Master of Business Administration (Non-Thesis) (Turkish) Course List

Compulsory Departmental Courses

Technical Elective Courses

Elective Courses Taken From Other Departments

Free Elective

Compulsory Departmental Courses

ISL598 - Term Project
Gradution Project is an original body of work that aims to define a problem or subject of scientific quality, collect data, analyze the data, discuss and present the results in an orderly fashion appropriate to scientific guidelines and consists of 3 major chapters and subchapters as many as needed.

Technical Elective Courses

- Technical Elective (Master's)

FNCE504 - Financial Management
Financial management process, time value of money, financial analysis, financial planning, breakeven and leverage analysis, operating capital.

FNCE508 - Financial Analysis
Introduction to financial statements, analysis types, analysis techniques, horizontal analysisis, vertical analysis, ratio analysis

FNCE510 - Investment Project Analysis
Capital markets, financial instruments and derivatives, portfolio approach, capital market analysis

ISL501 - Contemporary Management
Concept of business management, management system and its relation with external environment, enterprise of management, legal structure of management, basic functions of management, production, marketing, planning, finance, another processing, analyzing of business and duty, personal evaluation. To teach general structure and functions of management.

ISL502 - 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

ISL503 - Accounting
In this course, basic accounting concept and principles, the structure of financial statements, account classifications and chart of accounts, books of account, accounting records within the accounting period, unadjusted trial balance preparation, full adjusting and closing entries at the end of the period, preparing post-closing trial balance, balance sheet and income statement are covered.

ISL505 - 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.

ISL506 - Organization Theory
Course content includes these subject; Introduction to organization teory, Classical organization theories (Taylor: Scientific Management, Fayol: General Principles of Management, Weber: Ideal bureaucracy), Neo-classical organization theories (E.Mayo: Hawthorne and Western Electric Company, Woodward : Management and Technology, Burns: Mechanistic and Organic Structures, McGregor:Theory X and Theory Y), Modern organization theories (”Systems” approach, Contingency approach), Organization development and management develeopment, Contemporary Approaches to Business (Total Quality Management and continious improvement, Benchmarking, Re-engineering, Learning organizations, Strategic management).

ISL508 - Psychology and Business Ethics

ISL509 - 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.

ISL511 - Human Resource Management
The institutional and pracvtical dimensions of HRM.

ISL555 - Research Methods

Free Elective

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

FNCE505 - Securities and Portfolio Management

FNCE507 - International Finance
This course involves applications of mathematical techniques to the finance problems. Mathematical techniques in financial management, interest, risk and return calculations of financial instruments, etc. are subjects of this course.

FNCE515 - Managerial Accounting

FNCE517 - Financial Markets

HIR505 - PR, Advertising, New Media
Third wave vision to ITC's; Theories of information society; Postmodern approach to culture and information; alternative political economy aproaches.

HIR512 - Communication Strategies and Organizations
Examine the contemporary organizational structures and forms of administration.

KAM 511 - Leadership and Administration

KAM 533 - Bureaucracy and Organizational Behaviour

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LOJ501 - International Marketing and Strategies

LOJ512 - Project Design and Management

LOJ513 - Strategic Management in International Business

SY503 - Total Quality Management in Health Care Organizations
To explain Total Quality Management, ISO 9001:2008 standarts, JCI Hospital Acreditation standarts, Health care standarts of Turkish Ministry of Health, Patient Safety standarts and how to control quality system.

SY504 - Stock Control and Material Management
Having basic business and economic information Having information on civil aviation To have basic knowledge in the field of Accounting To have knowledge of transport systems and combined transport

SY508 - Marketing Management in Health Services
Explanation of basic concepts, strategic planning and marketing process, marketing strategy; target group identification and development in marketing mix, macro and micro environment of marketing, marketing segmentation, product, price, entrustment, distribution

TUR 511 - Marketing in Tourism
Marketin notion, marketing planning, tourism marketing, touristic product, tourism markets, delivering systems in tourism and all related subject with tourism and marketing.