The course covers the topics of; general laboratory safety procedures and rules, introduction to general laboratory materials and glasswares used in environmental and biotechnology related studies, applications and operation of analytical and coarse balance and sampling techniques, application and operation of automatic pipettes, preparation of stock and diluted sample solutions and utilization of hood, applications and operations of pH-meter, applications and operations of oven, incubator and stirrer, applications and operations of centrifuge, cleaning procedures of glasswares and laboratory equipment and applications of several portable devices (Termostat, UV-visible spectrometer, Conductimeter, Turbidimeter) used in environmental and biotechnology related studies. 

Geotechnical site investigation methods and in situ tests used to estimate engineering parameters.  In situ test methods: standard penetration test, cone penetration with and without pore pressure measurements, self-boring and cone pressuremeters, flat dilatometers and field vane shear tests. Correlations of strength and stiffness properties, in situ state parameters, consolidation coefficients, stress history, and other parameters. Application of soil mechanics in the analysis and design of shallow and deep foundations, and earth retaining structures. Importance of parameter selection in calculations of ultimate and serviceability limit state calculations for both shallow and deep foundations. Soil-structure interaction models using finite element based softwares.Geotechnical site investigation methods and in situ tests used to estimate engineering parameters.  In situ test methods: standard penetration test, cone penetration with and without pore pressure measurements, self-boring and cone pressuremeters, flat dilatometers and field vane shear tests. Correlations of strength and stiffness properties, in situ state parameters, consolidation coefficients, stress history, and other parameters. Application of soil mechanics in the analysis and design of shallow and deep foundations, and earth retaining structures. Importance of parameter selection in calculations of ultimate and serviceability limit state calculations for both shallow and deep foundations. Soil-structure interaction models using finite element based softwares.

Bu ders, uluslararası siyasetin değişen doğasını ve küresel siyasî alanda ortaya çıkışını incelemek için gerekli analitik araçları sağlamaktadır. Siyasî ve iktisadî güçlerin evriminin ve bu güçleri biçimlendiren düşüncelerin tarihî kavrayışını da temin eder. Ders aynı zamanda neo-liberal iktisadî ortodoksluğun yayılması değerlendirmeleri, yeni çok taraflı kurumların yaratılması, göç ve küresel medya tartışmaları ile dünya kültürlerinin birbirlerine artan nüfuzunu içermektedir.

Qualification exam rules

This course aims to provide graduate students with the necessary information related to Construction Technology in the construction industry, which will help them in their professional careers. It covers the topics such as Site work, Excavation Equipment, Rock Excavation, Protection of Excavation, Lifting Equipment, Transporting Equipment, Soil Compacting Equipment, Wood Construction, Masonry Construction, and Concrete Construction.

Objectives of this course are mainly to prepare students with a good understanding on the financial statement analysis. This course should help to prepare students with an overview of analyzing firm performance for a certain period of time and make decision regarding their performance. The Students knowledge about Profitability analysis, liquidity risk analysis and growth analysis will be enhanced by carefully working through the example and exercise.