COMP 130 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (JAVA)
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WEDTimes: 13:30-15:20

This course is a general introduction to programming using the Java programming language. It emphasizes the structured programming language aspects of Java and de-emphasizes its object-oriented aspects. The latter are covered only to the extent that enables students to use standard Java libraries for common tasks. Students who complete this course successfully should gain a solid foundation in algorithmic thinking and structured programming, and should be able to perform basic, common computational tasks easily and efficiently.

COMP 291 / SUMMER PRACTICE I
Term: Summer 2017Units 0

A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.

COMP 319A / MOBILE DEVICE PROGRAMMING-ANDROID
Term: Summer 2017Units 3

This course covers programming environments and languages over mobile devices. Mobile device architectures and environments, MIDP Application Model, User Interface Libraries, High Level User Interface Components, Low Level User Interface Libraries, MIDP Persistance Libraries. Mobile device operating system environments. Operating Systems such as Symbian, Android, Mobile Windows.

COMP 391 / SUMMER PRACTICE II
Term: Summer 2017Units 0

A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of third year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.

ECON 201 / MICROECONOMICS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 11:30-13:20

Conceptual foundations and modeling tools towards an understanding of economic decisions and interactions; theory of the consumer: preferences and utility maximization, with application to different choice contexts; theory of the firm: profit maximization, cost minimization; market equilibrium with perfect competition, monopoly, and oligopoly; markets for factor of production; introduction to general equilibrium and welfare; public goods and externalities; basic concepts of game theory and strategic interaction; information and market failure.

ECON 202 / MACROECONOMICS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 15:30-17:20

Real and financial sides of the aggregate economy; determinants of long-term economic growth and the Solow growth model; the business cycle and the behavior of aggregate consumption, savings, investment , and unemployment; aggregate price dynamics and inflation; monetary and fiscal policies in the context of IS-LM framework; open economy: real exchange rate and balance of payments. Impact of financial crises and macroeconomic policy response.

ECON 557 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED MICROECONOMICS
Term: Summer 2017Units 1.5Days: TUES WED THURS FRITimes: 09:30-17:30

Topics will be announced before the semester.

ECON 559 / SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED ECONOMETRICS
Term: Summer 2017Units 1.5Days: MON TUES WED THURS FRITimes: 14:00-17:30

Topics will be announced before the semester.

ELEC 291 / SUMMER PRACTICE I
Term: Summer 2017Units 0

A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.

ELEC 391 / SUMMER PRACTICE II
Term: Summer 2017Units 0

A minimum of 20 working days of training in an industrial summer practice program after the completion of second year. The training is based on the contents of the "Summer Practice Guide Booklet" prepared by each engineering department. Students receive practical knowledge and hands-on experience in an industrial setting.

EMED 600 / EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Term: Summer 2017Units 3

Interns will spend four weeks in the Emergency Department. They will take an active role in the initial evaluation and treatment of patients, work alongside senior residents, attendings, and nursing staff, and are exposed to wide variety of patients, medical and surgical emergencies, and procedures. Interns will gain valuable experience, as they will be able to follow patients from presentation, through their workup, and onto their diagnosis and management. Interns will evaluate the patients’ level of urgency, learn and apply triage principles. Learn the basic interventions (such as urinary catheter, N/G gavage, taking blood sample, intubation etc). Interns will participate in daily teaching sessions, weekly departmental conferences, as well as lecture series designed specifically for them. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)

EMED 600 / EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Term: Summer 2017Units 3

Interns will spend four weeks in the Emergency Department. They will take an active role in the initial evaluation and treatment of patients, work alongside senior residents, attendings, and nursing staff, and are exposed to wide variety of patients, medical and surgical emergencies, and procedures. Interns will gain valuable experience, as they will be able to follow patients from presentation, through their workup, and onto their diagnosis and management. Interns will evaluate the patients’ level of urgency, learn and apply triage principles. Learn the basic interventions (such as urinary catheter, N/G gavage, taking blood sample, intubation etc). Interns will participate in daily teaching sessions, weekly departmental conferences, as well as lecture series designed specifically for them. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)

ENGR 200 / PROBABILITY AND RANDOM VARIABLES FOR ENGINEERS
Term: Summer 2017Units 4Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 15:30-17:20

Introduction to probability, sets, conditional probability, total probability theorem and Bayes rule; Independence, counting; Discrete random variables, functions of random variables, expectation, mean and variance; Continuous random variables, probability density functions, and cumulative distribution functions; Multiple random variables; Sums of random variables; Limit theorems; Covariance and correlation; Introduction to Stochastic Processes

ENGR 400 / CORPORATE DYNAMICS FOR ENGINEERS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 09:30-11:20

Overview of corporate dynamics, including career paths, organizational structure and behavior in large organizations, corporate culture, decision-making process (organs, levels of authority, meetings, crisis and stress management), customer-focused organization and engineering ethics. There will be several case studies. There will also be high profile speakers from the corporate world to convey their real world experiences.

ETHR 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 09:30-11:20

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: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 15:30-17:20

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 109 / ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 11:30-13:20

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 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 13:30-15:20

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: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 11:30-13:20

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: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 09:30-11:20

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.

GERM 201 / GERMAN I : BEGINNERS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 11:30-13:20

An introduction of beginners to the four language skills listening, speaking, reading and writing, as well as to the German culture. Enables learners to ask and answer simple questions on very familiar topics; to initiate and to respond to simple statements in areas of immediate need. Complies with the first half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

GERM 202 / GERMAN II : BEGINNERS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 09:30-11:20

Targets learners with little previous knowledge of German; designed to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills; deepens cultural awareness; enables learners to interact in a simple way in routine situations. Complies with the second half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

HIST 100 / GLIMPSING MODERN TURKISH HISTORY
Term: Summer 2017Units 1

Basic introduction to Modern Turkish History. Looking at 19th and 20th centuries of Ottoman Empire and Turkey. Analysis of different reading pieces and documentaries related to Modern Turkish History.

HIST 409 / GENDER, CULTURE AND POLITICS
Term: Summer 2017Units 3Days: MON TUES WED THURSTimes: 13:30-15:20

The role of gender in public and private life and its political, cultural and social implications.