Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

Program Outcomes
Code Course Type L1L2L3L4L5F1F2F3P1P2P3P4P5
AL 102University Courses
CIP 101University Courses
CIP 101NUniversity Courses
ECON 201Required Courses4455454445555
ECON 202Required Courses4444255455555
ECON 204Required Courses2325255255552
ECON 301Required Courses3434155544454
ECON 310Core Elective Courses5434155545543
ECON 312Area Elective Courses
ECON 320Core Elective Courses4343353325545
ECON 321Area Courses54454455
ECON 322Area Courses44333554
ECON 323Area Elective Courses
ECON 330Core Elective Courses2255455544555
ECON 335Area Courses35454544
ECON 340Core Elective Courses5555555443555
ECON 345Area Courses44442554
ECON 346Area Courses55444444
ECON 347Area Courses
ECON 350Core Elective Courses5544455555554
ECON 360Core Elective Courses5434155554554
ECON 370Core Elective Courses5434155543453
ECON 399Area Elective Courses5555555555555
ECON 400Area Courses55545455
ECON 401Area Elective Courses2234455553355
ECON 405Area Elective Courses5534235445543
ECON 407Area Elective Courses5555555455454
ECON 412Area Elective Courses4434345444544
ECON 420Area Elective Courses4555355455543
ECON 423Area Elective Courses5345345454455
ECON 424Area Courses44333453
ECON 430Core Elective Courses5255555454554
ECON 450Area Courses43332344
ECON 481Area Elective Courses5434155554553
ECON 482Area Courses34454444
ECON 483Area Elective Courses5434155553441
ECON 484Area Courses44442554
ECON 485Area Elective Courses
ECON 488Area Elective Courses4353252355554
ECON 491Area Courses52444534
ECON 492Area Courses55353555
ECON 493Area Courses54431454
ENG 101University Courses52355123
ENG 102University Courses53455335
HIST 191University Courses53332244
HIST 192University Courses54211343
HUM 201University Courses53554444
HUM 202University Courses35321235
HUM 203University Courses53352314
HUM 204University Courses44453134
HUM 205University Courses43343344
HUM 206University Courses52535554
HUM 211University Courses54453555
HUM 212University Courses44141425
HUM 214University Courses44453334
HUM 221University Courses54454555
HUM 222University Courses44541233
HUM 224University Courses44453333
HUM 231University Courses53354455
HUM 232University Courses42131113
HUM 241University Courses54543555
HUM 251University Courses52232545
HUM 261University Courses
HUM 271University Courses
IF 100University Courses55513311
LAW 401Area Courses54554555
MATH 101University Courses15331111
MATH 102University Courses14241111
MATH 201Mathematics Requirement Courses12111
MATH 202Mathematics Requirement Courses15222
MATH 203Required Courses2443311111111
MATH 204Mathematics Requirement Courses14232
MATH 306Required Courses2422334342142
MJC 100University Courses15311111
NS 101University Courses55555415
NS 102University Courses55555415
PROJ 102University Courses55555333
PROJ 201University Courses
PROJ 300Required Courses5555555511111
SPS 101University Courses55553355
SPS 102University Courses52234353
SPS 303University Courses53253234
TLL 101University Courses55455335
TLL 102University Courses55455335
L1:Understand the world, their country, their society, as well as themselves and have awareness of ethical problems, social rights, values and responsibility to the self and to others.
L2:Understand different disciplines from natural and social sciences to mathematics and art, and develop interdisciplinary approaches in thinking and practice.
L3:Think critically, follow innovations and developments in science and technology, demonstrate personal and organizational entrepreneurship and engage in life-long learning in various subjects.
L4:Communicate effectively in Turkish and English by oral, written, graphical and technological means.
L5:Take individual and team responsibility, function effectively and respectively as an individual and a member or a leader of a team; and have the skills to work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams.
F1:Develop a thorough knowledge of theories, concepts, and research methods in the field and apply them in research design and data analysis.
F2:Assess the impact of the economic, social, and political environment from a global, national and regional level.
F3:Know how to access written and visual, primary and secondary sources of information, interpret concepts and data from a variety of sources in developing disciplinary and interdisciplinary analyses.
P1:Provide constructive analysis of economic phenomena at the national and international level, and interactions between the two.
P2:Develop an understanding of organizations and institutions in the society as well as their influence on the economy.
P3:Recognize how incentives shape the behavior of individuals and organizations.
P4:Identify ?economic? problems and propose alternative models and/or design and conduct research to provide viable solutions using theoretical tools and/or quantitative methods.
P5:Communicate problems and solutions to managerial and policy decision-making units as well as to lay audiences.