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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

FRESHMAN YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
TRM 101 Introduction to Tourism Industry TRM 106 Anatolian Civilizations
TRM 111 Economics I TRM 112 Economics II
TRM 141 Introduction to Psychology TRM 124 Business Communication
TRM 151 Business Mathematics TRM 134 Principles of Management
TRM 153 Introductory Computing for Business TRM 156 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
DPTE/ HSS/ COME Departmental Elective/Humanities & Social Science Elective/ Complementary Elective DPTE/ HSS/ COME Departmental Elective/Humanities & Social Science Elective/ Complementary Elective
 
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Third Semester Fourth Semester
TRM 223 Accommodation Industry TRM 232 Management Accounting for Tourism Industry
TRM 231 Financial Accounting TRM 236 Introduction to Law
TRM 235 Management of Human Resources TRM 254 Research Methodology
TRM 251 Quantitative Techniques TRM 256 Information Systems for Tourism Industry
TRM 263 Principles of Marketing TRM 282 Travel Industry
-- Foreign Language -- Foreign Language
TK 221 Turkish TK 222 Turkish
Summer Training
 
JUNIOR YEAR
Fifth Semester Sixth Semester
TRM 335 Introduction to Finance TRM 334 Tourism Law
TRM 339 International Organizations TRM 336 Organizational Behavior
TRM 361 Service Marketing TRM 342 Interpersonal Communication
TRM 375 Food Service Marketing TRM -- Departmental Elec.
TRM -- Departmental Elect. TRM -- Departmental Elect.
-- Foreign Language -- Foreign Language
HTR 311 Hist. Turk. Republic I HTR 312 Hist. Turk. Republic II
Summer Training
 
SENIOR YEAR
Seventh Semester Eighth Semester
TRM 405 Conventions and Special Events TRM 408 Operations Research for Service Industry
TRM 409 Business Ethics TRM 472 Business Strategy
TRM 413 Tourism Destination Development TRM 492 Tourism Research Topics
TRM -- Departmental Elect. TRM -- Departmental Elect.
Comp. Elect. Comp. Elect.

TOTAL: 146 credits 


DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES

TRM 123 Professional Communication 3

TRM 146 Social Aspects of Tourism 3

TRM 301 Ancient Cities and Tourism 3

TRM 162 History of Civilizations 3

TRM 307 Anatolian Mythologies 3

 

TRM 315 Cruiseline and Marina Operations 3

TRM 366 Investment Management 3

TRM 337 Learning Organizations 3

TRM 368 Promotion of Services 3

TRM 363 Service Quality Management 3

TRM 374 Information Systems for Travel Industry 3

TRM 371 Food Science and Nutrition 3

TRM 376 Information Systems for Hotel Industry 3

TRM 377 International Cuisines 3

TRM 384 Transportation Systems 3

TRM 403 Environmental Issues and Tourism 3

TRM 392 Sanitation and Hygiene 3

TRM 407 Recreation and Leisure Management 3

TRM 402 Special Interest Tourism 3

TRM 435 Diversity Management 3

TRM 406 Consumer Behavior 3

TRM 437 Airline Management I 3

TRM 436 Corporate Consultancy 3

TRM 439 Travel Geography 3

TRM 438 Airlin.e Management II 3

TRM 465 Current Issues in Tourism 3

TRM 468 Property Management and Maintenance 3

 

TRM 474 Tourism Safety and Security Management 3

 

TRM 476 E-Marketing 3



Courses

Courses in the Department of Tourism Administration consist of vocational and managerial courses.  Vocational courses concentrate in two areas.  While one area includes courses on hotel management and food and beverage operations, courses on travel and transportation represent the other area. 

Curriculum of the Department also includes courses aimed at developing the managerial skills required in tourism businesses such as management, finance, marketing, interpersonal communication, business communication, law, organizational behavior and communication, information systems and applications, economics, statistics and research methodology.     

Double major programs give the opportunity to the students to graduate from two departments by taking courses during their period of undergraduate study from other departments, which are approved by their own departments.  Students of the Department of Tourism Administration can participate in the double major programs in the Department of International Trade and the Department of Management Information Systems of the School of Applied Disciplines, by fulfilling the requirements stated in the related Regulations.

In line with the university wide practice, some courses have prerequisites.

The curriculum includes a number of elective courses that the students can take from the humanities and social science courses offered by the other departments of the University to complement their studies in the field of tourism, which is interdisciplinary in nature.

Starting from their second year, students take a second foreign language for at least four semesters and for six hours a week.  They can select French, German or other foreign languages offered by the University.