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									                      EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITY
                      University Curriculum Committee

                      Program Revision Proposal Form




Part I.     Program Information

 Program Title               ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART HISTORY                                                                 Program code         46


 Faculty / School            ARTS AND SCIENCES                                   Department              ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART HISTORY




 Level              2-Year Associate           3-Year Assoc.      X Bachelor             Master (No Thesis)          Master (Thesis)           PhD



                                                     Anticipated number of
 Academic year of first                   2005                                                   Number of students which will be affected
                                                     semesters needed for full         10                                                           57
 implementation                           FALL                                                   by this revision
                                                     transition



Part II.    Overall statement of justification for revision
 Explain, in detail, why the Department / School wants to make these changes. The explanation can include, among other things, changes in the
 department’s focus, changes in the field, changes in quality standards, changes in expectations regarding the qualifications of graduates, or
 weaknesses in the old program that the new program is designed to rectify. Some historical background and a comparative analysis with the
 programs of some universities will be most appropriate.
 INSTALMENT OF GENERAL EDUCATION




Part III.   Summary of Program Revision
 Changes
 Check the appropriate box and fill in the number of changes in the field supplied under the column heading “Total”. Please use “Course Revision
 / Termination Form” or “New Course Proposal Form” if the properties of only a single course is changed (changes 4-10 below)

 1.             Program title change
 2.             Diploma degree change
 3.             Teaching language change.
 4.         √   Course code modification                                           Total number of courses with course code modification:           18
 5.         √   Course title revision                                                   Total number of courses with course title revision:         13
 6.             Course description revision                                      Total number of courses with course description revision:          0
 7.             Catalog course credit description modification              Total number of courses with credit description modification:           0
 8.             Prerequisite – corequisite change                        Total number of courses with prerequisite / corequisite change:            0
 9.         √   Addition / replacement / deletion of courses         Total number of new courses…              4      and deleted courses           2
 10.        √   Shift in the semesters of courses                                  Total number of courses having shift in their semesters          12
 11.            Splitting into or modification of streams
 12.            Other. Please describe:




Part IV. Comparative list of old and new curriculum
 Comparative Condensed Curriculum
 Complete the table by listing the full sequence of courses, by semester, in the old curriculum and new curriculum. Leave the “course code” and
 “total credit” columns blank for the elective courses, and write “Area elective” or “University elective” in the “course title” column of such courses.
 Differentiate between a prerequisite and a co-requisite, write “P” or “C” in parenthesis next to the course code. Use abbreviation for course titles
 to fit in the column width, if necessary. Insert additional rows or delete empty rows if necessary.

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                               Old Curriculum                                              New Curriculum

      Course                                    Tot   Prereq.     Course                                          Tot   Prereq.
Sem                          Course Title                                               Course Title
       Code                                     Crd   Co-req.      Code                                           Crd   Co-req.
 1    ARC111    Introduction to Archaeology     3        -      EFL I      Communication in English-I             3        -
 1    ARC131    Prehistory                      3        -      GEED111    Critical Thinking Skills-I             3        -
                                                                TURK
 1    ART121    Introduction To Art             3        -                 Communication in Turkish                3       -
                                                                100/199
                Fundamentals of Cultural                        MATH167
 1    ENG128                                    3        -                 Maths for Arts for Social Sciences      3       -
                Studies                                         UC-M
                                                                ARCY111
 1      EFL     English I                       3        -                 Introduction and Archaeology            3       -
                                                                UC-AH
                                                                ARTH121
 1    TURK100   Introduction to Turkish*                 -                 Introduction to Art                     3       -
                                                                UC-AH
 1                                                              GEED101    SPIKE I                                0        -
                Ancient Civilizations
 2    ARC152                                    3        -      EFLII      Communication in English-II            3        -

                Archaeological Concepts I:
 2    ARC132                                    3        -      GEED112    Critical Thinking Skills-II            3        -
                Methods
                   Concepts in Art History I:
 2    ART162                                    3        -      UC         Computer Literacy                      3        -
                          Methods
                                                                           Archaeological Concepts-I:
 2    ART182    Arts Practice                   3        -      ARCY112                                           3        -
                                                                           Methods
 2      EFL     English II                      3        -      ARTH122    Arts Practice                          3        -
 2                                                       -      ARTH142    Early Christian and Byzantine Art      3        -
 2                                                              GEED102    SPIKE II                               0        -
                Archaeological Concepts II:
 3    ARC251                                    3        -      UC-PN      Maths/Physics/Natural Sciences         3        -
                Analysis
                Early Christian and Byzantine
 3    ART241                                    3        -      UE-SB      Social and Behavioral Sciences         3        -
                Art
                Concepts in Art History II:
 3    ART261    Analysis                        3        -      ARCY213    Prehistory                             3        -


                Fundamentals of Cultural                        ARCY223
 3    ENG228                                    3        -                 Ancient Civilizations                  3        -
                Studies-II                                      UC-AH
 3    NELxxx    Elective                        3        -      ARTH243    Renaissance and Baroque                3        -
 3                                                       -      GEED201    SPIKE III                              0        -
                Archaeological Concepts III:
 4    ARC252    Theory                          3        -      UC-PN      Maths/Physics/Natural Sciences         3        -

 4    ARC232    Near Eastern Archaeology        3        -      UC-SB      Social and Behavioral Sciences         3        -
 4    ART262    Renaissance and Baroque         3        -      ARTH224    Concepts in Art History-I: Methods     3        -
                Concepts in Art History III:                               Archaeological Concepts-II:
 4    ART242                                    3        -      ARCY234                                           3        -
                Iconography and Semiotics                                  Analysis
 4    NE xxx    Elective                        3        -      ARTH244    Romanticism to Modernism               3        -
 4                                                              GEED202    SPIKE IV                               0
 5    ARC331    Archaeology of Cyprus           3        -      ARCY315    Archaeology of South West Asia         3        -
 5    ART361    Romanticism to Modernism        3        -      ARTH325    Concepts in Art History-II: Analysis   3        -
 5    TELxxx    ART Technical Elective          3        -      ARTH345    Modern Art                             3        -
 5    NELxxx    Elective                        3        -      ARTH       Special Study in Art History-I         3        -
 5    NELxxx    Elective                        3        -      ARCY       Special Study in Archaeology-I         3        -
 5                                                              GEED301    SPIKE V                                0        -
                Modernism and Postmodernism
 6    ART 362                                   3        -      ARTH366    Art History and Historiography         3        -

 6    TEL xxx   ARC Technical Elective          3        -      ARTH386    Postmodern to Contemporary             3        -
 6    TEL xxx   ART Technical Elective          3        -      ARCY336    Archaeology of Cyprus                  3        -
 6    TEL xxx   ARC Technical Elective          3        -      ARCY356    Archaeology of Anatolia                3        -

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  6      NEL xxx     Elective                                  3              -                 ARCY                 Special Study in Archaeology-II                     3              -
  6                                                                                             GEED302              SPIKE-VI                                            0              -
                                                                                                                     Archaeological Concepts-III:
  7      ARC431      Archaeological project                    3              -                 ARCY417                                                                  3              -
                                                                                                                     Theories in Archaeology
  7        TELxxx    ART Technical Elective                    3              -                 ARCY                 Special Study in Archaeology-III                    3              -
  7        TELxxx    ART Technical Elective                    3              -                 ARCY                 Special Study in Archaeology-IV                     3              -
  7        TELxxx    ARC Technical Elective                    3              -                 ARTH                 Special Study in Art History-II                     3              -
  7        NELxxx    Elective                                  3              -                 ARTH                 Special Study in Art History-III                    3              -
  7      HIST200       History of Turkish Reforms              3              -
  8        TELxxx      ARC Technical Elective                  3              -                     ARCY              Special Study in Archaeology-V                     3              -
  8        TELxxx      ARC Technical Elective                  3              -                     ARCY              Special Study in Archaeology-VI                    3              -
  8        TELxxx      ART Technical Elective                  3              -                     ARCY              Special Study in Archaeology-VII                   3              -
  8      NELxxx        Elective                                3              -                     ARTH              Special Study in Art History-IV                    3              -
  8      NELxxx        Elective                                3              -                     ARTH              Special Study in Art History-V                     3              -
  8                                                                                                 HIST                                                                 2              -
                                                                                                                      History of Turkish Reforms
                                                                                                    200/299


 Comparative Statistics
 Supply the following figures: Total numbers and percentages of the courses and their credits in different categories. Also show the distribution of
 courses and their credits among semesters in the curriculum

                                                                                                            Total                                          Percentage of total
                                                                                              Number                       Credits                     Number                 Credits
Courses:                                                                                  Old         New             Old          New               Old       New       Old         New
                                                                    All Courses           42           43            123            128              100        100      100         100
                                                    University core courses               4            15              9               44            9.5       34.9      7.3         34.4
                                                      Faculty core courses                0            0               0                0            0          0         0             0
                                                           Area core courses              20           16             60               48        47.6          37.2      48.8        37.5
                                                               Area electives             10           12             30               36        23.9          27.9      24.4        28.1
                                                        University electives              8            0              24                0        19.0           0        19.5           0
                            Courses offered by the hosting department                     30           31             90               93        71.5           72       73.2        72.6
                                  Courses offered by other departments                    12           12             33               35        28.5           28       26.8        27.4
Semesters
                                                                                           Semesters
                                                                                                                                                                                Average
                                           1               2              3               4                 5                  6                 7              8
                                      Old New Old New Old New Old New Old New Old New Old New Old New                                                                         Old    New
  Number of courses per semester       5       7       5       7      5       6      5          6      5        6          5       6        6         5    5         6          5       6
   Number of credits per semester 15           17     15       17    15       15     15        15     15        15      15         15       15       15    15       17         15    15.75




Part V. Details of Revision
Fill in the appropriate sections (tables) below. Delete any irrelevant (unfilled) tables to save space.
 1. Program Title Change
 Fill in this part if applicable. Write the full titles of old and new programs without any abbreviations.

  Existing program title:                                                                           New title:

                                                                                   Rationale




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2. Program Degree Change
Fill in this part if applicable. Write the universally accepted degrees, like “Bachelor of Science, BS” in the row designated as “English” and
degrees in YÖK system like “Ön Lisans” in the row designated as “Turkish”

                                           Old Degree                                                         New Degree
                                   Full name                      Abbreviation        Full name                                     Abbreviation
English
Turkish

                                                                       Rationale




3. Teaching Language Change
Fill in this part if applicable.

  Existing teaching language:                                                                     Proposed teaching Language:

Coverage:              Whole program           Only for the courses:

                                                                       Rationale




4. Course Code Change
Fill in this part if only code of a course is modified. Do not include new or deleted courses. Add extra rows for additional courses or
remove blank rows.

        Old              New
                                                                                   Rationale
       Code              Code
                       ARCY              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 1. ARC 152
                       223               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARCY              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 2. ARC 132
                       112               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARTH              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 3. ART 162
                       224               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARTH              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 4. ART 182
                       122               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARCY              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 5. ARC 251
                       234               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARTH              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 6. ART 241
                       142               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARTH              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 7. ART 261
                       325               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARCY              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 8. ARC 252
                       417               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARCY              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 9. ARC 232
                       315               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARTH              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
10. ART 262
                       243               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARCY              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
11. ARC 331
                       336               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.
                       ARTH              Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
12. ART 361
                       244               Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.


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                      ARCY             Requirement for the New Curriculum to have odd and even numbers for Fall and Spring
 13. ARC 131
                      213              Terms. Also, changes of the course semesters and years.


5. Course Title Changes
Fill in this part if only title of a course is modified. Do not include new or deleted courses. Add extra rows for additional courses or remove blank
rows.

       Course                                           Full Title (No Abbreviation)                                    Transcript Title

      ARC 232
      new code       English    Archaeology of South West Asia                                              Archaeology of South West Asia
      ARCY 315
 1.
                     Turkish    Güney Batı Asya Arkeolojisi                                                 Güney Batı Asya Arkeolojisi
                   Rationale:   The old title was politically incorrect.
                     English
 2.                  Turkish
                   Rationale:
                     English
 3.                  Turkish
                   Rationale:
                     English
 4.                  Turkish
                   Rationale:
                     English
 5.                  Turkish
                   Rationale:
                                                                     Further remarks




                                                                Further remarks




 6. Change in the Course Descriptions
 Fill in this part if the description (content) of a course is modified. Do not include new or deleted courses. Add extra rows for additional courses
 or remove blank rows. The new course content shall be attached in the later sections of this form.

          Course                                                             Rationale

  1.
  2.
  3.
  4.
  5.
                                                                       Further remarks




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7. Change in the Course Credit Descriptions
Fill in this part if the description of a course credit (Lecture / Lab / Tutorial / Total) is modified. Do not include new or deleted courses. Add extra
rows for additional courses or remove blank rows.


        Course                 Old                        New
                                                                                                            Rationale
         Code          Lec Lab Tut Tot            Lec Lab Tut Tot

 1.
 2.
 3.
 4.
 5.

By these changes, the total number of credits on the curriculum …             Didn’t change.      Increased by:                decreased by:
                                                                    Further remarks




8. Change in the Prerequisites – Co-requisites
Fill in this part if the prerequisites / co-requisites of a course are modified. Do not include new or deleted courses. Add extra rows for additional
courses or remove blank rows.

       Course       Pre /
                                 Old             New                                                 Rationale
        Code         Co

 1.                  P
 2.                  P
 3.                  P
 4.                  P
 5.                  P
                                                                    Further remarks




9. Addition / Replacement / Deletion of Courses in the curriculum
Fill in this part if a new course is added to the curriculum as either an additional course, as a replacement for an existing course, or if the course
will be totally removed from the curriculum. Add extra rows for additional courses or remove blank rows. The new course contents shall be
attached in the later sections of this form.
(For additional new courses: leave “old course” column blank. For totally deleted courses: leave “new course” column blank. For courses
replaced by a new course: fill in both “new course” and “old course” columns.)

      Semestr    New Course            New Course Title         Old Course                                     Rationale

                                  Archaeology of
 1.     7         ARCY 417
                                  Anatolia
                                  Historiography of Art
 2.     6         ARTH 366                                      ART 242
                                  History
 3.     5         ARTH 345        Modern Art
                                  Postmodern to
 4.     6         ARTH 386                                      ART 362
                                  Contemporary
 5.
 6.
 7.
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 8.
 9.
10.

Total number of new courses including replacements…         4           and deleted courses including replacements
Total number of courses…       14 didn’t change (check).             decreased by:      14                   increased by:
Number…               and list of courses being already offered in EMU

Are there similar courses with overlapping content already being offered in EMU?              x   NO             YES. If yes, then justify below:
                    Similar / Overlapping
       Code                                                                                  Justification
                         Course(s)
 1.
 2.
 3.


                                                                  Further remarks




10. Semester Shifts
Fill in this part if the semester of a course on the curriculum has changed. Write the sequence number of the semester in the curriculum (1-8)
rather than Fall /Spring. Add extra rows for additional courses or remove blank rows.

      Course          Old           New
                                                                                              Rationale
       Code           Sem           Sem

 1. ARCY 213            1            3          Shifted due to new GE courses
 2. ARCY 223            2            3          Shifted due to new GE courses
 3. ARTH 224            2            4          Shifted due to new GE courses
 4. ARCY 234            3            4          Shifted due to new GE courses
 5. ARTH 142            3            2          Shifted due to new GE courses
 6. ARTH 325            3            5          Shifted due to new GE courses
 7. ARCY 417            4            7          Shifted due to new GE courses
 8. ARCY 315            4            5          Shifted due to new GE courses
 9. ARTH 243            4            3          Shifted due to new GE courses
10. ARCY 336            5            6          Shifted due to new GE courses
11. ART TEC             6            7          Course replaced with ARTH 366
12. ARC TEC             6            8          Shifted due to new GE courses




                                                                  Further remarks




11. Splitting into / Modification of / Merging Streams
Fill in this part if the program is splitted into tracks, or the existing streams are modified or merged. Write NONE into “Courses in old curriculum”
if the program is split into two or more streams. Write NONE into “courses in new curriculum” column if two or more streams are merged.

                     Stream Title                           Courses in old curriculum                            Courses in new curriculum

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   1.
   2.
   3.
   4.
                                                                       Rationale




 12. Unclassified Changes
 Fill in this part if there is a change which can not be classified in any of the changes described in above sections.

 Brief description of the change



 Rationale




Part VI. Resource and Cost Analysis
 Human Resources
 Explain the sufficiency or the need of the teaching or technical staff necessary for implementation of the proposed changes


                                   Faculty members         =5                                                   Faculty members     =6
                                   Instructors             =1              Number of staff to be                Instructors         =1
 Number of existing                                                        hired after the full
                                   Assistants              =6                                                   Assistants          =6
 staff                                                                     transition to the
                                   Technical staff         =0              proposed curriculum?                 Technical staff     =1
                                   Administrative staff =1                                                      Administrative staff =2


                                                     Further remarks on human resources (if any)
 One full member should become the assistant chair. Technical staff is necessary for running the lab and taking care and use of the equipment.
 7th member of staff could be someone from the cross over field of both archaeology and art history.




 Physical Resources
 Explain the sufficiency or the need of the physical resources to implement the proposed curriculum
                                                                        IF YES, Anticipated values of:                    IF NO
                                                                                2
                                                                        Size (m )    Cost (USD)      First use date       Host building
              A new building?                        YES        NO
 Is there
 any need     New classrooms?                        YES        NO
 for:
              New laboratories / studios ?           YES        NO
              Special lecture halls?                 YES        NO


                                                 Further remarks on physical resources (if any).
  Clarify especially any ADDITIONAL large or unusual resource demands, possible fixed expenditures like chemicals, lab or studio equipments,
  computers etc to maintain educational activities, not including the regular maintenance costs of the building. Also mention the possibilities of
                                        utilizing and sharing the resources of existing academic units.




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Part VII. Implementation Guide for existing students
 Equivalence chart for the remaining courses
 Identify the equivalence of the remaining courses of existing students. For example write the new course “CHEM332” into “equivalence” column
 if it is going to replace “CHEM321” in the old curriculum. Or one may write “Area elective” or “University Elective” for a totally deleted course in
 the old curriculum. Presence of consecutive courses (like Analysis I & II), or prerequisite / co-requisites may necessitate alternative equivalent
 courses, exemptions or conditions for equivalency.
         Course            Equivalence                                      Alternatives / Exemptions or Conditions
  1.   ARTH 366             ART 242             If not replaced by the course it can be also taken as ART Technical Elective
  2.   ARTH 386              Art 361            If not replaced by the course it can be also taken as ART Technical Elective
       ARCY 356       Speicial Study in
  3.
                      Archaeology
       ARTH 345       Special Study in Art
  4.
                      History
        Critical            ENG 128
  5.
       Thinking I
        Critical            ENG 228
  6.
       Thinking II
          EFL I         Communication in
  7.
                           English I
         EFL II         Communication in
  8.
                           English II
  9.     NEL 1          UC Maths/Science
 10.     NEL 2        UC Computer Literacy
         NEL 3         UC Social and Beh.
 11.
                           Science
 12.     NEL 4          UC Maths/Science
         NEL 5         UC Social and Beh.
 13.
                           Science


Part VIII. Catalog Information
Provide the information for the revised curriculum in sections “Program Description”, “Full Curriculum” and “Course Descriptions” which will be printed
in the course catalog and the on-line catalog of the University.
 Program Description
 Describe the program from several points of view like the mission, goals, objectives, focus and strengths of the program, opportunities for the
 graduates from an academic perspective. A brief historical perspective may be appropriate. Concise description of sub disciplines or areas of
 focus may be added. Also summarize lab / studio / workshop information as well as any summer practice or internship if any.
 Mission
 Archaeology and Art History, though broad and distinct in character, have been combined in this equally weighted degree program, to offer a
 visual, contextual and scientific analysis and understanding of historical and contemporary artifacts and images from Cyprus and further afield.
 In the archaeological component, introducing real artifacts and projects into the learning environment has a transformative effect on the
 classroom, while the Art History component also utilizes the wealthy cultural environment in which EMU is located, using the art and architecture
 of Cyprus to the full; classical theatres, Gothic cathedrals, Renaissance palaces, and contemporary exhibitions and art projects. In keeping with
 the U.S. curriculum model, throughout the four year undergraduate study period, students focus on a wide range of geographical and historical
 locations, studying the theories and developments of both disciplines up to, and including, the modern period.


 Facilities
 The historical environment of North Cyprus provides extensive practical study opportunities for our students, and research opportunities for the
 faculty. The Department itself is small and can treat students as individuals, identifying particular needs, strengths and goals. The department
 has an archaeological teaching / research laboratory, and students have the opportunity to participate in archaeological digs during the summer
 months. As a growing Department we also have collaborative projects with the Department of Antiquities and Museums. Excavations at Tatlisu
 (Akanthou), which started as a rescue project in 1999, provide students with the opportunity of gaining practical training on fieldwork carried out
 according to high international standards. A new, state of the art, art gallery has recently been opened and the Department is planning to host a
 series of visiting international artists’ exhibitions. Students are required to complete 40 days of fieldwork at approved institutions or projects
 before graduation.

 Eastern Mediterranean University awards scholarships to all academically successful students. In addition, the Department of Archaeology and

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Art History offers the William Dreghorn Travel Scholarship for student travel and research. Art Historians may also apply for the British Institute
of Florence Scholarship which is awarded annually and enables a student to study in Italy. Two scholarships are awarded annually to attend
diving courses where students can obtain PADI open water diving certificates.


Difference we make in Education
At present our archaeologists are conducting several research projects and fieldwork in Turkey and North Cyprus. The Art Historians are also
actively involved in planning art exhibitions internationally and publishing widely within their disciplines. For the students, recent courses have
enabled work with artifacts in the Girne (Kyrenia) Castle Museum, to conduct a survey of the ancient capital of Salamis, and to participate in the
excavation of the Neolithic site of Tatlısu.



The Graduates
Students have been awarded museum internships in Istanbul and Izmir and recent graduates from our department are pursuing Master’s
degrees in Education, Archaeology, Architecture, Gallery and Museum Studies in North Cyprus, Turkey and the United Kingdom.


Job Opportunities
The double academic focus offered by the Department enables graduates to begin careers in a wide variety of areas: archaeologists, museum
curators, art critics, art and antiques consultants, and gallery assistants or curators. Our graduates also have job opportunities in areas such as
cultural tourism and eco–tourism, world heritage projects and organizations, international research organizations and government information
services. The degree also seeks to provide students with a thorough background for further education at graduate level, opening opportunities
for academic teaching and research.




Full Curriculum
Complete the table by listing the sequence of courses, by semester that students in the program will take.
Use the following abbreviations to fill in the course category: UC = University Core; FC = Faculty Core; AC = Area Core; AE = Area Elective; UE
= University Elective



              Ref        Course                                                        Course       Credit
Semester                                             Full Course Title                                                Prerequisites Co-requisites
             Code         Code                                                        Category Lec Lab Tut Tot

    1                 ENGL191        Communication in English-I                       UC          3    0     0    3
    1                 GEED111        General Survey of Knowledge-I                    UC          3    0     0    3
    1                 TURK100/199 Communication in Turkish                            UC          3    0     0    3
    1                 MATH167        Mathematics for Arts and Social Sciences         UC-M        3    0     0    3
                      ARCY111
    1                                Introduction to Archaeology                      UC-AH       3    0     0    3
                      ARTH121
    1                                Introduction to Art                              UC-AH       3    0     0    3

                                     SPIKE-I (Sociocult. Professional, Industr.
    1                 GEED101                                                         UC          0    0     0    0
                                     Knowledge & Experience)
    2                 ENGL192        Communication in English-II                      UC          3    0     0    3
    2                 GEED112        General Survey of Knowledge-II                   UC          3    0     0    3
    2                 COMP101        Computer Literacy                                UC          3    0     0    3
    2                 ARCY112        Archaeological Concepts-I: Methods               AC          3    0     0    3
    2                 ARTH122        Arts Practice                                    AC          3    0     0    3
    2                 ARTH142        Early Christian and Byzantine Art                AC          3    0     0    3
                                     SPIKE-II (Sociocult. Professional, Industr.
    2                 GEED101                                                         UC          0    0     0    0
                                     Knowledge & Experience)
                                     University Elective – Physical /Natural                      3    0     0    3
    3                                                                                 UE-PN
                                     Sciences
                                     University Elective - Social and Behavioral                  3    0     0    3
    3                                                                                 UE-SB
                                     Sciences
    3                 ARCY213        Prehistory                                       AC          3    0     0    3
                      ARCY223                                                                     3    0     0    3
    3                                Ancient Civilizations                            UC-AH

    3                 ARTH243        Renaissance and Baroque                          AC          3    0     0    3
                                     SPIKE-III (Sociocult. Professional, Industr.
    3                 GEED201                                                         UC          0    0     0    0
                                     Knowledge & Experience)
    4                                University Elective - Physics/Natural Sciences   UE-PN       3    0     0    3
    4                                University Elective - Social and Behavioral      UE-SB       3    0     0    3
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                                           Sciences
        4                   ARTH224        Concepts in Art History-I: Methods                AC          3    0    0    3
        4                   ARCY234        Archaeological Concepts-II: Analysis              AC          3    0    0    3
        4                   ARTH244        Romanticism to Modernism                          AC          3    0    0    3
                                           SPIKE-IV (Sociocult. Professional, Industr.
        4                   GEED202                                                          UC          0    0    0    0
                                           Knowledge & Experience)
        5                   ARCY315        Archaeology of South West Asia                    AC          3    0    0    3
        5                   ARTH325        Concepts in Art History-II: Analysis              AC          3    0    0    3
        5                   ARTH345        Modern Art                                        AC          3    0    0    3
        5                                  Area Elective                                     AE          3    0    0    3
        5                                  Area Elective                                     AE          3    0    0    3
                                           SPIKE-V (Sociocult. Professional, Industr.
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                                           Knowledge & Experience)
        6                   ARTH366        Art History and Historiography                    AC          3    0    0    3
        6                   ARTH386        Postmodern to Contemporary                        AC          3    0    0    3
        6                   ARCY336        Archaeology of Cyprus                             AC          3    0    0    3
        6                   ARCY356        Archaeology of Anatolia                           AC          3    0    0    3
        6                                  Area Elective                                     AE          3    0    0    3
                                           SPIKE-VI (Sociocult. Professional, Industr.
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                                           Knowledge & Experience)
                                           Archaeological Concepts-III: Theories in                      3    0    0    3
        7                   ARCH417                                                          AC
                                           Archaeology
        7                                  Area Elective                                     AE          3    0    0    3
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        8                   HIST200/299 History of Turkish Reforms                           UC          3    0    0    2


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1.       ARCH111               Introduction to Archaeology
            This is a survey of the history and methods of archaeology. It is an overall introduction to the history of archaeology and archaeological
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      discoveries. It also deals with the interrelation of archaeology and anthropology, history, classics and art history. An emphasis is laid on
      the most important problems and discoveries in world prehistory. A brief discussion of archaeological methods provides sufficient
      foundation for students to grasp the significance of archaeological discoveries in both the Old and New World. Specific topics and sites will
      be explored through slides and videotape.


     Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                             Prerequisites: None                                   Co-requisites: None
     Abbreviated Title: Introduction to Archaeology Category: Faculty / School Core Course                      Teaching Language: English
     Keywords:
2.   ARTH121               Introduction to Art
      This course aims to provide a general knowledge of art and its developments through the centuries in different parts of the world. Works of
      art are studied in the context of the broader social, political, and intellectual cultures of which they are a part. Through this first journey into
      the world of art history students will develop an ability to evaluate and organize information, visual as well as verbal. This will also enhance
      their facilities of creative imagination, precise observation, clear expression and critical judgement. The course will provide a solid
      foundation for a sophisticated understanding of the theory and practice of artistic production and reception.


     Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                             Prerequisites: None                                   Co-requisites: None
     Abbreviated Title: Introduction to Art               Category: Faculty / School Core Course                Teaching Language: English
     Keywords: Art History
3.   ARCY112               Archaeological Concepts I: Methods
      This course will help students to understand of how archaeologists work – how sites are found, how they are excavated and how the finds
      and data can be understood. Classroom topics include methods of field survey and excavation, stratigraphy, using maps and plans and
      understanding of artifacts. Dating methods and research methods developed by natural sciences such as radiocarbon dating,
      thermoluminescence, archaeomagnetic dating, Neutron Activation analysis and others will be explained together with a critical evaluation
      of their use for archaeological interpretation. The other part of the lecture will be spent in practical work – learning to plan, use of basic
      field equipment, carry out field survey, cleaning of artifacts and visiting archaeological sites. This will be carried out at a variety of places.
      Students are expected to keep a field diary and a portfolio to learn the basic techniques of documentation.


     Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                             Prerequisites: None                                   Co-requisites: None
     Abbreviated Title: Archaeo. Concepts-I:Methods Category: Area Core                                         Teaching Language: English
     Keywords: Archaeology, methods
4.   ARTH122               Arts Practice
      This course aims to introduce students to a ‘hands on’ experience of the materials, techniques and production methods, as well as
      exhibition methods, involved in artistic creativity. From their practical creative experience students will ultimately be better equipped not
      only to have a better understanding of the concepts of art, but also to question and criticize from a more informed theoretical perspective.


     Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                             Prerequisites: None                                   Co-requisites: None
     Abbreviated Title: Arts Practice                     Category: Area Core                                   Teaching Language: English
     Keywords: Art
5.   ARTH142               Early Christian and Byzantine Art
      An introduction to the art, culture and ideas of the Byzantine period, beginning in the reign of Constantine and continuing up to the arrival
      of the Ottomans in Constantinople (in 1453). A primary focus of the course will be the relationship of the visual arts to the changes in
      religious ideas provoked by the rise of Christianity. Accordingly, the course will examine developments in Byzantine architecture, mosaics,
      frescoes and icon production, relating to cultural, political and intellectual changes up to the mid 15th century. Byzantine art will be
      contrasted with parallel developments in Europe, including the development of the Gothic style. Topics that will be examined include: the
      influence of Hellenism, the art of the age of Constantine, the age of Justinian and Hagia Sophia, the art of Ravenna, iconoclasm, Chartres
      and the Gothic, the influence of Byzantine learning on the Renaissance culture, the new technologies of the visual arts in the Byzantine
      world and changes in the nature of taste, warfare and civil society in “new Rome.”


     Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                             Prerequisites: None                                   Co-requisites: None
     Abbreviated Title: Early Christ. & Byzantine Art Category: Area Core                                       Teaching Language: English
     Keywords: Art history
6.   MATH167 Mathhematics for Arts and Social Sciences
      This course is provided by the Department of Mathematics for students in the Arts and Social Sciences. The course will involve a review of
     basic mathematical concepts, sets, real numbers and their properties, operations with real numbers, exponents and radicals, operations
     with algebraic expressions, factorials, summation notation. It will also involve linear and quadratic equations, the rectangular coordinate
     system, linear and quadratic functions, their graphs and applications. In addition, the course will address the following: some basic
     geometric shapes, areas and volumes; collecting data and sampling techniques; picturing data, pie charts, bar charts and histograms;
     average, weighted mean, geometric mean, median and mode; variance and standard deviation. Lastly, some basic probability concepts,
     random variable, probability distribution will be included, as well as normal distribution and its applications, and an introduction to
     hypothesis testing, type I and II errors in decision making.


     Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                             Prerequisites: None                                   Co-requisites: None
     Abbreviated Title: Math for Arts & Soc Sci           Category: University Core - Mathematics               Teaching Language: English
     Keywords: Real numbers, algebraic expressions, rectangular coordinate, geometric shapes, picturing data, mean, variance, probability
     distribution, hypothesis testing.
7.   ARCY213               Prehistory
      The periods for which no written sources exist are subsumed as ‘Prehistory’. In these periods our knowledge is exclusively dependant on

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       archaeological sources, which requires special approaches and interpretations. This course presents a worldwide survey of the evolution
       and the early cultures of mankind. The development from Early Hominids (Lake Turkana, Olduvai) to Homo Erectus and Homo
       Neandertalensis will be explored and basic knowledge about the most important sites (Chou-Kou-Tien, Mount Carmel, Shanidar Cave) will
       be provided. The techniques of stone-tool production used by early men serves as a chronological indicator for archaeologists. The
       students will learn to recognize and date these techniques. The survival strategies and the emergence of art (cave paintings, portable art)
       during the Upper Palaeolithic will be another topic. Focusing on sites in the Near East (Jericho, Cayonu, Chatal Hoyuk and others), the
       reasons for the process of neolithization with all its cultural, economical and social implications will be explored.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                            Prerequisites: None                                 Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Prehistory                       Category: Area Core                                 Teaching Language: English
      Keywords: human evolution
8.    ARCY223               Ancient Civilizations
       Following ARCY 213 this is an introduction to the study of ancient civilizations from the Neolithic onwards. A general framework will be
       provided with examples from different parts of the world but the focus will be on the Mediterranean region and Western Asia. After a brief
       discussion of Neolithic societies the growth of urban centers and the development of new cultural and political concepts in Mesopotamia
       and Egypt will be examined. The evolution leading from cities to city-states, territorial states until the first empires will be discussed and
       the emergence of the far spread trading network of the Bronze Age World will be explained. The developments of the second millennium
       BC will be surveyed, including Assyria, Babylonia, the Hittites as well as Minoans and Mycenaeans. A special focus will be on the contacts
       and relationships between these regions. Throughout the course the emphasis will be on the archaeological evidence and how
       archaeological knowledge is constructed.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                            Prerequisites: None                                 Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Ancient Civilizations            Category: Faculty / School Core Course              Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
9.    ARTH243               Renaissance and Baroque
       The course provides an introduction to the art, culture and ideas of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. The primary focus will be the
       relationship of visual arts (painting, architecture and sculpture) to changes in the scientific, religious and political culture that were
       developing from the late 17th centuries. The course will examine the developments as Europe moved from the Medieval period to that of
       the Quattrocento and will also attempt to problematise and question the strict division between these worldviews that is traditionally
       advanced. Topics will include: the influence and ideas of the Florentine Academy, Marsilio Ficino and Pico della Mirandolla and their
       influence on visual arts; Neoplatonism and the culture of the Renaissance; the beginnings of Western science: Renaissance cosmology
       and the arts; the new aesthetics and the beginnings of laissez faire Capitalism. For the Baroque period the art of Caravaggio, Carraci,
       Bernini, Poussin, Rubens, Velazquez, Rembrant, Christopher Wren, Palladio and others will be examined. The ideas of Bacon, Descartes,
       Leibniz, Copernicus, Bruno, Spinoza, Locke, Hobbes, Luther and Newton will be discussed in the relationship to the art of their times. The
       influence and importance of Reformation and Counter-Reformation and the creation of new institutions such as the Royal Society will be
       examined, as well as the development of Absolute Monarchy in relationship to arts patronage.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                            Prerequisites: None                                 Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Renaissance and Baroque          Category: Area Core                                 Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
10.   ARTH 224 Concepts in Art History I: Methods
       This introductory course will present a broad overview of art production, drawing from various and varied periods and cultures. The course
       structure will be thematic rather than chronological, so that students will appreciate the continuity of themes and concepts within art
       production, as well as the aesthetic and epistemic shifts and breaks found within particular cultures and periods when a broad,
       comparative perspective is adopted. The course will introduce students to basic terminology within the study of art and Art History, and will
       endeavour to gradually expand the students' vocabulary not only of important terms but also of the basic questions that need to be
       addressed for the proper study of art to begin. Such questions will include the relationship of changing cultural values to aesthetic
       production; the effects of political, religious and scientific ideas on the visual arts and the analysis of the structures and institutions that
       support the visual arts.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                            Prerequisites: None                                 Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Conc. In Art Hist. Methods                 Category: Area Core                                 Teaching Language:
      English
      Keywords: Art history, Methods
11.   ARCY234 Archaeological Concepts II: Analysis
       This course will introduce students to the wide variety of analytical methods that have become fundamental to modern archaeology. They
       will learn the basic types of analysis for each type of archaeological data and what kind of questions can be answered by the different
       techniques. The students will learn to perform the basic analysis themselves and also how to understand and assess specialist reports.
       The course will include practical exercises in the analysis of common archaeological materials such as pottery, bone, lithics as well as
       writing reports. They will also be introduced to basic quantitative methods and the creation and use of databases as tools for inventory and
       research.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                            Prerequisites: None                                 Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Archae. Concepts-II:Analysis Category: Area Core                                     Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
12.   ARTH244               Romanticism to Modernism
       Beginning with Neoclassicism and Rococo and ending with Post-Impressionism, this course attempts to show the ways in which artists in
      different fields have challenged the dominant paradigms of technique, perception and rationalization of their cultural moment and how these
      challenges themselves have been absorbed into the discipline of Art History. In particular the course will focus on the ‘Romantic Rebellion’
      across Europe and will examine the contributions of poets, artists, philosophers and statesmen to the development of the ‘Modern’
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      sensibility. In addition to studying the major movements, personalities and documents associated with the 18th and 19th centuries, the Age
      of Enlightenment and the industrial revolution, the course will examine recent theoretical analyses of the period as well as the various
      critical cultural developments of the era.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                            Prerequisites: None                                 Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Romanticism to Modernism         Category: Area Core                                 Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
13.   ARCY315               Archaeology of South West Asia
       This course will survey the archaeology of the Near East from the beginning of the Holocene period to the formation of the Hellenistic
       kingdoms. The geographical area covered stretches from the Mediterranean coast in the west to the central Iranian plateau in the east
       and from the Black sea coast in the north, to the first cataract on the Nile in the south. This is a large and varied region with enormous
       amounts of physical and cultural diversity. Within this huge field the class will focus on several themes including: 1) the development of
       agriculture; 2) the rise of urban centers in Syro-Mesopotamia and the Levant; 3) the creation of state type societies in Mesopotamia and
       Egypt as well as in the Levant; 4) trade and exchange from the Early Neolithic to the ‘Uruk World System’ and the Assyrian trading
       colonies; 5) the commercial and political empires of the Bronze and Iron ages; 6) the histories of technology, science and religious ideas
       that still effect us today.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                            Prerequisites: None                                 Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title:Arheo of South West Asia          Category: Area Core                                 Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
14.   ARTH325 Concepts in Art History II: Analysis
       This course continues the format and aims of the previous course (Concepts in Art I), expanding both terminology and introductory
       concepts in the study of the visual arts. The course will focus on a smaller number of themes than the previous course (these themes will
       be decided upon by the individual lecturer concerned), and thus the student will be encouraged to study these themes in much greater
       detail. Such a close focus will engender a greater awareness of the scholarly necessities attendant upon the study of art and Art History.
       As with the previous course, students will be introduced to a variety of visual material-ranging from palaeolithic drawings to television
       advertising images-and will be introduced to methods of examining and contextualising this visual information according to basic concepts
       in visual and iconographic/semiotic studies.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                      Prerequisites: None            Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Concepts in Art Hist-II: Analysis          Category: Area Core            Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
15.   ARTH345               Modern Art
       A critical study of major movements, personalities, and documents beginning with origins of avant-garde in the late 19th century and
       technical and theoretical developments leading towards abstraction. Discussion of principal movements and individuals including the early
       trends by 1950’s which covers cubism, futurism, Dada and surrealism, abstract expressionism, artists such as Matisse, Picasso,
       Kandinsky, and Mondrian. and the contemporary trends beginning from 1950’s until today which studies the nature and individual creative
       activity and achievements today, issues of patronage and taste, public policy, and differing critical approaches which is studied against the
       background of contemporary culture.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                      Prerequisites: None                       Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Modern Art                                 Category: Area Core                       Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
16.   ARTH366               Art History and Historiography
      This course is an examination of the approaches of art historiography from the Renaissance to contemporary theories. The course will
      explain the original historical arguments, approaches and new methodological techniques, and discuss the contributions of the different
      schools in Early Modern and Modern historiography as well as the trends and debates of the last three decades. The chief purpose of the
      course is to provide students with a foundation for analytical and critical reading of art and art history.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                      Prerequisites: None                       Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Art History and Historiography             Category: Area Core                       Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
17.   ARTH386               Postmodern to Contemporary
      This course examines the art, theory and architecture of the second half of the twentieth century. The course familiarizes students with
      debates concerning the changing nature of art and art consumption during the Cold War years and through to the start of the twenty-first
      century. The nature of the reaction from modernist to post-modernist is evaluated, most notably in the writing of Jean-Francois Lyotard and
      Fredric Jameson, and in the art and architecture of global practitioners from the 1960s through to the present day.


      Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                                 Prerequisites: None            Co-requisites: None
      Abbreviated Title: Postmodern to Contemporary                            Category: Area Core            Teaching Language: English
      Keywords:
18.   ARCY336               Archaeology of Cyprus
      A concentration on the characteristics of Cypriote Archaeology will serve to make students familiar with the special problems and
      possibilities of Island Archaeology. Because of the close contacts of Cyprus to three different continents the students will have to use the
      previously learned knowledge and get the chance to consolidate it. The course will start with the prehistoric ages. Cultural contacts and
      trade routes during the Neolithic will be explained on the examples of sites like Khirokitia and Tatlisu-Ciftlikduzu. During the Early-, Middle-
      and Late Bronze Age Cyprus saw a continuous growing of foreign contacts to various regions. The direction of these contacts and their

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       possible reasons (copper mining, trade, migrations) will be discussed on the basis of recent archaeological and historical evidence.
       Contradictory historical reconstructions will be presented and students will learn to make use of their theoretical knowledge to evaluate and
       criticize the different points of view.


       Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                                 Prerequisites: None            Co-requisites: None
       Abbreviated Title: Archaeology of Cyprus                                 Category: Area Core            Teaching Language: English
       Keywords:
19.    ARCY356               Archaeology of Anatolia
       This course will survey the archaeology of Anatolia from the transition to agriculture during the Neolithic period to the end of the Iron Age. It
       will focus mainly on the developments in Central and Western Anatolia but will include Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia during periods
       when cultural traits and developments differ significantly from Mesopotamia. Subjects covered will include: beginnings of settled life and
       agriculture, chalcolithic villages, the Early Bronze Age, rise of metallurgy, the Assyrian Trade Colonies, formation of the Hittite state and
       empire, breakdown of the Bronze Age “world system”, Neo-Hittites, Urartians and Phrygians.


       Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                                 Prerequisites: None            Co-requisites: None
       Abbreviated Title: Archaeology of Anatolia                               Category: Area Core            Teaching Language: English
       Keywords: Archaeology, Anatolia
20.    ARCY417               Archaeological Concepts III: Theories in Archaeology
       Theory is a necessary and integral part of archeology, whether excavation or interpretation and publication of archaeological material. This
       course provides the students with the necessary theoretical framework for the interpretation of archaeological finds and structures. The
       students will also learn to recognize and evaluate theoretical positions in archeological literature. The history of archaeology from its
       beginnings to the most recent theoretical contributions will be explored. This will help to explain the division in different academic disciplines
       such as Prehistory or Classical Archaeology. The different attitudes of these disciplines to the past will be discussed. The impact of natural
       and social sciences, for example Biology, Geology and Anthropology, will be examined in detail. A major topic will be the explanation and
       critical evaluation of the views of the predominant ‘schools’ of archaeological theory such as ‘Culture History’, ‘Processualism’ and ‘Post-
       Processualism’. During the course readings on relevant subjects will be assigned every week and students are expected to prepare for
       critical discussions.


       Credits: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                      Prerequisites: None                       Co-requisites: None
       Abbreviated Title: Archeo. Conc.-III: Theo & Archeo           Category: Area Core                       Teaching Language: English
       Keywords: Archaeology, theory



COURSE DESCRIPTIONS – II – ALL COMPULSORY COURSES TAUGHT BY OTHER ACADEMIC UNITS


GEED111-112 GENERAL SURVEY OF KNOWLEDGE – I, II
See listing under ‘Department of General Education’


ENGL191 – 192 COMMUNICATYION IN ENGLISH – I, II
See listing under ‘Department of General Education’


GEED101-102 SPIKE I-VI
See listing under ‘Department of General Education’



COMP101 Computer Literacy


Credits: (3, 0) 3     Prerequisites: none           Co-requisites: none
Abbreviated title:    Category UC Course            Teaching Language: English
Keywords:



TURK100/199 Communication in Turkish


Credits: (3, 0) 3     Prerequisites: none           Co-requisites: none
Abbreviated title:    Category UC Course            Teaching Language: Turkish
Keywords:



HIST200/299 History of Turkish Reforms
Credits: (2, 0) 2     Prerequisites: none           Co-requisites: none
Abbreviated title:    Category UC Course            Teaching Language: Turkish
Keywords:



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 Course Descriptions – I - Turkish: All core courses offered by the department of the program
 Ders Tanımları – I – Türkçe: Programı sunan Bölüm tarafından verilen tüm temel dersler


      Ders Kodu: DERSXXX ‘in ders kodu ile değiştirin
      Ders Adı: “Tam Ders Adı” yazısını silip yerine dersin tam adını yazınız.
      Ders İçeriği: “Ders içeriği…” yazısını silip dersin içeriğini yazınız. Çoklu parağraflardan kaçınınız. Ve sonunda bir satır boşluk kalmasını
       sağlayınız.
      Dersin Kredisi: L, L, T ve X harfleri yerine sırasıyla ders, lab, tutorial ve dersin toplam kredilerini karşılık gelecek şekilde yazınız..
      Ön ve yan koşullar: “None” kelimesini siliniz ve XXXXXX yerine dersin ön veya yan koşul dersini yazınız.
      Dersin kategorisi: XXXXXXXX yerine “Üniversite Ana”, “Fakülte / Okul Ana”, “Alan Ana”, “Alan Seçmeli”, veya “Üniversite Seçmeli”
       ibarelerinden birini yazınız.
      Dersin Kısa Adı: Bu bilgi ders çizelgesi (transkript) veya kayıt formlarında kullanılacaktır. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX yerine dersin kısa adını
       yazınız.
      Eğitim Dili: XXXXX yerine dersin eğitim dilini yazınız.
      Anahtar Kelimeler: XXXXXX, XXXXXX yerine dersi tanımlamakta yararlı olacak ve derin adı ile içeriğinde yer almayan kelimeleri yazınız.
 Toplam metin uzunluğu 2000 basamağı geçemez.


1.       ARCY111                  Arkeoloji'ye Giriş
          Bu ders Arkeoloji tarihi ve metotlarına genel bir bakıştır. Arkeoloji ve arkeolojik buluntularla ilgili kapsamlı girişin dışında, arkeoloji'nin
         antropoloji, tarih, klasikler ve sanat tarihi ile olan ilişkisi de ele alınır. Ders özellike önemli tarih öncesi buluntular ve problemler üzerinde
         yoğunlaşır. Arkeoloji metotları ile ilgili özlü tartışma, öğrencilere Eski ve Yeni Dünya’daki bulguların önemini kavramasını sağlayan yeterli
         temeli oluşturur.

         Kredi: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                          Önkoşul: Yok                               Yankoşul: Yok
         Dersin Kısa Adı: Arkeoloji Giriş                                Kategorisi: Alan Ana Dersi                 Eğitim Dili: İngilizce
         Anahtar Kelimeler: Arkeoloji
2.       ARTH121                  Sanata Giriş
         Bu dersin amacı sanat hakkında genel bilgi ve dünyanın farklı bölgelerindeki asırlar boyu süregelen gelişmeleri, sosyal, politik ve
         entelektüel kültürlerin ürettiği sanatsal çalışmaları göstermektir.Sanat tarihi hakkında ilk yolculuğunu yapan öğrenciler bu sayede görsel ve
         sözel yeteneklerini geliştirip değerlendirerek bilgilerini organize ederler. Öğrenciler yaratici yeteneklerini, kesin gözlemlerini, doğru anlatım
         ve kritik yargılama yeteneklerini arttırırlar. Bu ders sanatsal üretim ve algılama konusundaki teorik ve pratik yaklaşımların öğrenciler
         tarafından ileri düzeyde algılanmasını sağlayacak temel bilgileri sunmayı amaçlamaktadır.


         Kredi: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                         Önkoşul: Yok                                Yankoşul: Yok
         Dersin Kısa Adı: Sanat Giriş                                   Kategorisi: Alan Ana Dersi                  Eğitim Dili: İngilizce
         Anahtar Kelimeler: Sanat
3.       ARCY112                  Arkeolojik Kavramlar-I: Metodlar
          Bu ders, öğrencilere arkeologların nasıl çalıştığını, eski yerleşim alanlarının nasıl bulunup kazıldığını, bulguların ve verilerin nasıl
         anlaşılacağını anlatmaya yardımcı olur. Sınıf tartışmaları arazi tektik metodları, kazı, stratigrafi, harita, plan kullanımı ve buluntuları
         yorumlama konularını içerir. Doğal bilimlerden oluşan radyokarbon, termolüminesans ve arkeomanyetik tarihleme gibi tarih saptama, nötron
         aktivasyon ve diğer araştırma metodlarının anlatımı dışında, yine bu metodların arkeolojik yorumlarda kullanımlarının değerlendirmesi de
         yapılacaktır. Dersin diğer kısmı ise planlama, temel arazi aletlerinin kullanımı, arazi tetkiği, buluntuların temizlenmesi ve arkeolojik yerleşim
         alanlarının ziyareti gibi pratik çalışmalara ayrılmıştır. Bu çalışmalar birçok değişik yerde sürdürülecektir. Ögrencilere ayrıca arazi günlüğü ve
         portföy tutmak gibi temel belgeleme tekniklerini öğretmek de amaçlanmaktadır.

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         Anahtar Kelimeler:
4.       ARTH122                  Uygulamalı Sanat Çalışmaları
         Bu dersin amacı öğrencilere sanatsal malzemeler, teknikler ve üretim metodları aracılığı ile uygulama deneyimi kazandırmaktır.Bu pratik
         yaratıcılık deneyimleri sayesinde öğrenciler, kendi bakış açılarında iyi ekipmanlar kullanarak sanat eserlerini teorik olarak değerlendirme ve
         eleştirme fırsatı bulurlar.

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         Anahtar Kelimeler:
5.       ARTH142                  Erken Hristiyan ve Bizans Sanatı

         Derste Konstantin’in tahta çıkışıyla başlayıp İstanbul’un Osmanlılar tarafından 1453’te fethine kadar olan süreyi kapsayan Bizans
         dönemince sanat, kültür ve fikirler anlatılacaktır. Dersin ana odaklarından birini Hristiyanlığın ortaya çıkışıyla beraber değişen dini fikirler ile
         görsel sanatlar arasındaki ilişki oluşturacaktır. Bu doğrultuda ders, Bizans mimarisi, mozaikleri, duvar boyaları ve ikon üretiminde 15nci
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      yüzyılın ortasına kadar gözlenen gelişimleri kültürel siyasi ve entellektüel değişimler ışığında inceleyecektir. Bizans sanatı Avrupa’daki
      gözlemlenen paralel gelişmelerle, Gotik stilin doğuşunu da irdeleyerek, karşılaştırılacaktır. İncelenecek konular arasında: Helenizmin
      etkileri, Konstantin döneminde sanat, Justinianus dönemi ve Haghia Sophia, Ravenna sanatı, ikonoklazm, Chartres ve Gotik, Bizans
      biliminin Rönesans kültürü üzerindeki etkisi, “yeni Roma”da Bizans dünyasındaki yeni görsel sanat teknolojileri ve tercihlerdeki değişim,
      savaş ve sivil toplum.


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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
6.    MATH167                  Sanat ve Sosyal Bilimler için Matematik

      Temel matematiksel kavramların hatırlanması. Kümeler. Reel sayılar ve özellikleri, reel sayılarla işlemler, üstsel sayılar. Sayılarla cebrik
      işlemler, faktöriyel kavramı, elemanların toplamı. Lineer ve kuvadratik denklemler. Kare koordinat sistemi. Lineer ve kuvadratik
      fonksiyonlar, grafikleri, uygulamalar. Bazı temel geometrik şekiller. Basit geometrik şekillerin alan ve hacim hesapları. Veri örnekleme
      teknikleri. Verilerin şekile dönüştürülmesi. Pie grafik, çubuk grfik ve histogram çizimi. Aritmetik ortalama, ağırlıklı ortalama, geometrik
      ortalama, medyan ve mod hesapları. Varians ve standard sapma. Temel olasılık kavramı, rastsal değişkenler, olasılık dağılımları, normal
      dağılım ve uygulamaları. Hipotez testi ve test’de yapılabilecek hatalar.

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      Anahtar Kelimeler: Reel sayılar, cebrik ifadeler, kare koordinat, geometrik şekiller, veri şekillendirme, ortalama, varyans, rastsal dağılımlar,
      hipotez testi.
7.    ARCY213                  Prehistorya
      Hiçbir yazılı kaynağın bulunmadığı dönemler prehistorik dönemler olarak sınıflandırılır. Bu dönemler hakkındaki bilgimiz sadece arkeolojik
      kaynaklara bağlı olup, kendine has yöntemler ve yorumlar gerektirir. Ders, ilk insan kültürlerine ve oluşumlarına genel bir bakış sunar. İlk
      hominidler'den (Turkana gölü, Olduvai) Homo Erectus ve Homo Neandertalensis'e kadar gözlenen gelişimler incelenip, Chou-Kou-Tien
      Karmel Dağı ve Şanidar Mağarası gibi önemli yaşam alanları hakkında temel bilgi verilir. İlk İnsanların taş alet yapımında kullandığı
      teknikler arkeologlar için kronolojik işaret yerine geçer. Öğrenciler bu teknikleri özümseyip, buluntuların hangi tarihe ait olduğunu
      saptayabileceklerdir. Bu derste işlenecek baska bir konu ise Üst Paleolitik döneminde hayatta kalma stratejileri ve sanatın (mağara
      resimleri ve taşınabilir sanat) ortaya çıkışıdır. Tüm kültürel, ekonomik, ve sosyal anlamları da kapsayan Neolitikleşme sürecinin sebepleri,
      özelllikle Jericho, Çayönü ve Çatal Höyük gibi Yakın Doğu yerleşim alanlarında incelenecektir.

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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
8.    ARCY223                  Eski Uygarlıklar
      ARCY 213 dersinin devamı niteliğinde olan bu ders, Neolitik dönem sonrası eski uygarlıkların incelendiği bir giriş dersidir. Dersin genel
      yapısını dünyanın değişik yörelerinden örnekler oluştururken, incelemeler özellikle Akdeniz ve Batı Asya bölgeleri üzerinde yoğunlaşır.
      Neolitik toplumlarla ilgili özlü tartışmaları, Mezopotamya ve Mısır’daki kentleşme gelişimini, yeni kültürel ve politik kavramların oluşumunun
      incelenmesi takip edecektir. Derste şehirlerden şehir-devletlerine ve bölgesel devletlerden ilk imparatorluklara kadar uzanan gelişim
      tartışılıp, Tunç Çağı dünyasında gelişen ticari ağın ortaya çıkışı da incelenecektir. İsadan Önce ikinci binyıllık dönemde, Asur, Babil, Hitit,
      Minos ve Makedonya'daki gelişmeler, özellikle de bu yöreler arasındaki ilişkiler incelenecektir. Arkeolojik bulgular ve arkeolojik bilginin
      oluşumu dersin temel çizgisini oluşturmaktadır.

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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
9.    ARTH243                  Rönesans ve Barok
      Bu ders, Barok ve Rönesans döneminin kültür, fikir ve sanatı konularına birgiriş niteliğindedir. 17.yy'in sonlarında değişen bilimsel, dini ve
      siyasi kültürle görsel sanatlar (resim, mimarlık ve heykeltıraşlık) arasındaki ilişkiye yoğunlaşılacaktır. Avrupa ortaçağ’dan quattrocento’ya
      doğru yol alırken oluşan değişimler incelenecek ve geleneksel olarak bu iki çağ’ın görüşleri arasında var olduğu öne sürülen keskin ayrım
      sorunlaştırılacak ve sorgulanacaktır. Dersin konu olarak içerdiği başlıklar şunlardır: Floransa Akademisinin fikirleri ve etkileri, Marsilio Ficino
      ve Pico della Mirandolla’nın görsel sanat üzerindeki etkileri; Neoplatonism ve Rönesans kültürü; Batı biliminin başlangıcı: Rönesans
      kozmolojisi ve sanatları; Yeni estetikler ve laissez faire kapitalizmin başlangıcı. Barok dönemi için Caravaggio,Carraci, Bernini, Poussin,
      Rubens, Velazquez, Rembrant, Christopher Wren, Palladio ve diğerleri incelenecektir. Bacon, Descartes, Leibniz, Copernicus, Bruno,
      Spinoza, Locke, Hobbes, Luther ve Newton’ın fikirleri ile kendi dönemlerine ait sanat arasındaki ilişki tartışılacaktır. Reformasyon ve karşı-
      Reformasyon’un önemi ve etkilkeri, “Royal Society” gibi yeni kurumların yaratılması ve Mutlak Monarşi’nin gelişiminin sanatın
      desteklenmesi üzerine etkileri araştırılacaktır.


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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
10.   ARTH224                  Sanat Tarihi Kavramları I: Metodlar
      Bu giriş dersi, farklı dönem ve kültürler tarafından ortaya konan sanat üretimine genel bir bakışı amaçlamaktadır. Ders yapısal olarak
      kronolojikten çok tematiktir, bu yüzden öğrenciler sanat eserlerindeki genel düşünce ve temaları, estetik değişimleri ve hataları belirli
      dönem ve kültür çerçevesinde karşılaştırarak değerlendirirler.Ders aynı zamanda öğrencilere sanat tarihinin basit terminolojik terimlerini,
      önemli noktalarını ve sanat tarihi hakkındaki basit soruları sanatsal çalışmaların başlangıcı şeklinde tanıtmaktadır. Bu gibi sanatsal sorular,
      değisen kültür değerleri içerisindeki estetik eserlerin politika, din ve bilimsel fikirler ışığı altındaki etkilerinin analizini içermektedir.

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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
11.   ARCY234                  Arkeolojik Kavramlar II – Analiz
      Bu ders ögrencilere modern arkeolojide temel alınan birçok analiz metodlarını tanıtır. Öğrenciler her tür arkeolojik veride kullanılan temel
      analiz türleri yanında, ne tür soruların değisik tekniklerle nasıl cevaplandığını, temel analizler yapmayı, uzman raporlarını anlama ve
      değerlendirmeyi de öğreneceklerdir. Ders, seramik, kemik, taş aletler gibi bilinen temel arkeolojik materyallerin analizi ve rapor yazma ile
      ilgili pratik çalışmaları da içermektedir. Öğrenciler ayrıca temel nicel metodları kullanma, sayım çizelgesi ve araştırmada kullanılan
      veritabanını tasarlamayı ve kullanmayı da öğreneceklerdir.


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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
12.   ARTH244                  Romantizm'den Modernizm'e
      Bu ders, Neoklasisizm ve Rokokonun başlangıcı ve Post-Empresyonizmin bitişi arasındaki dönem içerisindeki sanat üzerine
      yoğunlaşmaktadır. Sanatçıların kendi dönemleri içerisinde tekniğin, akılcılığın ve algılamanın hakim paradigmalarına meydan okuyuşu ve
      bunun sanat tarihi çalışmaları içerisindeki yeri irdelenecektir. Bu derste Avrupa içerisindeki "Romantik Ayaklanma"ya yoğunlaşılacak,
      şairlerin, sanatçıların, filozofların ve devlet adamlarının "Modern" duyarlılığın gelişmesinde katkıları tartışılacaktır. Buna ek olarak 18. ve
      19. yüzyıl, Aydınlanma Çağı ve endüstri devrimiyle ilgili önemli belgeler, hareketler ve kişiler tartışılacak, dönem ile ilgili teorik analizleri ve
      dönemin önemli kültürel gelişmeleri değerlendirilecektir.

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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
13.   ARCY315                  Güneybatı Asya Arkeolojisi
      Bu ders Holosen dönemden başlayarak Helenistik krallıkların oluşumuna kadar olan dönem içerisinde Güneybatı Asya arkeolojisini
      inceleyecektir. Bu coğrafi bölge Batı’da Akdeniz sahilinden, Doğu’da Orta İran Platosuna, oradan da Karadeniz sahilinin kuzeyinden Nil'in
      Güneyindeki birinci şelaleye kadar uzanır. Bu bölge hem fiziksel hem de kültürel açıdan birçok çesitli zenginlikleri barındıran geniş bir
      bölgedir. Bu bölgeyi incelerken dersin odaklandığı temalar şunlardır: 1)Tarımın gelişimi; 2) Suriye-Mezopotamya ve Akdeniz’de şehir
      merkezlerinin ortaya çıkışı; 3) Mezopotamya, Mısır ve Akdeniz bölgesinde şehir devletlerinin oluşumu; 4) İlk Neolitik dönem, 'Uruk Dünya
      Sistemi' ve Asur Ticaret Kolonilerinde ticaret; 5) Tunç ve Demir Çağlarının Ticari ve Siyasi Krallıkları; 6) Etkileri günümüze kadar uzanan
      teknoloji bilim ve dinsel düşüncelerin tarihi.

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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
14.   ARTH325                  Sanat Tarihi Kavramları II: Analiz
      Ders, bir önceki genel kavram dersinden daha az sayıda temaya yoğunlaşmaktadır (bu temalar dersin öğretmeni tarafından önceden
      belirlenir) Böylece öğrenci temaları daha ayrıntılı olarak irdelemeye teşvik edilir. Bu gibi detaylı yaklaşımlar, öğrencilerin sanat ve sanat
      tarihi çalışmalarındaki bilimsel gereksinimlerin farkında olmalarını sağlayacaktır. Derste öğrenciler, yontma taş devri resimlerinden
      televizyon reklam izlenimlerine kadar değişik görsel malzemeyle tanışacaklar ve bu görsel bilgiyi ikonografik/semiotik çalışmalardaki temel
      kavramlara göre incelemeye fırsat bulacaklardır.

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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
15.   ARTH345                  Modern Sanat
      Bu ders 19. yüzyılın sonlarında avant-garde’ın kökenleriyle başlayıp soyutlaşmaya giden teknik ve teorik gelişmelere kadar ana akımlar,
      kişiler ve belgelerin eleştirel sunumunu içermektedir. 1950lere kadar süren ana akımlar ve kişiler: kübizm, fütürizm, Dada ve
      gerçeküstücülük, soyut dışavurumculuk; Matisse, Picasso, Kandinsky ve Monrian’ı kapsamaktadır. 1950lerden başlayıp günümüze kadar
      uzanan dönem için ise günümüzdeki kişisel yaratımcı faaliyeterin doğası ve başarıları, sanat desteği, kamu politikaları ve günümüz kültürü
      çerçevesinde faklılaşan eleştirel yaklaşımlar tartışılacaktır.


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      Anahtar Kelimeler:
16.   ARTH366                  Sanat Tarihi ve Historiografi
      Bu ders sanat Rönesans’tan başlayarak günümüze kadar sanat historiografisine teorik yaklaşımları irdelemektedir. Ders orjinal tarihi
      tartışmaları, yaklaşımları ve yeni metodolojik teknikleri açıklayacak ve Erken Modern ve Modern zamanlardaki farklı ekollerin historiografiye
      katkısııyla beraber son üç onyıldır ortaya konan eğilimler ve tartışmalara yer verecektir. Dersin ana amacı öğrencilere sanata ve sanat
      tarihine analitik ve eleştirel yaklaşmayı sağlayacak temelin verilmesidir.


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      Dersin Kısa Adı: Sanat Tarihi ve Historiografi                  Kategorisi: Alan Ana Dersi                 Eğitim Dili: İngilizce
      Anahtar Kelimeler: Historiografi, Sanat tarihi
17.   ARTH386                  Postmodernizm’den Günümüz Sanatına
      Bu ders yirminci yüzyılın ikinci yarısında sanat, teori ve mimariyi incelemektedir. Ders öğrenciye Soğuk Savaş yıllarından yirmibirinci
      yüzyılın başlarına kadar sanatın değişen doğası ve sanat tüketimi konularında bilgi verir. Modernizm ve post-modernizm’in tepkileri
      özellikle Jean-François Lyotard ve Fredric Jameson’un yazıları değerlendirilerek küresel pratisyenlerin 1960’lardan günümüze kadar
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      uzanan sanat ve mimarisi hakkında bilgiler verilecektir.


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18.   ARCY336                  Kıbrıs Arkeolojisi

      Kıbrıs arkeolojisinin karakteristik özelliklerinin incelenmesi, öğrencilerin “Ada Arkeolojisi”nin bazı problemleri ve olasılıkları hakkında bilgi
      edinmelerini sağlayacaktır. Kıbrıs`ın üç ayrı anakarayla olan bağlantısı öğrencilerin geçmiş bilgilerini kullanmalarına ve onları yeni
      öğrendikleri bilgilerle birleştirmelerine yardımcı olacaktır. Ders, Kıbrısın prehistorik dönemlerinin incelenmesiyle başlayacak, Neolitik
      dönemde kültürel bağlar ve ticaret yolları Khirokitia veya Tatlisu-Çiflikdüzü gibi örnek sit alanlarının incelenmesiyle açıklanacaktır. Erken,
      Orta, ve Geç Tunç çağlarında Kıbrıs etrafındaki farklı bölgelerle devamlı ve gelişen bir iletişim halindeydi. Bu bağlantıların yönü ve olası
      bazı sebepleri (bakır madenciliği, ticaret ve göç gibi) buluntular ışığında tartışılacaktır. Bir biriyle çelişen tarihi açıklamalar öğrencilerle
      tartışılacak ve öğrendikleri teorik bilgiler ışığında bunlara eleştirel yaklaşabilmeleri sağlanacaktır. Enkomi, Tomba tou Skourou, Hala
      Sultan Tekke gibi diğer sit alanları örnek olarak incelenecektir. Demir Çağı’ndan Klasik döneme kadar Kıbrıs tarihi, Salamis örneğiyle
      ışığında incelenecektir. Ayrıca bu ders birçok sit alanına ve anıtsal esere yapılacak gezileri içermektedir.


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19.   ARCY356                  Anadolu Arkeolojisi

      Bu ders tarıma geçiş dönemi olan Neolitik Çağ’dan Demir Çağı sonuna kadar olan dönem içerisinde Anadolu arkeolojisini kapsamaktadır.
      Dersin odak bölgesini Orta ve Batı Anadolu oluştursa da, özellikle Mezopotamya’daki kültürel gelişimden ayrılan veya farklılaşan dönemler
      için Doğu ve Güneydoğu Anadolu da dersin ilgi alanına girmektedir. İşlenecek olan konular içerisinde yerleşik hayata geçiş ve tarım
      toplumunun ortaya çıkışı, Kalkolitik yerleşimler, madenciliğin başlangıcı ve gelişimi, Asur Ticaret Kolonileri, Hitit devleti ve imparatorluğunun
      oluşumu, Tunç Çağı “dünya sistemi”nin çöküşü, Yeni Hitit devletleri, Urartu ve Frig devletleri yer almaktadır.


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      Dersin Kısa Adı: Anadolu Arkeolojisi                             Kategorisi Alan Ana Dersi                   Eğitim Dili: İngilizce
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20.   ARCY417                  Arkeolojik Kavramlar III – Arkeolojide Teorik Yaklaşımlar
      Gerek kazı gerekse arkeolojik yorum ve yayın olsun, teorik yaklaşımlar arkeoloji için önemli ve tamamlayıcı bir parçadır. Bu ders,
      öğrencilerin arkeolojik teorileri öğrenmesine ve bunları kullanarak mevcut çalışmaların yorumlanmasına yardımcı olacaktır. Arkeolojinin
      başlangıcından bu güne kadar geliştirilen teoriler incelenecektir. Prehistorya ve klasik arkeolojinin farklı arkeolojiye farklı yaklaşımları
      tartışılacaktır. Biyoloji, jeoloji ve antropoloji gibi doğal bilimlerin arkeolojiye katkıları detaylı olarak incelenecektir. “Processualism”, “post-
      processualism” ve kültür tarihi gibi teorileri üreten ekollerin incelenmesi, eleştirilmesi ve açıklanması bir başka ana konu olacaktır.
      Öğrencilerin okuması gereken makaleler her hafta ayrıca verilecek ve öğrencilerden her hafta bir eleştiri yazması istenecektir.

      Kredi: ( 3 / 0 / 0 ) 3                                           Önkoşul: Yok                                Yankoşul: Yok
      Dersin Kısa Adı: Arkeo Kavr-III:Arkeo Teo Yak                               Kategorisi: Alan Ana Dersi                  Eğitim Dili: İngilizce
      Anahtar Kelimeler: Arkeoloji, Teori



Part IV. Consultations
 Other academic units (academic owners) affected by this revision
 Approval (i.e., initials) of the listed academic unit heads which somehow are affected by the proposed changes is necessary. Please exclude area
 or University elective courses. Add additional rows if necessary.


                                                                                                                                              Approval
              Academic Unit                 Courses to be taught by this academic unit         Total Number        Total Credits
                                                                                                                                         (Date and initials)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
                                                                                      Total:


 GE Department
 Consult and get approval about the compliance of the proposed changes to the existing GE policy.
Recommendations and other remarks:




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GE Department Head (Name)                                                Date                            Signature



 Rector’s Office: Vice Rector for Student Affairs
 Consult and get approval for compliance of the proposed changes with the existing student recruitment policies IF THE TITLE OR DIPLOMA
 DEGREE OF THE PROGRAM HAS BEEN CHANGED.
Recommendations and other remarks:




Vice Rector (Name)                                                       Date                            Signature



 Rector’s Office: Budget and Planning Office
 Consult and get approval for the compliance of the proposed changes with the existing budget and planning policies IF ADDITIONAL HUMAN OR
 PHYSICAL RESOURCES are needed.
Recommendations and other remarks:




Name and Duty                                                            Date                            Signature



Part IX. Approval of the Department Board

 Founding Department
                         Assist.Prof.Dr. MUGE SEVKETOGLU               Signature                              Date        11.05.05
 Chair, Title and Name

 Founding Board                                                        Meeting                                Decision
                         10.05.05                                                   05.04                                 01
 Meeting Date                                                          Number                                 Number




Part X. Approval of the Faculty/School Board

                                                                       Meeting                                Decision
 Board Meeting Date
                                                                       Number                                 Number

 Dean/Director
                                                                       Signature                              Date
 Title and Name


Part XI. Approval of Senate

                                                                       Meeting                                Decision
 Senate Meeting Date
                                                                       Number                                 Number

 Rector
                                                                       Signature                              Date
 Title and Name




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Part XII. Evaluation of University Curriculum Committee



Program Title:                   Department of Art History and Archeology                                  Date Recieved:

 Preliminary                                          Subcommittee                                         UCC Evaluation
                                                                                  14/06/05                                            17. 06. 2005
 Evaluation Date:                                     Evaluation Date:                                     Date:


GE Checklist
COURSE REQUIREMENTS
 Category                                        Notation           Suggested         Proposed     Remarks
 A- University Courses
                                                                                                   All University Courses (University Core or University
                                          UX or UX-YYY                 21                21        Elective) including SPIKE
                                                                                                   *1 more needed
   Overall
                                          X= C (core) or
                                                                       15                15        Excluding SPIKE
                                               E (Elective)
                                                                       13                13        Excluding SPIKE, Turkish and History
                                                                                                   6 Spike + 2 English + 1 Turkish + 1 History + 2
   University Core Courses                UC                           13                13
                                                                                                   Critical thinking+ 1 Computer
                                                                        7                 7        Without SPIKE
   University Elective      Courses       UE or UE-YYY                Min 3               3        See the next row

   Additional Requirements:
   University courses in:
      1.     Math and Physical/           UX-M or UX-PN or
                                                                      Min 3               3        UX-M + UX-PN + UX-MPN = 3
             Natural & Sciences           UX-MPN
             Mathematics                  UX-M                        Min 1               1
             Physical/Nat. Sci            UX-PN                       Min 1               2
      2.     Arts and Humanities          UX-AH                      2 or 3 +             3        “+” means that it may be more than 3 if the condition
                                                                                                   in the next row is satisfied
      3.     Social/ Behavioral
                                          UX-SB                      2 or 3 +             2        *1 more needed
             Sciences
             TOTAL in AH and SB                                       Min 5               5        UX-AH + UX-SB = 5
             TOTAL in these 3                                                                      UX-M+UX-PN + UX-MPN + UX-AH + UX-SB + UE =
                                          UX-YYY + UE                 Min 8               8
             categories                                                                            8
             ELECTIVES that can
             be choosen from              UE or UE-YYY                Min 3               3        UE + UE-YYY = 3
             these 3 categories
 B - Faculty Core Courses                 FC                          Min 5               0
 C - Area Core Courses                    AC                        12 to16+             16        AC+AE=20
                                                                                                   The number of AC and AE courses may vary in such
 D - Area Elective Courses                AE                          4 +/-              12        a way that their sum is 20


CREDIT REQUIREMENTS
 Requirement                               Suggested          Proposed          Remark
 Min credits                                    120             123             Without SPIKE, History, Turkish
 Max credits                                    145                             Without SPIKE, History, Turkish


COURSE LOAD REQUIREMENTS (Assuming all courses are 3 credits or more)
 Requirement                               Suggested          Proposed          Remark
 Total number of courses                  Max 40              41                Without SPIKE, Turkish and History
 Courses per semester                     Max 5               5-6               Excluding SPIKE, Turkish and History




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Review item                                                       OK   Remarks / Recommendations

 Submission:

      Format in general (completeness of the forms)
      (Latest version of the most proper form; No blank           √    Comparative statistics section in Part III incomplete.
      spaces left etc...)

      Deadlines
      (Initiation: no later than 2 semesters; Senate
      Approval: no later than 3 months before
      implementation semester)

      Board Approvals
                                                                   √   Complete.
      (Department Board, Faculty/School Board)

      Consultations
      (Other academic units affected by the changes; GE
      Department Head; Vice Rector for Academic Affairs if
                                                                   √
      the title or diploma degree has been changed; Vice
      Rector for budget and financing if additional resources
      required)

 Curriculum:

      Compliance with the core curriculum policy
      (The category of courses should be specified
      properly; 6 SPIKE, 1 History, 1 Turkish, 2 English, 2
      Critical Thinking Skills, 1 Computer Literacy, total of 8
      courses from Math and social sciences (at least 3 in
      this category one of wich is Math, the other                     No FC courses (non-consensus in Faculty).
      Physical/Natural Sciences), 2-3 from Arts and
                                                                   X   AE course title and codes should be removed.
      Humanities, 2 or 3 from Social/Behavioral Sciences;
      At least 3 University Electives from these three                 AC+AE = 28 (20 recommended).
      categories containing 8 courses; More or all of these
      8 courses can be left as a University elective course;
      at least 5 Faculty Core Courses; 12-16 Area Core
      Courses; at least 4 or more Area Elective Courses; A
      total of 20 Area Core and Area Elective courses)

      Coherence and relevance of justifications in general
      (The departments should explain, in detail, why the
      Department / School wants to make these changes.
      The explanation can include, among other things,
      changes in the department’s focus, changes in the
      field, changes in quality standards, changes in
                                                                   √
      expectations regarding the qualifications of graduates,
      or weaknesses in the old program that the new
      program is designed to rectify. Some historical
      background and a comparative analysis with the
      programs of some universities will be most
      appropriate.)

      Appropriateness of course coding                                 Remove spaces between letters and numbers in course
      (4 letter field code; 3 letter numeric code; no space;           codes.
                                                                   √
      no sub discipline based field codes; odd third digits for        Course code categories should be amended in Full
      fall semesters)                                                  Curriculum section where necessary.

      Format and length of course titles and descriptions
      (60 characters; hyphenated use of roman numerals (“-             Hyphens should be used in -I , -II course titles.
      I”, “-II” etc.) in sequential courses; limited number of     √
      sequential courses; Concise and clear language; 30               Some Transcript/Abbrv. Titles are too long.
      character transcript title)

      Course contents
      (Max. 2000 characters; concise and clear language;           √
      no overlap with similar courses)


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      Calculation of the credits of the individual courses and
      the total credit of the program
                                                                      √
      (Credit = Lec + ½ (lab+tut), the digits after the decimal
      point of the resultant number is dropped)

      Consistency of the use of credits in different sections
                                                                      √
      of the form

      Compliance of the course credit descriptions with
      policies
      (mainly 3 credit courses; seminar and professional              √
      orientation courses are 1 credit, SPIKE is 0 credit,
      HIST 200 is 2 credit)

      Total credit or student work load appropriateness
      (Total of 40 3-4 credit courses excluding SPIKE,                √
      Turkish and History, 120-145 total credits)

      Reasonable distribution of courses among semesters
      (Five 3-4 credit courses per semester excluding                 √
      SPIKE, Turkish and History)

      Reasonable prerequisites and co-requisites
      (Very limited number of courses should be assigned
                                                                      √
      as “prerequisite” or “co requisite”. Prerequisites
      should be limited to sequential courses if possible)

      Appropriateness of academic ownership of the
      courses
      (The courses should be offered by a department                  √
      which hosts the field of the course. For example, Math
      courses by Math department)

      Justifiable minimum overlap among similar courses
      (A course can not be opened in the presence of an
      existing course with similar content. Vocational school
      courses are exceptional)

Accreditation:

      Compliance with the requirements of YÖK

      Compliance with the requirements of ABET or any
      other accreditation body if applicable

Implementation:

      Sufficiency of human resources                                  √     See relevant sections of form.

      Sufficiency of physical resources                               √                -ditto-

      Justified budget and financing                                  √                -ditto-

      Proper initiation semester                                      √

                                                                            Implementation section incomplete (highly recommended for
      Existence of the implementation guide                          X
                                                                            internal use).

Additional Remarks:

Faculty Core cources are missing due to the absence of concensus within the faculty . UCC strongly recommends that a serious attempt is made
to accommadate at least some faculty core courses as soon as possible. UCC also strongly recommends that the Senate address this issue.

Overall:




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       Recommend without                       Recommend with minor corrections/recommendations                              Not recommended
       reservation                             indicated above



                                                                                        Report-Decision No:    4

Chairperson
                                  Assoc. Prof. Dr. Osman YILMAZ               Date           22. 07. 2005      Signature
Title and Name
The UCC evaluation report provided above has been prepared prior to the Senate discussion session. The proposal has been revised by the
academic unit owning the proposal in accordance with the UCC report and the discussions / decisions in Senate Meeting. The revised copy has been
controlled by the UCC representative member of the faculty and finally by the UCC chairperson to correct the technical mistakes especially in the full
curriculum and the catalog information sections. The chairperson feels that all parties did their best to conform the requirements of the policies, and
having a final version of the proposal which is error free. However, several factors, especially the time constraints may have resulted in inevitable
errors and inconsistencies that may need to be corrected in future.
O.Y.




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