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Economics and Administrative Sciences Undergraduate Programs

CURRICULUM

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FIRST YEAR
First Semester
ECO 101 Microeconomics (4-0) 4
MAT 119 (a) Calculus with Analytic Geometry (4-2) 5
PSIR 101 Intro. to Sociology and Politics (3-0) 3
ENGL 101 Development of Reading and Writing Skills I (4-0) 4
  Restricted Elective (3-0) 3
GPC 100 First Year on Campus Seminar (0-2) 1
TUR 101 (b) Turkish I (2-0) NC
Second Semester
ECO 102 Macroeconomics (4-0) 4
MAT 120 Calculus for Functions of Several Variables (4-2) 5
BUS 152 Statistics for Social Sciences (3-0) 3
ENGL 102 Development of Reading and Writing Skills II (4-0) 4
CNG 100 Intro. to Information Technologies and Appl. (2-0) NC
  Restricted Elective (3-0) 3
TUR 102(b) Turkish II (a) (2-0)NC
SECOND YEAR
Third Semester
ECO 201 Intermediate Microeconomics (4-0) 4
ECO 211 Economic History (3-0) 3
ECO 275 Mathematics for Economists (3-0) 3
ENGL 211 Academic Oral Presentation Skills (3-0) 3
HST 201 (c) Principles of Kemal Atatürk I (2-0)NC
  Elective (3-0) 3
Fourth Semester
ECO 202 Intermediate Macroeconomics (4-0) 4
ECO 205 Statistics for Economists (4-0) 4
ECO 212 History of Economic Thought (3-0) 3
BUS 232 Info. Sys. and Prog. (3-0) 3
HST 202 (c) Principles of Kemal Atatürk II (2-0)NC
  Elective (3-0) 3
THIRD YEAR
Fifth Semester
ECO 311 Principles of Econometrics I (4-0)4
ECO 303 International Trade Theory and Policy (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
Sixth Semester
ECO 312 Principles of Econometrics II (4-0)4
ECO 304 International Macroeconomics (3-0) 3
ECO 306 Monetary Theory and Policy (3-0) 3
ENGL 311 Advanced Communication Skills (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
FOURTH YEAR
Seventh Semester
ECO 480 World Economy (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
Eighth Semester
ECO 400 Graduation Project (0-6) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3
  Elective (3-0) 3

(a) Students who successfully completed "MAT 100 Precalculus (1-2)2" course or passed "Mathematics Proficiency Examination" can take MAT 119 course.
(b) International Students will take TUR 201 and TUR 202, which may be taken in the first year by the consent of the advisor.
(c) International students will take HST 205 and HST 206 instead of HST 201 and HST 202

Restricted Electives

One of the following courses in the first semester:
* BUS 221 Organizational Behaviour and Social Psychology
* PSIR 105 World History, 1453-1914
One of the following in the second semester
* BUS 142 Financial Accounting
* PSIR 110 International History, 1914-1989

Electives

* In addition to restricted electives, the curriculum has 14 electives, at least 7 of which should be taken from the ECO program. Maximum of 3 courses may be taken from the fields other than BUS, PSIR, MAT and engineering.

* Out-of-department electives should be second year or higher level and should have at least 3 credits.

* If the student’s advisor let’s him/her take more electives than stated above, they should be taken under NOT INCLUDED category.

* Some ECO electives:

    • Financial Markets
    • Real Estate Economics and Finance
    • Topics in Monetary Macroeconomics
    • International Money, Finance and Banking
    • International Money, Finance and Banking
    • Turkish Banking System
    • Welfare Economics and Theory of Social Choice
    • Economics of Gender
    • Environmental Economics
    • Economics of Natural Resources
    • Game Theory and its Applications
    • Industrial Economics
    • Economics of Regulation and Antitrust
    • Technology and Industrial Dynamics
    • Agricultural Trade Policies
    • Development Economics
    • Economics of Growth
    • Labor Market Economics
    • Labor Market in Turkey
    • Structure of the Turkish Economy
    • European Union and Turkey
    • Introduction to Mathematical Economics
    • Input-Output Analysis and Economic Modeling
    • Topics in Linear and Non-Linear Programming
    • Project Evaluation
    • Applied Econometrics
    • Business Forecasting
    • World Economy
    • International Economic Institution
    • Topics in Economic History
    • Turkish Economic History
    • Practical Training in Economics