Master of Finance (Non-Thesis) Course List

Compulsory Departmental Courses

Technical Elective Courses

Elective Courses Taken From Other Departments

Free Elective



Compulsory Departmental Courses

- Technical Elective (Master's)

FNCE598 - Term Project

Technical Elective Courses

ECON 505 - Macroeconomics
National income accounting, aggregate supply and demand, first models, behavioral foundations

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

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.

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

FNCE511 - The Law of Finance

FNCE512 - Tax Law for Businesses

FNCE513 - Risk Managemenet
In-depth analysis of the financial crisis and causes of this crisis which are market risk, credit risk and operational risks will be elaborated and insight about international and Turkish risk management applications will be provided

FNCE514 - Accounting Theories and Standards

FNCE515 - Managerial Accounting

FNCE516 - New Financial Instruments and Accounting Applications

FNCE517 - Financial Markets

FNCE518 - Financial Econometrics

ISL555 - Research Methods

Free Elective

ECON 512 - Financial Economics
The working of the monetary and capital markets

ECON 521 - Applied Econometrics
Review of basic statistics; simple regression, tests of hypothesis; prediction; assessing goodness of fit; assumptions of the classical linear regression model; transformation of variables; estimation and inference in the multiple regression model

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

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.

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.

LOJ506 - International Financial Markets and Institutions

LOJ523 - Supply Chain Management and Logistics

SY507 - Financial Management in Health Services
Financing and capitalization topics for people who are working in the health care sector.

TUR 518 - Tourism İnvestment Projects Evaluation
The structure and general characteristics of tourism industry, Tourism, investment and basic terms, Tourism investment incentives and credits