Curriculum

Management (English)

TOTAL CREDITS: 139 Av.Semester Credits: 18 TOTAL ECTS: 240

1.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
ECON 201Macroeconomics3035
MATH 100Mathematics for Business3046
UNI 100Exploring İstanbul2235
UNI 111Critical Reading and Writing in Turkish I3035
UNI 117Understanding Society and Culture3035
UNI 123Textual Analysis and Effective Communication3035
Total1931

2.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
ECON 202Microeconomics3035
MATH 103Calculus I - Differential3246
MGT 100Introduction to Business3033
UNI 112Critical Reading and Writing in Turkish II3035
UNI 118Understanding Politics and Economy3035
UNI 124Textual Analysis and Academic Writingsuccessfully complete one of the UNI 113 or UNI 123 courses3035
Total1929

3.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
LAW 231Introduction to Law3035
MGT 203Financial Accounting3035
MGT 205Introduction to Statistics2235
MGT 207Business Data Processing and Programming3135
UNI 201Formations of Modern Turkey I3035
--Core Course Cluster III----35
Total1830

4.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
LAW 232Business Law3035
MGT 202Organizational Behavior3035
MGT 204Managerial Accounting3035
MGT 206Statistical AnalysisMGT 2052235
UNI 202Formations of Modern Turkey II3035
--General Elective----35
Total1830

5.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
MGT 303Financial Management3035
MGT 305Marketing Management3035
MGT 309Operations Management3035
UNI 221World Civilizations and Global Encounters: Until 1300 CE3035
--School Elective----35
--School Elective----35
Total1830

6.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
MGT 200Internship I0005
MGT 304Money and Banking3035
MGT 308Organization Theory3035
MGT 332Management Information Systems3035
UNI 222World Civilizations and Global Encounters: Since 1300 CE3035
--School Elective----35
Total1530

7.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
MGT 300Internship II0005
MGT 401Strategic Management3247
MGT 453Business Intelligence and Marketing Analytics3247
--General Elective----35
--General/School Elective----35
--School Elective----35
Total1734

8.Semester

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
MGT 436Entrepreneurship3036
--General Elective----35
--General/School Elective----35
--School Elective----35
--School Elective----35
Total1526
NOTES:
For International Students, instead of UNI 111 and UNI 112, two of UNI 115, 116, 215, 216, 315, 316 courses will be given.
* General electives are taken from any college or school with the academic advisor’s consent.
** School electives are taken from junior or senior level elective courses in the School of Management and Administrative Sciences (SMAS) with the approval of the academic advisor.
Core Curriculum:
1 course must be taken from "CCC III" courses. Any other UNI course taken before will be counted as a general elective.

- Explanation for the students who started their undergraduate studies before the academic year of 2014-2015:
- Students who took and passed MGT 201 Principles of Management will be exempt from MGT 100 Introduction to Business.
- MGT 431 Management of Information Systems will be exempt from MGT 332 Management Information Systems.
- MGT 455 Business Communication will be exempt from MGT 255 Business Communication.
- ITM 302 Global Entrepreneurship will be exempt from MGT 436 Entrepreneurship.
- ITM 301 International Economics, MGT 404 Capital Markets and Institutions and MGT 302 Human Resource Management, these courses will be school electives.
- UNI 102 Critical Thinking the course will be a general elective.
- The graduate courses taken from the Business Administration Institute programs can be accepted as School Elective by the decision of the faculty board of directors for a maximum of 3 courses based on the program language.
- MGT 205 Busines Communication compulsory course is taken to the school elective pool to begin with the 2018-2019 academic year and MGT 207 Data Processing and Programming course became compulsory.
o For students who have started their undergraduate studies before the academic year 2018-2019 ;
**This course will primarily be counted as a compulsory obligation.
**Students who will take both of MGT 255 and MGT 207 courses, another elective course should be substituted for MGT 255 course from the system. So, the students can be enrolled in MGT 207. If you do not do the registration process and you want MGT 255 to be accepted as an elective course, you must submit a petition to the faculty to accept MGT 255 as elective.

o For students who have started their undergraduate studies after the academic year 2018-2019 ;
* MGT 207 is a compulsory course and MGT 255 is accepted as a school elective.
*These two courses can not be counted instead of each other. (Compulsory course can not be counted instead of another course.)

Note about Total Graduation Credits:
Due to the credit changes in the new curriculum students who started their undergraduate studies before the academic year of 2014-2015, all other requirements met, will be able to graduate with a minimum of 134 credits.

Core Course Cluster III

General Elective

Course CodeCourse NamePrerequisitesTheoreticalPracticalCreditECTS
ISS 181H:el-Medhal ile'n-Nususi't-Turasiye2023
ISS 182H:Edebu'z-Zühd ve'r-Rekaik2023
ISS 183H:el-Maksud fi's-Sarf2023
ISS 184H:et-Tuhfetu's-Seniyye2023
ISS 281H:el-Kıraa fi'I-Edebi'l-Muasir3034
ISS 282H:et-Takrib li'n-Nevevi2023
ISS 283Arabic Grammer book by Muhammad Birgvi4046
ISS 284H:izharu'l-Esrar li'I-Birgivi: Mamulat ve irab4046
ISS 285H:el-Emali fi'I-Akide2023
ISS 286H:Klasik Mantık ve Münazara3034
ISS 381Muhtasaru'I-Kuduri: Chapter on Marriage (A classic fiqh textbook)2023
ISS 382H:Muhtasaru'I-Kuduri: Muamelat3033
ISS 383Arabic Literature3034
ISS 384H: Mebahis fi Usuli'd-Din: Mutun Muhtara3034
ISS 482H: en-Nazariyyatu'I-Kevniyye: Mutun Muhtara3034
ISS 485A classic textbook in Usul al-Fqih by Molla Husrev2023
ISS 487A classic book of Fiqh by Muhammad al-Shaibani3034
ISS 488H:el-Muvatta3034
ISS 489Selected Readings in Islamic Political Thought2023
ISS 490Readings on Tefsir bi'd-Diraye (Qur’anic Exegesis)3054
ARAB 101Arabic I3035
ARAB 102Arabic II3035
ARAB 201Arabic III3035
ARAB 202Arabic IV3035
ARCH 106Introduction to Architecture I3035
ARM 101Armenian3035
CHI 101Chinese I3035
CHI 102Chinese II0035
CS 200Summer Practice0005
CS 201Data Structures and AlgorithmsENGR 101, MATH 1043035
CS 202Advanced AlgorithmsCS 2013035
CS 240Exploratory Data AnalysisPre-requisite (ENGR 100 or CS 100), ENGR 251, ENGR 1053034
CS 300Summer Practice0005
CS 351Computer ArchitectureEECS 2183035
CS 352Operating SystemsENGR 1023035
CS 361SoftwareENGR 1023035
CS 364Computer Networks3035
CS 381Object Oriented ProgrammingENGR 1023035
CTV 201Basic Photography2235
CTV 202Advanced Photography2235
CTV 203Art of Storytelling3035
CTV 204Screenwriting3035
CTV 205Key Concepts in Moving Image Studies3035
CTV 206History of Cinema3035
CTV 207Introduction to Media and Communication Studies3035
CTV 208Sociology of Media3035
CTV 211Introduction to Cinematography and Lighting2235
CTV 212Editing2135
CTV 214Film Sound2135
CTV 303Film Theory and Aesthetics3035
CTV 305Television Studies2235
CTV 306Ethnography in/of Media2235
CTV 308TV and Film Production3035
CTV 309Film Culture3035
CTV 310Film Production22310
CTV 312Unforgotten Cinema3035
CTV 313Auteur Cinema3035
CTV 314Music and Sound Design in Film3035
CTV 315Cinema in Turkey3035
CTV 320Popular Culture and Media3035
CTV 321History of Art and Culture3035
CTV 322Brand Management3035
CTV 324Media Ethics3035
CTV 331Cyberculture3035
CTV 332Urban Imagery and Visual Narrative3035
CTV 335Critical Approaches to Modern Image3035
CTV 341Anthropology of Media3035
CTV 342Gender, Race, Class in Media3035
CTV 344Intercultural Communication3035
CTV 347Advanced ScreenwritingCTV 2041235
CTV 349Imagined Networks: Media and Migration2235
CTV 351New Approaches in Marketing Communication3035
CTV 353Services Marketing3035
CTV 355Digital Marketing3035
CTV 358International Journalism3035
CTV 401Graduation Project32410
CTV 402Senior Graduation ProjectCTV 40132415
CTV 403Documentary Making22310
CTV 404World Cinema3035
CTV 406New Ways of Seeing3035
CTV 411Silent Cinema3035
CTV 413Cinema and Politics3035
CTV 414Cinema and Feminism3035
CTV 417Film Genres3035
CTV 419History of Turkish Media3035
CTV 421Cultural Studies3035
CTV 430Art of Animation2235
CTV 432Visual Communication and Design2235
CTV 433Experimantel Film and Video3035
CTV 436The Way to the Narrative3035
CTV 453News Reporting and Writing2235
CTV 454Multimedia Journalism2235
CTV 457Digital Media and Culture3035
CTV 481Special Topics in Cinema and Television I3035
CTV 482Special Topics in Cinema and Television II3035
ECON 204Advanced MicroeconomicsECON 201, ECON 2023035
ECON 205Intermediate MicroeconomicsECON 2023035
ECON 206Intermediate MacroeconomicsECON 2013035
ECON 208Advanced MacroeconomicsECON 201, ECON 2023035
ECON 302Economic PolicyECON 201, ECON 2023035
ECON 303Evolution of Economies and Economics3035
ECON 305Economic History of Turkey3035
ECON 306Economic History of Europe3035
ECON 307Behavioral Economics3035
ECON 308World Economy3035
ECON 309Managerial Economics3035
ECON 331Econometrics3035
ECON 401Global Economic Thought3037
ECON 402Economic History of the Ottoman Empire3036
ECON 403Turkish Economy3037
ECON 405Institutional Economics 3035
ECON 406Financial Economics3035
ECON 407Economic Methodology and Philosophy of Economics 3035
ECON 408Growth and Development3035
ECON 409Applied Economic Analysis3035
ECON 410Real Estate Economics and Finance3035
ECON 411Topics in İslamic Economics and Finance3035
ECON 412Topics in Islamic Economics3035
ECON 413Analytical Political Economy3035
ECON 414Labor Economics3035
ECON 415Making Better Decisions3035
ECON 450Economics Through Fiction3035
EE 200Summer Practice0005
EE 201Circuit AnalysisMATH 206, EECS 2013245
EE 232Probability and Stochastic Processes3035
EE 300Summer Practice0005
EE 302Microelectronic Circuit DesignEE 2013245
EE 311Introduction to Electronic DevicesMATH 1033035
EE 312Introduction to Communication SystemsEECS 2163035
EE 321ElectromagneticsPHYS 104, MATH 2063035
EE 322Electromagnetics II3035
EE 324Control SystemsJenior Year Standing, EECS 2163035
EE 331Digital Electronics3035
EE 332MicroprocessorsEECS 2183245
EECS 201System Design FundamentalsPre-requisite (ENGR 100 or CS 100), ENGR 1053246
EECS 202Basic Digital Communication with NetworkingPre-requisite (ENGR 100 or CS 100), Pre-requisite (ENGR 100 or CS 100), ENGR 1053246
EECS 211Introduction to Programming3235
EECS 214Unix Operating System1224
EECS 216Signals and SystemsMATH 104, MATH 2063035
EECS 218Digital Logic Design3035
EECS 221Embedded Systems Programming in CENGR 1013035
EECS 241Discrete MathematicsMATH 1033034
EECS 244Differential Equations and Linear Algebra3035
EECS 401Engineering Practice and ProfessionalismAt Least Success 90 Crh2022
EECS 402EntrepreneurshipAt Least Success 90 Crh2035
EECS 403Digital Circuit DesignAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 404Communication CircuitsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 405RF Circuit DesignAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 407Advanced Integrated Analog Circuit DesignAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 413Wireless CommunicationsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 415Digital Signal ProcessingAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 416Image and Video ProcessingAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 417Digital CommunicationAt Least Success 90 Crh0035
EECS 418Information TheoryAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 421Antennas and PropagationsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 423OpticsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 424Photonics and LasersAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 429MultimediaAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 432Mobile ProgrammingAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 436Embedded Sytem DesignAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 441Nano and Micro Electro Mechanical SystemAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 451Database SystemsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 456Principles of Computer SystemsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 457Performance Engineering of Software SystemsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 461Machine LearningAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 462Automata Theory, Languages and ComputationAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 464Computer VisionAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 465Introduction to RoboticsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 468BioinformaticsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 471Distributed AlgorithmsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 474NetworksAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 476Advanced Computer NetworksAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 481CryptographyAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 482Cryptographic EngineeringAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 483Network SecurityAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
EECS 486Computational GenomicsAt Least Success 90 Crh3035
ELIT 201Mythologies3036
ELIT 203Linguistics I3037
ELIT 204Linguistics IIELIT 2033036
ELIT 205Introduction to Literary Genres3036
ELIT 206PoetryELIT 2053037
ELIT 208Reading Classics3036
ELIT 214Eighteenth Century Novel3036
ELIT 301History of English Literature I3036
ELIT 302History of English Literature II3036
ELIT 303Literary Theory I3036
ELIT 304Literary Theory II3036
ELIT 305Victorian Period3036
ELIT 306Modernism3036
ELIT 308Renaissance Literature3036
ELIT 401Postcolonial Litearture3036
ELIT 402Literature and Film3036
ELIT 403DramaELIT 2053036
ELIT 404World Literature3036
ELIT 414Postmodern Novel3036
ENGR 101Introduction to Programming2235
ENGR 102Programming PracticeENGR 1012235
ENGR 105Introduction to Engineering0212
ENGR 244Engineering MaterialsPHYS 104, ENGR 1003035
ENGR 246Manufacturing ProcessesENGR 2443035
ENGR 251Probability for EngineersMATH 104, ENGR 1052235
ENGR 252Statistics for Engineerssuccessfully complete one of the courses (ENGR 251 or MGT 205)2235
ENGR 313Scientific Computing3246
ENGR 314Database Management2235
ENGR 422Numerical Methods3035
ENGR 461Computer Aided Engineering (CAE)3035
ENGR 497Global Design Project I AnalysisAt Least Success 90 Crh12210
ENGR 498Global Design Project II SynthesisAt Least Success 90 Crh, ENGR 49712210
FRE 101French I0035
FRE 102French II0035
FRE 201French III0035
FRE 202French IV0035
GER 101German I0035
GER 102German II0035
GER 201German III3035
GER 202German IV3035
GRE 101Greek3035
GRE 102Greek II3035
HIST 201Historical Methodology3035
HIST 202Ottoman History: Beylik to Empire3035
HIST 203Early Islamic History3035
HIST 204Muslim Empires: A Concise History3035
HIST 205Mediterranean History3035
HIST 206History of Central Eurasia and Turkic Peoples3035
HIST 207Ottoman Turkish I3035
HIST 208Ottoman Turkish IIHIST 2073035
HIST 209Seljuk History3035
HIST 301Statistics for Social Sciences2247
HIST 302Research Methods3037
HIST 303Classical Ottoman History3036
HIST 304Late Ottoman History3035
HIST 305History of Medieval Europe3035
HIST 306History of Modern Europe3035
HIST 307Ottoman Paleography3035
HIST 308Ottoman DiplomaticaHIST 3073035
HIST 310Black Sea History3035
HIST 311Ottoman Urban History3035
HIST 312Istanbul in History3035
HIST 313History of Islamic Civilization3035
HIST 314History of Muslim Spain3035
HIST 315History of the Mamluks3035
HIST 316History of Art and Architecture3035
HIST 317History of Science3035
HIST 318Byzantine History3035
HIST 319History of the Crusades3035
HIST 320History of Colonialism3035
HIST 401Historiography: Ancient to Modern3037
HIST 402Contemporary Historiography3037
HIST 403Arab Lands in the Ottoman Era303