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Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences - Business Administration

History
The Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences was founded on 14th July 2010. The faculty contains seven departments; namely, Economics, Business Administration, Political Science and Public Administration, Econometrics, Public Finance, Banking-Finance, International Trade, and Logistics. The Department of Business Administration has undergraduate programme, and the Department of Economics has also MSc. and PhD programmes in addition its undergraduate programme.
Qualification Awarded
The Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration is awarded to the graduates who have successfully completed all courses in the curriculum.
Level of Qualification (Short Cycle , First Cycle , Second Cycle, Third Cycle)
I Cycle (Bachelor)
Specific Admission Requirements
In order to gain admission to the undergraduate programmes in the Erzurum Technical University, students have to take a university entrance exam administered by Student Selection and Placement Centre (ÖSYM). Graduates of Vocational Schools who succeed in the vertical transfer examination can also be admitted to continue their education in order to obtain a bachelor’s degree. Additionally, international students are subject to the university’s Foreign Students Directive regarding the admission requirements
Specific Arrangements For Recognition Of Prior Learning (Formal, Non-Formal and Informal)
The rules for the recognition of prior learning are governed according to the university’s several directives: The Intra and Inter-Agency Transfer Directive, the Double Major and Minor Programs Directive, the Special (Guest) Students Directive, and the Exemptions and Adaptation Directive.
Qualification Requirements and Regulations
Students have to obtain a grade point average of at least 2.00 out of 4.00 and successfully pass all courses on the programme (equivalent to a total of 240 ECTS). Students have to also complete their compulsory internship.
Profile of The Programme
The Department of Business Administration aims to graduate high qualified students who have the ability to analytically think and do synthesis by taking the theoretical knowledge of Business Administration at the centre. Graduates with this qualification will highly demanded by employers. To achieve this goal, the department has developed a flexible and innovative undergraduate programme containing several elective courses. The programme has been arranged as 4 years and 8 terms. The programme has also compulsory English Courses covering its 8 terms in order to improve students’ English skills.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
It is aimed that graduates from the Department of Business Administration will have the ability to analytically evaluate the problems related to economic affairs and to propose convincing solutions to them. If they graduate with this ability, they can be easily employed as specialists and administrators in the governmental institutions and organizations, in the finance and banking sector, audit companies and international companies. They can also pursue an academic career.
Access to Further Studies
The graduates holding a bachelor’s degree are eligible to apply to master’s degree programmes at national level and /or international level both in the same and in related disciplines. However, the graduates should have sufficient knowledge of foreign language and pass the exam of "ALES" in Turkey.
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Assessment and grading in the Department of Business Administration is carried out according to the university’s Undergraduate Education and Examination Regulation and particularly according to the following articles of the regulation: 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28 ve 29.
Graduation Requirements
To be able to graduate, students have to meet the conditions set out by the Article 41 of the Undergraduate Education and Examination Regulation.
Mode of Study (Full-Time, Part-Time, E-Learning )
Address, Programme Director or Equivalent
Ömer Nasuhi Bilmen Mah. Askeri Havaalanı Yolu 1. km Yakutiye/ERZURUM. Contact: 444 5 388, the Head of Department: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Şakir DIZMAN
Facilities
The department provides facilities such as symposium, conferences, panels through which students have a chance to put their theoretical knowledge into practice. The department has also sufficient physical facilities such as library, entrepreneurship laboratory and classes supported by technological equipment. We are also part of different student exchange programmes (Erasmus+, PAX, Mevlana and Farabi) through which students might visit other national or international universities during their studentship. Additionally, students might benefit from social and sportive activities (e.g. football, basketball, ice hockey, folk dancing etc.) and student clubs.


Program Outputs

Faculty Working Mode
1 Students have the advanced theoretical and practical knowledge provided by the course materials containing the updated information, the research methods and techniques applied in the field studies, and other sources.
2 Students have information on the fields: market research, consumer behaviour, marketing mix, marketing strategies, demand forecasting, market segmentation, strategic marketing, relationship marketing, global markets, information systems, business behaviour, product and service strategies, product life curve pricing, supply chain, manufacturing management, and innovation.
3 Students can sufficiently use Turkish and English (if necessary) verbally and in written to express their knowledge and experiences related to their duties in any of the major business management functions: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
4 Students can carry out the relevant researches, make a contribution to the relevant projects and behave according to the project objectives while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
5 Students can determine the missions and goals of enterprises, evaluate these enterprises’ positions in the market, and propose suggestions to strengthen their positions while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
6 Students can analytically evaluate their knowledge and skills which are acquired while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
7 Students see the importance of innovation and life-long learning and behave accordingly while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
8 Students have knowledge of the functions of the business management: planning, execution, organization, and coordination, and of the strategic, tactical and operational dimensions of the business management. They can analyse the organizational structure of an enterprise. They follow national and international developments in the field of business management. They also have knowledge of entrepreneurship.
9 Students can effectively use the necessary information technologies while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
10 Students have knowledge of the functions of the business management: planning, execution, organization, and coordination, and of the strategic, tactical and operational dimensions of the business management. They can analyse the organizational structure of an enterprise. They follow national and international developments in the field of business management. They have also knowledge of entrepreneurship
11 Students have knowledge in the fields of mathematics, statistics and econometrics. They can make more rational decisions through statistical and econometric evaluations stemming from numeric data, anticipate the outcomes of these decisions, and develop more strategic positions towards these anticipated outcomes by causally thinking about them.
12 Students have the awareness of the universal human rights, social justice, the importance of quality, the importance of the protection of the environmental and cultural values, and the importance of the occupational health and safety
13 Students are open to share their professional experiences and promote professional solidarity with their colleagues in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance where they take duties
14 Students have knowledge of the basic concepts of finance, financial markets, financial analysis and planning, working capital management, capital budgeting, the evaluation of investment projects, and the financial decisions in the short and long run. They can evaluate investment projects and use this evaluation in analysing the relevant enterprises
15 Students knows basic accounting concepts and accounting for transactions in business. They can analyse the fiscal and financial situations of enterprises. They have theoretical knowledge of the issues related to costs and can use this knowledge in practice
16 Students have sufficient knowledge of micro/macro-economics and they can evaluate economic developments in line with this knowledge
17 Students have information on the fields: market research, consumer behaviour, marketing mix, marketing strategies, demand forecasting, market segmentation, strategic marketing, relationship marketing, global markets, information systems, business behaviour, product and service strategies, product life curve pricing, supply chain, manufacturing management, and innovation
18 While taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance; students can identify and analyse the problems related to these functions and propose solutions to them
19 Students consider business ethics and other moral principles while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
20 Students can carry out the relationship with stakeholders and evaluate the outcomes of them while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
21 Students follow the developments and encourage their peers to do so while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance
22 Students can carry out team works and share their knowledge and experiences with their peers while taking duties and responsibilities in any of the major functions of business management: production, marketing, accounting, or finance

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

T:Theoretical U:Practice L:Laboratory K:Credit

1 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
YDY-101 3 0 0 3.002.00
UOD-101 3 0 0 3.002.00
YDY-101 3 0 0 3.002.00
FOZ101 Academic and Social Orientation 0 2 0 1.001.00
ISL101 Accounting I 3 0 0 3.005.00
FOD103 Basic Principles of Law 3 0 0 3.004.00
ISL105 Behavioral Sciences 3 0 0 3.004.00
IKT103 Business and Economics Mathematics 1 3 0 0 3.004.00
ISL103 Fundamentals of Business 3 0 0 3.004.00
IKT101 Introduction to Economics 1 3 0 0 3.004.00
UOD-101 Turkish I 3 0 0 3.002.00
Total 30 2 0 3134

2 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
YDY-102 3 0 0 3.002.00
ISL102 Accounting 2 3 0 0 3.005.00
FOD106 Basic Computer Applications 2 2 0 3.005.00
FOD104 Constitutional Law 3 0 0 3.004.00
IKT102 Introduction to Economics 2 3 0 0 3.004.00
ISL104 Management and Organization 3 0 0 3.004.00
FOD102 Mathematics in Social Sciences I 3 0 0 3.004.00
UOD-102 Turkish I 3 0 0 3.002.00
Total 23 2 0 2430

3 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
UOZ-TA1 Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution 1 2 0 0 2.002.00
FOD203 Commercial Law 3 0 0 3.004.00
ISL201 Cost Accounting 1 3 0 0 3.006.00
YDY-201 English III 3 0 0 3.003.00
IKT203 Macroeconomics 1 3 0 0 3.005.00
IKT201 Microeconomics 1 3 0 0 3.004.00
EKO201 Statistics I 3 0 0 3.005.00
Total 20 0 0 2029

4 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
UOZ-TA2 Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution 2 2 0 0 2.002.00
ISL202 Cost Accounting 2 3 0 0 3.006.00
YDY-202 English IV 3 0 0 3.004.00
FOD204 Labour Law 3 0 0 3.004.00
IKT204 Macroeconomics 2 3 0 0 3.005.00
IKT202 Microeconomics 2 3 0 0 3.004.00
EKO202 Statistics II 3 0 0 3.005.00
Total 20 0 0 2030

5 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
SEÇ-301 Elective Course 1 3 0 0 3.000.00
ISL307 Financial Markets and Institutions 3 0 0 3.003.00
ISL301 Fundamental Principles Of Finance 3 0 0 3.005.00
ISL305 Marketing Management I 3 0 0 3.003.00
ISL303 Operational Research 3 0 0 3.003.00
ISL203 Organizational Behaviour 3 0 0 3.004.00
ISL300 Staj 0 0 0 0.002.00
FOD301 Vocational English I 2 0 0 2.002.00
Total 20 0 0 2022

6 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
SEÇ-302 Elective Course 3 3 0 0 3.000.00
ISL302 Financial Management 3 0 0 3.006.00
ISL204 Human Resources Management 3 0 0 3.005.00
ISL304 Marketing Management II 3 0 0 3.006.00
FOD303 Research Methods in Social Sciences 3 0 0 3.003.00
FOD302 Vocational English 2 2 0 0 2.002.00
Total 17 0 0 1722

7 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
FOD401 Dissertation 2 2 0 3.005.00
SEÇ-401 Elective Course 5 3 0 0 3.000.00
ISL401 International Business 3 0 0 3.006.00
ISL403 Production Management I 3 0 0 3.005.00
FOD403 Vocational English III 2 0 0 2.002.00
Total 13 2 0 1418

8 .Semester

Course Code Course Title T U L KECTS
SEÇ-402 Elective Course 8 3 0 0 3.000.00
ISL404 Production Management II 3 0 0 3.005.00
IKT304 Public Finance 3 0 0 3.004.00
ISL402 Strategic Management 3 0 0 3.006.00
FOD402 Vocational English IV 2 0 0 2.002.00
Total 14 0 0 1417

ELECTIVE

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE T U L K ECTS
FOD301 Law of Obligations 3 0 0 0.00
FOS301 Effective Communication and Speech 3 0 0 0.00
FOS401 Commercial Law 3 0 0 0.00
FOS403 Current Topics in Mathematics 3 0 0 0.00
IKT325 Industrial Economics 3 0 0 0.00
ISL307 Financial Markets and Institutions 3 0 0 0.00
ISL321 Economic Development Models 3 0 0 0.00
ISL347 Şirketler Muhasebesi 3 0 0 0.00
ISL363 Entrepreneurship and SME 3 0 0 4.00
ISL373 Analytical Reading and Writing 3 0 0 4.00
IKT421 Regional Economics 3 0 0 0.00
ISL202 Cost Accounting 2 3 0 0 4.00
ISL204 Principles of Marketing 3 0 0 4.00
ISL206 Production Management 3 0 0 4.00
ISL302 Business Finance 3 0 0 4.00
ISL362 Performans Yönetimi 3 0 0 4.00
ISL363 Entrepreneurship and SME 3 0 0 4.00
ISL364 History of Modern Turkey 3 0 0 4.00
FOS401 Commercial Law 3 0 0 4.00
FOS403 Current Topics in Mathematics 3 0 0 4.00
IKT347 Applied Economics Research 3 0 0 0.00
IKT421 Regional Economics 3 0 0 0.00
IKT423 Management of Technology 3 0 0 0.00
ISL469 General Accounting Practices 3 0 0 4.00
FOS402 Labour and Social Security Law 3 0 0 4.00
FOS404 Verbal Logic and General Culture 3 0 0 0.00
IKT446 Macroeconomics General Applications 3 0 0 5.00
IKT474 World Economy 3 0 0 0.00
IKT480 International Economic Organizations 3 0 0 4.00
ISL374 Analytical Reading and Writing II 3 0 0 4.00
ISL470 General Accounting Practices II 3 0 0 4.00