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TURK 201 / BASIC TURKISH I
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 17:30-18:40

An introduction to the four language skills listening, speaking, reading and writing in Turkish, and to the Turkish culture in order to develop basic communication in the target language for beginner learners. Enables students to understand basic greetings and routine phrases; to pick out familiar words and phrases in very short simple texts; to join in basic conversations; to be able to talk about daily activities and write simple phrases/sentences. Complies with the first half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

TURK 202 / BASIC TURKISH II
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 14:30-15:40

Targets students with basic knowledge of Turkish to develop listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Enables them to understand basic words/phrases about their families and their surroundings, reading and writing about the same subjects, giving information about where they live. Complies with the second half of level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

TURK 204 / BASIC TURKISH IV
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 16:00-17:10

Continuation of TRK 203 for advanced beginners; aimed for students to understand the main idea of a discussion in Turkish; reading simple texts dealing with their interests; talking about hobbies/spare times and writing texts with simple sentences and structures. Complies with the second half of level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

UNIV 125 / CHESS
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: MONHours: 16:00-17:15

To develop the ability to focus for an aim and struggle to reach that aim; to establish and develop logical,fictional and critical thinking abilities; to establish and develop imagination and innovative thinking abilities,and to develop decision making skills among many options; to establish the culture of accepting the results after a wrong decision; to establish the responsibility of independent,self-decision making and executing that decision; to develop skills to project ,forecast and foresee the results after a taken decision; to increase self-motivation; to develop the best decision making abilities and to establish and develop optimization culture; to internalize winning and losing concepts and to explore in which conditions winning situations occur and which conditions cause losses; to develop thinking,searching,exploring and decision making abilities; to teach to be patient , to increase planning and analysis capabilities; to reveal and develop this potential.

UNIV 127 / INTERMEDIATE CHESS
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: MONHours: 17:30-18:45

The main objective of this course is to improve the ability to approach a specific goal, to set a goal, and to develop the ability to struggle to achieve the goal in the field of Chess. To gain logical, imaginary , critical thinking skills and decision-making skills. To endure the results of a given decision. to make decisions on their own and to give them the responsibility to implement this decision. To be able to predict the outcome of decisions, and to gain ability to predict results. To increase intrinsic motivation. improve the best decision making ability. to improve the optimization skills. To learn the concepts of winning and losing. To be able to inquire under which conditions you can be successful, and for what reason you will lose. To develop critical thinking, analyzing and decision making skills. Deeply concentration skills and to be patient are other important skills should be developed. To increase planning ability and analysis ability. To raise the potentials about a possible chess skill. Unlike the beginner level, the following topics will be processed in the middle level: General Culture Information about Chess, Double Attack strategies, Introduction to Pin, Discovered attacks, Removing Defenses and Deflection, Beam (x-ray) Theme and Back Rank Weakness, Open line, Intermediate Movement, Blockage and Zugzwang, Mixed Test for Tactical Concepts, checkmate in two moves, Development of Central pieces and Security of the King, Planning Initiatives, Location and Function of pieces, Variant Calculation and Future Thinking Exercises, Thematic Match Analysis

UNIV 161 / PAINTING AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTING TECHNIQUES I
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: MONHours: 16:00-17:15

This course is offered for the students who are already reached a certain level of cultural experience, where they can improve their artistic character and will be assisted to comprehend the techniques and composure structure of art. Since the students will learn plenty of painting techniques and eventually grow their aesthetics, they will be able to present their artistic abilities. One can present painting series and become a collector, join art fairs or make a revolutionary change in art itself.

UNIV 161 / PAINTING AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTING TECHNIQUES I
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: TUESHours: 16:00-17:15

This course is offered for the students who are already reached a certain level of cultural experience, where they can improve their artistic character and will be assisted to comprehend the techniques and composure structure of art. Since the students will learn plenty of painting techniques and eventually grow their aesthetics, they will be able to present their artistic abilities. One can present painting series and become a collector, join art fairs or make a revolutionary change in art itself.

UNIV 161 / PAINTING AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTING TECHNIQUES I
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: WEDHours: 16:00-17:15

This course is offered for the students who are already reached a certain level of cultural experience, where they can improve their artistic character and will be assisted to comprehend the techniques and composure structure of art. Since the students will learn plenty of painting techniques and eventually grow their aesthetics, they will be able to present their artistic abilities. One can present painting series and become a collector, join art fairs or make a revolutionary change in art itself.

UNIV 161 / PAINTING AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTING TECHNIQUES I
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: THURSHours: 16:00-17:15

This course is offered for the students who are already reached a certain level of cultural experience, where they can improve their artistic character and will be assisted to comprehend the techniques and composure structure of art. Since the students will learn plenty of painting techniques and eventually grow their aesthetics, they will be able to present their artistic abilities. One can present painting series and become a collector, join art fairs or make a revolutionary change in art itself.

UNIV 162 / PAINTING AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTING TECHNIQUES II
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: THURSHours: 14:30-15:45

The ability to transfer creativity to visuality is the art culture structure that will develop on the philosophy of art that forms the basis of plastic arts through memory. At the same time, the students question their own work and create aesthetic awareness. In addition to developing multidimensional thinking, perceiving and designing knowledge and skills required to produce an original work, students will also have the ability to embody interdisciplinary interaction and sensory perception.

UNIV 163 / PAINTING AND CONTEMPORARY PAINTING TECHNIQUES III
Session: Fall 2021Credit 1Days: WEDHours: 14:30-15:45

This course aims to provide the student with the correct understanding of the terms that will be used in evaluating the works of art, especially the ability to read the work of art. They will begin to examine the sociological, cultural and ontological structure of art in more detail, and will grasp the material and expression of their concerns. Students will also prepare projects in parallel with their own development and gain the ability to apply their own themes.

UNIV 199 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 08:30-09:40

A general introduction to programming using the Python programming language. Explore key components of problem solving using logically ordered steps and apply them to problems across disciplines. Gain a solid foundation in algorithmic design of programs and implementing them in Python.

UNIV 199 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 11:30-12:40

A general introduction to programming using the Python programming language. Explore key components of problem solving using logically ordered steps and apply them to problems across disciplines. Gain a solid foundation in algorithmic design of programs and implementing them in Python.

UNIV 199 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: MON WEDHours: 13:00-14:10

A general introduction to programming using the Python programming language. Explore key components of problem solving using logically ordered steps and apply them to problems across disciplines. Gain a solid foundation in algorithmic design of programs and implementing them in Python.

UNIV 199 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 11:30-12:40

A general introduction to programming using the Python programming language. Explore key components of problem solving using logically ordered steps and apply them to problems across disciplines. Gain a solid foundation in algorithmic design of programs and implementing them in Python.

UNIV 199 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 08:30-09:40

A general introduction to programming using the Python programming language. Explore key components of problem solving using logically ordered steps and apply them to problems across disciplines. Gain a solid foundation in algorithmic design of programs and implementing them in Python.

UNIV 199 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 14:30-15:40

A general introduction to programming using the Python programming language. Explore key components of problem solving using logically ordered steps and apply them to problems across disciplines. Gain a solid foundation in algorithmic design of programs and implementing them in Python.

UNIV 199 / INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING WITH PYTHON
Session: Fall 2021Credit 3Days: TUES THURSHours: 17:30-18:40

A general introduction to programming using the Python programming language. Explore key components of problem solving using logically ordered steps and apply them to problems across disciplines. Gain a solid foundation in algorithmic design of programs and implementing them in Python.