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Muğla Vocational School Programme of Cosmetic Technology

Qualification Awarded

The students graduated from Department of Chemistry and Chemical Processing Technologies Program of Cosmetics Technology are awarded "Cosmetic Technician" title. Students graduated from this department work as authorized personnel in organizations such as 'biochemistry laboratory, cosmetic industry establishments, cosmetics import and export companies, chemistry-drug industry, beauty institutes' after graduation.

Specific Admission Requirements

To have the minimum score determined for the Department of Undergraduate Placement Exam.

Qualification Requirements

In order to obtain a pre-bachelor degree in the field of alternative energy resources, students must successfully complete the compulsory and optional all courses (total of 120 ECTS) required to be taken in the program and average grade must be 2.0 out of 4.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Prior education of students who have previously studied at another Higher Education Institution has been determined by the Council of Higher Education, " Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Pre-Bachelor and Bachelor Education-Training Regulation". However, exemption exams are held at the beginning of each academic term for the Foreign Language (English, German, French, etc.) courses that are included in all of the higher education programs. Students who think they have the qualifications expected from these courses have the right to take the exams. Students who enter and succeed in the examination are exempted from the relevant courses in the course schedule.

History

Muğla Vocational School, Departmentt of Chemistry and Chemical Processing Technology Cosmetics Technology Programme has started training with 38 students in 2016-2017 academic year and is still being continued. In the cosmetic technology programme, students are trained in a scientific environment and profession skills are acquired. In cosmetic technology programme, there are 1 assistant professor, 2 lecturers and 1 expert.

Profile of the Programme

The aim is to raise the number of young people who can meet the needs of intermediate workers, one of the most important needs in the cosmetics industry, which is one of the largest industrial companies in the world and has a very serious market share.

Program Outcomes

1- To know the classification of cosmetic raw materials, for what purpose, for what products to use, what properties should be carried
2- To define and classify of cosmetics,
3- To define toxicity and classify, To know toxic substances and detoxification ways of these substances. To be able to analyze toxic substances.
4- To be aware of the precautions to be taken while working with dangerous chemicals in terms of laboratory safety and human health.
5- Having the ability to use basic mathematical methods for solution.
6- To be able to observe information and developments related to the cosmetic sector using at least one foreign language
7- To be able to define the carrier systems used in cosmetics, to be able to choose the carrier system to be used according to the cosmetic product.
8- To know and apply necessary tests in cosmetic raw materials, intermediates and finished products.

Exam Regulations & Assesment & Grading

At least one midterm exam and a final exam are scheduled for each course given. The score of success is 40% for midterm exam and 60% for final exam. In this assessment, the course instructor takes into account the statistical results of the scores of the students taking the courses from the midterm and final exams and the notes taken are converted to a 4-letter system within the framework of the regulations. A student who receives one of the grades AA, BA, BB, CB and CC grades is considered successful. The DC and DD grades taken from a course are evaluated according to the graduate weighted average grade of the student. If the weighted grade point average of the student is above the success grade (2.00), these courses are defined as successful. In the interim years / years, this letter grade is evaluated by the coefficients in the calculation of the weighted general grade averages. The student who receives the FF grade is unsuccessful. Courses with achievement grade MM and GG do not participate in the evaluation of weighted grade point average calculation.

Graduation Requirements

Minimum graduation credit required to graduate from this program; It is 120 ECTS including 90 compulsory and 30 elective. 30 working days internship is obligatory including 15 working days 2nd Year / 3. Semester, 15 working days 2nd Year / 4th semester.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

After graduating from this program, they are working as authorized personnel in organizations such as 'biochemistry laboratories, cosmetic industry establishments, cosmetics import and export companies, chemistry-drug industry, beauty institutes'.

Access to Further Studies

Students who have graduated from the program and those who have fulfilled the graduation requirements outside of the internship in the last semester can transfer to the undergraduate program by vertical transfer examination.

Mode of Study

Programme Director

Asist Prof.Dr. İbrahim KIVRAK

ECTS Coordinator

Instructor Fatih ÇAYAN

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

1. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1801 Required 2 0 2
BİP1801 Required 2 2 3
KOZ1001 Required 3 0 4
KOZ1003 Required 3 0 3
KOZ1005 Required 3 0 4
KOZ1007 Required 3 1 4
KOZ1501 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ1503 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ1505 Elective 2 0 3
MAP1801 Required 2 0 3
TDB1801 Required 2 0 2
YDB1801 Required 2 0 2
YDB1803 Required 2 0 2
YDB1805 Required 2 0 2
       
1. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1802 Required 2 2 2
BİP1802 Required 2 2 3
KOZ1002 Required 3 0 4
KOZ1004 Required 3 0 3
KOZ1006 Required 3 1 4
KOZ1008 Required 3 0 4
KOZ1010 Required 2 0 3
KOZ1502 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ1504 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ1506 Elective 2 0 3
TDB1802 Required 2 0 2
YDB1802 Required 2 2 2
YDB1804 Required 2 2 2
YDB1806 Required 2 2 2
       
2. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
KOZ2001 Required 2 1 3
KOZ2003 Required 3 0 4
KOZ2005 Required 2 1 3
KOZ2007 Required 3 1 4
KOZ2501 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2503 Elective 2 1 3
KOZ2505 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2507 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2509 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2511 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2513 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2797 Required 0 0 4
İŞY2813 Elective 2 0 3
       
2. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
KOZ2002 Required 2 0 3
KOZ2004 Required 2 1 3
KOZ2006 Required 3 1 4
KOZ2008 Required 3 1 4
KOZ2502 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2504 Elective 2 1 3
KOZ2506 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2508 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2510 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2512 Elective 2 0 3
KOZ2516 Elective 2 2 3
KOZ2798 Required 0 0 4
İŞY2814 Elective 2 0 3
       
 

Evaluation Questionnaires

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

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