Course Descriptions

I. Semester

SBKY 1101 Political Science I (3+0) 3
Basic concepts and arguments on political behavior; the agents and actors of political participation; the function and structure of political parties and public opinion; the nature of pressure groups. Basic concepts and arguments in Political Science; major institutions and agents of politics; the nature of power, its source and agents in political life; the relationship between state and society; arguments on the concepts such as state and civil society.

SBKY 1102 Administration Science (3+0) 3
Similarities and differences between public and private organizations, theories of organization, planning, organizing, decision-making, leadership, human resource management, budgeting, technology use in organizations. This course will enable the students to: Understand the similarities and differences between public and private organizations, learn the basic concepts and findings of main subject areas in management such as planning, organizing, leadership, decision-making, and use these concepts and findings for solving management problems presented by other classes and the real world.

SBKY 1103 Introduction to Law (3+0) 3
Law and social order (moral and religious norms), different meanings of the law( positive law, statute law, natural law), the sources of law and hierarcy of the sources, main branches and basic concepts of public and private law, law organization of the Turkish judical system. This course aims to make students familiar with basic principles of law. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to analyze basic legal problems and learn basic concepts of law.

İKT 1101 Introduction to Economics I (3+0) 3
The scope and Method of Economics; Scarcity and choice,Demand, Supply and Market Equilibrium,The Price System, Demand and Supply, and Elasticity ,Household Behaviour and Consumer Choice,The Production Process: The Behaviour of Profit Maximizing,Short-Run Costs and Output Decisions,Cost and Output Decision in the Long-Run,Input Demand: The Labor and Input Markets,Input Demand: The Capital Market and The Investment Decision,General Equilibrium and the Efficiency of Perfect Competition,Monopoly and Antitrust Policy.
The objective of this course is to give the student the basic concepts and tools of the economic analysis. In general, the aim is to cultivate a disciplined way of thinking “economically” on real world economic problems. The focus of the course will be on the conceptual foundations of the economics discipline, without omitting the concrete cases that could be relevant for economic analysis. At the end of this course, students are expected to acquire some notion as to what economics is about. After examining the basic framework of economics in general and its concepts, the main focus will be microeconomics, which deals with the individual decision problems.

İŞL 1102 Accounting I (3+0) 3
An Introduction to Accounting, What is accounting, Decision makers, Types of business organization. Accounting concepts and  principles. Financial reporting. Financial statements. Accounting equations and accounting of business transaction. Ledger and journals. Expending accounting equisitions- Revenue – expenses. Trail balance. Adjusting entries. Comleting acounting cyle- preparing  financial statements.

ATA 101 Atatürk’s Principles and History Of Turkish Revolution I (2+0) 2
Consepts and Ottoman Modernisation. Young Ottomans, I.-II. Ottoman Constitutional Periods. Development in Europe; Industrial Revolution and French Revolution. World War I and The Partition of The Ottoman Empire. Events after Moudrose Armistice. National Congress. Ottoman Last Parliament And the National Pact. Turkish National Assambly. The National Struggle1921-1922. Turkish Foreign Policy in National Struggle. Mudanya Armistice. Lousanne Peace Agreement.
The students can explain and comment the Consepts about the course and  Ottoman Modernisation movements,Young Ottomans, I.-II. Ottoman Constitutional Periods, Development occured in Europe (Industrial Revolution and French Revolution), World War I and The Partition of The Ottoman Empire, Events after Moudrose Armistice, National Congress, Ottoman Last Parliament And the National Pact,
Turkish National Assambly, The National Struggle1921-1922, Turkish Foreign Policy in National Struggle, Mudanya Armistice, Lousanne Peace Agreement

YD 101 - Foreign Language I (4+0)4
The basis of language. Introduction to meeting, starting the conversation, presentation of verbs, description of place and person, skills, references, and accepting offers, frequency adverbs, asking and answering questions, the past tense, regular and irregular verbs and the use of adverbs. 

BİL 1105 Computer Applications I (3+0) 3
Basic information about the computers. Basic hardware knowledge. Operating Systems: Windows XP mainly. Basic knowledge of computer networks. The use of the Internet. Introduction to word processing programs as applied in the laboratory.

TD 201 – Turkish Language I (2+0) 2
Definition of language,  language and culture. Languages in the world and Turkic languages. Historical development of Modern Turkish. Spelling. Phonetic. Morphology. Syntax. The end of the course, student, will know the relation of language and culture,  languages of the world and Turkic languages;  the student will can apply the rules of the spelling; the student will  can explain the phonetics, morphology and syntax of Turkish.

II. Semester

SBKY 1201 Political Science II (3+0) 3
This course is designed to provide an overview of the scope of the discipline of political science. It examines the basic concepts of political science by presenting different meanings attributed to those concepts as well as the competing theoretical perspectives within the context of the discipline. The objective of this course is to provide the students with neccessary knowledge and skills in order for them to compherent the basic concepts and theoretical perspectives within the discipline of political science. Upon successful completion of the course, a students is expected to Knowledge and Understanding: Be familiar with the basic concepts of political science. Understand and critically assess the basic theoretical approaches within the discipline. Skills: Develop the required analytical skills for understanding and assessing different approaches within the discipline. Develop the required analytical skills for critical thinking.

SBKY 1202 Public Administraiton (3+0) 3
The emergence and development of public administration as an independent field of study; the relations of public administration with other disciplines (particularly with political science and administrative law); similarities and differences of objectives and methods between public administration and business management; basic paradigmatic shifts in public administration; administrative-managerial procedures (functions) such as decision-making and policy making, planning, organising, communication, coordination, leadership, human resources, control, public relations, and the case studies related to the implementation of them in Turkey; administrative reform, organisation and method, the application of modern managerial approaches and techniques in public administration.

SBKY 1203 Constitutional Law (3+0) 3 
The main concern of constitution theory is listed as followings: the meaning and history of constitutional theory; the structure of constitution; superiority of constitution; law state and human rights; separation of power and the political system; the theory and institution of democracy; political power and government. 

İKT 1201 Introduction To Economics II (3+0) 3 
The Scope and Method of Macroeconomics,National Income and Growth,The Determination of National Income,Aggregate Demand and Fiscal Policy,Money and Banking,Aggregate Supply and  Price Level,Unemployment and Inflation,Basic Macroeconomic Models,Macroeconomic Issues and Policy.

İŞL 1202 Accounting II (3+0) 3
An Introduction to Accounting, What is accounting, Decision makers,Types of business organization,Accounting concepts and  principles,Financial reporting,Financial statements, Accounting equations and accounting of business transaction Ledger and journals, Expending accounting equisitions- Revenue – expenses, Trail balance, Adjusting entries Comleting acounting cyle- preparing  financial statements.

ATA 102 Atatürk’s Principle and History Of Turkish Revolution II (2+0) 2 
Political Reforms (Abolition of The Sultanate, The Proclamation of The Turkish Republic, The Abolition of The Caliphate. The Political Parties established during Atatürk’s Period and representanted in Turkish National Assembly and Political Events. Refom Movement in the Turkish Law System  During The Republican Era. Reform Movement in Turkish Education System. Reform Movement in Turkish  Economy. Atatürk’s Foreign Policy. Atatürk’s Principles. Turkey After Atatürk (Internal and Foreign Policy).

BİL 1206 Computer Applications II (3+0) 3
Basic spreadsheet and database operations. Statistical analysis package and its applications, establishment of decision models. Solver analysis package and its applications. 

YD 102 - Foreign Language II (4+0) 4
Moving the students to the Intermediate level. Skills to use the vocational and technical terms, practices on the translation of relevant texts. The Past and Future tenses, comparisons, problems, getting advice, and making suggestions, The Present tense and its different usages, some specific structures, teaching the use of adjectives and adverbs. 

TD 202 Turkish Language II (2+0) 2 
Common mistakes in usage of language. Written expression. Genres of written expression. Oral expression. Genres of oral expression. Preparation of scientific writings. The end of the course, student, will know  common mistakes in usage of language; the student will improve capacity of written and oral expression.