Philosophy, Politics and Economics
David Killoren (Philosophy), Umur Başdaş (International Relations) and Emre Ekinci (Economics)
Total number of courses: 6
Number of required courses: 3
- INTL 101-Introduction to Political Science
- PHIL 101- An Introduction to Philosophy and Philosophical Thinking
- ECON 100- Principles of Economics or ECON 110, Introduction to Economics and Strategic Behavior*
Minimum number of elective courses: 3
- INTL 203- Introduction to International Relations
- INTL 204- Introduction to Comparative Politics
- PHIL 215- Epistemology
- ECON 201- Intermediate Microeconomics
- ECON 202- Intermediate Macroeconomics
- ECON 333- Game Theory and Strategy
- INTL 308- History of Political Thought
- PHIL 213- Ancient Philosophy
- PHIL 217- Modern Philosophy
- Selected Topics:
- INTL 313- Introduction to Global Political Economy
- INTL 325- Gender and Politics
- INTL 406- Contemporary Issues in Turkish Politics
- INTL 440- Religion, Secularism, and Democracy in the World
- INTL 475- Politics of Ethnicity and Nationalism
- PHIL 216- Ethics
- PHIL 330- Applied Ethics
- PHIL 401- Political Philosophy
- ECON 322-International Finance
- ECON 340-Public Finance
- ECON 480- The Economics of Institutions
- ECON 481- Turkish Economy
- This program is affiliated with International Relations, Economics and Philosophy departments.
- Each student who has taken INTL 101, ECON 100 or ECON 110, PHIL 101 and 3 elective courses (total of 6 courses *) can qualify for a PPE certificate.
- Students need to complete a total of 3 area elective courses in at least 2 of the Theory, History or Selected Topics area electives.
- Students with their first major in Economics, Philosophy or International Relations need to complete 3 area elective courses in the remaining 2 courselists other than their major.
- The GPS gained from above-mentioned courses should be at least 2.70 out of 4.00. Students who fall below this average cannot receive the certificate.
- Students who complete these courses and qualify for the certificate may receive their certificate together with their diploma at the time of graduation.
- A student studying in Economics, Philosophy or International Relations programs must take at least one elective course from two departments other than their department.
- Students from a program other than these three programs must take 3 elective courses from at least two of the Economics, Philosophy or International Relations programs.
- Students who have a major or double major in CASE programs or who have a minor in Economics do not need to take ECON 100 or 110.