Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences

Economics creates solutions for how individuals, institutions and societies can share resources among various needs. In this scope, economics examines the behaviors of individuals within the framework of benefit and cost. The main research areas of this science are designing economic policies and results, inflation, international economic relations, crises, regulations on competition, market mechanisms, economic growth, and efficient production methods.

At the Department of Economics, students can interpret Turkey and the World economy, they provided a substructure where they can conduct quantitative research. The department’s training program is structured around basic economic theory, economies, and sub-branches of economics, financial markets, public finance, environmental economics, game theory, competitive economics, industrial and international economics.

The students gain a strong economic foundation in the courses of the first two years. They improve their knowledge level by analyzing economic data with scientific projects and applications. The undergraduate program takes a new direction from the third year with the aim of specialization of the students.

Macroeconomics, microeconomics, managerial economics are the three fields which studied together as academic economics focusing on general economics and which are student’s postgraduate specialization alternatives.

Other focusing areas of the undergraduate program of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration covers topics such as Turkish politics, comparative politics, political theory, sociocultural studies and public administration. International relations are a branch of science that explores the political, economic and social developments at the global and regional level, the relations of states, organizations and other forces with each other, international conflicts and cooperation.


    • Business Administration (Turkish – English)
    • Civil Aviation Management (Turkish-English)
    • Tourism and Hotel Management (Turkish-English)
    • Psychology (Turkish – English)