General Education Undergraduate Program

Course Descriptions

 

TLL 2021 Turkish Language and Literature I (2-0)2
The meaning and nature of language; importance of language in society; language-culture relationship; world languages and Turkish; history and the present state of Turkish; Turkish languages; phonetic features of Turkish; structure of Turkish; punctuation and style; introduction to speech and composition. Nutuk (Atatürk), İstiklal Marşı (M. Akif Ersoy), writing and oral expression types, discussions, expression defects, diction, writing principles, periods of Turkish Literature, poems, stories, literary schools.

TLL 2022 Turkish Language and Literature II (2-0)2
Basic principles of speech and composition rules and forms of oral expression addresses, lectures, panels, introduction to Turkish literature analysis of selected texts from contemporary Turkish literature, selected poems and prose texts; reading and oral interpretation of selections from Turkish and world literature exercises in composition and report writing. Nutuk (Atatürk), İstiklal Marşı (M.A. Ersoy), writing and oral expression types, discussions expression defects, diction, writing principles, periods of Turkish Literature.

HIST 3051 History of Turkish Republic I (2-0)2
The Ottomans; emergence, rise, decline and fall of the Ottoman state; intellectual movements during the Ottoman period; ?Constitutional Period?; ?Reformation Period?; Reformation and Reorganization Decrees; causes of World War 1; World War 1 and its aftermath; Turkish War of Independence Treaty of Lausanne and establishment of Turkey as an independent republic under Kemal Atatürk.

HIST 3052 History of Turkish Republic II (2-0)2
The period from 1923 (Treaty of Lausanne and establishment of Turkish Republic) to 1938 (Atatürk?s death): efforts towards establishing a modern state; legal, social and cultural reforms; economic and foreign policy during the republican period; domestic politics and political parties; nature, principles and aims of Kemal Atatürk?s major policies and reforms.

GEP 1005 History of Civilization I (3-0)3
The aim of the course is to present a brief summary of the major developments in the history of civilization, including in the arts, the natural and social sciences, philosophy, religion and politics. Major cultural developments of various civilizations in Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, China, Anatolia, Greece, North Africa, the Middle East, Europe and America will be explained in a chronological order. Students are expected both to understand the issues raised in the course and to develop an ability of interpretation and critical thinking.

GEP 1006 History of Civilization II (3-0)3
This course aims to provide substantial general knowledge and understanding of the Western civilization with particular emphasis on economic and social history. This course is a continuation of History of Civilization I and covers the period late medieval era to the 20th century. Throughout the course cross-cultural institutional borrowing will be emphasized and an attempt will be made to explain the relative wealth and poverty of these two great civilizations.

GEP 1111 History in Cinema (3-0)3
The basic aim of the course is to discuss the turning points of human being history from Ancient Greek to today with the historical movies about these turning points.

GEP 1114 20th Century Political History (3-0)3
The main approach of this course is to introduce students, a wider view of the political changes and events that had occurred during the 20th century in relevance with the evolution of the international system. Therefore the objective of the course is to submit a higher level of analysis of the modern international system and current political events occurring within the international system.

GEP 1116 Social Structure and Political Culture in the Ottoman Empire (3-0)3
This lecture will analyze the construction of the social structure of the Ottomans, with the perceptions of centre authority of the state and evaluation of the political culture and all historical progress: Emergence of the Ottoman power and the political balance in the Mediterranean, impact of Byzantine feudal system for Balkan peasants, social conflicts, the new setting of the social and economical structure from the Danube River to Euphrates.

GEP 1117 History of Mediterranean World (3-0)3
This course aims to cover the general history of the Mediterranean, focusing basically on the social, economic, religious, linguistic, cultural and literary interactions in the Modern Ages. The Mediterranean as a world of meeting point with its wide range of settled and ?floating? population in the 16th and 17th centuries like couriers, agents, spies, double spies, triple spies, informants, merchants, renegades, double renegades, travelers, captains, religious figures belonging to different sects and men in exile will be analyzed through outstanding works that offer a vivid profile of the Mediterranean in literature, cinema, theatre, etc.

GEP 1128 Global Energy Crisis (3-0)3
The human kind is consuming the fossil fuel supplies with a growing rate. It is believed that the energy crisis is going to be one of the biggest troubles of this century and thus the research on alternative energy sources is continuing rapidly. We will get basic information about these sources such as nuclear, solar, wind, geothermal energy, and learn about their uses.

GEP 1202 Biographies of Turkish Poets (3-0)3
Is the life of a poet included in his poetry? The major aim of the lecture is to bring students closer to the world of poetry by taking them on a journey from interesting life stories of important poets to their poetry. Poets whose lives attract us as much as their poetry, their bohemian, accentric, mystical, or vagabond lives, sometimes lived in prison or in exile, spent on a political route, or a spiritual and intellectual adventure, like Yahya Kemal, Nazım Hikmet, Necip Fazıl, Celal Sılay, Ece Ayhan, Ahmed Arif, Sezai Karakoç, Attila İlhan, Can Yücel, Cemal Süreya, İsmet Özel, Arkadaş Z. Özger, Lale Müldür, küçük İskender.

GEP 1203 Literature and Society (3-0)3
In this course, the effects of social events and philosophical movements on literature, society-literature relationships will be examined with contemporary French literature examples.

GEP 1204 Mythology (3-0)3
Readings in the major mythologies of the world, such as Egyptian, Greek, Scandinavian, Latin, etc. The objective of this course is to help students develop a lively appreciation for the special language of "Myth," which refers to the human tendency to shape our experience of reality through stories and symbols. An understanding of myth will help students to deepen their feelings for literature as well as pursue their own creative directions.

GEP 1205 New Poetry since 1950 (3-0)3
How today?s poetry is affected by ?İkinci Yeni? poetry which enabled a new horizon in Turkish poetry in 1950s; how poetry produced in 1960s which shall be named as ?transition era?, have led to ?rather political? poetry of the 1970s. The outstanding names of ?İkinci Yeni? (Turgut Uyar, Sezai Karakoç, Edip Cansever, Cemal Süreya, Ece Ayhan.) and the leading names of periodicals of 1960s-1970s (İsmet Özel, Ataol Behramoğlu, ?Halkın Dostları?...) will be evaluated as the leading figures shaping this era.

GEP 1206 Creative Literature (3-0)3
Various prose and dramatic writing techniques will be explored (through reading of exemplary texts) and implemented (through students' own writing and rewriting). Students will be able to write in the language and the genre of their choice. At least one complete piece of fiction (written during the term) will be required at the end of the term.

GEP 1207 Modern Turkish Novel (3-0)3
This course will cover history of Turkish novel. Evaluation of Turkish novel after the republic according to social and literary perceptions and representatives.

GEP 1301 Popular Culture and the USA (3-0)3
This course is designed to analyze the basic patterns and pillars of popular culture as they are used and revealed in certain examples of American cinema to present to masses the basic institutions and life style of the United States of America. In method, it is essentially a film-reading course. The meaning of ?popular?, a brief history of popular culture, its basic elements, characteristic features, paradigms, replication myth and the creation and influence of myths, themes and patterns. Analyses of examples from American cinema, TV shows and programs, music, art, sculpture, architecture; their language and style and presentations, their artistic and political interpretations related to American life and its basic institutions.

GEP 1307 Turkish Intellectual Life (Portraits) (3-0)3
The subject of this lecture is to introduce the leading names in Turkey who had an important influence on the intellectual and political life thoroughout the period of Republic: a large span of characters either socialist, Kemalist, Islamic, liberal, or nationalist etc. We will specifically focus on 15 of these names and draw their ?Portraits? around their lives, their thoughts, works, their influence on their periods: Hilmi Ziya Ülken, Sabri Ülgener, Cemil Meriç, Doğan Avcıoğlu, Niyazi Berkes, Şevket Süreyya Aydemir, Kemal Tahir, İdris Küçükömer, Ziya Gökalp, Mehmet Ali Aybar, Behice Boran,Hikmet Kıvılcımlı, Şerif Mardin, Nurettin Topçu, Azra Erhat, Sabahattin Eyüboğlu, Murat Belge.

GEP 1309 Orientalism (3-0)3
Orientalism is the way how the West sees the East. Moreover, Orientalism indicates how the West shapes its ideological prejudices and perspectives through literature, political ideologies and research towards the East. In this course we are going to look at what Orientalism meant in Turkish intellectual and political history. This is particularly important since we have hot debates on European Union for the past decade. While we are dealing with the topic, in order to show the indications of Orientalism, we will take the subject from intellectual, philosophical, social and political examples. As tools for the course, students will be shown artifacts from architecture, art, literature, music and film.

GEP 1310 Music, Food, Sport, and Nationalism (3-0)3
This course aims to study the different concepts of nationalism by examining three devices of nationalism that convey people the feeling ot belonging to a nation or a part of a community. Music, food and Sports particulary soccer are very high peaks of nationalism which people put themselves and their identities in it. Italians are proud of their food. British are known as the kings of soccer. Germans and Austrians believe that they are the masters of classical music. İn this course we will examine why people hold onto such things to reveal and express their national identity and how they do it.

GEP 1311 Leadership (3-0)3
Accomplishing the personal change necessary for leadership.  The importance of Emotional. Intelligence for leaders.  Going Through Boyatzis?s self directed learning to develop leadership skills.  Stress management  for leadership. The goal of this course is to give an understanding of the characteristics of leadership and create an awareness of one?s ?real self? and ?ideal self? in order to develop leadership skills

GEP 1321 Istanbul (3-0)3
Covers Istanbul's history from its birth as a Greek city in the 7th century BCE to its transition, first, to Constantinople, a major capital of Christendom, then, to its becoming the seat of the Muslim Ottoman Empire. Examines the city's patronage and imperial prowess by concentrating on works of art, architecture and literature.

GEP1324 City and Culture (3-0)3
This course explores various cities of the world in the context of changing significations pertaining to political, religious or financial supremacy that mark them. The course narrates the intertwined stories of specific art works, buildings and sites, relating the forces, fantasies, intrigues, memories, impulses and desires that shaped them. It follows the trail of different times and places that tie up with each other through intricate relations. Foremost among the subjects of inquiry is Istanbul which is repeatedly taken up alongside Berlin, Moscow, Paris, Venice, Athens, Dubai, Ein Hud, Ankara and Rome.

GEP 1331 Global Terrorism (3-0)3
This course aims to discuss and analyze the concept of the ?Global Terrorism? and it?s reasons, sources, methods and aims. Another aim of the course is to give the students knowledge in general on crisis areas, possible future conflicts with their sources and reasons.

GEP 1332 Current Political Issues and Leaders (3-0)3
This course focuses on governments and local government policies in a variety of areas and their impact on society and individuals. It will be analyze service systems about health, security, education, culture, urbanization, architecture etc.. by a local government . Also political leaders and their problems, will be talk.

GEP 1334 EU, Principles and Values (3-0)3
The main goals of this course are to introduce the idea of Europe, the main principles and values of the EU and to evaluate Turkey?s membership to the EU in terms of these principles and values. Construction of European identity in the context of the EU and symbols of the EU will be analyzed. Cultural and civic understandings of European identity will be compared special emphasis shall be given Copenhagen Criteria, the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the Lisbon Treaty. Old and new Member States of the EU and Turkey will be compared in terms of these values. Particular attention will be paid to the effects of the EU on our daily lives in terms of human rights, consumer rights, environment, etc. Interactions between Turkey and Europe, mutual cultural perceptions about each other will be analyzed.

GEP 1338 Human Rights (3-0)3
Basic purpose of the course is to help students think about human rights and related issues in historical, comparative and international perspective, with a view to enable them to understand the concept of human rights, its problems and solutions. During the course special emphasis will be given to theories of human rights, the international human rights system, and the regional human rights system of the Council of Europe (European Human Rights Convention).

GEP 1340 Being and Death (3-0)3
In this course we will analyze the death phenomenon which is grounded on the concept of being. Our main focus will be on Martin Heidegger's fundamental ontology as referred to in his book "Being and Time". Our method of investigation will be phenomenological and therefore philosophical.

GEP 1341 Islamic Philosophy (3-0)3
In this course the definition, the concepts, basic disciplines and the major problems of Islamic philosophy will be analyzed. Mevlana, Yunus Emre, Hacı Bektaşi Veli will be analyzed. Eastern philosophers will be compared with western philosophers.

GEP 1343 Philosophy and Literature (3-0)3
The aim of the course is to study the relationship between philosophy and literature via an analysis of particular philosophical issues and problems raised in particular works of literature, written in the form of essay, aphorism, parable/poetry and novel. In this framework, excerpts from selected works of Friedrich Nietzsche, Fydor Dostoevsky, Franz Kafka, Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus and Nikos Kazantzakis will be analyzed in relation to philosophical issues such as action and choice, freedom, free will and determinism, alienation, the meaning of life, life and death, human existence, reason and passion, personal identity, God and religion, art and philosophy. Students are expected both to understand the issues raised in the texts and to develop an ability of critical thinking and philosophical creativity.

GEP 1344 History of Socialist Thought (3-0)3
Socialism is among the few currents of thought that sparked 20th Century?s dominant political movements. This course reviews the various phases through which socialist thinking has evolved since the olden times of Ancient Greece. The modern socialist thought is rich enough to nurture various sub-schools, and feed a variety of political structures. We will critically evaluate in historical perspective the evolution of socialist modes of thinking as regards the perennial questions of freedom, justice, and the state political theory still tries to answer.

GEP 1345 Critical Thinking from Classical Philosophy to Modernity (3-0)3
Critical Thinking is an introductory course in the principles of good reasoning. The course includes the following areas of study: Truth and validitydefinitions, logical analysis and evaluation of arguments, scientific truth and modern superstition, culture and thinking, from tragic thinking (Classical Age philosophers -Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, etc.) to humanistic thinking (Renaissance Age) and modern tragic characters, origins of modernism, critical thinking and intellectuals, aesthetic and art.

GEP 1346 Philosophy, God and Religion (3-0)
The aim of the course is to analyze and evaluate the theories and ideas of philosophers on God and the monotheistic religions. Is there a God or not? Is it possible to prove the existence or non-existence of God? What is the source of a belief in God? What is the role of reason, experience and faith in religion? What is the problem of evil? What are the moral and political implications of the claims of monotheistic religions? The philosophers to be studied are: Augustinus, Aquinas, Anselmus, Avicenna, Descartes, Locke, Spinoza, Leibniz, Berkeley, Hume, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche and Sartre.

GEP 1349 20th Century Thought History (3-0)3
This course will summarize and analyze the development of thought in the 20th century. We will focus of outstanding persons of the history of thought such as Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Freud, Levinas, Foucault, and Derrida. Systemic representation will also be carried out. This involves political, economical, and social systems of thought in the 20th century.

GEP 1361 Socialization and Development (3-0)3
Within the scope of different perspectives, this course investigates the process of socialization through the life cycle, from prenatal stages to death. Emphasis is placed on the content, stages and agencies of socialization in a variety of social contexts. The study of human development from conception to death provides students, insight and information as to how they became the person they are today, as well as an understanding of how and why others can be different. The course encourages students to set new sights for future adjustments within both personal and social contexts. Rather than generalize from any one group of people, the course aims to explain how developmental phenomena apply and relate to a wide range of peoples.

GEP 1363 Interpersonal Communication (3-0)3
This course focuses on the theoretical background and practice of interpersonal skills for communicating, establishing and maintaining goals in one-to-one relationships and group situations as well as effective problem solving techniques. The main objective is the development of self-understanding and understanding of others through the acquisition of effective communication techniques presented within the framework of emotional intelligence and transactional analysis.

GEP 1364 Creative Problem Solving (3-0)3
This course aims to develop your problem solving skills. Everyday you are confronted by challenging situationsThis course targets to guide you to use both your creative and critical thinking skills, on your own or in a group, to understand challenges and opportunities, to generate ideas and developing effective plans for solving problems and managing change. This course will both cover theory and practice. Apart from theory, cases will also be brought to class for discussion in order to encourage the students to gain some practice in divergent and convergent thinking and develop their self-awareness. Reading assignments, teamwork and participation to group discussions will be required.

GEP 2001 Introduction to Art (3-0)3
The course introduces the students to the worlds of art by providing an understanding to the cultural impressions in diverse chronological and geographical settings with an interdisciplinary scope. Emphasis will be placed on western and non-western art (the social, religious and political context). Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and Modern period form the general framework of the course. Particular attention will be given to the representations in Africa, China, Japan and South East of Asia. The course will also include illustrated lectures, discussion periods, exhibitions and field trips.

GEP 2003 Art and Resistance (3-0)3
Since the Renaissance when it became independent of church and palace, modern art has come to consistently defy authorty and power, including that of its own institutions like the academy and the museum. The course explores art works that question their own media and boundries as well as rasing issues aganist mainstream interpretations of social realities.

GEP 2005 Aesthetic and General Art Concepts (3-0)3
This course will cover the relation between art and thought. Some outlines are: Place of concepts in thought action. Concepts and terms. General concepts of art as an artistically practice (creating action) point of function. Esthetic and art. Art from the point of philosophy (as field) esthetic. The concept of esthetic as a value criterion ?aesthetics and ?beautiful? concept; ?beautiful? in art and nature.

GEP 2021 Turkish Art and Artists (3-0)3
The purpose of this course is to address the understanding of creativity and spirituality embedded in Turkish art. The students will be exposed to the various types of traditional arts including architectural monuments and outstanding examples of decorative arts in all the various media-pottery, metal work, textile, carpet weaving, glass and jewelry in Ottoman and Islamic art.

GEP 2022 Fine Arts in Turkey (3-0)3
The purpose of this course is to address the understanding of the general features of various movements in Turkish Art. Architecture, painting, sculpture, textile, carpet weaving, glass and ceramics in Turkey from the eighteenth century to the present. Its evaluation in comparison with European and other art movements.

GEP 2032 Discovering Istanbul (3-0)3
This course will explore historical city of Istanbul the context of society of Istanbul across its cosmopolitan, sophisticated culture with city trips. The target of this course is to deepen student understanding of cosmopolitan cultures in Istanbul, and to focus on the nature of Istanbul as a world city an ?urban studies? aspect of world history. A comparative analysis of historical and contemporary Istanbul will be brought to the foreground with lectures and field trips.

GEP 2052 Turkish Theater (3-0)3
This course is based on ?Turkish Theatre?. The purpose of Turkish Theatre is to increase students' knowledge about Turkish theatre from Traditional Turkish theatre to Modern Turkish Theatre. Work of theory will be based on Meddah, Karagöz, Ortaoyunu, puppet theatre, Republic period Theatre, Cabarets, Turkish musicals, classics and modern Turkish theatre.

GEP 2101 Special Topics in American Cinema (3-0)3
The hero?s journey. The Call, Departure, Initiation, Return. Mythic elements and other various facets of the pattern (suffering or the purgative way, wounds received, tragic grandeur, apotheosis, arriving/restoration of home etc.); monomyth; necessity of story-telling, a remaking of American history, national and collective memory. The concept of the Frontier and of the West in American culture. Human rights & civil disobedience. Immigration, racism, ethnicity & multicultural unity. War and violence. The rules and clichés of Hollywood. Discourse analysis of American (Hollywood) movies in class. References to tales, mythology and popular myths, archetypal stories in sacred books and American culture and literature.

GEP 2205 History of Popular Music (3-0)3
In this course, western music will be analyzed as part of popular history, from 1950's to the present. All relevant music styles and their sub-genres are presented within a historical and cultural perspective.(Jazz, rock n roll, rock etc) There will be half hour sessions of DVD or CD presentation and discussion within each period for illustration purposes.

GEP 2206 Trends in Classical Music (3-0)3
In this course, periods and types of classical music and variation depending on national characteristics are analyzed. Romantic, Classic and Modern trends and musical terminology are presented within a historical and cultural perspective.

GEP 2207 Classical Turkish Music (3-0)3
A course which aims at analyzing the concepts and audile characteristic of Turkish Classical Music.

GEP 2209 Introduction to Classical Music (3-0)3
At the end of this course the students will have developed a bird?s eye view on the evolution of periods and types of classical music and variation depending on national characteristics, have gained a familiarity with a musical genre which is the backbone of western civilization, thus adding a new dimension to their personal development, have learned the musical terminology and have become fluent in using it, have found answers to specific questions relating to their special interest areas in music, have developed and understanding the history of interactions between classical music and the various sub cultural elements like art, religion in the West.

GEP 3702 Ottoman Turkish (3-0)3
The Ottoman Turkish Alphabetical and textual characteristics. From alphabet to reading. The orthography of Ottoman Turkish. The written and read forms of the Turkish words. The grammar of Ottoman Turkish. Selected readings in Ottoman Turkish. Arabic and Persian elements in Ottoman Turkish. Reading of literary texts and grammar points through these texts.

GEP 4001 Environmental Culture (3-0)3
This course provides an introduction to the field of general environmental culture by examining both environmental science and environmental different topics.

GEP 4005 Contemporary Environmental Issues (3-0)3
Environmental and ecological principles. Tools for building a better world. Ecological economics. Matter, energy, and life. Biological communities and species; Biodiversity. Human populations. Environmental health and toxicology. Food, hunger and nutrition. Land use: agriculture, forests and rangelands. Preserving nature. Air pollution. Water pollution. Energy and environment. Solid, toxic and hazardous waste. Urbanization and sustainable cities. What then shall we do?

GEP 4007 Ecology (3-0)3
The course introduces the basics of ecology, scope, reasons, means and design principles. General ecology and its principles, worldwide ecology problems, nutrition chain, The story of DDT, biological accumulation.

GEP 4102 Chemistry of Life (3-0)3
In a scientific and technological age, the life is directly related to chemistry. This course gives a general knowledge about current topics of chemistry in human life. The purpose is to give the students a perspective in every case about chemistry & life. The main topics of this lecture are chemistry of the human body, genetics, uses of chemistry in medicine, food chemistry, polymer chemistry, environmental chemistry, nuclear radiation and its effects. The chosen popular topics are represented by the students. For example; Ozon Layer and Global Warming, Astrochemistry, Aging and antiaging chemicals, Computing with molecules of DNA-Computers in Future, Chemistry of Love, Chemistry and Mind, Genetic and biological Weapons, Poisonous Animals, Photography and Chemistry.

List Of Courses

 

TLL 2021 Turkish Language and Literature I (2-0)2
TLL 2022 Turkish Language and Literature II (2-0)2
HIST 3051 History of Turkish Republic I (2-0)2
HIST 3052 History of Turkish Republic II (2-0)2
GEP 1005 History of Civilization I (3-0)3
GEP 1006 History of Civilization II (3-0)3
GEP 1111 History in Cinema (3-0)3
GEP 1114 20th Century Political History (3-0)3
GEP 1116 Social Structure and Political Culture in the Ottoman Empire (3-0)3
GEP 1117 History of Mediterranean World (3-0)3
GEP 1128 Global Energy Crisis (3-0)3
GEP 1202 Biographies of Turkish Poets (3-0)3
GEP 1203 Literature and Society (3-0)3
GEP 1204 Mythology (3-0)3
GEP 1205 New Poetry since 1950 (3-0)3
GEP 1206 Creative Literature (3-0)3
GEP 1207 Modern Turkish Novel (3-0)3
GEP 1301 Popular Culture and the USA (3-0)3
GEP 1307 Turkish Intellectual Life (Portraits) (3-0)3
GEP 1309 Orientalism (3-0)3
GEP 1310 Music, Food, Sport, and Nationalism (3-0)3
GEP 1311 Leadership (3-0)3
GEP 1321 Istanbul (3-0)3
GEP 1324 City and Culture (3-0)3
GEP 1331 Global Terrorism (3-0)3
GEP 1332 Current Political Issues and Leaders (3-0)3
GEP 1334 EU, Principles and Values (3-0)3
GEP 1338 Human Rights (3-0)3
GEP 1340 Being and Death (3-0)3
GEP 1341 Islamic Philosophy (3-0)3
GEP 1343 Philosophy and Literature (3-0)3
GEP 1344 History of Socialist Thought (3-0)3
GEP 1345 Critical Thinking from Classical Philosophy to Modernity (3-0)3
GEP 1346 Philosophy, God and Religion (3-0)3
GEP 1349 20th Century Thought History (3-0)3
GEP 1361 Socialization and Development (3-0)3
GEP 1363 Interpersonal Communication (3-0)3
GEP 1364 Creative Problem Solving (3-0)3
GEP 2001 Introduction to Art (3-0)3
GEP 2003 Art and Resistance (3-0)3
GEP 2005 Aesthetic and General Art Concepts (3-0)3
GEP 2021 Turkish Art and Artists (3-0)3
GEP 2022 Fine Arts in Turkey (3-0)3
GEP 2032 Discovering Istanbul (3-0)3
GEP 2052 Turkish Theater (3-0)3
GEP 2101 Special Topics in American Cinema (3-0)3
GEP 2205 History of Popular Music (3-0)3
GEP 2206 Trends in Classical Music (3-0)3
GEP 2207 Classical Turkish Music (3-0)3
GEP 2209 Introduction to Classical Music (3-0)3
GEP 3702 Ottoman Turkish (3-0)3
GEP 4001 Environmental Culture (3-0)3
GEP 4005 Contemporary Environmental Issues (3-0)3
GEP 4007 Ecology (3-0)3
GEP 4102 Chemistry of Life (3-0)3