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Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FINANCE

Qualification Awarded

Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to receive a Bachelor's Degree in International Trade and Finance.

Specific Admission Requirements

In our country, it is necessary to be successful in the Undergraduate Placement Exam to enter universities.Access to undergraduate programs for Turkish citizens depends only on the score obtained from this examination. According to the results of a central examination called Foreign Student Examination (YÖS), foreign students from a certain quota framework are also accepted Documents required for registration; 1-High schools and their equivalents schools diploma 2-Placement result certificate issued by ÖSYM.

Qualification Requirements

In order to successfully complete the program, it is necessary to successfully complete all the courses available in the program and obtain a weighted average of at least 2.00 out of 4.00. Starting from the 2012-2013 academic year, ECTS-compliant course curriculum will be implemented and in order to obtain the undergraduate degree in the field of International Trade and Finance, students must successfully complete the required compulsory and elective courses (240 ECTS total) it will have to obtain a weighted average of at least 2.00.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences If the students enrolled for the first time in the International Trade and Finance Department apply within the first week of the academic year, the credits of the courses they have achieved in the previous higher education departments / they are transferred to the department and the program they register with the decision. The number of semesters corresponding to these courses is calculated by taking into consideration the total credits of the courses in the education program and the semester credits in the curriculum of the program in which the student enrols. This period shall be deducted from the maximum period of education specified in Article 44 of the Law and the semester to be accomodated by the student shall be determined by the relevant board decision.

History

The Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences was founded in 1975 under the name of the Muğla School of Business Administration affiliated to Ankara Academy of Economic and Commercial Sciences and in 1982 it was connected to Dokuz Eylül University and continued its education and training activities. In 1992, with the establishment of Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University, it became the Faculty of Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University. In the 2011-2012 Spring Semester, İ.B.F. the Department of International Trade and Finance was opened.

Profile of the Programme

From the beginning of the 1980s it was seen that the US-led liberalization economic policy spread to the world as a cause of a new understanding of the economic order, and it was understood that economic globalization was one of the most important events for the nation's economic achievements. Global commodity and capital movements have reached an unprecedented volume in history, and the patterns in these movements have become decisive for the nations and international businesses to survive economically. As an International Trade and Finance Department, our aim is to understand the nature of goods and capital movements around the world and to convey them to our students. There are three categories in the world that distinguish national economies from the most general and distinct. These are developed economies, emerging economies and transition economies. Given the important role that emerging economies have played in recent years, especially in global commodity movements, it can be deduced that the issues of International Trade and Finance are important for the economic success of our country as Turkey is a developing economy. It is inevitable for our country to develop competent experts in international trade and finance issues as a necessity to integrate into the global system and to become an important economic player in this system in order to increase international competitiveness. We aim to fulfill this necessity as a department, to examine the issues of International Trade and Finance in the light of scientific research methods and to conduct research, education and training in international standards.

Program Outcomes

1- Has knowledge about the historical course, concepts, models and theories of international trade.
2- Has knowledge about central issues of international finance field such as global finance system, international economy, international monetary system, balance of payments, exchange rates, foreign direct investment and their relation to international trade
3- Has information about internationalization processes, organizational structures and activities of international organizations. It has the level of knowledge and skill to contribute to the establishment of trade and finance strategies of international businesses
4- Technical navy capable of working in international platforms, having flexible thinking and mobility and having multiple language skills
5- International trade and finance have access to statistical data on the subject and knowledge of their statistical and economic analysis.
6- Gets sufficient level of legal knowledge that should be in the high-skilled staff required by the private sector as well as the public.
7- In line with the requirements of the globalizing business world, with an interdisciplinary approach, to use them in a way that will provide them with expertise in international trade and finance areas
8- Has the ability to interpret and analyze data, to interpret international field problems using language skills and to bring solutions to proposals by using the information on international trade and finance in their practices and behaviors.
9- It is necessary for the qualified and linguistically qualified personnel required by the world and foreign trade institutions; foreign trade, international business, logistics, exchange, supply chain management information to interpret and use
10- Having a researching and inquiring structure that can continuously improve the knowledge and skills gained during training in accordance with the current market conditions
11- To be able to define and analyze the validity and relations of the theories related to trade and finance in the present conditions
12- Taking responsibility as individual and team members to solve complex and unpredictable problems encountered in applications related to OP12; have the skills to manage and manage
13- Having a researching and inquiring structure that can continuously improve the knowledge and skills gained during education in accordance with the current market conditions
14- Technical navy capable of working on international platforms, having flexible thinking and mobility and multi-lingual skills
15- Being able to develop attitudes towards learning life as individuals with high intra-organizational capacities, advanced social skills, positive thinking, and adaptation skills to different environments and institutions

Exam Regulations & Assesment & Grading

Exams; midterm exam, final exam, make-up exam,, exemption exam and single lecture exam. Midterm exams: A midterm exam is given for the courses opened in each semester. Midterm examination is 40% of the score. Final Examination: At the end of the semester the course is done to determine the success of the student from the completed courses. The final exam evaluation is 60% of the score taken. Exemption Exams: Students who are unable to take midterm or final exams due to a just and valid excuse will be given an excuse examination right by the relevant board of directors. In order to be accepted for the excuse examination, the applicant must apply to the dean / directorate within 3 days from the day when the excuse is made with a petition that bases his excuse on the documents and the excuse must be accepted by the relevant administrative board. Make-up exams: At the end of the final exams, the students can take the FD or FF grade and take the DD or DC grade and take the make-up exams. The grade taken in the make-up examination replaces the final grade of the course. The weight of the midterm and the complementary exam grades are calculated as if they were in the final exams. In courses that are put to make-up exam, regardless of the previous achievement grade, the last grade is taken as the basis. Exemption Exams: These are held on the dates specified in the academic calendar for the courses set by the Senate. Single Course Exam: Students who fulfill the continuing requirement for graduation but fail the single course can take the odd one-course examination that they failed. In addition, if they are successful in all the courses in the education program they are enrolled in order to graduate, the students who can not graduate due to the fact that their GPA is less than 2.00, if they apply with a petition to a chairman of a department that they are successful in raising their GPA they can take the one-course exam. One course can be used once for the exam. For each course taken by the students, one of the letter grades below is given as a semester grade by the teaching staff assigned to the course. 90-100 (AA-4); 85-89 (BA-3,5); 80-84 (BB-3); 75-79 (CB-2,5); 70-74 (CC-2); 65-69 (DC-1,5); 60-64 (DD-1); 50-59 (FD-0.5); 49 and below (FF-0)

Graduation Requirements

In order to successfully complete the program, it is necessary to pass all the courses available in the program (240 ECTS credits) and obtain a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.00.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

International Trade and Finance Department; is located at the intersection of the finance, economics and business section . Therefore, our students in the Department of Economics receive good financial and business education as well as good economics and business education. Graduates of the Department of International Trade and Finance can be employed in foreign trade, foreign marketing and finance departments in national and international businesses, and in external transactions and fund management units of banks. Departmental graduates also have the opportunity to find a job in any field where graduates of the Undersecretariat of Treasury, Undersecretariat of Foreign Trade, all kinds of institutions of the capital market, as well as graduates of relevant public institutions and Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences.

Access to Further Studies

Students who have successfully completed their undergraduate education must take valid notes from the ALES exam and have sufficient English language knowledge can study thesis - non-thesis, graduate programs such as Normal and Secondary Education and Distance Education

Mode of Study

Undergraduate

Programme Director

Associate Prof.Dr. Tuğba UÇMA UYSAL

ECTS Coordinator

Asist Prof.Dr. Yağmur KARA

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

1. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1801 Ataturk’s Principles and Revolution History I Required 2 0 2
ENF1801 Use of Basic Information Technology Required 4 0 3
KAY1805 Basic Concepst of Law Required 3 0 3
TDB1801 Turkish Language I Required 2 0 2
UTF1001 Financial Accounting I Required 3 0 5
UTF1003 Academic English I Required 3 0 3
YDB1811 English I Required 3 0 3
İKT1813 Introduction to Economics I Required 3 0 3
İŞL1803 Business Mathematics Required 3 0 4
İŞL1819 Introduction to Management Science I Required 3 0 5
       
1. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ATB1802 Ataturk’s Principles and Revolution History II Required 2 0 2
KAY1802 Required 3 0 3
TDB1802 Turkish Language II Required 2 0 2
UTF1002 Financial Accounting II Required 3 0 5
UTF1004 Behavioral Science Required 3 0 3
UTF1006 Academic English II Required 3 0 3
YDB1812 English II Required 3 0 3
YDB1816 French II Required 3 0 3
İKT1814 Introduction to Economics II Required 3 0 3
İŞL1820 Introduction to Management Science II Required 3 0 5
İŞL1836 Required 3 0 4
       
2. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
UTF2001 Financial Administarion I Required 3 0 5
UTF2003 Marketing Principles Required 3 0 5
UTF2005 International Business Required 3 0 5
UTF2007 Academic English III Required 3 0 3
YDB2811 English III Required 3 0 3
YDB2813 Deutsch III Required 3 0 3
YDB2815 French III Required 3 0 3
İKT2811 Micro Economics Required 3 0 5
İŞL2823 Required 3 0 4
İŞL2825 Required 3 0 3
       
2. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
UTF2002 Financial Administarion II Required 3 0 5
UTF2008 Required 3 0 4
UTF2010 Required 3 0 5
UTF2012 Academic English IV Required 3 0 3
YDB2812 English IV Required 3 0 3
YDB2814 Deutsch IV Required 3 0 3
YDB2816 French IV Required 3 0 3
İKT2808 Macro Economics Required 3 0 4
İŞL2822 Required 3 0 4
İŞL2824 Required 3 0 5
       
3. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
UTF3007 International Economic Theory Required 3 0 6
UTF3009 Required 3 0 6
UTF3509 Financial Crises Elective 3 0 4
UTF3511 Elective 3 0 4
UTF3513 Elective 3 0 4
UTF3515 Elective 3 0 4
UTF3517 Consumer Behaviour Elective 3 0 4
UTF3519 International Social Policy Elective 3 0 4
UTF3521 Financial Mathematics Elective 3 0 4
UTF3523 Translation I Elective 3 0 4
UTF3525 Elective 3 0 4
UTF3921 Elective 3 0 4
İKT3909 Elective 3 0 4
İKT3911 Public Economics Elective 3 0 4
İKT3913 Elective 3 0 4
İŞL3803 Required 3 0 6
İŞL3919 Elective 3 0 4
       
3. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
UTF3006 Required 3 0 6
UTF3008 Required 3 0 6
UTF3010 Required 3 0 6
UTF3512 Elective 3 0 4
UTF3514 International Economic Organizations Elective 3 0 4
UTF3516 Elective 3 0 4
UTF3518 Translation II Elective 3 0 4
ÇEİ3906 Business Law Elective 3 0 4
İKT3910 International Political Economy Elective 3 0 4
İKT3912 Elective 3 0 4
İKT3914 Elective 3 0 4
İŞL3904 Elective 3 0 4
İŞL3926 Elective 3 0 4
İŞL3928 Elective 3 0 4
İŞL3930 Elective 3 0 4
İŞL3932 Elective 3 0 4
İŞL3934 Services Marketing Elective 3 0 4
       
4. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
UTF4005 Global Marketing Required 3 0 5
UTF4513 Economic Integration and European Union Elective 3 0 5
UTF4515 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4517 Accounting and Auditing Elective 3 0 5
UTF4519 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4521 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4523 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4525 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4527 Elective 3 0 5
İKT4911 Required 3 0 5
İKT4913 Elective 3 0 5
İKT4915 Elective 3 0 5
İKT4917 Organization Theory Elective 3 0 5
İKT4919 Environmental Economics Elective 3 0 5
İŞL4915 Elective 3 0 5
İŞL4917 Elective 3 0 5
İŞL4919 Entrepreneurship Elective 3 0 5
       
4. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
UTF4006 Required 3 0 5
UTF4502 International Logistic and Supply Systems Elective 3 0 5
UTF4510 Applied Import-Export Elective 3 0 5
UTF4518 Foreign Trade Accounting Elective 3 0 5
UTF4520 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4522 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4524 International Auditing Standards Elective 3 0 5
UTF4526 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4528 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4530 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4532 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4534 Elective 3 0 5
UTF4536 International Quality Management Elective 3 0 5
UTF4538 Development and Social/Political Change Elective 3 0 5
UTF4540 International Politics Elective 3 0 5
İKT4548 World Economy Elective 3 0 5
İKT4804 Required 3 0 5
       
 

Evaluation Questionnaires

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

1. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
Ataturk’s Principles and Revolution History I111113111111111
Use of Basic Information Technology222222222224222
Basic Concepst of Law222225222222222
Turkish Language I222222222222422
Financial Accounting I222222552222222
Academic English I222522222222222
English I222223232422323
Introduction to Economics I252225522222522
Business Mathematics 222252222222222
Introduction to Management Science I252225522225225
                
1. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
Ataturk’s Principles and Revolution History II111111111111131
 222225222222222
Turkish Language II111111111111131
Financial Accounting II344333533333333
Behavioral Science 534333435433433
Academic English II222522222222252
English II222223233 22222
French II111123232422322
Introduction to Economics II353333533343333
Introduction to Management Science II335222453343333
 222252222222222
                
2. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
Financial Administarion I252222542222222
Marketing Principles234333423333444
International Business134533333333335
Academic English III222522222222252
English III222221211421211
Deutsch III111123232422112
French III111123221422121
Micro Economics333333435343533
 252222552222222
 222225222222222
                
2. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
Financial Administarion II252222522243333
 552222344444444
 222224224223333
Academic English IV222522222222252
English IV2 2222122421222
Deutsch IV111122121212222
French IV111112111421222
Macro Economics222224435333333
 222225222222222
 335533333333335
                
3. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
International Economic Theory452231442342334
 453545444422334
Financial Crises442233352452333
 353222223442334
 215431442424433
 121521442432424
Consumer Behaviour213431542424433
International Social Policy112212331211113
Financial Mathematics132351441231322
Translation I111511244211343
 115111451212212
 152141545423333
 23331133332 333
Public Economics141221323232333
 233322331213344
 555454442415323
 233211432322333
                
3. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
 554331443432433
 334331335322333
 451331432232443
 144421433333333
International Economic Organizations435321445233333
 122331544322344
Translation II111411244111143
Business Law211215222222222
International Political Economy343223453322333
 242231432322333
 343241433322333
 233321323223343
 323321325333444
 243331253322333
 22422 343225333
 122215232222232
Services Marketing213221334222444
                
4. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
Global Marketing134443334433344
Economic Integration and European Union244522232342245
 124422433221255
Accounting and Auditing124422433221255
 133342343453545
 124435334343455
 234444112235235
 112453343443445
 113221134324345
 133342343453543
 133342343453545
 133342343453445
Organization Theory215441245332145
Environmental Economics122222323424525
 215441245332145
 113412232324234
                
4. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15
 345442232332324
International Logistic and Supply Systems345442335345345
Applied Import-Export244343443533555
Foreign Trade Accounting124422433221255
 255533434334555
 234411223523345
International Auditing Standards134424444343245
 245533533444455
 455433433553555
 112453343443445
 134424434434435
 134443334433344
International Quality Management113521343243345
Development and Social/Political Change133342343453545
International Politics124533343223455
World Economy253421334343244
 122333233554435
                
 

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