Courses

First Year

First Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
CIS 151 Introduction to Computers 2 2 3 6
ECON 101 Principles of Economics I 3 0 3 6
ENG 101 English I 3 0 3 4
MAN 101 Introduction to Business 3 0 3 6
MATH 171 Maths for Business and Economics I 3 0 3 6
ATA 101 Principles’s of Ataturk’s I 2 0 0 2
TOTAL 15 30

Second Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
CIS 152 Computer Applications 2 2 3 6
ECON 102 Principles of Economics II 3 0 3 6
ENG 102 English II 3 0 3 4
MAN 102 Principles of Management 3 0 3 6
MATH 172 Maths for Business and Economics II 3 0 3 6
ATA 102 Principles’s of Ataturk’s II 2 0 0 2
TOTAL 15 30

Second Year

Third Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
ACC 202 Financial Accounting I 3 0 3 6
ECON 201 Microeconomics 3 0 3 6
ENG 201 Business Communication 3 0 3 6
MAN 206 Introduction to Law 3 0 3 6
MATH 281 Statistics I 3 0 3 6
TOTAL 15 30

Fourth Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
ACC 203 Financial Accounting II 3 0 3 6
ECON 202 Macroeconomics 3 0 3 6
ENG 202 Oral Communications 3 0 3 6
MAN 207 Business Law 3 0 3 6
MATH 282 Statistics II 3 0 3 6
TOTAL 15 30

Third Year

Fifth Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
BANK 303 Principles of Banking I 3 0 3 6
FIN 301 Financial Management I 3 0 3 6
SOC 100 Sociology 3 0 3 6
FIN 304 Investment Fundamentals 3 0 3 6
Elective I 3 0 3 6
TOTAL 15 30

Sixth Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
BANK 304 Principles of Banking II 3 0 3 6
FIN 302 Financial Management II 3 0 3 6
FIN 403 Portfolio Management 3 0 3 6
ECON 306 Economics of Money and Banking 3 0 3 6
Elective II 3 0 3 6
TOTAL 15 30

Summer Term

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
BANK 310 Bank Training Program (8 Hours*5)*4 week=160 6 ECTS 0 0 0 6
TOTAL 0 0 0 6

Fourth Year

Seventh Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
BANK 405 Risk Management 3 0 3 6
FIN 404 International Finance 3 0 3 6
Elective III 3 0 3 6
Elective IV 3 0 3 6
Elective V 3 0 3 6
TOTAL 15

Eight Semester

CODE COURSE NAME T P C ECTS
BANK 408 International Banking 3 0 3 6
Elective VI 3 0 3 6
Elective VII 3 0 3 6
Elective VIII 3 0 3 6
Elective IX 3 0 3 6
TOTAL 15

ENG 101 English I
Focusing on grammar and developing of all language skills. This course aims at enabling students to understand their lessons and to express themselves in English.
MAT 171 Mathematics For Business & Economics I
This course is aimed at providing a comprehensive treatment of selected topics in both finite mathematics and calculus. It will make students as comfortable as possible in an environment of quantitative analysis of computers.

CIS 151 Introduction to Computers
Introduction to the World of the Computer, Defining the Computer, The History of Computer, Computer Generations, Elements of Computer Systems, Hardware of Computer, Classification of Computers, Principle of Computer Working, Using the Computer and MS-Dos Operating System, Dos Editor.

MAN 101 Introduction to Business
Broad integrative course covering all functional areas of business; finance, human resources, management sciences and information systems and marketing. Relationships among business, government and society considered.

ECON 101 Principles of Economics I
Basic concepts of economics and mainly elementary microeconomics. Topics covered are: The economic problem, Supply and Demand, Elasticity, Marginal analysis of consumers and firms behaviour, The theory of profit maximization, Analysis of markets, Pricing in competitive and non-competitive markets.

ATA 101 Principles of Atatürk’s I
The Principles of Atatürk will be discussed analytically and historically in both semesters.
ENG 102 English II
This course aims to take students to advanced level of English.

MAT 172 Mathematics for Business & Economics II
Limits and Continuity, Average Rate of Change and Slope, Derivatives, Instantaneous Rate of Change, Higher Order Derivatives, Optimisation, Concavity of Inflection Points, Maxima and Minima. Revenue, Cost and Profit Applications, Anti Derivatives, Rules of Integration, Differential Equations, Mathematics of Finance, Simple and Compound Interest, Present Value, Effective Interest, Future Value, Annuities.

CIS 152 Computer Applications
Introduction to Windows, Windows Commands, How the windows commands work, Introduction to Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Power Point, Project of Microsoft Power point.

MAN 102 Principles of Economics II
Principles of Management, the Basis of Management, Theory and Practice, the Nature of Planning, Decision Making, The Nature and Purpose of Organising, Basic Departmentation, Line / Staff Authority and Decentralisation, Human Resource Management and Selection, Motivation, Leadership, and The System and Process of Controlling.

ECON 102 Principles of Economics II
Elementary Macroeconomics. Determination of National Income, The Role of Government, The Banking System. Problems of Inflation, Unemployment and Growth.

ATA 102 Principles of Atatürk’s II
The Principles of Atatürk will be discussed analytically and historically in both semesters.

MAN 201 Business Communication
This course aims to improve the student’s ability to understand and use English Grammar and vocabulary in business context.

MAT 281 Statistics I
Frequency distributions and Graphing Frequency Distributions, Measures of Central Tendency, Measures of Dispersion and Skewness, Basic Concepts and Rules of Probability, Probability Distributions: Binomial, Poisson, Normal, and Chir-Square Distributions, Sampling Concepts, Sampling Distributions.

ACC 202 Financial Accounting I
This course is comprised of the following topics: Accounting; Information for Decision Making, Basic Financial Statements, The accounting Cycle: Capturing Economic Events, The Accounting Cycle: Accruals and Deferrals, The Accounting Cycle: Reporting Financial Results, Accounting For Merchandising Activities, Financial Assets, Accounts Receivable and Notes Receivable, Inventories and Cost of Goods Sold.

MAN 206 Introduction to Law
A basic introduction to the study of law namely the Nature of Law, Legal Systems, The Development of Law, The Structure and Work of the Courts, The Concepts of Legal Personality and Capacity and an Outline of the European Union, its Laws and Institutions, Company Law and Tort.

ECON 201 Microeconomics
The main objective of this course is to familiarise the students with the topics of microeconomics. The main topics covered in this course consist of the Firm and Industry, Perfect competition, Monopoly, Oligopoly, Analysis of Factors of Production, Human Capital, Trade Unions, Game Theory, etc.

Spring Semester
MAN 202 Oral Communication
This course presents a business story within the context and structure of two typical business communication situation. The target language items are described in terms of the functions they perform within the communicative structure of the meeting or negotiation.

ACC 203 Financial Accounting II
This course is comprised of the following topics: Accounting for Marketable Securities, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Plant and Intangible Assets, Liabilities, Stockholders’ Equity: Paid-in Capital, Income and Changes in Retained Earnings, Statement of Cash Flows and Financial Statement Analysis.
ECON 202 Macroeconomics
Introduction of the economy as a whole including such topics as economic organization, national income accounting, economic growth and fluctuations, inflation, labor market, money and monetary policy, government and public economy, international trade. Course covers the use of theoretical tools to explain the determinants and measurements of the level and change in aggregate macroeconomic variables. One of the goals of this course is to provide a basic knowledge of most important macro economic theories (Keynesian and classical approaches examined).

MAT 282 Statistics II
Summary of Discrete Distributions, Summary of Continuous Distributions, Descriptive Statistics, Point Estimation, Interval Estimation and the Control Limit Theory, Inferences in the Mean and Variance of a Distribution, Inferences on Proportions, Comparing two Means and two variances, Simple Linear Regression.

MAN 207 Business Law

A basic introduction to the law relating to business transactions namely an Introduction to the Law of contract and various kinds of Business Contracts. This is followed by an examination of Employment Law, including some provision requirements, European Union Law and an outline of Insurance Law and some aspects of Banking Law.

THIRD YEAR

Fall Semester
BANK 303 Principles of Banking
It is the introductory course of banking giving an overview of the commercial bank, its functions, management, and role in the economy. Topics primary include the structure of the banking system; the organizational structure of commercial banks; bank asset and liability management; international banking; theory of central banking; bank regulation and supervision; and issues in banking detailed as banks’ balance sheet and income structure, managing banks, banking risks and their management.

ECON 306 Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Institutions
Course is devoted to the study of financial intermediation, interest rates, money market instruments and banking, focuses on modern financial markets and the role of monetary policy in influencing asset prices and the economy. Topics covered include financial institutions and markets, interest rate determination, portfolio theory, capital markets, the regulation of financial institutions, the money supply process, money demand and monetary policy. Causes and consequences of inflation. Applications to such problems as exchange rate determination and dynamics, international monetary regimes.

FIN 301 Financial Management I
This is an introductory course in the principles of corporate finance. The primary objectives are to familiarize students with the major financial decisions made by firms, the process for making those decisions, and to provide a conceptual framework for understanding and analyzing those decisions. Major topics include financial statement analysis, the time value of money, bond and stock valuation and investment techniques.

FIN 304 Investment Fundamentals
This course is designed to analyze the environment in which an individual will make investment decisions under uncertainty. To achieve this goal, the course will begin with a brief overview of the financial markets and financial instruments, followed by detailed discussion of some of the common concepts in investment: risk & return, valuation techniques, diversification and CAPM, etc.

ELECTIVE

Spring Semester
FIN 302 Financial Management II
This course is the continuation of FIN 301. The principal methods of instruction will consist of interactive lecturing and problem-solving. The objective of this course is to give the students detailed information about capital budgeting, risk and return, cost of capital and long-term financial policy and short-term financial planning.

BANK 304 Principles of Banking II
The business environment; management processes; theories; models; skills and techniques. Management theory and practice relevant to banking institutions. Lending policies, investment policies, liquidity and capitalizations. Interest policies.

FIN 403 Portofolio Mgmt.
Risk and dıversification. Portofolio theory and market equilibrium . Capital asset pricing. An efficient market. Performance monitoring.

SOC 100 Sociology
A general overview of sociology including history and methodology. Explanation of the main schools in sociology, mainly Durkheim, Weber and Marx. Overview of group, stratification, instiutitons and structure in general.

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Semester
FIN 404 International Finance
Introduction to exchange rate, The market for foreign currency, Exchange rate regimes, International monetary system, Balance of payments, Prices in the open economy, Financial markets in the open economy, Managing operating exposure, Managing transaction exposure, Forward, futures and options markets, International banking, Sourcing debt internationally, Sourcing equity internationally.

BANK 405 Risk Management
The goal of this course is to study the management of risks in a bank and a corporation. Over the past two decades, the term has come to be associated with financial engineering and derivatives in the financial markets. In this course we will focus on the risk management process in a bank and in a corporate. In order to properly develop this management process we will discuss what risk is, how it can be measured and transferred or eliminated, why individuals or banks care about risk, and why corporations care about risk. Consequently, this course includes the risk management procedures in banking and derivatives markets.

Spring Semester
BANK 408 International Banking
International banking in a modern setting. Exchange rates and exchange market regimes; theory of, and innovation in international banking; the Foreign presence; the international debt problem; regulation and risk-based capital adequancy guidelines.