Courses

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FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
AİT 103 Atatürk’s Principles and the History of the Turkish Revolution C 2 0 2 2
ANA 121 Human Anatomy I C 3 5 4 6
FZY 101 Human Physiology I C 4 0 4 4
FTR 111 Heat-Light C 1 2 2 2
FTR 121 Rehabilitation and Ethics C 3 0 3 3
MEB 101 Medical Biology and Genetics C 2 0 2 2
İNG 153 Speaking and Presentation Skills I C 2 0 2 2
PSİ 101 Introduction to Psychology C 2 0 2 2
TKD 103 Turkish Language I C 2 0 2 2
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 21 7 23 25
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 101 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
BİS 101 Introduction to Computer Sciences E 2 2 3 5
FTR 123 Sports in Disability E 2 0 2 4
PDR 155 Self Knowledge and Communicaiton Skills E 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 5
Total ECTS of 1st Semester 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
AİT 104 Atatürk’s Principles and the History of the Turkish Revolution C 2 0 2 2
ANA 122 Human Anatomy II C 3 5 4 6
FZY 102 Human Physiology II C 4 0 4 4
FTR 110 Motor Development C 2 0 2 2
FTR 112 Hydrotherapy and Balneotherapy C 1 2 2 2
BİO 101 Biochemistry C 2 0 2 2
İNG 154 Speaking and Presentation Skills II C 2 0 2 2
TKD 104 Turkish Language II C 2 0 2 2
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 18 7 20 22
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 102 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
BİS 102 Computer Science E 2 2 3 5
PDR 156 Interpersonal Relationships and Communication E 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 8
Total ECTS Of 2nd Semester 30

ANA 121 is the prerequisite for ANA 122,
FZY 101 is the prerequisite for FZY 102,
FTR 111 is the prerequisite for FTR 112,  ING 153 is the prerequisite for ING 154

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BES 215 Principles of Nutrition C 1 0 1 1
FTR 201 Neurophysiology C 2 0 2 2
FTR 203 Basic Assessment Evaluation in Physiotherapy C 2 3 3 5
FTR 205 Manipulative Therapy I C 2 2 3 3
FTR 207 Electrotherapy I C 2 2 3 3
FTR 209 Kinesiology and Biomechanics I C 3 0 3 3
FTR 251 Neuroanatomy C 2 0 2 2
FTR 211 Healthy Life and Exercise C 1 2 2 2
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 15 9 19 21
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 201 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
FTR 213 Pain Management in Physiotherapy E 3 0 3 5
FTR 215 Pilates for Physiotherapists E 1 2 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 9
Total ECTS of 3rd Semester 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
FTR 204 Principles of Therapeutic Movements C 3 3 4 5
FTR 206 Manipulative Therapy II C 2 3 3 3
FTR 208 Electrotherapy II C 2 3 3 3
FTR 210 Kinesiology and Biomechanics II C 3 0 3 3
FTR 212 Exercise Physiology C 2 1 3 3
PAT 232 Pathology C 2 0 2 2
FTR 220 Patient-Physiotherapist Communication C 2 0 2 2
FTR 214 Basic Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Internship (3 Weeks) C 0 8 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 16 18 22 24
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 202 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
FTR 218 Therapeutic Exercise in Children E 1 2 2 3
FTR 222 Alternate Treatment Methods E 1 0 1 2
FTR 224 Yoga for Physiotherapists E 1 2 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 6
Total ECTS of 4th Semester 30

FTR 203 is the prerequisite for FTR 204,
FTR 205 is the prerequisite for FTR 206,
FTR 207 is the prerequisite for FTR 208,
FTR 209 is the prerequisite for FTR 210,
First and second year lessons which have FTR codes  are the prerequisite for FTR 214.

THIRD YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
FTR 301 Clinical Sciences Internal Medicine-Surgery C 2 0 2 4
FTR 303 Neurophysiological Approaches I C 2 2 3 3
FTR 305 Orthopaedic Rehabilitation C 2 2 3 3
FTR 307 Pediatric  Rehabilitation C 2 2 3 3
FTR 309 Physiotherapy in Sports C 2 2 3 3
FTR 313 Prosthetics and Rehabilitation C 2 2 3 3
FTR 315 Pulmonary Rehabilitation C 2 2 3 3
FTR 351 Geriatric Rehabilitation C 2 0 2 2
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 16 12 22 24
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 301 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
FTR 311 Community Service Applications is Rehabilitation E 2 0 2 2
FTR 317 Sports Health E 2 0 2 4
FTR 319 First Aid C/E 1 2 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 6
Total ECTS OF 5th Semester 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
FTR 302 Clinical Sciences Pharmacology-Radiology C 2 0 2 4
FTR 304 Neurophysiological Approaches  II C 2 2 3 3
FTR 306 Special Issues in Physiotherapy C 2 0 2 2
FTR 308 Neurological Rehabilitation C 2 2 3 3
FTR 310 Orthotics and Rehabilitation C 2 2 3 3
FTR 312 Cardiac Rehabilitation C 2 2 3 3
FTR 314 Occupational Therapy C 2 2 3 3
FTR 316 Basic Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Internship (4 Weeks) C 0 8 2 3
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 14 18 21 24
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 302 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
FTR 318 Sensorial Integration E 2 0 2 2
FTR 320 Aqua Therapy E 2 3 3 5
FTR 322 Evidence Based Physiotherapy E 2 0 2 2
PDR 356 Time Management E 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 6
Total ECTS Of 6th Semester 30

FTR is the prerequisite for FTR 302,
FTR 303 is the prerequisite for FTR 304
First,second  and third year lessons which have FTR codes  are the prerequisite for FTR  316.

FOURTH YEAR

Fall Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
FTR 405 Clinical Practice I C 0 16 8 10
FTR 407 Research Methodology in Physiotherapy  and Project I C 3 0 3 5
FTR 411 Rehabilitation Seminar C 2 0 2 4
FTR 413 Management and  Organisation in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation C 1 0 1 2
FTR 421 Clinical Problem Solving in Physiotehrapy C 3 0 3 4
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 9 16 17 25
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 401 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
FTR 409 Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Industry E 2 0 2 2
FTR 401 Presentation Techniques in Foreign Language I E 2 0 2 4
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 10
Total ECTS Of 7th Semester 30

Spring Semester

CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
FTR 406 Clinical Practice II C 0 16 8 10
FTR 408 Research Methodology in Physiotherapy  and Project II C 3 0 3 5
FTR 412 Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Public Health and Populace based Rehabilitation C 3 0 3 5
Total ECTS Credits (Must Courses) 6 16 14 20
CODE COURSE NAME C/E T P C ECTS
BED 402 Physical Education E 1 2 2 1
FTR 404 Branding Strategy E 2 0 2 4
FTR 402 Presentation Techniques in Foreign Language I E 2 0 2 4
BİS 401 Health Informatics E 2 3 3 5
Total ECTS Credits (Elective Courses) 10
Total ECTS of 8th Semester 30
PROGRAM ECTS SUMMARY
Years ECTS Credits In Total For Must Courses 185
Years ECTS Credits In Total For Elective Courses 55
Sum Of ECTS Credits Required For Graduation From The Program 240

FTR 405 is the prerequisite for FTR 406,
FTR 407 is the prerequisite for FTR 408,
FTR 421 is the prerequisite for FTR 422,
First,second  and third year lessons which have FTR codes  are the prerequisite for FTR  405 and FTR 406.

AIT 103 Atatürk’s Principles Reforms
The collapse of the Ottoman Empire, the Turkish War of Liberation, the foundation of the Turkish Republic, Ataturk`s revolutions, the development of democracy in Turkey.

ANA 121 Human Anatomy I
Describe the structure, composition and functions of the organ systems of the human body, how the organ systems function and interrelate, how humans adapt through their anatomical design, how the anatomy of humans relates to that of other vertebrate animals, how human structure is unique and adaptive, how human structures develop embryonically, a self-identity of what it means to be “human” and to learn basic technical terminology and language associated with anatomy. This course proceed with “ANA 122 Human Anatomy II”.

ANA 122 Human Anatomy II
Describe the structure, composition and functions of the organ systems of the human body, how the organ systems function and interrelate, how humans adapt through their anatomical design, how the anatomy of humans relates to that of other vertebrate animals, how human structure is unique and adaptive, how human structures develop embryonically, a self-identity of what it means to be “human” and to learn basic technical terminology and language associated with anatomy.

FZY 101 Human Physiology I
Integration of the organ systems to maintain constancy of the internal environment, regulation of homeostasis by neuronal, endocrine, and local chemical messengers, role of the autonomic Nervous System in regulating organ function, adaptive responses to exercise and the role of exercise in maintaining health, adaptive physiological responses to stress, infectious organisms, and toxins and changes in bodily function through the life span. This course proceed with “FZY 102 Human Physiology II”.

FZY 102 Human Physiology II
Integration of the organ systems to maintain constancy of the internal environment, regulation of homeostasis by neuronal, endocrine, and local chemical messengers, role of the autonomic Nervous System in regulating organ function, adaptive responses to exercise and the role of exercise in maintaining health, adaptive physiological responses to stress, infectious organisms, and toxins and changes in bodily function through the life span.

FTR 111 Heat-Light
The physiotherapeutic and rehabilitative approach in superficial temperature agents modalities.

FTR 121 Rehabilitation and Ethics
History of physiotherapy, Ethical principles in health care, Ethical principles related to physiotherapy, Scope of practice, Enforcing standards in health profession-promoting quality care, Professional ethics in research, education and patient care delivery, Informed consent issues, Medical ethics and Economics in clinical decision-making. Rules of professional conduct, confidentiality and responsibility, malpractice and negligence, provision of services and, advertising. Legal aspects: Consumer protection act, Legal responsibility of physiotherapist for their action in professional context and understanding liability and obligations in case of medico-legal action.

MEB101 Medical Biology and Genetics
Concept of biological and cell molecules construction phase, current biological issues

ING 153 Speaking and Presentation Skills I
The sudents will learn precise writing and summarising, writing of bibliography, enlargement of vocabulary. Review of selected materials and express oneself in one’s words, enlargement of vocabulary. Discussions and summarization, debates, oral reports, use in teaching.

PSI 101 Introduction to Physchology
This course consist of history of psychology, definiton of psychology and main approaches of some psychology sub-fileds related with basic sciences.

TKD 103 Turkish Language I
Phonetics and classification, characteristics of Turkish phonetics and the rules related to phonetics. Spelling rules and applications, punctuations marks and applications, general rules about essay writing, planning of essay writing, words and verbs, adverbs and prepositions with applications.

BED101 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

BİS 101 Introduction to Computer Science
Computers and parts of a computer system. Hardware and software. Operating systems. Windows operating system. Windows applications: Microsoft Word, Excell, and Power Point.

FTR 123 Sports in Disability
Sense of sports in disability, disability factors and avoiding from disability, characteristic and order of disabled sports

PDR155 Self Knowledge and Communication Skills
Introduction to communication, non-verbal communication, verbal communication, empathy

AIT 104 Atatürk’s Principles Reforms
The collapse of the Ottoman Empire, War of Liberation, the foundation of the Turkish Republic, Ataturk`s revolution, the development of democracy in Turkey.

FTR 110 Motor Developement
The relation of those stages to pathological problems in the terms of normal and abnormal development, will help the students in setting proper treatment program concentrating on the cycle of the child’s growth.

FTR 112 Hydrotherapy and Balneotherapy
The physiotherapeutic and rehabilitative approach in hydrotherapy modalities.

BİO101 Biochemistry
Water and biological buffer systems, amino acids and proteins, enzymes and coenzymes, carbohydrates, lipids and biological membranes, signal transduction, hormones, bioenergetics, metabolism.

ING 154 Speaking and Presentation Skills II
The sudents will learn precise writing and summarising, writing of bibliography, enlargement of vocabulary. Review of selected materials and express oneself in one’s words, enlargement of vocabulary. Discussions and summarization, debates, oral reports, use in teaching.

TKD 104 Turkish Language II
Arts of written essay and applications, expression and grammer defaults and their corrections, the rules to prepare scientific articles.

BED102 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

BİS 102 Computer Science
Computers and parts of a computer system. Hardware and software. Operating systems. Windows operating system. Windows applications: Microsoft Word, Excell, and Power Point.

BES 215 Principles of Nutrition
The importance of nutrition, structures, definitions, classifications, functions, sources, recommended dietary allowances, excessive intakes and toxicity of macro and micro nutrients. Nutrition in special conditions and introduction of foods in specific food groups will also be discussed.

BES 215 Principles of Nutrition
The importance of nutrition, structures, definitions, classifications, functions, sources, recommended dietary allowances, excessive intakes and toxicity of macro and micro nutrients. Nutrition in special conditions and introduction of foods in specific food groups will also be discussed.

FTR 201 Neurophysiology
Periphreal nervous system, functions and clinical features of the patologies in the spinal cord, brainstem, diencephalon and telencephalon
Clinical features and pathology of the autonomic nervous system

FTR 203 Basic Assessment Evaluation in Physiotherapy
History of the patient, assessment of general physiotherapy, basic principles of movement, posture analysis (anterior, lateral and posterior posture analysis), shortness and flexibility tests and evaluation, anthropometric measurements (circumference, length, diameter, and skinfold measurements), measurement of normal range of motion with goniometer, muscle strength and evaluation methods.

FTR 205 Manipulative Treatment I
Mechanical, physiological, psychological and reflex effects of specific massage techniques, assessment methods used in determining the effectiveness of post-application, the practical applications, indications and contraindications of these methods.

FTR 207 Electrotherapy I
The electrophysical mechanisms, physiological responses of nerve and muscle to electrical stimulation, excitability properties of inervated and denervated muscle. To improve knowledge of low and medium frequency currents.

FTR 209 Kinesiology and Biomechanics I
The program will include thge structure and components of the shoulder complex, elbow complex, wrist and hand complex, hip complex, knee complex, ankle and foot complex, gait skilled movements and activities of daily living.

FTR 251 Neuroanatomy
This course is designed to introduce the basic structure and functions of the human nervous system. Students will gain an understanding of the neurologic problems. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to locate sites of neurological abnormalities in patients with structural nervous system disorders.

FTR 211 Healty Life and Exercise
Gain of healty life style, programming physical activity

BED201 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

FTR213 Pain Management in Physiotherapy
Pain physiology, types, control, treshold, receptors

FTR215 Pilates for Physiotherapists
Gain of pilates practice

FTR 204 Principles of Therapy Movements
Introduction to exercıse therapy basics of exercise joint movements starting positions classification of movements, causes for restriction of range of motion, individual work & group work, free exercises, relaxation and mat exercises.

FTR 206 Manipulative Treatment II
Functional anatomy, biomechanics and pathomechanics of joints and soft tissues, basic characteristics of mobilization, manipulation and transverse friction techniques, basic measurement, evaluation and treatment applications in the pathology of joints and soft tissues, clinical decision making and case samples.

FTR 208 Electrotherapy II
Describing the mains electrical supply, Electric shock & precautions, Basic electrical
components & their functions, enumerate types of currents & describe production of High Frequency, Medium Frequency & Low Frequency electrical currents. Describe the panel diagrams of the machine, describing & identifying various types of electrodes used in therapeutics, describe electrical skin resistance & significance of various media used to reduce skin resistance, acquiring knowledge of various superficial thermal agents, their physiological & therapeutic effects, Merits & Demerits & acquire the skill of application, describing effects of environmental & man-made electro- magnetic field at the cellular level
& risk factors on prolonged exposure.

FTR 210 Kinesiology and Biomechanics II
The program will include thge structure and components of the shoulder complex, elbow complex, wrist and hand complex, hip complex, knee complex, ankle and foot complex, gait skilled movements and activities of daily living.

FTR 212 Exercise Physiology
Muscle contraction and neuromuscular control during exercise, cardiorespiratory adaptation to training and detraining, muscle contraction and neuromuscular control during exercise, neuromuscular adaptation to exercise and training, cardiorespiratory control and regulation during exercise, metabolic adaptations to exercise & training, assessment of energy expenditure during exercise, fitness assessment methods and procedures, thermoregulation during exercise, diabetes mellitus and physical activity, obesity and physical activity

PAT 232 Pathology
General Pathology, Inflammation & Repair, Immuno-pathology, Circulatory disturbances, Deficiency disorders-Vitamin A, B, C, D, Growth Disturbance, Specific Pathology, Muscle diseases, Neuro –muscular junction, Bone & Joints, Urinary, Gastrointestinal system and clinical pathology

FTR 220 Patient-Physiotherapist Communication
Effective communication tecniques

FTR 214 Basic Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Internship
3 weeks clinical study

BED202 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

FTR218 Therapeutic Exercises in Children
To teach the aim of the exercise treatment and classification of exercises and to teach planning the exercise program in different problems of children, to gain the ability to prepare exercise program, problem solving in different disorders according to basic assessment and measurement methods.

FTR 222 Alternate Treatment Methods
Supplementary treatments, management of enegy, biological treatments

FTR 224 Yoga for Physiotherapists
Definition of yoga, philosophy of yoga, the place and importance of yoga in health, yoga sessions, physiological responses to yoga practices, implementation of the breathing and relaxation techniques, the importance and application of concentration and meditation, the importance and application of yoga therapy in different clinical situations.

FTR 301 Clinical Sciences ınternal Medicine-Surgery
Basic knowledge about internal medicine, neurology and pediatric neurology

FTR 303 Neurophysiological Approches I
Basis techniques of PNF patterns of arm, leg, neck, head and trunk (emphasis on straight patterns), specific techniques of emphasis, repeated contractions, slow reversal, contract relax, hold relax, rhythmic stabilization, inhibitory techniques.

FTR 305 Orthopedic Rehabilitation
The student learn to diagnose, manage, and treat disorders and injuries of the musculoskeletal system including rehabilitation after orthopedic surger and to apply suitable treatment in post-operative orthopedic procedures, fractures, acute sports injuries, arthritis, sprains, strains, back and neck pain, spinal conditions, and amputations.

FTR 307 Paediatric Rehabilitation
The student learn about the early detection of health problems and to use different modalities to treat disorders in the pediatric population. The treatment approaches focus on improving gross and fine motor skills, balance and coordination, strength and endurance as well as cognitive and sensory processing/integration.

FTR 309 Physiotherapy in Sports
Description of sports physiotherapy, comprehension of the importance of children and sport, women and sport. Comprehension of the training knowledge, sports psychology, sports nutrition and doping. Organisation of the exercise in chronic diseases.
Description of the physical fitness and test batteries in different groups.
Description of the sport injuries and their healing processes.
Measurement, evaluation and treatment applications in sport injuries and athletes, application of clinical decision making process and return to sport.

FTR 313 Prosthetics and Rehabilitation
The reasons for amputations, amputation levels, partial hand and foot prosthesis, upper and lower extremity prosthesis, congenital prosthesis, static and dynamic adjustment of prosthesis, control mechanisms, myoelectrical prosthesis and amputee rehabilitation.

FTR 315 Pulmonary Rehabilitation
Patients will learn techniques to improve pulmonary function: Breathing exercises-Goals, Types–Inspiratory, Expiratory, Segmental. Forced expiratory Techniques-Huffing/ Coughing, Incentive Spirometry, Bladder Balloon, Flutter, Threshold
loading device, Peak flow meter, Postural drainage, Humidification, Nebulisation, Active cycle of Breathing (ACB), Autogenic drainage, Postures to promote relaxation.

FTR 351 Geriatric Rehabilitation
Course outline Physiological changes in aging. Functional assessment methods. Application of clinical decision period. Project and case studies

BED301 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

FTR 311 Community Service Applications is Rehabilitation
Social problems, current problems , solutions, activities, projects

FTR 317 Sports Health
Pre-exercise evaluation, diet and nutrition, measurement of fitness components and sports skills, measurement of muscular strength, measurement of muscular endurance, measurement of flexibility, determination exercise endurance, physiological effects of exercise on body systems – muscular system, endocrine system, cardio-respiratory system, nervous system
Practical demonstration of basic principles of physiotherapy assessment, functional assessment and application of sports physiotherapy.

FTR 319 First Aid
Emergency maintenence, vital signs, evaluation, first examination

FTR 302 Clinical Sciences Pharmacology-Radiology
Basic knowledge about pharmacology, radiology.

FTR 304 Neurophysiological Approches II
Clinical features after stroke, conceptual dimension of the neurophysiological approaches, measurement, assessment and treatment approaches in neurophysiological approaches, pplication of the clinical decision making process, case studies

FTR 306 Special Issues in Physiotherapy
Physical therapy and rehabilitation included peripheric nerve injuries, fascial palsy, burns, headache, leprosy and other skin diseases in addition to geriatric rehabilitation, cancer rehabilitation, pre and postnatal physiotherapy, rehabilitation of gynochological problems and torture, education for delivery

FTR 308 Neurologial Rehabilitation
The pathophysiology of spasticity, evaluation and inhibition methods, formation mechanisms and characteristics of spinal cord injuries, clinical features and treatment of spinal cord injuries, according to the levels, the normal structure of the movement. Ataxia definition, pathophysiology, and assessment and evaluation methods, ataxia rehabilitation, multiple sclerosis (MS) clinical features, assessment and evaluation methods, multiple sclerosis (MS) ‘s physiotherapy and rehabilitation, parkinson’s disease rehabilitation methods, peripheral neuropathies and rehabilitation, clinical characteristics and methods of measurement and evaluation of parkinson’s disease, rehabilitation of neuromuscular diseases, rehabilitation of neuromuscular diseases, brain trauma, brain tumors, and rehabilitation

FTR 310 Orthotics and Rehabilitation
Biomechanical principles of the orthoticsis, application of orthotics, different kinds of orthotics of the spine, upper and lower extremities control mechanisms and orthotics rehabilitation.

FTR 312 Cardiac Rehabilitation
History of cardiac rehabilitation, definition, components, interventions in program, pathophysiology and rehabilitation of cardiovascular disorders, assessment methods in cardiovascular rehabilitation, intervention methods in cardiovascular rehabilitation, program planning in cardiovascular rehabilitation

FTR 314 Occupational Therapy
Teamwork in occupational therapy, the roles, Evaluation and training activities of daily living, Principles and practices of transfer activities, Hand, sensory, sensory integration evaluations and treatment, Principles of occupational therapy approach to different problems

FTR 316 Basic Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Internship (4 weeks)
Four weeks of full time internship in one of the following units of the department of physical therapy and rehabilitation under the supervision of a senior Lecturer physiotherapist. The units are: neurological rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, prosthetics and biomechanics, orthotics and biomechanics, neuromuscular diseases, pediatric rehabilitation, occupational therapy, vocational rehabilitation, hand surgery, rheumatologic rehabilitation, physical medicine, sports physiotherapy, orthopedic rehabilitation, neurosurgical rehabilitation, women health, special issues in physiotherapy.

BED302 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

FTR318 Sensorial Integration
Sensorial integration, sensorial information

FTR320 Aqua Therapy
Physical principles and physiological effects of aquatherapy, pool facilities, in-pool exercise equipments and methods of exercise in the water.

FTR322 Evidence Based Physiotherapy
The using different research methods in biostatistic, The planing research and collecting data, Statistical approaches, The invastigation of literature

PDR356 Time Management
Introduction to time management, componenet, planning

FTR 405 Clinical Practice I
The student will complete clinical internship which include minimum 16 hour in a week internship in the first semester of the fourth year , in various treatment units under a direct supervision.

FTR 407 Research Methodology in Physiotherapy and project I
The unit aims to develop skills in the application of statistical computing methodology and statistical thinking to the stages of the scientific investigative process.

FTR 413 Management and Organization in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
To teach about management and organization in physiotherapy, management and planning, execution, decision, supervision, coordination and organization functions. Discussion on management and organization for rehabilitation centers, non-governmental organizations, rehabilitation centers for children with orthopedic disorders, nursing-homes, private education centers.

FTR 411 Rehabilitaiton Seminar
The sudents will learn precise writing and summarising, writing of bibliography, enlargement of vocabulary. Review of selected materials and express oneself in one’s words, enlargement of vocabulary. Discussions and summarization, debates, oral reports, use in teaching.

FTR 421 Clinical Problem Solving in Physiotherapy
Preparation of students and counselors about the case, clinical evaluation of cases with group work, creating the problem list based on biopsychosocial model and open to debate treatment approaches generated with evidence-based data in the classroom environment

BED401 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

FTR 409 Industrial Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Vocational rehabilitation , Vocational rehabilitation assessment and training, Ergonomics, Work analysis, and evaluation of work capacity, Industry approaches to injury prevention, Workplace Arrangements, Home Arrangements for the disabled, environmental, architectural barriers and adjustments

FTR401 Presentation Techniques in Foreign Language I
Presentation skills, phases, practice

FTR 406 Clinical Practice II
The student will complete clinical internship which include minimum 16 hour in a week internship in the second semester of the fourth year , in various treatment units under a direct supervision.

FTR 407 Research Methodology in Physiotherapy and Project II
The unit aims to develop skills in the application of statistical computing methodology and statistical thinking to the stages of the scientific investigative process.

FTR 410 Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation in Public Health and Populace Based Rehabilitation
Evaluation of each group healthy, ill or risk group of people with needs and practical application specific treatment and evaluation approaches for healtier community.

BED402 Physical Education
Physical activity and health, educational games, basketball, football, volleyball

FTR404 Branding Strategy
Fieldwork , groups setting, project monitoring

FTR401 Presentation Techniques in Foreign Language II
Presentation skills, phases, practice

BİS401 Health İnformatics
İnformatic, data and communication standarts, safety, privacy and availability

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