ACCT 202 / MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 8:30:00-9:40:00Ön Koşullar: ACCT. 201

An introduction to the determination, development, and uses of internal accounting information needed by management in decision-making while continuously controlling and managing costs. The course is designed to benefit all students who will be future users of accounting information.

ACCT 202 / MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00:00-11:10:00Ön Koşullar: ACCT. 201

An introduction to the determination, development, and uses of internal accounting information needed by management in decision-making while continuously controlling and managing costs. The course is designed to benefit all students who will be future users of accounting information.

ACCT 321 / FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ANALYSIS
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 11:30:00-12:40:00Ön Koşullar: (ACCT. 202 and MFIN. 202) or consent of instructor

Overview of financial statements, financial reporting and financial analysis techniques (horizontal, vertical and ratio analysis), analyzing financing, investing and operating activities, cash flow analysis, return on invested capital, profitability analysis, credit and risk analysis.

ACCT 501 / FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: SAT SUN*Times: 8:30:00-13:00:00

Recording business transactions by using main accounting principles, concepts, standards and techniques. Posting to and summarization of those recorded business transactions in the ledgers throughout the accounting process. Preparation of basic financial statements; balance sheet, income statements, statements of shareholders’ equity and cash flows statement. Recognition and derecognition of assets and liabilities. Available alternative valuation and measurement methods and their consequences for financial statements. Overview of financial reporting and financial statement analysis techniques; horizontal, vertical and ratio analysis. Interpretations of outcome at a basic level.

ACCT 801 / FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING&REPORTING
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: MON WED*Times: 18:30:00-21:30:00

Recording business transactions by using main accounting principles, concepts, standards and techniques. Posting to and summarization of those recorded business transactions in the ledgers throughout the accounting process. Preparation of basic financial statements; balance sheet, income statements, statements of shareholders’ equity and cash flows statement. Recognition and derecognition of assets and liabilities. Available alternative valuation and measurement methods and their consequences for financial statements. Overview of financial reporting and financial statement analysis techniques; horizontal, vertical and ratio analysis. Interpretations of outcome at a basic level.

ACCT 901 / FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Term: Fall 2021Units 2Days: FRI*Times: 18:00:00-21:30:00

Recording business transactions by using main accounting principles, concepts, standards and techniques. Posting to and summarization of those recorded business transactions in the ledgers throughout the accounting process. Preparation of basic financial statements; balance sheet, income statements, statements of shareholders’ equity and cash flows statement. Recognition and derecognition of assets and liabilities. Available alternative valuation and measurement methods and their consequences for financial statements. Overview of financial reporting and financial statement analysis techniques; horizontal, vertical and ratio analysis. Interpretations of outcome at a basic level.

ARHA 121 / INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00:00-14:10:00

Broad introduction to the study of visual expression in different world cultures and time periods. Case studies about specific works of art are used to instruct students about the different ways that art historical theory can be applied to the analysis of a work of art/architecture. Research and academic writing skills are a key component.

ARHA 506 / ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS AND THE
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: MONTimes: 17:30:00-20:10:00

This course covers theoretical approaches and methods used in the design and implementation of archaeological field research and data analysis. It focuses on the principles that archaeologists use to explain human cultural development from the material record of the past. Questions considered will include: What is archaeology and what are its aims? Is there a coherent body of archaeological theory to which most archaeologists subscribe? What appears to be the most productive theoretical approaches for understanding and interpreting the past?

ARHA 507 / ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS AND THE
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: WEDTimes: 17:30:00-20:10:00

Archaeological method and theory with emphasis on the principles and practice of Anatolian archaeology. Topics include: survey and excavation methods and associated recording techniques, the instrumental analysis and interpretation of various kinds of excavated materials, and the presentation and publication of archaeological results.

BMSE 590 / SEMINAR
Term: Fall 2021Units 0Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

CAMM 520 / MICRO&NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR HEALT
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

Micro and nanoscale biological systems and their applications in regenerative medicine, disease modeling, diagnostics and therapy. Properties of micro and nanoscale building blocks, their assembly processes and their use in synthesizing larger systems to address biological problems. A plethora of biological and chemical structures, design of systems for use in sensing and diagnosing biological phenomena, manipulating cell functions, engineering tissues, modeling pathologies and delivering therapeutics. Bioinspired and biomimetic design of microphysiological systems, tissues and organ-on-a-chip approaches. Technological impact and use of such systems in translational research.

CAMM 531 / AUTOPHAGY IN HEALTH AND DISEAS
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 11:30:00-14:10:00

Study of molecular mechanisms of autophagy regulation in health and disease. The basic mechanisms of autophagy and contribution of autophagy abnormalities to disease formation, progression and drug responses. Introduction to autophagy, Molecular mechanisms-I: ULK1/2, ATG13, ATG9 complexes, Molecular mechanisms-II: Beclin 1 complexes, Molecular mechanisms-III: Omegasome complexes, Molecular mechanisms-IV: ATG8/LC3 conjugation systems, Molecular mechanisms-V: Selective autophagy and receptors, Molecular mechanisms-VI: Autolysosomes, Molecular mechanisms-VII: mTOR and AMPK pathways, Autophagy and cancer, Autophagy and neurodegeneration, Autophagy and rare diseases, Autophagy and infection, Autophagy and immunity.

CAMM 590 / SEMINAR
Term: Fall 2021Units 0Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

Students will attend seminars on the new developments and applications related to cellular and molecular medicine throughout the semester. The students will provide summary reports on 6 of these seminars to the program coordinators.

CAMM 690 / PhD SEMINAR COURSE
Term: Fall 2021Units 0Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

This course is non-credit and aims to increase the scientific interaction between students and improve their presentation skills with the participation of students from all interdisciplinary programs. The Seminar course which is consisting of presentation of the studies and researches in front of the community within the framework of the techniques determined with the guidance of the advisor, and question and answer part are graded each semester.

CARD 314 / DOLAŞIM SİSTEMİ HASTALIKLARI
Term: Fall 2021Units 2Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

Dolaşım sistemi hastalıklarına multidisipliner yaklaşım: Hastalıkların mekanizması, patolojik bulguları, klinik bulguları, laboratuvar incelemeleri, tanısal görüntüleme bulguları ve tedavileri birlikte değerlendirilecektir. Konu başlıkları; kalp yetmezliği, konjenital kalp hastalıkları, iskemik kalp hastalığı, kalp kapağı hastalıkları, kardiyomiyopatiler, hipertansiyon ve hipertansif kalp hastalığı, perikardiyal hastalıklar ve kalp tümörleri, ateroskleroz ve ateroskleroz dışı damar hastalıklarıdır.

CFIN 501 / FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Days: TUESTimes: 17:30:00-20:10:00

Introduction to the time value of money and discounted cash flow analysis; coverage of financial decisions to maximize the value of the firm?s equity: valuation of assets, liabilities, and common equity; capital budgeting decisions; opportunity cost of capital; risk and return.

CHBI 491 / CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINE
Term: Fall 2021Units 4Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00Ön Koşullar: CHBI. 403 or consent of the instructor

A capstone design course where students apply engineering and science knowledge in a chemical and biological engineering design project. Development, design and management of a project in teams under realistic constraints and conditions. Emphasis on communication, teamwork and presentation skills.

CHEM 590 / SEMINAR
Term: Fall 2021Units 0Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

SEMINAR

CIRC 204 / DOLAŞIM VE SOLUNUM
Term: Fall 2021Units 5Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

Kalp ve damar sisteminin anatomi ve histolojisi, kalp kası kasılmasının fizyolojisi, damar sisteminin sıvı mekaniği, kana akımı ve kan basıncının yerel ve merkezi kontrolü, toraks, akciğerler ve üst solunum yollarının anatomi ve histolojisi, solumun mekaniği, akciğerlerde havalanma ve kan akımı, solunumun merkezi kontrolü, dolaşım ve solunuma ilişkin elektrik, mekanik, hidrolik ve ısı sistemleri, disseksiyon, model inceleme ve interaktif yazılımlar aracılığıyla bu sistemlerin yapı ve fonksiyonlarının araştırılması.

CMSE 590 / SEMINAR
Term: Fall 2021Units 0Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00

COMP 198 / TEACHING COMPUTER SCIENCE
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00Ön Koşullar: COMP 132 or consent of the instructor

The aim of the course is to give qualified engineering students a unique opportunity to teach as a part of their undergraduate experience. Students are responsible for teaching sections for the course COMP130 Introduction to Programming. Students cover and teach materials such as functional decomposition, control statements, methods, recursion, strings, arrays, abstract data types, exception handling, graphical user interface and other fundamental elements of modern programming by using the Java language.

COMP 198 / TEACHING COMPUTER SCIENCE
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00Ön Koşullar: COMP 132 or consent of the instructor

The aim of the course is to give qualified engineering students a unique opportunity to teach as a part of their undergraduate experience. Students are responsible for teaching sections for the course COMP130 Introduction to Programming. Students cover and teach materials such as functional decomposition, control statements, methods, recursion, strings, arrays, abstract data types, exception handling, graphical user interface and other fundamental elements of modern programming by using the Java language.

COMP 198 / TEACHING COMPUTER SCIENCE
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00Ön Koşullar: COMP 132 or consent of the instructor

The aim of the course is to give qualified engineering students a unique opportunity to teach as a part of their undergraduate experience. Students are responsible for teaching sections for the course COMP130 Introduction to Programming. Students cover and teach materials such as functional decomposition, control statements, methods, recursion, strings, arrays, abstract data types, exception handling, graphical user interface and other fundamental elements of modern programming by using the Java language.

COMP 198 / TEACHING COMPUTER SCIENCE
Term: Fall 2021Units 3Times: 0:00:00-0:00:00Ön Koşullar: COMP 132 or consent of the instructor

The aim of the course is to give qualified engineering students a unique opportunity to teach as a part of their undergraduate experience. Students are responsible for teaching sections for the course COMP130 Introduction to Programming. Students cover and teach materials such as functional decomposition, control statements, methods, recursion, strings, arrays, abstract data types, exception handling, graphical user interface and other fundamental elements of modern programming by using the Java language.