Undergraduate Program(before 2015) Course List

Compulsory Departmental Courses

Technical Elective Courses

Service Courses Taken From Other Departments

Compulsory Departmental Courses

LOG209 - Introduction to International Trade
International Trade is the branch of Economics that deals with international economic problems. The course covers the basic models of international trade and the principle issues of international trade policy.

LOG306 - Warehousing and Inventory Management
In this course, the students will gain insight about international warehousing and inventory management and the role of warehousing and inventory management systems in global logistics and supply chain management. And also will gain vision the warehousing of the future. Therefore, the basic conceptual rationale such as customer service, order processing, inventory management, transportation, information systems and information Technologies, procurement, documentation, materials handling, packaging, bar-coding, cross docking, inventory control system, ABC classification and economic order quantity models will be taught.

LOG308 - Air Logistics and Transportation
This course is mainly in the content of the theory and implementations of international air logistics and transportation with their institutions, associations and regulations, deregulations within the context of academic knowledge of international aviation logistics. The course content is also intended to provide students with a theory based understanding of the structure and processes and business aspects of global aviation industry and its role in the context of international air logistics and transportation. The course content is designed for students to have a better view of international air logistics and transportation in the light of the air transportation concept and sub concepts in order to integrate the current implementation and approaches to future applications of air logistics and transportation.

LOG404 - International Trade/Logistics Project
By determining the Project issues together with students and instructor, students are responsible from preparing the drafts which will be given on time decided at the beginning of semester. Also it is planned as at the end of semester, 15 min. Proposal presentations will be made by teams.

LOG405 - Taxation in International Trade
In this course, the students will get information on taxes paid in international trade, the legal sources and basis of these taxes; basic terms regarding international trade, customs and tax applications; free trade transactions; taxation of individual cargo shipments and international passengers. In this context, the studenst will be learning the advantageous tax applications and how to minimize the trade costs.

LOG406 - Correspondence Techniques in Foreign Trade and International Logistics
The course covers all aspects of correspondence techniques in foreign trade and international logistics.

LOG408 - Contract Management in Foreign Trade and International Logistics
This course is mainly in the content of academic knowledge of the theory and implementations of international contract management within the context of international logistics. The course content is designed for students to have a better understanding of international contract management in the light of the international logistics concept and sub concepts in order to integrate the current implementation and approaches of international contract management to future logistics applications in the view of management of international trade. End of the course, students will be able to appreciate and understand the international contract management in terms of international logistics.

LOJ 210 - Export and Import Management
This course covers analysis of international marketing strategies, planning, documentation, financing and transportation choices, export regulations, import customs clearance and other government requirements the role of service providers, such as freight forwarders, the importance of free-trade-zones, existing import & export rules and regulations, tariff and structures.

LOJ 213 - Introduction to International Logistics
In this course, the students will gain insight about international logistics and the role of international logistics systems in global supply chain management. And also will gain vision the international logistics of the future. The basic concepts of customer service, modes of transportation, order processing, information systems and information Technologies, procurement, documentation, materials and inventory management will be taught.

LOJ 214 - International Marketing
The course covers all basic topics of international marketing regarding The Dynamics of International Markets, International Marketing Strategies, International Market Entry Strategies.

LOJ 215 - Supply Chain Management
In this course, the students will gain insight about the fundamentals, principles and applications of the supply chain management within the international or global trade management. Also to promote the study of the science and art of SCM. The basic SCM concepts include purchasing, manufacturing flow management, production, marketing, sales, distribution, customer relationship and service management, demand management, order fulfilment, supplier relationship management, IT, product development and commercialization, returns management etc. from functional and process perspective.

LOJ 216 - International Logistics
In this lecture, the students will gain insight about principles of international transportation especially by sea and railway , as well as the obligations and duties of the carriers. Also the principles of international multimodal transportation will be taught.

LOJ 218 - Export and Logistics Simulations
The aim of this course is to provide objects of export and logistics planning processes to all students. In context: course is designed to cover the main actors; logistics, suppliers, manufactures, distributors, wholesaler, and retailers, ect. to have in hand; global, integrations, cooperation and collaboration approaches. To present; entire, security and visibility of logistics and supply chain. To focus on; change, transformation, strategy and new business modals. To enable reach knowledge and data concurrent; to set up national and international logistics organizational structure, to build up main and centralized export and logistics policies, to relived; main principles, components, methods, and model implementations of export and logistics planning processes.

LOJ 301 - International Trade Law
In this course, the students will gain insight about the sources and scope of the international law firstly. Thereafter, the settlement of the disputes arising from the international trade activities will be thought. The foundarion and functions of GATT and WTO and the existing applications will be underlined.

LOJ 302 - Customs Regulations and Applications
The scope of the course covers the application of customs law, regulations, foreign trade, foreign trade and customs tariff combinations and customs facilitation in general.

LOJ 305 - Logistics and Transportation Law
Logistics services work in processes among international logistics organizations (F.F., 3PL. 4PL. agency) and army unite. And they have also design and control systems positions on in and out material and product flow, material management, temporary storage, physical distribution and supply chain between international company and firms. So, logistics is not only material control and organization processes, but also is control and management processes of information and service. Therefore we have some learning issues about the law-relayed to international logistics and transportation processes in this course content.

LOJ 307 - Foreign Exchange Regulations and Applications
In this lecture, the students will gain insight about the functioning of the the money and FX markets and the related terms. The different monetary politics will be evaluated as well as the monetary policy applied in Turkey. The past and prevailing regulation concerning the FX transactions in Turkey will be evaluated.

LOJ 310 - Financing and Accounting of International Trade
The accounting principles in relation with the transactions denominated in foreign currency and foreign trade will be explained. The financing alternatives for foreign trade companies will be detailed.

LOJ 401 - Marine Trade and Logistics Law
The basics of maritime trade and logistics as applied in Turkey under Turkish law and applications will be taught. Turkish ports and the basics of their management also will be conveyed.

LOJ 403 - Quality and Standardization in Foreign Trade
This course focuses on the importance of quality assurance and standardization in international trade, showing that in which places they are basicly required, how it ranges on technology, innovation and logistic fields.

LOJ 499 - Internship
This is a summer practice course that the students should complete at the end of the sixth semester in the International Trade and Logistics Program.Students are expected to convey their field experience for a period of 20 days with a written report and an oral presentation.

Technical Elective Courses

LOG303 - European Union-Turkey Customs Union
To create a foundation relating to the operation of the European Union, economic integration types, European Union's history and the process of integration with its core institutions will be discussed. The formation of the Customs Union between EU-Turkey, underlying legal decisions of the partnership and the union's future will be analyzed.

LOG322 - Integrated Quality Systems Management of Logistics and Transportation
This course focuses on the definition of TQM, tools and techniques for quality improvement, basic statistics, control charts, six sigma and international quality standarts (ISO).

LOG402 - International Financial and Commercial Institutions
All the topics relating to the functioning of financial and commercial markets and institutions are covered.

LOG409 - E-Business
This course includes the types of e-commerce, business paradigms, fundamental concepts, tools of e-commerce, types of payment, types of infrastructure such as communication, technology and payment infrastructure. Current positions of Turkish companies in e-commerce and Data storage technologies for e-business.

LOG414 - Risk Management
The risks such as interest rate, foreign exchange and credit under the framework of international trade will eloborated together with the factors affecting those risks and measurement and management methods.

LOG429 - Entrepreneurship and SMEs in Logistics
In this course, definition of entrepreneurship and logistics in international scope, types of firm and entrepreneurial characteristics of SMEs and current statistics about entreprising SMEs are included. Case studies and real life applications have been considered within the course scope.

LOG430 - Decision Process and Optimization in Logistics
This course covers formulating problems, modeling, selection of solution algorithm for models and also computer assisted model solving and test. Detailed problem solutions for companies could be used and explained in class for providing the aim of profit maximization or cost minimization in logistics sector.

LOJ 419 - Combined Transportation
This course covers the types of transportation, components of combined transportation, parties, legal responsibilities of each parties and documents. Case studies and real life applications have been considered within the course scope.

Service Courses Taken From Other Departments

CMPE103 - Introduction to Computers
Fundamentals of information systems, system and application software; input, processing, storage, output and communication; exploring the windows environment; networking and communication; internet applications; use of applications software: word processing and creating presentations, integrating and sharing information between applications.

CMPE106 - Computer and Information Systems
Introduction to Microsoft Excel (create workbooks, spreadsheets, formulas, functions, formatting, graphs); introduction to HTML and web design (insert Text, graphics, templates and designing from blank pages, insert tables, hyperlink, creating, checking and manipulating forms, manipulating files and folders, navigation bars, themes, shared borders,

ECON 101 - Introduction to Economics I
Focuses on development of basic theory of demand, supply, and market price. Explores applications to selected microeconomic problems, such as basic monopoly and competition, and other issues that relate to the role of the pricing system in resource allocation and income distribution.

ECON 102 - Introduction To Economics II
The course focuses on the flow of national income, economic growth, and fluctuation, the role of money and banking, and monetary and fiscal policies. Emphasizes the development of conceptual tools to analyze the economic problems facing modern society.

ENG101 - English for Academic Purposes I
ENG101 consists of academic skills, such as reading comprehension, vocabulary building and critical analysis of texts. In this frame, listening and note-taking, class discussions, presentations, writing, research assignments and use of technology are some of the important activities.

ENG102 - English for Academic Purposes II
ENG102 elaborates on academic skills such as reading comprehension, listening, class discussions about the topic of the unit, vocabulary building and critical analysis of texts. It also includes research assignments and response paper and graph writing. Skills like listening and note-taking, analysis of written products, portfolio keeping and use of technology are elaborated in this course, as well.

ENG201 - English for Academic Purposes III
The course consists of mainly advanced reading and writing skills, applying critical reading skills and strategies, identifying the organization of a reading text, main ideas of the texts, and the author’s main purpose, summarizing a given text, outlining and writing an argumentative essay. Some parts of the input are in flipped learning mode.

ENG202 - English for Academic Purposes IV
This course includes research-based report writing skills. The content includes types of reports and models; the choice of topics, formation of thesis statements, writing paraphrases and summaries, preparation of report outlines, evaluation of print and electronic sources, in-text and end-of-text citation, report presentation in oral and written format. Flipped learning method is utilised to a great extent.

HIST101 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution I
The decline of the Ottoman Empire and the developments leading to the Turkish Revolution.

HIST102 - Principles of Atatürk and History of Turkish Revolution II
Foundation of the Turkish Republic and principles of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

LAW 111 - Introduction To Law
This is an introductory course in which basic concepts of law and preliminary matters are studied. Following the general legal concepts and institutions of law and overview of the Turkish Legal System; interaction of law and economics; interrelated areas such as economic and social rights recognised in international legal documents; basic concepts of competition law are also covered.

MGMT 111 - Introduction to Business I
Fundamentals of business, global business, small business, forms of business, functions of business, namely, management and organization, and information technology.

MGMT 112 - Introduction to Business II
This course covers topics such as organization, teamwork, technology and information management, production, operations management, human resources, marketing, accounting and finance.

MGMT 203 - Principles of Accounting I
In this course, basic accounting concepts and principles, the structure of financial statements, account classifications, books of account, accounting records within the accounting period, trial balance preparation, simple adjusting and closing entries at the end of the period, essentials of preparing balance sheet and income statement are covered.

MGMT 204 - Principles of Accounting II
Determination of quantity and value of all the assets and liabilities, month/year end transactions, trial balance, incorrect entries, detailed financial statements.

MGMT 217 - Enterprise Law
The concept of enterprise law, dealer concept, mercantile affair, tradename, unfair trade.

MGMT 301 - Marketing Management I
This course includes the concepts to be considered prior to and through decision making process of marketing.

MGMT 321 - Securities Law
Definition and properties of ecurities, securities law, legal attributes of securities, payment and demonstration, limitation.

TURK 101 - Turkish Language I
Historical development, structure, and usage of Turkish language, Practice on texts.

TURK 102 - Turkish Language II
Historical development, structure, and usage of Turkish language, Practice on texts