Mimarlık (İngilizce)
Ders İçerikleri


1. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH101 Architectural Project 1 0+8+0 10 Compulsory
In this context, the applications to be made within the scope of the course is designed to facilitate; ● To convey the architectural design culture and the basic and current concepts that make up this culture through the practice and theoretical narratives. ● To make the student comprehend the thinking-representation relationship, to associate the design idea indirectly/directly with different media and techniques. ● To introduce the student to the basic architectural terminology ● Developing an understanding of spatial perception by considering the scale, atmosphere and tectonic relations of the student. The course will be held with productions such as in-class drawing and model applications, homework, theoretical lectures, outdoor trips, portfolio and blog productions.
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ARCH103 Representation Techniques 2+2+0 6 Compulsory
The Course includes, how to transform the ideas of design in 2 and 3 dimensional drawing techniques.
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH105 Introduction to Architecture 1 3+0+0 4 Compulsory
The course, aims to discuss the necessary background knowledge and basic theoretical issues to start teaching architecture. It aims to re-establish the intellectual background of the student. The topics to be covered will enable the candidate architect to introduce himself/herself to topics that he/she does not encounter during a normal high school education. The aim is to develop the ability to think and discuss architecture on the basis of its sociality. The aim is not to convince existing theoretical explanations, but to teach them to approach them critically.
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ARCH109 Mathematics in Architecture 3+0+0 4 Compulsory
Basic tools of mathematics: Matrices, Vectors. Metric problems. Mathematical background for computer graphics.
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ARCH311 Occupational Health and Safety 1 1+1+0 2 Compulsory
Basic Concepts of Occupational Health and Safety, Risk Factors and Types, Surveillance of the Environment, Causes of Work Accidents and Occupational Diseases, Preventive Measures and Occupational Safety Culture
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
DIL101 General English 1 2+0+0 2 Compulsory
Students will be able to use basic daily expressions, to introduce themselves and second and third person, to ask and answer personal questions.
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
TRK101 Turkish Language 1 2+0+0 2 Compulsory
The relationship between language and thought, the relationship between language and culture, the importance of language in social life, the languages of the world and the place of Turkish among these languages; Turkish situation and problems; Turkish spelling rules; effective reading and listening; general rules of written and oral expression; intellectual order, paragraph and forms of expression; official correspondence.

2. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH102 Architectural Project 2 0+8+0 10 Compulsory
In this context, the applications to be made within the scope of the course is designed to facilitate; ● To convey the architectural design culture and the basic and current concepts that make up this culture through the practice and theoretical narratives. ● To make the student comprehend the thinking-representation relationship, to associate the design idea indirectly/directly with different media and techniques. ● To introduce the student to the basic architectural terminology ● Developing an understanding of spatial perception by considering the scale, atmosphere and tectonic relations of the student. The course will be held with productions such as in-class drawing and model applications, homework, theoretical lectures, outdoor trips, portfolio and blog productions.
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH106 Introduction to Architecture 2 3+0+0 4 Compulsory
The course, as the introduction of basic architectural concepts and theories, is a continuation of Introduction to Architecture 1 course. The primary academic aim is to raise the awareness that architecture is an intellectual practice, rather than a discipline of contstruction.
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ARCH110 Descriptive Geometry and Perspective 1+3+0 4 Compulsory
Lectures are carried out live through step by step drawings either free-hand or using drawing tools, on a chalk board or on an epidiascope.
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ARCH116 Digital Design 1 2+2+ 5 Compulsory
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ARCH411 Occupational Health and Safety 2 1+1+0 2 Compulsory
Labor Law, Occupational Health and Safety Basic Concepts, Risk Factors and Types, Environmental Surveillance, Causes of Work Accidents and Occupational Diseases, Preventive Measures and Occupational Safety Culture
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DIL102 General English 2 2+0+0 2 Compulsory
Students will be able to use basic structure about personal information, jobs, asking and giving directions, public transportation.
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SEG001 Manifest of İstinye 1 0+1+0 1 Compulsory
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TRK102 Turkish Language 2 2+0+0 2 Compulsory
Types of written expression, types of oral expression, scientific research methods, oral presentation types.

3. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH201 Architectural Project-III 0+8+0 10 Compulsory
It is an architectural design study developed together with its structure considering a subject with limited program and a site plan of the close environment.
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ARCH203 Traditional Construction Techniques 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
Structural definitions, the nature and methods of buildings, types of buildings; Soil mechanics and site investigation methods; Excavations and timbering, Design principles for solid structures, Foundations; Walls, Openings in walls, Water proofing at basements, Ground floor formation, Chimneys, Timber roof and simple hip roof for solid structure, Stairs and basic basement floor stairs
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ARCH205 History of Architecture-I 3+0+0 3 Compulsory
This survey type of course examines the history of architecture from the prehistoric period to the age of enlightenment with a chronological approach focusing on the monuments and the built enviroment of different cultures and regions.
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ARCH207 Theory of Structures-I 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
Force concept. Concurrent and parallel forces. Moment of a force and couple. Plane forces. Center of gravity, Supports, Load Types. Friction. Trusses. Cables. Moment of Inertia Internal forces. Stress-Strain. Axial force, shear force and torsion effect. Bending Moment. Elastic curve. Combined bending and axial force. Buckling.
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ARCH209 Digital Design 2 2+2+ 4 Compulsory
over the course of 14 weeks, in addition to providing the necessary technical skills for using various software, this course will also provide a beginner level introduction to the methods of modern motion graphic design.
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SEG002 Manifest of İstinye 2 0+1+0 1 Compulsory

4. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH202 Architectural Project-IV 0+8+0 10 Compulsory
It is an architectural design study developed together with its structure considering a subject with limited program and a site plan of the close environment.
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ARCH204 Theory of Structures-II 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
This course provides students with a basic knowledge of structural analysis and design for buildings, bridges and other structures.
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ARCH206 Building Technologies and Materials-II 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
Detailed planning of a reinforced concrete structure, assisted by lectures on structural concepts and details of relevant examples. Structural parts and elements that complement each other, the details of them, doors, windows, skylight, roof and roof finishings, chimney, wall and ceiling elements
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ARCH208 History of Architecture-II 3+0+0 3 Compulsory
This is a survey course to examine the architecture of the Islamic world from the beginnings to the 21st century with a chronological approach. The establishment and spread of Islam from the Arabian Peninsula to Europe, Asia and Africa and the cultural and regional changes will be reviewed with a focus on architecture through religious, public, palatial and other monuments.
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ARCH216 Urbanism and Architecture 3+0+ 3 Compulsory
An compulsory course which provides architecture students with an introductory knowledge about urbanism and planning in relation to architectural design.
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
SEG003 Manifest of İstinye 3 0+1+0 1 Compulsory

5. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH301 Architectural Project-V 0+8+0 10 Compulsory
It is an architectural design study developed together with its structure considering a subject with limited program and a site plan of the close environment.
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ARCH303 Urban Design-I 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
History and theory of urban design, urban design practice and its applications, urban design methods and tools, contemporary urban design methodologies for sustainable developments and urban design workshop.
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ARCH305 Conservation and Restoration in Historical Environment-I 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
The course consists of Theory and Practice sections. In the theory section, fundamental information about the concept of protection is given and evaluations are made through examples of applications. Analysis of the current state of a monumental cultural heritage with drawings and photographs (measured drawings) are expected.
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ARCH309 History of Architecture 3 3+0+0 3 Compulsory
Architectural history and theory on modernity from 18th century to 20th century
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ARCH381 Internship-I 0+0+0 2 Compulsory
Compulsory internship, which must be completed during the education period, is 30 working days. Internship can be completed in various application areas such as offices, construction sites, municipalities, archaeological excavation sites, etc. A report and evaluation form prepared at the end of the internship, which includes the internship activities, are received from the students during the semester.
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
SEG004 Manifest of İstinye 4 0+1+0 1 Compulsory

6. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH302 Architectural Project-VI 0+8+0 10 Compulsory
It is an architectural design study developed together with its structure considering a subject with limited program and a site plan of the close environment.
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ARCH304 Urban Design-II 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
History and theory of urban design, urban design practice and its applications, urban design methods and tools, contemporary urban design methodologies for sustainable developments and urban design workshop.
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ARCH306 Conservation and Restoration in Historical Environment-II 2+2+0 4 Compulsory
The course consists of Theory and Practice sections. In the theory section, fundamental information about the concept of protection is given and evaluations are made through examples of applications. Analysis studies of the current state of a monumental cultural heritage building which was started in the fall semester will be continued and finished as a progression of the class of 'Historic Environmental Protection and Restoration 1'.
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ARCH308 Topics in Contemporary Architecture 3+0+ 4 Compulsory
Discussion of the areas of the crisis of modernism after the Second World War.

7. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH401 Architectural Project 7 0+8+0 10 Compulsory
It is an architectural design study developed together with its structure considering a subject with limited program and a site plan of the close environment.
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ARCH403 Construction Project 0+4+0 6 Compulsory
Developing the building under certain rules and principles, starting from the design process.
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ARCH405 Urban and Planning Law 2+0+0 2 Compulsory
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ARCH481 Internship-II 0+0+0 2 Compulsory
Compulsory internship, which must be completed during the education period, is 30 working days. Internship can be completed in various application areas such as offices, construction sites, municipalities, archaeological excavation sites, etc. A report and evaluation form prepared at the end of the internship, which includes the internship activities, are received from the students during the semester.
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ATA101 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution 1 2+0+0 2 Compulsory
The Collapse of the Ottoman Empire, Tanzimat and Reform Edict, I. and II. Constitutional Era, Tripoli and Balkan Wars, Worl War I, Mudros Armistice, War of Independence; Amasya Circular, National Congresses, Establishment of Turkish Grand National Assembly, Declaration of Republic

8. Semester

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ARCH402 Construction Management Principles 2+2+0 5 Compulsory
Within the scope of the course, which will be conducted in the form of a series of seminars on various topics as stated below, a speaker will be invited each week on the subject to be discussed: -Professional practices: The working process of architectural offices, Architect - client relations (corporate / Individual), Construction site experiences, Building Cost / Management, Materials, Architecture Competitions and processes; -Relations with local / public administrations, Zoning Law, Regulations, bureaucracy relations, Civil Society and Architecture, Participation, Policy Making -Conservation, Ecology, Nature, landscape, Humanitarianism.
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ARCH491 Graduation Project 0+10+0 14 Compulsory
The student will carry out an architectural project independently but under the supervision of a jury. Graduation Project subject and schedule are announced in the first week of the semester. The process is carried out by a jury formed among faculty members. Depending on the number of students, one or more juries may be established. A faculty member is appointed as the Graduation Project Coordinator to ensure coordination between the juries. A total of four jury sessions are held during the semester, including a project meeting, two interim juries and a final jury. Apart from these jury sessions, it is necessary and obligatory for students to continue their work independently without assistance and guidance.
Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTSCompulsory/Elective
ATA102 Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution 2 2+0+0 2 Compulsory
Political revolutions, political parties and attempts to transition to multi - party political life, revolutions in the field of law, regulation of social life, innovations in economic field, Turkish foreign policy in the period 1923-1938, Post-Atatürk Turkish Foreign Policy


Department/Programme Elective Courses


Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTS
ARCH023 Architectural Photography 1+2+0 3
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ARCH032 Ecology and Architecture 0+3+0 3
As one of the actors who think, design and implement environments for living thingsnon-living components that make up the environment interact with each other. This course will explore ecology issues that will enable students to think about the nature-human, nature-culture relationship from the perspective of architecture.
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ARCH039 Earthquake Resistant Design 1+2+0 3
The course includes the explanation of all the issues that may affect the architectural design of the behavior during the earthquake, rather than explaining the engineering design and calculation methods
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ARCH058 Architectural Criticism 0+3+0 3
The course will introduce the students to critical thinking in architecture. The first part of the course will provide the students with a language to discuss and evaluate architecture. The second part of the course will cover readings on different approaches to role and function of architecture. A third part will present students with critical thinking in architecture, both through projects and texts. The students are then expected to develop critical approaches to their chosen architectural project, on which they will produce presentations and a final paper.
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ARCH070 Digital Fabrication 1+2+0 3
This course will be offered as a lecture/lab format with readings/lectures as well as hands on tutorials that introduce computational concepts, techniques and methods needed for completion of projects for approximately the first third of the semester. After this, the course will focus increasingly on digital fabrication processes and assembly. Students will produce a series of three fabrication projects with the tools and techniques covered in the course that communicate ideas and incorporate data of increasing complexity.
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ARCH077 Visionary Architecture 3+0+0 3
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ARCH081 Architecture and Cities in Cinema 3+0+ 3
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ARCH082 Vocabulary of Modern Architecture 3+0+ 3
The course will cover theoretical background to the emergence of modern architectural notions within 19th and 20th century discourses. The course will undertake discussion of these notions through examples of modern architecture and trace the history of their uses through the course of 20th and 21st centuries. The course covers readings of texts on modern architecture.
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ARCH085 High Performance Green Buildings and LEED Cerftification 3+0+ 3
Elective course for architecture students with professional English and communication skills. It is a weekly 3 hour course.
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ARCH086 History of Art 0+3+0 3
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ARCH087 Architecture and Art 2+0+0 3
The course opens perspectives into the in-between theoretical spaces of architecture and other arts, including visual, literary and performance arts.
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ARCH090 Exploring Space Through Visual Narratives 3+0+ 3
Having a practice of “seeing”, students will have a sense of visual culture through contemporary examples. Through experimentation and exploration of visual semiotics, they will investigate the techniques and approaches in photography and videography related narratives. Readings, exhibition visit, screenings and guest lecturer will contribute to the course. Students are expected to create a narrative about the place they choose and present it at the end of the semester.
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ARCH091 Video/Architecture 3+0+ 3
over the course of 14 weeks, students will be watching architecture- re lated movies, shown multiple examples and presentations , and will be expected to write short essays about the movies they watch during class or as part of their viewing assignments , as well as a fi nal essay about a movie from a predetermined li st , and pertaining to a particular topic in relation to the movie of their choice.
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ARCH092 Landcapes and Landmarks 3+0+ 3
The course aims to increase awareness on the rapidly changing concepts of “outstanding”, historic, everyday, urban, peri-urban, rural, cultural landscapes around us. Several examples of landscapes and the built environment from the early settlements of the prehistoric age to the monumental structures of the modern and contemporary era will be discussed.
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ARCH093 Parametric Design 3+0+ 3
This course will introduce students to the fundamentals of computational thinking and parametric modelling. The semester is organized around four stages that will combine various concepts such as NURBS modelling, data-handling and manipulation, form-finding and digital fabrication. The semester is organized to facilitate the timely completion of weekly tutorials, design tasks and a final project. To facilitate this outcome, the students will investigate diverse methods and experimental procedures that will involve arithmetic, geometry, design rules, materials, fabrication. In addition, the class is geared towards covering rigorous methodologies, procedures and theories of the digital age while covering a foundational understanding of parametric modelling and computational thinking and their complementary relation to design.
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ARCH094 Sections of İstanbul 3+0+ 3
This course is organized to introduce the built environment of Istanbul, within a geographical perspective supported site trips and readings.
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ARCH216 Urbanism and Architecture 3+0+ 3
An compulsory course which provides architecture students with an introductory knowledge about urbanism and planning in relation to architectural design.


University Elective Courses


Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTS
DIL501 English for Academic Purposes 1 4+0+0 5
Course content consists of activities aimed at improving the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills of the students.

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DIL502 English for Academic Purposes 2 4+0+0 5
Students follow the latest academic developments regarding their own fields, they read and analyze texts and articles and write essays . They prepare projects and do homeworks.

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DIL503 English for Academic Purposes 3 4+0+0 5

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DIL504 English for Academic Purposes 4 4+0+0 5

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DIL505 English for Academic Purposes 5 4+0+0 5

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DIL506 English for Academic Purposes 6 4+0+0 5

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DIL507 English for Academic Purposes 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL508 English for Academic Purposes 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL509 English for Academic Purposes 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL510 English for Academic Purposes 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL511 English for Specific Purposes 1 4+0+0 5
Basic knowledge and terminology related to the department, activities for the four basic skills of students, reading, writing, listening and speaking.

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DIL512 English for Specific Purposes 2 4+0+0 5
Reading, speaking, listening and writing activities related with the students fields according to their level of English.

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DIL513 English for Specific Purposes 3 4+0+0 5
Reading, speaking, listening and writing activities related with the students fields according to their level of English.

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DIL514 English for Specific Purposes 4 4+0+0 5
Advanced knowledge and terminology related to the department, activities for the four basic skills of students, reading, writing, listening and speaking.

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DIL515 English for Specific Purposes 5 4+0+0 5

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DIL516 English for Specific Purposes 6 4+0+0 5

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DIL517 English for Specific Purposes 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL518 English for Specific Purposes 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL519 English for Specific Purposes 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL520 English for Specific Purposes 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL601 French 1 4+0+0 5
Grammar and Vocabulary Basic language structures of French language; syntax, morphology, meaning, and expression skills. Reading To be able to understand the basic texts of simple level, to gain reading habit inside and outside the classroom. Writing To be able to recognize familiar words and simple sentences for concrete purposes. Speaking To introduce himself or someone else. Home, family, environment, etc. ask and answer basic questions. To be able to communicate in a basic way when the other person speaks slowly and clearly and is ready to repeat or reorganize to help communicate.

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DIL602 French 2 4+0+0 5
Grammar and Vocabulary Basic language structures of French language; syntax, morphology, meaning, and expression skills. Reading To be able to understand the basic texts of simple level, to gain reading habit inside and outside the classroom. Writing To write an introductory text, to use a variety of sentences in a meaningful way and by using the grammar, to start using the prepositions and conjunctions correctly and in place. Speaking Developing oral communication skills by using appropriate expressions and strategies for various verbal communication situations; development of speaking, speaking and listening comprehension by using speaking, current, original, auditory and audiovisual materials.

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DIL603 French 3 4+0+0 5
Dilbilgisi ve Kelime Fransız dilinin temel dil yapıları; söz dizimi, biçim bilgisi, anlam ve anlatım becerileri. Okuma İş, okul, boş zaman etkinlikleri, vb. gibi bilinen konularda standart konuşmanın ana noktalarını anlayabilme. Yazma Bilindik konularda veya kişisel ilgi alanlarında basit ve uyumlu bir metin üretebilme. Konuşma Bir olayı, bir deneyimi veya bir rüyayı anlatabilme; Bir isteği veya hedefi tanımlayabilme ve bir proje veya fikrin arkasındaki nedenleri veya açıklamaları ana hatlarıyla belirtebilme.

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DIL604 French 4 4+0+0 5
Grammar and Vocabulary Basic language structures of French language; syntax, morphology, meaning, and expression skills. Reading To gain intermediate reading skills by reading texts in the book, using cross-channel links and semantic changes; gaining reading habits by both curricular and extracurricular assignments. Writing Paragraph formats and structure; technical specifications of the paragraph; extraction of paragraph plan; description, comparison, discussion, summary writing, interpretation; short story writing. Speaking Developing oral communication skills by using appropriate expressions and strategies for various verbal communication situations; development of speaking, speaking and listening comprehension by using speaking, current, original, auditory and audiovisual materials.

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DIL605 French 5 4+0+0 5
Grammar and Vocabulary Raising awareness about the different meanings gained by language structures and vocabularies at text and context level. Reading Comprehending different perspectives by using original reading pieces such as newspapers, journals, reviews and academic articles; to gain a high level of reading skills such as predicting the links between the sentences and the main idea of the manuscript, reaching the main idea and using semantic clues; gaining reading habits and extracurricular reading habits; development of critical thinking skills based on the synthesis, analysis and evaluation of knowledge. Writing Paragraph formats and structure; technical specifications of the paragraph; paragraph analysis; extraction of paragraph plan; description, comparison, discussion, narration, text writing, summary writing, interpretation; short story, review paper (on books and / or movies) and official / informal letter writing. Speaking Developing oral communication skills by using appropriate expressions and strategies for various verbal communication situations; development of the ability to express emotions and thoughts effectively through conversation, presentation and discussion; development of speaking and listening comprehension using current, original, auditory and audiovisual materials.

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DIL606 French 6 4+0+0 5
Grammar and Vocabulary Raising awareness about the different meanings gained by language structures and vocabularies at text and context level. Reading Comprehending different perspectives by using original reading pieces such as newspapers, journals, reviews and academic articles; to gain a high level of reading skills such as predicting the links between the sentences and the main idea of the manuscript, reaching the main idea and using semantic clues; gaining reading habits and extracurricular reading habits; development of critical thinking skills based on the synthesis, analysis and evaluation of knowledge. Writing Paragraph formats and structure; technical specifications of the paragraph; paragraph analysis; extraction of paragraph plan; description, comparison, discussion, narration, text writing, summary writing, interpretation; short story, review paper (on books and / or movies) and official / informal letter writing. Speaking Developing oral communication skills by using appropriate expressions and strategies for various verbal communication situations; development of the ability to express emotions and thoughts effectively through conversation, presentation and discussion; development of speaking and listening comprehension using current, original, auditory and audiovisual materials.

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DIL607 French 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL608 French 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL609 French 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL610 French 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL611 Russian 1 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on basic vocavulary items and grammar structures in Russian. Daily conversational routines such as greeting, introducing yourself, asking the time, asking the prices of the products are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom.

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DIL612 Russian 2 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on basic vocavulary items and grammar structures in Russian. Daily conversational routines are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom.

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DIL613 Russian 3 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on vocavulary items and grammar structures in Russian. Daily conversational routines are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom. In addition, in order to improve students' writing skills, they are given a short writing exercise or homework in parallel to the subject every week.

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DIL614 Russian 4 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on intermediate vocabulary items and grammar structures in Russian. In addition to the daily speech patterns, activities that help the students to understand the written and oral input in Russian are used and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom.

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DIL615 Russian 5 4+0+0 5
Reading, writing, listening and speaking activities are done by focusing on upper intermediate level vocabulary items and grammar structures in Russian. Academic and vocational language structures are taught and practiced in the class as writing and speaking activities.

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DIL616 Russian 6 4+0+0 5
Reading, writing, speaking and listening activities are done by focusing on advanced vocabulary items and grammar structures in Russian. Focusing on academical, literary and critical texts, the skills of aggregating and reporting information from different academic sources coherently and clearly, understanding, analyzing and reflecting on Russian literary texts are developed.

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DIL617 Russian 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL618 Russian 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL619 Russian 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL620 Russian 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL621 Spanish 1 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Spanish speaking countries.

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DIL622 Spanish 2 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Spanish speaking countries.

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DIL623 Spanish 3 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving pre-intermediate level effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Spanish speaking countries.

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DIL624 Spanish 4 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Spanish speaking countries.

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DIL625 Spanish 5 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Spanish speaking countries.

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DIL626 Spanish 6 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Spanish speaking countries.

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DIL627 Spanish 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL628 Spanish 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL629 Spanish 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL630 Spanish 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL631 Chinese 1 4+0+0 5
The course is an introduction to the basic fundamentals of Chinese. It is designed for students who have very limited to no background in the Chinese language, and will cover basic language skills in speaking, reading, writing, and listening.

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DIL632 Chinese 2 4+0+0 5
Introduction to spoken and written Chinese, providing practice in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar

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DIL633 Chinese 3 4+0+0 5
This course is designed for students who have some knowledge of the Chinese language.

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DIL634 Chinese 4 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on intermediate vocabulary items and grammar structures in Chinese. In addition to the daily speech patterns, activities that help the students to understand the written and oral input in Chinese are used and practiced as group or pair-work activities in the classroom.

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DIL635 Chinese3 4+0+0 5
Practical knowledge of communication skills will be provided such as optative verbs, asking about time, sentences with serial verb phrases, alternative question, particles and similar topics.

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DIL636 Chinese 4 4+0+0 5
Practical knowledge of communication skills will be provided such as change money, describe a place one has visited, borrow or return books, make a new friend, comparing things, buying clothes, going to the post office, describing things, talking about hobbies, present perfect, asking for reasons and welcoming the New Year .

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DIL637 Chinese 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL638 Chinese 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL639 Chinese 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL640 Chinese 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL641 Arabic 1 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Arabic speking countries.

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DIL642 Arabic 2 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Arabic speking countries.

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DIL643 Arabic 3 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Arabic speking countries.

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DIL644 Arabic 4 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Arabic speking countries.

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DIL645 Arabic 5 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Arabic speking countries.

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DIL646 Arabic 6 4+0+0 5
This course covers improving basic effective communication skills through reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also covers cultural beliefs, values and various aspects of everyday life in Arabic speking countries.

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DIL647 Arabic 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL648 Arabic 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL649 Arabic 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL650 Arabic 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL651 Turkish 1 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on basic vocavulary items and grammar structures in Turkish. Daily conversational routines such as greeting, introducing yourself, asking the time, asking the prices of the products are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom.

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DIL652 Turkish 2 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on basic vocavulary items and grammar structures in Turkish. Daily conversational routines are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom.

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DIL653 Turkish 3 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on vocavulary items and grammar structures in Turkish. Daily conversational routines are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom. In addition, in order to improve students' writing skills, they are given a short writing exercise or homework in parallel to the subject every week.

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DIL654 Turkish 4 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on vocavulary items and grammar structures in Turkish. Daily conversational routines are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom. In addition, in order to improve students' writing skills, they are given a short writing exercise or homework in parallel to the subject every week.

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DIL655 Turkish 5 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on vocavulary items and grammar structures in Turkish. Daily conversational routines are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom. In addition, in order to improve students' writing skills, they are given a writing exercise or homework in parallel to the subject every week.

Course CodeCourse Name(T+A+L)ECTS
DIL656 Turkish 6 4+0+0 5
Mainly reading and listening activities are done by focusing on vocavulary items and grammar structures in Turkish. Daily conversational routines are taught and practiced as group or pair activities in the classroom. In addition, in order to improve students' writing skills, they are given a writing exercise or homework in parallel to the subject every week.

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DIL657 Turkish 7 4+0+0 5

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DIL658 Turkish 8 4+0+0 5

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DIL659 Turkish 9 4+0+0 5

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DIL660 Turkish 10 4+0+0 5

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DIL661 Italian 1 4+0+0 5

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DIL662 Italian 2 4+0+0 5

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DIL671 German 1 4+0+0 5

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DIL672 German 2 4+0+0 5

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UNI001 Alternative and Renewable Energy 3+0+0 5

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UNI002 Introduction to Anthropology 3+0+0 5

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UNI003 Mistakes in Nutrition 3+0+0 5
To understand the effects of popular diets on health as having knowledge about adequate, balanced and sustainable nutrition concepts.

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UNI005 Introduction to Contemporary Art 3+0+0 5
What is art? What is Contemporary Art? Understanding Modern Art Abstract Expressionism & American Modernism Transformation of Everyday Objects Art Object, Space, Spectator: Minimalism to Installation Art Conceptual Art: Dematerialization of the Art Object Feminist Approaches in Art Practices The Ends of Art: Warhol, Pop Art and Consumer Culture The Art World and Its Others Body and Performance Art Participatory Art: Relational Art and Social Concerns in Art Practice Art and Globalisation

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UNI006 Digital Media Literacy 3+0+0 5
Digital literacy and media literacy are of paramount importance in today's world for competent use and understanding of digital media and awareness of rights. When it comes to literacy, the first thing that comes to mind is reading, writing, speaking and listening. However, today people use new expression and communication techniques different from the old ones. Digital literacy training aims to be able to access data in real and virtual environments correctly for the desired purpose and to use it efficiently with the right method.

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UNI007 Entrepreneurship in Dietetics 3+0+0 5
To have knowledge about basic entrepreneurship and marketing concepts by conducting the course with Question-Answer-Discussion in class environment.

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UNI008 History of Thought 3+0+0 5

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UNI009 Effective Speech and Diction 3+0+0 5
Introducing breath, sound, and condensation devices; exercises for associating breath, sound, and dithering devices; Turkish speaking language rules; Turkish speaking rules; Differences in Turkish spoken language and writing language; Differences in Turkish spoken language and writing language; exercises on the association of breath, voice, sounding devices and speech rules on various texts; exercises on the association of breath, voice, accompaniment devices and speech rules on various texts.

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UNI010 Effective Speaking and Presentation Techniques 3+0+0 5

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UNI0101 Global World Economic Look 3+0+ 5
Every region and country in the world has different cultures. In this course, general definition of Globalization, Global institutions, Privatization, how different political, economic and legal systems affect countries, country examples: Trade policies of USA, China, India, Russia, Venezuela, Malaysia, African countries, international organizations, property rights, innovation and entrepreneurship concepts, economic concepts, organizations in our country, for an entrepreneur, are explained with current examples.

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UNI011 Introduction to Philosophy 3+0+0 5
Basic philosophical matters; history of philosophy in light of great philosophers’ approaches and thoughts; philosophers to different fields like ethics, knowledge and the nature ever since the era of Ancient Greeks.

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UNI012 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3+0+0 5
The entrepreneurial thinking structure is becoming more and more important not only for start-ups but also for in-company breakthroughs. On the other hand, the priorities of Turkey and the World effects and offers opportunities and threats to these entrepreneurial ideas. With this approach, fundamentals of entrepreneurship, change, and the priority issues in the world will be explained to students on an introductory level regardless of the program. Although mainly all entrepreneurship discussion focuses on the business world, it aims to convey a general understanding with different case reports.

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UNI014 Introduction to New Media 3+0+0 5
This course offers a comprehensive approach to the rapidly evolving new media technology and environment. Conceptualizing new media as new forms of participatory culture, sources of information and entertainment, platforms for social engagement, a means for artistic expression, and tools of government, this course explores the influence of new media technology in transforming culture and society. Topics may include, social media, digital game, digital media art, digital and citizen journalism, digital transformation of television and cinema, and social control in the digital age, and others.

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UNI016 Persuasion and Effective Communication 3+0+0 5

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UNI017 Communication Methods 3+0+0 5
In the content of the course, the concept of communication, communication tools and types of communication take place in both historical and social process. In addition, the students' communication skills and practices to improve the use of the course is covered.

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UNI018 Sign Language 3+0+0 5

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UNI019 Introduction to Business 3+0+0 5

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UNI020 Preventive Health and Health Literacy 3+0+0 5

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UNI021 Leadership Strategies 3+0+0 5
Basic concepts of leadership, leadership styles, teories, crisis & leadership, strategic leadership, gender & leadership, entrepreneur leadership, ethical leadership topics will be discussed. Case studies will be analyzed.

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UNI022 Logistic Management 3+0+0 5

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UNI023 Media Literacy 3+0+0 5
With the power of the media, the effect of the mass media on societies, the shaping of the changing and developing mass media in the globalization process according to the new world order and new discourses, the pressures on the media, the influence of the states, the democratization of the media and the censorship mechanisms, freedom of expression, personality rights, information public interest, written and visual media critical reading / viewing in the world and approach to media literacy in Turkey.

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UNI025 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3+0+0 5
Entrepreneurs are in the focus of the course. In this context, the nature of the environment in which an entrepreneur operates and the characteristics of an entrepreneur manager are covered. This course will focus on the conceptual framework of entrepreneurship, priority areas, basic functions, financing, process, culture, local and international context of entrepreneurship. Students will be able to identify and develop the entrepreneurship features that exist in this course.

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UNI026 Post-Apocalyptic Narrative 3+0+0 5

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UNI027 Psychological Skills 3+0+0 5

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UNI029 Health Economics 3+0+0 5
Introduction to Health Economics, Health and Health Status, Health Economics and Development, Supply and Supply of Health Services, Demand and Health Services Request, Health Care Market, Sustainable Development and Health, Health Services Finance Systems, Performance and Reimbursement Systems in Health Services, Health Sector and Economic Planning, Economic Evaluation in Health Services, Turkey Analysis Health Expenditures, Current Issues and Problems in the Health Sector, Relationship Between Circular Economy and Health Environment.

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UNI030 Healthy Life and Physical Activity 3+0+0 5
Health, Physical activity and its basic elements. The importance of physical activity in industrial environments, chronic diseases, different age groups. Different forms of exercise. Waist and neck schools.

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UNI031 Technological Transformation in Defense Industry 3+0+0 5
To examine the development process of our national defense industry, the legislation, human resources, organizational structure and financial resources of our defense industry, to analyze the necessity of a domestic and national defence industry with students, the defense industry. To provide information about the trainings given in our country, to examine technology and Resources and Development Management Activities, to analyze the project management process, clustering and completed project processes, to introduce warfare, weapons and tools.

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UNI032 Introduction to Sociology 3+0+0 5
A grasp of sociological themes. Familiarity with the founders of Sociology, as well as the later theoreticians.Having the gift of sociological imagination vis-a-vis any situations involving social issues. Being aware of the versatility of cultures and the relativity of socialization processes, depending on different spots on our planet. Being free of prejudices and a champion of acceptance, accordingly.

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UNI033 International Organizations 3+0+0 5
Starting from the 19th century, international organizations started to take place in the international system as well as states. Global and regional international organizations, established with the aim of eliminating the disasters caused by the two world wars and the negativities they caused, added a new dimension to international relations.

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UNI034 Management Skills 3+0+0 5
This course is encompasses basic management/management skills, decision making and problem solving, groups & teams and management, motivation and motivation management, delegation, leadership approaches, leadership and managerial identity.

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UNI036 Heuristik Optimization 3+0+0 5

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UNI037 Monumental Structures of Istanbul 3+0+0 5
Historical buildings built in different periods and areas to consolidate doing theoretical work, the environment we live in / create awareness to recognize the history of the city and works with culture, history provides us historically and culturally to exit with

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UNI038 Cinematographic Space Readings 3+0+0 5

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UNI039 Introduction to Data Science 3+0+0 5

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UNI040 Computational Matrix Operations 2+2+ 5

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UNI041 Sign Language 1 3+0+0 5
Main subject matters of this course are process of communication with hearing impaired person, culture of hearing impaired people, communication limits, basic education of sign language, program of TİD. Individual needs and features should be determinant in the education of hearing impaired individuals, according to developing technology and experiences. Therefore, it is aimed with this course to teach students basic knowledge and capacity of communicating with hearing impaired individuals by using TİD.

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UNI042 Sign Language 2 3+0+0 5
Main subject matters of this course are process of communication with hearing impaired person, culture of hearing impaired people, communication limits, basic education of sign language, program of TİD. Individual needs and features should be determinant in the education of hearing impaired individuals, according to developing technology and experiences. Therefore, it is aimed with this course to teach students basic knowledge and capacity of communicating with hearing impaired individuals by using TİD.

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UNI043 Civil Responsibility and Project 3+0+0 5

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UNI044 Business Ethics 3+0+0 5
Related issues and topics about to build up the awareness for ethics concepts in business life, to show the importance of business ethics implementations, to develop skills in participant to give business decisions concede ring the ethical values, to be able to evaluate business decisions using ethics values.

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UNI045 Heuristik Optimization 3+0+0 5
"Why are we watching TV?" Starting from the question, many issues will be scrutinized, from the function of spreading ideology to the uniformization of the masses, from the ability to create opinion and obedience, to being a commercial tool. In this context, the main topics of the course are television and representation, sexism, speciesism, television as a popular culture producer, rating system, television dramatization, TV's contribution to social memory and television narrative in general.

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UNI047 Employee Behaviors in Health Organizations 3+0+0 5
Attitudes and job satisfaction; emotions and moods; personality and values; perception and attribution process; motivation and leadership; group and team working; power and politics in organizations

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UNI048 Strategic Forecasting 3+0+0 5

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UNI050 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 3+0+0 5
The goal of this course for each student is: To learn the concept of artificial intelligence, used methods and related application issues with different field examples.

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UNI052 Media Management 3+0+0 5
The topics and that are related to media management.

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UNI054 Genetic Counseling and Ethics 3+0+0 5

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UNI056 Communication in the Child 3+0+ 5

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UNI057 Philosophy of science 3+0+ 5

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UNI059 Science and Philosophy 3+0+ 5

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UNI060 Film Reading 3+0+ 5
Specific film genres, directors, movements and styles, national cinemas, historical periods, directors, film culture in the context of new technologies, cultural studies and cinema, gender and cinema, film and media culture, philosophy and cinema, film industry, music and cinema, image and sound in cinema, film adaptations, cinema and social change, alternative cinemas are among the topics to be covered in the course.

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UNI061 Occupational health and Safety 3+0+ 5
Basic Concepts of Occupational Health and Safety, Risk Factors and Types of Risk, Inspection of Environment, Occupational Accident and Reasons for Occupational Diseases, Preventives and Occupational Safety Culture

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UNI064 Information and Communication Systems Literacy 3+0+0 5

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UNI065 Medical Terminology 3+0+0 5

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UNI066 Effective Speech and Diction 3+0+0 5

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UNI067 Branding in Nutrition 3+0+ 5

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UNI068 Lifelong Psychology 3+0+ 5

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UNI069 Competence in Business Life 3+0+ 5

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UNI073 Scientific and Philosophy 3+0+ 5

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UNI076 Creative Writing 3+0+ 5

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UNI077 Gender 3+0+ 5
The basic concepts and theories related to gender roles, the relations between gender roles and family, education, the body, media, violence, and city life, movie analyses and linking the basic gender role concepts and theories with daily life events.

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UNI079 Scientific Writing Skills 3+0+ 5
The course includes the communicating in professional settings by effective language, asking a research question, reviewing the literature, seeking and using academic reference, ethical principles in science, the examination of a scientific paper, notification, and thesis.

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UNI080 Psychology Readings 3+0+ 5

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UNI085 Historical Buildings of Istanbul 3+0+ 5

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UNI086 History of Art and Culture 3+0+ 5

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UNI088 Digital Production and Editing 3+0+ 5

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UNI089 3D Modelling and Autodesk Maya 3+0+ 5

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UNI090 2D Cartoon Animation 3+0+ 5

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UNI091 Societies Architecture Istanbul 3+0+ 5

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UNI092 Parallel Programming (C) 3+0+ 5

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UNI093 management and organization 3+0+ 5
Basic concepts related to management and organization, management and management, leadership concepts, management approaches, Classical management approaches, scientific management approach, management process approach, bureaucracy approach, neo-classical management approach, modern management approaches, system approach, contingency approach, post-modern management thought, management functions, organizations, contemporary organizations, organizational structures, organizational behavior management

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UNI094 research methods 3+0+ 5
Definition of Science, Basic Concepts, Qualitative and Quantitative Data Collecting Methods, Research Process, Measuring and Scaling, Sampling, Data Analysis, Research Proposal, Ethic.

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UNI095 Career Development Planning and Management 3+0+ 5
Career concept, career planning and stages,Individual career development, developing a personal career strategy,Career planning model, career options related to teaching fields; Preparing a curriculum vitae (CV) and types of résumé, CV format and examples, Important points to keep in minds while preparing a CV, Make cover letters for resumes introducing theirselves, promotional letters, methods and types of job interview preparation to job interview, and stages, Situations that may be encountered in interviews; Question types, body language signs.

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UNI096 Professional Ethics 3+0+ 5
Ethical and Moral Concepts, Historical Process of Ethics, The Importance of Business Ethics, Business Ethics and Ethical Approaches, Ethical Decision Making and Ethical Leadership in Organizations, Ethics in Organizations and Its Importance, Education and Code of Ethics in terms of Business Ethics

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UNI097 Criminology 3+0+ 5

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UNI099 Introduction to Computer Science 2+0+1 5

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UNI100 Business Intelligence and Data Management 3+0+ 5

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UNI102 Health Communication 3+0+ 5
Definition of Healthcare Communication, Features of Health Communication as a Multidisciplinary Field, Activity of Healthcare Communication, Main Theories and Models in Healthcare Communication, Healthcare Communications between people, Healthcare Communication Campaign Process, Social Communication in Healthcare Communication, Public Relations, Risk Communication and Advocacy in Media, Health Literacy and Critical Healthcare Communication, Media and Health, Healthcare Communication and Ethics, (Communication Skills between Patient and Physician Internal and External Customers)

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UNI103 Health Marketing 3+0+ 5
The content of the course is aimed to explain the basic marketing functions in the healthcare sector and to explain the basic features and consumer behaviors related to marketing activities in the healthcare sector to the students.

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UNI107 Media Broadcasting Applications  3+0+ 5
How do the Radio-TV-Newspapers and Digital Media works. Basic information about the Technology-Economy and content production in media. An industrial look to media.

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UNI108 Consumer Behavior 3+0+ 5
In the context of the Consumer Behavior course, the concept of consumption, the concept of consumer society, the socio-psychological and economic dynamics of consumer behavior in the consumer society, consumer behavior models, consumer purchasing decision process, perception-persuasion-attitude concepts and the relationship between consumer behaviors are discussed.

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UNI109 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3+0+ 5
The entrepreneurial thinking structure is becoming more and more important not only for start-ups but also for in-company breakthroughs. On the other hand, the priorities of Turkey and the World effects and offers opportunities and threats to these entrepreneurial ideas. With this approach, fundamentals of entrepreneurship, change, and the priority issues in the world will be explained to students on an introductory level regardless of the program. Although mainly all entrepreneurship discussion focuses on the business world, it aims to convey a general understanding with different case reports.

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UNI110 Sustainable Development 3+0+ 5
This course deals with the concept of Sustainable development, which is the organizing principle for meeting human development goals while simultaneously sustaining the ability of natural systems to provide the natural resources and ecosystem services based upon which the economy and society depend. Sustainable development differs from the notion of sustainability by adding in the ‘future’ factor. Although sustainable development is a huge topic with many subsections, the course aims to establish the ground for the understanding of the concept via the relevant terminology and an coverage of the global Sustainable Development Goals.

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UNI112 Employee Behaviors and Current Issues in Health Organizations 3+0+ 5
Examining positive and negative organizational attitudes and behaviors that arise in the Health Organization and, discussing current literature topics such as stress, conflict, power and politics, organizational culture and communication etc.

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UNI114 Cancer Biology 3+0+ 5
Nutritional applications of cancer, cancer treatment, clinic, treatment, cancer patients, nutrition, nutrition and nutritional components of cancer and their effects on the process, nutritional support products used in cancer patients and nutritional carcinogens.

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UNI115 Academic Reading and Writing Skills in Speech and Language Therapy 3+0+ 5
This course; Meeting Article list sharing Sharing of course process and content, What is an article?, Critical Reading and Thinking Methods, Critical Reading and Thinking Methods, Academic Reading Process, Academic Text Analysis, Explanation, Description, Lecture, Speed ​​Reading Techniques, Analytical Reading, Sample article suggestions and discussion, Sample article suggestions and discussion, Analytical Reading and Writing, Reading Workshop, Reading Workshop; includes topics.

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UNI116 Civil Responsibility and Project Practice 3+0+ 5
The course provides the basic information necessary to develop and conduct projects in the academic field, in the context of grant programs or the private sector. In this context, the relationship between the project and routine work will be covered. The analysis steps needed to plan the projects: “Problem Analysis”, “Goal Analysis”, “Stakeholder Analysis” and “Strategy Analysis” will be explained. The following planning steps should also be performed: “Planning of Activities”,” Planning of Costs”,” Preparation of the Basic Project Plan. Thus, participants will gain the basic skills necessary to develop and implement projects in different areas.

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UNI117 Communication in Health 3+0+ 5
• New media use and health communication dimension for health institutions and health workers. • What are new media and traditional media? How is new media different from traditional media? What are the characteristics of both new media users and new media followers? • What is health communication? Why is it important? How is health communication carried out in perceiving and conveying true and false messages about health? Why is a separate language and expertise needed in terms of communication in the field of health? • What is the impact/power of the new media in the field of health? What is the situation in Turkey and in the world? • Why and how should health centers and health workers use the new media? What are the tricks in content production? How to make news in new media? How to make news? • How should information and statements be conveyed? How is the new media directed and managed in order to increase the health literacy level of the public? How is the language of health communication used? What are the prohibitions and pollution elements in new media?

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UNI118 Occupational health and Safety 3+0+ 5
Health and Safety Culture, Basic Consepts of Occupational Health and Safety, Rights and Liabilities, Source of Danger in Workplaces, Risk Assesment, Occupational Accident and Occupational Diseas, Principle of Basic First Aid

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UNI119 Computer Aided Design with Autodesk Revit 4++ 5

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UNI120 Computer Aided Design with Autodesk 3D Max 4++ 5

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UNI121 Comp. Aided Architectural Design with Allplan 4++ 5

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UNI122 3D Modelling via Allplan 4++ 5

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UNI123 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 3+0+ 5

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UNI125 Event management 3+0+ 5
This course covers, the emergence of activities as applications, progress, examples, researches, planning, designing and evaluation and puts emphasis on the phases. While dealing with Efficiency Management which is a group activity, several examples of case studies will be analyzed.

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UNI126 Personalized Medicine 2+0+ 5

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UNI127 Traditional and Complementary Medicine 2+0+ 5

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UNI132 Human and Microbiota Engineering as a Metaorganism 3+0+0 5

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UNI134 Clinical Studies on Medicinal Plants 3+0+0 5

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UNI137 Kozmetik Ürünlerde Güvenlik Değerlendirmesi 3+0+0 5

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UNI138 Interdisciplinary Health Literacy 3+0+0 5

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UNI139 In-Silico Drug Affinity 3+0+0 5

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UNI140 Evidence-Based Life 3+0+0 5

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UNI142 Advertising and Consumption 3+0+0 5
Globalization, capitalism, commodification, alienation, consumer society and advertising

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UNI144 storytelling with data in business life 3+0+0 5

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UNI145 Public Relations and Publicity in Health Institutions 3+0+0 5
Public Relations and Definition of Definition, Its Purposes, Functions and Its Importance for Health Institutions, Facts Directing the Development of Public Relations and Publicity Discipline in Health Institutions, The Role and Importance of Public Relations in Health Institutions, Reputation Management in the Recognition and Promotion Activities of Health Institutions, Corporate Social Responsibility Studies, Sponsorship Activities, Event Management, Development of Media and Press Relations, Corporate Publishing, Leader Communication and Lobbying

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UNI146 Sustainable Life 3+0+0 5
Sustainable Living is a system-based and multi-disciplinary approach that tries to understand the relationship between the human and nature and the corresponding effects on society and economy. This course provides an understanding on an individual, social and global scale by associating our daily preferences with the events we observe or are told to us. In doing so, the city, which is in sustainable life, tells about all applications from the business world to the university.

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UNI147 Brand Management 3+0+0 5

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UNI148 Uncertainty and Change Management 3+0+0 5
The core of organizational change management is a thorough knowledge of how to successfully introduce change to people. In this course, students will learn how to clearly define roles and responsibilities and handle resistance to change, to explore the impact of organizational change management. They will gain the knowledge to help people transition through change and the key activities for effective organizational change management.

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UNI152 Introduction to Optimization 3+0+0 5

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UNI153 Financial Literacy 3+0+0 5
Financial literacy concept, basic concepts of finance and economy, interest calculations, financial system, money and capital markets, financial instruments, cash budget, break-even analysis, alternative financial resources, investment decisions.

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UNI154 Financial Analysis 3+0+0 5
Presentation of general information about financial statements, main financial statements; analysis of financial statement report and income statement, supplementary statements, financial analysis techniques and application of these techniques to basic financial tables, analysis of ratios and financial tables.

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UNI155 Turkish Constitutional Law 3+0+0 5
Within the scope of this course, the general principles and basic concepts of constitutional law are explained at a level that will be the basis for Turkish Constitutional Law studies. The Ottoman-Turkish constitutional developments, the basic features of the constitutions used by the Republic of Turkey until today's constitution, and the constitutional amendments are conveyed to the student as information about the history of the Turkish Constitution. The 1982 Constitution, which is in force today, is examined with all its parts, especially in the context of the structure and functions of the legislative, executive and judicial organs. The constitutionality review of the Constitutional Court, individual applications and criminal jurisdiction are among the topics covered in the course.

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UNI156 Introduction to Legal Science 3+0+0 5
Within the scope of this course, the rules regulating social life are explained, and the difference and importance of legal rules are emphasized. The definitions of the concepts of law and justice are made. The rights and responsibilities recognized by law and the conditions of rights and capacity to act are taught in order to have these rights and responsibilities. The distinction between public law and private law, which are the main branches of law, is given, and the sub-branches of these main branches of law are introduced. Information is given about the high courts, first instance courts and judicial institutions in the Turkish Judicial System, and the authorities and responsibilities of the people involved in this judicial structure are explained.

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UNI157 Entrepreneurship and marketing 3+0+0 5
The course will be explained and followed from the prepeared booklet. In the general classroom eviroment, questions, answers and discussions will be studied, participation in the course will be 30%. Average score of passing: “60”

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UNI158 General Training Knowledge 3+0+0 5
This course covers the basic concepts of training, the features aimed to be developed by training, the effect of training on the organism, training planning principles, the relationship between load and rest and general load principles, conditional features and training methods.

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UNI160 Sports Terminology 3+0+0 5
Definition of Sports-Specific Concepts, Dominance of Branches

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UNI161 Disabled and Sports 3+0+0 5
Disability related concepts Plan and program information according to the individual characteristics of the disabled student Appropriate material knowledge in sports practices of persons with disabilities Ability to take individual security measures during the event

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UNI162 Addiction 3+0+0 5
Definitions of addiction, types of addiction, Risk factors and protective factors in family, peer group and social context that prepare the person for substance addiction process, Tobacco addiction, Alcohol and substance addiction, Principles of healthy life Rational use of technology, withdrawal syndrome and emergencies, Preventive substance addiction scope of studies, Laws on Alcohol and Prohibited Substance use, General information about addiction treatment and self-help groups

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UNI163 Using medicine with care 3+0+0 5

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UNI164 Patient Safety 3+0+0 5
And general information, the importance of patient safety, patient safety in the world and Turkey, problems with patient safety, ethics, patients and relatives security, Preventing Medication Errors, Accreditation and risk management, prevention of falls, Blood and Blood Products Preventing Transfusion Errors, employees will learn to provide security and application examples.

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UNI165 Children in Hospitals and Health Institutions 3+0+0 5
Developmental and mental states of children aged 0-18 who are inpatients and apply to other health institutions with normal and different development, planning methods for preparing sick children for hospital life, child-family-personnel interaction, diagnosis and preparation of children and families for surgery, in hospital Children's rights issues will be discussed.

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UNI166 Holistic Approach in Science 3+0+0 5
An elective course that provides a holistic perspective in science, research approaches, and methodologies skills. It is a weekly 2-hour course.

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UNI167 Learning and Behaviour 3+0+0 5

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UNI168 History of Civilization 1 3+0+0 5

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UNI169 Occupational health and Safety 3+0+ 5

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UNI171 Online Political Communication 3+0+0 5

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UNI172 Nutrition and Genetics 3+0+ 5

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UNI173 Holistic Approach to Health 3+0+ 5

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UNI175 Digital Game Design 3+0+ 5

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UNI176 History of Civilization 2 3+0+ 5

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UNI177 Animation Based Game Design (Unity Engine) 3+2+ 5

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UNI178 3D Character Modeling for Games 3+2+ 5

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UNI179 Industrial and Architectural Modeling (3ds Max) 3+2+ 5

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UNI180 Graphic Design Applications 2+2+ 5

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UNI181 Technical Project Management 2+2+ 5

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UNI183 Industry 4.0 and Leadership 3+0+ 5

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UNI184 Financial Literacy for Non Finance Proffessionals 3+0+ 5

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UNI185 Negotiation Techniques 3+0+ 5

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UNI186 Film Culture 3+0+ 5
This course provides an introductory survey of film as a distinct art form that has the ability to reflect, critique, reshape, and impact society and culture. In the course, film narrative formulation and its major formal elements of film: mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing, and sound design are discussed. Besides this, the terminology to critically examine and analyze film, across a variety of genres, in its relationship to various aspects of society and culture (violence, race, class, gender and sexuality, etc.) are also discussed.

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UNI189 Turkey's Competitive Advantage 3+0+ 5

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UNI190 Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategies 3+0+ 5
The content of this course consists of Search Engine Ads, Search Engine Optimization, Web concept, Social Media and changing e-commerce trends in digital environment. Data and applications for the digitalization of the 4P approach, defined as marketing mix, are presented. In addition, digital brand and digital marketing trends are discussed in a world where social media has transformed from content to e-commerce environment.

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UNI191 E Business 3+0+ 5
E-Commerce Business Models and Marketplaces, E-Commerce Payment Solutions, Logistics and Fulfillment for E-Commerce, Legal & Ethical & Tax Issues, Interface Design and User Experience, E-Commerce Security, Strategy and Global Issues in E-Commerce.

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UNI194 Problem Solving Techniques 3+0+ 5
Problems , matrix systems, team work , problem solving tools , quality tools

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UNI196 Branding in Dietetics 3+0+ 5

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UNI197 Toxic Substances in Nutrients 2+0+ 5
Food safety, related regulations and legal regulations, food additives, toxic substances in foods due to various reasons and their effects, natural contaminants and their effects, pesticides and heavy metals, food allergy

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UNI198 Article Reading and Review 2+0+ 5
Scientific publication resources (Journals and search engines) Literature search, article types and features, article reading and evaluation

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UNI199 Transculturel Nursing 2+0+ 5
Culture, Nursing and Culture, Intercultural Nursing Care, Intercultural Nursing Models, Intercultural Communication

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UNI200 Health and Media 3+0+ 5

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UNI201 Management in a Crisis Period 3+0+ 5
Definition of crisis, preparation for crisis, methods to get protected from crisis, management at crisis, planning and organization after crisis.

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UNI202 Volunteering Studies 1+2+ 5
Management and Organization Concepts; The Concept of Volunteering and Volunteer Management; Basic Volunteering fields (Disaster and Emergency, Environment, Education and Culture, Sports, Health and Social Services etc.); Project Development and Participation in Volunteer Work in the Field; Ethics, Moral, Religious, Traditional Values and Principles in Voluntary Work, Participation in Voluntary Work in Public Institutions, Local Administrations and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO); Risk Groups and Volunteering in Society; Immigrants and Volunteering

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UNI204 Metropolises of the World: Modernity and Architecture 3+0+0 5

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UNI205 Folding Techniques Analysis and Design 3+0+0 5

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UNI208 Climate and Action Change 3+0+0 5
Environment and Climate Change course has begun to affect both our individual daily life, the society we live in and the business world more and more. During the course, subjects related to natural resources, primarily water and energy, and the consequences of environmental pollution, such as climate change, will be studied. In addition to the global situation on all these issues, current developments for Turkey and Istanbul will also be examined.

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UNI209 Diplomacy History 3+0+0 5
World War I, revolution in Russia, general situation of post-war Europe, the road to war, World War II, Cold War, bipolar world.

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UNI210 Entrepreneurship Applications 3+0+0 5
Giving theoretical information about entrepreneurship and business planning, examination of successful business models, preparation business plan and presentation.

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UNI211 Human Resources Management 3+0+0 5
Definition and functions of human resources management, HRM. HRM affecting functions, employee procurement, job application, interview techniques, employee training, career management and career planning, performance appraisal and performance appraisal techniques, remuneration, employee motivation, employee loyalty and productivity. applications.

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UNI212 Communication Skills for Healthcare Professionals 3+0+0 5
The concept of communication to the students who take this course the importance of communication in human relationships and the factors that affect communication, the main characteristics and requirements of daily human life, effective communication methods, the importance of Health Communication, group dynamics and communication in groups, therapeutic communication, the fundamentals of professional communication and professional communication skills, in special cases, to have information about how to communicate with individuals and groups.

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UNI213 Turkish Democracy History 3+0+0 5
The nationalization process that started with the French Revolution and the development of the concept of popular sovereignty, which started with the French Revolution, in the Ottoman Empire and right after it, especially in the Republic of Turkey, will be examined in this course. Historical transformations and the theoretical developments that triggered these transformations will be discussed and analyzed in fourteen weeks.

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UNI215 IT Security 3+0+0 5
The history of the computer, the history of the internet, types of viruses, methods of protection from viruses, methods to be applied to reduce the possibility of catching viruses, ensuring computer security, attitudes and behaviors against viruses that settle on personal or corporate devices. Network security, cyber warfare and cybercrime issues, monitoring of current cyber events.

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UNI216 Labor and Social Security Law 3+0+0 5
The basic concepts of labor law, individual labor law, worker, employer, sub employer, employer representative, work place definitions, labor law and application area, characteristics and types of employment contract, making of employment contract and debts arising from employment contract, working and rest periods, the concept of collective labor law, union organization, trade union membership and trade union trusts, collective labor disputes, general information about social security law, social insurance concept and types

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UNI217 Script and Directing 3+0+0 5

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UNI218 Sociology of New Media 3+0+0 5

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UNI220 Machine Learning and Data Science 3+0+0 5
Machine learning basic concepts and methods. Problem solving using machine learning; methods using and not using problem information. Data analysis, To examine various algorithms. To explain the importance of artificial intelligence methods in different fields with examples

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UNI221 Mother and Child Health 3+0+0 5
Definition of mother-child health, status of child health in our country and in the world, formation of pregnancy, child development during pregnancy, physical development (height, weight) and follow-up of 0-5 year old children, pediatric diseases (diarrhea and respiratory tract infections) seen in 0-5 year old children , immunization and rash diseases), vaccines, alternative practices related to pregnancy and newborn.

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UNI222 Communication in Nursing 3+0+0 5

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UNI223 Reproductive Health and Family Planning 3+0+0 5
It includes the definition and importance of family planning, the purpose and benefits of family planning, family planning studies and practices, population characteristics and population policies in the world and in Turkey, the importance of family planning and counseling, family planning methods, contraception in emergency and special situations.

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UNI224 Active Aging 3+0+0 5
An overview of active aging, the problems of the elderly, active and healthy aging, the rights of the elderly, protective and preventive approaches for healthy aging.

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UNI225 Disability and Participation 3+0+0 5
Different disability groups, approaches to these disability groups and approaches to the participation of people with disabilities, and legal regulations regarding disabled people

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UNI226 Traditional Turkish Handicrafts 3+0+0 5
What is the Definition of Crafts? Traditional Turkish Arts - Turkish Handicraft Concepts and Terms, Importance of Traditional Turkish Arts, Classification of Traditional Turkish Arts According to Raw Materials and Production Techniques, Historical Development of Traditional Turkish Arts, Ahi Order and Guild Systems in Turkish Culture, Lost or Endangered Handicrafts, Traditional Turkish Handicrafts Thoughts on Preserving the Culture of Art and Continuing it for Generations

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UNI227 Comparative Health Systems 3+0+0 5
The concept of health consists of explaining health systems and health systems that differ from each other in countries.

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UNI228 Personal Medicine 3+0+0 5
It includes treatment options based on human molecular profile in various diseases.

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UNI229 Rational Drug Use in Clinical Practice 3+0+0 5
Definition of rational drug use, consequences of misuse of drugs, rational drug practices, case studies, updating information in terms of rational drug use in special patient groups (children and the elderly, psychiatric patients) and evaluating clinically important drug interactions, evaluating the information on rational drug use and patient education.

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UNI230 Children With Special Needs 3+0+0 5
Definition of special education, related terms, basic concepts and principles, recognition and classification, special education services in our country and in the world and its history, administrative regulations, views on special education, factors causing disability, prevalence rates, prevention, early diagnosis and importance, disability groups , trainings for the disabled group, inclusion, the place of disabled people in society, and family education for children with special needs will be examined.

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UNI231 Health Literacy 3+0+0 5

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UNI232 Healthy Life and Sports 3+0+0 5
Giving information about the importance of a healthy life and how it should be and explaining the importance of sports in terms of health.

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UNI233 Innovative Approaches in Health 3+0+0 5

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UNI234 Social Skills 3+0+0 5
The concept of social skills includes social-emotional development, the importance of social-emotional intelligence, communication, assertiveness, emotional skills, peer relations, problem-solving skills, initiating and maintaining relationships, coping with stress and working with a group.

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UNI235 Social Responsibility and Volunteering Practices 3+0+0 5

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UNI246 Society and Politics in Iran 3+0+ 5
Explaining and analyzing the society and politics of Iran, examining the multicultural social structure and the structure and politics of the ideological-based state constitutes the general course content. In this context, various political and social issues (from the past to the present) are discussed.

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UNI253 Decision Making and Problem Solving Techniques 3+0+ 5

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UNI254 Performance Indicators and Daily Management Systems 3+0+ 5

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UNI255 Project Management 3+0+ 5

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UNI259 Life Quality 3+0+ 5
This course; definition of quality of life, factors affecting quality of life, health-related quality of life, quality of life, emotional state, sleep, the relationship between pain and fatigue, quality of life and activity participation, quality of life and environment, quality of life assessment methods, children, elderly, disabled and It includes the quality of life of chronic patients, opinions about the end of life, quality of life in different groups (field work), interventions to improve the quality of life, review of the literature on the quality of life of different groups, discussion, quality of life in different groups.

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UNI260 Experimental Ex-libris Design 3+0+ 5
In this course, students will learn the brief history, function and characteristics of the ex-libris sticked on the inside cover of the books and bearing the name of its owner. They will design original ex-libris for people who live as a communication object. They will create experimental examples by bringing together artistic thought.

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UNI261 Regenerative Biology and Medicine Applications 3+0+ 5

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UNI262 Complementary Therapies in Symptom Management 3+0+ 5

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UNI263 Sustainable Design 3+0+ 5

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UNI264 Short Film 3+0+ 5

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UNI265 Script Writing 3+0+ 5