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FACULTY OF ECONOMICS, ADMINISTRATIVE AND SOCIAL SCIENCE-INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (ENGLISH)

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CYPRUS SCIENCE UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF ECONOMICS, ADMINISTRATIVE AND SOCIAL SCIENCE-INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (ENGLISH)
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Ders KoduDers AdıDTTPKECTSH.S.İçerik TRİçerik ING
ATA103ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES & HISTORY OF TURKISH REVOLUTION I ( ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES & HISTORY OF TURKISH REVOLUTION I )Z202.02.02Introduction, Fall of the Ottoman Empire, Tanzimat and Islahat Eras, Tripoli and Balkan Wars, World War I, The Armistice of Moudros, the Occupation of Anatolia and the National Reactions, The Birth of the Turkish Revolution, Turkish War of Independence, The Armistice of Mudanya, The Treaty of Lausanne.
ECO101INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS I ( INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS I )Z303.07.03
ENG101ENGLISH I ( ENGLISH I )Z303.04.03Öğrencinin iyi konuşabilmesi , yazabilmesi ve anlayabilmesi için dört beceriyi uygulamakMainly focusing on writing techniques and speaking, grammar and vocabulary
INR101INTRODUCTON TO INTERNATONAL RELATIONS I ( INTRODUCTON TO INTERNATONAL RELATIONS I )Z303.05.03Subject and scope of International Basic Concepts of International Relations: Politics, State and Sovereignty Basic Concepts of International Relations: Diplomacy, the actors of International Relations Basic Concepts of International Relations: Peace Basic Concepts of International Relations: War Basic Concepts of International Relations: Crisis Midterm Exam Basic Concepts of International Relations: Imperialism, Globalization Basic Concepts of International Relations: Interest Basic Concepts of International Relations: Power Basic Concepts of International Relations:Security OverviewThe structure of the international system; international actors; major foreign policy outcomes of states; foreign policy motives of states; the main forms of relations between states; diplomacy; use of power; international security; sanctions; international cooperation; humanitarian intervention; nuclear deterrence; international economy; new searches in international relations
INR103INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE ( INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE )Z303.03.03Introduction to Politicial Science focuses on the basic principles of political science by combining historical study of the discipline's greatest thinkers with analysis of contemporary issues. We will also identify and discuss the questions that perennially drive the field of political science, including (among many others): "How do we define the changing nature of power?", "How do we differentiate between legitimate and illegitimate governance?", "What are the differences between political institutions and political behavior?", and "How do leaders define who gets to be heard and counted in a political community?". By the end of this course, you will be familiar with these issues and capable of discussing them within the context of contemporary politics.
INR105POLITICAL HISTORY I ( POLITICAL HISTORY I )Z303.04.03The course is planned to provide students with fundamental notions on historical facts from the World Civilizations to the beginning of the First World War.The course is planned to provide students with fundamental notions on historical facts from the World Civilizations to the beginning of the First World War.
SOC105SOCIOLOGY ( SOCIOLOGY )Z303.03.031. Introduction 2. The Sociological Perspective 3. Culture 4. Socialization 5. Societies and Social Networks 6. Deviance and Social Control 7. Social Stratification 8. Sex and Gender 9. Race and Ethnicity 10. Marriage and Family1. Introduction 2. The Sociological Perspective 3. Culture 4. Socialization 5. Societies and Social Networks 6. Deviance and Social Control 7. Social Stratification 8. Sex and Gender 9. Race and Ethnicity 10. Marriage and Family
TRK103TURKISH LANGUAGE I ( TURKISH LANGUAGE I )Z202.02.02Dilin tanımı, dilın sosyal bir kurum olarak yaşamımızdaki yeri ve önemi, Türk dilinin dünya dilleri arasındaki yeri ve Türk dilinin tarihi evreleri, Türkçede sesler ve sınıflandırılması, Türkçenin ses özellikleri ve ses bilgisi ile ilgili kuralları, Türkçenin yapım ekleri ve uygulaması, kompozisyonla ilgili genel bilgiler, kompozisyon yazmada kullanılacak plan, imlâ ve noktalama işaretleri, bu dersin içeriğini oluşturmaktadır.Definition and characteristics of language. Relationship between language and thought. Relationship between language and culture. Concepts of mother language, cultural language, international language. Writing a letter of application. Languages of the world. The place of the Turkish Language among world's languages. Historical development of Turkish language. Phonological, morphological, semantic and syntactic structure of Turkish Language. Types of clauses. Spelling rules. Punctuation marks.
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ATA104ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES & HISTORY OF TURKISH REVOLUTION II ( ATATURK'S PRINCIPLES & HISTORY OF TURKISH REVOLUTION II )Z202.02.02İkinci Dünya Savaşı yıllarında Türkiye’de çok partili hayata geçiş, 1950-1960 yılları arası Türkiye, darbeler, anayasalar, koalisyon hükümetleri, soğuk savaş döneminde diğer ülkeler ile ilişkiler bu dersin içeriğini oluşturmaktadır.
ECO102INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS II ( INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS II )Z303.07.03
ENG102ENGLISH II ( ENGLISH II )Z303.04.03Konuşma , tartışma , dilbilgisi , kelime öğrenme , 500-800 kelime arasında essay yazabilmeWe mainly focus on Vocabulary and oral sessions but the lessons also include grammar , phrasal verbs and idioms
INR102INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS II ( INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS II )Z303.05.03International actors, the main structure of international system, the theories in international relations, the main forms of relations between states
INR104POLITICAL HISTORY II ( POLITICAL HISTORY II )Z303.05.03The course is planned to provide students with fundamental notions on historical facts from the aftermath of the First World War until 2001. The economic and social framework of political developments will be stressed within the course. The historical narrative, which will cover the main political events and facts of the 20th century, will be reinforced with data on social, economic, and ideological structures of the period.
LAW114INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW ( INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW )Z303.05.03Week: Basic law terms, Week: International trade terms, Week: International Contract law, Week: International Contractual terms. Week: International trade organisations. Week: Introduction to the Convention on the Sale of Goods. Week: Introduction to Payment Methods. Week: The L/C and its application. Week: Introduction to Delivery method Week: Delivery methods and and international trade contracts. Week: ADR Methods and their application.
TRK104TURKISH LANGUAGE II ( TURKISH LANGUAGE II )Z202.02.02Clause types, narrative errors, proverb and idioms, syntactic errors, subordinative errors, paragraph, narrative types, oral narratives, punctuation marks, spelling rules.
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ECO205INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY ( INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY )Z303.07.031. Introduction to Political Economy 2. Economic Liberal Perspective 3. The Mercantilist Perspective 4. The Structuralist Perspective 5. Comparison of different perspectives 7. Trade and International Organizations 8. The Production and Trade Structure 9. The Globalization Debate and MNC 10. International Dept and Financial Crisis 11. Development 12. Week: Politics of Global Poverty 13. Week: Politics of Global Powerty1. What is political economy; 2. Economic Liberal Perspective; 3. The Mercantilist Perspective; 4. The Structuralist Perspective; 5. Comparing Different Perspectives; 6. Trade and International Organizations; 7. The Production and Trade Structure; 8. The Globalization Debate and Multinational Companies; 9.International Dept and Financial Crisis; 10.Development; 11. Politics and Global Powerty
INR201HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT ( HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT )Z303.05.03Introduction to History of Political Thought focuses on the basic principles of political science by combining historical study of the discipline's greatest thinkers with analysis of contemporary issues. We will also identify and discuss the questions that perennially drive the field of political science, including (among many others): "How the changing nature of power? was defined ", "How to differentiate between legitimate and illegitimate governance? And its origins", "What are the differences between political institutions and political behavior?", and "How do leaders define who gets to be heard and counted in a political community?". By the end of this course, the student will be familiar with these issues and capable of discussing them within the context of contemporary politics.
LAW213INTERNATIONAL LAW I ( INTERNATIONAL LAW I )Z303.06.031. Nature and Scope of International Law 2. Sources of International Law 3. Comparison of the international Law with National Legal Systems 4. Obedience to International Law 5. Theories of International Law 6. Role of International Organizations 7. State Recognition 8. Universal Human Rights 9. European Human Rights 10. Treatment of Alliances1. Nature and Scope of International Law 2. Sources of International Law 3. Comparison of the international Law with National Legal Systems 4. Obedience to International Law 5. Theories of International Law 6. Role of International Organizations 7. State Recognition 8. Universal Human Rights 9. European Human Rights 10. Treatment of Alliances
STT201STATISTICS I ( STATISTICS I )Z303.06.03
INR205FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS ( FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS )S303.06.03Conceptual Framework in Foreign Policy Analysis, Factors Determining Foreign Policy: Realistic Approach and Power Element, Factors Determining Foreign Policy: International Political System, Factors Determining Foreign Policy: Decision Making Process and Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy Preferences of States : Isolationism, Impartiality, Disconnection Policies, Foreign Policy Preferences of States: Power Balance and Status quo Policy, Midterm Exam, Foreign Policy Preferences of States: Imperialism and Prestige Policy, Foreign Policy Instruments of States : Diplomacy, Foreign Policy Instruments of States : Propoganda, Foreign Policy Instruments of States : Economic Methods, Foreign Policy Instruments of States : War and Conflict, OverviewThe actors (individuals/leaders, groups, organization and bureaucratic politics) and factors (internal and external issues) in foreign decision-making process are the main topics to be analyzed, taking into account different theoretical perspectives.
INR207ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES ( ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES )S303.06.03
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ECO204INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY ( INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY )Z303.06.03
INR202INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS I ( INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS I )Z303.06.031. Introduction to the International Organisations 2. Definitions and Types of International Organisations in World Politics 3. Roles and Functions of International Organizations 4. Alternative Perspectives on International Organizations: Theories, Concepts 5. Development of the Westphalian System and Historical Evolution of International Organisations 6. The League of Nations 7. Functions, Performance and Evolution of the UN 8. Collective Security System of the UN 9. Introduction to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) 10. Contemporary Challenges: Allied against What or Whom?
INR206COMPARATIVE POLITICAL SYSTEMS ( COMPARATIVE POLITICAL SYSTEMS )Z303.06.03
LAW214INTERNATIONAL LAW II ( INTERNATIONAL LAW II )Z303.06.031. Other subjects of international law: a) International Organizations b)Non-governmental organizations (civil society) c) Corporations 2. Jurisdiction privileges and immunities: Types of juristiction; Civil and criminal jurisdiction; Bases of jurisdiction; ; Extradition; Immunity from jurisdiction 3. State Responsibility; The ILC Articles and the changing discourse of state responsibility; Internationally wrongful acts; The rules of attribution; Circumstances precluding wrongfulness; consequences of breach; Invocation of state responsibility; The state’s diplomatic protection over its natural and juristic persons 4. International Law and the use of force: Development of the law on the use of force in international law; The United Nations and the post-war system of collective security; Invitation and intervention;Humanitarian intervention; Exception to the rule – self-defense and collective self-defense; Exception to the rule – Chapter VII authority of the Security Council 5. Pacific Resolution of disputes: The legal framework; Non-judicial settlement procedures (non-binding); International arbitration (binding); International Court of Justice
INR204EUROPEAN UNION LAW ( EUROPEAN UNION LAW )S303.06.03
INR208MIDDLE EAST POLITICS ( MIDDLE EAST POLITICS )S303.06.031. Introduction to the Course: Definition of the Middle East: 1- (pp. 1-18) 2. The Emergence of the Modern Middle Eastern States and Interest Shown by Countries Outside the Region: 1- (pp. 19-37) 2-(pp. 5-22; 230-242) 3. The Christian Element and Lebanon: 1-(pp. 129-132); 3-(pp. 373-396) 4. The Jewish Element and Israel: 1- (pp.110-120); 3- (pp. 239-272) 5. Arab-Israeli Wars, Palestine and Camp David Accords: 1- (pp. 110-120); 3- (pp. 345-368) 6. The Muslim Element in the Region: The Sunni-Shia Differences and Alawits: 1- (pp. 254-256); 3- (pp.24-33; 217-238) 7. Main Movements in the Region: Arab Nationalism, Arab Socialism, Baathism, Nasserism: 1- (pp. 50-72); 2-(pp. 56-72) 8. Iran and the Islamic Revolution: 3- (pp. 423-450) 9. Oil Embargos: 3- (pp. 451-472) 10. Iraq and the 1991 Gulf War: 3- (pp. 473-498) 11. Reasons and Consequences of the 2011 Uprisings in the Region: 4- (pp. 63-79)
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INR301EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND EUROPEAN UNION ( EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND EUROPEAN UNION )Z303.03.03
INR303REGIONAL SECURITY POLICIES ( REGIONAL SECURITY POLICIES )Z303.06.03
INR307INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS II ( INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS II )Z303.06.03
INR311CHINESE POLITICS AN ECONOMY ( CHINESE POLITICS AN ECONOMY )S303.06.03
INR313INTERNATIONAL PROPAGANDA ( INTERNATIONAL PROPAGANDA )S303.06.03
INR315INTERNATIONAL POLITICS ( INTERNATIONAL POLITICS )S303.06.03
INR317HISTORY OF DIPLOMACY ( HISTORY OF DIPLOMACY )S303.06.03
CSU207INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION ( INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION )G303.03.03
CSU208ACADEMIC PRESENTATION SKILLS ( ACADEMIC PRESENTATION SKILLS )G303.03.03
CSU303GENERAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS ( GENERAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS )G303.03.03
CSU304HUMAN RIGHTS ( HUMAN RIGHTS )G303.03.03
CSU402CURRENT ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS ( CURRENT ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS )G303.03.03
GER101GERMAN I ( GERMAN I )G303.03.03
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BUS312RESEARCH METHODS ( RESEARCH METHODS )Z303.06.03
ECO306POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY ( POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY )Z303.06.03
INR302CURRENT INTERNATIONAL ISSUES ( CURRENT INTERNATIONAL ISSUES )Z403.06.04
INR308INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL POLICY ( INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL POLICY )S303.06.03
INR310WATER POLICIES ( WATER POLICIES )S303.06.03
INR312RUSSIAN POLITICS AND ECONOMY ( RUSSIAN POLITICS AND ECONOMY )S303.06.03
INR314POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND TERRORISM ( POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND TERRORISM )S303.06.03
INR316AFRICAN STUDIES ( AFRICAN STUDIES )S303.06.03
INR318ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM ( ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM )S303.06.03
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INR403GEOPOLITICS OF EURASA AND TURKEYS POSITION ( GEOPOLITICS OF EURASA AND TURKEYS POSITION )Z303.06.03
INR413CIVIL SOCIETY AND DEMOCRACY ( CIVIL SOCIETY AND DEMOCRACY )Z303.03.03
INR415AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY ( AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY )S303.06.03
INR417INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION POLICIES ( INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION POLICIES )S303.06.03
INR419ANALYSIS OF DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS ( ANALYSIS OF DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENTS )S303.06.03
INR421POLITICS IN BALKAN ( POLITICS IN BALKAN )S303.06.03
INR423ISSUES IN GLOBALIZATION ( ISSUES IN GLOBALIZATION )S303.06.03
INR425TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY ( TURKISH FOREIGN POLICY )S303.06.03
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INR406INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES ( INTERNATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES )Z303.06.03
INR410GLOBAL ENERGY POLITICS ( GLOBAL ENERGY POLITICS )Z303.06.03
INR414POLITICAL ECONOMY OF MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA ( POLITICAL ECONOMY OF MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA )S303.06.03
INR416TURKISH-GREEK RELATIONS AND CYPRUS ( TURKISH-GREEK RELATIONS AND CYPRUS )S303.06.03
INR418JAPANESE POLITICS AND ECONOMY ( JAPANESE POLITICS AND ECONOMY )S303.06.03
INR420POLITICS OF CYPRUS ( POLITICS OF CYPRUS )S303.06.03
INR422MEDITERRANEAN POLICIES ( MEDITERRANEAN POLICIES )S303.06.03
EBS : Kıbrıs İlim Üniversitesi Eğitim Öğretim Bilgi Sistemi Kıbrıs İlim Üniversitesi AKTS Bilgi Paketi AKTS Bilgi Paketi ECTS Information Package Avrupa Kredi Transfer Sistemi (AKTS/ECTS), Avrupa Yükseköğretim Alanı (Bologna Süreci) hedeflerini destekleyen iş yükü ve öğrenme çıktılarına dayalı öğrenci/öğrenme merkezli öğretme ve öğrenme yaklaşımı çerçevesinde yükseköğretimde uluslarası saydamlığı arttırmak ve öğrenci hareketliliği ile öğrencilerin yurtdışında gördükleri öğrenimleri kendi ülkelerinde tanınmasını kolaylaştırmak amacıyla Avrupa Komisyonu tarafından 1989 yılında Erasmus Programı (günümüzde Yaşam Boyu Öğrenme Programı) kapsamında geliştirilmiş ve Avrupa ülkeleri tarafından yaygın olarak kabul görmüş bir kredi sistemidir. AKTS, aynı zamanda, yükseköğretim kurumlarına, öğretim programları ve ders içeriklerinin iş yüküne bağlı olarak kolay anlaşılabilir bir yapıda tasarlanması, uygulanması, gözden geçirilmesi, iyileştirilmesi ve bu sayede yükseköğretim programlarının kalitesinin geliştirilmesine ve kalite güvencesine önemli katkı sağlayan bir sistematik yaklaşım sunmaktadır. ETIS : İstanbul Aydın University Education & Training System Cyprus Science University ECTS Information Package ECTS Information Package European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) which was introduced by the European Council in 1989, within the framework of Erasmus, now part of the Life Long Learning Programme, is a student-centered credit system based on the student workload required to achieve the objectives of a programme specified in terms of learning outcomes and competences to be acquired. The implementation of ECTS has, since its introduction, has been found wide acceptance in the higher education systems across the European Countries and become a credit system and an indispensable tool supporting major aims of the Bologna Process and, thus, of European Higher Education Area as it makes teaching and learning in higher education more transparent across Europe and facilitates the recognition of all studies. The system allows for the transfer of learning experiences between different institutions, greater student mobility and more flexible routes to gain degrees. It also offers a systematic approach to curriculum design as well as quality assessment and improvement and, thus, quality assurance.