Bolu Abant İzzet Baysal Üniversitesi AKTS Bilgi Kataloğu

General Description



International Relations Ph.D.


History


It was allowed from YOK (The Council of Higher Education) for opening of the PhD Program for International Relations in 23.02.2010. It was began to take students in 2010-2011 academic year.


Qualification Awarded


International Relations Doctor of Science.


Specific Admission Requirements


To be graduated from high license. Candidates have to completed Bachelor's or master's degree in International Relations Department or the Department of Political Science and International Relations. Canditates have to take 55 ALES points. Canditates have to take at least 55 points from UDS or an equivalent examination.


Specific Arrangements For Recognition Of Prior Learning (Formal, Non-Formal and Informal)


To be graduated from high license. Candidates have to completed Bachelor's or master's degree in International Relations Department or the Department of Political Science and International Relations.


Qualification Requirements and Regulations


Canditates have to take 55 ALES points. Canditates have to take at least 55 points from UDS or an equivalent examination.


Profile of The Programme


The vision of the PhD programme to students as well as gaining to the intellectual depth, to teach to ask question and critical thinking, to be open to alternative points of view and work as a team. For this purpose, the programme supports knowledge of interdisciplinary.


Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples


Graduates of the department can find in public and private sectors a very wide range of career opportunities at home and abroad. Also, they can make a career in various facilities at the United Nations and the European Union, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, universities, media and private companies.


Access to Further Studies


It can began to the assistant professory studies in accordance with the criteria set by University Council.


Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading


Final course grade will be given to students; midterm exams, final exam and/or final evaluation of project work and a term taking into consideration the continuation of work and lessons are given by the instructor. It can be given any make-up exam to students who has some reason justified by the current Head of Department of the Institute.


Graduation Requirements


Each students have to take 12 obligatory credits, 10 elective credits, so totally 22 credits and a seminar course for graduation. the Students who completed the courses qualify to enter the proficiency examination.. Student's weighted grade average should be 75 out of 100 for entry to proficiency examination. Proficiency exam consists of a written and an oral exam. Students taking at least 75 out of 100 in written examination, qalify to enter to oral exam. Students who pass the oral examination successfully pass the stage of preparing his doctoral thesis. Students have right of entrance written and oral examinations in two times. The thesis advisor must be assigned at least until the beginning of the third semester. Time to complete the PhD program in eight semesters. Students who completed credit courses successfully, passed the proficiency exam and has been accepted the the thesis proposal must complete thesis as maximum eight semesters. Students to complete the thesis about Students who didn't complete thesis are given time according to proposal of Department of the Institute and approval of the Executive Council to defense thesis against juries. This time consist of as maximum four semester on condition that each time of not more than two semesters.


Mode of Study (Full-Time, Part-Time, E-Learning )


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Address, Programme Director or Equivalent


14280, Bolu, Turkey http://www.iibf.ibu.edu.tr/ Program Chairman: Prof. Dr. Kamer Kasım ECTS / DS Coordinator: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ali Yaman ECTS / DS Coordinator: Assoc.Prof. Dr. Rasim Ozgur DÖNMEZ


Facilities


The material facilities of the department involves academic personel offices, projector, overhead projector, equipped classrooms for common in use, computer labs, canteens for both academic staffs and students. The department also possess a library of books available in the basic field.

Key Learning Outcomes

Knowledge


To have a profound knowledge of modern international relations viewpoints.

Gain a deep knowledge of aspects of modern international relations.

Develop competence in identifying and evaluating numerous forms of evidence on public events.

Identification and evaluation of public events at a sufficient level.

To have greater competence in written and oral communication.

Acquire greater competence in written and oral communication.

Gain an understanding of complex theories of, as well as actors and institutions in international relations, and means of evaluating their performance and outcomes.

In International relations, to acquire a means to evaluate complex phenomena such as actors and institutions and their performance and consequences.

to obtain analytical skills for a large number of appropriate professional activities.

Acquire analytical skills appropriate to a wide range of professional activities as well as a career in university.

In addition, students completing the PhD programme will have made a distinct contribution to the knowledge of the subject including evidence of originality.

In addition, students completing the doctoral program will have a clear literary contribution to the study, including the original justification.

Skills


To be able to inform related people and institutions about international relations issues; to be able to pass on suggestions for solutions to problems in writing and orally by supporting both qualititative and quantitative data

It develops a unique and critical point of views from the global, political, social, economic and legal perspectives

Competences


Students take responsibility individually or as a team member in complex situations that are encountered and unpredictable in the field.

Taking responsibility for the transformation of knowledge and skills into high-impact / approach / technology / value-added social / cultural / economic value by assessing the risks and opportunities associated with the personal, professional and / or workplace; develop entrepreneurial competence as an individual or team member.

To gain the ability to follow lifelong learning and developments in the field

He / she evaluates advanced knowledge and skills in his field with a critical approach.

To be able to observe the information in the field of International Relations and scientific resources using English language.

To have the knowledge of computer software and hardware at the level required by the field of International Relations, to be able to use information and communication technologies.

Students carry out activities related to their field in accordance with the consciousness given to the protection of universality of social rights, socila justice, quality culture and protection of cultural values and environmental protection, occupational health and safety.

Students have an international communication ability between different cultures and societies; think locally and act globally.

Having the ability to collect social, scientific and ethical values in the course of collecting, interpreting and announcing data related to social and political developments.



1. To be able to inform related people and institutions about international relations issues; to be able to pass on suggestions for solutions to problems in writing and orally by supporting both qualititative and quantitative data

2. It develops a unique and critical point of views from the global, political, social, economic and legal perspectives

3. Students take responsibility individually or as a team member in complex situations that are encountered and unpredictable in the field.

4. Taking responsibility for the transformation of knowledge and skills into high-impact / approach / technology / value-added social / cultural / economic value by assessing the risks and opportunities associated with the personal, professional and / or workplace; develop entrepreneurial competence as an individual or team member.

5. To gain the ability to follow lifelong learning and developments in the field

6. He / she evaluates advanced knowledge and skills in his field with a critical approach.

7. To be able to observe the information in the field of International Relations and scientific resources using English language.

8. To have the knowledge of computer software and hardware at the level required by the field of International Relations, to be able to use information and communication technologies.

9. Students carry out activities related to their field in accordance with the consciousness given to the protection of universality of social rights, socila justice, quality culture and protection of cultural values and environmental protection, occupational health and safety.

10. Students have an international communication ability between different cultures and societies; think locally and act globally.

11. Having the ability to collect social, scientific and ethical values in the course of collecting, interpreting and announcing data related to social and political developments.

12. To have a profound knowledge of modern international relations viewpoints.

13. Gain a deep knowledge of aspects of modern international relations.

14. Develop competence in identifying and evaluating numerous forms of evidence on public events.

15. Identification and evaluation of public events at a sufficient level.

16. To have greater competence in written and oral communication.

17. Acquire greater competence in written and oral communication.

18. Gain an understanding of complex theories of, as well as actors and institutions in international relations, and means of evaluating their performance and outcomes.

19. In International relations, to acquire a means to evaluate complex phenomena such as actors and institutions and their performance and consequences.

20. to obtain analytical skills for a large number of appropriate professional activities.

21. Acquire analytical skills appropriate to a wide range of professional activities as well as a career in university.

22. In addition, students completing the PhD programme will have made a distinct contribution to the knowledge of the subject including evidence of originality.

23. In addition, students completing the doctoral program will have a clear literary contribution to the study, including the original justification.


Knowledge Skills COMPETENCE
Competence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility Learning Competence Communication and Social Competence Field Specific Competence
To have a profound knowledge of modern international relations viewpoints. 1
Gain a deep knowledge of aspects of modern international relations.
Develop competence in identifying and evaluating numerous forms of evidence on public events.
Identification and evaluation of public events at a sufficient level.
To have greater competence in written and oral communication. 1
Acquire greater competence in written and oral communication.
Gain an understanding of complex theories of, as well as actors and institutions in international relations, and means of evaluating their performance and outcomes.
In International relations, to acquire a means to evaluate complex phenomena such as actors and institutions and their performance and consequences.
to obtain analytical skills for a large number of appropriate professional activities. 1
Acquire analytical skills appropriate to a wide range of professional activities as well as a career in university.
In addition, students completing the PhD programme will have made a distinct contribution to the knowledge of the subject including evidence of originality.
In addition, students completing the doctoral program will have a clear literary contribution to the study, including the original justification.
To be able to inform related people and institutions about international relations issues; to be able to pass on suggestions for solutions to problems in writing and orally by supporting both qualititative and quantitative data
It develops a unique and critical point of views from the global, political, social, economic and legal perspectives
Students take responsibility individually or as a team member in complex situations that are encountered and unpredictable in the field. 1 1
Taking responsibility for the transformation of knowledge and skills into high-impact / approach / technology / value-added social / cultural / economic value by assessing the risks and opportunities associated with the personal, professional and / or workplace; develop entrepreneurial competence as an individual or team member.
To gain the ability to follow lifelong learning and developments in the field
He / she evaluates advanced knowledge and skills in his field with a critical approach.
To be able to observe the information in the field of International Relations and scientific resources using English language. 1
To have the knowledge of computer software and hardware at the level required by the field of International Relations, to be able to use information and communication technologies.
Students carry out activities related to their field in accordance with the consciousness given to the protection of universality of social rights, socila justice, quality culture and protection of cultural values and environmental protection, occupational health and safety.
Students have an international communication ability between different cultures and societies; think locally and act globally.
Having the ability to collect social, scientific and ethical values in the course of collecting, interpreting and announcing data related to social and political developments.

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

Course Code Course Name Course Type T P L ECTS
631401026012000Scientific Research Methods ICompulsory3006.00
631401026032000International Relations and Political TheoryCompulsory3006.00
631401026912000Elective IElective2006.00
Total:18
Course Code Course Name Course Type T P L ECTS
631401026022000Scientific Research Methods IICompulsory3006.00
631401026042000Theories of International RelationsCompulsory3006.00
631401026062016SeminarCompulsory0206.00
631401026922000Elective IIElective2006.00
Total:24
Ders Kodu Ders Adı Ders Türü T U L AKTS
631401026422000ProficiencyCompulsory00030.00
Total:30
Ders Kodu Ders Adı Ders Türü T U L AKTS
631401026412011Specialization CourseCompulsory50024.00
631401026432011Thesis Study / Dissertation StudyCompulsory0106.00
Total:30
Ders Kodu Ders Adı Ders Türü T U L AKTS
631401026412014Specialization CourseCompulsory50024.00
631401026422014Thesis Study / Dissertation StudyCompulsory0106.00
Total:30
Ders Kodu Ders Adı Ders Türü T U L AKTS
631401026412014Specialization CourseCompulsory50024.00
631401026422014Thesis Study / Dissertation StudyCompulsory0106.00
Total:30
Course Code Course Name Course Type T P L ECTS
Course Code Course Name Course Type Semester Elective Group T P L ECTS
631401026212000Great Powers’ Middle East PoliciesElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026232000Humanitarian LawElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026252000Social and Political Conflict DynamicsElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026272000Turkey in the World SystemElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026292000Persian Gulf in the World SystemElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026312000Armenian IssueElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026332000EU Integration and DemocracyElective1Seçmeli I3006.00
631401026352000Turkish-US Relations in the Post-Cold WarElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026372000Eurasian Security PolicyElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026392000Political Economy of the US Foreign PolicyElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026222000Iraq in the World SystemElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026242000New Partners and Fields in Turkish Foreign PolicyElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026262000Foreign Policy and Non-State ActorsElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026282000Politics and Economy in Central AsiaElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026302000Decision-making Process in the US Foreign PolicyElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026322000Security and Cross-Border IssuesElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026342000Social Opposition Movements in the Middle EastElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026362000International Politics and CinemaElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026382000Chinese Foreign PolicyElective1Seçmeli I2005.00
631401026212000Great Powers’ Middle East PoliciesElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026232000Humanitarian LawElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026252000Social and Political Conflict DynamicsElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026272000Turkey in the World SystemElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026292000Persian Gulf in the World SystemElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026312000Armenian IssueElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026332000EU Integration and DemocracyElective2Seçmeli II3006.00
631401026352000Turkish-US Relations in the Post-Cold WarElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026372000Eurasian Security PolicyElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026392000Political Economy of the US Foreign PolicyElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026222000Iraq in the World SystemElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026242000New Partners and Fields in Turkish Foreign PolicyElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026262000Foreign Policy and Non-State ActorsElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026282000Politics and Economy in Central AsiaElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026302000Decision-making Process in the US Foreign PolicyElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026322000Security and Cross-Border IssuesElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026342000Social Opposition Movements in the Middle EastElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026362000International Politics and CinemaElective2Seçmeli II2005.00
631401026382000Chinese Foreign PolicyElective2Seçmeli II2005.00

Erasmus Courses

Course Code Course Name Type Semester T A L ECTS
631401026032000International Relations and Political TheoryCompulsory13006.00
631401026042000Theories of International RelationsCompulsory23006.00

Bolu Abant İzzet Baysal University ECTS Information Catalogue