Management Information Systems (Turkish Program)

Courses Details

  

COMPULSORY COURSES

1st Semester
Code  Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
ENG 101 Academic English I

In the first 7 weeks of this course, there will be a focus on business English. Each week, a unit from the textbook The Business 2.0 Intermediate will be covered whilst completing writing tasks. In the remaining weeks, there will be a focus on academic English, in which Oxford EAP (B1+) will be used to familiarize students with academic language.

 

GRS 121 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

This course starts with the introduction of OSTIMTECH’s Entrepreneurship Center and nature of the entrepreneurship. After then topics are turn to recognizing opportunities, analysis of market and competitors, developing business models, types of businesses, issues and legal procedures.

ISG 101 Occupational Health and Safety

In this course; Occupational Health and Safety Approach will be thought and students will have knowledge on historical development of Occupational Health and Safety both internationally and in Turkey. Basic concepts of Labor Law, concept and types of employment contracts, working times, right to rest and vacation will be discussed. Physical, chemical, biological risk factors will be given. Occupational diseases and accidents will also be thought. Personal protective equipments, risk assessment subjects will also be covered by the course.

UHG 151 Introduction to University Life

In this course; students will be given information about the university level education in times of a global pandemic. Ice-breaking session will enable students to understand each other and share the experiences. New entrants to the university will be informed about how to be successful during their university level education.

MAT 103 Mathematics I

This course will begin with a review of algebra, analytic geometry, functions, and trigonometry at an introductory level. This two-week part aims to understand whether the students are ready to take Calculus to expand their knowledge. This part is important for students to understand whether their high school studies are well enough to sustain this course. Then, the course will skip to the real part and the introduction of functions and models will be introduced to make a basis for limits and derivatives.

YBS 101 Fundamentals of Computer and Programming I

In this course, covered topics are computer hardware, computer software and concepts of programming. data types, variables, arrays, conditionals, loops, input/output structures, methods and parameter passing is covered throughout the course.

PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology

The course starts with an introduction to psychology and the importance of psychology in understanding human. Topics include factors that influence perception, the link between perception and individual decision making, using the principles of learning to understand everyday behavior, cues to improving memory, defining and measuring intelligence, sources of emotions, theories of motivations, defining and measuring personality, environmental and psychological stressors, making sense of ourselves and others.

YBS 131 Management Information Systems

The course starts with an introduction to management information systems and the importance of systems in achieving organizational goals. Topics include how to develop and maintain information systems to gain competitive advantage, to solve business problems, and to improve decision making. Then basics of computers, information systems technologies and communication technologies. This is followed by overview of different types of information systems. The term is completed by in-depth exploration of current trend in the information systems field.

BUS 201 Management and Organization

The course starts with an introduction to microeconomics and major microeconomic concepts and continues with the production possibility model and economic systems. Then supply, demand, equilibrium, determination of price and quantity are introduced. This is followed by shifts in demand and supply, disequilibrium and adjustment to equilibrium and government intervention. After the introduction of various elasticities, some applications are illustrated within the context of demand and supply and determination of pieces and quantities.

  

 

2nd Semester
Code  Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
ENG 102 Academic English II

Each week, a unit from the textbook Oxford EAP will be covered whilst reading an authentic article in which academic language is analyzed and from which writing tasks are developed.

GRS 122 Entrepreneurship Project

Within the scope of this course; basic concepts about technology-based entrepreneurship will be given. The characteristics of successful and unsuccessful attempts will be mentioned. On all this general information, by giving students Business Model Development trainings; Guidelines will be provided to develop their own project ideas by putting the value proposition within the scope of entrepreneurship as well.

IYE 124 Workplace Education 

With the training they will receive one day a week, students gain knowledge about the Turkish labor market, its rules, and business processes. They are equipped with information about the situations they may encounter in the workplace.

UHG 152 Building the Future

Career planning will be at the heart of this first period of the course including information about basic business management and entrepreneurship. In the second period students will be taught about Turkey and World economy.

MAT 104 Mathematics II

This course will begin by the introduction of differential equations. Then, in the second week, parametric equations and polar coordinates will be taught. Before the mid-term exam which will have questions covering the topics in first seven weeks, the other topics will be infinite sequences and series, vectors and vector functions to further expand the calculus knowledge of the students. Between ninth week and twelfth week, partial derivatives and multiple integrals will be introduced. The following weeks will be devoted to vector calculus and second-order differential equations. One week before the final examination, there will be a comprehensive problem-solving session in order to prepare students for the finals.

EKON 100 Introduction to Economics

Economic Systems, Production Possibility Model, Supply, Demand, Equilibrium, Determination of Price and Quantity, Shifts in Demand and Supply, Disequilibrium, Elasticities, Consumer Behavior, Producer Behavior, Market Structures and Resource Markets, GDP, Measuring Total Production and Income, Measuring Unemployment and Inflation, Economic Growth and Business Cycles, Output and Expenditure in the Short Run, Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply Analysis, Growth and Supply-Side Policies, Money and Banks, Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy, Inflation, Unemployment, Foreign Exhange Market.

YBS 112 Fundamentals of Computer and Programming II

This course includes a simple review of the main concepts of programming. Recursion is discussed in a simple form. Writing classes and instantiating objects from the class templates are covered. Inheritance, polymorphism, abstract classes and interfaces are shown. File and folder operations are practiced. Basic user interfaces are implemented. Finally, system design of simple problems are done.

YBS 213 Contemporary Management Techniques

After examining the concept of management and its functions, management approaches in the historical process; will be explained under the titles of classical-neoclassical-modern and postmodern. Then, the approaches developed by the management for today's globalizing world will be examined.

 

 

 

 

3rd Semester
Code  Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
ATA 101 Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution I

The history of Turkish modernization is discussed within the framework of the general history of civilization. In this direction, the important periods of the history of civilization are briefly explained and the place and contribution of Turkish history in these periods is revealed. Afterwards, the reasons why the Ottoman Empire, which guided the history of civilization for a period, entered the regression process were emphasized. Finally, the establishment process of modern Turkey on the legacy of the Ottoman Empire is explained.

TUR 101 Turkish I

Characteristics of the language and the Turkish language, writing methods and applied studies, punctuation marks and spelling rules, World Turkish novel, theater.

IYU 225 Workplace Application I

Students make observations and experience in the workplace one day of the week. Students take this course in business environment. The tasks and activities of the vocational candidates in this course should provide them with the opportunity to observe experienced superiors and workplace trainers on-the-job, to work individually with the students, even if they are limited.

YBS 215 Statistics I

This course deals with frequency distributions, measures of central tendency and variability, basic theorems of probability, independent and joint events, conditional probability, discrete probability distributions, normal distributions, sampling distributions, Hypothesis Tests and Simple Regression Analysis.

YBS 231 Data Structures and Algorithms

This course covers the classification of data structures, space and time considerations. Linked lists, stacks and queues, priority queues. Array and pointer-based implementations. Heaps and Tree structures, binary search trees, balanced AVL and red-black trees. Fundamentals of sorting and searching. Hash-tables and collision handling. Representation of graphs and introduction to graph algorithms.

ITF 304 Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The concept of supply chain as a current trend in business models, includes added value and supply chain strategies created as a result of processes, stages and functionality. In supply chain management; it analyzes supply-demand planning, stock planning, facility, transportation and transportation planning, performance management. It covers supply chain, logistics, supply and production, inventory management, transportation, transportation and current issues that create customer-oriented added value.

MAR 100 Marketing Principles

The course starts with basic concepts of marketing and continues creating customer value and engagement. followed company and marketing strategy: partnering to build customer engagement, value,and relationships.

BUS 200 General Accounting

The course provides a short introduction to financial reporting and financial statement analysis, with an emphasis on how financial information is reported to users external to the firm and how it helps in their resource allocation decisions.

GRS 221 Entrepreneurship and Social Impact I

This course includes conferences, seminars and projects within the scope of social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and social responsibility concepts, visits will be made to various foundations and associations within the scope of social responsibility. As a result of these activities, it is expected that a problem will be handled and transferred into a business plan, and then delivered as a presentation and report.

 

 

 

4th Semester
Code  Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
ATA 102 Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution II

Proclamation of the Republic and political, social and cultural reforms, economic breakthroughs. Problems that the Lausanne Peace Treaty could not solve and their conclusion. Movements against the new order. Multi-party life trials and results. Atatürk's Turkish Foreign Policy. Inönü period and the years of the Second World War Turkey's transition to a multi-party system, the Democrat Party period and after. Kemalism and Ataturk's Principles.

TUR 102 Turkish II

To ensure the management of voice and breath, which are the basic elements of communication. To ensure that body language is used effectively in conversations. To be successful in preparedor unprepared speeches. To have knowledge about the types of oral expression and applied studies.

IYU 226 Workplace Application II

With the trainings they will receive one day a week, students gain knowledge about the Turkish labor market, its rules and business processes. They are equipped with information about the situations they may encounter in the workplace.

YBS 214 Information Security

This course will begin with introduction, history of Information Security (IS), what is security, key information security levels critical characteristics of information, approach to IS implementation at an introductory level. Then, the course will skip to the real part and the security system development life cycle will be introduced to make a basis for IS management. Then, the need for security, technical failures and errors, legal, ethical, and professional issues in IS will be taught.

 

YBS 359 Strategic Management and Business Policy

The course will cover such topics as the study of strategic management and business policy, Globalization, Innovation, and Sustainability, Challenges to Strategic Management, Corporate governance, Social responsibility, Ethical considerations, Environmental Scanning and Industry Analysis, External environmental scanning and industry analysis, internal environmental scanning and organizational analysis, Organizational Analysis and Competitive Advantage, Strategy formulation, Business Strategy, Corporate Strategy, Functional Strategy and Strategic Choice, Strategy Implementation: Global Strategy , Organizing and Structure ,Staffing and Directing , Evaluation and Control.

YBS 216 Statistics II

Introduction to Multivariate Relationships, Multiple Regression and Correlation, Regression with Categorical Predictors: Analysis of Variance Methods, Multiple Regression with Quantitative and Categorical Predictors, Model Building with Multiple Regression, Logistic Regression: Modeling Categorical Responses, An Introduction to Advance Methodology. Applications using statistical computer programs SPSS, R and Stata.

YBS 202 Introduction to Database

This course offers lecture, laboratory, and online interaction to provide a foundation in data management concepts and database systems. It provides a study of data models, data description languages, and query facilities including relational algebra and SQL, data normalization, transactions and their properties, physical data organization and indexing, security issues and object databases.

YBS 307 Systems Analysis and Design

Introduces theory and practice of systems analysis and design. Topics include determining business requirements, documenting organizational processes, analyzing information flows, and reengineering/designing information systems. Team project required.

GRS 222 Entrepreneurship and Social Impact II This course includes conferences, seminars and projects within the scope of social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and social responsibility concepts, visits will be made to various foundations and associations within the scope of social responsibility. As a result of these activities, it is expected that a problem will be handled and transferred into a business plan, and then delivered as a presentation and report.

 

 

5th Semester
Code  Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
IYU 325 Workplace Application III

With this training, which students receive once a week, they have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge they have gained about the Turkish labor market, its rules and business processes. They have practical knowledge of what to do in any situation they may encounter in the workplace.

YBS 433 Software Quality Management

This course will begin with introduction to software quality and software quality factors and challenges at an introductory level. This three-week part aims to understand whether the students are ready to take SQM (Software Quality Management) to expand their knowledge.

YBS 205  Object-Oriented Programming

This course aims to provide general information about object-oriented software engineering concepts. Throughout the course, following topics will be covered: Introduction to Software Engineering, Modeling with UML, Project Organization and Communication, Dealing with Complexity, Requirements Elicitation, Analysis, System Design, Object Design, Mapping Models to Code, Testing, Design Patterns.

YBS 301 Operations Research

This course; It covers the historical development and methodology of operations research, introduction to linear programming and graphical solution, linear programming models and interpretation of solutions, simplex method, duality and sensitivity, transportation models, network models, PERT-CPM, and integer programming.

EKON 335 Labor Economics

Neoclassical theories of labor supply, labor demand, and labor market equilibrium. Compensating wage differentials. Human capital investment, education, and labor market outcomes. Wage inequality and income distribution. Skill-biased technical change. Job search, matching, and labor market frictions. Equilibrium unemployment. Labor market policies and labor market institutions. Collective bargaining and labor unions. Labor market discrimination. Social networks in labor markets.

YBS 311 Enterprise Resource Planning

It covers the general framework of Enterprise Resource Planning systems, development process, application cycle, technologies used, architecture and installation, maintenance, system selection and project planning, ERP modules, integration with ERP and other systems.

LAW 101 Introduction to Law

The fundamental concepts of law are covered in the course, including social order and law, rights, penalties, justice and equity, disputes, branches of law, the sources of law, legal practice, natural and legal persons, and juridical capacity.

GRS 321 Entrepreneurship and Social Impact III This course includes conferences, seminars and projects within the scope of social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and social responsibility concepts, visits will be made to various foundations and associations within the scope of social responsibility. As a result of these activities, it is expected that a problem will be handled and transferred into a business plan, and then delivered as a presentation and report.

 

 

6th Semester
Code  Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
IYD 326 Workplace Experience I

With this training, which students receive once a week, they have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge they have gained about the Turkish labor market, its rules and business processes. They have practical knowledge of what to do in any situation they may encounter in the workplace.

YBS 401 Project Management

Within the scope of this course; basic concepts related to project management will be given. Successful project manager characteristics will be mentioned. Failed projects and common mistakes will be summarized. The economic importance of project management is another subject of the course. In this context; integration management, scope management, time management, cost management, supply management, resource management, communication management, stakeholder management, risk management, and quality management will be explained.

YBS 336 Software Development Process

The course introduces the fundamentals of software management and software system models with an emphasis on software development process models, project management techniques and contemporary modeling notations.

YBS 308 Data Analysis

This course includes discussions on basic Python syntax and the basics of statistics & probability. The course also introduces statistical reasoning, emphasizing how Statistics can help us understand the world. Topics include basic Python syntax, explanatory data analysis, visualization of the data, supervised and unsupervised machine learning. Students will learn to apply statistical concepts to data and reach conclusions about real-world problems with the applications of Jupyter Notebook

BUS 303 Financial Management

This course studies corporate finance and capital markets, emphasizing the financial aspects of managerial decisions. The course touches on all areas of finance, including the valuation of real and financial assets, risk management and financial derivatives, the trade-off between risk and expected return, and corporate financing and dividend policy. The course draws heavily on empirical research to help guide managerial decisions. Study financial decision making in the modern corporation. Explore capital budgeting, capital structure, corporate sources of funding, dividend policy, financial risk management, standard theories of risk and return, and valuation of assets.

YBS 312 Information Technologies (IT) Law

Courses have been developed in a multidisciplinary structure to attain its objective. While studying the impact of technological breakthroughs on the legal systems, courses provide knowledge about the breadth, dimension, and influences of technical advancements in informatics. Courses also offer assessments for in-depth information about technical and legal issues.

GRS 322 Entrepreneurship and Social Impact IV This course includes conferences, seminars and projects within the scope of social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and social responsibility concepts, visits will be made to various foundations and associations within the scope of social responsibility. As a result of these activities, it is expected that a problem will be handled and transferred into a business plan, and then delivered as a presentation and report.
ELEC 1   Elective Course I 

 

 

ELEC 2   Elective Course II

 

 

 

 

7th Semester
Code Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
IYD 425 Workplace Experience II

With this training, which students receive once a week, they have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge they have gained about the Turkish labor market, its rules and business processes. They have practical knowledge of what to do in any situation they may encounter in the workplace.

YBS 306 Computer Networks

Introduction to the concept of network technologies; OSI reference model, communication using the TCP/IP protocol, devices (switches) in layer 2 and routers running on layer 3 are introduced. After the devices in the 3rd layer are taught, WAN (wide area network) and routing technologies. Analyze network, network troubleshooting and network security issues

YBS 302 Decision Support Systems

The aim of this course is to enable students to have information about the theoretical foundations and applications of decision support systems and development processes and to develop a decision support system application with the knowledge they learned in the course.

YBS 437 Software Testing

This course will begin with introduction to overview of the software testing process and software testing techniques and test driven development at an introductory level. This three-week part aims to understand whether the students are ready to take software testing to expand their knowledge. Then, the course will skip to the real part and the test case design, unit testing and web testing will be introduced to make a basis software testing. The week of eight is for the midterm exam. By the ninth week, regression testing, system testing, integration testing, acceptance testing and mobile application testing will be taught .

MAR 401 E-Commerce

Mar 401 course will start with a basic introduction such as introducing the course, sharing information about the main topics in the syllabus, and introducing the resources. In the following weeks, after giving information such as the definition, history and types of e-commerce, the midterm exam will be given after digitalization, e-commerce applications and international e-commerce topics.

GRS 421 Entrepreneurship and Social Impact V This course includes conferences, seminars and projects within the scope of social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and social responsibility concepts, visits will be made to various foundations and associations within the scope of social responsibility. As a result of these activities, it is expected that a problem will be handled and transferred into a business plan, and then delivered as a presentation and report.
ELEC 3   Elective Course I

 

 

ELEC 4   Elective Course II

 

 

ELEC 5   Elective Course III

 

 

 

 

8th Semester
Code Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
IYD 426 Workplace Experience III

With this experience/training, students have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge they have gained about the Turkish labor market, its rules and business processes. They have practical knowledge of what to do in any situation they may encounter in the workplace. Graduation thesis should be terminated within the period. Graduation thesis must be related to at least one problem of the company. The reports and theses should be prepared and presented according to the OSTİM Technical University Graduate Thesis writing guide.

YBS 400 Graduation Project

This course includes project proposal and planning. Students will present their project to a panel of experts, which may include the course supervisor, industry professionals, and other stakeholders. They will be expected to clearly explain the problem they addressed, the methods used, and the results obtained. Students will be required to submit a final report detailing the project, including an introduction, literature review, methodology, results, conclusion, and references.

 

 

 

 

ELECTİVE COURSES

 
Code  Syllabus Course Name Course Outline
YBS 342 Enterprise Architecture

Class lectures generally include an introduction to the specific enterprise architecture concepts being covered, and follow a slide presentation of the material to transfer the knowledge to the students. Lectures make use of practical examples from business and industry, and interactive exercises to help ensure thorough comprehension of the material.

YBS 344 Computer Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction

This course covers main concepts about user interface design and human-computer interaction. These concepts span discovering the system for design, learning guidelines and principles, UI coding, system and task analysis, prototyping, screen design, layouts, dialogs, input / output and widgets. Course includes programming with Java and Java UI libraries.

YBS 346 Artificial Intelligence 

This course introduces the student to artificial intelligence. It begins by introducing concepts such as knowledge, learning, and layers. Topics progress by covering topics such as state space searching, heuristic searching, information representation, analysis, constraint satisfaction problems, meta-logic programming, meta-interpreters, and inductive logic programming. Then, related topics such as Deep learning and reinforcement learning are mentioned. Finally, the applicability of these topics is discussed on sample problems.

YBS 348 Mobile Application Development

This course will begin with an examination of mobile operating systems and mobile platforms, where students will be measured in how familiar they are with mobile platforms. It will be implemented from the second week. The importance of interface design and user experience will be conveyed to the students and interfaces will be designed with this information in mind in the following weeks.

YBS 447 Machine Learning

In this course, after introducing machine learning, learning strategies and supervised and unsupervised learning will be explained. Then, regression, artificial neural networks, clustering algorithms, support vector machines and decision trees and machine learning methods will be taught to the students.

YBS 309 Web Programming

This course will begin with an examination of mobile operating systems and mobile platforms, where students will be measured in how familiar they are with mobile platforms. It will be implemented from the second week. The importance of interface design and user experience will be conveyed to the students and interfaces will be designed with this information in mind in the following weeks.

YBS 403 Cyber ​​Security

This course; introduction to cyber security and basic concepts, historical development of computer security, physical security and cyber security, threats, vulnerability and attack concepts, network and internet security, cyber actors and attack methods, cyber defense methods, attack detection and response, kinetic war and cyber war, security in mobile and social media environments, personal and corporate data security management, critical information systems and country security, IT legislation and law dimension, the impact of cyber security on the economy, human factor in cyber security and ethics.

YBS 449 Big Data

This course includes application of tree-based algorithms like Decision Trees and Random Forests to solve big data problems. The course also focusses on common forecasting algorithms used to solve Time Series problems. The emphasis will be placed on various concepts involved in Deep Learning, learn about the problems where Feed-Forward, Convolutional, and Graph Neural Networks find use, and understand how and where to apply these deep learning algorithms. In addition, the difference between traditional prediction and recommendation systems are introduced.

YBS 455 Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrencies

The aim of this course is for students to have knowledge about blockchain and cryptocurrencies, which have started to take place in our lives with the developing technology, learn the differences between classical, digital and cryptocurrencies, create their own cryptocurrencies with blockchain technology and to develop skills.

 

YBS 471 Risk Management

Risk Processes and Practices; Risk Management Practices, Risk Concepts, The Risk Management Structure. Risk Management Techniques; Expert Interviews, Planning Meetings: The Risk Management Plan, Risk Practice Methodology, Documentation Reviews, Analogy Comparisons, Plan Evaluation, Delphi Technique, Brainstorming, Crawford Slip Method (CSM), SWOT Analysis, Checklists, Risk Breakdown Structure, Root Cause Identification and Analysis, Risk Registers/Tables, Project Templates, Assumptions Analysis, Decision Analysis: Expected Monetary Value, Estimating Relationships, Network Analysis (Excluding PERT), PERT, Other Diagramming Techniques, Rating Schemes.

YBS 461 R&D Management

This course focuses on the organizational processes driving returns from R&D investments. Topics include connection R&D management to corporate, business and technology strategy-making processes, managing the resource allocation process, R&D investments decisions, risk management, measuring R&D effectiveness, management of the science/commerce interface, interfirm R&D, managing changing technology trends, and R&D portfolio planning.

YBS 451 Software Process Management

This course will begin with introduction to understand software process maturity. This two-week aim to understand software maturity framework, principles of software Process change, software process assessment, the initial process, the repeatable process, the defined process, the managed process, the optimizing process and process reference. Then, the course will skip to the real part and the project process implementation activities, conventional software management, transition to agile, the old way and the new way.

YBS 417 Multi-objective Decision Making Methods

The aim of this course is to introduce students to the principles of decision making and the fundamentals of constrained criteria/multi-criteria, to carry out the measurement and drawing of multi-criteria optimization problems. 

YBS 425 Technology and Innovation Management

This course provides an introduction and an understanding of the key concepts of technology and innovation management, their relationship with economics and with the organizational environment, and their overall impact on management and organizations. This course will equip students with the conceptual frameworks and analytical tools needed to do research on themes and topics of the Technology and Innovation Management field.

YBS 443 IT Configuration Management

Configuration Management (CM) comprises a collection of activities focused on establishing and maintaining the integrity of products and systems, through control of the processes for initializing, changing, and monitoring the configurations of those products and systems. In this course after gaining the theoretical understanding of the CM, student will be able to comprehend and apply Ansible platform which s one of the frequently used free product in the market.

YBS 453 Business Analysis

You will develop the ability to write detailed requirements for system changes and enhancements and ensure system changes are well tested by developing test cases and managing defect resolution along with coordinating user acceptance testing. A solid grasp of the end-to-end process of making effective decisions with data will give you an edge to facilitate enhanced decision making. In addition, you will learn leading industry software to build a solid skills portfolio in data modelling, emerging technologies, project management, and change and risk management.

YBS 372 Law of Enterprise

This course examines the articles of the Labor Code and assesses the recent developments in labor law.

YBS 352 Human Resource Management

In this course, all sub-functions of Human Resources Management will be covered in a logical sequence. At the end of the course, students will be given applications on the subjects (workforce planning, interview with candidates, job analysis, etc.) and communication and governance skills will be supported within the scope of studies that will enable them to put their theoretical knowledge into practice.

YBS 491 Behavioral and Neuro Economics

This course covers topics such as introduction to the basic principles and theories of behavioral economics, analysis when classical economic assumptions are not valid, theory of decision behavior, choice preference, time inconsistency, social preferences, and equity. Within this scope, students will be introduced to the concepts of behavioral and neuro-economics in finance and economics.

YBS 463 Organization Theory

In this course, organizations and organizational theory, strategy, organizational design and effectiveness, the foundations of organizational structure, the external environment of the organization, inter-organizational relations, organizational conflict, power and politics, current developments in organizational design are studied. Within the scope of the course, all approaches developed to understand organizations are evaluated.

YBS 204 Organizational Behavior

The course starts with an introduction to Organizational Behavior and the importance of Organizational Behavior in understanding human behaviors in the work setting.

ITF 422 Applied Sector Analysis

The purpose of this course is to introduce the participants to the methods and approaches of analyzing industries, their trends, as well as models of industry change. Industry analysis is a method that helps to understand the position of a company relative to other participants in the industry. Demand-supply statistics, the degree of competition in the industry, the competitive situation of the industry with other emerging industries, the future expectations of the industry by taking into account technological changes, the credit system in the industry and the impact of external factors on the industry: these analysis helps to get an idea of what's going on in an industry. With these analyzes, it aims to teach the suitability of the sectors to be invested in market conditions.

YBS XXX Unix Tools

This course is an undergraduate course in Computer Science on the UNIX/Linux operating system. While the course provides a broad overview of the operating system, the main topics that the course focuses on are Bash programming and system administration. Students will learn practically how to program and use commands and scripts in the operating system and will become familiar with the UNIX environment. The course requires knowledge of modern operating systems and practical skill in the basics of programming as a prerequisite. Students will be asked to submit a script programming project to develop appropriate technical coding skills as part of the term project.

YBS XXX Information Technology Hardware and Software

Principles and application of telecommunication and computer systems hardware and software focusing on coding of data and programs, system hardware organization, and operating systems.

YBS XXX Principles of Cloud Computing

Articulate the main concepts, key technologies, strengths, limitations of cloud computing and the possible applications for state-of-the-art cloud computing. Identify the architecture and infrastructure of cloud computing, including cloud delivery and deployment models. Analyze the core issues of cloud computing such as security, privacy, and interoperability. Identify problems, analyze, and evaluate various cloud computing solutions. Analyze appropriate cloud computing solutions and recommendations according to the applications used.

  

 

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