Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

Program Outcomes
Code Course Type L1L2L3L4L5F1F2F3P1P2P3P4
AL 102University Courses
ANTH 214Required Courses554555555555
ANTH 251Area Electives
ANTH 255Core Electives533555555555
ANTH 320Area Electives55554555
ANTH 321Area Electives
ANTH 326Area Electives
ANTH 350Area Electives
ANTH 354Area Electives53355555
ANTH 415Area Electives
ANTH 425Area Electives53355555
ANTH 428Area Electives53355
ANTH 450Area Electives
ANTH 465Area Electives53355555
ANTH 468Area Electives
ANTH 469Area Electives55555555
ANTH 471Area Electives55455555
CIP 101University Courses
CIP 101NUniversity Courses
CULT 201Required Courses554555555555
CULT 223Area Electives55453454
CULT 230Area Electives
CULT 242Area Electives54355555
CULT 299Area Electives
CULT 322Area Electives
CULT 325Core Electives554534545555
CULT 341Required Courses
CULT 342Area Electives53453454
CULT 343Area Electives555545555555
CULT 355Area Electives55553555
CULT 360Area Electives44455534
CULT 361Core Electives535555555455
CULT 362Area Electives555555555555
CULT 364Area Electives55555555
CULT 391Core Electives552534555555
CULT 399Area Electives344555555555
CULT 401Core Electives445555555555
CULT 432Core Electives454534555555
CULT 434Required Courses541545455555
CULT 441Area Electives
CULT 442Area Electives554545555555
CULT 444Area Electives555555555555
CULT 449Area Electives
CULT 451Area Electives54133545
CULT 452Area Electives
CULT 453Area Electives
CULT 454Area Electives55354555
CULT 491Area Electives55552555
CULT 492Area Electives55554555
ENG 101University Courses52355123
ENG 102University Courses53455335
FILM 331Area Electives
FILM 390Area Electives554545455555
FILM 424Area Electives55553435
FILM 432Area Electives344424245453
FILM 435Area Electives54455253
FILM 436Area Electives54455253
FILM 452Area Electives55554435
GEN 341Required Courses
GEN 399Area Electives
GEN 410Area Electives
GEN 441Area Electives
GEN 444Area Electives
GEN 480Area Electives
HART 292Area Electives441413143231
HART 323Area Electives
HART 413Area Electives
HART 414Area Electives412334234455
HIST 191University Courses53332244
HIST 192University Courses54211343
HIST 489Area Electives555515555551
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
IF 301Core Electives
LIT 212Required Courses553545455555
LIT 290Area Electives555151115555
LIT 320Area Electives54452455
LIT 334Core Electives453534355545
LIT 345Area Electives
LIT 359Area Electives
LIT 394Area Electives555555555555
LIT 430Area Electives55555555
LIT 434Area Electives
LIT 440Area Electives544435345434
LIT 445Area Electives
LIT 452Area Electives
LIT 492Area Electives534224554455
MATH 101University Courses15331111
MATH 102University Courses14241111
MGMT 406Area Electives532453542221
MJC 100University Courses15311111
NS 101University Courses55555415
NS 102University Courses55555415
PHIL 201Area Electives322444143321
PHIL 224Area Electives55553432
PHIL 300Area Electives253533145412
PHIL 301Core Electives545545555552
PHIL 313Area Electives44443424
PHIL 340Area Electives53454444
PHIL 425Area Electives
POLS 271Area Electives54244545
POLS 425Area Electives54353555
PROJ 102University Courses55555333
PROJ 201University Courses
PROJ 300Required Courses555555551111
PSY 201Area Electives455555453544
PSY 301Area Electives55453535
PSY 302Core Electives55455435
PSY 308Area Electives
PSY 330Area Electives544555343443
PSY 340Core Electives544444544443
PSY 360Area Electives
PSY 405Area Electives555535355555
SOC 201Required Courses445545545454
SOC 300Core Electives
SOC 301Area Electives544445544454
SOC 308Area Electives54444554
SOC 321Area Electives
SOC 350Area Electives
SOC 402Area Electives55255355
SOC 408Area Electives
SOC 420Area Electives
SOC 432Area Electives
SPS 101University Courses55553355
SPS 102University Courses52234353
SPS 303University Courses53253234
TLL 101University Courses55455335
TLL 102University Courses55455335
VA 215Core Electives545555355555
VA 315Core Electives
VA 420Area Electives55555455
VIS 308Area Electives
VIS 310Area Electives54555535
VIS 412Area Electives53555535
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 knowledge of theories, concepts, and research methods in humanities and social sciences.
F2:Assess how global, national and regional developments affect society.
F3:Know how to access and evaluate data from various sources of information.
P1:Demonstrate an understanding of the multiple methodologies and interpret different approaches, concepts, and theoretical legacies in the interdisciplinary field of Cultural Studies.
P2:Identify interconnections of knowledge within and across the disciplines of sociology, anthropology, literature, visual studies, philosophy, and psychology.
P3:Cultivate a critical approach to the study of culture, articulating the relations between culture, power, and history; exploring cultural diversity and socio-cultural change at the local, national and global level; and exploring the corresponding demands for rights and social justice.
P4:With the use of appropriate technologies, be able to present advanced oral and written evaluations of developments in the realm of cultural production, consumption, and representation.