Fall Semester

ENG 101 English  I 3 4
MAT 171 Maths for Bus & Econ.I 3 6
CIS 151 Computers 3 6
MAN 101 Introduction to Business 3 6
ECON101 Principles of Econ.I 3 6
ATA 101 Atatürk İlkeleri I 0 2

Spring Semester

ENG 102 English  II 3 4
MAT 172 Maths for Bus & Econ  II 3 6
CIS 152 Computer Applications 3 6
MAN 102 Principles of Management 3 6
ECON102 Principles of Econ.II 3 6
ATA 102 Atatürk İlkeleri II 0 2


Fall Semester

ENG 201 Business Communication 3 6
MAT 281 Statistics I 3 6
ACC 202 Financial Accounting I 3 6
MAN 206 Introduction to Law 3 6
ECON201 Microeconomics 3 6

Spring Semester

ENG 202 Oral Communication 3 6
MAT 282 Statistics II 3 6
ACC 203 Financial Accounting II 3 6
MAN 207 Business Law 3 6
ECON202 Macroeconomics 3 6


Fall Semester

MARK303 Principles of Marketing 3 6
ACC 301 Managerial Accounting 3 6
FIN 301 Business Finance 3 6
MAN 310 Organizational Behaviour 3 6
ECON 306 Money and Banking 3 6

Spring Semester

MARK306 Marketing Management 3 6
MAN 307 Research Methods 3 6
FIN 302 Financial Management 3 6
MAN 308 Operations Mgmt. & Res. 3 6
MAN 301 International Business 3 6


Fall Semester

MAN 407 Strategic Management 3 6
MAN 404 Human Resource Mgmt. 3 6
Elective 3 6
Elective 3 6
Elective 3 6

Spring Semester

MARK 402 International Marketing 3 6
ECON 401 International Economics 3 6
MAN 409 Management Information Systems 3 6
Elective 3 6
Elective 3 6


Courses Discription

ENG 101 English I (3 Credits)
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 Maths. For Bus. & Economics I (3 Credits)
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 (3 Credits)
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 (3 Credits)
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 (3 Credits)
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 I
The Principles of Atatürk will be discussed analytically and historically in both Semesters.

ENG 102 English II (3 Credits)
This course aims to take students to advanced level of English.

MAT 172 Maths. For Bus. & Economics II (3 Credits)
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 (3)
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 Managment (3 Credits)
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 (3 Credits)
Elementary Macroeconomics. Determination of National Income, The Role of Government, The Banking System. Problems of Inflation, Unemployment and Growth.

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

ENG 201 Communication Skills I (3 Credits)
This course aims to improve the student’s ability to understand and use English Grammar and vocabulary in business context.

MAT 281 Statistics I (3 Credits)
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 (3 Credits)
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 Business Law I (3 Credits)
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 (3 Credits)
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.

ENG 202 Communication Skills II (3 Credits)
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.

MAT 282 Statistics II (3 Credits)
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 (3 Credits)
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.

ACC 203 Financial Accounting II (3 Credits)
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 (3Credits)
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).

FIN 301 Principles of Finance (3 Credits)
Case Flow Analysis, Financial Statement Analysis and Long-Term Financial Planning, Time Value of Money, Bond Valuation, Stock Valuation, Capital Budgeting and Project Analysis.

ACC 301 Managerial Accounting (3 Credits)
The purpose of this course is to guide the students to gain knowledge and information about managerial accounting. It aims to use the information in managerial decision making; The Nature of Costs, Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis, Standard Costs, Budgeting; Operational Budgeting, Financial budgeting and Capital budgeting.

MAN 310 Organizational Behaviour (3 Credits)
The theoretical and research contribution of the behavioral sciences to management and administration are examined and applied to selected organizational situations. Areas to be considered from the standpoint of both individual and organizational performance are communication, motivation, conflict, decision-making, goal setting, leadership, organizational design, climate, development and control. Utilizing a systems perspective, the course attempts to develop in each student an ability to analyze and solve organizational problems.

MARK 303 Principles of Marketing (3 Credits)
To provide fundamental concepts and to introduce related business activities within a systems perspective supported with managerial and functional approaches for planning, pricing, promoting and distributing, satisfying products to target markets in order to achieve organisational objectives.

ECON 306 Money, Banking and Financial Institutions (3 Credits)
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 302 Financial Management II (3 Credits)
Risk and Return, Cost Capital, Capital Structure, Dividends and Dividend Policy, Long and Short term Financial Planning.

MARK 306 Marketing Management (3 Credits)
Planning, Implementing and Evaluating of Total System of Marketing Activities in Business Organisations with Special Emphasis put upon preparing Marketing Plans, Marketing Budgets and Auditing Marketing Performance. Managerial approach within System Perspective Supported with Functional Approach is used.

MAN 301 International Business (3 Credits)
This course surveys the international relationships of world business operations. Students will be introduced to current conceptual perspective. Emphasis will be in areas of environmental dynamics, multinational business organizations, cultural, political, and economic constraints within international financial and trade frameworks. Also included are the problems and challenges facing the multi-national corporation, its strategy and policy.

MAN 308 Operations Research & Management (3 Credits)
The fundamentals of operations research and modeling. The development, application and compatation of the basic operations research techniques. The topics convered are: Application of Scientific Methodology to Business Problems and Mathematical Modelin, Linear Programming, Scientific Approach to Decision Making.

MAN 307 Research Methods in Administrative Sciences (3 Credits)
This course is designed to teach professional communication skills. Emphasis is placed on research, listening, , critical reading and thinking, analysis , interpretation, and design used in oral and written presentations. Upon completion, students should be able to work individually and collaboratively to produce well- designed business and professional written and oral presentations.

MAN 407 Strategic Management & Planning (3 Credits)
Students identify strategic management areas for organisations and evaluate these in terms of changing environments. Skills are developed in strategic panning and the alignment of mission, vision, strategies, goals and objectives. These processes are examined in terms of future opportunities and ethical issues that arise from competing business decisions. The realities of strategic management and ethical leadership are examined through current applications.

MAN 404 Human Resource Management (3 Credits)
The course aims at showing the importance of human resource management (The management of people) and its link with productivity, quality of worklife, and profits in todays highly competitive world. Human resource management activities examined include job analysis, human resource planning, recruitment, selection, orientation, training and development, performance appraisal, career development, compensation management, labor relations, and employee health and safety

MARK 402 International Marketing (3 Credits)
This course is focused on the formulation and implementation of international marketing strategies. Analysis of the contemporary global marketing environment, marketing mix issues and decisions in international markets, global competitive analysis and strategy, organizing for international marketing, current problems and practices in multinational firms.

ECON 401 International Economics (3 Credits)
Basic theory the latest developments in international trade. Development of world economic relations to present basic principles for development of international trade to undergraduate students, i.e. Law of comparative advantage, international equilibrium with increasing costs, the Heckscher- Ohlin model, growth & trade, the theory of tariffs.

FIN 404 International Finance (3 Credits)
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, Souring Debt Internationally, Souring Equity Internationally.

ACC 401 Managerial Accounting (3 Credits)
Impact of international regulations and practices on multinational corporations’ financial planning and economic consequences, international financial statement analysis, international accounting standards and organizations, international taxation.

ACC 402 International Accounting (3 Credits)
Impact of advance international regulations and practices on multinational corporations’ financial planning and economic consequences, international financial statement analysis, international accounting standards and organizations, international taxation.

ECON 312/IR 314 Politics of the Global Economy (3 Credits)
Globalisation is a widely discussed topic in academia and in public discourse. This course will focus on the globalisation of economic life which has resulted in the integration of the majority of people into marketrelations. For the first time in history, the market has become the dominant mode of integration of societies. In the first part the course will outline the process of globalisation, the arguments in favour and against it, and discuss some of the reasons why globalisation has occurred. Case studies in the second part will establish a deeper knowledge about some of the issues surrounding globalisation. Furthermore, they will serve as a basis to discuss how the management of the global economy could be improved or democratised. At the end of the class students should be able to define globalisation, be aware of the extent of globalisation, and be knowledgeable about some of the problems and solutions discussed in the globalisation debate.

ECON 402 World Economy (3 Credits)
Basic theory and latest developments in international finance, integrative empirical evidence; the foreign exchange market, the balance of payment, the balance of Payments problem, price-adjustment went mechanism, income adjustment mechanism the fiscal & monetary policy for Internal & External Balance, the mixable versus fixed exchange-rates.

ECON 409 Economics of Development (3 Credits)
This course examines the structure and problems of the low-income nations, and problems of underdevelopment. It analysis the economic issues of development policy and discusses the economic relationship between the poor and rich nations of the world. Course provides and introduction to the subject of economic (Social & Cultural) development and underdevelopment that includes theoretical, institutional and historical perspectives. In addition, analyses problems of human resources, agriculture development, industrialisation, foreign trade, income distribution and the debt crisis.

ECON 412 The EU and International Trade (3)
The process of European integration: an historical overview, the single market, industrial specialisation and reallocation, International investment and trade, the world economy and the globalisation of economic activity, technology and economic changes, global corporations and national competitiveness, Europe in the global trade, Competitive performance of the European firms and technology, Possible policy responses: toward new international rules and institutional arrangements.

ECON 414 European Economy (3 Credits)
History and institution of the EU, the European economy. Policies: agricultural, competition, science and technology, regional, transport, environmental, social, foreign trade. European monetary union, EU budget, Industrial development.

ECON 431 Turkish Economy (3 Credits)
This course provides a conceptual and theoretical background:various different approaches and techniques for analysing national economic structures and change. Advantages and shortcommings of different methods. Importance of thinking on prospects. National economy as a system: analysing the system; dimensions; importance of constructing and defending relevant dimensions. Selecting relevant variables and sectors. Statistical sources and information. Determining the retrospective trends, breaking points, actors games with in the realm of determined dimensions. Constructing the scenarios. Importance of sound trend scenarios. Creating alternative scenarios. Forecasting breaking points and actors games. Systematic and prospective analysis of Turkish Economy.

EU 201 EU Competition Policy (3 Credits)
To make students familiar with European competition policy, which is one of the most developed and successful areas of policy-making in the EU. Students will be made aware the how the policy seeks to tackle distortions in the common market caused by both public and private actors, although the course will concentrate on the latter. Where appropriate and relevant, comparative study will be undertaken as an aid to understanding the Community competition law regime, how it is applied and how it is enforced.

FIN 408 Finance in EU (3 Credits)
This course mainly concentrates on the vital aspects of finance in European Union (EU). Within this context, critical dimensions of finance that include institutions, markets, funds and he arrangements will be covered in this course. This course can serve as guideline for academic and non-academic ones wishing to get valuable insight about the finance in EU.

HRM 404 Employer-Employee Relations (3 Credits)
A study of the collective bargaining process, labor-management agreement, contract administration, law of labor management relations, union structure and goals, and influence of external labor markets on labor relations.

MAN 402 International Business Law (3 Credits)
Legal aspects of transnational business transactions, regulations pertaining to cross-border provision of goods and services, rules and practices concerning cross-border carriage of goods by sea, road, rail and air, legal resolution of conflicts transactions.

MAN 405 Small Business (3 Credits)
The Challenge of Owning and Managing a Small Business. Planning for and Organising a Business. Marketing Goods and Services. Organising and Managing the Business, Operating the Business, Financial Planning and Control providing Present and Future Security for the Business. The role of small businesses in the world economy, Small Business Management in EU.

MAN 409 Management Information Systems (3 Credits)
In this course, the information requirements of organizations, principles, concepts, design related and operational issues involved in information systems for managerial purpose include the basic discussion topics. The changing nature of the information technology and the outcomes of the information revolution will force us and the businesses to concentrate more on the opportunities and the threats crystallized by the new IT environment surrounding the organizations. The student will thus have to follow both the course and the developments taking place each day in this “hot issue” of IT and bring those issues into the class to further cultivate our discussions.

MAN 410 Consumer Behavior (3 Credits)
The course aims to describe the importance of understanding the factors affecting consumers’ behavior in designing marketing strategies. External and internal influences on consumer behavior, consumer decision process, consumer research methods and consumer behavior audit are the main issues to be included in the course.

MAN 420 E-Business (3 Credits)
This course covers emerging online technologies and trends and their influence on the electronic commerce marketplace. Students will learn various revenue models and how to market on the Web. Next, the course covers online auctions and various legal and ethical issues. Students will learn about important security issues, such as spam, their role in organized crime and terrorism, identity theft, and online payment fraud. Finally, students learn how to plan for electronic commerce.

MAN 453 Production Management (3 Credits)
Basic Principles and Methods of Production. Manufacturing Facilities, Plant and Equipment. Operating Characteristics. Deterministic and Probabilistic Applications, Recent Developments in Production. Also, provides an understanding of the fundamental concepts, approaches and techniques for the production of goods and services of the firms.

SOC 100 Sociology (3 Credits)
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.