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  1. 1. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5101 Contemporary Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Tourism Problems and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Investigate the development of tourism from past to present day, evaluate and study the Content of Course problems that are contemporarly discussed in tourism environments and discuss the dispositions that can be taken. Determine the contemporary problems that are living in tourism sector, investigate the Purpose of Course effects of the dispositions that had been taken in order to solve this problems, evaluate the future perspecitves. Learning Outcomes In order to resolve the problems that can be appear in the future due diligence the problems and Sufficiency that had been lived in the past and investigate the dispositions that had been taken. Course Book or/and Unpublished lesson notes, scientific writings. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Necdet HACIOĞLU Week Subjects Investigate second residences and time share residences – time share holiday systems and 1 the state in Turkey. 2 The relations between travel agencies and hotels. 3 The relations between local managements and tourism. 4 National and international tourism establishments. 5 Tourism investments and measurements of tourism encouragement. 6 The integration of Turkey with the organizations in European countries. 7 Tourism and enviornment problems. 8 Social and job security rights of the workers in tourism establishments. 9 Domestic travel market. 10 Tourism and education. 11 The applications of technological advances in tourism. 12 The variation of tourism and alternative tourism possibilities. 13 The application of total quality management in tourism establishments. 14 Crisis management in tourism. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME
  2. 2. Name and Code of Course: TUR 5102 Tourism and Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Development and Hotel Management
  3. 3. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course Investigate the economic effects of tourism in detail. Display the economic effects of tourism and evaluate the conditions to provide sustainable Purpose of Course tourism. Learning Outcomes Comprehend the economic effects of tourism on macro and mirco perspective. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and Scientific researches about the topic. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Bedriye TUNÇSİPER Week Subjects 1 A general look into development theories. 2 The basic features of tourism sector. 3 The place and importance of tourism in development policies. 4 The present state of tourism sector in tourism economy. 5 Tourism’s monetary and real economic effects. 6 The effects of tourism on foreign payment balance. 7 The effects of tourism on government incomes. 8 The features of employment in tourism sector. 9 The effect of touristic investments on employment. 10 Policies in order to increase the place and importance of tourism in Turkish economy. 11 The effects of tourism on foreign capital. 12 The relations between tourism and enviornment 13 The development plans and enviornment policies in Turkey. 14 Sustainable development. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5103 Service Industry in Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism European Union and Hotel Management
  4. 4. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Investigate the development process and structure of European Union, investigate the Content of Course service industry actions in the union, evalute the European Union Tourism Policies. Invesitgate the arrangements about service industry in European Union and evaluate the Purpose of Course applicability of this arrangements. Advance concrete suggestions moving from european uninon philosophy, investigate Learning Outcomes Turkish tourism and the relations between Turkey and European Union in the aspect of and Sufficiency service industry. Course Book or/and Unpublished lesson notes, improvement reports, investigations about the topic, thesis. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cevdet AVCIKURT Week Subjects 1 The development of European Union and history of Europe. 2 Europe and the role of tourism in European Union. 3 The tourism supply in European Union. 4 The tourism demand in European Union. 5 Common tourism policies in European Union. 6 Turkey’s adaptation to common tourism policies in European Union. 7 European Union’s activity program in tourism area. 8 Regional funds and the usage in tourism area. 9 Mediterranean tourism funds. 10 Social life and culture in European Union Countries. 11 Strategic analyse of European Union Countries in the aspect of Turkish tourism market. 12 The developments and applications in data technology in European Union. 13 The developments and applications in data technology in Turkey. 14 The other contemporary developments and statute changes. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5104 New Approaches Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism in Management and Hotel Management
  5. 5. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 38 20 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Stiffen the knowledge about management and organization in tourism establishments, Content of Course explicate the technics, viewpoints and new sterotypes that appear with 1990’s. It is intended to evaluate the effects of management approaches and technics, that changed Purpose of Course rapidly with the 1990’s, on tourism establishments. Strengthen the owned knowledge and skills about management and organziation in tourism Learning Outcomes establishments, discuss new and contemporary thinks, support making theoretical and and Sufficiency practical studies. Course Book or/and All contemporary books and articles that are published in the last decade. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks (Term Paper) X %30 Valuation Projects Term Projects (Original Research Study) X %20 Laboratory Other (Book and Article Study) X %20 Term Examinations X %30 Instructor Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oya SEYMEN Week Subjects 1 Historical development process of management idea. 2 Historical development process of management idea. The basic concepts that are effective in management – organization idea from 1980’s to 3 today. Enviornment conditions that are effective in management – organization idea from 1980’s 4 to today. New idea models that are effective in management – organization idea from 1980’s to 5 today. 6 Strategic dimension in management. 7 Strategic management. 8 Downsizing as a strategic decision. 9 A startegy to focus on core competence. 10 New organization types that the data century bring up. 11 ssd Globalization and cultural variety management that it brought up. 12 Organizational learning and learning organizations. 13 Book study and article studies. 14 General evaluation. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5105 Experimental Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Methods and Hotel Management
  6. 6. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 48 25 10 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Scientific researh, data, universe and models of research, qantitative and qualitative analyse Content of Course techniques, SPSS applications Purpose of Course Acquiring the students the ability and knowledge of carrying out and making research Learning Outcomes The students can have the ability and knowledge about analysing and carrying out scientific and Sufficiency researches, and finding sollutions to scientifical problems ALTUNIŞIK Remzi, Recai COÇKUN, Serkan BAYRAKKTAROĞLU and Engin Course Book or/and YILDIRIM, Research Techniques in Social Sciences, SPSS Applications, Sakarya Sources Publishing House, 3rd Publish, Sakarya Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks x %20 Valuation Projects x %30 Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations x %50 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmet KÖROĞLU Week Subjects 1 Basic concepts in scientific research 2 The process of scientific research and selecting the subject of research 3 Analyse of critical resources, hypothesis and strategy development 4 Data in scientific research 5 Criterion and measurement in researches 6 The universe of research and measures 7 Introduction to qantitative analyse 8 Analyse techniques in order to investigate differences 9 Analyse techniques in order to investigate relations 10 Main qualitative research methods 11 Qualitative analyse techniques 12 Preparing research report 13 SPSS Applications 14 SPSS Applications COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5106 Financial Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Management in Tourism Establishments and Hotel Management
  7. 7. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course Adapt concepts and technics of financial management in tourism establishments. Purpose of Course Adapt concepts and technics of financial management in tourism establishments. Learning Outcomes Know well the application of financial technics in tourism establishments. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and Andrew ve Schmidgal, Financial Management for Hospitality Industry. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations X %25 Quizes Measure of Homeworks X %25 Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %50 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Önder MET Week Subjects 1 General look into financial management in tourism establishments. 2 Tourism establishments and creation of value. 3 Risk and value in tourism establishments. 4 Timing the movements of cash and its value. 5 Desired income rate and the evaluation in tourism establishments. 6 Analysis of capital expenses in tourism establishments. 7 Other Project evaluation criterions in tourism establishments. 8 Capital structure management in tourism establishments. 9 Financial markets and financing resources in tourism establishments. 10 Working capital management in tourism establishments. 11 Financing the growing in tourism sector : Leasing . 12 Financing the growing in tourism sector : Franchising. 13 Financing the growing in tourism sector : Management Agreements. 14 Foundation trade in tourism sector. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5107 Knowledge of Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Guidance Profession and Hotel Management
  8. 8. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Description, environment and features of guidance profession. The education and Content of Course organization of Professional Tourist Guiding in Turkey. The features and role that the guides should have. Determine the importance and place of guides in tourism sector. Generate suggesstions Purpose of Course about the working conditions and education of guides. Learning Outcomes Comprehend the place of guides in tourism sector and the features and functions that the and Sufficiency guides should have. Course Book or/and Scientific researches. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Necdet HACIOĞLU Week Subjects 1 Description, environment and features of guidance profession. 2 The history of guidance. 3 The development of guidance in the process of history. 4 Guidance in archaic period. 5 Born of contemporary guidance. 6 The education and organization of Professional Tourist Guiding in Turkey. 7 Guidance education in Turkey. 8 Professional organization of guides in Turkey. 9 The place of guides in tourism sector. 10 The place of guides in tour organization. 11 The features and role that the guides should have. 12 The duties of guides. 13 Working conditions of guides. 14 Ethic rules and profession standarts in guidance profession. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5201 Tourism Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Marketing Methods and Hotel Management
  9. 9. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Investigate the methods and technics used in marketing. Evaluate the methods, features and Content of Course contents used in tourism marketing. Determine the methods used in tourism marketing and the things that should be do in order Purpose of Course to improve the efficiency of marketing. Learning Outcomes Learn the innovative sides of marketing and tourism marketing technics and methods. and Sufficiency Evaluate macro and micro dispositions for tourism marketing. Course Book or/and Tourism marketing books, scientific writings. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Necdet HACIOĞLU Week Subjects 1 Hospitality and travel marketing systems. 2 Customer behaviours. 3 Market segmantation. 4 Product pricing. 5 New products marketing. 6 Distribution systems. 7 Marketing planning strategy. 8 Tourism marketing strategy. 9 Advertisement and public relations. 10 Travel brochures. 11 Marketing control. 12 Advertisement techniques in tourism. 13 Turkey’s marketing policy. 14 International tourism marketing. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5202 Quantitative Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Techniques and Hotel Management
  10. 10. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course Numeric methods that are used in estabilshments. To get the students to comprehend about the relations between mathematic and statistic Purpose of Course with management subjects. Learning Outcomes After the course the students get the ability to use at least one or two quantitative technique and Sufficiency in estabilshments. Course Book or/and Books and articles about production management, numeric techniques and mathematical Sources methods. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ali Kemal GÜRBÜZ Week Subjects 1 The definition of quantitative approach. 2 The importance of quantitative approach with the point of view of social sciences. 3 Classification of quantitative approach. Investigate the prices in restaurants, where the variety of food is rich and the reason why 4 the prices are more expensive, with the help of binomial distribution. 5 Maximization the firm’s goals. 6 Minimisation the firm’s goals. 7 Benefit from differential algebra. 8 Optimise the firm’s goals on the condition the existence of restrictive conditions. 9 Decision techniques that take into consideration the rival firm’s probable reactions. 10 Testing the hypothesis. 11 Investigate the relations between datas. 12 The techniques about the evaluation of the relations between datas. 13 Mathematicial approach to stock policies in firms. 14 Dynamic programming. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5203 Tourism Policy Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism and Planning and Hotel Management
  11. 11. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 48 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Concept of tourism policy and planning, Turkish tourism policy, the analysis of national Content of Course and international tourism supply. Display the importance of tourism policies and planning in tourism. Discuss the Purpose of Course dispositions taht should be taken in order to increase national and international tourism supply. Learning Outcomes Well know the tourism policies and comprehend the importance of tourism policies and and Sufficiency planning in tourism. Course Book or/and Scientific researches. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Düriye BOZOK Week Subjects 1 Concept of tourism policy and planning – local and national planning. 2 The need of planning and determine policies. 3 The basic concepts of Turkish tourism policy. 4 The analysis of national and international tourism supply. 5 Investment policy and planning. 6 Financing policy. 7 Physical planning – tourism and environment. 8 Tourism staff education and employment policy. 9 Tourism advertisement policy. 10 Touristic product distribution channels policy. 11 Touristic product price policy. 12 The policy of healt, security and the protection of customer. 13 The policies about international intergrations. 14 Domestic tourism in Turkey. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5204 Tourism Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Management and Hotel Management
  12. 12. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Investigate the management and operating process in tourism establishments, evaluate the Content of Course problems lived in management process, the problems of tourism establishments in marketing and evaluate the dispositions in order to prevent these problems. Evaluate the managership of tourism establishments and determine the problems lived in Purpose of Course the management functions and generate concrete dispositions for them. Understand the managership process of tourism establishments. Applicate the planning, Learning Outcomes organizating, managing, coordinating and control functions in the aspect of tourism and Sufficiency establishments and gain possession of new developments about managership. Course Book or/and Tourism management books, scientific writings and articles. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cevdet AVCIKURT Week Subjects 1 International management agreements. 2 Ethic in international marketing. 3 Ethic values in international marketing. 4 Carrying capacity in hospitality industry. 5 ISO 14000 enviornment management system. 6 Image of organization identity. 7 Communication inside organization. 8 Ethic values about advertisement in tourism establishments. 9 Ethic values about public relations in tourism establishments. 10 Ethic values about sales promotion in tourism establishments. 11 Ethic values about personal sales in tourism establishments. 12 Losses in tourism establishments resource from marketing and sale falses. 13 Analyse the sample events in tourism establishments and crisis management on this frame. 14 Customer complaints management in tourism establishments. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5205 Productivity in Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Tourism Establishments and Hotel Management
  13. 13. Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course The role and importance of productivity in tourism establishments. Purpose of Course Productivity applications and tourism. Learning Outcomes Productivity on national and international level. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and National productivity publications. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Sebahattin KARAMAN Week Subjects 1 Quality, role and sources of productivity. 2 Factors that increase productivity. 3 Aims of productivity. 4 Auction productivity techniques. 5 The importance of productivity in tourism establishments. 6 Productivity measurement criterions in tourism establishments. 7 Productivity control in tourism establishments. The relation between the place of incorporation and productivity in tourism 8 establishments. 9 The relation between sales promotion and productivity. 10 The relation between salary and productivity in tourism establishments. 11 The relation between pricing and productivity in tourism establishments. 12 National and international productivity actions. 13 Job satisfaction and productivity in tourism establishments. 14 The comparison of productivity and the other performance rating criterions. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5206 Quality Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Assurance Systems in Tourism Establishments and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits
  14. 14. Spring 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Introduction to total quality management, management approaches to productivity and Content of Course quality redouble, customer-focused, quality development by the way of teams, quality and productivity, ISO 9000, technics of develop quality assurance systems. Enlighten the application process of quality assurance system and total quality Purpose of Course management. Learning Outcomes Understand the total quality management process. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and C. Carl Degels, Total Quality Management, New York, 1995 Sources İsmali Efil, Toplam Kalite Yönetimi, Uludağ Üniversitesi, 1995 Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects X %30 Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %70 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Ömer L. MET Week Subjects 1 Quality concept as a strategic goal. 2 Quality management and the development of it until present day. 3 Quality management. 4 Quality of management. 5 The basic elements of total quality management program. 6 The basic principles of total quality management program. 7 ISO 9000 international standarts. 8 The application of ISO 9000 international standarts. 9 Karzen and total quality management. 10 Quality control circles. 11 Techniques of solving problems. 12 Human resource management and total quality. 13 Criterions of Europe total quality awards. 14 Total quality applications in tourism. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5207 Accounting Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Organizations in Tourism Establishments and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5
  15. 15. Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Accounting standardization in tourism establishments, flowing information from document Content of Course to balance sheet in tourism establishments, responsible accounting systems in tourism establishments, front office systems in hospitality managements. It is aimed to know well the system of accounting in tourism establishments and reading Purpose of Course the financial tabels. Learning Outcomes The students who take the lesson know well the accounting system in the management and Sufficiency information system. Understand and interpret the financial tables in tourism establishments. Bilginoğlu, Fahir. “Muhasebe Organizasyonu”, İstanbul. Sümerkan, Zekeriye. “Konaklama Course Book or/and İşletmelerinde Maliyet Bilgilerinin Hazırlanması”, Balıkesir. Güredin, Ersin. “Denetim”, Sources İstanbul. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Yusuf AYMANKUY Week Subjects 1 The place and importance of accounting department in tourism establishments. The distinctive features of tourism establishments’s accounting system from the other 2 sector’s accounting systems. 3 Accounting systems. 4 Accounting standardization in tourism establishments and build up chart of accounts. 5 Flowing information from document to balance sheet in tourism establishments. 6 The concept of interior control system. 7 The organization and importance of interior contro system in tourism establishments. 8 Front office systems in hospitality managements. 9 Responsible accounting systems in tourism establishments. 10 The control of income and expense in tourism establishments. 11 Basic and assistant financial tabels in tourism establishments. 12 Budget orrientation in tourism establishments. 13 Control in tourism organizations. 14 Applications of inflation accounting in tourism organizations. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF MASTER PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 5209 Paganism and Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Christianity in Prehistoric Period’s Anatolia and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 - 25 125 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish
  16. 16. Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions What is paganism as a religion? How is holy be defined in paganism and what are the Content of Course varieties of it? Analyse the religonal culture of Prehistoric Period’s Anatolia and discuss the boundries of Purpose of Course paganism. Learning Outcomes The basic features of prehistoric period’s paganism and its function in the social life. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and The Rise of Christnaity, The World of Late Antiquity Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof. Dr. Turhan KAÇAR Week Subjects 1 The basic features of prehistoric period’s paganism and its function in the social life 2 Main lines of Hittites religon in Anatolia 3 Kybele 4 Phryg religons 5 Iranian religions in Anatolia 6 Greek religions and gods in Anatolia 7 The roles of gods 8 Study the example of Asklepius 9 The expansion of Christianity in Anatolia 10 Study the works of prophet 11 The speed and the method of the expansion of Christianity in Anatolia 12 Christian groups 13 Chritians and Pagan societies 14 Paganism in Chrisitan Empire COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: EĞT 6101 Development and Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Learning and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 - Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Obligatory Preliminary Non Conditions
  17. 17. Content of Course Prupose of Course Learning Outcomes and Sufficiency Course Book or/and Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X % 100 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Serap NAZLI Week Subjects 1 The basics of psychological education. 2 Different dimensions of human development. 3 Learnig concepts. 4 The process of learning. 5 The principles and techniques of learning. 6 Individual factors in learning. 7 Adolecence psychology. 8 Personality dynamics. 9 Learning in education and learning activities. 10 Motivation in education and learning activities. 11 Reinforcement in education and learning activities. 12 Considering in education and learning activities. 13 Solving problems in education and learning activities. 14 Efficient study skills. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6101 International Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Tourism and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course Study the international tourism movements from past to today and evaluate the development of the destinations. Evaluate the tourism movements oriented to Turkey in
  18. 18. this frame. Foreseen international tourism movements propped up past events and datas. Evaluation of Purpose of Course feasible movements. Learning Outcomes Terminally tourist arrivals, detemine the tourism receipts, evaluate international tourism and Sufficiency movemnets regionally and draw a perspective for the future. Course Book or/and WTO, TURKSAT (Turkish Statistical Instıtute), TURSAB (Association of Turkish Travel Sources Agencies) and Ministry of Culture and Tourism publications and datas. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof Dr. Necdet HACIOĞLU Week Subjects 1 International tourism and the features of international demand. 2 International tourism movements. 3 International tourism movements in Mediterranean basin. 4 International tourism movements in Europe continent. 5 International tourism movements in Asia continent. 6 The place of Turkey in international tourism . 7 The tourism policy of European Union. 8 Turkish tourism in the enterance into European Union. 9 The improvings in hospitality and travel organizations. 10 The effects of economic and politic crisis on international tourism. 11 The effects of technological advances on international tourism. 12 Investigate the international integration in the aspect of tourism movements. 13 The evaluation of alternative international turism markets. 14 Consumer rights and forensic evaluation in international tourism. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6102 Anatolian Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Christianity in Prehistoric Period and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Take into consideration the cities in Anatolia that Paulus had seen and to display the Content of Course contemporary religious tourism’s historic basics.
  19. 19. Purpose of Course Discuss the period of christianity from its birth to the fourth century’s first quater A.C.. Learning Outcomes Display the relations between the geography, that christian groups were born, and the and Sufficiency importance of this geography for christianity. Course Book or/and The Early Church, The Three Worlds of Paul, The Christianity in Anatolia. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof Dr. Turhan KAÇAR Week Subjects 1 Christianity 2 The rise of Christianity 3 Christianity in Anatolia 4 The rise of Christianity in Anatolia 5 The importance of Anatolia for Christianity 6 7 Churches in Anatolia 7 The cities that support the extension of Christianity in Anatolia: Antakya 8 The cities that support the extension of Christianity in Anatolia: Efes 9 The cities that support the extension of Christianity in Anatolia: Sardis 10 The cities that support the extension of Christianity in Anatolia: Lystra 11 The cities that support the extension of Christianity in Anatolia: Smyrna 12 The cities that support the extension of Christianity in Anatolia: Ikonium 13 The cities that support the extension of Christianity in Anatolia: Kolose 14 The life of St. Paulus and the extension of Christianity COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6103 New Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Approaches in Service Marketing and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Study the concept of marketing and its development form past to today, evalute Content of Course contemporary marketing approaches and evaluate the effects of it on service marketing. Purpose of Course Evalute the new approaches about marketing and study the positive and negative sides of it
  20. 20. and investigate its applicability. Learning Outcomes Learning the new technics about service marketing and especially tourism marketing and and Sufficiency evaluate the efficiencies in tourism establishments. Course Book or/and National and international scientific researches Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof Dr. Cevdet AVCIKURT Week Subjects 1 Customer relationship management (CRM). 2 Customer satisfaction. 3 Customer decision process. 4 Customer devation. 5 Trademark devation. 6 Investigating same examples in tourism sector about trademark devation. 7 Organization image in the changing world. Investigateing some examples in tourism sector about organization image in the changing 8 world. 9 New approaches in international tourism marketing. 10 New strategies in international tourism marketing. 11 Destination markeitng. 12 Destination image and method. 13 Country marketing. 14 Turkey’s marketing strategies in international tourism marketing. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6104 Efficiency Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Problems in Tourism and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Fall 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions The relations between efficiency and enterprise scale in hospitality establishments. The Content of Course dilemmas that should be clear for the efficiency of tourism policy. Purpose of Course Consult the relevant literature.
  21. 21. Learning Outcomes Pick up a habit to look into problems related with tourism in a wide angle. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and Relevent books and other sources about micro economy, development economy and Sources tourism economy. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof Dr. Ali Kemal GÜRBÜZ Week Subjects 1 Basic concepts. Efficiency, productivity and system relations. 2 Enterprise scale, economies scale, the source of economies scale. 3 Manegement greatness composition of hospitality sector. 4 Organization greatness in accomodation and the relation of quality. 5 Stable tourists. 6 Moving tourists. 7 Fullness problems. 8 Management greatness. Discuss and evaluate the efficiency of tourism policy in the third five year improvement 9 plan. 10 Quantitative approaches to efficiency problems. 11 Linear programming. 12 Extravagance and cost problems in restaurants. 13 Efficiency problems in transportation systems. 14 Variance analysis in efficiency evaluation. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6105 OrganizationalName of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism and Development Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit ECTS Credits Fall 42 - - 48 35 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Conditions Non Basic concepts about organizational development, theory and applications, the changes in the Content of Course scope of organizational developments, study the examples of organziational development in tourism. Study theoretical and practical appications about organziational development and generate Purpose of Course original thinks.
  22. 22. Learning Outcomes and To acquire the ability to make new and original studies about organziational development and Sufficiency especially tourism management. Course Book or/and All current books and magazines about organziational development, organziational psychology, Sources management and organziation, human resource management. If any mark (X) Percent (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Homeworks (Term Paper) X %30 Measure of Valuation Projects (Completed Article) X %30 Term Projects (Book Study) X %10 Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %30 Instructor Assoc. Prof Dr. Oya SEYMEN Week Subjects 1 Conceptual analysis of organizational development. 2 Investigate the relations between organizational development and organizational behaviours. 3 Provide the organizational development by rearranging the motivation tools. Decrease the monotory by the interference into work and the affects to the orgnizational 4 development. 5 Provide the organizational development by giving importance to management with teams. Provide the organizational development by putting into practice flexible working applications and 6 other alternative working manners. 7 Encounter management and the affects on organizational development. 8 Stress management and the affects on organizational development. The role of education programms to improve the management and sensitivity education on 9 organizational development. 10 Provide the organizational development by using effective leadership methods. 11 Evaluate and analyse the complaints in order to provide the organiztional development. Provide the organizational development with the help of participated management techniques 12 (like empowerment etc.). Provide the organizational development by utilizing post modern approaches (like total quality 13 management, outsurcing etc.). The importance and role of learining organizations and organizational learinig to provide 14 organizational development. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6201 Tourism Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Education Policy and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions The importance and the features of vocational tourism education.Mass tourism education Content of Course and formal tourism education in Turkey. Structural analysis of vocatinal tourism education in Turkey. Study the development Purpose of Course process of vocational tourism education in Turkey and evaluate the dispositions that can be taken.
  23. 23. Learning Outcomes Comprehend the importance of vocational tourism education and generate solutions about and Sufficiency the problems of vocational tourism education. Course Book or/and Tourism education workshop, unpublished lesson notes, scientific writings. Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Necdet HACIOĞLU Week Subjects 1 Vocational education and its features. 2 Vocational tourism education in Turkey. 3 Informal tourism education in Turkey. 4 Formal tourism education in Turkey. 5 Practical tourism education. 6 Problems of practical apprenticeship. 7 Educated staff and leagl problems in tourism education. 8 Tourism education policy. 9 Vocational tourism education systems in developed countries. 10 Sample vocational tourism education suggestions. 11 Study and give suggestions to improve the undergrade programs in vocational highschools. Study and give suggestions about undergrade programs in tourism and hotel management 12 schools. 13 Study tourism master pograms in Turkey. 14 Study tourism doctorate programs in Turkey. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: EĞT 6202 Planning and Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Evaluating in Education and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 28 - 30 25 25 150 3 - Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Obligatory Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course Prupose of Course Learning Outcomes and Sufficiency
  24. 24. Course Book or/and Sources Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Nevin SAYLAN Week Subjects 1 Prepearing for the lesson before the lesson. 2 The things that should do in the first lesson. 3 The concepts of basic program development. 4 The process of basic program development. 5 Education methods. 6 Education strategies. 7 Homeworks. 8 Projects. 9 Education materials development. 10 Education materials usage. 11 Class management. 12 Motivation development. 13 Measuring and evaluating (test types, exames etc.). 14 Measuring and evaluating (test types, exames etc.). COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6202 Sectoral Analysis Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism of Tourism and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course Analyse the macro and micro effects of tourism on sectors. Display the effects of tourism on sectors and the importance of tourism to provide regional Purpose of Course development. Learning Outcomes Comprehend the economic effects of tourism, the role of it on development and its effects and Sufficiency of sectors. Course Book or/and Scientific researches about the topic. Sources
  25. 25. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Bedriye TUNÇSİPER Week Subjects 1 The formation of tourism sector and the place of sectoral differentiation. 2 The features of tourism sector. 3 The present condition of world tourism. 4 The present condition of Turkish tourism. 5 The impact of tourism on economic sectors. 6 The impact of tourism on agriculture sector. 7 The impact of tourism on industry sector. 8 The impact of tourism on service sector. 9 The impact of tourism on substructure. 10 The factors that affect the selection of the place to build the managements. 11 The role of other sectors in order to formate the policies to flourish toursm in time. 12 The role of other sectors in order to formate the policies to flourish toursm in palce. 13 The place of tourism in regional development. 14 Salary designation in tourism sector and this impact on Turkish economy. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6203 Social Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Psychological Dynamics of Tourism and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Sociocultural, economical and physical impacts of tourism. Social characteristics of tourist Content of Course that come to Turkey and study the scientific researchs about this topic. Comprehend the place and importance of tourism’s social psychological dynamics. Study Purpose of Course the impacts of tourism on social structure. Learning Outcomes Evaluate the dispositions that can be taken in order to provide sustainable tourism. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and Scientific reserachs about the topic, tourism sosyology books. Sources
  26. 26. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cevdet AVCIKURT Week Subjects 1 Social psychology and tourism. 2 The basic factors that designated the impacts of tourism on public. 3 Economic impacts of tourism. 4 Physical impacts of tourism. 5 Socioculture impacts of tourism. 6 Social perceptions. 7 Social attitudes. 8 Social stero types. 9 The relations between tourists and local people. 10 Reactions to tourism. 11 Some social characteristics of tourist that come to Turkey. 12 Article examination. 13 Book examination. 14 Thesis examination. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6204 Experimental Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Methods of Social Sciences and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Science and social science, qualitative and quantitative research approaches, survey Content of Course technics. Purpose of Course The evaluation of scientific researches. Learning Outcomes Comprehend the ability to evaluate scientific researches. and Sufficiency Course Book or/and Scientific researches and writings. Sources
  27. 27. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Yüksel ÖZDEN Week Subjects 1 Basic concepts: science and social science. 2 Basic concepts: qualitative and quantitative research approaches. 3 Steps of quantitative researches : subject and purpose. 4 Steps of quantitative researches : resource research. 5 Steps of quantitative researches : environment and sampling. 6 Steps of quantitative researches : data collecting and analysis. 7 Steps of quantitative researches : reporting. 8 Descriptional method: survey. 9 Descriptional method: observation. 10 Descriptional method: interview. 11 Causal analogy method. 12 Experimental method. 13 Survey technics. 14 The evaluation of scientific researches. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6205 Human Resource Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Management and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Content of Course The philosophy of total quality management and human resource management. Comprehend the philosophy of total quality management and display the importance of Purpose of Course human resource management in tourism establishments. Learning Outcomes Know well the philosophy of total quality management and the importance of human and Sufficiency resource management in tourism establishments. Course Book or/and Books about total quality management and human resource management. Sources
  28. 28. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Nihat KARAKOÇ Week Subjects 1 Introduction 2 The function of staff in management system. 3 The philosophy of total quality management. 4 The philosophy of total quality management. 5 The philosophy of total quality management. 6 Job analysis and total quality management. 7 Planning work force and total quality management. 8 Providing work force and total quality management. 9 Evaluating workers and total quality management. 10 Salary formulation and total quality management. 11 Educate the workers and total quality management. 12 Article investigation. 13 Sample event investigation. 14 Book investigation. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6206 Project Analysis in Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Tourism and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Basic topics about projects and feasibility, preparing feasibility, Project evaluation, Content of Course preparing project for tourism establishments. Purpose of Course It is aimed to teach generally feasibility and feasibility studies in tourism establishments. Learning Outcomes The students will be well informed about project, feasibility and preparing project and and Sufficiency feasibility in tourism establishments. Course Book or/and Kahraman, Nüzhet. “Turizmde Yatırım Projeleri Analizi”. Sources
  29. 29. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Assist. Prof. Dr. Burhan AYDEMİR Week Subjects 1 Tourism. 2 Development. 3 Tourism and development. 4 The features of tourism sector. 5 The features tourism investments. 6 Classify the tourism investment projects. 7 Investment term encouragements to tourism investments. 8 Management term encouragements to tourism investments. 9 The development of tourism projects in the aspect of economical. 10 The development of tourism projects in the aspect of techniqual. 11 The development of tourism projects in the aspect of financial. 12 The evaluation of tourism investment projects. 13 Sensitivity analysis in the evaluation of tourism investment projects. 14 General evaluation. COURSE INTRODUCTION FORM OF DOCTORATE PROGRAMME Name and Code of Course: TUR 6207 Expert Guide Name of Programme: Main Disipline of Tourism Education and Hotel Management Methods of Education and Instruction Credits School Term ECTS Theory Practise Lab. Project Duty Other Total Credit Credits Spring 42 - - 58 25 25 150 3 7,5 Language of Course Turkish Obligatory/Elective Elective Preliminary Non Conditions Specialization in guidance profession, its development process, reasons and features. The Content of Course stages of expert guide education. The importance of specialization in guidance profession and investigate the metiers of Purpose of Course guidance. Learning Outcomes Determine the importance and metiers of guidance. Define the dispositions that should be and Sufficiency taken for the problems in specialization. Course Book or/and Scientific researches. Sources
  30. 30. Percent If any mark (X) (%) Intermediate Examinations Quizes Measure of Homeworks Valuation Projects Term Projects Laboratory Other Term Examinations X %100 Instructor Prof. Dr. Necdet HACIOĞLU Week Subjects 1 The description of specialization in guidance profession. 2 The environment of specialization in guidance profession. 3 The of features specialization in guidance profession. 4 The development of expert guidance. 5 The working conditions of expert guides. 6 The reasons and causes of to be an expert in guidance profession. 7 Expert guide education. 8 The metiers of guidance. 9 General knowledge guide. 10 Conferencier guides. 11 Expert guides. 12 Guides that specializated in concernment tourism. 13 Guides that specializated in congress tourism. 14 Guides that specializated in belief tourism.

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