The economic problem, economics and economic analyses
Production possibilities curve and economic systems
Supply,demand and market equilibrium
Government policies that involve intervention into competitive markets
Perfect competition and efficiency
Consumer equilibrium and demand
The production technology
Costs of production
The supply and pricing behavior of perfectly competitive markets
The supply and pricing behavior of monopoly
The objective of the course is to familiarize the students of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and those of the Department of International Relations, in the first year of the undergraduate program, by general values and principles common to different branches of law, the idea of law and legal thinking. The main topics to be studied are the concept of law, the sources of law, the different branches of law and the application of law. In this context, the course includes at first a general overview of the characteristics of law as compared to other rules of social behavior, analysis of the concept of sanction, some distinctions related to law such as de lege lata/ de lege ferenda, universal law/ local law, written law/ unwritten law, relationship between law and justice/ human rights and general overview of different legal systems. In the framework of the sources of law are studied the concept and different kinds of sources of law (such as statutes, international treaties, by-laws ). Under different branches of law are considered the division of public law/ private law and sub-divisions within public law and private law. In this context, are given some acquaitance regarding the scope and basic concepts common/ special to different branches (f.ex: concept of rights and its kinds, legal acts and transactions ). Finally, the application of law covers application of legal rules with respect to place, time and nature, different methods of interpretation, gaps of law and ways of filling the gaps (creation of a rule by the judge, analogia ).
Sociology is a subdiscipline of social sciences in which modern institutions and day-to-day practices of individuals are analysed systematically on a comperative basis. In this course, main textbook to be followed is Anthony Gidden‟s Sociology (fourth edition). Additionally, extra course material will be given and will be requested to be read at the beginning of every chapter
This course intends as a study of important political concepts and theories, as well as their historical development. Students study variable topic focus such as state, power, legitimacy, democracy, political systems, political ideologies, political parties, civil society.
Objectives of the course: To develop native language and consciousness of native language, To ensure usage of accurate expressions in writing, To get students to comprehend of Turkish possibilities in written expression, To teach the basic concepts of grammar and composition with contemporary rules, To enrich the vocabulary skills of the students, To develop the writing skills of the students, To ensure true usage of Turkish in written expressions.
Diplomatic English courses have a liberal, practical approach to familiarizing beginners with daily and academic journals and periodicals on international issues. After a soft landing into international and diplomatic terminology, the courses aim to prepare students to gain skills in the comprehension of international issues, ultimately leading to reasoning in a global horizon.