SAKARYA UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ECONOMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS RELATIONS

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SAKARYA UNIVERSITY

FACULTY OF ECONOMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS RELATIONS

ECTS INFORMATION PACKAGE 2007-2008

Head of the Department : Professor Alaeddin Yalçınkaya, Ph.D İstanbul University,

İstanbul, Turkey

Tel. : +90 264 295 6370

Fax : +90 264 295 6233

E-mail : yalcinkaya@sakarya.edu.tr , alakaya@yahoo.com

Address:

Esentepe Kampusu Sakarya Universitesi

İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakultesi 54187

Adapazari/SAKARYA TURKEY

Erasmus Coordinator : Associate Professor Kemal İNAT, Ph.D Siegen University ,

İstanbul, Turkey Tel. : +90 264 295 6373 Fax : +90 264 295 6233 E-mail : kinat@sakarya.edu.tr Department: Phone : +90 264 295 6370 E-mail : uli@sakarya.edu.tr Web : http://www.uli.sakarya.edu.tr

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Contents

1. General Information 2. Department Members 3. Undergraduate Program

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1. General Information about Department of International Relations

International relations as a field of study provides systematic analysis of traditional issues such as security, strategy, diplomacy, war and peace. With globalization, the field is taking on an interdisciplinary character, involving issues of political economy, environment, human rights, democratization, and international terrorism. The course offerings of the Department of International Relations address the widening scope of the discipline: Students have the opportunity to select from a large variety of elective courses taught by prominent scholars. They may choose to study academic issues such as Theories of International Relations, Foreign Policy Analysis or Regional Studies. Area study concentrations provide specific knowledge of the history, language and foreign policy of certain regions or countries, including the European Union, the Middle East, the Balkans, Russia and Central Asia. Students who wish to prepare for professional careers can take courses on International Law, International Business Management, International Environmental Politics or Diplomatic Correspondence.

The department runs a four-year degree program in International Relations. In addition, it offers, under the direction of the Institute of Social Sciences, MA degrees. In the Department, there are 2 Associate Professor, 6 Assistant Professors, and 9 Research Assistants. Currently, there are 267 undergradute students at the Departmet.

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2. Department and Academic Staffs

Sub-Departments Academic staff

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Tel : +90 264 295 6372

Associate Professor Emin GÜRSES egurses@sakarya.edu.tr

Professor Alaeddin YALÇINKAYA yalcinkaya@sakarya.edu.tr

Associate Professor Kemal İNAT kinat@sakarya.edu.tr

Assistant Professor Tuncay Kardaş

kardas@sakarya.edu.tr

Assistant Professor İsmail ÖZBAY iozbay@sakarya.edu.tr

Res. Assist. Yıldırım TURAN yildirimturan@sakarya.edu.tr Res. Assist. Ali BALCI alibalci@sakarya.edu.tr Res. Assist. Filiz CİCİOĞLU fsever@sakarya.edu.tr

Res. Assist. Murat YEŞİLTAŞ yesiltas@sakarya.edu.tr Res. Assist. Ayla AKDOĞAN akdogan@sakarya.edu.tr Res. Assist. Şaban KARDAŞ Res. Assist. Abdurrahim AYDIN

DIPLOMATIC HISTORY Tel : +90 264 346 03 34 / 35

Associate Professor Burhanettin DURAN bduran@sakarya.edu.tr

Assistant Professor İbrahim KAMİL ikamil@sakarya.edu.tr

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sgulcan@sakarya.edu.tr

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3. Undergraduate Courses

1st Semester Course Name T+P Credit C/E ECTS

ULI 101 International Relations I 3+0 3 C 5

ULI 103 Diplomatic History I (English) 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 103 Diplomatic History I (Turkish) 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 103 Political Science I 2+0 2 C 5

KYO 105 Sociology 2+0 2 C 4

IKT 101 Economics I 2+0 2 C 4

ORT 111 Information Technology 2+1 2 C 2

ORT 113 English I 2+0 2 C 2

ORT 115 Turkish I 2+0 2 C 2

ORT 119 Principles Of Ataturk And History Of Turkish Republic I 2+0 2 C 2

Total 20+ 1 20 30

2nd Semester Course Name T+P Credit C/E ECTS

ULI 102 International Relations II 3+0 3 C 5

ULI 104 Diplomatic History II (English) 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 104 Diplomatic History II (Turkish) 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 156 Law 2+0 2 C 3

KYO 104 Political Science II 3+0 3 C 5

EKO 102 Economics II 2+0 2 C 4

EKO 112 Information Technology Applications 2+1 2 C 2

ORT 114 Principles Of Ataturk And History Of Turkish Republic II 2+0 2 C 2

ORT 116 Turkish II 2+0 2 C 2

ORT 118 English II 2+0 2 C 3

Total 21+1 21 30

3rd Semester Course Name T+P Credit C/E ECTS

ULI 201 International Law I 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 203 International Organizations İ (Eng.) 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 203 International Organizations I (Turk) 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 205 International Politics 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 207 Turkish Diplomatic History 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 253 History Of Political Thought 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 255 Constitutional Law 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 257 Contemporary Political Systems 2+0 2 C 4

ULI 215 English İII 2+0 2 C 3

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ULI 204 International Organizations II (Turkish) 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 256 Public Administration 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 204 Research Methods in Social Sciences 3+0 3 C 4

KYO 2258 Administrative Law And Jurisdiction 3+0 3 C 3

KYO 250 History Of Turkish Islamic Thought 2+0 2 C 3

KYO 252 Political Life in Turkey 3+0 3 C 5

ULI 216 English İV 2+0 2 C 3

Total 22+0 22 30

5th Semester Course Name T+P Credit C/E ECTS

ULI 301 Turkish Foreign Policy I 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 303 International Private Law I 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 305 Theory Of International Relations I (English) 3+0 3 C 4 ULI 305 Theory Of International Relations I (Turkish) 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 307 Diplomatic Correspondence I (Turkish) 2+0 2 C 4

ULI 307 Diplomatic Correspondence I (English) 2+0 2 C 4

MLY 351 Public Finance 2+0 2 C 4

IKT 351 Macro Economics 2+0 2 C 4

ULI 313 Globalization 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 315 Media And Foreign Policy 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 313 Political Geography 2+0 2 E 3

CEKO351 Obligation Law 2+0 2 E 3

IŞL 361 Business Administration 2+0 2 E 3

IŞL 363 Accounting 2+0 2 E 3

KYO 325 Civil Law 2+0 2 E 3

KYO 353 Urbanization And Environmental Problems 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 329 Second Foreign Language İ (French, Russian, German) 2+0 2 E 3

Total 19+0 19 E 30

6th Semester Course Name T+P Credit C/E ECTS

ULI 302 Turkish Foreign Policy II 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 304 European Union And Turkey 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 306 Current International Problems 2+0 2 C 4

ULI 308 Theory Of International Relations II (English) 3+0 3 C 4 ULI 308 Theory Of International Relations II (Turkish) 3+0 3 C 4

ULI 310 Diplomatic Correspondence II (Turkish) 2+0 2 C 4

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EKO 352 Statistics 2+0 2 E 3

IKT 352 Turkish Economy 2+0 2 E 3

TRZ 350 Tourism Management 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 330 Second Foreign Language İI (French, Russian, German) 2+0 2 E 3

Total 19+0 19 30

7th Semester Course Name T+P Credit C/E ECTS

ULI 401 Political Developments In The Central Asia 2+0 2 C 6

ULI 403 Comparative Foreign Policy Analyses I (Turkish) 2+0 2 C 6 ULI 403 Comparative Foreign Policy Analyses I (English) 2+0 2 C 6

ULI 462 Relations Of Turkey And The Middle East 3+0 3 C 6

IKT 453 International Economic Theory 2+0 2 C 6

ULI 409 Turkish-Greek Relations 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 411 Regional Foreign Policy 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 413 International Maritime Law 2+0 2 E 3

KYO 455 Local Government 2+0 2 E 3

KYO 417 Political And Social Structure Of Ottoman State 2+0 2 E 3

KYO 457 Criminal Law 2+0 2 E 3

IŞL 461 Capital Markets 2+0 2 E 3

MLY 453 Fiscal Policy 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 425 Second Foreign Language İII (French, Russian, German) 2+0 2

E 3

Total 18+0 18 30

8th Semester Course Name T+P Credit C/E ECTS

ULI 402 Comparative Foreign Policy Analyses II (Turkish) 2+0 2 C 7 ULI 402 Comparative Foreign Policy Analyses II (English) 2+0 2 C 7

ULI 404 Graduation Project 4+0 4 C 10

IKT 454 International Economy Policies 2+0 2 C 7

ULI 408 Political Developments In The Balkans 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 410 International Security Problems 2+0 2 E 3

ULI 412 Eurasia In World Politic 2+0 2 E 3

CEKO 452 International Social Policy 2+0 2 E 3

KYO 454 Civil Society 2+0 2 E 3

KYO 456 Public Personnel Administration 2+0 2 E 3

IKT 456 Foreign Trade 2+0 2 E 3

IKT 4458 Banking And Financial Economics 2+0 2 E 3

IŞL 430 International Management 2+0 2 E 3

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4.Contents of Undergraduate Courses

International Relations I ULI 101

ECTS Credits: 5 1st Year – 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. A . YALÇINKAYA

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss the concept of International Relations, actors of international relations, foreign political aims, strategies and tools of the states.

Course Contents

1. The schedule of the term

2. The political science and international relation 3. The problem of actor

4. Non-governmental international actors 5. Non-governmental national actors 6. National power

7. Qualitative and quantitative elements of the national power 8. International political system

9. Midterm exam

10.Foreign political preferences

11.Isolationism-neutrality-nonalignment 12.The balance of power – the status quo 13.Alliances

14.Diplomacy Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

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Diplomatic History I (English) ULI 103

ECTS Credits: 4 1st Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In English

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. B. DURAN

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss the developments and changes in the political structure and foreign policies of major powers in the world from the early 20th century to post-cold war period.

Course Contents

1. World History- general 2. Pre-Westphalia System

3. Revolutions-French Revolution 4. American and English Revolutions 5. Industrial Revolution

6. Napoleon and Vienna Congress 7. Unification of Germany and Italy 8. Exam Week

9. First World War 10.Interwar Years Period 11.Second World War 12.Cold War Period 13.Detente

14.Post-Cold War Development Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Palmer R.R. and Joel Colton,(1995), A History of Modern of The Modern World, Mc Graw-Hill, 8nd Edition New York

Recommended Reading

Barlett,C.J.(1997), The Global Conflict: The International Rivalry of The Great Powers 1880-1990.

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Diplomatic History I (Turkish) ULI 103

ECTS Credits: 4 1st Year – 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ. KAMİL

Aim and Objectives: A general overview of the worldwide events that took place before the modern times. The principle events in European diplomacy since 1648 Westphalia peace negotiations, American independence, French revolution and repercussions, XIXth century European diplomatic history (Concert of Europe, unification of Italy, the rise of Germany, worldwide imperialism, alliance systems) and World War I.

Course Contents

1. International system in the 16.century 2. French Revolution and its impact on Europe 3. Balance of Power in 19. century

4. Europe in the 19.century.

5. Ottoman Empire in the 19.century.

6. USA and its independence in the 19.century. 7. Imperialism and its tactics.

8. Exam week

9. Alignments of European States.

10.European diplomacy before First World War 11.The reason of I. World War and its results. 12.United States and I. World War

13.Temporary peace period. (1919-1939). 14.Foundation of the League of Nation Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Uçarol, R.(1995), Siyasi Tarih (1789-1994) , Gazi Kaitabevi, İstanbul Recommended Reading

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Sociology KYÖ 105

ECTS Credits: 4 1st Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor. Dr. M. KARAMAN

Aim and Objectives: The aim of the course is to introduce students to the historical development of sociology and its basic concepts.

Course Contents

1. What is knowledge and science? What is scientific knowledge? 2. Methods of Research in sociology

3. Sociology and other social science branches 4. Sub-fields of sociology

5. Birth and historical development of sociology and its importance 6. Subject matter and objective of sociology

7. Physical world and its elements: Physical, biological, geographical and demographical factors

8. Cultural structure and its elements: values and language 9. Social norms

10.Culture

11.Social institutions 12.Interaction processes

13.Social structure and its elements: Socialisation 14.Social roles and social statutes

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%35), one essay (%5), two quizzes (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Fichter, J. (2002), Sosyoloji Nedir?, Çeviren: Nilgün Çelebi, Anı Yayıncılık, Ankara. Recommended Reading

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Political Science I KYÖ 103

ECTS Credits: 5 1st Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. D. DURSUN

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to get to knowone of the realities of social life, namely politics; introduce students to the basic concepts, subject matter, institutions and historical development of politics.

Course Contents

1. General contents and sources of the course

2. Science and scientific knowledge: Social sciences and their general characteristics, importance and value of scientific knowledge

3. Politics as social action and different definitions of politics 4. Social foundations of political phenomenon

5. Historical trajectory of political science: Politics in Ancient Greece, Modern Times and in the nineteenth-century

6. Contribution to political science of the İŞLamic World 7. Subject matter, objective and scope of political science

8. Methods and techniques in political science and other social sciences 9. Mid-term exam

10.Power: Definition, elements, authority, sovereignty and legitimacy 11.political power: Definition, authority, sovereignty and legitimacy 12.Basic functions of political power and its limits

13.State as organised political power: definition and elements of state 14.Basic functions and types of states

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%20), one essay (%10), two quizzes (%10), class participation (% 10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Dursun, D., (2004), Siyaset Bilimi, 2. Basım, Beta Yayınları, İstanbul. Recommended Reading

Yayla, A., (1998), Siyaset Teorisine Giriş, Siyasal Kitabevi Yayınları, Ankara. Daver, B. (1993), Siyaset Bilimine Giriş, Siyasal Kitabevi Yayınları, Ankara.

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Economics I IKT 101

ECTS Credits: 4 1st Year - 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Professor Dr. S. ŞİMŞEK

Aim and Objectives: To introduce the basic subjects of economics to the students, to constitute substructure of microeconomics at second year

Course Contents

1. General view to economic life, general concepts, economic event and its sides 2. Famine law, Homo economics, behaviour and behaviour forms of the sides 3. Market, Demand and affecting factors it, getting demand function

4. Supply and affecting factors it, getting supply function 5. Market balance and changes in market balance

6. Elasticity: Demand and Supply Elasticity, calculating forms and comments 7. Consumption balance, Utility analysis

8. Production theory: decreasing product law, 9. Short term production costs

10.Mid-term Exam

11.Long term production costs and production association scale 12.Short term firm balance in full competition market

13.Long term firm balance in full competition market 14.Monopoly firm balance

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Şimşek, S. ve Aydın, M.K. (2003), İktisat Bilimine Giriş, , Değişim Yayınları, Adapazarı Recommended Reading

Güçlü , S.(1994),İktisada Giriş, , Sakarya Üniversitesi Yayınları, Adapazarı Parasız, İ.(1996) İktisadın ABC’si, , Ezgi Kitabevi, Bursa

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English I ORT 119

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year – 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In English

Lecturer(s): Instructor Z. ÇAMLIBEL

Aim and Objectives: The general aim of this course is to give the main skills for English including greetings and main needs as an introduction.

Course Contents 1. Introduction

2. Greetings and introducing yourself.

3. Numbers 1-100 and how to give personal information. 4. Describing your family

5. Telling the time and talking about daily routines. 6. Expressing likes and dislikes.

7. Mid-term exam.

8. Telling the routines, likes and dislikes of other people. 9. Prepositions.

10.Describing where things are.

11.Giving and understanding directions. 12.Talking about routines.

13.Using present continuous tense for the things that happen now. 14.General revision.

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%40), one essay (%6), two quiz (%4) and one midterm final exam (%60) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading

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Turkish I ORT 117

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year - 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Instructor(s): Instructor Ilhan UCAR

Aim and Objectives: To develop basic language skills: Effective oral and written communication

Course Contents:

1. What is language? The importance of language for a nation, language and thought 2. The historical milestones of Turkish language. The place of Turkish among other

languages of the world

3. The current usage of Turkish language around the world. Applications of effective usage of spoken language

4. How to write an application letter and a resume. The correct usage of capital letters, comma, and full stop.

5. The regional expressions, dialects. Coordinating Conjunctions (de/da and ki). semicolon, colon,

6. Written and spoken language. A question making preposition (mi), Numbers, and the ellipsis mark.

7. Composition

8. The parts of speech. quotation marks, and compound words 9. The sound structure in Turkish. The apostrophe.

10.The effective speech, and sound structure 11.Mid-term

12.Parts of speech, syllables.

13.Adverbs, proverbs, and prepositions 14.Adverbs, proverbs, and prepositions Grading

One written mid-term exam (%25), quizzes (%15), homework (%10), and a final exam (%50).

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Lecturer’s Notes

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Principles Of Atatürk And History Of Turkish Republic I ORT 115

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Instructor A. ARI

Aim and Objectives:

The aim of the course is to familiarise students with the principles of Atatürk and the history of Turkish Republic

Course Contents

1. Introduction to the course: The aim of the course

2. The fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Rise of the Republic: The Reform Movement

3. The fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Rise of the Republic: The Reform Movement-Limited government

4. The fall of the Ottoman Empire and the Rise of the Republic: Political ideas at the turn of the Century

5. Geopolitics of the Ottoman Empire 6. Overthrow of the Sultan Abdulhamid 7. The Balkan wars

8. The First World war

9. Establishment of the Republic and Ataturk: Openenin of the Grand National Assembly

10.Lozan Treaty

11.Abolition of the Khalifete 12.Atatürk and his Principles

13.A general evaluation of the course Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%50), and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester Prerequisite/Recommended

None

Textbook/Recommended Reading

Akyüz, Y. ve diğerleri (1997), Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılâp Tarihi, Yükseköğretim Kurulu Yayınları, Ankara.

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Information Technology ORT 111

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year – 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. H. ZENGİN

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to introduce to the Microsoft Windows Operating System. The main goal is to learn basic skills using the computer so that to able to identify the components that makeup a complete computer system.

Course Contents

1. Introduction to Computers 2. How Computers Work

3. Input Devices: Mouse & Keyboard Basics 4. Processing Data

5. The Central Processing Unit & the System Unit: Memory, Data Storage, Floppy Disks, Hard Disks

6. Managing Data

7. Working with Windows Explorer 8. Working with Files & Folders 9. Protecting Data against Viruses 10.Output Devices: Printers 11.Working with Applications 12.Windows Accessories

13.Working with Internet Explorer 14.Shutting Down Windows Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Coşkun E., ve diğerleri, (2002) Bilgisayara Giriş Bilgisayar Kullanımı, Alp Yayınevi, Ankara Recommended Reading

Uludoğan M. (2002) Eğitimde Bilgisayar Okuryazarlığı: Bilgisayara Giriş Ders Kitabı, Atlas Yayın Dağıtım, Istanbul

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II. SEMESTER

International Relations II ULI 102

ECTS Credits: 5 1st Year – 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. A.YALÇINKAYA

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss determining effect of idealism and realism in foreign policy; today’s international system; diplomacy, economic and military tools in international relations.

Course Contents

1. The Schedule of The Term 2. Diplomatic Immunities 3. Diplomatic Deliberations

4. The Propaganda As A Tool of Foreign Policy

5. International Economic Relations And Foreign Policy 6. Boycott – Embargo - Blockade

7. Foreign Aid And Foreign Policy

8. Conflict And War As Tools Of Foreign Policy 9. Midterm Written Exam

10.The Reasons Of Wars

11.Imperialist Theories And Wars

12.Game Theories And International Conflicts 13.International Peace And Security

14.North – South Relations And Terrorism Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

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Diplomatic History II (English) ULI 103

ECTS Credits: 4 1st Year – 2nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In English

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. B.DURAN

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss the developments and changes in the political structure and foreign policies of major powers in the world from the post-cold war period today.

Course Contents 1. Truman Doctrine 2. Marshall Aid

3. The Formation of NATO 4. The Korean War

5. The Vietnam War 6. The Era of Detente 7. The Second Cold War 8. Exam Week

9. Term of Gorbachev and Reagan 10.The end of Cold War

11.The collapse of Communism 12.The New World Order 13.The Gulf War I

14.Conclusion

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Palmer R.R. and Joel Colton,(1995), A History of Modern of The Modern World, Mc Graw-Hill, 8nd Edition, New York

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Diplomatic History II (Turkish) ULI 104

ECTS Credits: 4 1st Year – 2nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ.KAMİL

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss period from World War II to the collapse of the Soviet Union. In addition to this discussion, an analysis of New World Order and the rise of New Powers is aimed in this course.

Course Contents

1. International System after the First World War 2. Situation in Middle East between 1919-1939.

3. The reasons of II. World War and the results of the II. World War. 4. Foundation of United Nations

5. The factors shaping the period after the war.

6. Cold War Period and struggle between United States and Soviet Union 7. Bipolar international system and its impact on world politics

8. Exam week

9. Europe in the Cold War 10.Middle East in the Cold War 11.Détente period in the Cold War

12.Eastern Block and the collapse of the Soviet Union

13.Transition period and U.S- S. U Relations and Rise of new power like Europe, Japan, China

14.The politics about New World Order and Gulf Crisis Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Kissinger, H., (1995), Diplomasi, İş Bankası Yayınları, İstanbul Recommended Reading

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Law KYÖ 156

ECTS Credits: 3 1st Year – 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. Ö. ANAYURT

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to provide students with foundations and sources of law; legal systems; codification; classification of law and legal systems; national and international law; constitutional law; administrative law; personal relations, family law (of succession); legal entities; property and ownership; rights and liabilities.

Course Contents

1. Sources of social order rules 2. Law and sanction

3. Classifications of sanction 4. The main branches of law 5. Private law 1

6. Private law 2 7. Public law 1 8. Public law 2 9. Sui generis laws

10.Turkish Positive Law and its problems 11.Practice of law

12.Rights and its classifications 13.Responsibility in law

14.Turkish procedural law Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%15), one essay (%5), two quizzes (10+10) and one final exam (%60) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Anayurt, Ömer (2004), Hukuka Giriş ve Hukukun Temel Kavramları, Seçkin Yay., 5. Baskı, Ankara.

Recommended Reading

Gözler, K. (2000), Hukuka Giriş, Ekin Kitabevi, Bursa.

Bilge, N. (2003), Hukuk Başlangıcı, Turhan Kitabevi, Ankara. Kalabalık, H., (2003), Temel Hukuk, Değişim Yay., İstanbul.

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Political Science II KYÖ 104

ECTS Credits: 5 1st Year – 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. D. DURSUN

Aim and Objectives: The aim of this course is to analyse place of the individual in political life; to examine effective powers in political life and to introduce students to the elections in Turkey.

Course Contents

1. Actors of the political life: Individual and factors directing individual to political life 2. Political behaviour as an action

3. Process of political socialization

4. Participation of individual to political life

5. Types of political participation and factors affecting these types 6. Organisations in political life: Political parties

7. Functions of political parties and their importance in democratic life 8. Party systems

9. Mid-term exam

10.Organisations in political life: Pressure groups 11.Public opinion and political life

12.Elections and election systems

13.Basic concepts of elections and historical development of the right to elect 14.Elections in Turkey

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%20), one essay (%10), two quizzes (%10), class participation (% 10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Dursun, D., (2004), Siyaset Bilimi, 2. Basım, Beta Yayınları, İstanbul. Recommended Reading

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Economics II IKT 102

ECTS Credits: 4 1st Year – 2nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Professor Dr. S. ŞİMŞEK

Aim and Objectives: To introduce the basic subjects of economics to students, To constitute substructure of macroeconomics at second year

Course Contents

1. To review the economic life from the macro perspective

2. Basic macro economic concepts: National income, Consumption, Investment, Unemployment, Labor.

3. Consumption, Investment expenditures and Saving

4. Introduction to national income analysis: Total supply and demand functions 5. Multiplier and accelerator analysis

6. State intervention to economic life and effects on national income balance 7. Money: Its position in economic life, Its functions and features

8. Monetary theory and policy: The subjects interested in money supply and demand 9. Relations between the money supply and national income

10.MIDTERM EXAM

11.Income Distribution and difficulties in the calculations. 12.Economic Growth Analysis

13.International economic relations and Economic thought systems 14.General structures and of economic systems

Assesment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Şimşek, S. ve Aydın, M.K. (2003), İktisat Bilimine Giriş, Değişim Yayınları, Adapazarı. Recommended Reading

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Turkish II ORT 116

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year - 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Instructor(s): Instructor I. UCAR

Aim and Objectives:.To sharpen students’ writing skills. Course Contents:

1. Adverbs, proverbs, and prepositions, effective speech practices, grammar, and punctuation

2. Adverbs, proverbs, and prepositions, effective speech practices, grammar, and punctuation

3. Words (nouns, and adjectives)

4. Words (pronouns, coordinating, correlative, and other conjunctions) 5. Words (verbs and verb tenses)

6. Prepositions, and compound words 7. Idioms, compound words

8. Crafting sentences 9. Crafting sentences 10.Constructing paragraphs

11.Composition, writing a research paper 12.Composition, writing a research paper 13.Editing and revising

14.Editing and revising Grading

One written mid-term exam (%25), quizzes (%15), homework (%10), and a final exam (%50). Prerequisite/Recommended None Textbook/Recommended Reading Lecturer’s Notes

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English II ORT 118

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year – 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In English

Lecturer(s): Instructor Z. ÇAMLIBEL

Aim and Objectives: The general aim of this course is to give the main skills for English including advanced grammer properties and conditional sentences.

Course Contents

1. Introduction and telling the aim of the lesson 2. To talk abot the abilities

3. Adjectives and their order 4. Adverbs and how they’re used 5. Comparison of adjectives

6. Questions and answers in the simple past tense 7. Midterm Exam

8. Present Perfect Tense and its two main uses

9. Past continuous and Past continuous interrupted with past simple 10.The use of ‘will’ and ‘going to’ to tell the actions in the future 11.The way the past tenses fit togerther-Past Perfect Tense 12.The Use of Past Perfect Continuous Tense

13.Conditional Sentenses 14.General Revision of the term

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%40), one essay (%6), two quiz (%4) and one midterm final exam (%60) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading

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Information Technology Applications ORT 112

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year – 2nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. H.ZENGİN

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to introduce to the Microsoft Office and applications. The main goal is to learn basic skills using the Microsoft Office and applications such as Word, Excel and Access.

Course Contents

1. Creating and Editing a Word Document 2. Creating a Research Paper

3. Using a Wizard to Create a Resume and Creating a Cover Letter with a Table 4. Creating a Document with a Table, Chart, and Watermark

5. Creating a Worksheet and Embedded Chart

6. Formulas, Functions, Formatting, and Web Queries 7. Creating a Database Using Design and Datasheet Views 8. Querying a Database Using the Select Query Window

9. Using a Design Template and Text Slide Layouts to Create a Presentation 10.Using the Outline Tab and Clip Art to Create a Slide Show

11.Using Visuals to Enhance a Slide Show

12.Modifying Visual Elements and Presentation Formats

13.Creating a Self-Running Presentation Containing Interactive Documents 14.Basic HTML Programming

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading

Michael H., Michael J. Young (2002), Microsoft Office XP Enine Boyuna, Ankara, Arkadaş Yayınları

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Principles Of Ataturk And History Of Turkish Republic II ORT 114

ECTS Credits: 2 1st Year – 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Instructor A. ARI

Aim and Objectives: The aim of the course is to familiarise students with the principles of Atatürk and the history of Turkish Republic

Course Contents

1. Introduction to the course: The aim of the course 2. The Ottoman past

3. Establishment of the Republic: The ideas 4. Establishment of the Republic. The people 5. Place of Atatürk in the Turkish Revolution

6. Modernisation of Turkey: A general introduction 7. Modernisation of Turkey: Political aspect

8. Modernisation of Turkey: Cultural aspect 9. Modernisation of Turkey: Economic aspect 10.Modernisation of Turkey: Aspect of develepment 11.Consolidation of the Turkish revolution

12.Looking at the Turkish revolution in a comparative perspective 13. Looking at the Turkish revolution in a comparative perspective 14.A general evaluation of the course

Assesment Methods

One written midterm exams (%50), and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester Prerequisite/Recommended

None

Textbook/Recommended Reading

Akyüz, Y. Ve diğerleri (1997), Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılâp Tarihi, Yükseköğretim Kurulu Yayınları, Ankara.

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III. SEMESTER

International Law I ULI 201

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor A. YALÇINKAYA

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss internal law and international law, the sources of international law, the sanctions problem.

Course Contents

1. The Schedule Of The Term

2. The Emergence And Development Of international Law 3. Sources And Subjects

4. The Sanctions Of international Law 5. Before United Nations

6. The League Of Nations

7. The System Of The United Nations

8. International Economic Relations And The UN 9. Midterm Written Exam

10.The Practice Of international Law in Internal Law

11.The Turkish Laws And Practices On The Rules Of International Law 12.International Law Practices

13.The Law Of Treaties

14.The Treaty On International Civil Aviation Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

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International Organizations I (English) ULI 203

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In English

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ. ÖZBAY

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss concerning the structure of international organisations.

Course Contents

1. The emergence of international organisations

2. International organisations and its effects on nation-state sovereignty 3. First World War and the foundation of League of Nations

4. The reasons of the collapse of the League of Nations 5. Second World War and the foundation of United Nations

6. International financial and economic organisations in the world under globalisation

7. Economic cooperation organisations among development countries 8. Exam week

9. Economic cooperation organisations among Islamic countries

10.The introduction to case-studies regarding international organisations 11. NATO

12.WTO

13. ILO 14. WHO

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Werner J.Feld and Robert S.Jordan, (1998), International Organizations, Connecticut:Prager, London .

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International Organizations I (Turkish) ULI 203

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ. ÖZBAY

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss concerning the structure of international organisations.

Course Contents

1. The emergence of international organisations

2. International organisations and its effects on nation-state sovereignty 3. First World War and the foundation of League of Nations

4. The reasons of the collapse of the League of Nations 5. Second World War and the foundation of United Nations

6. International financial and economic organistaions in the world under globalisation

7. Economic cooperation organisations among development countries 8. Exam week

9. Economic cooperation organisations among Islamic countries

10.The introduction to case-studies regarding international organisations 11.NATO

12.WTO

13.ILO

14.WHO

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

KARLUK, R. (1999), Uluslararası Ekonomik Mali ve Siyasal Kuruluşlar, Turhan Kitabevi, Ankara.

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International Politics ULI 205

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. A. YALÇINKAYA

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss regional conflicts, security problems, Turkish foreign policy problems

Course Contents

1. The Schedule Of The Term 2. The Future Of Nation State 3. Quebec Nationalist Movement 4. International Regimes

5. Turkish Strait And The Montreux Agreement

6. Limitation Of The Nuclear, Biological And Chemical Weapons After The Cold War Era

7. European Political Integrity

8. International And European Standards On Minority Rights And Turkey 9. Midterm Written Exam

10.International Security And Environment 11.International Terrorism

12.Non-Binding Agreements And Soft Low In The International Law 13.Problem Solving Approach

14.Commercial Utilization Of Outer Space And The Law Of The Space

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Sönmezoğlu, F., (1998), Uluslararası Politikada Yeni Alanlar Yeni Bakışlar, Der Yayınları, İstanbul .

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Turkish Diplomatic History ULI 207

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ. KAMİL

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss the principles motives which shaped the foreign policies of the Turkish states that were founded before the Republic of Turkey.

Course Contents:

1. The concept of diplomacy, its aim and areas which it is implemented. 2. First diplomatic implementations. (Old Diplomacy)

3. Diplomacy in the Hittites, Ancient Egypt and City States in Greece, 4. Diplomacy in Romans.

5. Diplomacy in Byzantium

6. Constant Diplomacy in Europe in the XVII and XVIII Centuries and Diplomats’ Characteristics in these Centuries.

7. New Diplomacy Forms and Characteristics 8. Exam Week

9. Diplomatic Perception in the Ottoman Empire- Duties of Ottoman Constant Envoys

10.“Eman” System in the Ottoman Empire and its implementation Areas 11.Dynamism in the Ottoman Diplomacy after the French Revolution 12.Diplomatic Actions of the first Ottoman Residing Envoys

13.Turkish Diplomacy in Lozanne- Turkish Diplomacy during World War II

14.Foreign Relations and Human Rights- Media and NGOs in the Modern Turkish Diplomacy.

15.Last Innovations and Archive Affairs in the Foreign Ministry- Foreign Ministry Staff

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

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History Of Political Thought I KYÖ 253

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ. HAŞLAK

Aim and Objectives: The main goal of the course is twofold: One is to provide students with a good understanding of the history of political thought. Second is to show them how to get a better grasp of contemporary political thought on the basis of what have been produced in the history of political thought.

Course Contents

1. Political Science, Political Philosophy and History of Political Thought: Similarities and Differences

2. Political Thought prior to Socrates in Ancient Greece: Ontological Questions about the universe

3. Sophists and Socrates 4. Plato

5. Aristotle

6. Epicurean School and Stoicism 7. Cicero and Seneca

8. Feudalism: Structure, organization and political ideas 9. St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas

10.John of Salisbury and Marsilio of Padua 11.Machiavelli, Thomas More and Jean Bodin 12.Thomas Hobbes and Bossuet

13.John Locke and Montesquieu 14.Rousseau and Sieyes

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%40), one essay (%2), two quizzes (%8) and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

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Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Göze, A. (2000), Siyasi Düşünceler ve Yönetimler, 9. Bası, Beta Yayınevi, İstanbul. Recommended Reading

Larry, A. (2004), Plato’dan Rawls’a Siyasi Düşünce Tarihi, Çeviren Ahmet Bayram,

Kemal, Adres Yayınları, Ankara. Ebenstei

n, W. (1996), Siyasi Felsefenin Büyük Düşünürleri, Çev. İsmet Özel,Şule Yayınları,

İstanbul.

Sabıne, G.H. (1973), A History of Political Thought, Fourth Edition, Dreyden Press, Hinsdale, Illinois.

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Constitutional Law KYÖ 255

ECTS Credits: 4 2 nd Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. Ö. ANAYURT

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to provide students with hhistory of constitutionalism; supremacy of constitution; preparation of constitutions and their changes; the structure of the government; fundamental rights and duties; separation of power; legislative, executive and judicial powers.

Course Contents

1. Meaning of constitution 2. Sources of constitution law 3. Constitutionalism

4. Classification of constitutions 5. Supremacy of constitution 6. Constitutional judiciary

7. Notion of state and its elements 8. Classifications of state

9. Preparation of constitutions and their changes

10.The principle of the separation of powers and classifications of government 11.Fundamental rights and its protections national and international

12.LegisLative powers 13.Executives powers 14.Judiciaries Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%15), one essay (%5), two quizzes (10+10) and one midterm final exam (%60) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

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Contemporary Political Systems KYÖ 257

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. Hamza AL

Aim and Objectives: The objective of this course is to examine presidential system, parliamentary system, semi-presidential system and Third World political systems.

Course Contents

1. System theory, political system and its setting.

2. The characteristics of Parliamentary system, parliamentary system and England 3. History of the English Parliament and the Monarchy

4. English’s political parties

5. The characteristic of Presidential system, presidential system and federalism 6. Presidential system and the United States of America, history of presidential

system of the United States of America

7. The structure of the United States of America’s system 8. USA’s political parties

9. The characteristics of semi-presidential system.

10.Semi-presidential system and France, history of semi-presidential system of France

11.The structure of France’s system 12.The structure of German’s system

13.The characteristics non-democratic systems in the Third World

14.The structure of China’s system and the structure of Russian’s system Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%20), one essay (%20), two quizzes (%5) and one midterm final exam (%55) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Çam, Esat, (2000), Çağdaş Devlet Düzenleri, Der Yayınları, İstanbul. Recommended Reading

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English III ULI 215

ECTS Credits: 3 2nd Year – 1st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

2 Hours a Week Lectures: 2 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Instructor Z. ÇAMLIBEL

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to give the main skills for English including advanced grammer properties and conditional sentences.

Course Contents

1. A reading called “Gemstones” 2. A reading called “Rainbows” 3. A reading called “A long Trip” 4. A reading called “The Maya” 5. A reading called “Volcaones” 6. A reading called “At the Storm”

7. A reading called “A man of Courage Determination” 8. Exam Week

9. A reading called “The Larges Bird in the World” 10.A reading called “The Mechanical Chess” 11.A reading called “An Army of Ants” 12.A reading called “The Drajon Horse” 13.A reading called “The Story of Australia” 14.A reading called “Watching the Weather”

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading

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IV. SEMESTER

International Law II ULI 202

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 2nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. A.YALÇINKAYA

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss international conflicts and their resolution

Course Contents

1. The Schedule Of The Term 2. Sovereignty And Recognition

3. International Treaties On Human Rights 4. Treaty To Prevent And Punish Genocide 5. The Law Of The Sea

6. Un Treaty On The Law Of The Sea 7. Territorial Waters And Continental Shelf

8. The Responsibility Of The State On The Strangers 9. Diplomatic Relations And immunities

10.Midterm Exam

11.The Rules On The Consulate Staff

12.Regional Political Organization And Defence

13.Organization On Security And Cooperation In Europe (OSCE) 14.The institutions Of The OSCE

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

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International Organizations II (English) ULI 204

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In English

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ. ÖZBAY

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss concerning the structure of international organisations.

Course Contents

1. UNITED NATIONS

2. UNITED NATIONS’ Organs 3. IBRD-IDA 4. IFC-MIGA 5. IMF 6. GATT-WTO 7. UNIDO-FAO 8. Exam Week 9. UNESCO 10.WTO 11.NATO 12.OECD 13.OPEC 14.OIC Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Werner J.Feld and Robert S.Jordan, (1998), International Organizations, Connecticut:Prager, London

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International Organizations II(Turkish) ULI 204

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 2nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. İ. ÖZBAY

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss concerning the structure of international organisations.

Course Contents

1. UNITED NATIONS

2. UNITED NATIONS’ Organs 3. IBRD-IDA 4. IFC-MIGA 5. IMF 6. GATT-WTO 7. UNIDO-FAO 8. Exam Week 9. UNESCO 10.WTO 11.NATO 12.OECD 13.OPEC 14.OIC Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%30), one essay (%10), two quiz (%10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Karluk, R., (1999), Uluslararası Ekonomik Mali ve Siyasal Kuruluşlar, Turhan Kitabevi, Ankara.

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Public Administration KYÖ 256

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year – 1 st Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. M. EKEN

Aim and Objectives: The aim of the course to introduce basic concepts of organisation and administration to the students.

Course Contents

1. What are administration and public administration? 2. Development of public administration

3. Elements of public administration; Public and private administration 4. Organisation theory: Classic organisation theory; scientific management 5. Classic organisation theory: Bureaucratic approach

6. Bureaucratic approach: New-classic public administration theory

7. New-classic public administration theory; approaches of human relations and behavioural sciences

8. Theory of modern public administration; system approach 9. Modern management theory; purpose management, z theory 10.Mid-term exam

11.Theory of modern public administration; governance 12.New public management

13.Processes of administration planning and organising 14.Coordination control

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%29), one essay (%1), two quizzes (%20) and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Eryilmaz, B., (2004), Kamu Yönetimi, İstanbul Recommended Reading

Baransel, A. (1998), Çağdaş Yönetim Düşüncesinin Evrimi, Cilt:I, İstanbul. Dereli, T., (1997), Örgütsel Davranış, İstanbul.

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Research Methods In Social Sciences KYÖ 204

ECTS Credits: 4 2nd Year - 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Assistant Professor Dr. H. AL

Aim and Objectives: The aim of the course is to introduce students to the theories and practical implications of research methods.

Course Contents

1. Science, knowledge, scientific knowledge,

2. Philosophy of science, Major issues in philosophy of science 3. Basic elements of scientific methods

4. Concepts, hypothesis, control of hypothesis,

5. Importance of research in social sciences and examination of hypothesis. 6. Development of hypothesis and theory.

7. Stages of research

8. Collection of data and methods of evaluation. Use of library, 9. Classification of research,

10.Information about introduction and conclusion 11.Information about chapters

12.Rules of writing, page’s order, 13.Rules of quotation

14.Methods of footnote Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%10), one essay (%40), two quizes (%10) and one midterm final exam (%40) at the each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Seyidoğlu, H., (1992), Bilimsel Araştırma ve Yazma El Kitabı, 4. Baskı, Güzem Yayınları, İstanbul.

Recommended Reading

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Administrative Law and Jurisdiction KYÖ 2258

ECTS Credits: 3 2 nd Year –2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer: Associate Professor Dr. H. KALABALIK

Aim and Objectives: The general objective of this course is to discuss main principles of The Turkish Administration System, administraive actions and transactions, invalidity of administrative acts, administrative organisations like that central administration, local governments, public possessions, liability of administration, supervision of administration

Course Contents

1. Introduction to Administrative Law

2. Main Principles of the Turkish Administration System 3. Introduction to Administrative Actions and Transactions 4. Types of Administrative Transactions

5. Constructive elements of Administrative Acts 6. Invalidity of Administrative Acts

7. Administrative Contracts

8. Transactions of Administration in Private Law Field 9. Police Powers of Administration

10.Public Services

11.Public Possessions, (public domain, private property of the state) 12.Liability of Administration (service fault, absolute liability) 13.Central Administration

14.Local Government Assessment Methods

One written midterm exam (%30), one essay (%2), two quizzes (%8) and one midterm final exam (%60) at each semester

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Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

Kalabalık, H. (2004), İdare Hukuku Dersleri, Değişim Yayınları, İstanbul. Recommended Reading

Akyılmaz, B. (2003), İdare Hukuku, Sayram Yayınları, Konya.

Gözler, K. (2002), İdare Hukuku Dersleri, 1. Baskı, Ekin Kitabevi Yayınları, Bursa.

Gözübüyük, A, Ş. – Tan, T. (1998), İdare Hukuku, C. 1, Genel Esaslar, Turhan Kitabevi, Ankara..

Günday, M. (2002), İdare Hukuku, 5. Baskı, İmaj Yayıncılık, Ankara. Onar, S. S. (1966), İdare Hukukunun Umumî Esasları I. İstanbul.

Wade, H.W.R. (1988), Administrative Law, Sixth Edition, English Language Book Society Elbs Oxford Universty Press.

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Political Life In Turkey KYÖ 252

ECTS Credits: 5 2 nd Year – 2 nd Semester / Undergraduate Compulsory

3 Hours a Week Lectures: 3 h/week In Turkish

Lecturer(s): Associate Professor Dr. D. DURSUN

Aim and Objectives: The objective of this course is to look at the background of politics in Turkey and to get to grips with historical roots of the contemporary political structures, processes, institutions and values.

Course Contents

1. Basic dynamics of the Turkish political life

2. Basic institutions of classic Turkish political system and practical problems related to that system

3. Basic characteristics of the pursuit of modernisation in the Ottoman state 4. Centralisation of the government system

5. Constitutionalist movements

6. Endeavours to establish parliamentary system

7. Efforts to re-organise political system and development of political ideas pertaining to these efforts: Ottomanism, İŞLamism, Turkism and Westernisation 8. Reactions to Tanzimat and the new Ottoman Association as the first organised

opposition 9. Mid-term exam

10.Efforts to establish parliamentary system and change in political power: First and second constitutional monarchies. Foundation of the government of Union and progress and its policies

11.Demise of the empire system and the birth of nation-state system. New period: Establishment of the principle of national sovereignty

12.Establishment of the one party-system, revolutions and processes of the institutionalisation period: The 1924 Constitution

13.Ideology of the one party-period: Foundation of Kemalism and objectives 14.Turkish politics in the 1930’s

Assessment Methods

One written midterm exams (%20), one essay (%15), two quizzes (%5), class participation (% 10) and one midterm final exam (%50) at each semester

Prerequisite/Recommended None

Textbook/Recommended Reading Textbook

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Türkiye Yayınları, Ankara.

Dursun, D. (1995), Laiklik Siyaset Ve Değişim, İnsan Yayınları, İstanbul.

Dursun, D. (1989), Osmanlı Devletinde Siyaset Ve Din, İstanbul, İşaret Yayınları. Zürcher, E. J. (1993), Modernleşen Türkiye’nin Tarihi, İletişim Yayınları, İstanbul.

Kalaycioğlu, E. Ve A.Y. Sarıbay, "Tanzimat: Modernleşme Arayışı Ve Siyasal Değişme", Türk Siyasal Hayatının Gelişimi Içinde, (Ed.: E.Kalaycıoğlu Ve A.Y. Sarıbay), Beta Yayım-Basım-Dağıtım A.Ş., İstanbul.

Eldem, E. (1999), "18.Yüzyıl Ve Değişim", Cogito: Osmanlılar Özel Sayısı, Sayı: 19, Yaz.

Ahmad, F. (1996), İttihatçıliktan Kemalizme, Kaynak Yayınları, İstanbul.

Ahmad, F. (1995), Modern Türkiye’nin Oluşumu, Türkçesi: Yavuz Alagon, Sarmal Yayınları, İstanbul.

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