1 Programme details and the individual grades/marks obtained Çankırı Karatekin University Çankırı Technical and Business College Economics And Management Programmes Department ACCOUNTING PROGRAM 1.YEAR FALL Weekly Hour Code - Name C/E WCH T A TCC GRADE ECTS CMU 101- Turkish Language I C CMU103 Turkish Revolution History and Principals of Atatürk I C CMU 109- Foreign Language I C CMU 121- General Accounting C CMU 123- Introduction to Computing C CMU 125- General Business C CMU 127- Office Management & Communication Technology C CMU 129- Introduction to Economics C CMU 131- Mathematics C CMU 133- General Knowledge of Law C Elective s* CMU 105- Physical Education I E 1* 0 1* 1 1* CMU 107- Fine Arts I E 1* 0 1* 1 1* TOTAL * These elective courses may not be chosen 1.YEAR SPRING Weekly Hour Code - Name C/E WCH T A TCC GRADE ECTS CMU 102- Turkish Language -II C CMU 104- Turkish Revolution History and Principals of Atatürk-II C CMU 110- Foreign Language-II C CMU 122- End Term Account Process C CMU 124- Computer Office Programmes C CMU 126- Management Skills Team Work C CMU 130- Macro Economics C CMU 132- Mathematics for Business C CMU 136- Trade Law C CMU 138- Statistics C Elective s* CMU 106- Physical Education-II E 1* 0 1* 1 1* CMU Fine Arts -II E 1* 0 1* 1 1* CMU 100- Training based on Industry (6 week) TOTAL * These elective courses may not be chosen Abbreviations C / E : Compulsory and Elective s WCH : Weekly Hour T / A : Theory s / Application s TCC : Total Credit ECTS : European Credit Transfer System
2 2.YEAR FALL ACCOUNTING PROGRAM Weekly Hour Code - Name C/E WCH T A TCC GRADE ECTS CMU 245- Computerized Accounting I C CMU 247- Taxation Law C CMU 249- Cost Accounting C CMU 253- Company Accounting C CMU 273- Foreign Trade Management C CMU 297- Research Methods and Report-I C TOTAL Elective s* 8 CMU 209- English For Professional Purposes I E CMU 233- Financial Management E CMU 259- Accounting Systems and Organization E CMU 263- Cooperative Accounting E CMU 265- Law of Debt E CMU 267- State Finance E CMU 269- Construction Accounting E CMU 237- Selling Insurance E CMU 239- Real Estate Business E CMU 251- Human Relations E CMU 255- Total Quality Management E CMU 261- System of Cooperative Business E CMU 223- Electronic Commerce E CMU 243- Desktop Publishing E CMU 221- Principals of Marketing E CMU 231- Money and Bank E * Only six hours (totally) can be chosen from elective courses ** Colleges can have new optional courses according to local, regional and the new technological developments.
3 2.YEAR SPRING Code - Name ACCOUNTING PROGRAM C/E Weekly Hour WCH T A TCC GRADE ECTS CMU 246- Computerized Accounting II C CMU 248- Turkish Law System C CMU 258- Accounting Auditing C CMU 266- Work and Social Security Law C CMU 274- Foreign Trade Accounting C CMU 298- Research Methods and Report -II C TOTAL Elective s * 8 CMU 210- English For Professional Purposes II E CMU 232- Financial Statement Analysis E CMU 236- Banking Account E CMU 264- Inflation Accounting E CMU 268- Accommodation Accounting E CMU222- International Finance E CMU226-Financial Investment Instruments E CMU250-Management Accounting E CMU276-Vocational Law E CMU252- Human Resources Management E CMU 256- Enterprising and Small-Scale Business E Management CMU 234- Working Capital Management E CMU 238- Capital Market Procedures E CMU 240- Business Budgets E * Only six hours (totally) can be chosen from elective courses ** Colleges can have new optional courses according to local, regional and the new technological developments. Abbreviations C / E : Compulsory and Elective s WCH : Weekly Hour T / A : Theory s / Application s TCC : Total Credit ECTS : European Credit Transfer System
5 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT COURSE INFORMATION Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS TURKISH LANGUAGE 1 CMU Year Fall Prerequisites: No prerequisites courses Language of Instruction: Type: Coordinator: Instructors: Assistants: Learning Outcomes : Content: Turkish Must Hakan BAYKAL Instructer of English None Lecturer in Turkish language Yasemin ALPER Fikret KEDERSİZ Asım Çağrı ŞENOL people can understand the language concept of the product of the structural features of Turkish language and to understand the richness, to learn the ways of being successful in written expression, research, develop their ability to read and informative. 1. Explains the importance of language in human life 2. Leraning features of the birth of language and the subject of the language. 3. Describing the product concept of the people s language. 4. Understanding the features and the richness of Turkish language 5. Understanding the features and the richness of Turkish grammer 6. Learning the meaning and futures of the used words and the value meaning. 7. Understand the importance of the phrase expression 8. Understanding the ways of written explanation will be successful 9. Describing the sound structure of words and the form of the structure. 10. Describing the reading of names, verbs, adverbs, prepositions and the types of usage in Turkish. 11. Expression is a process of learning. 12. What forms of expression that understands. 13. Learning ways of being successful in written expression. 14. Understanding the basic principles of effective and fluent speaking 15. Learning new information about diction. 16. Learning is connected to the work of oral expression Turkish language regular, rich, productive and historical past various shapes and types of high-level works, the fundamental language family came from the mind to try to be, today the Turkish language with the world-wide work given that you will be shown. Students listen, they read, subtlety and depth will be understood, they hear, see, think and understand the word and plan in writing, effective and rational way to express their abilities will be developed. To read an indispensable needs and tastes that will be adopted and the reading habit will be learnt. Language grammer is not only the rules but also observations and debating on subjects will be tought. To learn the important of the meaning of the subjects and the student's own ideas, feelings, and requests the right to express consiciousness to have targeted studies will be made. To be able to share information and present to be gained feature.
6 Preparatory pages for weekly topics Weeks Topics Initial studies 1 Language and language features 2 The properties of the Turkish language, language - culture relationship 3 The richness of Turkish language 4 World Languages and the place ofturkish Language is among the world languages. 5 The periods and development of the history of Turkish language 6 Language and the sections (audio information, shape information) 7 Word types (and the use of the word formation) 8 Mid term test 9 The knowledge of the sentences (the sentence constituent elements) 10 Sentence types 11 Solving the examples of the sentence 12 Composition (the main ideas of the composition and helping ideas; topics and types of issues) 13 Expression order and formats 14 Expression order and formats 15 Effective and fluent speaking Prof.Dr. Doğan AKSAN, Language in all aspects Prof.Dr. Zeynep KORKMAZ, Prof.Dr İsmail PARLATIR, Prof.Dr. Ahmet Bican ERCİLASUN, Prof.Dr Hamza ZÜLFİKAR, Prof.Dr. Tuncay GÜLENSOY, Prof.Dr. Necat BİRİNCİ, Turkish Language and Composition References Main Textbook: Secondary Textbooks: Prof.Dr. Doğan AKSAN, Language in all aspects Prof.Dr. Zeynep KORKMAZ, Prof.Dr İsmail PARLATIR, Prof.Dr. Ahmet Bican ERCİLASUN, Prof.Dr Hamza ZÜLFİKAR, Prof.Dr. Tuncay GÜLENSOY, Prof.Dr. Necat BİRİNCİ, Turkish Language and Composition lecturer in Turkish language Yasemin ALPER, Turkish Language Notes 1-2 Dr.Hüseyin AĞCA, Turkish Language Ülkü GİRAY. Guide to Good English Speaking and Reading Ömer Asım AKSOY, Language of Fiction, Orthography, Turkish Language Institution
7 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE ECONOMICS AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS COURSE DESCRIPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION INFORMATION Name Code Semester T+P Hour(s) Credit ECTS PRINCIPLES OF ATATÜRK AND HISTORY OF THE TURKISH CMU-103 I.YEAR- FALL REVOLUTION- I Prerequisite courses No Prerequisite s Language of instruction Turkish Type of the course Compulsory Coordinator of the course Instructor Abdullah KÖRHASAN Lecturer of the course Instructor Abdullah KÖRHASAN Assistants of the course None Aim of the course 1. To understand the Turkish revolution and similar concepts 2. To comprehend the westernalization movements in the last periods of Ottoman Empire and their effects to revolutions od Atatürk. To comprehend the Turkish War of Independence and establishment of Republic of Turkey. Learning outcomes of the course 1. Students explain the reforms during Ottoman Empire 2. Students explain the importance of Atatürk s Revolutions. 3. Students explain the demise of Ottoman Empire and the causes of Turkish Revolution. Contents of the course Reasons of the failure of revolutions in the last periods of Ottoman Empire and their effects to Turkish revolutions in Atatürk period must be explained with examples. In the last periods of Ottoman Empire, the effect of Turkism movement, one of the ideaologies to save the Ottoman Empire, to the Turkish War of Independence must be explained.
8 WEEKLY TOPICS AND RELATED PRELIMINARIES Weeks Topics 1 Aim of the Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution course, Revolution and similar concepts 2 Factors which affect the demise of Ottoman Empire 3 Reforms during the reign of Mahmud II Reforms during the reign of Selim III 4 Democratic movements in Ottoman Empire 5 Constitutional Monarchy Era (Promulgation of the Kanûn-ı Esâsî in 1876) 6 Trablusgarp and Balkan Wars 7 I. World War and the fronts where the Ottoman Empire armies struggled in the I. World War 8 MIDTERM 9 Mondros Armistice 10 First occupations in Anatolia and their results 11 Arrival of Mustafa Kemal to Samsun and the beginning of the Turkish War of Independence Havza Meeting and Amasya Circular 12 Erzurum and Sivas Congresses Amasya Protocole 13 Establishment of Turkish Grand National Assembly 14 Atatürk and Politics 15 Turkish-Armenian Relations Preliminaries Prof. Dr. Mustafa SAFRAN, Prof. Dr. Refik TURAN v.d, Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkilap Tarihi Gazi Kitapevi ANKARA BIBLIOGRAPHY Textbook of the course Prof. Dr. Mustafa SAFRAN, Prof. Dr. Refik TURAN v.d, Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkilap Tarihi Gazi Kitapevi ANKARA Additional sources Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkilap Tarihi YÖK. Yayınları Komisyon 2.c. Sebahattin SELEK Anadolu İhtilali Kastaş yayınları
9 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT COURSE INFORMATION Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION CMK Year Fall Prerequisites: No prerequisites Language of Instruction: Turkish Type: Elective Coordinator: Instructors Murat ALTUN, Cem Kerim KARAMURAT Instructors: Instructors Murat ALTUN, Cem Kerim KARAMURAT Assistants: Res.Asst. and Res.Asst.... Goals: To teach students how to be healthy and to help them allocate time for sports and in this way to keep themselves away from the bad habits. Learning Outcomes : 1. Knows the basic health and sports branches. 2. Learns sportsman s heath and nourishment. 3. Has information about general sports rules. 4. Learns athletics techniques. 5. Learns football techniques. 6. Learns volleyball techniques Content: Healthy and lifelong sports administration, health of sportsman and special branch theory and prototype. Preparatory pages for weekly topics Weeks Topics Initial studies
10 1 Knowing basic sports and sports branches. 2 Learning health sportsman and sportsman nourishment. 3 Having information about general sports rules. 4 Learning running techniques in athletics. 5 Learning throw and its techniques in athletics. 6 Learning throw and its techniques in athletics. 7 Learning pass and ball control techniques in football. 8 Mid term test. 9 Learning dripping and fake techniques in football. 10 Learning attack and defense techniques in football. 11 Playing a full court match in football. 12 Learning over arm pass and bump techniques in volleyball. 13 Learning serving techniques in volleyball. 14 Learning spike and block techniques in volleyball. 15 Learning line up in volleyball. To prepare the areas and the equipment that the groups will use, beforehand. References Main Textbook: Secondary Textbooks: AKTS / İŞ YÜKÜ TABLOSU Etkinlikler Sayısı (Hafta) Süresi (Saat) İş Yükü Ders Süresi (Sınav haftası dâhildir: 15x toplam ders saati) Sınıf Dışı Ders Çalışma Süresi(Ön çalışma, ders tekrarı) Ödevler, ders içi sunumlar, internet çalışmaları Ara sınav Yarıyıl Sonu Sınavı Toplam İş Yükü 43 Toplam İş Yükü / Dersin AKTS Kredisi 1
11 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY VOCATIONAL COLLEGE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS TOURISM AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT COURSE INFORMATION Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credit ECTS FOREIGN LANGUAGE -I CMU YEAR FALL Prerequisities NONE Language of English Instruction Type Compulsory Coordinator Instructors Assistants Goals Learning Outcomes Instructor of English: Hakan BAYKAL Instructor of English; Duran GÖKÇE None To understand the oral and verbal statement in the foreign language correctly, to write comprehensibly by using the expedient writing technique and to express the statement orally. 1). Greets, inquires after health, introduces him/herself and a third person 2) Gives orders, asks and offers, asks informative questions and answers them 3) Answers questions of a job application and answers them. Informs the others and asks questions 4) Makes and answers suggestions 5) Asks about the problem and gives answers 6) Asks and informs about quantity and number 7) Fills in a CV and gives information about him/her. 8) Talks on the phone. Makes offers. 9) Informs about a continuous action and asks informative questions. 10) Expresses necessity and advice 11) Asks about past actions and asks informative questions. Content To understand the message of a speaker when spoken in normal speed, to write expediently obeying grammar and writing rules, to read in the foreign language and understand what s/he reads and develop his/her vocabulary. WEEKLY TOPICS AND PREPARATIONS
12 Weeks Topics Initial studies 1 Present simple (to be) / subject pronouns / possessive adjectives pronouns 2 Commands / object pronouns / modal verbs (can, could, will, would, may) 3. Can (to express ability) / adjectives / adverbs Present simple (main verb) affirmative, negative, interrogative forms) 4 Suggestions: Let s... / Shall we...? / Why don t we...? / How about...? 5 What s the matter? / What s the matter with...? 6 Ordinal numbers / prepositions of location./ time expressions 7 Adverbs of quantity (any, some, only a little, only a few,...) / countableuncountable nouns / How many - How much. 8 MID-TERM TEST 9 Present progressive (affirmative, negative, interrogative forms) Present progressive (for future meaning) 10 Would like / would like to... / would you like me to...? 11 Must / have to / need / should / ought to 12 Past verb to be Past main verbs 13 Passive Voice 14 and / but coordinating conjunctions. when / while / before / after / until time conjunctions because / so / therefore conjunctions expressing reason-result 15 if / unless / in case Conditionals GRAMMAR BOOKS, INTERNET SITES ON EFL REFERENCES Main Textbook Secondary Textbooks Test Yourself Grammar books, internet sites on EFL
13 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT COURSE INFORMATION Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS GENERAL ACCOUNTING CMU Year Fall Prerequisites: No prerequisites Language of Instruction: Type: Coordinator: Instructors: Assistants: Goals: Learning Outcomes : Turkish Compulsory Instructor; Süleyman DÖNERTAŞ Instructor; Süleyman DÖNERTAŞ Instructor; İsmail KURT Instructor; İsmail AKYÜZ None Definition of accounting, accounting and related basic concepts, documents, financial statements, the calculation of the operation, a large number of significant figures in the group, and statistical information into tables to teach. 1. Definition Of Accounting By Learning The History, Learning Of Development And The İmportance Commercial Life. 2. Learning Accounting Registiration Of Procedures, Records And Documents, 3. Learning The Balance Sheet And İncome Statement And Balance Sheet Principles Of The Basic Equations 4. Learning Account For The Concept Of Opening An Account, The Account To The Rest Of The Account Learning To Be Closed, 5. Learning The Balance Sheet In Fixed Assets And Returning The Functioning Of Account Rules And The Related Accounting Registirations 6. Learning Short And Long-Term Source Of Foreign Equity Account The Functioning Of The Rules And Their Accounting Registirations. 7. Income And Expenditure Account, The Cost Of Account To Explain The Functioning Of The İncome Table, The Related Section Of The Regulation 8. Learning Business As A Whole System Vision And The Distribution Of Economic Assets To Perform The Operation. Content: In this course, the people of the need to generate business features mentioned, the accounting relationship will be discussed, the accounting system's definition by making the balance sheet and income statement of principle, the calculation and operation guidelines, registration systems, account planning process, accounting books and documents, business asset allocation and the process about this application and the results of the general monograph balans temporary arrangement will be taught.
14 Preparatory pages for weekly topics Weeks Topics 1 Accounting And The Basic İnformation, Concepts, Basic Financial Statements: Balance Sheet, İncome Statement. 2 Other Financial Statements, The Concept Of Accounts, Account Planning And Account Planning Encoding Systems. 3 Accounting Registiration And Procedures, Books And Documents, Single-Sided Recording Procedures, Double-Sided Registrations Procedures, Documents And Receipts. 4 Used İn Accounting Books And Documents, Confirmation, Storage Times, The Registration Layout About İnformation. 5 Balance Sheet Accounts, Features, Operation, Asset Accounts, Returning Assets. 6 Continueing Assets A Accounts; Rotating And Fixed Assets, Trade Receivables, Other Receivables, Financial Fixed Assets. 7 Tangible Fixed Assets. 8 Mid Term Test 9 Depreciation Of Fixed Assets. 10 Tangible Fixed Assets Can Not Be, Subject To Specific Depletion And Depreciation Of Assets, Expenses And İncome For Future Years Of Assessment. 11 Source Accounts, Short-Term Loans, Financial Debts. 12 Trade Payables, Next Month Of İncome And Expenses Are İncurred, Long-Term Foreign Sources. 13 Shareholders' Equity, Unpaid Capital, Profit-Deficit. 14 Cost Accounts, 7 / A And 7 / B Options Accounts Income Statement Accounts,Of The Monograph Practice. Initial studies Teaching Assistant Solomon Dönertaş - General Accounting Lecture Notes References Main Textbook: Teaching Assistant Süleyman Dönertaş - General Accounting Lecture Notes Secondary Textbooks: Prof.Dr. Orhan SEVİLENGÜL - General Accounting, Gazi Kitabevi 2008, Prof.Dr. Yusuf Sürmen, General Accounting Akademi Kitabevi, 2007 Yard.Doç.Dr.Şeref KAVAK-General Accounting, Nobel Publisher 2005
15 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT COURSE INFORMATION Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER CMU Year Fall Prerequisites: No prerequisites Language of Instruction: Type: Coordinator: Instructors: Assistants: Goals: Turkish Compulsory Öğr. Gör. İlhan YÜREKLİ Öğr. Gör. İlhan YÜREKLİ Öğr. Gör. Eyyüp KARAKAŞ None The student will have learnt, learning information technology, software-hardware and operating systems, the basic concepts, information technology and effects on the social structure and the place of the education at the end of this course. 1) Information technology, basic concepts 2) The basic concepts related to software and hardware Learning Outcomes : 3) Operating System 4) Presentation programs 5) Internet practicing. Content: Computer recognition, the basic hardware elements (input units, central processing unit, output unit ), operating systems, presentation programs, and internet-related concepts and application.
16 Preparatory pages for weekly topics Weeks Topics 1 The historical development of computer technology and basic features 2 The computer's memory structure and functions of the central processing unit 3 The computer's other hardware units (environmental units) Computer usage and operation. 4 Computer operating system, the general logic of the system and short-path definition. 5 The control panel and printers. 6 Taskbar and Start menu, run between the command and command. 7 Hard disk copying, formatting and sharing. 8 Mid term test Network connections. 9 Adding new hardware, removing equipment and the device. 10 Add and remove programs. 11 Describing the presentation of the use of the space program. 12 The file, menu layout and appearance. 13 Add and format menu. 14 Tools menu and slide shows. 15 Connect to the computer's internet settings and internet-related concepts. Initial studies Hasan Çebi Bal, Bilgisayar ve İnternet Kullanımı (2008),, Trabzon RESOURCES Main Textbook: Secondary Textbooks: Hasan Çebi Bal, Bilgisayar ve İnternet Kullanımı (2008), Trabzon Öğr. Gör. İlhan YÜREKLİ-Öğr. Gör. Eyyüp KARAKAŞ (2006), Bilgisayar Ofis Programları Ders Notları, Çankırı
17 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT COURSE INFORMATION Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS GENERAL BUSINESS CMU125 1.Year Fall Prerequisites: No prerequisites Language of Instruction: Type: Coordinator: Instructors: Assistants: Goals: Turkish Compulsory Öğr. Gör. Hasan DAĞLAR Öğr. Gör. Osman BABAOĞLU Öğr. Gör. Murat KORKMAZ None At the end of this course, the student recognizes business terminology, compares business types, appraises business size, selects a location for business establishment, defines production function, marketing function, finance function, learns about human resources, public relations, and research and development. 1. Explains basic concepts and relationship of business, and environmental objectives Learning Outcomes : 2. To order the type of business 3. To Comperehend Organization Of Business Activities, Organization And Operation Of The Site Selection To Determine The Capacity. 4. To Comperehend The Relationship Between Business Functions. Content: 1) Business and business administration, business as an economic unit 2) Stages of business establishment 3) Business types, businesses from a legal perspective 4) Business size, selection of business location 5) Production 6) Marketing 7) Finance 8) Human resources 9) Decision-making and decision-making processes in business administration 10) Public relations, research and development
18 Preparatory pages for weekly topics Weeks Topics Initial studies 1 About the basic concepts of business 2 Business relations with other disciplines and responsibilities of business 3 Entrepreneurship 4 Depending on the size of businesses 5 Business Type, Business agreements and mergers between 6 Establishment of business studies, the selection of institutions 7 Business function, management function 8 Mid term test 9 Management sub-functions 10 Finance function 11 Production function 12 Marketing function 13 Human resources function 14 Helping functions in business 15 Public Relations Mucuk, İ. (2003), Modern İşletmecilik, Yenilenmiş 14.Basım, Türkmen Kitabevi, İstanbul. Can, H., Tuncer, D., Ayhan, D.Y. (2003), Genel İşletmecilik Bilgileri, Siyasal Kitabevi, Ankara.Karalar, R. (1994), İşletme Temel Bilgiler İşlevler, Anadolu Üniversitesi Yayınları, Esk References Main Textbook: Mucuk, İ. (2003), Modern İşletmecilik, Yenilenmiş 14.Basım, Türkmen Kitabevi, İstanbul. Can, H., Tuncer, D., Ayhan, D.Y. (2003), Genel İşletmecilik Bilgileri, Siyasal Kitabevi, Ankara. Karalar, R. (1994), İşletme Temel Bilgiler İşlevler, Anadolu Üniversitesi Yayınları, Eskişehir. Secondary Textbooks: Mucuk, İ. (2003), Modern İşletmecilik, Yenilenmiş 14.Basım, Türkmen Kitabevi, İstanbul. Can, H., Tuncer, D., Ayhan, D.Y. (2003), Genel İşletmecilik Bilgileri, Siyasal Kitabevi, Ankara. Karalar, R. (1994), İşletme Temel Bilgiler İşlevler, Anadolu Üniversitesi Yayınları, Eskişehir.
19 ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT COURSE INFORMATION Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS OFFICE MANAGEMENT&COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY CMU127 1.Year Fall Prerequisites: No prerequisites Language of Instruction: Type: Coordinator: Instructors: Assistants: Goals: Learning Outcomes : Turkish Compulsory Öğr.Grv. Mikail KARA Yrd.Doç.Dr. Ahmet ÇOBAN -Öğr.Grv. Mikail KARA None At the end of this course, the student will be able to explain and comment on Basic concepts of office administration, Classical and modern office administration, Basic roles of managers and office staff, Office types and areas of activity, Functions of office administration, Importance of filing services, organization models, and archive services, Basic concepts and features of communication, Organizational communication 1. Explains management concepts and describes the concept of office management. Director, office manager and office staff need to fulfill the basic role. Firm type counts, explains the scope of the office. Describes the organizational form of the contemporary office. 2. Explains the importance and planning of Office activities 3. Explains filing and archiving techniques in Office. 4. Explains basic features of communication, importance, the elements and functions. 5. Explains the concept of communication and information. 6. Defines organization and the concept of organizational communication 7. Explains organizational communication functions 8. Organizational factors that affect communication 9. Official and commercial correspondence and reports as the basis for writing implements Content: 1)Management and Office Management Concepts 2)Functions of Office Management 3)Filing and Archiving Techniques 4)Definition and Meaning of Communication 5)Meaning and Function of Organised Communications
20 Preparatory pages for weekly topics Weeks Topics Initial studies 1 Office Concept 2 Office Types 3 Concept of Office Staff 4 Office Manager Duties and Responsibilities 5 Management Sources 6 Planning in offices 7 Programming in Office 8 Mid term test 9 Selection of the foundation place 10 Concept of Organization 11 The Process of organizing in office 12 Information Systems and Office Automation 13 Correspondence Types 14 Legal Articles 15 Business Articles Tutar,H.ve Altınöz,M.(2002),Büro Uygulamaları ve İletişimTeknikleri. Nobel Yayın Dağıtım, Ankara. Topaloğlu, M.ve Koç,H.(2002), Büro Yönetimi,Seçkin Yayıncılık,Ankara. Ar, A.F. (1999), Büro Yönetimi Teknikleri,Yargı Yayınevi,Ankara. OTHER RELEVANT TEXTBOOKS References Main Textbook: Tutar,H.ve Altınöz,M.(2002),Büro Uygulamaları ve İletişimTeknikleri. Nobel Yayın Dağıtım, Ankara. Topaloğlu, M.ve Koç,H.(2002), Büro Yönetimi,Seçkin Yayıncılık,Ankara. Ar, A.F. (1999), Büro Yönetimi Teknikleri,Yargı Yayınevi,Ankara. OTHER RELEVANT TEXTBOOKS Secondary Textbooks: Tutar,H.ve Altınöz,M.(2002),Büro Uygulamaları ve İletişimTeknikleri. Nobel Yayın Dağıtım, Ankara. Topaloğlu, M.ve Koç,H.(2002), Büro Yönetimi,Seçkin Yayıncılık,Ankara. Ar, A.F. (1999), Büro Yönetimi Teknikleri,Yargı Yayınevi,Ankara. OTHER RELEVANT TEXTBOOKS
21 ÇANKIRR KARATEKİN UNİVERSİTY HIGHER SCHOOL OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS Information of definition and Practice of Code and Title of Code Semester T+P hour Credit ECTS INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS CMU129 1.YEAR Fall Prerequisites None Language Type Coordinater Instructor Asistants Objectives Turkish Compulsory Y.Doç.Dr. Gürbüz ÖZDEMİR Y.Doç.Dr. Gürbüz ÖZDEMİR None At the end of this course, the student will be able to analyse general economic trends and explain the Science of Economics: Basic Concepts, Objectives of Economics, Problem of famine and need, Supply, demand, and prices: market mechanism, Flexibility in supply and demand, Theories of ordinal and cardinal benefit: consumer balance, Producer balance, Markets of complete and incomplete competition, Factor markets Learning Output 1) Science of Economics: Basic Concepts 2) Objectives of Economics 3) Problem of famine and need 4) Supply, demand, and prices: market mechanism 5) Flexibility in supply and demand 6) Theories of ordinal and cardinal benefit: consumer balance 7) Producer balance 8) Markets of complete and incomplete competition 9) Factor markets and income divisions Content At the end of this course, the student will be able to analyse general economic trends and explain the Science of Economics: Basic Concepts, Objectives of Economics, Problem of famine and need, Supply, demand, and prices: market mechanism, Flexibility in supply and demand, Theories of ordinal and cardinal benefit: consumer balance, Producer balance, Markets of complete and incomplete competition, Factor markets
22 WEEKLY ISSUES AND RELATED PREPARATION FRONT PAGES Week Topics 1 Science of Economics: Basic Concepts 2 Objectives of Economics 3. Problem of famine and need 4 Supply, demand, and prices: market mechanism 5 Flexibility in supply and demand 6 Theories of ordinal and cardinal benefit: consumer balance 7 Producer balance 8 Mid Term Exam 9 Markets of complete and incomplete competition 10 Factor markets and income division 11 Cost Analysis 12 Compatitive Market 13 Monopoly Market 14 Monopoly Compatitive Market 15 Oligopoly Market Bocutoğlu, E. / Berber, M. / Çelik, K. (2007) Genel İktisada Giriş- MEB-YÖK MYO için, Derya Kitapevi, Trabzon.. Resources Books Bocutoğlu, E. / Berber, M. / Çelik, K. (2007) Genel İktisada Giriş- MEB-YÖK MYO için, Derya Kitapevi, Trabzon. Assistant Resources Bocutoğlu, E. / Berber, M. / Çelik, K. (2007) Genel İktisada Giriş- MEB-YÖK MYO için, Derya Kitapevi, Trabzon.
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