Master of Business Administration (Thesis) (English) Course List

Compulsory Departmental Courses

Technical Elective Courses

Free Elective

Compulsory Departmental Courses

- Graduate Free Elective (Eng)

MAN555 - Research Methods
To understand the basic differences between writing essays and writing research papers so that the students will be able to think ctritically and creatively about the research process, find and evaluate sources, learn APA format, develop strategies and write a proper research paper.

MBA500 - Seminar
Research methods, data types and data collecting, statistical techniques for analyzing data, using charts and graphics, reporting of researches

MBA599 - Thesis

Technical Elective Courses

ECON501 - Theory of Economics
Course covers the following concepts: Supply and demand, consumer producer surplus, market response,elasticity, taxes, decision making, rational consumer, production decision, market structure

MBA501 - Contemporary Management
Fundamentals of business administration, the concepts of management and manager, management fuctions,The Changing Landscape of Business, Business Ethics and Social Responsibility, Starting Your Own Business: The Entrepreneurship, Team Management and Communication, Customer-Driven Marketing, Managing Technology and Information, Total Quality Management, Benchmarking, Outsourcing, Learning Organizations, Time Management, Empowerment.

MBA502 - Marketing Management
Explanation of basic concepts, strategic planning and marketing process, Marketing Strategy - Defining Targeting Audience and Target growth in marketing mix, macro and micro environments of marketing, Market Segmentation, Consumer and Industrial Markets and different aspects of those markets, Consumer Behavior, Product, Price, Promotion and Distribution

MBA503 - Accounting
In the course of general accounting, recording of the accounts within basic terms of accounting and inified accounting system by analysing the balance sheet and the income statement of a firm and preparing basic financial statements that measure the financial position of a firm are covered.

MBA504 - Financial Management
LECTURES and TOPICS Lecture 1 Intro. to Corp. Finance(Chp1, 2 and 3) Mini Case 1 Lecture 2 Time Value of Money (Chp 5) End of Chapter Questions 4, 5, 7, 16, 20, 22, 24, 38, 39, 40, 48, 49, 60, 63, 64, 67 Lecture 3 Valuing Bonds (Chp 6) End of Chapter Questions 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 18, 20, 23, 25, 29 Lecture 4 Valuing Stocks (Chp 7) End of Chapter Questions 2, 4, 6, 7, 11, 15, 16, 19, 21, 24, 26, 29, 40, 43 Mini Case 2 Lecture 5 NPV and Investment Criteria (Chp 8) End of Chapter Questions 1 thru 12, 18, 22, 26, 37 and an in-class assignment Lecture 6 Disc. Cash Flow Analysis (Chp 9) End of Chapter Questions 21, 24, 30 Mini Case 3 MIDTERM, exact date will be posted in class Lecture 7 Project Analysis (Chp 10) End of Chapter Questions 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, 15, 17, 20 Lecture 8 Int.Risk,Ret., and Cost of Capital (Chp 11) End of Chapter Questions 17, 18 and in class assignment Lecture 9 Risk, Return and Capital Budgeting (Chp 12) End of Chapter Questions 6, 8, 9, 19, 21, 26, 27, 29 Lecture 10 The Weighted Ave. Cost of Capital (Chp 13) End of Chapter Questions 5, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 Mini Case 4 Lecture 11 Debt Policy (Chp 16) End of Chapter Questions 1, 5, 15, 16, 33 Lecture 12 Payout Policy (Chp 17) End of Chapter Questions will be appointed in class Lecture 13 General Overview of the lectures given through-out the semestre.

MBA505 - Quantitative Methods
Operational research, Structure and solution of decision problems, Linear programming, Mathematical structure of linear programming, Solution techniques of linear programming, graphical method, Simplex method, Transportation problems, Mathematical structure of transportation problems, Solution of transportation problems, MODI test.

MBA506 - Organizational Theory
Organizations and Organization Theory, Strategy, Organization Design and Effectiveness, Fundamentals of Organization Structure, External Environment, Interorganizational Relationships, Designing organizations for the International Environment, Manufacturing and Service Technologies, Using Information technology for control and coordination, organization size, life cycle and decline, organizational culture and ethical values, ınnovation and change, decision making process, conflict, power and politics

MBA507 - Financial Statement Analysis
Introduction to financial statements, analysis types, analysis techniques, horizontal analysisis, vertical analysis, ratio analysis

MBA508 - Psychology and Business Ethics

MBA509 - Operations Management
Production/Operations Management provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to work in the operations management profession which includes Demand Forecasting, Project Management, Quality management, Supply chain management, planning and scheduling, and inventory management, materials resource planning (MRP), enterprise resource planning (ERP) as well as modern production techniques such as lean production, Just-in –Time production, etc.

MBA511 - Human Resource Management
The institutional and pracvtical dimensions of HRM.

MBA515 - Managerial Accounting

MBA517 - Financial Markets

Free Elective

IE 509 - Production Systems
Management and control of production function in organizational systems. Concepts of materials management, master production scheduling and production planning from different perspectives. Aggregate planning, lot sizing. Scheduling in manufacturing systems, scheduling in service systems, design and operation of scheduling systems. Material Requirements Planning (MRP) versus Just-in -Time (JIT) implementations. Optimized Production Technology (OPT). Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS). Types of production settings. Inventory planning theory. Computer support, system conversion and integration issues in manufacturing planning and control. Real world problems.

IE 513 - Strategic Planning
This course covers advanced topic of management, which is strategy. Methods and techniques of strategic management; which is formulation, implementation and evaluation of actions that enable an organization to achieve its mission and objectives. Strategic Choice and Decision Making, Strategy Implementation Process Structure and Planning Style, Strategy Review, Evaluation and Control by a new tool Balanced Score Card.

IE 514 - Decision Support Systems
Decision Support Systems and Business Intelligence, Decision Making, Systems, Modeling and Support, Decision Support Systems Concepts, Methodologies and Technologies, Modeling and Analysis, Data Warehousing, Business Analytics and Data Visualization, Data, Text and Web-Mining, Neural Networks for Data Mining, Business Performance Management, Collaborative Computer-Supported Technologies and Group Support Systems, Knowledge Management, Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems, Advanced Intelligence Systems, Decision Support System Applications

IE 516 - E-Business
The Internet is changing the way companies do business, including an examination of the Digital Economy and the forces shaping the new media economy. This course provides an introduction to eBusiness, the business that takes place online. Online business is increasingly important in our networked world of global transactions and global competition. This course will examine some major topic areas: Introduction to eBusiness, Electronic Retailing, Introduction to eCommerce Web Design, eBusiness Marketing; and eBusiness Infrastructures.

IE 517 - Customer Relationship Management
This course analyses operational, analytical and collaborative customer relationship management. Starts with operational CRM, connecting with analytical and collaborative CRM. Understanding the importance of building and sustaining relationships with customers. Enhancing customer loyalty. Analyzing customer value and profitability Investigating the use of technologies for the effective management of relationships with individual customers. Managing the CRM process. Implementing CRM systems and evaluating their success

IE 519 - Forecasting
Forecasting methodology and techniques in general. Forecasting methods versus Forecasting Systems; Dynamic Bayesian Modelling; Methodological Forecasting and Analysis (prior and posterior, forward intervention, smoothing, component forms); Polynomial, Seasonal, Harmonic and Regression Systems; Superpositioning (Block structured Models, Block Discounting, Component Intervention); Variance Learning; Forecast Monitoring and applications; Time Series Analysis and Forecasting; Moving Averages; Estimation and Forecasting for ARMA models;ARIMA models. Seasonal and Non Seasonal Box-Jenkins Models; Winters’ Exponential Smoothing; Decomposition Models. Other possible methods. Real world applications.

IE 520 - Logistics and Inventory Systems
Determination of needs and requirements for logistics within large-scale manufacturing and business environments. Logistics performance and cost control, and logistics concepts of product systems design. Overview of procurement, material handling, physical distribution, after-sale services (product repair and maintenance). Packaging facilities, repair, maintenance, and automation in logistics. Concept of inventory and inventory costs. EOQ Model. Deterministic and stochastic models with fixed or variable reorder ıntervals and lead times. Multi-echolon models. Heuristic solutions to some inventory models

ISE 501 - Foundations in IT Management
Computing Infrastructure Overview. Introduction to IT Services: Event and Fault management; Problem management; Change management; Configuration management; Asset management (inventory and software distribution); Performance and Capacity management. Security management; Network management; Storage management; Workload management; Backup and Recovery management; End-user services (end-user self-enablement, remote control, help desk, deskside support, client image services); Reporting management. Business process management fundamentals: Overview and supporting infrastructure.

ISE 502 - Organizational Management & Change
Organizational behavior and management. Personality and learning. Perception, attribution and judgment of others. Values, attitudes and work behavior. Theories of work motivation. Motivation in practice. Groups and teamwork. Leadership. Communication. Decision making. Conflict and stress. Organizational structure. Change management principles: sponsorship, planning, measurement, engagement, support structures. Change management processes.

ISE 511 - IT Strategy Planning & Governance
The IT Strategic Planning Process. Structuring the strategic planning process. Analyzing the Business Environment. Identifying the mission and competencies of your organization. Assigning value and weight to enterprise objectives. Reviewing established IT portfolios. Measuring your IT governance maturity. Aligning IT to your business objectives. Defining a Business-Driven IT Vision. Detecting candidate solutions and refining Critical Success Factors (CSF). Selecting the strategic initiatives. Establishing governance requirements. Preparing the IT Strategic Plan. Mapping initiatives to the goals of your organization. Defining an IT vision. Budgeting the investment. Solidifying final decisions. Executing the IT Strategy. Monitoring and improving the plan.

ISE 515 - Process Analysis & Improvement
Business Process Concepts. Process Change Drivers. Business Process Mapping. Business Process Strategy. Business Rule Analysis. Measuring the Process. Business Process Analysis. Process Improvement Approaches. Six Sigma. Process Reengineering. Overview of Enabling Technologies.

ISE 552 - e-Commerce - A Managerial Perspective
Introduction to e-Business and e-Commerce. Electronic marketplaces. Technical aspects and infrastructure of e-Commerce. E-Commerce business models. Current state of the art. Marketing online, Legal environment in e-Commerce, Fiscal environment in e-Commerce. Introduction to enabling technologies and standards. Workflow Systems for e-Commerce. Current B2B e-Commerce Frameworks: Open buying on the Internet (OBI), common business library (CBL), CommerceNet's eCo framework, and Web services. Personalization on the Internet. Supply chain integration on the Internet.Case studies and presentations.

ISE 554 - IT Strategies in e-Government
Theoretical background of e-Government. The use of e-Government: local and global. Technical and organizational aspects to realize e-Government systems and contemporary sociotechnological methodologies. Enterprise architectures, reference models and frameworks: Zachman, TOGAF, MoDAF, and DoDAF. Interoperability standards: eGIF, EIF, SAGA, and other ISA (aka IDABC) programs in comparison with local profile. Interoperability and integration strategies: service, event and model driven architectures, ESB, semantic approaches. e-Government systems security and identity management. Local and global initiatives and case studies.