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Faculty of Letters and Humanities Department of Philosophy

Qualification Awarded

Philosopher

Specific Admission Requirements

As a result of the two-step (YGS and LYS) TM-3 test which is conducted by OSYM, students are accepted to the program. For details: www. osym.gov.tr; Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Undergraduate and Graduate Education Regulations Item 6. Approximatly 80 students are accepted to the Program each year.

Qualification Requirements

Proficiency in the program to perform the minimum level of proficiency in the program, which is available in the program taken, (a total of 240 ECTS) courses (C / S) of 4.00 and successfully complete all required to have a GPA of at least 2.00. Taken, 'Elective Courses' to be achieved. The curriculum renewal / change of course due to the Abolition of the decision of the Divisional Board or in case of opening of the course are subject to change.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Earlier the students who have attended another institution of higher education Prior Learning, to be determined by the Board of Higher Education "in Higher Education Associate Degree and Bachelor Degree Programs Level Switch, CIF Major, Minor and Inter-Credit Transfer Basis" and "Regulation Sıtkı Koçman Mugla University, Associate Degree and Bachelor of Education Regulations "are recognized.   Outside of the formal education or experience in the department based on the certificate (in-formal/non-formal) is not recognized at the moment of learning. However, in all higher education programs in foreign language (English, German, French, et ??al.) Exemption Examination Courses are held at the beginning of every academic year. Students, who are expected to take examinations in these courses have the right qualifications. Students who take the exam and pass the course will be exempt from the related course.

History

Established in 1996, the Department of Philosophy at the University Mugla Sıtkı Koçman, Degree in 2000, in 2001, Master's and Doctoral programs began to accept students in 2006. The majority of the leading educational institutions have completed their studies at the international level and maintains relations with international academic department with an outstanding academic staff, approximately 300 undergraduate and 40 graduate students are studying to be 340. Chapter 2 International to so far, and over 10 Congress and Symposium organized international / national recognition for the continuation of the activities in this direction is determined.

Profile of the Programme

Department of Philosophy, the overall formation within the framework of the basic philosophical disciplines, critical thinking, ideas will contribute to our lives, away from the front of the assumptions, forms of life, respect for different cultural values ??and is committed to educate individuals. In this context, it will carry out the essential elements for the growing high-quality scientific research, national and international level to contribute to the idea which is the common heritage of all mankind, with a view to becoming a chapter moves. Our goal is to both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, with a general philosophical formation, all kinds of belief, thought and respect for life forms to train qualified individuals who can think critically, improve the quality of education for this purpose, can be addressed at the national level to conduct studies into the thinking of the society, the acceptance of these studies is to provide an international level .

Program Outcomes

1- Should be approached in a philosophical debate, equal to all of the different views in terms of those who define the importance of the pursuit of truth, we need it in every other area of ??social life as well as philosophical discussions and debates implements the logical consequences of this approach may implicitly.
2- Student is able to explain the difference between necessary and sufficient conditions. Student is able to know nature of the answer of the question of “whatness” in philosophy.
3- Student is able to know the basic concepts of logic such as “validty, consistency, contradiction” and he/she is able to explain the importance of these concepts in analysis of the philosophical texts.
4- Student is able to distinguish bad and good reasoning in terms of form and content.
5- Student can represent views of a philosopher or thinker in a logical structure.
6- Student can define the basic terms in philosophy and explain the philosophical problems about them.
7- Student is able to explain the importance of constructing clear and distinct sentences and apply this in his/her texts.
8- Student can explain the importance of the representing a view or thought in a logical structure in philosophy and apply this.
9- Student is able to order the important characteristics of the periods (Ancient, Medieval, Modern, and Contemporary, today) and compare these periods in terms of characteristics they have.
10- Student can explain the importance of philosophy in terms of practical problems. Student can explain the importance of the philosophical approach which can make difference in developing possible solutions to the problems in ethics and politics.
11- Student is able express views of the prominent philosophers (Platon, Aristoteles, Aquinas, Farabi, İbn-i Sina, Descartes, Hume, Kant) in a understandable way, he/she can explain the importance of these philosophers in the history of philosophy.
12- Student is able to compare the philosophy and natural sciences, philosophy and social sciences, philosophy and humanly sciences in terms of the methods and general approaches they have.
13- Student is able to use a foreign language at the level of European Language Portfolio B2. Student is able to communicate verbal and documental in this level.
14- Student is able to use computer software that his/her field of study requires. Student is able to use technologies of information communication in advanced level.

Exam Regulations & Assesment & Grading

In the Philosophy Program at least one midterm exam for each course and a final exam. Assessment quizzes and homework done also. Success midterm grade, the effect of short-term exams and assignments, 40% of the final exam is 60%. In this evaluation, the course instructor, the course, the students' mid-term and final exams taken and grades received scores take into account the results of the statistical framework of the principles outlined in the directive is converted to 4-letter system. Student's cumulative GPA is created notes (WGPA) two consecutive periods less than 2.00 can not take those lessons to the next period. AA, BA, BB, CB and CC grade, that course is considered successful. A student from the DC and DD, depending on the student's graduation is considered AGNO'suna. AGNO'su grade student achievement threshold (2.00) is defined as successful on these courses. December semesters / years, however, WGPA evaluated by calculating the coefficients of these grades. The student who failed a grade of FF, the course is offered in the first semester / year, and continue taking the exam must fulfill the requirements. The grade is appreciated by MM and DD lectures, WGPA participate in the calculation of the assessment.

Graduation Requirements

The normal duration of the program is 4 years. 134 (240 ECTS) credits are required to graduate from a degree program and GPA 2.0 or above must be to achieve. After third semester with cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above at Semester 3 From the next semester / top semesters in one semester can complete the program can receive a maximum of 3.5 years but not to exceed the amount of credit. But the 'Diploma' 4 year (8th semester) given at the end.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Taking Pedagogical Formation Certificate the graduates from our department may teach in public and private organizations. Instructor in universities / officer may be. Also slightly various public institutions (Ministry of Health, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of National Education, Social Services, etc.)., Private educational institutions, industrial organizations are also employment opportunities.

Access to Further Studies

After graduation students can proceed their education in post-grad level in their or related fields. If they choose an field of study different from their undergraduate education, students can start graduate education after being successful in Academic Preparation Program within the framework of the relevant regulations. Graduate admissions are determined by the Institute of Social Sciences of Mugla Sıtkı Koçman University in accordance with the regulations.

Mode of Study

Undergraduate

Programme Director

Prof.Dr. Erol KUYURTAR

ECTS Coordinator

Prof.Dr. Sebahattin ÇEVİKBAŞ

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 3 0 3
FEL1001 Introduction to philosophy Required 3 0 7
FEL1003 Ancient Greek Philosophy I Required 3 0 7
FEL1005 Basic Logic I Required 3 0 6
TDB1801 TURKISH LANGUAGE I Required 2 0 2
YDB1811 ENGLISH I Elective 3 0 3
YDB1813 German I Elective 3 0 3
YDB1815 FRENCH I Elective 3 0 3
       
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
ENF1910 WEB PAGE DESIGN Elective 3 0 3
FEL1002 Critical Thinking Required 3 0 6
FEL1004 Ancient Greek philosophy II Required 3 0 7
FEL1006 Basic Logic II Required 3 0 7
TDB1802 TURKISH LANGUAGE II Required 2 0 2
YDB1812 ENGLISH II Elective 3 0 3
YDB1814 German II Elective 3 0 3
YDB1816 FRENCH II Elective 3 0 3
       
2. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
FEL2001 Epistemology Required 3 0 6
FEL2003 Medieval Philosophy Required 3 0 7
FEL2501 Philosophy of Value Elective 3 0 5
FEL2503 Reading Philosophical Text Elective 3 0 5
FEL2505 Classical Philosophers Elective 3 0 5
FEL2507 History of Science Before Galileo Elective 3 0 5
FEL2509 Mythology and Philosophy Elective 3 0 5
PSİ2801 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY I Elective 4 0 4
SOS1001 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY: SOCIOLOGICAL THINKING Elective 3 0 4
YDB2811 ENGLISH III Elective 3 0 3
YDB2813 German III Elective 3 0 3
YDB2815 FRENCH III Elective 3 0 3
       
2. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
FEL2002 Ontology/Philosophy of Being Required 3 0 6
FEL2004 Islamic Philosophy Required 3 0 7
FEL2502 Philosphy of Education Elective 3 0 5
FEL2504 Philosophy of Human Rights Elective 3 0 5
FEL2506 Introduction to Analytical Philosophy Elective 3 0 5
FEL2508 History of Science after Galileo Elective 3 0 5
FEL2510 Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics Elective 3 0 5
YDB2812 ENGLISH IV Elective 3 0 3
YDB2814 German IV Elective 3 0 3
YDB2816 FRENCH IV Elective 3 0 3
       
3. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
FEL3001 Moral Philosophy Required 3 0 6
FEL3003 Modern Philosophy I Required 3 0 7
FEL3501 Philosophy of Religion Elective 3 0 6
FEL3503 Classical philosophers of Islam Elective 3 0 6
FEL3505 Introduction to Continental Philosophy Elective 3 0 6
FEL3507 Philosophical Problems in Works of Art Elective 3 0 6
FEL3509 Philosophy of Mind Elective 3 0 6
       
3. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
FEL3002 Political Philosophy Required 3 0 6
FEL3004 Modern Philosophy II Required 3 0 7
FEL3502 Philosophical Debates Elective 3 0 6
FEL3504 The Basic Problems of Islamic Philosophy Elective 3 0 6
FEL3506 Philosophy of Human Elective 3 0 6
FEL3508 Philosophy of Mathematics Elective 3 0 6
FEL3510 Current Debates in Epistemology Elective 3 0 6
       
4. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
FEL4001 Philosophy of Science Required 3 0 6
FEL4003 Contemporary Philosophy I Required 3 0 7
FEL4501 Applied Ethics Elective 3 0 6
FEL4503 Philosophy of Culture Elective 3 0 6
FEL4505 History of Turkish Thought Elective 3 0 6
FEL4507 Philosophy of Language Elective 3 0 6
FEL4509 Feminist Philosophy Elective 3 0 6
       
4. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
FEL4002 Aesthetics Required 3 0 6
FEL4004 Contemporary Philosophy II Required 3 0 7
FEL4502 Philosophy of History Elective 3 0 6
FEL4504 Existential philosophy Elective 3 0 6
FEL4506 Philosophy of humanities Elective 3 0 6
FEL4508 Political Theories Elective 3 0 6
FEL4510 Elective 3 0 6
       
 

Evaluation Questionnaires

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

1. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTION HISTORY I22223522244331
USE OF BASIC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY31433443323334
Introduction to philosophy43322534232322
Ancient Greek Philosophy I23334434525422
Basic Logic I14551433111233
TURKISH LANGUAGE I23542342354121
ENGLISH I32342543245312
German I32542323242324
FRENCH I32423214523214
               
1. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTION HISTORY II32451234521423
WEB PAGE DESIGN32452314231423
Critical Thinking55544355121233
Ancient Greek philosophy II23334434525422
Basic Logic II15551433111233
TURKISH LANGUAGE II23541235423214
ENGLISH II32145231452314
German II21452325423543
FRENCH II32541235423541
               
2. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
Epistemology33324444315533
Medieval Philosophy23334434525412
Philosophy of Value53321243152322
Reading Philosophical Text55333454121322
Classical Philosophers23335345535122
History of Science Before Galileo13324133211522
Mythology and Philosophy12223433342222
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY I54235421452354
INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY: SOCIOLOGICAL THINKING              
ENGLISH III25421452354145
German III25453542354213
FRENCH III25412354235435
               
2. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
Ontology/Philosophy of Being54543542543543
Islamic Philosophy42324124415322
Philosphy of Education23323242313112
Philosophy of Human Rights31224345153122
Introduction to Analytical Philosophy534343344134 3
History of Science after Galileo13324133415221
Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics1332 335355122
ENGLISH IV25423542542313
German IV52451235412354
FRENCH IV54123335122222
               
3. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
Moral Philosophy53324334254222
Modern Philosophy I43324134415332
Philosophy of Religion53333245333322
Classical philosophers of Islam42325234515122
Introduction to Continental Philosophy42324533534322
Philosophical Problems in Works of Art23223324131422
Philosophy of Mind44423345211432
               
3. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
Political Philosophy53324334254222
Modern Philosophy II42324134415332
Philosophical Debates24324133434222
The Basic Problems of Islamic Philosophy32324132513112
Philosophy of Human25324133342422
Philosophy of Mathematics24444233113322
Current Debates in Epistemology42325334111232
               
4. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
Philosophy of Science45434334234532
Contemporary Philosophy I433344345423 2
Applied Ethics22323134151422
Philosophy of Culture22224223152422
History of Turkish Thought22224124151312
Philosophy of Language25424545122422
Feminist Philosophy32223234351222
               
4. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14
Aesthetics53223324213322
Contemporary Philosophy II43334434542322
Philosophy of History23224333252522
Existential philosophy45325244234122
Philosophy of humanities22323223141522
Political Theories32324324153422
 33323335143542
               
 

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