ERUD 306 / ENDOCRINE, REPRODUCTIVE, UROGENITAL DISEASES
Term: Spring 2017Units 3

Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of reproductive, urogenital and endocrine diseases: Mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, physical examination, symptomatology, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging and treatment. Topics include synthesis, metabolism and clinical effects of hormones, normal puberty and sexual differentiation, obesity, diseases and tumors of adrenal glands, thyroid glands, parathyroid glands and pituitary gland; endocrine pancreas and diabetes mellitus, diseases and tumors of kidney, dialysis and transplantation, urinary tract infection and obstructive uropathy, menstrual cycle, contraception, pregnancy, diseases and tumors of vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus and ovary; male infertility, sexually transmitted diseases, diseases and tumors of the breast.

ERUS 206 / ENDOCRINE, REPRODUCTIVE AND URINARY SYSTEMS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3

Anatomy and histology of organs related to the urinary system, male and female reproductive systems, the pelvic floor, blood vessels and nerves of pelvic viscera, embryonic development of urinary and genital systems and their abnormalities, morphology and functions of the kidney, glomerular filtration, reabsorption, and secretion, regulation of volume and composition of body fluids, transport in the urinary tract, mechanisms and disorders of erection and ejaculation, structure and functions of the thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary, pineal and adrenal glands, biosynthesis of hormones, mechanisms of hormone action.

ETHR 101 / ETHICS IN INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETY
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 14:30-15:45

Exploring the moments of ethical questioning, the processes of ethical decision-making and their applications in parliaments, courthouses, hospitals, schools, business companies, and municipalities. A survey of various areas of applied ethics, such as Philosophy of Law, Bioethics, Business Ethics, Environmental Ethics, and Feminist Ethics to introduce the philosophical methods of questioning in the applications of ethical ideas and decisions into our social and institutional life.

ETHR 102 / LEGAL PHILOSOPHY
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

Examination of concepts such as law, justice and fairness; relationship between law, religion, morals and ethics; natural law and the law of nature; theories of ethical reasoning: utiliarianism, egoism, relativism, deontology; justice as a theory of ethical reasoning, normative ethics and Greek philosophy; modern ethics and postmodern ethics, ethics and science; understanding the legal concepts of rights, duties, personality and their ethical dimensions.

ETHR 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHR 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHR 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 16:00-17:15

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHR 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 14:30-15:45

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHR 107 / SEXISM AND DISCRIMINATION
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

Investigation of sexism, discrimination and gender equality from an interdisciplinary perspective to explore various aspects of "women's human rights" from historical, legal, philosophical as well as sociological perspectives. Examination of concepts such as sex, gender, oppression, equality, equity, justice, intersectionality, cultural relativism and rights.

ETHR 107 / SEXISM AND DISCRIMINATION
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 14:30-15:45

Investigation of sexism, discrimination and gender equality from an interdisciplinary perspective to explore various aspects of "women's human rights" from historical, legal, philosophical as well as sociological perspectives. Examination of concepts such as sex, gender, oppression, equality, equity, justice, intersectionality, cultural relativism and rights.

ETHR 109 / ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

A growing area of philosophy focusing on issues about the value of nature and other living beings and our responsibility towards them. Primary questions dealing with issues of moral responsibility of human beings towards other life forms and on the relative value of nature. Various topics focus on economic and technological development, pollution, the preservation of species, and the uses and abuses of life.

ETHR 109 / ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 14:30-15:45

A growing area of philosophy focusing on issues about the value of nature and other living beings and our responsibility towards them. Primary questions dealing with issues of moral responsibility of human beings towards other life forms and on the relative value of nature. Various topics focus on economic and technological development, pollution, the preservation of species, and the uses and abuses of life.

ETHR 111 / THE ETHICS OF HAPPINESS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

Introduction to the different conceptions of happiness with reference to the history of moral philosophy and the main ethical schools. Examination of the main sources of happiness: from pleasure and satisfaction to virtue and morality. The role of the state in defining and protecting happiness: the politics, psychology, and economics of happiness. Our moral duty to secure and promote the happiness and wellbeing of non-human beings. Evaluating the moral necessity and the political significance of happiness.

ETHR 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 14:30-15:45

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETHR 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETHR 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 11:30-12:45

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETHR 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETHR 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 08:30-09:45

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETİK 400 / HEALTH CARE ETHICS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3

The course aims to introduce students to basic normative ethical theories, and some of the most basic ethical concepts, and their applications in analysis and evaluation of ethical problems of everyday life, and Medicine.

FELS 201 / CRITICAL THINKING
Term: Spring 2017Units 3

Using, improving and sharpening critical reasoning skills in everyday life. Leaning to understand and evaluate arguments in a variety of scientific and non-scientific texts. Also, the study of common reasoning fallacies which hinder good reasoning skills.

FREN 201 / FRENCH I : BEGINNERS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 14:30-15:45

An introduction of beginners to the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing and to the French culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Language: first half of level A1.

FREN 201 / FRENCH I : BEGINNERS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 10:00-11:15

An introduction of beginners to the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing and to the French culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Language: first half of level A1.

FREN 201 / FRENCH I : BEGINNERS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 16:00-17:15

An introduction of beginners to the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing and to the French culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language. Common European Framework of Reference for Language: first half of level A1.

FREN 202 / FRENCH II : BEGINNERS
Term: Spring 2017Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

Continuation of FREN 201, designed to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and to deepen cultural awareness for successful interaction in routine situations. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: second half of level A1.