  • FELS 214 - 1 WOMEN, DISCRIMINATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS

    Instructor:ZEYNEP GÖKER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:An introduction to the evolution of two most comprehensive concepts: `gender equality? and `women?s rights? from a philosophical and ethical perspective. Three main objectives of this course: the examination and clarification of critical concepts such as equality, equity, justice, intersectionality, discrimination, oppression, sexism, cultural relativism, ?right? and rights; to provide the foundational understanding of the centrality of gender equality for human rights in general, and finally, to discuss the contemporary situation of gender equality from an international perspective in the light of the various historical, legal and normative developments for the promotion of women's human rights.
  • FREN 201 - 1 FRENCH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:AFEF KHABLACHI ANAMUR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 201 - 2 FRENCH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:AFEF KHABLACHI ANAMUR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 201 - 3 FRENCH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:AFEF KHABLACHI ANAMUR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • FREN 301 - 1 FRENCH III : INTERMEDIATE

    Instructor:AFEF KHABLACHI ANAMUR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:FREN. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Continuation of FREN 202, with emphasis on the progressive development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Enables students to carry out communicative tasks related to matters regularly encountered. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: first half of level A2.
  • GERM 201 - 1 GERMAN I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:SERPİL AYDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 201 - 2 GERMAN I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:SERPİL AYDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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:FİGEN ECER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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.
  • GERM 202 - 2 GERMAN II : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:FİGEN ECER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • GERM 202 - 3 GERMAN II : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:FİGEN ECER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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.
  • GERM 301 - 1 GERMAN III : INTERMEDIATE

    Instructor:SERPİL AYDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:GERM. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:For advanced beginners who have completed GERM 202 and/or who have a sound knowledge of German at A1 level; emphasizes the development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills; enables learners to communicate in routine tasks on matters regularly encountered in everyday life. Complies with the first half of level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • GERM 302 - 1 GERMAN IV : INTERMEDIATE

    Instructor:FİGEN ECER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:GERM. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Targets advanced beginners who have completed GERM 301; designed to deepen the four language skills; enables learners to interact with reasonable ease in short conversations and predictable everyday situations. Complies with the second half of level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • GIND 305 - 1 GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of gastrointestinal diseases: Mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging and treatment. Topics include, esophageal diseases, gastritis, peptic ulcer, malabsorption, infectious enterocolitis, inflammatory bowel disease, tumors of the esophagus, stomach, small intestine and colon, jaundice, viral hepatitis, steatohepatitis, metabolic liver diseases, diseases of gall bladder and biliary tract, tumors of liver and biliary tract, pancreatitis and tumors of pancreas.
  • GREK 401 - 1 BASIC GREEK

    Instructor:ADRIAN SAUNDERS
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Introduction to the basic grammar of the Ancient Greek language. Alphabet and pronunciation. The active verb system. Passive and middle verb systems. Indicative, subjunctive and optative moods. Nouns of all three declensions. Adjectives and adverbs. Participles. Concentration on building basic prose reading vocabulary. Students to read simplified prose texts to increase fluency and to build background cultural knowledge.
  • GREK 501 - 1 BASIC GREEK

    Instructor:ADRIAN SAUNDERS
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Introduction to the basic grammar of the Ancient Greek language. Alphabet and pronunciation. The active verb system. Passive and middle verb systems. Indicative, subjunctive and optative moods. Nouns of all three declensions. Adjectives and adverbs. Participles. Concentration on building basic prose reading vocabulary. Students to read simplified prose texts to increase fluency and to build background cultural knowledge.
  • GSHS 501 - 1 RESEARCH ETHICS/MEDICAL AND BIOETHICS

    Instructor:HAKAN ORER
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-18:00
    Description:Ethical principles in biomedical research, biosafety, ethics in animal studies, human and patients' rights, ethics in clinical research, national and international examples in publication ethics and principles will be discussed. Course will be completed via CITI online education program.
  • GSHS 503 - 1 BIOSTATISTICS

    Instructor:MEHMET GÖNEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:This course provides an introduction to important topics in biostatistical concepts and reasoning. Specific topics include tools for describing central tendency and variability in data; methods for performing inference on population means and proportions via sample data; statistical hypothesis testing and its application to group comparisons; issues of power and sample size in study designs; and random sample and other study types. The researchers in health sciences commonly use several statistical methods (linear regression, ANOVA, logistic regression, survival analysis, nonparametric methods, etc.) to study biological problems. Students will gain the statistical skills to read scientific articles in their field, to understand the statistical methods used, and to interpret the results on their own. They will also learn to use computers and software for statistical analysis.
  • HEKL 401 - 1 MENTAL HEALTH

    Instructor:PERİHAN GÜNER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Integration of the theories underlying the planning and implementation of nursing interventions appropriate to patients with acute and chronic psychiatric and mental health diseases. (Lecture and clinical)
  • HEKL 402 - 1 INTENSIVE CARE

    Instructor:AYDA KEBAPCI
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Theories underlying principles involved in planning and implementation of nursing interventions appropriate to care for the patient who is hospitalized in a critical care unit. (Lecture and clinical)
  • HEMY 201 - 1 SAFETY AND PROTECTION-II

    Instructor:KADER TEKKAŞ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Sickness, hospitalization and chronic disease in children and adults, nursing approach and management of patients with anxiety, conflict resolution, patient safety, principles of asepsis and antisepsis, sterilization and disinfection, pharmaceutical effect mechanisms and drug interactions, routes of drug administration, wound healing, hospital infections, patient rights, examples of safety and protection in the clinical environment, leadership and leadership theories, motivation.
  • HEMY 203 - 1 NUTRITION -II

    Instructor:NİLGÜN GÖKTEPE
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Health problems affecting nutrition, parenteral feeding, anemia, malnutrition, diabetes mellitus, hepatitis and nursing care, medications used to treat digestive and endocrine disease, illness and quality of life.
  • HEMY 205 - 1 ELIMINATION -EXCHANGE - II

    Instructor:TUBA ŞENGÜL
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Fluid electrolyte, acid- base imbalance and nursing care in children and adults. Treatment methods for shock, hypertension, constipation, diarrhea and nursing care, minor health problems of the urinary system, medications used to treat urinary disease, minor health problems of the respiratory system and medications used to treat respiratory disease.
  • HEMY 207 - 1 BIOSTATISTICS AND RESEARCH METHODS - I

    Instructor:ZUHAL BAHAR
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Introduction to biostatistics and statistical analysis methods used in health research. Probability theory, distributions, descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, correlation, linear regression; prevalence, incidence, morbidity and mortality rates in epidemiologic studies will be covered.
  • HEMY 221 - 1 WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP IN HEALTH AREA

    Instructor:AYGÜL AKYÜZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:The course focuses on factors facilitating and hindering the leadership of women in professional area-herein health, social associations and politics with respect to theoretical point of views, up-to-date research and workforce practices. Research findings and practices, women related policies in Turkey will be compared with those in other developed and developing countries.
  • HEMY 223 - 1 PROFESSIONALISM IN NURSING

    Instructor:AYFER ELÇİGİL
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Analysis of nursing professionalism within the health care system using the cultural and systems approach. Professionalism in nursing is explored within the context of biopsychosocial concepts and principles.
  • HEMY 301 - 1 SAFETY AND PROTECTION-III

    Instructor:AYŞE OCAKCI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Situational crises and crisis management, breaking bad news, common cancer types, cancer treatment, palliative care and symptom management in cancer patients, psychosocial aspects of cancer, intensive care nursing, communication with the intensive care patient, pain management in intensive care, medication used in effective treatment of pain, hemodynamic monitoring, end-of-life care, patient refusing treatment, brain death, organ donation.
  • HEMY 303 - 1 SEXUALITY

    Instructor:EMİNE TÜRKMEN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:High-risk pregnancy and high-risk neonate, organization and theories of management, professional and legal issues in nursing, models of nursing care delivery, advocacy in nursing.
  • HEMY 305 - 1 COGNITION AND PERCEPTION -II

    Instructor:FAHRİYE OFLAZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Major health problems affecting the nervous system, diagnosis and care of psychiatric disorders, psychotic disorders, mood and personality disorders, personality disorders, mood disorders, somatoform disorders, suicide and nursing care, medication used in psychiatric disorders, basic and advanced life support, trauma and nursing care.
  • HEMY 401 - 1 INTERNAL MEDICAL NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:ŞEYDA ÖZCAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:This course focuses on providing experience in comprehensive nursing interventions in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to internal medical nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 401 - 2 INTERNAL MEDICAL NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:ŞEYDA ÖZCAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:This course focuses on providing experience in comprehensive nursing interventions in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to internal medical nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 401 - 3 INTERNAL MEDICAL NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:ŞEYDA ÖZCAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:This course focuses on providing experience in comprehensive nursing interventions in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to internal medical nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 404 - 1 MENTAL HEALTH NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:FAHRİYE OFLAZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:This course focuses on providing experience in comprehensive nursing practice towards mental health promotion in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to mental health nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 404 - 2 MENTAL HEALTH NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:FAHRİYE OFLAZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:This course focuses on providing experience in comprehensive nursing practice towards mental health promotion in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to mental health nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 404 - 3 MENTAL HEALTH NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:FAHRİYE OFLAZ
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:This course focuses on providing experience in comprehensive nursing practice towards mental health promotion in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to mental health nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 405 - 1 WOMEN'S HEALTH NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:MEMNUN SEVEN
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    Description:This course focuses on providing experience regarding comprehensive nursing interventions in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to women?s health nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 405 - 2 WOMEN'S HEALTH NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:MEMNUN SEVEN
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    Description:This course focuses on providing experience regarding comprehensive nursing interventions in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to women?s health nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HEMY 405 - 3 WOMEN'S HEALTH NURSING INTERNSHIP

    Instructor:MEMNUN SEVEN
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    Description:This course focuses on providing experience regarding comprehensive nursing interventions in the primary, secondary and tertiary health care settings. The student is expected to gain proficiency in areas related to women?s health nursing practice through the development of leadership, management, consulting, teaching, research and decision making skills.
  • HETE 301 - 1 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

    Instructor:EMİNE TÜRKMEN
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    Description:Mechanisms of disease and functions of the immune system. Hematologic disorders; gastrointestinal disorders; and pathophysiology of the cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, neurological systems. Endocrinology and metabolism; Orthopedics; rheumatic disorders and dermatology.
  • HETE 405 - 1 NURSING SCHOLARLY PROJECT

    Instructor:AYŞE BEŞER
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    Prerequisite:İSTA. 300 and HETE. 306
    Description:A clinical nursing project in which students integrate nursing and research methodologies, theoretical concepts and principles in clinical practice. Improving patient care in a specific area of clinical practice will be emphasized.
  • HIST 100 - 1 GLIMPSING MODERN TURKISH HISTORY

    Instructor:EDA DALOĞLU
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    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 103 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY

    Instructor:MARK BAKER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:The philosophy of history and various methodological approaches used in studying the past. Critical reading and writing skills emphasized. HIST 103 is a required course for all freshman / sophomore history majors. It is taught every other fall semester and is a prerequisite for HIST 404 (Historiography) .
  • HIST 203 - 1 THE OTTOMAN STATE : 1299 - 1566

    Instructor:ASLI NİYAZİOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:From frontier principality to world empire: the construction of the Ottoman State, 1299 – 1566. Examines the history of the Ottoman State from its origins as a tiny frontier principality to its transformation into a world empire, and the social, political and cultural changes that accompanied this process. Students are also introduced to the principal historiographic debates on this period.
  • HIST 205 - 1 EUROPE FROM LATE ANTIQUITY TO 1700

    Instructor:IVANA JEVTIC
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Emergence of a distinctive western European civilization out of Christian, Greco-Roman and Germanic institutions, the formation and transformation of medieval European society, the Renaissance and the Reformation, and state building and social change in the early modern era.
  • HIST 206 - 1 EUROPE SINCE THE FRENCH REVOLUTION

    Instructor:ALEXIS RAPPAS
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Emergence of modern societies in Europe, the transition from the absolutist state to the French revolution and its aftermath in Western and Eastern Europe.
  • HIST 214 - 1 CULTURE AND SOCIETY IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, 1300-1700

    Instructor:ASLI NİYAZİOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This course introduces some of the major issues in the history of the Ottoman Empire with a focus on the cultural life. Topics will include: life at the frontiers; relations between Ottomans and their neighbors; imperial ideology; the social fabric, gender, and ethnic structure; social unrest and religious movements; the new world order and the Ottoman response. Students will be encouraged to compare and contrast academic approaches to Ottoman History with its representation in historical novels and film.
  • HIST 219 - 1 LABOR HISTORY OF THE LATE OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND EARLY REPUBLICAN TURKEY

    Instructor:CAN NACAR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:The period between the destruction of the Janissaries in 1826 and the end of single party rule in Turkey in 1950. Different theoretical approaches to labor history, artisans? experience with the Industrial Revolution, the making of an industrial labor force, ethnic and gendered segmentations among workers, state and labor relations, and different labor migration patterns.
  • HIST 300 - 1 HISTORY OF MODERN TURKEY

    Instructor:EDA DALOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ACWR 101
    Description:Analysis of history of the Ottoman Empire and Turkish Republic from the 19th century until 2000’s. Modules including Empires and Nation States; Citizenship and Minorities; Secularism; Elections and Democracy. The main goal is to familiarize students with these universal concepts while going through history of Turkey.
  • HIST 300 - 2 HISTORY OF MODERN TURKEY

    Instructor:EDA DALOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:ACWR 101
    Description:Analysis of history of the Ottoman Empire and Turkish Republic from the 19th century until 2000’s. Modules including Empires and Nation States; Citizenship and Minorities; Secularism; Elections and Democracy. The main goal is to familiarize students with these universal concepts while going through history of Turkey.
  • HIST 300 - 3 HISTORY OF MODERN TURKEY

    Instructor:EDA DALOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:ACWR 101
    Description:Analysis of history of the Ottoman Empire and Turkish Republic from the 19th century until 2000’s. Modules including Empires and Nation States; Citizenship and Minorities; Secularism; Elections and Democracy. The main goal is to familiarize students with these universal concepts while going through history of Turkey.
  • HIST 310 - 1 HISTORY OF MODERN TURKEY

    Instructor:CENK PALAZ
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Analysis of history of the Ottoman Empire and Turkish Republic from the 19th century until 2000’s. Modules including Empires and Nation States; Citizenship and Minorities; Secularism; Elections and Democracy. The main goal is to familiarize students with these universal concepts while going through history of Turkey.
  • HIST 325 - 1 ROME, ROMAN CITIES AND COUNTRYSIDE

    Instructor:INGE UYTTERHOEVEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Visual culture and built environment of Asia (China, Korea, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and Asian diaspora). Painting, sculpture, architecture, ritual objects, ceramics, textiles and other visual forms within the wider context of political, religious, social and economic developments of the region.
  • HIST 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN HISTORY I

    Instructor:ALEXIS RAPPAS
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Detailed examination of current topics in History.
  • HIST 350 - 2 SELECTED TOPICS IN HISTORY I

    Instructor:MARK BAKER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Detailed examination of current topics in History.
  • HIST 433 - 1 STATE AND SOCIETY IN THE 19TH CENTURY OTTOMAN EMPIRE

    Instructor:YONCA KÖKSAL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:This course surveys the 19th century Ottoman Empire. It emphasizes political ideologies produced by the Ottoman ruling elite such as Ottomanism and the birth of Turkish nationalism. It raises the following questions in the context of the Ottoman empire in a comparative perspective: How did the Ottoman empire control its populations in the 19th century? What state policies and political ideologies became decisive in maintaining state control? Was the collapse of multi-ethnic empire inevitable in the 20th century?
  • HIST 501 - 1 HISTORIOGRAPHY

    Instructor:ZAFER TOPRAK
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Provides a global presentation of the purpose, practices and methodologies in history-writing from the 18th to the 21st century. Examines the professionalization of history as a discipline, the importance of primary sources (such as archives) and of key notions such as causality, truth, interpretation and objectivity in history-writing.
  • HIST 690 - 1 Ph.D SEMINAR COURSE

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:Seminars where faculty, outside speakers and Ph.D. students present their academic research.
  • HSGN 501 - 1 PHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND NURSING EVALUATION I

    Instructor:AYFER ELÇİGİL
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    Description:This course helps the student develop concepts and principles fundamental in patient care by examining normal physiological processes of the cell and the symptoms of disease on a cellular level. Course topics include the cell, cellular transport, capillary dynamics, fluid exchange between the blood and interstitial fluid, lymphatic system and edema, genetic control of protein synthesis, cell function and cell reproduction; membrane potentials, action potentials, excitation and rhythmicity; carbohydrate, lipid and protein metabolism, fluid and electrolyte balance, hydrogen ion balance and imbalances, wound healing. The student is expected to learn basic concepts in physiopathology, processes of cellular physiology and pathology, and develop the skill to perform physiological assessment of the human body.
  • HSGN 503 - 1 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK IN NURSING

    Instructor:AYŞE OCAKCI
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    Description:In this course the student will examine the relationship of the four basic concepts of nursing (i.e. the individual, health, environment, and nursing) to the concepts of stress, anxiety, hope-hopelessness, loneliness, loss, crisis, body perception-body image, sensory deprivation and weakness in connection with sick individuals. The student is expected to gain knowledge towards the integration of these human conditions encountered in nursing practice into nursing care.
  • HSGN 505 - 1 BIOSTATISTICS

    Instructor:AYŞE BEŞER
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    Description:In this course the student will examine frequency distributions, distribution criteria, probabality and probability distribution, discrete and continuous distributions, normal distribution, hypothesis testing and confidence intervals of means, significance testing of differences between group means, significance testing in paired analysis, chi-square tests, inferential tests, regression analysis, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals in simple lineer regression, and correlation analysis.
  • HSGN 506 - 1 RESEARCH IN NURSING

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:This course prepares the student for the nursing research process: defining the problem, the research question/ developing the hypothesis, research design, sampling, data collection, and reporting research results. The importance of research, the research process and its scientific and ethical aspects will be also covered to prepare the student for a master?s thesis.
  • HSGN 511 - 1 BASIC CONCEPTS IN CHILD HEALTH

    Instructor:LALE BÜYÜKGÖNENÇ
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    Description:In this course the student will examine global and regional aspects of child health, children?s health education, basic health services, child health nursing, current status, dependent and independent functions, crisis situations and the child, nursing and the family, needs of hospitalized children, chronically ill children and the family, multidisciplinary and family-centered approaches.
  • HSGN 515 - 1 MEDICAL NURSING

    Instructor:ŞEYDA ÖZCAN
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    Description:In this course the student will examine the prevention of health problems within the framework of internal medical nursing through the promotion of healthy life-style behavior, early diagnosis, effective treatment and management of illness.
  • HSGN 522 - 1 SEMINAR IN MEDICAL NURSING

    Instructor:AYSEL BADIR
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    Description:Issues in regional and global practice and developments related to medical nursing are oriented to meet individual student needs.
  • HSGN 525 - 1 COMMUNICATION IN HEALTH SERVICES

    Instructor:PERİHAN GÜNER
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    Description:This course aims to provide the student with concepts, principles, theory and processes in the field of communication as well as the importance of communication in health services. The student will examine theories and concepts of communication, therapeutic communication, bridges and barriers in the therapeutic relationship, critical thinking and decision making, the professional nursing role, the values, qualities and behaviors associated with professionalism in nursing practice, communication in health professionals, transcultural communication, communicating in groups, communicating with families, resolving conflict, communicating in health teaching, communicating with clients experiencing a communication deficit, and communicating with clients under specific conditions.
  • HSGN 527 - 1 PSYCHIATRIC NURSING

    Instructor:PERİHAN GÜNER
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    Description:In this course the student will examine the theoretic and practical dimensions of psychiatric nursing: theories of psychiatric nursing, aetiology and epidemiology, counselling and help skills, handling emergencies, care-planning for the mental-health patient, treatment methods used in psychiatry, accommodation and rehabilitation of the patient, legal and ethical issues in psychiatry, protection and promotion of mental health, community mental-health services, organization and policy in mental health, mental health of the adolescent and child, and socio-cultural aspects of nursing care.
  • HSGN 529 - 1 NURSING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:NİLGÜN GÖKTEPE
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    Description:In this course the student will examine the fundamental concepts, theories, historical evolution, philosophy and practice of nursing management and the responsibilities of the nurse manager: data collection and planning (goals, standards, policy, procedures, budgeting), organization (organizational charts, job descriptions, human resource planning, task organization), orientation (motivation, job satisfaction, communication, problem solving and decision making, conflict management), control phases of the management process (quality assurance, performance evaluation), adjusting to change in health services, and developing leadership skills in nurses to meet the needs of the individual/ family and society.
  • HSGN 531 - 1 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN NURSING SERVICES

    Instructor:NİLGÜN GÖKTEPE
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  • HSGN 536 - 1 SEMINAR IN NURSING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:NİLGÜN GÖKTEPE
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    Description:Issues in regional and global practice and developments related to nursing management are oriented to meet individual student needs.
  • HSGN 538 - 1 QUALITY AND CHANGE MANAGEMENT IN NURSING SERVICES

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:In this course the student will examine the evolution of the concept of quality, the process of quality management, standardization of quality i.e. ISO and JCHO accreditation systems, participatory management approach, the concept of total quality management (TQM), the importance, basic principles, organizational structure, process; quality circle, quality management in nursing services and education, concepts related to change (power, authority, impact, authority), types and factors affecting change, needs assessment for change, change process, the role of a change agent, strategies of change, and the process of change in nursing management.
  • HSGN 544 - 1 PRACTICE IN NURSING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:The aim of this course is to improve the students' leadership and management skills related to the implementation of the data collection, planning, organization, directing and control phases of the management process.
  • HSGN 545 - 1 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING I

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:This course aims to provide the students with the capacity to discuss basic definitions and historical development of public health and public health nursing concepts, the role of the public health nurse, economic and cultural factors that affect health, environmental health issues, public health policies and various organizational models regarding the provision of health services.
  • HSGN 547 - 1 EPIDEMIOLOGY

    Instructor:AYŞE BEŞER
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    Description:This course discusses basic principles of epidemiology, application areas of epidemiological methods, data collection instruments, reporting and surveillance systems, infectious disease epidemiology, epidemiological criteria, field research, case control studies, cross-sectional studies, cohort studies and intervention studies.
  • HSGN 548 - 1 SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF PUBLIC HEALTH

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:This course discusses demographic population dynamics, demographic transformation, the effect of religion on health, globalization and its effect on nursing care, migration and effects on health, shanty housing, urbanization and health effects.
  • HSGN 551 - 1 ETHICS IN NURSING

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:In this course, it is aimed for the student to understand the concept of ethics in nursing, its principles, declarations, laws and regulations, development process of ethics in nursing, ethics of nursing care, ethical dimension of researches and publications, properties of ethical dilemmas, the process of making ethical decisions. In the course, concepts related to ethics, bioethics, health ethics, ethical values in nursing, development of ethics in nursing, ethics of care, national/international declarations, laws and regulations related to nursing, ethical principles in nursing, research and publication ethics, properties of ethical dilemmas and the process of ethical decision making are focused on
  • HSGN 556 - 1 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

    Instructor:AYŞE OCAKCI
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    Description:This course provides a broad introduction to child abuse together with child neglect. In addition, the roles of families in child abuse and neglect will be covered along with active discussions on these topics. Other topics include discussions of investigations, reporting and treatment; as well as the nurses’ role in prevention and care of child abuse and neglect. Finally, students will be required to write projects on the overall knowledge gained on prevention of child abuse and neglect.
  • HSGN 557 - 1 PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

    Instructor:PERİHAN GÜNER
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    Description:During this course, the basic characteristics of the nervous system,and the basic physiological processes of sensations of seeing, hearing, learning, emotional processes, eating, sleeping and sexual behaviours are discussed related with psychopathological content. Students are expected to prepare and present a case formulation and nursing intervention related to neurophysiological processes underlying patients’ behaviors and symptoms. Students will have discussions on mental disorders defined in DSM-V. Additionally, psychopharmacological agents prescribed for mental disorders and their effects on these physiological processes are evaluated. Students are expected to define the nurses’ roles and responsibilities during psychopharmacological treatments. By the end of the class, students will have a comprehension of the relationships between physiological processes and psychopathological symptomatology. The success is determined by a final examination.
  • HSGN 601 - 1 NURSING METHODOLOGY I

    Instructor:ZUHAL BAHAR
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    Description:In this course the student will develop the skills to apply nursing theories into practice, learn the epistemology and ontology of nursing, conduct literature reviews, and prepare critiques.
  • HSGN 603 - 1 THEORETICAL BASIS FOR NURSING SCIENCE I

    Instructor:LALE BÜYÜKGÖNENÇ
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    Description:In this course the student willdiscuss the scientific evolution of nursing, philosophies of nursing theorists, nursing models, and explain the state of nursing over time.
  • HSGN 604 - 1 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR NURSING SCIENCE II

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:Students will develop the skills and knowledge to apply nursing models into the fields of nursing education, management, practice and research, critically evaluate the models and conduct a clinical study based on a nursing model.
  • HSGN 618 - 1 PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF WOMEN'S HEALTH NURSING II

    Instructor:[TBA]
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    Description:In this course the student will discuss the effects of the nature of knowledge underlying epistemological and ontological assumptions, laws, culture and gender roles on the old, current and future theories of women?s health nursing based on scientific research. In this course the students are expected to develop their own points of view in line with the theory.
  • HSGN 620 - 1 INFERTILITY- ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND NURSING

    Instructor:AYGÜL AKYÜZ
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    Description:This course aims to provide the student with the skills and knowledge to perform a biophsychological evaluation and to provide nursing care for the individual with infertility problems.
  • HSMM 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY

    Instructor:[TBA]
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  • HSMP 509 - 1 ENDOCRINE PHYSIOLOGY

    Instructor:MEHMET KAYA
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    Description:Main objective of this course is to teach the role of the endocrine system in controlling all systems of the body, with coordination with the nervous system. The similarities and the differences between the nervous and the endocrine systems with regard to the control of homeostasis will be analyzed. This class will focus on glandular secretions, the major endocrine glands and hormone-producing tissues and how their hormones govern body activities, metabolism and energy balance, control growth and development, and regulate operation of reproductive systems. This class aims to give an essential basic knowledge of endocrine physiology. On completion of this course the students will be aware of the effect of each hormone on its targeted tissue. The students will be able to explain negative and positive feedback mechanisms of hormones.
  • HSRB 501 - 1 FEMALE AND MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMS: ANATOMY, HISTOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:17:00-19:00
    Description:The structure of male and female reproductive systems at macroscopic and microscopic levels. Formation of the organs during the development of a human embryo. Lectures will be complemented by laboratory work.
  • HSRB 502 - 1 CELL CULTURE

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
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    Description:Theoretical and practical aspects of working in a cell culture laboratory. Maintenance of a cell culture laboratory; problems and solutions.
  • HSRB 505 - 1 STEM CELLS

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR ÖKTEM
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    Description:Stem cells, which have potential to develop into many different cell types. Recent studies related to these cells. Clinical importance and laboratory applications.
  • HUMS 101 - 1 MODERN HISTORY

    Instructor:MUSTAFA ERDEM KABADAYI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 104 - 1 SEA ROUTES: CIVILZATIONS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

    Instructor:ÇİĞDEM MANER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:The history, archaeology, art and architecture of societies and civilizations of the Mediterranean region from the prehistory until the 15th century AD. Focusing on the examination, discussion and analysis of the art, architecture, history and religion of various civilizations in Anatolia, Near East, the Levant, Northern Africa, Greece and western Mediterranean countries. Some basic questions such as exchange, continuity and discontinuity, trade, migration, traditions and innovations.
  • HUMS 105 - 1 FAITH AND POWER: EXPLORING THE WORLD MIDDLE AGES

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AYDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Introduction to the key issues in the cultural history of Europe, Near Eastern Mediterranean, Eurasia and Americas from the 5th century A.D. to the 15th century, emphasis on aspects, which have contributed to our modern cultures. Various sources, methods of analysis of history, society, religion and art of medieval cultures as well as their mutual relationships and connections. Focusing on the Byzantine world and Medieval Europe, the rise and spreading of Islamic civilizations, the developments in Eurasian and Mesoamerican civilizations before the 15th century.
  • HUMS 105 - 2 FAITH AND POWER: EXPLORING THE WORLD MIDDLE AGES

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AYDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Introduction to the key issues in the cultural history of Europe, Near Eastern Mediterranean, Eurasia and Americas from the 5th century A.D. to the 15th century, emphasis on aspects, which have contributed to our modern cultures. Various sources, methods of analysis of history, society, religion and art of medieval cultures as well as their mutual relationships and connections. Focusing on the Byzantine world and Medieval Europe, the rise and spreading of Islamic civilizations, the developments in Eurasian and Mesoamerican civilizations before the 15th century.
  • HUMS 107 - 1 HEGEMONY, POWER AND THE PEOPLE

    Instructor:İPEK AZİME ÇELİK RAPPAS
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Understanding the ways modern nation-state system influence the common people. Examining the world history between the 18th century and the early 21th century. Inquiry on the modern nation-state through the rising hegemonic states and changes in international balance of power. Focusing on societies of a wide geographical range, from Latin America to Europe; from China and South East Asia to Africa and understanding how `the masses? are affected from changes in hegemonic power(s) and challenges posed to the modern nation-state system. Learning to account for different methodologies, such as qualitative process tracing of newspaper articles and quantitative descriptive analysis of country and individual level data.
  • HUMS 108 - 1 IDENTITY, POWER AND CULTURE

    Instructor:GÜLDENİZ KIBRIS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 109 - 1 THINGS: THE MATERIAL WORLDS OF HUMANITY

    Instructor:CHRISTINA  ROOSEVELT
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Explores the relationship between people and things. Examines a wide variety of approaches to the world of objects, artifacts and material goods using several disciplines and perspectives, including archaeology, philosophy, materialist and cognitive approaches, consumption studies, phenomenology, social constructivism, actor-network-theory. Explores the relationship between people and things. Examines a wide variety of approaches to the world of objects, artifacts and material goods using several disciplines and perspectives, including archaeology, philosophy, materialist and cognitive approaches, consumption studies, phenomenology, social constructivism, actor-network-theory.
  • HUMS 113 - 1 THE CRUSADES

    Instructor:NIKOS KONTOGIANNIS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:The roots of the crusading movement in Western Christian society; the ways in which the crusades brought three world cultures (Western Europe, Byzantium and the Islamic Near East) into contact and confrontation; the type of cultural interaction that took place and the impact of the crusades in the societies of the Eastern Mediterranean.
  • HUMS 113 - 2 THE CRUSADES

    Instructor:NIKOS KONTOGIANNIS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:The roots of the crusading movement in Western Christian society; the ways in which the crusades brought three world cultures (Western Europe, Byzantium and the Islamic Near East) into contact and confrontation; the type of cultural interaction that took place and the impact of the crusades in the societies of the Eastern Mediterranean.
  • HUMS 114 - 1 HISTORY OF ISTANBUL: ANCIENT TO CONTEMPORARY

    Instructor:ALESSANDRA RICCI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This course will examine the multi-layered history of Istanbul, focusing primarily on the built environment. In a chronological fashion, the course will explore changes and continuities in the urban space in relation to the city's political, social and economic history, from the Byzantine imperial capital to its transformation into an Ottoman city, and from an Ottoman into a modern city in the Late Ottoman and Republican periods. Within the chronological framework, the course will give a thematic overview over fortifications, imperial palaces, mosques, churches, synagogues, modest neighborhoods, commercial centers, and spaces for civic ritual and entertainment.
  • HUMS 117 - 1 RATIONALITY & IRRATIONALITY

    Instructor:EYLEM ÖZALTUN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:An inquiry concerning the idea with which Western philosophy begins: we are rational animals. An investigation of what kind of power rationality is and in what respects it sets humans apart from non-rational creatures. An examination of the commonplace instances of irrationality such as weakness of the will, wishful thinking, and self-deception in order to explain the possibility of irrationality in the lives of beings which are by nature rational.
  • HUMS 122 - 1 HISTORY OF TURKISH NATIONALISM

    Instructor:GÜLDENİZ KIBRIS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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.
  • HUMS 122 - 2 HISTORY OF TURKISH NATIONALISM

    Instructor:GÜLDENİZ KIBRIS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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.
  • HUMS 129 - 1 CRITICAL THINKING

    Instructor:ERHAN DEMİRCİOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:An introduction of the distinction between an argument and merely a set of sentences. An examination of the distinction between good cases and bad cases of reasoning. In depth study of some of the basic distinctions between different types of reasoning.
  • IICR 301 - 1 INFECTION, INFLAMMATION, CELLULAR RESPONSES

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Basic concepts of medical microbiology and introduction to pathology and pharmacology. Topics include the biology of medically important bacterial, viral, parasitic and fungal pathogens, epidemiology of infections, virulence properties of pathogens and diseases they cause, prevention strategies from infections, entire spectrum of cellular response to injury and infection, acute and chronic inflammation, tissue renewal, disorders of hemodynamics and hemostasis. This course also includes factors that affect the body's response to drugs and metabolisms of drugs, duration of action, absorption, distribution, biotransformation, and elimination of major classes of drugs.
  • IMED 402 - 1 INTERNAL MEDICINE

    Instructor:DİLEK YAZICI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Communication with the patient and the caregivers, essential history taking and physical examination practices, requesting goal-directed laboratory tests and interpretation of all patient-related information accurately. Common and important medical diseases, signs and symptoms of diseases, laboratory methods and imaging modalities. Acute, chronic diseases and their management. Rational drug treatment.
  • 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)
  • IMED 600 - 3 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 100 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:LERZAN ÖRMECİ
    Meeting Days:TUES WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Introduction to industrial engineering concepts. Fundamentals of systems analysis and modeling. Basics of production and service systems. Computer and programming applications of several industrial engineering topics. Hands-on experience for industrial engineering subjects in team projects
  • INDR 201 - 1 DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES

    Instructor:EMRE YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Fundamentals of logic, mathematical induction, basic set theory, relations and functions, fundamental principles of counting, inclusion-exclusion principles, basic graph theory, trees, algorithms for basic industrial engineering and operations research problems on graphs and networks.
  • INDR 343 - 1 STOCHASTIC MODELS

    Instructor:SÜLEYMAN ÖZEKİCİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(ENGR. 200 and INDR. 262) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to inventory management, deterministic economic quantity models and extensions. Stochastic continuous-review and periodic-review models. Markov chains and Markov processes. Introduction to queueing systems and the Poisson process. Markovian queues, networks and management of queueing systems. Markov decision models and applications. Probabilistic dynamic programming and algorithmic solution methods.
  • INDR 363 - 1 MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING

    Instructor:SİBEL SALMAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:INDR. 262 and INDR. 201
    Description:Introduction to modeling with integer variables and integer programming; network models, dynamic programming; convexity and nonlinear optimization; applications of various optimization methods in manufacturing, product design, communications networks, transportation, supply chain, and financial systems.
  • INDR 371 - 1 OPERATIONS AND FACILITIES DESIGN

    Instructor:BARIŞ YILDIZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:INDR. 262 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Facilities design process; strategic facilities planning, product, process, and schedule design, flow, space, and activity relationships, personnel requirements; material handling principles, equipment, unit load concept; facility layout, types, procedures, computer-aided tools; warehousing, order picking, automated storage/retrieval systems; quantitative models for facilities planning; evaluating, selecting, preparing, presenting, implementing, and maintaining the facilities plan.
  • INDR 420 - 1 NETWORK MODELS AND OPTIMIZATION

    Instructor:SİBEL SALMAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:INDR. 262 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Network flow models and optimization problems. Algorithms and applications. Minimum spanning tree problem. Shortest path problems. Maximum flow problems, minimum cuts in undirected graphs and cut-trees. The minimum cost network flow problem. Matching problems. Generalized flows. Multicommodity flows and solution by Lagrangean relaxation, column generation and Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition. Network design problems including the Steiner tree problem and the multicommodity capacitated network design problem; their formulations, branch-and-cut approaches and approximation algorithms.
  • INDR 430 - 1 DECISION ANALYSIS

    Instructor:PELİN CANBOLAT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(ENGR. 200 or ENGR. 201 or MATH. 201) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Tools, techniques, and skills needed to analyze decision-making problems characterized by uncertainty, risk, and conflicting objectives. Methods for structuring and modeling decision problems and applications to problems in a variety of managerial decision-making contexts. Structuring decision problems: Decision trees, model building, solution methods and sensitivity analysis; Bayes' rule, the value of information and using decision analysis software. Uncertainty and its measurement: Probability assessment. Utility Theory: Risk attitudes, single- and multiattribute utility theory, and risk management. Decision making with multiple objectives.
  • INDR 440 - 1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:METİN TÜRKAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:INDR. 262
    Description:Strategy with projects; integration of organization with projects; defining the project; estimating times and costs; developing a network plan; LP approach for CPM; PERT; scheduling resources; mathematical models for resource allocation; reducing project duration; mathematical model for crashing; progress and evaluation; control process; project closure audit process; international projects.
  • INDR 451 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:ATHANASIA MANOU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:
  • INDR 451 - 2 SELECTED TOPICS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:ATHANASIA MANOU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • INDR 473 - 1 FINANCIAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:GABOR RUDOLF
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:ENGR. 200
    Description:Investments and cash flows, present value and internal rate of return; fixed income securities, yield, duration and immunization; portfolio optimization, mean-variance models, Capital Asset Pricing Model and Arbitrage Pricing Theory; forwards, futures, swaps and risk hedging; pricing derivative securities and options, binomial market models, continuous market models and Black-Scholes equation.
  • INDR 481 - 1 INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    Instructor:MEHMET GÖNEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Introduction to technological and conceptual aspects of information systems; data and information modeling systems, design and analysis of modular information systems, workflow modeling and project management methodology, models for information systems process development and implementation, post-implementation of IT systems, information systems examples including materials requirement planning, enterprise resource planning and supply chain management.
  • INDR 483 - 1 SUPPLY CHAIN MODELING AND ANALYSIS

    Instructor:METİN TÜRKAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(ENGR. 200 and INDR. 262 and INDR. 372) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Application and development of mathematical modeling tools for the analysis of strategic, tactical, and operational supply-chain problems. Mathematical programming formulations for integrated planning of capacity and demand in a supply chain. Planning and managing inventories in multi-level systems, centralized versus decentralized control of supply chain inventories. Models and algorithms for transportation and logistics systems design and analysis. Supply chain coordination issues and achieving coordination through contracts. The role of information technology and enterprise resource planning (ERP) and Advanced Planning and Optimization software.
  • INDR 491 - 1 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DESIGN I

    Instructor:SÜLEYMAN ÖZEKİCİ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:(INDR. 344 and INDR. 372) or consent of the instructor
    Description:A capstone design course where students apply engineering and science knowledge in an industrial engineering design project proposed by companies from different sectors. Development, design, implementation and management of a project in teams under realistic constraints and conditions. Emphasis on communication, teamwork and presentation skills.
  • INDR 492 - 1 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DESIGN II

    Instructor:LERZAN ÖRMECİ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A capstone design project on an industrially relevant problem. Students work on teams in consultation with various faculty and industrial members.
  • INDR 501 - 1 OPTIMIZATION MODELS AND ALGORITHMS

    Instructor:EMRE YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Convex analysis, optimality conditions, linear programming model formulation, simplex method, duality, dual simplex method, sensitivity analysis; assignment, transportation, and transshipment problems.
  • INDR 503 - 1 STOCHASTIC MODELS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

    Instructor:PELİN CANBOLAT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:The basic theory of the Poisson process, renewal processes, Markov chains in discrete and continuous time, as well as Brownian motion and random walks are developed. Applications of these stochastic processes are emphasized by examples, which are drawn from inventory and queueing theory, reliability and replacement theory, finance, population dynamics and other biological models.
  • INDR 520 - 1 NETWORK MODELS AND OPTIMIZATION

    Instructor:SİBEL SALMAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:INDR. 262 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Network flow models and optimization problems. Algorithms and applications. Minimum spanning tree problem. Shortest path problems. Maximum flow problems, minimum cuts in undirected graphs and cut-trees. The minimum cost network flow problem. Matching problems. Generalized flows. Multicommodity flows and solution by Lagrangean relaxation, column generation and Dantzig-Wolfe decomposition. Network design problems including the Steiner tree problem and the multicommodity capacitated network design problem; their formulations, branch-and-cut approaches and approximation algorithms.
  • INDR 530 - 1 DECISION ANALYSIS

    Instructor:PELİN CANBOLAT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:ENGR. 200 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Tools, techniques, and skills needed to analyze decision-making problems characterized by uncertainty, risk, and conflicting objectives. Methods for structuring and modeling decision problems and applications to problems in a variety of managerial decision-making contexts. Structuring decision problems: Decision trees, model building, solution methods and sensitivity analysis; Bayes' rule, the value of information and using decision analysis software. Uncertainty and its measurement: Probability assessment. Utility Theory: Risk attitudes, single- and multiattribute utility theory, and risk management. Decision making with multiple objectives.
  • INDR 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:MEHMET GÖNEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:INDR. 343 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • INDR 550 - 2 SELECTED TOPICS IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:ATHANASIA MANOU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:INDR. 343 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • INDR 573 - 1 FINANCIAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:GABOR RUDOLF
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Investments and cash flows, present value and internal rate of return; fixed income securities, yield, duration and immunization; portfolio optimization, mean-variance models, Capital Asset Pricing Model and Arbitrage Pricing Theory; forwards, futures, swaps and risk hedging; pricing derivative securities and options, binomial market models, continuous market models and Black-Scholes equation.
  • INDR 583 - 1 SUPPLY CHAIN MODELING AND ANALYSIS

    Instructor:METİN TÜRKAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Application and development of mathematical modeling tools for the analysis of strategic, tactical, and operational supply-chain problems. Mathematical programming formulations for integrated planning of capacity and demand in a supply chain. Planning and managing inventories in multi-level systems, centralized versus decentralized control of supply chain inventories. Models and algorithms for transportation and logistics systems design and analysis. Supply chain coordination issues and achieving coordination through contracts. The role of information technology and enterprise resource planning (ERP) and Advanced Planning and Optimization software.
  • INDR 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:GABOR RUDOLF
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A series of lectures given by faculty or outside speakers. Participating students must also make presentations during the semester.
  • INTL 101 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

    Instructor:AYŞEN ÜSTÜBİCİ ÖNAY
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:The basic tools and concepts of politics, political systems, and political science; an overview of the basic terminology and theories of political science so as to enable students to understand the functioning of different political systems; a systematic understanding of political institutions and dynamics as a basis for an adequate analysis of global problems, from economic development to security to the environment.
  • INTL 101 - 2 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

    Instructor:ÖZLEM ALTAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:The basic tools and concepts of politics, political systems, and political science; an overview of the basic terminology and theories of political science so as to enable students to understand the functioning of different political systems; a systematic understanding of political institutions and dynamics as a basis for an adequate analysis of global problems, from economic development to security to the environment.
  • INTL 201 - 1 RESEARCH METHODS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Instructor:GÜNEŞ ERTAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:(INTL. 101 and MATH. 201 or Eng 200 or Eng 201) or consent of the instructor and (Cpap 100 or Cpap 150 OR Cpap 101)
    Description:Introduction to research methodology in behavioral and social sciences, emphasizing the logic of scientific inquiry, critical thinking and the essential roles of observation and experiment; review of research methods in International Relations, including survey research and statistical methods.
  • INTL 203 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:BELGİN SAN AKÇA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101
    Description:Evolution of the modern international system, with particular emphasis on developments since World War II, basic theories and applications of salient issues in international politics such as international conflict and cooperation, alignments, nationalism, and forces of change.
  • INTL 204 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS

    Instructor:MURAT SOMER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101
    Description:Basic concepts in political science such as political culture, political participation, political parties, political institutions, and the application of these concepts in the study of major contemporary states.
  • INTL 301 - 1 THE TURKISH CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM

    Instructor:BOĞAÇ EROZAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 313 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

    Instructor:CANER BAKIR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:INTL. 203 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Main approaches to various institutions and actors that make up the field of international political economy. Question of who gets what at a global level from a multi-actored, multi-level and mul-disciplinary perspective. Interactions between states, markets, firms, NGOs, and not-for-profit organizations at the local, national, regional, and supranational levels. Global trade, production, finance, and knowledge structures and relations in the context of international organizations, transnational corporations, global financial structures, regional integrations, North-South relations, discourses and practices of development, and problems of global poverty.
  • INTL 318 - 1 SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS

    Instructor:GÜNEŞ ERTAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:INTL. 201
    Description:Provides an introduction to the analysis of social networks. Topics include research design for social network analysis, collecting network data, visualization of networks, and review of most commonly used measures such as centrality, structural holes, and structural equivalence. Software packages for the course: UCINET and Visone.
  • INTL 325 - 1 GENDER AND POLITICS

    Instructor:ÖZLEM ALTAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101 or SOCI. 100
    Description:This undergraduate seminar critically explores a variety of political, social, and economic processes through a gendered perspective. The class revisits issues of politics and political economy by focusing on various inequalities that govern the lives of men and women in their everyday lives. The course material is organized so that we discuss themes such as, but not limited to, nation-state formation, citizenship, labor, and development.
  • INTL 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:SEDEF TURPER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:
  • INTL 375 - 1 EURASIA: POLITICS AND SOCIETY SINCE 1914

    Instructor:SENER AKTÜRK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101 and INTL. 204
    Description:Comprehensive introduction to the comparative study of Soviet and Post-Soviet Russian and Eurasian politics, including political parties and the parliament, ethnic politics and nationalism, law, media, civil-military relations, economy, demography, and foreign policy.
  • INTL 380 - 1 COMPARATIVE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EMERGING POWERS

    Instructor:ZİYA ÖNİŞ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:(INTL. 203 and INTL. 313) or consent of the instructor
    Description:The course offers a political economy account of the rise of emerging powers. Topics to be covered include contemporary debates on the political economy of late industrialization, the relationship between development and democracy, the relationship between state and the economy, the importance of institutions in the development process and the rise of BRICS and near-BRICs in the changing global order. Theoretical themes are applied to the case studies of China, India, Russia, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Indonesia, Malaysia and Poland; the political economy of Turkey in comparative perspective.
  • INTL 410 - 1 POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TURKEY

    Instructor:CANER BAKIR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to the role of the state and other political actors in Turkish economic development from a comparative and global political economy perspective; key policy phases and institutional transformations; the role of multilateral institutions ; the politics of economic crises and reforms; regional integration and external economic relations of the Turkish economy; the political economy of trade and capital flows; poverty, inequality, labor market dynamics and social policy: gender and environmental dimensions of Turkish development.
  • INTL 421 - 1 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

    Instructor:BURAK GÜREL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:((SOCI. 100 or SOCI. 101 or SOCI. 102 or SOCI. 103) and (SOCI. 201 or SOCI. 202 or SOCI. 204 or SOCI. 206 or SOCI. 208)) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Historical development and nature of political institutions, and the social foundations of the state.
  • INTL 447 - 1 IDENTITY AND FOREIGN POLICY OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

    Instructor:BAHAR RUMELİLİ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:INTL. 330 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Debates on European identity; the link between identity and foreign policy; evolution of the EU's foreign economic and security policy; EU foreign policy in various regions of the world, such as the Balkans and the Middle East; EU-US relations.
  • INTL 450 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Approaches to the behavior of individuals, groups, states, and international organizations in international politics.
  • INTL 451 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:ALTAY ATLI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101 or SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:
  • INTL 452 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:MURAT SOMER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:
  • INTL 475 - 1 POLITICS OF ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM

    Instructor:SENER AKTÜRK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:INTL. 101 and INTL. 204
    Description:This is an undergraduate and graduate seminar investigating the definitions of and relationship between ethnicity and nationhood. Competing definitions of ethnicity and rival explanations for the emergence of nationalism are critically engaged. While covering the classical works in the field of ethnicity and nationalism studies, the course readings incorporate the most recent, cutting-edge works in the field as well.
  • INTL 501 - 1 RESEARCH METHODS

    Instructor:SELİM AYTAÇ
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Introduction to the fundamental research methods in social science, covering issues and methods shared by all of the social sciences and by many of the natural sciences. Particular emphasis on contemporary work in the fields of international relations and political science, elaborating on both quantitative and qualitative methods and highlighting the steps in identifying a problem worthy of study and developing testable hypotheses, designing a research strategy, gathering data, analyzing data, and interpreting the results.
  • INTL 503 - 1 GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY

    Instructor:BAHAR RUMELİLİ
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Historical and analytical analysis of globalization processes and their impacts on world politics, with special focus on the questions of the changing nature of the nation state, sustainable economic development and democratic global governance. Presentation of an inter-disciplinary framework for an in-depth analysis of change in international relations, while paying attention to the debate on globalization that is taking place in the fields of international relations, sociology, economics and management.
  • INTL 531 - 1 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

    Instructor:CANER BAKIR
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Examination of contemporary issues in international political economy such as: the relationship between states and markets in the contemporary era of globalization; implications of the growing interdependence of economic and political aspects of international relations; international arrangements designed to manage or regulate interstate activities relating to trade, money, resource use, technology and the physical environment; the roles of non-state actors; development patterns of industrialized and developing countries.
  • INTL 551 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:ALTAY ATLI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • INTL 552 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:MURAT SOMER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Approaches to the behavior of individuals, groups, states, and international organizations in international politics.
  • INTL 575 - 1 POLITICS OF ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM

    Instructor:SENER AKTÜRK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:This is an undergraduate and graduate seminar investigating the definitions of and relationship between ethnicity and nationhood. Competing definitions of ethnicity and rival explanations for the emergence of nationalism are critically engaged. While covering the classical works in the field of ethnicity and nationalism studies, the course readings incorporate the most recent, cutting-edge works in the field as well.
  • INTL 600 - 1 POLITICAL THEORY

    Instructor:BOĞAÇ EROZAN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-11:15
    Description:Examines the major questions and theories in classical and contemporary political theory.
  • INTL 601 - 1 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

    Instructor:BELGİN SAN AKÇA
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Comprehensive coverage of various quantitative methods used in the fields of Political Science and International Relations. Modeling techniques with an emphasis on the application of the following methods in the analysis of large-N datasets including panel, survey, cross-sectional and duration data by learning and using an appropriate statistical software program: linear regression analysis, diagnostics and revised models, such as generalized linear model fixing for nonlinearity and heteroskedasticity, limited and categorical dependent variable models including logit, probit,ordinal and mutinomial logit, count dependent variable models and poisson and negative binomial methods, event-history modeling, such as duration and hazard analysis, and selection models.
  • INTL 603 - 1 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

    Instructor:BAHAR RUMELİLİ
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Examines the core theories and questions in the field of international relations with particular emphasis on divergent methodological approaches and their assumptions.
  • ISAD 291 - 1 İŞARET DİLİ II

    Instructor:CANAN TÜRKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:09:30-12:20
    Description:Türk işaret dilinde (TİD) ilgi alanlarına ve ihtiyaçlara ilişkin basit sözcükler, soru ve ifadeleri işaret dilinde aktarma ve karşı tarafı anlama; günlük konuşmalar, metinlerdeki bilgi, duygu ve düşünceleri, sözel dil ile TİD’e çevirme, bir olayın nerede ve nasıl olduğunu TİD kurallarına göre kavrayabilme, işaret dilinde tercüme yapabilme; işaret dilinde, el-dudak hareketlerini ve mimiklerle ifade edebilme becerilerini geliştirme.
  • ISP 459 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT SUN
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-22:00
    Description:
  • ISP 557 - 1 INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL PROGRAMS

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

    Instructor:FABIO SALOMONI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 201 - 2 ITALIAN I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:FABIO SALOMONI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 201 - 3 ITALIAN I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:BRUNO LONGO
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 201 - 4 ITALIAN I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:FABIO SALOMONI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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:FABIO SALOMONI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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.
  • ITAL 202 - 2 ITALIAN II : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:BRUNO LONGO
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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.
  • ITAL 301 - 1 ITALIAN III: INTERMEDIATE

    Instructor:BRUNO LONGO
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:ITAL. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Continuation of ITAL 202, designed to widen and deepen language skills in the target language and awareness of cultural differences in order to enable students to carry out communicative tasks related to matters regularly encountered in their life. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: level A2.
  • KOLT 101 - 1 ACADEMIC SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:MUSTAFA KAYA
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Understanding studentship and academic life; self-regulation, individual planning and self-evaluation, avoiding procrastination; analyzing effective study methods and techniques, reading an academic texts, effective note-taking; preparing for an exam; learning as a process without borders; understanding the role of research and environment in learning.
  • KOLT 101 - 2 ACADEMIC SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:MUSTAFA KAYA
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Understanding studentship and academic life; self-regulation, individual planning and self-evaluation, avoiding procrastination; analyzing effective study methods and techniques, reading an academic texts, effective note-taking; preparing for an exam; learning as a process without borders; understanding the role of research and environment in learning.
  • LANG 290 - 1 SIGN LANGUAGE I

    Instructor:CANAN TÜRKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 290 - 2 SIGN LANGUAGE I

    Instructor:CANAN TÜRKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 551 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN LANGUAGE

    Instructor:ADRIAN SAUNDERS
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:18:00-19:45
    Description:
  • LATN 401 - 1 BASIC LATIN

    Instructor:ADRIAN SAUNDERS
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Introduction to the basic grammar of the Latin language. Pronunciation systems. The active and passive verb systems. Indicative and subjunctive moods. Nouns of all five declensions. Adjectives and adverbs. Participles. Basic constructions, including direct and indirect speech. Concentration on building basic prose reading vocabulary. Students to read simplified prose texts based on Petronius and Apuleius to increase fluency and to build background cultural knowledge.
  • LATN 501 - 1 BASIC LATIN

    Instructor:ADRIAN SAUNDERS
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Introduction to the basic grammar of the Latin language. Pronunciation systems. The active and passive verb systems. Indicative and subjunctive moods. Nouns of all five declensions. Adjectives and adverbs. Participles. Basic constructions, including direct and indirect speech. Concentration on building basic prose reading vocabulary. Students to read simplified prose texts based on Petronius and Apuleius to increase fluency and to build background cultural knowledge.
  • LAW 103 - 1 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I

    Instructor:SAADET YÜKSEL
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-11:15
    Description:Types of constitutions; meanings of constitutions; constituting power and constitutional amendment; method and interpretation in constitutional law; enactment and judicial review of public acts (laws; decrees having the force of laws; parliamentary resolutions; regulations and by-laws); popular sovereignty and national sovereignty; mandates; unitary and federal states; regionalization; presidential and parliamentary government; semi-presidentialism.
  • LAW 105 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL LAW

    Instructor:IŞIK ÖNAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Basic principles of civil Law. Laws regulating real persons and legal persons such as societies and foundations, protection of personality.
  • LAW 111 - 1 ROMAN LAW

    Instructor:YİĞİT SAYIN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:A brief introduction to the political structure of the Roman Empire; basics of Roman Law, its history and sources, along with Corpus Iuris Civilis. The influence of this legal branch on contemporary legal systems will be examined through comparative Law methods, and the foundation of current day Law of obligations and property in Roman Law.
  • LAW 201 - 1 CRIMINAL LAW I

    Instructor:NUR CENTEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Historical development of criminal Laws. Basic principles of criminal Law. Crime; material and moral elements of crime, the role of the intention; felonies and misdemeanors. Enforcement.
  • LAW 201 - 2 CRIMINAL LAW I

    Instructor:NUR CENTEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Historical development of criminal Laws. Basic principles of criminal Law. Crime; material and moral elements of crime, the role of the intention; felonies and misdemeanors. Enforcement.
  • LAW 201 - 3 CRIMINAL LAW I

    Instructor:RIFAT ÖNOK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Historical development of criminal Laws. Basic principles of criminal Law. Crime; material and moral elements of crime, the role of the intention; felonies and misdemeanors. Enforcement.
  • LAW 205 - 1 LAW OF OBLIGATIONS I

    Instructor:YASİN KARAŞAHİN
    Meeting Days:MON*
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 105 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Different types of obligations and applicable general principles to them. Freedom of contract. The role of the free will, immorality. Fulfillment of obligations. Representation. Effect of obligations to third parties. Basic principles regulating contractual relations.
  • LAW 205 - 2 LAW OF OBLIGATIONS I

    Instructor:YASİN KARAŞAHİN
    Meeting Days:WED*
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 105 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Different types of obligations and applicable general principles to them. Freedom of contract. The role of the free will, immorality. Fulfillment of obligations. Representation. Effect of obligations to third parties. Basic principles regulating contractual relations.
  • LAW 207 - 1 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW I

    Instructor:BURAK ODER
    Meeting Days:TUES WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 103 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Sources of administrative Law. Turkish administrative system; autonomous administrative organizations. The function of the `administration?. Administrative acts; public property, expropriation. Public personnel. The role of the State in business life.
  • LAW 207 - 2 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW I

    Instructor:BURAK ODER
    Meeting Days:TUES WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:LAW. 103 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Sources of administrative Law. Turkish administrative system; autonomous administrative organizations. The function of the `administration?. Administrative acts; public property, expropriation. Public personnel. The role of the State in business life.
  • LAW 221 - 1 INTERNATIONAL LAW I

    Instructor:ZEYNEP ELİBOL
    Meeting Days:MON THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 104 or consent of the instructor
    Description:The nature and basic characteristics of international law, sources of international law, the relationship between national and international law, the law of treaties, subjects/actors of international law, statehood and recognition, jurisdiction and sovereignty, state immunity, the individual and international law, minorities and the right to self-determination.
  • LAW 301 - 1 LAW OF PROPERTY I

    Instructor:CUMHUR ÖZAKMAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:LAW. 105 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Detailed acquirements about the concept of possession, ownership of movable property, pledges, liens, pledges of debts and land registry.
  • LAW 303 - 1 LAW OF CIVIL PROCEDURE I

    Instructor:NEVHİS YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(LAW. 206 and LAW. 205) or consent of the instructor
    Description:The court structure; commencing civil actions in state courts; general principles of civil procedure; court system; status of judges.
  • LAW 305 - 1 COMMERCIAL LAW I

    Instructor:EMEK TORAMAN ÇOLGAR
    Meeting Days:WED*
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 205 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Basic institutions. Commercial enterprises and rules regulating them. Laws applicable to merchants. Negotiable instruments and recent developments.
  • LAW 305 - 2 COMMERCIAL LAW I

    Instructor:EMEK TORAMAN ÇOLGAR
    Meeting Days:MON*
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 205 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Basic institutions. Commercial enterprises and rules regulating them. Laws applicable to merchants. Negotiable instruments and recent developments.
  • LAW 316 - 1 AIR LAW

    Instructor:AYŞEGÜL BUĞRA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Air Law from private Law aspect. General introduction to air Law; review of international organizations, inter- natioal conventions as well as national regulations in this field. Examination of concept and nationality of aircraft, operation of an aircraft and non-contractual liability arising therefrom. Carriage of passengers and cargo by air. Insurance aspects and aviation security.
  • LAW 325 - 1 COMPETITION LAW

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AYATA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Basics of the competition law, critical legal and economic analysis. Main substantive laws within the context of `The Act on Protection of Competition No 4054?. Examination of the relevant statutory and case law framework, an introduction to US and EC antitrust laws. Specific categories of business practices such as privatization, franchising, and patents.The provisions on unfair competition of the Turkish Commercial Code.
  • LAW 391 - 1 SELECTED TOPIC IN LAW

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AYATA
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • LAW 403 - 1 PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW I

    Instructor:ZEYNEP TARMAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:LAW. 304 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Rules relating to acquisition and loss of nationality in general and under the Turkish Nationality Act; general knowledge of immigration Law, including subjects as the entrance, residence, and working in Turkey. Conflict of Laws.
  • LAW 407 - 1 LAW OF INHERITANCE

    Instructor:İLKAY ENGİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(LAW. 105 and LAW. 205) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Turkish system of inheritance. Statutory successors, reserved portion. Wills and agreements of inheritance. Form of testamentary dispositions. Determination of heirs, refusal of estate, official liquidation. Partition of the estate.
  • LAW 409 - 1 LAW OF ENFORCEMENT AND INSOLVENCY I

    Instructor:NEVHİS YILDIRIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:(LAW. 303 and LAW. 304) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Execution of court orders, its procedure and characteristics; precautionary measures; attachment.
  • LAW 411 - 1 ADMIRALTY

    Instructor:AYŞEGÜL BUĞRA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:General introduction with historical background; sources of Turkish admiralty law; ship ownership and mortgage; damaged caused by ships; precautionary measures; marine transport. Selected topics.
  • LAW 422 - 1 INTERNATIONAL TAX LAW

    Instructor:BİLLUR YALTI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:General principles of taxation applied to individuals and companies conducting cross-border transactions; the income tax aspects of (1) foreign income earned by Turkish resident taxpayers, and (2) domestic income earned by non-resident foreign taxpayers; the double taxation problem arising from such transactions which are normally taxable under the domestic rules of both state of residence and the state of source; international tax disputes arising from the application of tax treaties and procedures established under tax treaties for the solution of such disputes.
  • LAW 425 - 1 LAW OF TAXATION

    Instructor:BİLLUR YALTI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:(LAW. 210 and LAW. 306) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Constitutional principles of taxation, tax procedure, tax crimes and tax disputes. Income and corporate taxation and value added tax.
  • LAW 425 - 2 LAW OF TAXATION

    Instructor:BİLLUR YALTI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:(LAW. 210 and LAW. 306) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Constitutional principles of taxation, tax procedure, tax crimes and tax disputes. Income and corporate taxation and value added tax.
  • LAW 429 - 1 INTELLECTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY LAW

    Instructor:MEHMET KALAFATOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Author's rights; patent Law; trade · mark Law. References to further Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights pertaining to particular conduct, situations or subject matters. Main international conventions and organisations, the impact of the European Union on the intellectual and industrial property legislation of Turkey.
  • LAW 430 - 1 INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION LAW

    Instructor:MEHMET KALAFATOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Basic structure of international commercial arbitration Law by reference to the arbitration rules such as ICC, DIS, LCIA and Unidroit Arbitration Rules and to different national Laws. Types and Forms of Arbitration, the Procedural Framework and Sources, Arbitration Agreements, Arbitrability and Public Policy, Establishment and Jurisdiction of the Arbitral Tribunal, Powers and Duties of Arbitrators, Conduct of Arbitral Proceedings, Challenge and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards.
  • LAW 433 - 1 LABOR LAW I

    Instructor:TANKUT CENTEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 205
    Description:Historical background of Labor Law; the individual employment contract; rights and obligations of the parties; organization of work and working time; remuneration; paid vacations and annual leave with pay; termination of employment contract; job security; collective dismissal; severance pay.
  • LAW 433 - 2 LABOR LAW I

    Instructor:TANKUT CENTEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:LAW. 205
    Description:Historical background of Labor Law; the individual employment contract; rights and obligations of the parties; organization of work and working time; remuneration; paid vacations and annual leave with pay; termination of employment contract; job security; collective dismissal; severance pay.
  • LAW 435 - 1 GAME THEORY AND STRATEGY

    Instructor:LEVENT KOÇKESEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:Must be a Jr or Sr, ECON. 100,101,201
    Description:Analysis of strategic interactions that commonly arise in economic, business, political, and judicial arenas. A systematic introduction to game theory and some of its applications, such as market competition, technological races, auctions, party competition for votes, and bargaining.
  • LAW 454 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN LAW

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AYATA
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • LAW 501 - 1 COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW: RIGHTS, INSTITUTIONS AND JUDICIAL REVIEW

    Instructor:BERTİL ODER
    Meeting Days:FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Comparative constitutional study of constitutional endurance, constitution-making, and constitutional designs and redesigns; constitutional identities; Turkey, continental law countries, European Union (EU), the United States, Latin American experiences and other global case-studies of adopting a comparative institutional analysis approach; rise of comparative constitutional review (abstract and concrete review as well as individual applications) and judicialization; constitutional interpretation with respect to transnational approaches; constitutional leadership, deparlamentarization and presidential power; major case-law and common standards as to institutional choices, judicial policies, equal protection and non-discrimination, gender and citizenship, constitutional rights and freedoms.
  • LAW 504 - 1 INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN CONTRACT LAW

    Instructor:CUMHUR ÖZAKMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:An introduction to international and European private law; similarities and discrepancies between civil law and common law traditions; contract law from an international and European perspective. UNIDROIT Principles; United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG); Principles of European Contract Law (PECL); Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR). Comparison of different solutions for selected problems of contract law, envisaged by relevant international and European legal instruments and selected national legal systems.
  • LAW 505 - 1 DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISMS IN INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LAW

    Instructor:ZEYNEP TARMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:International jurisdiction of the Turkish courts in private matters having cross-border implications. Any means of settling disputes outside the courtroom; most common methods of ADR: arbitration and mediation. Legal aspects of arbitration and mediation by a comparative approach; rules & regulations regarding ADR methods in EU and Turkey. The recent Turkish legislation on Mediation and its pecularities as well as the other ADR methods introduced with the recent amendments to the Turkish Lawyers Code, Turkish Code of Civil Procedure and Turkish Criminal Code. Systematic and comparative study on the prerequisites, effectiveness and enforcement of exclusive jurisdiction and arbitration agreements in international dispute resolution. Recognition and enforcement of foreign court decisions and foreign arbitral awards in Turkey.
  • LAW 508 - 1 WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (WTO) LAW AND TRADE

    Instructor:AMRITA BAHRİ
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Overview of the main principles of the legal agreements of the World Trade Organization (WTO); the structure of the WTO, agreements, and dispute settlement processes; the key economic and legal concepts underpinning the WTO, including comparative advantage, national treatment, and most favoured nation status; specific trade topics, including intellectual property, services, antidumping, safeguards, subsidies, sanitary and phytosanitary measures and free trade agreements.
  • LAW 514 - 1 PRIVATIZATION LAW

    Instructor:BURAK ODER
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Definition of privatization; differentiation of privatization from similar and related conceptualizations such as liberalization; application of private law in public services) relationship of privatization with public service, concessions and monopolies; differentiation of legal approach for privatization from economic approach; juridification of economic considerations; privatization of public service; legal priorities for privatization of pure economic-commercial activities; relationship of privatization with public-private partnership and differing privatization from public-private partnership; development of privatzation law in Turkey and interaction of legislation, executive and judiciary in development process of privatization; methods of privatization in Turkey; selected case studies of privatization experiences.
  • LAW 534 - 1 GROUP OF COMPANIES LAW

    Instructor:SITKI ALTAY
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Concept of group of companies, control, control mechanisms, mutual participation, mis-use of control, squeeze-out, liability of confidence.
  • LAW 552 - 1 ST LAW: INVESTMENT TREATY LAW AND ARBITRATION

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-20:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • LAW 601 - 1 JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION OF FUNDEMANTAL RIGHTS

    Instructor:BERTİL ODER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Influence of interpretive scholarship in the field of fundamental rights; Savigny’s methodology; reflections of Alexy’s, Dworkin’s and Müller’s scholarships in the case law and their critics; horizontal effects of fundamental rights (“the third effect”); limits of limitations with specific emphasis on the principle of proportionality, the essence of fundamental rights, weighing and balancing, and explicit core guarantees; inherent limits; limitation of civic and political rights; limits of social and economic rights; examining comparative constitutional and international case law on fundamental rights from perspective of interpretive techniques.
  • LAW 608 - 1 ADVANCED RESEARCH METHODS

    Instructor:BERTİL ODER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Research methods from perspective of legal disciplines and interdisciplinary approach; drafting techniques for PhD thesis; case notes; composing essays and citation methods; methodological problems in law.
  • LAW 690 - 1 PHD SEMINAR COURSE

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Seminars where faculty, outside speakers and Ph.D. students present their academic research.
  • LITR 109 - 1 LITERATURE AND CULTURE I

    Instructor:ÖZEN DOLCEROCCA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Introduction to literary and critical study from a comparatist perspective regarding ancient literature and culture, and literary genres of myth, tragedy, epic and romance. Study of selected texts on ancient Greek myth and tragedy, Mesopotamian literature and Roman literature.
  • LITR 201 - 1 TRANSLATING LITERATURES AND CULTURES

    Instructor:MELİZ ERGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Introduction to theories of literary translation and the historical interchange of language and culture.
  • LITR 210 - 1 LITERATURE AND CULTURE II

    Instructor:SOOYONG KIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:LITR. 209 or 109 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Survey of medieval and early modern literature and culture. Study of texts from different traditions with primary focus on European literature.
  • LITR 303 - 1 OTTOMAN LITERATURE

    Instructor:SOOYONG KIM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:LITR. 111 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Survey of major literary forms, genres, and themes in Ottoman literature, from the 15th to the early 20th century. This course is taught in English, but the texts are in Turkish.
  • LITR 316 - 1 MODERN ENGLISH LITERATURE

    Instructor:GEORGIA AXIOTOU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:LITR. 216 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Survey of major writers, movements, and themes in English literature from the Age of Enlightenment to the 20th century. Critically-informed close readings of texts that place works within their social, historical, and cultural contexts.
  • LITR 322 - 1 STUDIES IN TRANSLATION

    Instructor:NAZMİ AĞIL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Provides theoretical background as well as practical experience in translation.
  • LITR 441 - 1 TOPICS IN EUROPEAN LITERATURE

    Instructor:MELİZ ERGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Survey of the significant themes, movements, and major figures in European literature placed within their social, historical, and cultural contexts. Students with language proficiency are strongly encouraged to read at least one of the texts in the original language.
  • MASE 503 - 1 ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS

    Instructor:BURAK ERMAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Classical thermodynamics: enthalpy, entropy, free energies, equilibria; introduction to statistical thermodynamics to describe the properties of materials; kinetic processes; diffusion of mass, heat, energy; fundamentals of rate processes in materials, kinetics of transformations.
  • MASE 510 - 1 SYNTHETIC POLYMER CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:İSKENDER YILGÖR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Nomenclature, tacticity, molecular weight, physical state: amorphous/crystalline, properties & applications: elastomers, fibers, plastics; Synthesis of polymers: step growth polymerization, chain growth polymerization; Special materials: supramolecular structures, liquid crystalline materials.
  • MASE 518 - 1 PHYSICAL METHODS OF MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION

    Instructor:UĞUR ÜNAL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:This advanced course will help students to understand fundamental methods used for materials characterization. Students will learn principles and applications of detectors and amplifiers, optical spectroscopy, electron and scanning probe microscopy, X-ray diffraction, fluorescence and spectroscopic methods, surface analysis techniques. Students will be able to use the knowledge in the broad area of materials research. By the end of the course, the students will be able to choose appropriate methods for characterizing each specific type of materials and to treat and analyze the data obtained by such techniques.
  • MASE 520 - 1 COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

    Instructor:ERSİN YURTSEVER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Quantum mechanical description of the molecular structure; exact solution of simple systems, approximate solutions to molecular problems; variational solutions, molecular orbital theory, Hückel approximation, self-consistent-field theory, semiempirical and ab-initio methods, and electron correlation. Properties such as interaction potential functions, electrostatic potential maps and population analysis will be analyzed using MOPAC, GAUSSIAN 94 and MOLCAD.
  • MASE 542 - 1 BIOMATERIALS

    Instructor:FUNDA YAĞCI ACAR
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Materials for biomedical applications; synthetic polymers, metals and composite materials as biomaterials; biopolymers, dendrimers, hydrogels, polyelectrolytes, drug delivery systems, implants, tissue grafts, dental materials, ophthalmic materials, surgical materials, imaging materials.
  • MASE 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

    Instructor:SARP KAYA
    Meeting Days:
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  • MASE 570 - 1 MICRO AND NANOFABRICATION

    Instructor:ERDEM ALACA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:MECH. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Fabrication and characterization techniques for micro and nano electro mechanical systems, MEMS & NEMS (including: microlithography; wet & dry etching techniques; physical & chemical vapor deposition processes; electroplating; bonding; focused ion beams; top-down approaches - electron-beam lithography, SPM, soft lithography - ; bottom-up techniques based on self-assembly). Semiconductor nanotechnology. Nanotubes & nanowires. Biological systems. Molecular electronics.
  • MASE 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:UĞUR ÜNAL
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A series of lectures given by faculty or outside speakers. Participating students must also make presentations during the semester.
  • MATH 101 - 1 FINITE MATHEMATICS

    Instructor:MEHMET SARIDERELI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Linear algebra and matrix theory; mathematics of finance; counting and the fundamentals of probability theory; game theory.
  • MATH 101 - 2 FINITE MATHEMATICS

    Instructor:HAYDAR GÖRAL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Linear algebra and matrix theory; mathematics of finance; counting and the fundamentals of probability theory; game theory.
  • MATH 101 - 3 FINITE MATHEMATICS

    Instructor:HAYDAR GÖRAL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Linear algebra and matrix theory; mathematics of finance; counting and the fundamentals of probability theory; game theory.
  • MATH 101 - 4 FINITE MATHEMATICS

    Instructor:DOĞAN BİLGE
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Linear algebra and matrix theory; mathematics of finance; counting and the fundamentals of probability theory; game theory.
  • MATH 101 - 5 FINITE MATHEMATICS

    Instructor:DOĞAN BİLGE
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Linear algebra and matrix theory; mathematics of finance; counting and the fundamentals of probability theory; game theory.
  • MATH 102 - 1 CALCULUS

    Instructor:ALTAN ERDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 102 - 2 CALCULUS

    Instructor:ALTAN ERDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 103 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT MATHEMATICS

    Instructor:KAZIM BÜYÜKBODUK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Sets; logic and implications; proof techniques with examples; mathematical induction and well-ordering; equivalence relations; functions; cardinality; countable and uncountable sets.
  • MATH 106 - 1 CALCULUS I

    Instructor:KONSTANTINOS TYROS
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 106 - 2 CALCULUS I

    Instructor:KONSTANTINOS TYROS
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 106 - 3 CALCULUS I

    Instructor:EMRE ALKAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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 106 - 4 CALCULUS I

    Instructor:AYBERK ZEYTİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 106 - 5 CALCULUS I

    Instructor:AYBERK ZEYTİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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:SELDA KÜÇÜKÇİFÇİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Vectors; matrices and systems of linear equations; vector spaces; linear maps; orthogonality; algebra of complex numbers; eigenvalue problems.
  • MATH 107 - 2 INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA

    Instructor:SELDA KÜÇÜKÇİFÇİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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.
  • MATH 201 - 2 STATISTICS

    Instructor:MEHMET SARIDERELI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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.
  • MATH 201 - 3 STATISTICS

    Instructor:MEHMET SARIDERELI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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.
  • MATH 202 - 1 STATISTICS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Instructor:MİNE ÇAĞLAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:A course in basic concepts and tools of statistics for students who will study social and Behavioral sciences. Topics to be covered are representation of quantitative information in social sciences, forms of numerical data, creating and interpreting graphical and tabular summaries of data, descriptive statistics, estimation of population parameters, confidence intervals, basic hypothesis testing, t-statistics, chi-squared tests and analysis of variance.
  • MATH 203 - 1 MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS

    Instructor:ATTİLA AŞKAR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Functions of several variables; partial differentiation; directional derivatives; exact differentials; multiple integrals and their applications; vector analysis; line and surface integrals; Green?s, Divergence and Stoke?s theorems.
  • MATH 203 - 2 MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS

    Instructor:ATTİLA AŞKAR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MATH. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Functions of several variables; partial differentiation; directional derivatives; exact differentials; multiple integrals and their applications; vector analysis; line and surface integrals; Green?s, Divergence and Stoke?s theorems.
  • MATH 204 - 1 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

    Instructor:VARGA KALANTAROV
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MATH. 107 or consent of the instructor
    Description:First order differential equations. Second order linear equations. Series solutions of ODE?s. The Laplace transform and applications. Systems of first order linear equations. Nonlinear equations and systems:existence, uniqueness and stability of solutions. Fourier series and partial differential equations.
  • MATH 204 - 2 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

    Instructor:ALİ MOSTAFAZADEH
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 107 or consent of the instructor
    Description:First order differential equations. Second order linear equations. Series solutions of ODE?s. The Laplace transform and applications. Systems of first order linear equations. Nonlinear equations and systems:existence, uniqueness and stability of solutions. Fourier series and partial differential equations.
  • MATH 204 - 3 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

    Instructor:ALİ MOSTAFAZADEH
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 107 or consent of the instructor
    Description:First order differential equations. Second order linear equations. Series solutions of ODE?s. The Laplace transform and applications. Systems of first order linear equations. Nonlinear equations and systems:existence, uniqueness and stability of solutions. Fourier series and partial differential equations.
  • MATH 204 - 4 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

    Instructor:DOĞAN BİLGE
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 107 or consent of the instructor
    Description:First order differential equations. Second order linear equations. Series solutions of ODE?s. The Laplace transform and applications. Systems of first order linear equations. Nonlinear equations and systems:existence, uniqueness and stability of solutions. Fourier series and partial differential equations.
  • MATH 205 - 1 ALGEBRA I

    Instructor:EMRE ALKAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 103 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Natural numbers; modular arithmetic; introduction to groups; cyclic and permutation groups; homomorphisms and isomorphisms; normal; factor, simple and free groups; introduction to rings, integral domains, and fields; factor rings and ideals; extension fields; outline of Galois theory.
  • MATH 211 - 1 STATISTICS FOR SCIENCES

    Instructor:ATİLLA YILMAZ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MATH. 106 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Descriptive statistics; Probability; Random variables; Special distributions; Estimation; Hypothesis testing; Normal distribution; Two-Sample Inference; Regression.
  • MATH 301 - 1 REAL ANALYSIS I

    Instructor:MİNE ÇAĞLAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MATH. 208 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Metric spaces and their topology; continuity, compactness and connectedness in a metric space; completion of a metric space; differentiation and Riemann integration; sequences and series of functions; uniform convergence; Ascoli-Arzela theorem; Stone-Weierstrass theorem; Banach fixed-point theorem and its applications.
  • MATH 303 - 1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS

    Instructor:VARGA KALANTAROV
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:MATH. 204 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of vector calculus; Fourier series and Fourier transform; Calculus of functions of a complex variable.
  • MATH 450 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MATHEMATICS I

    Instructor:KAZIM BÜYÜKBODUK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Detailed examination of current topics in Mathematics.
  • MATH 503 - 1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS I

    Instructor:FETHİ MÜBİN RAMAZANOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Linear algebra: Vector and inner product spaces, linear operators, eigenvalue problems; Vector calculus: Review of differential and integral calculus, divergence and Stokes' theorems. Ordinary differential equations: Linear equations, Sturm-Liouville theory and orthogonal functions, system of linear equations; Methods of mathematics for science and engineering students.
  • MATH 504 - 1 NUMERICAL METHODS I

    Instructor:EMRE MENGİ
    Meeting Days:MON*
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:A graduate level introduction to matrix-based computing. Stable and efficient algorithms for linear equations, least squares and eigenvalue problems. Both direct and iterative methods are considered and MATLAB is used as a computing environment.
  • MATH 513 - 1 COMMUTATIVE ALGEBRA

    Instructor:SİNAN ÜNVER
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Rings and ideals, modules, direct and inverse limits, flatness, localization, Noether normalization, integrality, primary decomposition, Hilbert functions, completion, disrete valuation rings, Dedekind rings, dimension
  • MATH 521 - 1 ALGEBRA I

    Instructor:SİNAN ÜNVER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Free groups, group actions, group with operators, Sylow theorems, Jordan-Hölder theorem, nilpotent and solvable groups. Polynomial and power series rings, Gauss?s lemma, PID and UFD, localization and local rings, chain conditions, Jacobson radical.
  • MATH 531 - 1 REAL ANALYSIS I

    Instructor:ATİLLA YILMAZ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Lebesgue measure and Lebesgue integration on Rn, general measure and integration, decomposition of measures, Radon-Nikodym theorem, extension of measures, Fubini's theorem.
  • MATH 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

    Instructor:KAZIM BÜYÜKBODUK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:
  • MATH 554 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ALGEBRA AND TOPOLOGY

    Instructor:KAZIM BÜYÜKBODUK
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • MATH 559 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN COMBINATORICS

    Instructor:EMİNE YAZICI
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • MATH 590 - 1 GRADUATE SEMINAR

    Instructor:SELDA KÜÇÜKÇİFÇİ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • MAVA 102 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS

    Instructor:AMIR HETSRONI
    Meeting Days:TUES WED
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-18:45
    Description:Introductory overview of contemporary mass media systems and an examination of the various factors -historical, economic, political, and cultural- that have shaped their development. Components of culture industries such as the Internet, radio, television, cinema, newspapers and journalism, advertising, and public relations. Investigation of theories and research related to media effects.
  • MAVA 102 - 2 INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Introductory overview of contemporary mass media systems and an examination of the various factors -historical, economic, political, and cultural- that have shaped their development. Components of culture industries such as the Internet, radio, television, cinema, newspapers and journalism, advertising, and public relations. Investigation of theories and research related to media effects.
  • MAVA 104 - 1 BASIC DESIGN

    Instructor:ASIM YANTAÇ
    Meeting Days:TUES*
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Foundations of visual language. Introduction to the principles and elements of design. Control of line, shape, space, texture, color, composition and sequence to convey a message. Strategic exercises to channel design to an interdisciplinary level. Studio practice, theory, critique, exhibition.
  • MAVA 104 - 2 BASIC DESIGN

    Instructor:AYKUT COŞKUN
    Meeting Days:TUES*
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Foundations of visual language. Introduction to the principles and elements of design. Control of line, shape, space, texture, color, composition and sequence to convey a message. Strategic exercises to channel design to an interdisciplinary level. Studio practice, theory, critique, exhibition.
  • MAVA 121 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ART AND VISUAL CULTURE

    Instructor:NİNA ERGİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Broad introduction to the study of visual expression in different world cultures and time periods. Case studies about specific works of art are used to instruct students about the different ways that art historical theory can be applied to the analysis of a work of art/architecture. Research and academic writing skills are a key component.
  • MAVA 130 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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.
  • MAVA 130 - 2 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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.
  • MAVA 130 - 3 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)

    Instructor:BARIŞ BOZKURT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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.
  • MAVA 205 - 1 CREATIVE THINKING IN DESIGN

    Instructor:OĞUZHAN ÖZCAN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Prerequisite:MAVA. 104 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to visual communication design in an interactive media environment: visualizing a catchword, visualizing actions referring to interface design, making a visual design by creating clever remark between object and a concept, creating interest on a point using non-textual visual metaphors, visualizing the relation between linear and non-linear structures.
  • MAVA 205 - 2 CREATIVE THINKING IN DESIGN

    Instructor:ASIM YANTAÇ
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Prerequisite:MAVA. 104 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to visual communication design in an interactive media environment: visualizing a catchword, visualizing actions referring to interface design, making a visual design by creating clever remark between object and a concept, creating interest on a point using non-textual visual metaphors, visualizing the relation between linear and non-linear structures.
  • MAVA 206 - 1 WRITING FOR MEDIA

    Instructor:ELA BAŞAK ATAKAN
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Intensive writing practice for a variety of media formats. Different conventions of writing for print media, radio, and television. Class structure, assignments, and timed writing exercises are designed to simulate a working media environment.
  • MAVA 207 - 1 VISUAL DESIGN

    Instructor:ÇAĞLA TURGUL
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Graphic design and image editing skills through the use of creative software. Use of design principles and techniques as well as visual and graphic design software.
  • MAVA 207 - 2 VISUAL DESIGN

    Instructor:ÇAĞLA TURGUL
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Graphic design and image editing skills through the use of creative software. Use of design principles and techniques as well as visual and graphic design software.
  • MAVA 208 - 1 VIDEO BASICS

    Instructor:DİDEM PEKÜN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    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 208 - 2 VIDEO BASICS

    Instructor:DİDEM PEKÜN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    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:LALEPER AYTEK
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    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 210 - 2 PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS

    Instructor:LALEPER AYTEK
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    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 213 - 1 FILM ANALYSIS

    Instructor:ELA BAŞAK ATAKAN
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-14:15
    Description:Introduction to film and its three pillars: storytelling, mise-en-scene, and cinematography. Full analysis of new texts, such as shot, scene or sequence.
  • MAVA 220 - 1 INTERACTIVE WEB DESIGN

    Instructor:EMRE KÜTÜKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Study of techniques and technologies on designing presentations for the Internet. Creating interactive web content. Designing web graphics and animations.
  • MAVA 301 - 1 MARKETING RESEARCH

    Instructor:İDİL YAVEROĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:(MKTG. 201 and MATH. 201) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Role of marketing research in the firm and the research process. In-depth examination and application of the research process which includes formulation of research problems, research designs, sampling issues, data collection, and analysis.
  • MAVA 307 - 1 MEDIA RESEARCH METHODS

    Instructor:AMIR HETSRONI
    Meeting Days:TUES*
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:A basic introduction to research methods in media and communications including surveys, experiments, and content analysis. Review of literature, identification of basic concepts, problems, responsibilities, and research ethics; procedures and basic techniques of data analysis. Television ratings, public opinion polls, and other methods for measuring audience feedback.
  • MAVA 311 - 1 FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION

    Instructor:ALİ VATANSEVER
    Meeting Days:WED*
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    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 320 - 1 DESIGN HISTORY

    Instructor:AYKUT COŞKUN
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:A survey on the significant developments and movements in the history of modern design from the late 19th century to the present day. Examination of the relationship between design and social, technological, commercial and aesthetical contexts. Analysis of a collection of designed ‘objects’ from design related disciplines including architecture, interior design, graphic design and product design in terms of design history.
  • MAVA 324 - 1 CINEMATOGRAPHY AND EDITING

    Instructor:ALİ VATANSEVER
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Prerequisite:(MAVA. 311 and MAVA. 213) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Hands-on experience in camera use, lighting, working with crews, composition, video and audio editing. Practical knowledge of techniques of non-linear editing, live action video, special effects, and camera movements and cinematic points of view.
  • MAVA 327 - 1 TYPOGRAPHY

    Instructor:ÇAĞLA TURGUL
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Prerequisite:(MAVA. 104 and MAVA. 207) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Presentation of typographic structures, methodology and terminology. Introduction to the language of type as a tool of visual presentation. Strong working and applied knowledge of typography as an element of graphic design.
  • MAVA 331 - 1 WORLD CINEMA

    Instructor:İPEK AZİME ÇELİK RAPPAS
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:An introductory examination of the achievements of internationally renowned directors, important film movements and national film cultures. Interdisciplinary study and reflection on contributions made to political, cultural and aesthetic debates.
  • MAVA 332 - 1 SCRIPT WRITING

    Instructor:ELA BAŞAK ATAKAN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MAVA. 206 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Intensive study of screenplay writing for feature length films, short films, television programs. Screenplay structure and screenwriting, including a workshop of student pitches, treatments, screenplays and synopses.
  • MAVA 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MAVA

    Instructor:ZEYNEP ALKAN KÖK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:
  • MAVA 402 - 1 MARKETING STRATEGY

    Instructor:NÜKHET HARMANCIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Application of strategic marketing planning frameworks to analysis of marketing problems, dynamic study of marketing strategy with a market customer and competitor perspective. In depth examination of strategies for building new brands as well as extending and defending the equity in established brands.
  • MAVA 402 - 2 MARKETING STRATEGY

    Instructor:NÜKHET HARMANCIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Application of strategic marketing planning frameworks to analysis of marketing problems, dynamic study of marketing strategy with a market customer and competitor perspective. In depth examination of strategies for building new brands as well as extending and defending the equity in established brands.
  • MAVA 406 - 1 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATİON AND INFORMATION

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Examination of the sociology of the communicator, audience, content, effects, flow and diffusion research, and communication as a social process. The role of communication and information technology, relations between economics, technology, power, & culture.
  • MAVA 406 - 2 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATİON AND INFORMATION

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Examination of the sociology of the communicator, audience, content, effects, flow and diffusion research, and communication as a social process. The role of communication and information technology, relations between economics, technology, power, & culture.
  • MAVA 416 - 1 Children’s Books

    Instructor:ILGIM VERYERİ ALACA
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:An introduction to picturebook design and research. Evaluating the educational, cultural, social and economic impact of children's books and interactive electronic storybooks. Overview of projects in relation to language development. Understanding how picturebooks work. Analysis of multilingual, multicultural, experimental, creative, postmodern books.
  • MAVA 418 - 1 MEDIA PLANNING

    Instructor:YAVUZ ÖZÇELİK
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:The study of the role of strategic media planning in the overall context of marketing and advertising decisions. Audience research and processes related to selection, evaluation, and planning of all major advertising media. Analysis of various decisions and problems that arise in the media planning process.
  • MAVA 432 - 1 ILLUSTRATION

    Instructor:ILGIM VERYERİ ALACA
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Contemporary issues in relation to drawing and illustration: creation of an image, sequential visual narrative, content. Utilizing drawing, printmaking, metaphor and visual thinking. Production via digital and traditional media.
  • MAVA 444 - 1 MEDIA AND VISUAL ARTS PROJECT

    Instructor:OĞUZHAN ÖZCAN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Student projects focusing on conceptualization, planning and execution of a production cycle in a medium that student chooses to work on (e.g. television, video, documentary, web, animation, video gaming, advertising). Delivery and presentation of an output (e.g. video, artwork, interactive work, installation, performance, script).
  • MAVA 444 - 2 MEDIA AND VISUAL ARTS PROJECT

    Instructor:LALEPER AYTEK
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Student projects focusing on conceptualization, planning and execution of a production cycle in a medium that student chooses to work on (e.g. television, video, documentary, web, animation, video gaming, advertising). Delivery and presentation of an output (e.g. video, artwork, interactive work, installation, performance, script).
  • MAVA 444 - 3 MEDIA AND VISUAL ARTS PROJECT

    Instructor:LEMİ BARUH
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Student projects focusing on conceptualization, planning and execution of a production cycle in a medium that student chooses to work on (e.g. television, video, documentary, web, animation, video gaming, advertising). Delivery and presentation of an output (e.g. video, artwork, interactive work, installation, performance, script).
  • MAVA 446 - 1 GRADUATION PROJECT

    Instructor:OĞUZHAN ÖZCAN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:MAVA 444
    Description:Student projects focusing on the whole development process and documentation of the production cycle of a medium that student chooses to work on (e.g. television, video, documentary, web, interactive interface, animation, video gaming, advertising, visual arts, social media, corporate identity). Documentation (e.g. statement, report, thesis, paper) of the project as the main outcome in addition to the project presentation.
  • MAVA 446 - 2 GRADUATION PROJECT

    Instructor:LALEPER AYTEK
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:MAVA 444
    Description:Student projects focusing on the whole development process and documentation of the production cycle of a medium that student chooses to work on (e.g. television, video, documentary, web, interactive interface, animation, video gaming, advertising, visual arts, social media, corporate identity). Documentation (e.g. statement, report, thesis, paper) of the project as the main outcome in addition to the project presentation.
  • MAVA 446 - 3 GRADUATION PROJECT

    Instructor:LEMİ BARUH
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:MAVA 444
    Description:Student projects focusing on the whole development process and documentation of the production cycle of a medium that student chooses to work on (e.g. television, video, documentary, web, interactive interface, animation, video gaming, advertising, visual arts, social media, corporate identity). Documentation (e.g. statement, report, thesis, paper) of the project as the main outcome in addition to the project presentation.
  • MBGE 101 - 1 GENERAL BIOLOGY I

    Instructor:GÜLAYŞE DUNN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Introduction to cellular and molecular biology: the chemical properties of life, basic cell structure and function, metabolism, regulation of gene expression, heredity, mechanisms of evolution and the evaluation of different scientific methodologies and approaches during laboratory sessions.
  • MBGE 110 - 1 CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

    Instructor:NATHAN LACK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 101 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Introduction to macromolecules and to key topics of cellular and molecular biology; the emphasis will be on DNA replication, gene transcription, small RNA mediated gene regulation, RNA processing, proteins translation, protein trafficking, mutagenesis, cell division and apoptosis.
  • MBGE 200 - 1 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY

    Instructor:İBRAHİM BARIŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Principles of biochemistry; molecular and cell biology. General introduction to cell structure and function. Genetics, bioenergetics, anatomy and physiology; introduction to biotechnology.
  • MBGE 200 - 2 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY

    Instructor:İBRAHİM BARIŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Principles of biochemistry; molecular and cell biology. General introduction to cell structure and function. Genetics, bioenergetics, anatomy and physiology; introduction to biotechnology.
  • MBGE 203 - 1 SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

    Instructor:GÜLAYŞE DUNN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Introduction to systems-level biology: plant form and function, animal physiology, including the circulatory, endocrine, reproductive, immune and nervous systems, physiology of the neuron, osmoregulation and excretion.
  • MBGE 300 - 1 BIOCHEMISTRY I

    Instructor:HALİL KAVAKLI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Protein characterization, enzyme kinetics, basic metabolic pathways, membrane structure and function, biochemistry of energy and signal transduction, replication and expressions of genes.
  • MBGE 301 - 1 GENETICS I

    Instructor:CORY DUNN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 204 or consent of the instructor
    Description:General topics in genetics, including phage and bacterial genetics, the molecular mechanisms of meiosis, complementation tests, recombination frequency and linkage, and sex determination. This course will also explore genetic approaches to characterizing proteins and pathways.
  • MBGE 405 - 1 POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL GENE REGULATION

    Instructor:FUNDA ŞAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:The key areas of RNA biology, structure and function; splicing, polyadenylation, transport, translation and decay of mRNAs; the regulatory mechanisms governed by noncoding RNAs such as siRNAs, miRNAs and long noncoding RNAs.
  • MBGE 432 - 1 STEM CELL BIOLOGY

    Instructor:TAMER ÖNDER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Stem cell biology at the intersection of developmental/cell biology and medicine; overview of stem cell biology in the context of embryonic development, tissue maintenance and cancer. Embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cells, reprogramming and differentiation, stem cells in adult tissues and cancer, therapeutic applications of stem cells. Advanced molecular and cellular techniques to study, generate and manipulate stem cells.
  • MBGE 434 - 1 FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS

    Instructor:NATHAN LACK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Advanced theoretical and applied methods in modern genomic research; classical and novel approaches used to solve problems in functional genomics and system biology; modern sequencing techniques and their utilization in biomedical research.
  • MBGE 505 - 1 POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL GENE REGULATION

    Instructor:FUNDA ŞAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:The key areas of RNA biology, structure and function; splicing, polyadenylation, transport, translation and decay of mRNAs; the regulatory mechanisms governed by noncoding RNAs such as siRNAs, miRNAs and long noncoding RNAs.
  • MBGE 518 - 1 ADVANCED DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:The journey of a fertilized egg to turn into a fully developed adult, the molecular mechanisms that regulate the animal development in two vertebrate (mouse, fish) and two invertebrate (fly, worm) models; body plan formation, organogenesis, morphogenesis, regeneration and ageing.
  • MBGE 532 - 1 STEM CELL BIOLOGY

    Instructor:TAMER ÖNDER
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Stem cell biology at the intersection of developmental/cell biology and medicine; overview of stem cell biology in the context of embryonic development, tissue maintenance and cancer. Embryonic and induced pluripotent stem cells, reprogramming and differentiation, stem cells in adult tissues and cancer, therapeutic applications of stem cells. Advanced molecular and cellular techniques to study, generate and manipulate stem cells.
  • MBGE 534 - 1 FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS

    Instructor:NATHAN LACK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MBGE. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Advanced theoretical and applied methods in modern genomic research; classical and novel approaches used to solve problems in functional genomics and system biology; modern sequencing techniques and their utilization in biomedical research.
  • MBGE 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GENETICS

    Instructor:CORY DUNN
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Detailed literature-based course to investigate nuclear receptor signaling in disease. Advanced molecular biology techniques to investigate nuclear receptor signaling. Nuclear receptor pharmacology.
  • MBGE 550 - 2 SELECTED TOPICS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GENETICS

    Instructor:GÜLAYŞE DUNN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Detailed literature-based course to investigate nuclear receptor signaling in disease. Advanced molecular biology techniques to investigate nuclear receptor signaling. Nuclear receptor pharmacology.
  • MBGE 550 - 3 SELECTED TOPICS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GENETICS

    Instructor:NATHAN LACK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Detailed literature-based course to investigate nuclear receptor signaling in disease. Advanced molecular biology techniques to investigate nuclear receptor signaling. Nuclear receptor pharmacology.
  • MBGE 590 - 1 GRADUATE SEMINAR

    Instructor:NURHAN ÖZLÜ
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-18:30
    Description:
  • MECH 201 - 1 STATICS AND MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

    Instructor:MURAT SÖZER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(PHYS. 101 and MATH. 106) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Statics: force, moment, equilibrium of rigid bodies, moment of inertia of areas, structural analysis of trusses, frames and machines, internal forces and moments. Mechanics of materials: normal and shear stresses and strains, mechanical properties of materials, axial load, torsion, bending, transverse shear, combined loadings, transformation of stresses, principal stresses and Mohr's circle, and beam deflection.
  • MECH 203 - 1 INTRO TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN

    Instructor:İSMAİL LAZOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Formulation of the mechanical engineering design process. Spatial representation, visual thinking and graphical presentation. Conceptual product design. Use of Computer Aided Design tools. Design exercises.
  • MECH 301 - 1 FLUID MECHANICS

    Instructor:METİN MURADOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 204 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Characteristics of fluids, fluid statics, Bernoulli equation, fluid kinematics, boundary layers, viscous flows and turbulence.
  • MECH 303 - 1 MACHINE DESIGN

    Instructor:ERDEM ALACA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:MECH. 201
    Description:Basic concepts to analyze and design different machine components. Design of assemblies to meet certain requirements.
  • MECH 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:MELİS ŞEREFOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MECH 401 - 1 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB

    Instructor:İPEK BAŞDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:(MECH. 201 and MECH. 206 and MECH. 301 and MECH. 302 and MECH. 304) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Basic instrumentation and measurement techniques for mechanical engineering systems. Experimentation with thermal systems and machines to demonstrate thermodynamics, fluid, heat transfer, dynamics and control concepts. Data acquisition, analysis, and presentation techniques.
  • MECH 409 - 1 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

    Instructor:MELİS ŞEREFOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MECH 202 and 203 and 204 and 306
    Description:Material and manufacturing process selection in automotive engineering, product design and development, quality control and testing methods, general introduction to other fields of automotive engineering.
  • MECH 411 - 1 THEORY OF VIBRATION

    Instructor:İPEK BAŞDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Prerequisite:(MATH. 203 and MATH. 204) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Teaches deterministic vibratory motion of mechanical systems. Includes free, forced-harmonic, forced-periodic, and forced-transient vibration of single-degree-of-freedom, multiple-degree-of-freedom, and continuous systems. It also gives an introduction to the Finite Element Method.
  • MECH 421 - 1 ADVANCED FLUID DYNAMICS

    Instructor:METİN MURADOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:(MATH. 204 and MECH. 301) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Foundations of fluid mechanics introduced at an advanced level. Aspects of kinetic theory as it applies to formulation of continuum fluid dynamics. Introduction to tensor analysis and derivation of Navier Stokes equations and energy equation for compressible fluids. Boundary conditions and surface phenomena. Viscous flows, boundary layer theory, potential flows and vorticity dynamics. Introduction to turbulence and turbulent flows.
  • MECH 428 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

    Instructor:ARİF KARABEYOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:The primary objective of this course is to teach the basic principles of Aerospace Engineering. A brief introduction to the major areas of the field including aerodynamics, flight dynamics, guidance & control, structures and propulsion will be made. Methodologies, including basic mathematical implementations, for designing aerospace systems will be discussed. During this course, students will gain insight into the fundamental issues of the field along with the present progress made on these problem areas. A general understanding for the failure of aerospace systems will also be developed through example cases.
  • MECH 443 - 1 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMATION

    Instructor:İSMAİL LAZOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Product realization systems from Computer Aided Design (CAD) to Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Manufacturing Automation. Modern sensors in manufacturing. Computer control of manufacturing systems. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine tools. Machining processes. Rapid prototyping. Fundementals of industrial robotics.
  • MECH 462 - 1 MICRO AND NANOFABRICATION

    Instructor:ERDEM ALACA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:MECH. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Fabrication and characterization techniques for micro and nano electro mechanical systems, MEMS & NEMS (including: microlithography; wet & dry etching techniques; physical & chemical vapor deposition processes; electroplating; bonding; focused ion beams; top-down approaches - electron-beam lithography, SPM, soft lithography - ; bottom-up techniques based on self-assembly). Semiconductor nanotechnology. Nanotubes & nanowires. Biological systems. Molecular electronics.
  • MECH 466 - 1 BIOMIMETICS

    Instructor:KEREM PEKKAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS*
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Understanding and imitating the basic principles and techniques used by nature in designing and manufacturing of materials, machines and mechanisms. A wide spectrum of case studies will be explored: The organization and functioning of proteins, molecular machines, smart minipumps, soft electroactive membrane actuators and sensors, gels, Ph activated systems, polymeric muscles and robotic actuation.
  • MECH 491 - 1 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN I

    Instructor:ARİF KARABEYOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:(MECH. 203 and MECH. 303) or consent of the instructor
    Description:A capstone design course where students apply engineering and science knowledge in a mechanical engineering design project. Development, design, implementation and management of a project in teams under realistic constraints and conditions. Emphasis on communication, teamwork and presentation skills.
  • MECH 509 - 1 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES IN AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING

    Instructor:MELİS ŞEREFOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Material and manufacturing process selection in automotive engineering, product design and development, quality control and testing methods, general introduction to other fields of automotive engineering.
  • MECH 511 - 1 THEORY OF VIBRATION

    Instructor:İPEK BAŞDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Teaches deterministic vibratory motion of mechanical systems. Includes free, forced-harmonic, forced-periodic, and forced-transient vibration of single-degree-of-freedom, multiple-degree-of-freedom, and continuous systems. It also gives an introduction to the Finite Element Method.
  • MECH 521 - 1 ADVANCED FLUID DYNAMICS

    Instructor:METİN MURADOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Foundations of fluid mechanics introduced at an advanced level. Aspects of kinetic theory as it applies to formulation of continuum fluid dynamics. Introduction to tensor analysis and derivation of Navier Stokes equations and energy equation for compressible fluids. Boundary conditions and surface phenomena. Viscous flows, boundary layer theory, potential flows and vorticity dynamics. Introduction to turbulence and turbulent flows.
  • MECH 543 - 1 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMATION

    Instructor:İSMAİL LAZOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Product realization systems from Computer Aided Design (CAD) to Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Manufacturing Automation. Modern sensors in manufacturing. Computer control of manufacturing systems. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine tools. Machining processes. Rapid prototyping. Fundementals of industrial robotics.
  • MECH 550 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

    Instructor:İPEK BAŞDOĞAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MECH 562 - 1 MICRO AND NANOFABRICATION

    Instructor:ERDEM ALACA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:MECH. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Fabrication and characterization techniques for micro and nano electro mechanical systems, MEMS & NEMS (including: microlithography; wet & dry etching techniques; physical & chemical vapor deposition processes; electroplating; bonding; focused ion beams; top-down approaches - electron-beam lithography, SPM, soft lithography - ; bottom-up techniques based on self-assembly). Semiconductor nanotechnology. Nanotubes & nanowires. Biological systems. Molecular electronics.
  • MECH 566 - 1 BIOMIMETICS

    Instructor:KEREM PEKKAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS*
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Understanding and imitating the basic principles and techniques used by nature in designing and manufacturing of materials, machines and mechanisms. A wide spectrum of case studies will be explored: The organization and functioning of proteins, molecular machines, smart minipumps, soft electroactive membrane actuators and sensors, gels, Ph activated systems, polymeric muscles and robotic actuation.
  • MECH 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:ERDEM ALACA
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • MFIN 202 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:UĞUR ÇELİKYURT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:ECON. 100 and ACCT. 201 and CPAP 100 or CPAP 101 or CPAP 150 or comp 100
    Description:The time value of money; discounted cash flow analysis; valuing financial assets; capital budgeting; risk and return; cost of capital; corporate financing decisions; and capital structure.
  • MFIN 202 - 2 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:UĞUR ÇELİKYURT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 100 and ACCT. 201 and CPAP 100 or CPAP 101 or CPAP 150 or comp 100
    Description:The time value of money; discounted cash flow analysis; valuing financial assets; capital budgeting; risk and return; cost of capital; corporate financing decisions; and capital structure.
  • MFIN 202 - 3 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:UĞUR ÇELİKYURT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 100 and ACCT. 201 and CPAP 100 or CPAP 101 or CPAP 150 or comp 100
    Description:The time value of money; discounted cash flow analysis; valuing financial assets; capital budgeting; risk and return; cost of capital; corporate financing decisions; and capital structure.
  • MFIN 301 - 1 CORPORATE FINANCE

    Instructor:ZEKİYE SELVİLİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MFIN. 202
    Description:Analysis of special corporate finance topics including dividend policy, capital structure, leasing, option valuation, risk management, mergers, and acquisitions.
  • MFIN 301 - 2 CORPORATE FINANCE

    Instructor:ZEKİYE SELVİLİ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MFIN. 202
    Description:Analysis of special corporate finance topics including dividend policy, capital structure, leasing, option valuation, risk management, mergers, and acquisitions.
  • MFIN 403 - 1 FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS

    Instructor:UMUT GÖKÇEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-18:45
    Prerequisite:MFIN. 202
    Description:Structure of financial markets and financial intermediaries; interest rates and security valuation; central banking system and monetary policy; securities markets including money, capital, foreign exchange, and derivatives markets; commercial banking and other depository institutions; institutional investors, including investment banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, and pension funds; introduction to financial risk management.
  • MFIN 501 - 1 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I

    Instructor:CÜNEYT DEMİRGÜREŞ
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    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.
  • MFIN 502 - 1 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT II

    Instructor:CÜNEYT DEMİRGÜREŞ
    Meeting Days:FRI*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:The valuation framework developed in MFIN 501, applied to a series of major corporate financial and asset management decisions: Issuance of corporate securities, corporate financing decisions, dividend policy, capital structure, and corporate risk management.
  • MFIN 552 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:AHMET ERELÇİN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 553 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:ERDA GERÇEK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 554 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:RECEP BİLDİK
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:17:30-20:15
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 555 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:ERDA GERÇEK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MFIN 662 - 1 INVESTMENTS

    Instructor:HAN ÖZSÖYLEV
    Meeting Days:FRI
    Meeting Start-End:13:30-16:30
    Description:A rigorous introduction to the modern theories of portfolio choice and asset pricing. Individuals' investment decisions under uncertainty. Cross-sectional properties of asset returns implied by equilibrium asset pricing models (including CAPM, consumption-based asset pricing, factor models, etc.). Time series properties of asset returns (predictability, volatility, correlations with other variables, etc.).
  • MFIN 801 - 1 ETHICS IN FINANCE

    Instructor:ONURSAL YAZAR
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Widely accepted ?Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct? developed by the CFA Institute. Case studies including well-known finance scandals that markets have been witnessing for decades. Ethical responsibilities of investment professionals and application of ethical codes and standards.
  • MFIN 802 - 1 SEMINAR SERIES ABOUT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

    Instructor:OKAN BÖKE
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Asset and liability management with a focus on the financial institutions? balance sheets. Analysis of financial risks in the context of financial crisis. The risks on the balance sheets and how to hedge these risks if they are worth hedging. Effects of political and economic developments on financial markets. Behavior of central banks and their importance.
  • MFIN 809 - 1 FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS I

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Statistical and Econometric tools used in financial research and decision making. Topics covered include probability theory, random variables, mathematical expectations, distributions of random variables, distributions used in financial research, sampling, sampling distributions, hypothesis testing, estimation theory, and simple linear and multiple linear regression models. Emphasis is placed on the application of statistical and econometric techniques to problems in financial economics.
  • MFIN 813 - 1 CORPORATE FINANCE

    Instructor:HAN ÖZSÖYLEV
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:An introduction to the fundamental financial issues of the corporation. Topics covered include basic concepts of debt and equity sources of financing and valuation; capital budgeting methods; cash flow forecasting and risk analysis; and the cost of capital. The course introduces a rigorous analysis of firm's capital structure and dividend policies, and supplements this with an overview of the real-world considerations, constraints and risks facing managers.
  • MFIN 815 - 1 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:UMUT GÖKÇEN
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:An analysis of capital markets and financial instruments. Topics include fundamental principles and theories of financial asset pricing, asset valuation, risk measurement, risk-return tradeoff, and portfolio design, as well as an introduction to the main financial markets, their organization and functional characteristics.
  • MFIN 901 - 1 MANAGERIAL FINANCE I

    Instructor:CÜNEYT DEMİRGÜREŞ
    Meeting Days:
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    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.
  • MGBT 590 - 1 SEMINAR IN BUSINESS THEORY

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:A series of presentations by faculty, outside speakers and students.
  • MGEC 330 - 1 INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION

    Instructor:MURAT USMAN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:ECON. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Firm behavior in imperfectly competitive markets. How firms acquire and maintain market power. Welfare consequences of market power. Strategic interactions among firms, and the role of government competition policy. Basic theoretical models of industrial economics: Bertrand and Cournot competition, collusion, advertising, innovation, and international trade.
  • MGEC 333 - 1 GAME THEORY AND STRATEGY

    Instructor:LEVENT KOÇKESEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:ECON. 100 or Econ 110 or ECON. 201
    Description:Analysis of strategic interactions that commonly arise in economic, business, political, and judicial arenas. A systematic introduction to game theory and some of its applications, such as market competition, technological races, auctions, party competition for votes, and bargaining.
  • MGEC 430 - 1 EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS

    Instructor:SEDA ERTAÇ
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-14:15
    Description:The use of laboratory and field experiments as a data collection method for understanding economic decisions and testing economic theories; how to design a good and valid economics experiment, the methodology of experimental design. The topics that will be studied theoretically and experimentally in the course include decision-making under risk and uncertainty, decision-making over time and related psychological phenomena/biases, market experiments, bargaining experiments, social preferences, fairness and altruism, incentive schemes and motivation, gender and economic decisions.
  • MGEC 504 - 1 GLOBAL ECONOMICS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:The analysis of growth, inflation, balance of payments, and foreign exchange. Understanding the fundamentals of monetary and fiscal policy. The key differences between the main schools of economic thought, including classical and Keynesian schools. Globalization and the main institutions of the global economy. The role of emerging economies, including Turkey, in the post Great Recession economic order.
  • MGEC 552 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ECONOMICS

    Instructor:MELİKE MERMERCİOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MGEC 559 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN ECONOMICS

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • 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.
  • MGEC 902 - 1 MACROECONOMICS

    Instructor:MURAT UÇER
    Meeting Days:SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Focuses on understanding the broader macroeconomic and global environment in which managers make their decisions. Basic national income accounting, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation, determination of exchange rates and international aspects of macroeconomics.
  • MGIS 301 - 1 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    Instructor:MEHMET ALBAYRAKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100 OR CPAP 150 or 100 or 101
    Description:Basic concepts of information technology, building information systems for problem solving; implications of information management for competitiveness; future directions in information systems.
  • MGIS 301 - 2 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    Instructor:MEHMET ALBAYRAKOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100 OR CPAP 150 or 100 or 101
    Description:Basic concepts of information technology, building information systems for problem solving; implications of information management for competitiveness; future directions in information systems.
  • MGIS 551 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    Instructor:GÖKÇE BEZMEZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MGMT 210 - 1 CHANGE MAKING IN ACTION

    Instructor:EVRİM CABBAROĞLU
    Meeting Days:SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-17:30
    Description:
  • MGMT 360 - 1 SOCIAL ENTERPRENEURSHIP

    Instructor:AYŞE YALÇIN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:History of social entrepreneurship. New developments and approaches in the social entrepreneurship field. Theories of Social Entrepreneurship. Examples of various social enterprises around the world. Challenges and opportunities facing social entrepreneurs. Social entrepreneurship in Turkey.
  • MGMT 411 - 1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND NEW VENTURE DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:MAHMUT ÖZDEMİR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:In this course, the students learn how new business are created and developed. The course consists of three modules. In the first module, the students learn how to create new business ideas, evaluate the extent to which their business ideas are true opportunities, form effective entrepreneurial teams and craft partnership agreements. In the second module, the students learn how to formulate business strategies, marketing strategies, and business models of new ventures. Finally, the third module will help students develop their financial plan and learn basics of entrepreneurial finance including valuation and term sheet negotiation. This course offers learning benefits to students who are willing to form a no-tech, low-tech, or high-tech firm, work for young entrepreneurial firms, or pursue a career as a risk capitalist such as a venture capitalist or an angel investor.
  • MGMT 411 - 2 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND NEW VENTURE DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:MAHMUT ÖZDEMİR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:In this course, the students learn how new business are created and developed. The course consists of three modules. In the first module, the students learn how to create new business ideas, evaluate the extent to which their business ideas are true opportunities, form effective entrepreneurial teams and craft partnership agreements. In the second module, the students learn how to formulate business strategies, marketing strategies, and business models of new ventures. Finally, the third module will help students develop their financial plan and learn basics of entrepreneurial finance including valuation and term sheet negotiation. This course offers learning benefits to students who are willing to form a no-tech, low-tech, or high-tech firm, work for young entrepreneurial firms, or pursue a career as a risk capitalist such as a venture capitalist or an angel investor.
  • MGMT 432 - 1 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

    Instructor:ZEYNEP GÜRHAN CANLI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Responsibility of corporations including economic, social, environmental and ethical aspects. Effect of corporate responsibility on reputation and business outcomes from a stakeholder (e.g., consumers, employees, investors, etc.) perspective. Inclusive business models and shared value approach for sustainable business results.
  • MGMT 500 - 1 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Leadership and Management Development Program (LMDP) is an extra-curricular program aiming to develop the managerial competencies of students. LMDP consists of integrative learning experiences outside of the traditional classroom setting. The main tracks of the Leadership and Management Development Program are: developing managerial Skills, developing communication skills, career planning, career sessions, guest speaker series. Students are required to participate in a minimum number of activities to be able to get an S grade. In addition to the mandatory activities, students can choose from among a set of workshops and guest speakers in order to fulfill the requirements.
  • MGMT 502 - 1 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Human behavior and interpersonal relations as they occur in organizational context, particularly work teams.
  • MGMT 506 - 2 BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGY IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT

    Instructor:MICHAEL ÇALIKUŞU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:Management problems from the perspective of the entire enterprise in a domestic and international setting; strategy formulation, environmental analysis and strategy implementation applied to actual companies. Course relies heavily on cases and on presentations to business leaders.
  • MGMT 511 - 1 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN A GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Introduction to the concept of Strategy and Strategic Management, industry analysis: External environment of the firm, resources and capabilities of the firm, key success factors in competitive advantage, corporate strategy, global strategies and the multinational corporation, management of the multi-business corporation, current trends in strategic management.
  • MGMT 516 - 1 SOCIAL ENTERPRENEURSHIP

    Instructor:AYŞE YALÇIN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:45
    Description:New developments and approaches in the social entrepreneurship field. The situations, resources and business structures used by social entrepreneurs. The mechanics, tensions, and realities of starting and/or managing a social enterprise. Theories of Social Entrepreneurship. Examples ofvarious social enterprises around the world. The emergence of “social intrapreneurism” and thepotential for scaling social and environmental solutions profitably throughout the business sector
  • MGMT 551 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:OZAN BAYÜLGEN
    Meeting Days:FRI SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MGMT 552 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:GÜLİN YÜCEL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Topics will be announced when offered.
  • MGMT 901 - 1 BUSINESS ETHICS

    Instructor:CHARILAOS PLATANAKIS
    Meeting Days:SAT
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:Analysis, based on the main normative theories, of the function of (i) the individual within the business environment and (ii) the business organizations and economic institutions within a society with an eye to issues of distributive justice and capitalism. Problems (iii) in the relations of business organizations and their consumers or their environment, as well as (iv) in the relations between the constituent and the necessary parts of a business organization.
  • MGMT 907 - 1 MANAGING PEOPLE IN ORGANIZATION

    Instructor:JORG DIETZ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-18:00
    Description:
  • MGMT 909 - 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF CONTRACT LAW & INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW

    Instructor:ZEYNEP TARMAN
    Meeting Days:SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Fundamentals of Turkish contract law especially Vienna Sales Convention (CISG) and Unidroit Principles. Private international law, i.e. questions on jurisdiction, applicable law and recognition and enforcement of foreign decisions. Basic structure of international commercial arbitration law by reference to the arbitration rules such as ICC and Unidroit Arbitration Rules. INCOterms, payment methods.
  • MGMT 962 - 1 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

    Instructor:CB BHATTACHARYA
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:The course deals with the range of corporate governance issues that have so occupied financial circles and stakeholders in the recent past: the monitoring and strategy roles of boards of directors; the role of independent directors; the rights of shareholders; the special role of institutional investors; corporate governance in Turkey in the light of corporate governance developments in the United States, Europe and elsewhere; governance scandals which have driven demands for change. Emphasis is placed on corporate governance issues in Turkey. The course on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) considers the broad dimensions of CSR: from labour issues to human rights to environmental concerns, and from corporate philanthropy to corporate governance to ethical business practices such as avoiding misleading advertising and avoiding corrupt business payments. Emphasis is placed on the business case for CSR, especially from the perspective of companies operating in Turkey, and on strategies for implementing CSR within business operations.
  • 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)
  • MIND 600 - 3 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 - 4 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)
  • MKTG 201 - 1 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:UMUT GÜLER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100 OR CPAP 150 or 100 or 101
    Description:Understanding marketing and the marketing environment. Examines marketing strategies, segmentation, targeting, positioning, consumer and organizational buyer behavior, and marketing information. Emphasis on planning components of a marketing mix: product, price, place / distribution, promotion / communication.
  • MKTG 201 - 2 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:UMUT GÜLER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100 OR CPAP 150 or 100 or 101
    Description:Understanding marketing and the marketing environment. Examines marketing strategies, segmentation, targeting, positioning, consumer and organizational buyer behavior, and marketing information. Emphasis on planning components of a marketing mix: product, price, place / distribution, promotion / communication.
  • MKTG 201 - 3 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:UMUT GÜLER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100 OR CPAP 150 or 100 or 101
    Description:Understanding marketing and the marketing environment. Examines marketing strategies, segmentation, targeting, positioning, consumer and organizational buyer behavior, and marketing information. Emphasis on planning components of a marketing mix: product, price, place / distribution, promotion / communication.
  • MKTG 201 - 4 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:İDİL YAVEROĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100 OR CPAP 150 or 100 or 101
    Description:Understanding marketing and the marketing environment. Examines marketing strategies, segmentation, targeting, positioning, consumer and organizational buyer behavior, and marketing information. Emphasis on planning components of a marketing mix: product, price, place / distribution, promotion / communication.
  • MKTG 201 - 5 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:İDİL YAVEROĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:CPAP 100 OR CPAP 150 or 100 or 101
    Description:Understanding marketing and the marketing environment. Examines marketing strategies, segmentation, targeting, positioning, consumer and organizational buyer behavior, and marketing information. Emphasis on planning components of a marketing mix: product, price, place / distribution, promotion / communication.
  • MKTG 301 - 1 MARKETING RESEARCH

    Instructor:İDİL YAVEROĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201 and MATH. 201
    Description:Role of marketing research in the firm and the research process. In-depth examination and application of the research process which includes formulation of research problems, research designs, sampling issues, data collection, and analysis.
  • MKTG 302 - 1 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:BALER BİLGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Reviews major theories and empirical findings on consumer behavior; relates them to design and execution of effective marketing strategy. Individual decision making and consumer learning; external influences such as culture, social class, reference groups, family, and situational variables.
  • MKTG 302 - 2 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:BALER BİLGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Reviews major theories and empirical findings on consumer behavior; relates them to design and execution of effective marketing strategy. Individual decision making and consumer learning; external influences such as culture, social class, reference groups, family, and situational variables.
  • MKTG 302 - 3 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:BALER BİLGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Reviews major theories and empirical findings on consumer behavior; relates them to design and execution of effective marketing strategy. Individual decision making and consumer learning; external influences such as culture, social class, reference groups, family, and situational variables.
  • MKTG 402 - 1 MARKETING STRATEGY

    Instructor:NÜKHET HARMANCIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201
    Description:Application of strategic marketing planning frameworks to analysis of marketing problems, dynamic study of marketing strategy with a market customer and competitor perspective. In depth examination of strategies for building new brands as well as extending and defending the equity in established brands.
  • MKTG 402 - 2 MARKETING STRATEGY

    Instructor:NÜKHET HARMANCIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201
    Description:Application of strategic marketing planning frameworks to analysis of marketing problems, dynamic study of marketing strategy with a market customer and competitor perspective. In depth examination of strategies for building new brands as well as extending and defending the equity in established brands.
  • MKTG 432 - 1 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILTY

    Instructor:ZEYNEP GÜRHAN CANLI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Responsibility of corporations including economic, social, environmental and ethical aspects. Effect of corporate responsibility on reputation and business outcomes from a stakeholder (e.g., consumers, employees, investors, etc.) perspective. Inclusive business models and shared value approach for sustainable business results.
  • MKTG 501 - 1 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Marketing management in modern organizations; knowledge and application of key strategic frameworks to customer analysis, environment, competition, and organizational strengths and weaknesses. Creative selection of target markets and planning the components of the marketing mix. The role and use of information in marketing planning, determinants of and the nature of buying behavior. The complexity of developing and managing the marketing process in a multinational arena.
  • MKTG 661 - 1 BEHAVIORAL SEMINAR IN MARKETING I

    Instructor:ZEYNEP GÜRHAN CANLI
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-11:15
    Description:This is a doctoral seminar course focusing on consumer behavior. The objective of this course is to provide an overview of research in consumer behavior, particularly in the areas of consumer information processing, memory, attitudes, affect, and motivation. The goal of this course is not only to introduce a body of literature but also to give a strong foundation in critical thinking in the behavioral area and to help students develop their own research interests.
  • MSKL 202 - 1 MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Anatomy, histology, embryology, physiology and biochemical features of musculoskeletal system, basic anatomical terms, structure and connections of bones and joints, neural networks, histology of bones, muscle, nerves and skin, radiologic and clinical correlations of these structures, physiology of receptors and their connections to the spinal cord, types of muscle, physiology of fatigue and pain, metabolism of amino acids, lipids and lipoproteins, dissection of face, neck and extremities, inspection of models and interactive software.
  • MSKL 303 - 1 MUSCULOSKELETAL DISEASES

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of musculoskeletal diseases: Mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation and treatment. Topics include normal bone metabolism, developmental abnormalities of bone tissue, infectious diseases of bone and joint, degenerative joint disease, tumors of bone, cartilage and soft tissue, rheumatologic diseases, basic patterns in dermatologic diseases, skin tumors.
  • MSKL 503 - 1 DISEASES OF MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

    Instructor:SALİH MARANGOZ
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. The students will have theoretical and practical training in the emergency departments, outpatient clinics, operating rooms and inpatient sections of the hospital dedicated to Orthopedics, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Rheumatology, Hand Surgery, Spine, Radiology and Algology. The program will include basic science topics related to clinical medicine; lectures, seminars, panels, clinical presentations, examination of laboratory tests, evaluation of pathologic findings and diagnostic imaging studies and related topics. The topics will cover musculoskeletal traumas, degenerative and metabolic diseases, developmental abnormalities of musculoskeletal system, sports medicine, infectious diseases of bone and joints, tumors of bones, cartilage and soft tissues, rheumatologic diseases, and pain management in musculoskeletal system.
  • MSKL 503 - 2 DISEASES OF MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

    Instructor:ÖZDEN ÖZYEMİŞÇİ TAŞKIRAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. The students will have theoretical and practical training in the emergency departments, outpatient clinics, operating rooms and inpatient sections of the hospital dedicated to Orthopedics, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Rheumatology, Hand Surgery, Spine, Radiology and Algology. The program will include basic science topics related to clinical medicine; lectures, seminars, panels, clinical presentations, examination of laboratory tests, evaluation of pathologic findings and diagnostic imaging studies and related topics. The topics will cover musculoskeletal traumas, degenerative and metabolic diseases, developmental abnormalities of musculoskeletal system, sports medicine, infectious diseases of bone and joints, tumors of bones, cartilage and soft tissues, rheumatologic diseases, and pain management in musculoskeletal system.
  • MUSC 200 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC

    Instructor:ORHAN TEKELİOĞLU
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:A listener’s introduction to musical styles of the Renaissance, high baroque, Viennese classical, romantic, and contemporary periods; guided analytic listening to selected works of important composers. No previous musical background required.
  • NEOP 302 - 1 NEOPLASIA, IMMUNITY, HEMATOLOGY

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Introduction to neoplasia and immunology. Topics include basic morphologic and biological properties of benign and malignant tumors, molecular basis of carcinogenesis, normal immune response, and mechanism of immunologic reactions, hypersensitivity, autoimmune disorders and immunodeficiencies. This course also includes development of hematopoietic tissues and the diseases affecting white blood cells, diseases of red cells, the anemias and bleeding disorders.
  • NEUR 507 - 1 BASIC NEUROSCIENCE

    Instructor:YASEMİN GÜRSOY ÖZDEMİR
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:15:00-18:00
    Description:Aim of this course is to introduce the basic subjects of neurobiology, including cellular and morphological details, molecular biology and electrophysiology as well as functional anatomy of the central and the peripheral nervous system. Neurotransmitters, neuromediators and interneuronal interactions will be discussed. There will be introduction lectures on the mechanisms of neurological and psychiatric diseases.
  • NEUR 610 - 1 ANIMAL MODELS IN NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH

    Instructor:MEHMET KAYA
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:15:00-17:00
    Description:The use of animal models provides significant information in the understanding of the physiology and pathophysiology of nervous system diseases and disorders in humans. The purpose of this course is to understand the depth of knowledge regarding the methodological principles and concepts in animal models. This course will give students an introduction to basic physiological, anatomical and histological characteristics of laboratory animals. On completion of this course, the students will be familiar with the animal models best suited to study human nervous system disease and disorders.
  • NRVD 308 - 1 MENTAL AND NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of mental and neurological diseases: Mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation and treatment. Topics include, diseases (neuropathies) and tumors of the peripheral nerves, diseases (myopathies) and tumors of the skeletal muscle, diseases and tumors of the eye, neurodevelopmental disorders, brain and spinal cord trauma, cerebrovascular diseases, central nervous system infections, demyelinating diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, dysgenetic syndromes, tumors of the central nervous system, epilepsy, pathophysiology of pain, cognitive functions, disorders of altered consciousness, signs and symptoms in psychiatry, common psychiatric disorders in adults and children, reaction to illness in child, family and physician.
  • NRVS 207 - 1 BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
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    Description:Anatomy and histology of central and peripheral nervous system and special sensory organs, functional anatomy of cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, brain stem, spinal cord, ascending and descending pathways, histology of nerve tissue, eyes, photoreceptors and ears, development of the nervous system and its abnormalities, correlation of morphology with imaging modalities, neurophysiological and biophysical mechanisms of nerve functions, generation and conduction of nerve impulses, reflexes, behavioral, cognitive and emotional patterns and their psychological correlations.
  • NRVS 504 - 1 DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM AND PSYCHIATRY

    Instructor:HALE YAPICI ESER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to diseases of the nervous system and psychiatric disorders. Review of physiology, pathology and pharmacology as related to nervous system. Principles of diagnosis and treatment of common psychiatric and nervous diseases. Infections, trauma, vascular, degenerative diseases and tumors of the nervous system. Management of adult and pediatric patients in the emergency setting, outpatient and inpatient clinics and intensive care units. Surgical approaches to the nervous system diseases. The students will participate in the proceedings of the Departments of Adult and Pediatric Neurology, Adult and Pediatric Psychiatry, Neurosurgery, Emergency Departments, Critical Care, Algology etc. The program will include lectures, panels, symposia, clinical presentations, laboratory, pathologic and imaging demonstrations etc.
  • NRVS 504 - 2 DISEASES OF NERVOUS SYSTEM AND PSYCHIATRY

    Instructor:HALE YAPICI ESER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to diseases of the nervous system and psychiatric disorders. Review of physiology, pathology and pharmacology as related to nervous system. Principles of diagnosis and treatment of common psychiatric and nervous diseases. Infections, trauma, vascular, degenerative diseases and tumors of the nervous system. Management of adult and pediatric patients in the emergency setting, outpatient and inpatient clinics and intensive care units. Surgical approaches to the nervous system diseases. The students will participate in the proceedings of the Departments of Adult and Pediatric Neurology, Adult and Pediatric Psychiatry, Neurosurgery, Emergency Departments, Critical Care, Algology etc. The program will include lectures, panels, symposia, clinical presentations, laboratory, pathologic and imaging demonstrations etc.
  • NUTI 205 - 1 NUTRITION, DIGESTION AND METABOLISM

    Instructor:SERÇİN KARAHÜSEYİNOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Anatomy and histology of the alimentary tract and related organs, embryology of alimentary tract and its disorders, physiology of secretion, digestion, absorption and elimination, morphology and functions of salivary glands, liver, pancreas, bile formation, biochemical features of digestion and absorption, absorption of water, electrolytes, carbohydrates and lipids, structure and functions of vitamins, regulatory mechanisms in the body, total energy balance, physiologic changes in states of stress and exercise, regulation of body heat, application of basic knowledge into clinical conditions.
  • OBGY 404 - 1 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

    Instructor:BARIŞ ATA
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Women's health, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, assisted reproduction, pregnancy, labor and delivery, normal and abnormal pregnancies, diseases of the genital organs, sexually transmitted diseases, gynecologic oncology, diagnosis and treatment of gynecologic diseases.
  • 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)
  • OBGY 600 - 3 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 - 4 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)
  • OEPE 501 - 1 PHOTONICS AND LASERS

    Instructor:ALPER KİRAZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:(ELEC. 206 or PHYS. 302) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of electromagnetism; geometrical optics, analysis of optical systems; wave properties of light, Gaussian beams, beam optics; interaction of light with matter, spontaneous and stimulated emission, optical amplification, theory and applications of lasers, optical interactions in semiconductors, light emitting diodes and diode lasers; detectors, noise in detection systems; light propagation in anisotropic crystals, Pockels and Kerr effect, light modulators; nonlinear optics, second harmonic generation, phase matching, nonlinear optical materials.
  • OEPE 525 - 1 GUIDED WAVE

    Instructor:ALİ SERPENGÜZEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Waveguides, properties of waveguides, optical fibers, properties of optical fibers, microresonators, add-drop filters.
  • OEPE 541 - 1 QUANTUM MECHANICS I

    Instructor:TEKİN DERELİ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Wave function; solutions of the Schödinger?s equation; infinite square well; harmonic oscillator; potential barrier; formalism of quantum mechanics; statistical interpretation; hydrogen atom problem; angular momentum; spin; identical particle systems; many-electron atoms; solids; quantum statistics.
  • OEPE 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:KAAN GÜVEN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:A series of seminars given by faculty or outside speakers. Participating students must also make presentations during the semester.
  • OPSM 301 - 1 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AKSİN KARAESMEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 201 or consent of the instructor and Cpap 100 or Cpap 101 or Cpap 150 or COMP 100
    Description:Fundamental decisions and trade-offs in the control of a firm's operations in obtaining materials and transferring them to a product or a service in a facility; the contribution of operations to a firm's competitiveness; analysis, control, and improvement of processes.
  • OPSM 301 - 2 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AKSİN KARAESMEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 201 or consent of the instructor and Cpap 100 or Cpap 101 or Cpap 150 or COMP 100
    Description:Fundamental decisions and trade-offs in the control of a firm's operations in obtaining materials and transferring them to a product or a service in a facility; the contribution of operations to a firm's competitiveness; analysis, control, and improvement of processes.
  • OPSM 305 - 1 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AKSİN KARAESMEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:OPSM. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Process-oriented, integrated approach to procuring, producing and delivering products and services to customers. Strategic and operational issues in the management of supply chains: supply chain performance, coordination in supply chains, managing distribution networks, coordinated product and supply chain design, IT in supply chains, e-business and supply chains, inventory management in supply chains.
  • OPSM 501 - 1 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:BARIŞ TAN
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Fundamental decisions and tradeoffs in control of a firm's operations: obtaining and controlling the flow of materials through a production facility and distributing them to customers. Four modules: process fundamentals; cross functional integration, coordination and control; improving the performance of productive systems; and competing through technology and operations.
  • OPSM 901 - 1 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:GÜRHAN KÖK
    Meeting Days:SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:Fundamental decisions and tradeoffs in the operations management of service as well as manufacturing companies: obtaining and controlling productive resources; process management fundamentals; cross-functional integration, coordination and control; improving the performance of productive systems; and competing through technology and operations.
  • ORNT 500 - 1 ORIENTATION TEAM WORK

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Speeding up the orientation process of graduate program students; enabling the use of communication skills through teamwork; improving independence and communication, creating common goals, creating the fundamentals of an environment of trust and making it long-lasting; increasing productivity and efficiency
  • PEDI 403 - 1 PEDIATRICS

    Instructor:TUĞBA GÜRSOY
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:General knowledge on development, health and diseases of children. Prevention, diagnosis and treatment methods in pediatrics. Nutrition (breast feeding, weaning), growth monitoring, vaccination and screening programs in infancy. Genetic, structural and metabolic diseases of children. Taking history, physical examination, laboratory examination and modern treatment methods of childhood diseases. Infectious, hemato-oncologic, respiratory, cardiac, gastrointestinal, renal, neurologic and endocrine system diseases in pediatric age group.
  • 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)
  • PEDI 600 - 3 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)
  • PHIL 101 - 1 FRESHMAN SEMINAR: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND PHILOSOPHICAL THINKING

    Instructor:HÜLYA ŞİMGA
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Providing basic knowledge on the subject-matter of philosophy, including the various kinds of philosophy and the areas they correspond to. Introduction on how to think philosophically and write critically. Learning about the basic idea of philosophy, about knowledge, logical and critical reasoning, philosophies of nature and science, about ethics, the philosophy of art and political philosophy.
  • PHIL 213 - 1 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY

    Instructor:CHARILAOS PLATANAKIS
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Introduction to key thinkers and texts in the history of ancient philosophy, from the Pre-Socratics to Late Antiquity. A survey of key debates on theoretical and practical philosophy, an examination of basic interpretative issues, and an evaluation of the ancient proposals and our modern interpretations using the tools of historical contextualisation and philosophical analysis. Aiming to the appreciation of the significance of the history of ancient philosophy in our understanding of that chronologically remote and extensive period (6th century BCE to 6th century CE) and of its relevance to our contemporary philosophy.
  • PHIL 215 - 1 EPISTEMOLOGY

    Instructor:ERHAN DEMİRCİOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:An examination of the concept of knowledge with respect to the origins, limits and validity of human knowledge.
  • PHIL 353 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN PHILOSOPHY

    Instructor:PATRICK RONEY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Detailed examination current topics in philosophy.
  • PHIL 401 - 1 POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

    Instructor:CHARILAOS PLATANAKIS
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Examination of major concepts and issues in social and political philosophy. The concepts of equality, law, freedom, and social and political responsibility.
  • PHIL 432 - 1 PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER

    Instructor:ZEYNEP DİREK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the issues, debates and themes in the contemporary feminist theory. We will emphasize the impact of recent social theories and their destabilizing influences in comparison to the unifying theme of the earlier feminist theories. We will focus on the conceptual debates surrounding issues such the body, sexuality, sexual identity, the category of woman and the politics of difference.
  • PHIL 438 - 1 PHILOSOPHY OF ACTION

    Instructor:EYLEM ÖZALTUN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:A study of the nature of intentional action. A survey of both metaphysical and epistemological problems actions have given rise to such as whether we can analyze action into its physical and psychological components, whether it is possible to reconcile reason and causal explanations of action, how to understand involvement of reason in action. An examination of structure of practical reason.
  • PHYS 101 - 1 GENERAL PHYSICS I

    Instructor:MENDERES IŞKIN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Physical quantities; rectilinear motion; motion in two and three dimensions; Newton's laws of motion; work and energy; momentum; conservation laws; collisions; rotational dynamics; gravitation; periodic motion; fluid motion.
  • PHYS 101 - 2 GENERAL PHYSICS I

    Instructor:FETHİ MÜBİN RAMAZANOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Physical quantities; rectilinear motion; motion in two and three dimensions; Newton's laws of motion; work and energy; momentum; conservation laws; collisions; rotational dynamics; gravitation; periodic motion; fluid motion.
  • PHYS 101 - 3 GENERAL PHYSICS I

    Instructor:KAAN GÜVEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Physical quantities; rectilinear motion; motion in two and three dimensions; Newton's laws of motion; work and energy; momentum; conservation laws; collisions; rotational dynamics; gravitation; periodic motion; fluid motion.
  • PHYS 102 - 1 GENERAL PHYSICS II

    Instructor:ALKAN KABAKÇIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:PHYS. 101 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Electric charge and electric field; Gauss's law; electric potential; dielectrics; electric circuits; magnetic field and magnetic forces; sources of magnetic field; electromagnetic induction; electromagnetic waves.
  • PHYS 123 - 1 CLASSICAL PHYSICS FOR HEALTH SCIENCES

    Instructor:ALPHAN SENNAROĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Equilibrium and stability analysis of the human body, dynamics of body motion, elasticity and strength of body organs, fluid mechanics and the blood circulation system, principle of centrifugation, diffusion and Brownian motion, energy requirements and temperature regulation of the body sound and hearing, the Doppler effect, ultrasound imaging.
  • PHYS 201 - 1 MECHANICS

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR MÜSTECAPLIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:(PHYS. 101 and MATH. 204) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of vectors and matrices, orthogonal transformations; numerical simulations and animations of mechanical systems, kinematics and dynamics of particles; Newton's laws of motion; conservation laws; oscillations; central forces; orbits and scattering in a central force field; planetary motion; non-inertial reference frames; potential theory; the two-body problem.
  • PHYS 203 - 1 ATOMIC & MOLECULAR STRUCTURE

    Instructor:ERSİN YURTSEVER
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Quantum mechanics, solution of the particle-in-a-box, harmonic oscillator and hydrogen atom; orbital concepts, the structure of many-electron atoms, molecular orbital theory, molecular symmetry and group theory; rotational, vibrational and electronic spectroscopy.
  • PHYS 205 - 1 GENERAL PHYSICS III

    Instructor:ALİ SERPENGÜZEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:PHYS. 101 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Periodic motion, fluid mechanics, mechanical waves, sound and hearing, temperature and heat, thermal properties of matter, the first law of thermodynamics, the second law of thermodynamics. Lab component.
  • PHYS 301 - 1 STATISTICAL PHYSICS

    Instructor:MENDERES IŞKIN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:PHYS. 205 or CHEM. 103
    Description:Probability theory; entropy, temperature, partition function, grand partition function, black-body radiation, Fermi and Bose statistics; laws of thermodynamics; phase transition; kinetic theory and transport phenomena.
  • PHYS 312 - 1 ADVANCED ELECTROMAGNETISM

    Instructor:KAAN GÜVEN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:(PHYS. 302 or ELEC. 206) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of Maxwell's equations; conservation laws; electromagnetic waves; propagation of electromagnetic waves in conductors and dielectrics; transmission lines; waveguides; potentials and fields; radiation theory; electrodynamics and special theory of relativity.
  • PHYS 401 - 1 QUANTUM MECHANICS I

    Instructor:TEKİN DERELİ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Wave function; solutions of the Schödinger's equation; infinite square well; harmonic oscillator; potential barrier; formalism of quantum mechanics; statistical interpretation; hydrogen atom problem; angular momentum; spin; identical particle systems; many-electron atoms; solids; quantum statistics.
  • PHYS 421 - 1 PHOTONICS AND LASERS

    Instructor:ALPER KİRAZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:(ELEC. 206 or PHYS. 302) or consent of the instructor
    Description:
  • PHYS 429 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO OPTICS

    Instructor:HAKAN ÜREY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:ELEC. 206 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Fundamentals of optics and applications are discussed. Topics covered are photon and wave nature of light; reflection and refraction laws and geometrical optics; optical instruments (camera, eye, telescope, microscope); waves; interference and interferometers; fiber optics; diffraction and Fourier optics, gratings and micro-optical elements; polarization and applications, display technologies. The course is supplemented with in-class demonstrations and examples from everyday optics phenomena such as color of the sky and rainbows. A course in electromagnetic theory is helpful but not required.
  • PHYS 450 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN PHYSICS I

    Instructor:ALPER KİRAZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Detailed examination of current topics in Physics.
  • PHYS 501 - 1 CLASSICAL MECHANICS

    Instructor:ALKAN KABAKÇIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Variational principles.Lagrange?s equations. 2-body central force problems. Kinematics of rigid body motion. Rigid body equations of motion. Hamilton?s equations. Canonical transformations. Hamilton-Jacobi theory. Small oscillations.
  • PHYS 503 - 1 ADVANCED QUANTUM MECHANICS I

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR MÜSTECAPLIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Spin. Complex vector spaces. Quantum dynamics. Bound state perturbation theory. Time dependent perturbation theory. Identical particle systems.
  • PHYS 513 - 1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS I

    Instructor:FETHİ MÜBİN RAMAZANOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Linear algebra: Vector and inner product spaces, linear operators, eigenvalue problems; Vector calculus: Review of differential and integral calculus, divergence and Stokes' theorems. Ordinary differential equations: Linear equations, Sturm-Liouville theory and orthogonal functions, system of linear equations; Methods of mathematics for science and engineering students.
  • PHYS 517 - 1 QUANTIZED FIELD THEORIES I

    Instructor:ALİ MOSTAFAZADEH
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Quantization of free fields. Propagators. Interacting fields and the S-matrix. Loop expansion of the S-matrix and Feynman diagrams. Path integral techniques. QED. Radiative corrections. Renormalization. Effective field theories.
  • PHYS 521 - 1 PHOTONICS AND LASERS

    Instructor:ALPER KİRAZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:(ELEC. 206 or PHYS. 302) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Review of electromagnetism; geometrical optics, analysis of optical systems; wave properties of light, Gaussian beams, beam optics; interaction of light with matter, spontaneous and stimulated emission, optical amplification, theory and applications of lasers, optical interactions in semiconductors, light emitting diodes and diode lasers; detectors, noise in detection systems; light propagation in anisotropic crystals, Pockels and Kerr effect, light modulators; nonlinear optics, second harmonic generation, phase matching, nonlinear optical materials.
  • PHYS 529 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO OPTICS

    Instructor:HAKAN ÜREY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Fundamentals of optics and applications are discussed. Topics covered are photon and wave nature of light; reflection and refraction laws and geometrical optics; optical instruments (camera, eye, telescope, microscope); waves; interference and interferometers; fiber optics; diffraction and Fourier optics, gratings and micro-optical elements; polarization and applications, display technologies. The course is supplemented with in-class demonstrations and examples from everyday optics phenomena such as color of the sky and rainbows. A course in electromagnetic theory, such as ELEC 206, is helpful but not required.
  • PHYS 590 - 1 SEMINAR IN PHYSICS

    Instructor:FETHİ MÜBİN RAMAZANOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • PHYS 590 - 2 SEMINAR IN PHYSICS

    Instructor:FETHİ MÜBİN RAMAZANOĞLU
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:
  • PROJ 500 - 1 PROJECT

    Instructor:[TBA]
    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).
  • PSYC 100 - 1 PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:ZEYNEP AYCAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Foundations of psychology; perception; learning; motivation; intelligence; personality and social relations.
  • PSYC 100 - 2 PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:NAZLI BAYDAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Foundations of psychology; perception; learning; motivation; intelligence; personality and social relations.
  • PSYC 201 - 1 SCIENTIFIC METHODS IN BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Instructor:YASEMİN KİSBU SAKARYA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:PSYC. 100 & CPAP 100
    Description:Research process and basic research concepts; critical framework to examine social science problems and evaluate research; constructing social explanations; concept of causality; measurement, sampling, questionnaire construction; experimental methodology, ethnomethodology, document study; philosophy of social science.
  • PSYC 204 - 1 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:TERRY ESKENAZİ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:The individual as a member of social groups and social psychological perspectives on issues such as aggression and violence, bystander intervention, obedience, conformity, attitudes, prejudice, and attribution.
  • PSYC 205 - 1 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING AND COGNITION

    Instructor:AYLİN KÜNTAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Theories and research, including behavioral and cognitive perspectives, and such topics as classical conditioning, operant conditioning, social learning, insight learning, and information processing.
  • PSYC 206 - 1 LIFE - SPAN DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:AYŞE BİLGE SELÇUK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Human development from birth to old age. Different spheres of development are studied, such as cognitive, socio-emotional and moral, both from an individual and interactional perspective.
  • PSYC 301 - 1 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:SAMİ GÜLGÖZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:(PSYC. 201 and (MATH. 201 or MATH. 202))
    Description:Data collection techniques, data analysis, and interpretation; making inferences from data using statistical tools such as t-test, ANOVA, ANCOVA, and MANOVA and individual or group research projects with an emphasis on experimental methodology.
  • PSYC 303 - 1 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:GİZEM ERDEM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:PSYC 305
    Description:Etiology and symptoms of abnormal behavior from different theoretical perspectives including psychodynamic, physiological, behaviorist, cognitive, and humanistic. Prerequisite: PSYC 305 or consent of the instructor.
  • PSYC 305 - 1 PERSONALITY THEORIES

    Instructor:GİZEM ERDEM
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:PSYC. 100
    Description:Major personality theories, including psychodynamic, social learning, cognitive, and trait-theory approaches.
  • PSYC 335 - 1 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:BALER BİLGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201
    Description:Reviews major theories and empirical findings on consumer behavior; relates them to design and execution of effective marketing strategy. Individual decision making and consumer learning; external influences such as culture, social class, reference groups, family, and situational variables.
  • PSYC 335 - 2 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:BALER BİLGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201
    Description:Reviews major theories and empirical findings on consumer behavior; relates them to design and execution of effective marketing strategy. Individual decision making and consumer learning; external influences such as culture, social class, reference groups, family, and situational variables.
  • PSYC 335 - 3 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

    Instructor:BALER BİLGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MKTG. 201
    Description:Reviews major theories and empirical findings on consumer behavior; relates them to design and execution of effective marketing strategy. Individual decision making and consumer learning; external influences such as culture, social class, reference groups, family, and situational variables.
  • PSYC 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY I

    Instructor:AYŞE ATALAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:PSYC.100
    Description:Detailed examination of current topics in Psychology.
  • PSYC 372 - 1 CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:AYŞE ATALAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 410 - 1 PSYCHOLOGY OF TESTING AND MEASUREMENT

    Instructor:AYŞE ATALAY
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:PSYC. 100 and MATH. 202 or MATH 201
    Description:Measure psychological constructs and interpret test results; test construction, standardization, reliability and validity; factor analysis; multi-dimensional scaling; and various standardized tests of intelligence and personality.
  • PSYC 431 - 1 HUMAN MEMORY

    Instructor:SAMİ GÜLGÖZ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Studies and models in verbal learning, information processing, and connectionist frameworks. Current research and applications are examined.
  • PSYC 445 - 1 COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:TİLBE GÖKSUN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Children?s thought and its development, including changing conceptions of physical reality and the development of logical thinking and intelligence. Current research and applications are examined.
  • PSYC 501 - 1 RESEARCH METHODS I

    Instructor:YASEMİN KİSBU SAKARYA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Review of descriptive statistics and basic research methodology. Experimental methods and research design including one-way analyses, factorial designs, repeated measures, analysis of covariance, and the analyses of main effects, simple effects and interaction comparisons.
  • PSYC 505 - 1 CULTURE AND SELF

    Instructor:ÇİĞDEM KAĞITÇIBAŞI
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This is a required course for both Social Psychology and Developmental Psychology doctoral programs. The formation of the self and its interaction with social-psychological-cognitive processes are studied in socio-cultural context and from developmental, cultural, and cross-cultural perspectives. The main topic of this course is the self, which has its antecedents in the beginnings of American psychology on the one hand, and in social psychological and sociological symbolic interactionism on the other hand. It is emphasized that self is the key to individual-society interface and is important for the theoretical advancement of both universal psychology and also for psychological applications directed at human well-being.
  • PSYC 554 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:NAZLI BAYDAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:
  • PSYC 561 - 1 PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

    Instructor:FUAT BALCI
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    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.
  • PSYC 590 - 1 SEMINAR

    Instructor:TİLBE GÖKSUN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:20
    Description:A series of presentations by faculty, outside speakers and students.
  • PSYC 614 - 1 LANGUAGE-THOUGHT INTERFACES

    Instructor:TİLBE GÖKSUN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-12:45
    Description:The relationship of the linguistic system with other cognitive processes; the influence of language on perception and memory, crosslinguistic research, the role of general cognitive development on language development
  • PSİK 302 - 1 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

    Instructor:PERİHAN GÜNER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Psychopathology and therapeutics as applied to current practice. An historical perspective with the major psychiatric diagnoses defined along with the therapies.
  • PUBC 307 - 1 PUBLIC HEALTH

    Instructor:AYŞE RUACAN
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:The concept of health status at community level rather than individual level and the measures for health will be introduced. Topics include, measures of well-being, parameters for assessment of the health status of a community, evidence based medicine for public health, common health problems in the world and in Turkey, preventive measures for common public health problems, quality measures for health, structure of health system, and comparison of different health system models.
  • 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)
  • PUBC 600 - 3 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 - 4 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)
  • QMBU 301 - 1 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN BUSINESS

    Instructor:EVRİM GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 201 and Cpap 100 or 101 or 150 or comp 100
    Description:Statistical techniques in business data analysis; decision making under uncertainty. Concept of loss functions, decision trees, Bayes' Rule; correlation analysis, simple and multiple regression analysis (variable selection, model building, residual analysis); exponential smoothing methods; autoregressive (AR), moving average (MA), and ARMA models; introduction to intervention analysis, outlier-level shift-variance change detection procedures , and autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity models. Extensive use of computer-based computational tools and business applications.
  • QMBU 301 - 2 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN BUSINESS

    Instructor:EVRİM GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:MATH. 201 and Cpap 100 or 101 or 150 or comp 100
    Description:Statistical techniques in business data analysis; decision making under uncertainty. Concept of loss functions, decision trees, Bayes' Rule; correlation analysis, simple and multiple regression analysis (variable selection, model building, residual analysis); exponential smoothing methods; autoregressive (AR), moving average (MA), and ARMA models; introduction to intervention analysis, outlier-level shift-variance change detection procedures , and autoregressive conditional heteroscedasticity models. Extensive use of computer-based computational tools and business applications.
  • QMBU 501 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

    Instructor:ÖZDEN GÜR ALİ
    Meeting Days:FRI SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Fundamental quantitative methods used in business decision-making: mathematical programming, stochastic modeling, and simulation, with emphasis on formulation, analysis, and implementation.
  • QMBU 901 - 1 QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN BUSINESS

    Instructor:YALÇIN AKÇAY
    Meeting Days:THURS FRI SAT*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:An introduction to the basic concepts of model building and forecasting. Extrapolation methods, multiple linear regression, decision analysis, simulation and linear programming. Strong emphasis placed on practical applications and decision making. Developing basic analytical skills, such as formalizing trade-offs, specifying constraints, providing for uncertainty, and performing sensitivity analysis.
  • RUSS 201 - 1 RUSSIAN I: BEGINNERS

    Instructor:JOULIA TANIK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • SCIE 102 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY

    Instructor:PATRICIA ANN RAMEY BALCI
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Introduction to the science of ecology including the physical, chemical and biological processes, and interactions that influence the distribution and abundance of organisms. Fundamental principles and concepts of ecology across multiple levels of organization: individual organism, population, community, ecosystem, and landscape. Global climate/biome structure and distribution, population structure and growth, community diversity, species interactions, evolution, energy flow, nutrient cycling, succession, molecular ecology, and human influences on ecosystems.
  • SCIE 103 - 1 LIFE SCIENCES

    Instructor:FUNDA ŞAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:General overview of living organisms. Selected topics on the control of cellular mechanisms. Gene technology and evolution.
  • SCIE 103 - 2 LIFE SCIENCES

    Instructor:BİLGEN BİLGİN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:General overview of living organisms. Selected topics on the control of cellular mechanisms. Gene technology and evolution.
  • SCIE 107 - 1 ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

    Instructor:İSKENDER YILGÖR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Energy production from non-renewable sources such as fossil fuels, oil and natural gas. Comparative discussion of the present and future (renewable) alternative energy resources (solar, geothermal, wind, biomass, hydrogen) and technologies for their commercialization. Environmental consequences, greenhouse effect and global warming, destruction of ozone layer and water pollution. Recycling and sustainable development.
  • SCIE 107 - 2 ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT

    Instructor:İSKENDER YILGÖR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Energy production from non-renewable sources such as fossil fuels, oil and natural gas. Comparative discussion of the present and future (renewable) alternative energy resources (solar, geothermal, wind, biomass, hydrogen) and technologies for their commercialization. Environmental consequences, greenhouse effect and global warming, destruction of ozone layer and water pollution. Recycling and sustainable development.
  • SOCI 100 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

    Instructor:ÇETİN ÇELİK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Introduces basic concepts, methods and approaches to the study of society. Focuses on social, cultural, and political systems and structures, social conflict and social institutions. Topics include family, education, gender, race and ethnicity, social class, the economy, organizations, social groups, aging and generations.
  • SOCI 201 - 1 SCIENTIFIC METHODS IN BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

    Instructor:FATOŞ GÖKŞEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or SOCI.101 or SOCI. 102 or SOCI. 103
    Description:Research process and basic research concepts; critical framework to examine social science problems and evaluate research; constructing social explanations; concept of causality; measurement, sampling, questionnaire construction; experimental methodology, ethnomethodology, document study; philosophy of social science.
  • SOCI 202 - 1 SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY

    Instructor:BAŞAK CAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Examines the concept of culture and cultural change. Discusses how social anthropology can aid in understanding diverse cultures. Focuses on several major themes in social anthropology such as family, kinship, gender, race, language, economy, religion, globalization, and health and illness.
  • SOCI 220 - 1 SOCIAL CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:FATOŞ GÖKŞEN
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Examines large-scale social transformations shaping the contemporary world, including the rise of the West, colonialism, the emergence of the Third World, the history of the development project and globalization. Explores the causes and consequences of inequalities among countries, as well as gender, class, ethnic and regional inequalities within countries.
  • SOCI 301 - 1 RESEARCH METHODS IN SOCIOLOGY

    Instructor:ERDEM YÖRÜK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:(SOCI. 100 or SOCI. 101 or SOCI. 102 or SOCI. 103) and SOCI. 201 and MATH. 202
    Description:Advanced design issues related to empirical sociological research are presented. These include conceptualization, hypothesis formulation, study design, sample design, sample size determination, data collection strategies, data analysis, interpretation of statistical findings, and drawing social and policy relevant conclusions. Students conduct their own research projects and present results orally and in written form.
  • SOCI 312 - 1 CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY

    Instructor:BAŞAK CAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Explores critical theory, neofunctionalist theory, theories on structure and agency, microsociological perspectives, postmodern theory and poststructuralism. Discusses identity politics and difference as framed by postcolonial and feminist theories.
  • SOCI 314 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

    Instructor:CANER BAKIR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Main approaches to various institutions and actors that make up the field of international political economy. Question of who gets what at a global level from a multi-actored, multi-level and multi-disciplinary perspective. Interactions between states, markets, firms, NGOs, and not-for-profit organizations at the local, national, regional, and supranational levels. Global trade, production, finance, and knowledge structures and relations in the context of international organizations, transnational corporations, global financial structures, regional integrations, North-South relations, discourses and practices of development, and problems of global poverty.
  • SOCI 315 - 1 URBAN SOCIOLOGY

    Instructor:DEFNE KADIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Reviews developments in urban theory and the history of urbanization. Discusses urban trends with special attention to the impact of globalization on cities. Themes include urban regeneration processes, urban poverty, spatial segregation, and urban social movements. Focuses on case studies from Turkey and diverse geographical settings around the world.
  • SOCI 326 - 1 GENDER AND POLITICS

    Instructor:ÖZLEM ALTAN
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:This undergraduate seminar critically explores a variety of political, social, and economic processes through a gendered perspective. The class revisits issues of politics and political economy by focusing on various inequalities that govern the lives of men and women in their everyday lives. The course material is organized so that we discuss themes such as, but not limited to, nation-state formation, citizenship, labor, and development.
  • SOCI 350 - 1 SELECTED TOPICS IN SOCIOLOGY I

    Instructor:ŞEBNEM KÖŞER AKÇAPAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Detailed examination of topics in Sociology.
  • SOCI 402 - 1 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Prerequisite:((SOCI. 100 or SOCI. 101 or SOCI. 102 or SOCI. 103) and (SOCI. 201 or SOCI. 202 or SOCI. 204 or SOCI. 206 or SOCI. 208)) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Examination of the sociology of the communicator, audience, content, effects, flow and diffusion research, and communication as a social process. The role of communication and information technology, relations between economics, technology, power and culture.
  • SOCI 402 - 2 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:((SOCI. 100 or SOCI. 101 or SOCI. 102 or SOCI. 103) and (SOCI. 201 or SOCI. 202 or SOCI. 204 or SOCI. 206 or SOCI. 208)) or consent of the instructor
    Description:Examination of the sociology of the communicator, audience, content, effects, flow and diffusion research, and communication as a social process. The role of communication and information technology, relations between economics, technology, power and culture.
  • SOCI 411 - 1 INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN A GLOBAL WORLD

    Instructor:ŞEBNEM KÖŞER AKÇAPAR
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:International migration has become the concern of all in some form or another, with the questions of how to understand international migration in a globalized world, how to take advantage of it, live with it and how to manage it. These attempts have to keep pace with the growth of the phenomenon and the complexity of its linkages with other global issues. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to understand these linkages and relate the migration issues to other global issues as well as contribute to the related discussion by academia, policy makers, and the general public.
  • SOCI 421 - 1 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

    Instructor:BURAK GÜREL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:SOCI. 100 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Examines the nature of political power, dynamics of political change, historical development and the nature of political institutions. Discusses the social foundations of state and state-society relations.
  • SOCI 501 - 1 QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

    Instructor:SEDEF TURPER
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Examines quantitative methods such as inferential statistics, regression analysis, survey methods in an applied way. Students use a number of quantitative data sets throughout the class to familiarize themselves with sociological methods.
  • SOCI 502 - 1 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:MON WED*
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Examines the basic qualitative research methods used in sociological research with their weaknesses and strengths. Course covers qualitative data collection methods, ethnography, interview techniques, archive research methods, oral history, and document analysis methods.
  • SOCI 502 - 2 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Examines the basic qualitative research methods used in sociological research with their weaknesses and strengths. Course covers qualitative data collection methods, ethnography, interview techniques, archive research methods, oral history, and document analysis methods.
  • SOCI 503 - 1 CLASSICAL SOCIAL THEORY

    Instructor:BAHATTİN AKŞİT
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-15:45
    Description:Closely examines the basic themes and the most important figures of classical sociological theory. Course analyzes in detail the work of Marx, Weber and Durkheim, which constitutes the classical roots of sociological theory and helps students develop a sociological perspective through extensive theoretical discussions.
  • SOCI 513 - 1 SOCIAL WELFARE&SOCIAL POL

    Instructor:ERDEM YÖRÜK
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-18:45
    Description:Traces the evolution of notions of social welfare, social justice and social policy from their advent in European and North American societies to the current scholarly and policy debates in developing countries. Examines the development of social welfare systems and the underlying philosophies in the context of the social, economic, political, and cultural environments in which they emerged. Topics include the evolution of modern conceptions of the "welfare state," and the role of public, private and voluntary sectors in the social services. Policy making procedures, the role of the respective policy actors and the effects of social policy measures will also be examined in terms of social participation, social inclusion and (re)distribution of income and services.
  • SOCI 526 - 1 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATİON AND INFORMATION

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Examination of the sociology of the communicator, audience, content, effects, flow and diffusion research, and communication as a social process. The role of communication and information technology, relations between economics, technology, power, & culture.
  • SOCI 526 - 2 SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATİON AND INFORMATION

    Instructor:ERGİN BULUT
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Examination of the sociology of the communicator, audience, content, effects, flow and diffusion research, and communication as a social process. The role of communication and information technology, relations between economics, technology, power, & culture.
  • SOCI 552 - 1 ST: SOCI

    Instructor:AHMET İÇDUYGU
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-11:15
    Description:
  • SOCI 621 - 1 POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

    Instructor:BURAK GÜREL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Examines the nature of political power, dynamics of political change, historical development and the nature of political institutions. Discusses the social foundations of state and state-society relations.
  • SOSC 101 - 1 CITY AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:A. BİRİZ KARAÇAY
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Introduction to the predominant themes of discussion within the field of urban studies. Special emphasis on the impact of multiple processes of globalization on the city. Discussing the recent efforts of city marketing, urban regeneration projects, the rise of a new kind of poverty and growing inequalities within the city and practices of urban citizenship. Covering both theoretical and empirical aspects; current-day and prior debates; as well as examples from both the Turkish context and around the world.
  • SOSC 102 - 1 CULTURE AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:PINAR DİNÇ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:Introduction of main themes of discussion within the field of sociology of culture, focusing on four selected themes: 1) culture and domination; 2) culture and signification, 3) culture and practice, 4) cultural continuity and discontinuity. A good mix of theoretical and empirical orientations, with examples from both the Turkish context and around the world in order to understand how symbols, language, conceptual structures, forms of knowledge and forms of power interact to create meaning in our lives.
  • SOSC 102 - 2 CULTURE AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:PINAR DİNÇ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:Introduction of main themes of discussion within the field of sociology of culture, focusing on four selected themes: 1) culture and domination; 2) culture and signification, 3) culture and practice, 4) cultural continuity and discontinuity. A good mix of theoretical and empirical orientations, with examples from both the Turkish context and around the world in order to understand how symbols, language, conceptual structures, forms of knowledge and forms of power interact to create meaning in our lives.
  • SOSC 105 - 1 MIGRATION & GLOBALIZATION

    Instructor:AYŞEN ÜSTÜBİCİ ÖNAY
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 105 - 3 MIGRATION & GLOBALIZATION

    Instructor:DOĞUŞ ŞİMŞEK
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 108 - 1 SOCIAL ORIGINS OF WEALTH, POVERTY AND DEVELOPMENT

    Instructor:ANTOINE DOLCEROCCA
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:Introduction of major sociological topics including division of labor, classes, the origins of wealth and poverty, and globalization. Challenging the contemporary but artificial division of labor between economics and sociology by emphasizing the social origins of economic problems. Focusing on excerpts from some classical texts of sociology.
  • SOSC 110 - 1 STATE AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:CAN NACAR
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 110 - 2 STATE AND SOCIETY

    Instructor:BURAK GÜREL
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 116 - 1 CHALLENGES FACING YOUNG DEMOCRACIES

    Instructor:SELİM AYTAÇ
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:A review of some of the most important challenges faced by young, developing democracies. We will address questions such as: Why is democracy consolidated in some countries but not in others? Whydo many developing democracies suffer from poor governance and weak accountability? What makes young democracies different than established ones? Students will engage in and be informed about the complex social phenomena of the difficult challenges for development and good governance in young democracies.
  • SPAN 201 - 1 SPANISH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:MARIA PEREZ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 201 - 2 SPANISH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:MARIA PEREZ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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 201 - 3 SPANISH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:CHRISTINA MASRAMON
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    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 201 - 4 SPANISH I : BEGINNERS

    Instructor:CHRISTINA MASRAMON
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • SPAN 202 - 2 SPANISH II: BEGINNERS

    Instructor:MARIA PEREZ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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.
  • SPAN 301 - 1 SPANISH III : INTERMEDIATE

    Instructor:CHRISTINA MASRAMON
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Prerequisite:SPAN. 202 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Continuation of SPAN 202 for advanced beginners, emphasizing the development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Enables students to carry out communicative tasks related to matters regularly encountered. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: A2 First half.
  • SPAN 302 - 1 SPANISH IV : INTERMEDIATE

    Instructor:CHRISTINA MASRAMON
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Prerequisite:SPAN. 301 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Continuation of SPAN 301 designed to strengthen language skills in the target language in order to enable students to interact and carry out real-life tasks with a degree of accuracy and fluency without heavily compromising communication. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: second half of level A2 and first half of level B1.
  • STAT 901 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGERIAL STATISTICS

    Instructor:EVRİM GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:An introduction to statistics as applied to managerial problems. Conceptual understanding , limitations and misuses of statistics and interpretation of statistical results are emphasized. Hands-on experience is provided using software. Descriptive statistics including central tendency, dispersion, skewness, covariance, binomial and normal probability distributions, confidence intervals for means, and simple linear regression. Examples from finance, operations, and marketing.
  • SURG 401 - 1 GENERAL SURGERY

    Instructor:EMRE BALIK
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Understanding basic pathophysiology of surgical problems, basic information on fluid and electrolyte management, shock and hemostasis. Detailed description of clinical signs symptoms, diagnostic methods and surgical/medical treatment of organ systems such as gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, endocrine will be discussed. Lectures, case presentations, conferences and practical sessions in laboratories, radiology and imaging departments, clinics, emergency room, and operating rooms will be organized to supplement theoretical teaching with clinical experience.
  • 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)
  • SURG 600 - 3 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 - 4 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 510 - 1 NEXT GENERATION INFO&COM TECH, IoT, 5G, SDN

    Instructor:ÖZGÜR AKAN
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:14:00-18:00
    Description:Foundations of Information technologies. Overview of next-generation (NG) communication and networking technologies. Introduction of cutting edge technologies such as Internet of Things, 5G and beyond mobile networks, Software Defined Networking, Cyber-Physical systems, M2M Communications, Quantum Communications, Internet of Bio-Nano Things, Nanonetworks, Terahertz wireless and networking, other NG communication technologies (e.g., neutrino, gravitational, magneto-inductive). Transformational effects of future communication technologies and their applications
  • TECH 512 - 1 BIG DATA&DATA ANALYTICS

    Instructor:ÖZDEN GÜR ALİ
    Meeting Days:FRI SAT SUN*
    Meeting Start-End:09:00-13:00
    Description:What is big data. Value creation with big data, Data sources and extraction from unstructured sources. Learning tasks and statistical learning. Fundamental concepts and their operationalization; overfitting vs. generalization; curse of dimensionality; correlation vs causation; data collection strategy and biases; security, privacy and ethical considerations.
  • TLIT 202 - 1 TURKISH SHORT STORY

    Instructor:SİMLA ŞİRİN GÖKSEL
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Examines the origins and the development of the short story in Turkish language, with references to the Western tradition. Investigates the structural and content characteristics of the short story as a genre. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 202 - 2 TURKISH SHORT STORY

    Instructor:SİMLA ŞİRİN GÖKSEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Examines the origins and the development of the short story in Turkish language, with references to the Western tradition. Investigates the structural and content characteristics of the short story as a genre. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 202 - 3 TURKISH SHORT STORY

    Instructor:SİMLA ŞİRİN GÖKSEL
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    Description:Examines the origins and the development of the short story in Turkish language, with references to the Western tradition. Investigates the structural and content characteristics of the short story as a genre. Places special emphasis on contemporary writers. The course is offered in Turkish.
  • TLIT 208 - 1 CONTEMPORARY TURKISH POETRY

    Instructor:AYSEL GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    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 WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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 217 - 1 MODERNIZATION AND GENDER IN TURKISH LITERATURE

    Instructor:AYŞE İŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:The influences of Turkish modernization experiences on gender identities through the inquiry of various literary narratives such as novels and short stories written from the last quarter of the 19th century up today. The new conceptions of femininity/masculinity at the fin de siècle, the affects of the interactions of East and West culture on gender; the role of ideologies such as militarism, nationalism, Kemalism, socialism, Islamism and feminism on gender formation. Discussion of the role of the narrative techniques and literary/social representations on constructing the gendered identities.
  • TLIT 230 - 1 HISTORY OF TURKISH THEATER

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-17:15
    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.
  • TTIP 600 - 1 RESEARCH METHODS IN BASIC MEDICAL RESEARCH

    Instructor:KEMAL TÜRKER
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:This program will be oriented according to the project needs of the student. It will cover some of the classical methods used in basic medical research. The program aims to give practical skills to perform basic experiments. The program will include lectures, project proposals, experiments, basic analysis methods, and student presentations.
  • TURK 100 - 1 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:AYSEL GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 10 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 11 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:OGÜN KIRTIL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 12 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:OGÜN KIRTIL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 13 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:OGÜN KIRTIL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 15 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:SİMLA ŞİRİN GÖKSEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 16 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:SİMLA ŞİRİN GÖKSEL
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 2 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:AYSEL GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 3 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:AYSEL GÜNEŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 4 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:AYŞE İŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 5 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:AYŞE İŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 6 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:AYŞE İŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:08:30-09:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 7 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:AYŞE İŞ
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 8 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:10:00-11:15
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 100 - 9 TURKISH-SPEECH AND COMPOSITION

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This one semester course has two modules that are designed to build up students' oral and written competence in their mother tongue for effective high level scientific and professional communications.
  • TURK 201 - 1 BASIC TURKISH I

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • TURK 201 - 2 BASIC TURKISH I

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • TURK 201 - 3 BASIC TURKISH I

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    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.
  • TURK 201 - 4 BASIC TURKISH I

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    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.
  • TURK 202 - 1 BASIC TURKISH II

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:13:00-14:15
    Description:Targets students with basic knowledge of Turkish to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Enables them to understand basic words/phrases about their families and their surroundings, reading and writing about the same subjects, giving information about where they live. Complies with the second half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • TURK 203 - 1 BASIC TURKISH III

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:MON WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Emphasizing the development of understanding basic words, questions and expressions related to personal interests and needs; asking and answering simple questions in a conversation and writing about an event in a short sentence indicating where and how it happened in Turkish. Complies with the first half of level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • TURK 300 - 1 INTRODUCTION TO OTTOMAN TURKISH

    Instructor:DİLEK KOÇAK
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:This course aims to provide students with a reading and writing knowledge of Ottoman Turkish (in the Arabic script). By the end of this course, students will be able to read selected texts from the printed Turkish literary and historical sources of the 19th and early 20th centuries. (No prior knowledge of Ottoman Turkish is required.)
  • TURK 302 - 1 INTERMEDIATE TURKISH II

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Developing skills of students to participate in a conversation, to follow a short story and commenting about them, to comprehend the main points of a text, to maintain a conversation or a discussion, to narrate a story and to write texts expressing feelings and thoughts in Turkish. Complies with the second half of level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • TURK 401 - 1 UPPER INTERMEDIATE TURKISH I

    Instructor:NESLİHAN BALTACIOĞLU
    Meeting Days:TUES THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Developing skills of students to understand television documentaries, interviews and most films in standard Turkish, to comprehend information, feelings and opinions of texts within their academic field, to support their opinions in discussions by providing relevant arguments and comments and to write a short review of a film or a book in Turkish. Complies with the second half of level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
  • UNIV 111 - 1 PILATES

    Instructor:AYTEN ALTUN
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Designed to improve muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, posture and balance. Relaxation techniques. Knowledge of Pilates positions and benefits associated with Pilates in order to incorporate Pilates into their lifetime fitness regime.
  • UNIV 111 - 2 PILATES

    Instructor:AYTEN ALTUN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Designed to improve muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, posture and balance. Relaxation techniques. Knowledge of Pilates positions and benefits associated with Pilates in order to incorporate Pilates into their lifetime fitness regime.
  • UNIV 112 - 1 ADVANCED PILATES

    Instructor:AYTEN ALTUN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:UNIV. 111 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Improving muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, posture and balance. Knowledge of the advanced principles of Pilates. Breathing, center, control, concentration, precision and flow/rhythm. Incorporating Pilates into their lifetime fitness regime.
  • UNIV 113 - 1 TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING

    Instructor:AYTEN ALTUN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:This course is design to improve muscular strengthten the muscles and increase flexibility by targeting the while body at once. The exercises uses the step platform for warm up and also for hip, thigh and leg conditioning. The diffuculty of the exercises gradually increases to ensure fat burning. Music accompanied working out is designed to warm up and then to enchance the muscular strength and increase flexibility.
  • UNIV 113 - 2 TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING

    Instructor:AYTEN ALTUN
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:This course is design to improve muscular strengthten the muscles and increase flexibility by targeting the while body at once. The exercises uses the step platform for warm up and also for hip, thigh and leg conditioning. The diffuculty of the exercises gradually increases to ensure fat burning. Music accompanied working out is designed to warm up and then to enchance the muscular strength and increase flexibility.
  • UNIV 114 - 1 GROUP FITNESS

    Instructor:AYTEN ALTUN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:This course is design to improve muscular strength and increase flexibility by targeting the whole body at once. The exercises use the step platform and dumbbells for warm up as well as for hip, thigh and leg conditioning. The difficulty of the exercises gradually increases to ensure fat burning. Music accompanied work-out is designed to warm up and then to enhance the muscular strength and increase flexibility.
  • UNIV 117 - 1 YOGA

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Yoga course has been arranged to promote students’ physical health, mental discipline and spiritual wellbeing as a whole.The word «Yoga» is used to refer to the «Original Yoga System». The course follows the “Original Yoga System”. In other words, all stages of Yoga, consisting of eight limbs, are applied during the course by staying true to the original Sanskrit Yoga texts. Only when practiced in its original form can yoga develop and create positive effects on the entire human organism. > Yoga is not only a theoretical discipline, but also a practical one. The course objective is to demonstrate the positive and holistic effect of yoga on physical health, mental control and spiritual peace within a practice-based structure, and thereby ensure that students adopt this life style during and after their university studies. > Yoga is an extremely effective personal development tool for increasing self-awareness, strengthening focus, elevating self-confidence, and developing emotional control. > In addition to poses and bodily control called Asana in Sanskrit, breath control, energy control, concentration and meditation stages will be practiced during the course, and the student will embark on an inner journey from the body towards the mind, from the mind towards the intellect and from the intellect towards the essence.
  • UNIV 119 - 1 BALLET(Beginner)

    Instructor:PINAR ÖZBEK
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Training in the basic skills of ballet technique. Practice of ballet positions and fundamental ballet exercises, accompanied by classical music. Floor, barre and center exercises. Development of posture, coordination, control, alignment, flexibility, balance, muscle strength, musicality, sense of rhythm and of aesthetics.
  • UNIV 119 - 2 BALLET(Beginner)

    Instructor:PINAR ÖZBEK
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:Training in the basic skills of ballet technique. Practice of ballet positions and fundamental ballet exercises, accompanied by classical music. Floor, barre and center exercises. Development of posture, coordination, control, alignment, flexibility, balance, muscle strength, musicality, sense of rhythm and of aesthetics.
  • UNIV 119 - 3 BALLET(Beginner)

    Instructor:PINAR ÖZBEK
    Meeting Days:MON
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Description:Training in the basic skills of ballet technique. Practice of ballet positions and fundamental ballet exercises, accompanied by classical music. Floor, barre and center exercises. Development of posture, coordination, control, alignment, flexibility, balance, muscle strength, musicality, sense of rhythm and of aesthetics.
  • UNIV 121 - 1 EFFECTIVE SPEAKING

    Instructor:AZİZ GÜLER
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    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.
  • UNIV 122 - 1 EFFECTIVE SPEAKING 2

    Instructor:AZİZ GÜLER
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:Univ 121
    Description:The aim of this course is to advance skills gained in UNIV 121 course. We will cover fundamental topics such as use of voice, stress, intonation and have practices related to reading of complex text and improvisational speech. Moreover; Fundamentals of communication, acting and rhetoric will be introduced to improve students’ understanding of effective speaking
  • UNIV 123 - 1 CAREER PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT

    Instructor:İLKAY LÖKER
    Meeting Days:THURS
    Meeting Start-End:11:30-12:45
    Description:This course is designed to assist students in understanding the career planning and management process in order to make informed occupational and educational decisions. Students will enhance their understanding of self, including interests, personality and values; learn how to integrate self-knowledge into career, occupational and educational decisions; set goals and devise strategies to achieve these goals.
  • UNIV 131 - 1 BRIDGE

    Instructor:ATA AYDIN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:An introductory course to bridge playing. Basic concepts and principles of bridge along with the hand evaluations, opening bids, responses to opening bids, rebids, and various declaration conventions. Planning declarer?s play, defending against declarer, and card signaling.
  • UNIV 131 - 2 BRIDGE

    Instructor:ATA AYDIN
    Meeting Days:WED
    Meeting Start-End:16:00-17:15
    Description:An introductory course to bridge playing. Basic concepts and principles of bridge along with the hand evaluations, opening bids, responses to opening bids, rebids, and various declaration conventions. Planning declarer?s play, defending against declarer, and card signaling.
  • UNIV 132 - 1 BRIDGE

    Instructor:ATA AYDIN
    Meeting Days:TUES
    Meeting Start-End:14:30-15:45
    Prerequisite:UNIV. 131 or consent of the instructor
    Description:Intermediate card play, endplays, squeezes, advanced level defense, low & high level competitive bidding, slam bidding.
  • UROP 505 - 1 DISEASES OF THE UROGENITAL SYSTEM - PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY

    Instructor:[TBA]
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Description:Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and management of urogenital disorders of children and adults; basic principles of urogenital examination and imaging; urinary tract obstruction, infections, neoplasms of urogenital system, disorders of human sexuality; plastic surgical approaches to skin injuries, wound healing, maxillofacial trauma, management of skin tumors and reconstructive surgical techniques.
  • İNGL 201 - 1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE II

    Instructor:JACOB CHIZZO
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:İNGL. 101 and İNGL. 102
    Description:Students will learn upper-elementary and pre-intermediate English grammar and vocabulary through a wide variety of focused practice in speaking, listening, writing, and reading skills. Students will also begin learning and practicing basic nursing and health-related vocabulary and phrases for successful communication with patients.
  • İNGL 201 - 2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE II

    Instructor:KATHRYN MIDDLEBROOKS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:İNGL. 101 and İNGL. 102
    Description:Students will learn upper-elementary and pre-intermediate English grammar and vocabulary through a wide variety of focused practice in speaking, listening, writing, and reading skills. Students will also begin learning and practicing basic nursing and health-related vocabulary and phrases for successful communication with patients.
  • İNGL 301 - 1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE III

    Instructor:KATHRYN MIDDLEBROOKS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:İNGL. 201 and İNGL. 202
    Description:Students will learn pre-intermediate and intermediate English grammar and vocabulary through a wide variety of focused practice in speaking, listening, writing, and reading skills. Students will continue learning and practicing essential nursing, medical, and health-related English through readings, role-plays, simulations, and course projects.
  • İNGL 301 - 2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE III

    Instructor:JACOB CHIZZO
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:İNGL. 201 and İNGL. 202
    Description:Students will learn pre-intermediate and intermediate English grammar and vocabulary through a wide variety of focused practice in speaking, listening, writing, and reading skills. Students will continue learning and practicing essential nursing, medical, and health-related English through readings, role-plays, simulations, and course projects.
  • İNGL 401 - 1 ENGLISH LANGUAGE IV

    Instructor:JACOB CHIZZO
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:İNGL. 301 and İNGL. 302
    Description:Students will continue improving all skills of English with a focus on academic English and critical thinking in the health-care field. Specifically, students will work to increase vocabulary, comprehend more challenging texts, and present and discuss various health-related topics. Further advanced writing and grammar skills will be emphasized in order to prepare students for professional and higher-educational opportunities.
  • İNGL 401 - 2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE IV

    Instructor:KATHRYN MIDDLEBROOKS
    Meeting Days:
    Meeting Start-End:-
    Prerequisite:İNGL. 301 and İNGL. 302
    Description:Students will continue improving all skills of English with a focus on academic English and critical thinking in the health-care field. Specifically, students will work to increase vocabulary, comprehend more challenging texts, and present and discuss various health-related topics. Further advanced writing and grammar skills will be emphasized in order to prepare students for professional and higher-educational opportunities.