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Archaeology
Qualification Awarded
Level of Qualification
Objectives
Specific Admission Requirements
Specific Arrangements for Recognition of Prior Learning
Qualification Requirements and Regulations
Profile of The Programme
Program Learning Outcomes
After successful completion of this program, the students will be able to;
 1-  Based on degree level qualifications gained in the field of archeology in the appropriate field to use resources efficiently.
 2-  Sources and uses research methods and techniques applied in the field of archeology, has theoretical and practical knowledge.
 3-  Recent publications in the field of archeology, developments and projects carried out, the ability to follow the transfer of ownership by interpreting his own work.
 4-  His expertise in the field of archeology, uses problem-solving and practical skills in interdisciplinary studies.
 5-  Based on degree level qualifications in the field of archeology in the same or a different level of expertise in the field develops and deepens knowledge.
 6-  Understands the interdisciplinary interaction is associated with the Archaeological area and executed by the joint efforts of different disciplines.
 7-  Based on degree level qualifications in the field of archeology in the same or a different level of expertise in the field develops and deepens knowledge.
 8-  Graduate education and related units in the field using theoretical and application information.
 9-  Using the knowledge and skills acquired in graduate school to interpret archaeological data, evaluate, identify problems, analyze, investigate and follow them from evidence-based solutions.
 10-  Outside of the field studies, written and visual evaluation of the archaeological data warehouse / laboratory environment to have the ability to run.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
Access to Further Studies
Examination Regulations, Assesment and Grading
Graduation Requirements
Mode of Study
Full - Time
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Course & Program Outcomes Matrix
Course Unit Title P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10
Cities of Pisidia 5 5 5 5
Anatolian Civilizations of the 1st Mill. BC I
Anatolian Civilizations of the 1st Mill. BC II
Ancient Architects and Works 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 5 3
Ancient architecture, Stone Carving 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 2
Ancient Economics I
Ancient Economics II
Archaeology of Pisidia region I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 3
Archaeology of Pisidia region II 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 3
Archaic and Classical Period Pottery
Archaic and Classical periods Urban Architecture
Burial Customs in Ancient Anatolia 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 2
Burial Customs in Ancient Anatolia II 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 3 3
East-West Relations in Ancient Age-I
East-West Relations in Ancient Times 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 4 3
Elective Course 1
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Gods in Pisidia
Hellenistic and Roman Pottery
Hellenistic and Roman Sculpture
Hellenistic and Roman Urban Architecture
I Thousandths of Anatolian Civilizations II
Kabalia/Kabalis Region Archaeology
Lighting Equipments in Ancient Age I 5 5 5 3 5 5
Lighting Equipments in Ancient Age II 5 5 5 3 5 5
Lycian Archaeology-II 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3
Lycian Archeology-I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 2
Master's Thesis
Mythology and Iconography-II
Mythology and İkongrafi-I
Political Structure of Anatolia After the 1st Millenium BC. I 5 5 5
Political Structure of Anatolia After the 1st Millenium BC. II 5 5 5
Scientific Expertise 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Scientific Research Methods II 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Scientific Research Methods-I
Sculpture in the Archaic and Classical Period
seminar 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Settlement Archaeology, Theories and Models 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 5 4 4
Western Anatolian Bronze Age 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Evaluation Questionnaires
 THE OVERALL EVALUATION OF THE COURSE V. Good Good Average Poor V. Poor No Idea
 1. Stating the content and objectives at the beginning of the course
 2. Supplementing the course with current issues
 3. The clarity of the exam questions and their appropriateness to the course
 4. The contribution of the course to your knowledge and skills
 5. Access to the course sources
 6. The relativeness of the course compared to the other courses in the department
 7. The selection of the sources according to the objectives of the course
 8. The contribution of the assignments to the course
 
 THE EVALUATION OF THE INSTRUCTOR Very Good Good Average Poor Very Poor No Idea
 1. The way the instructor handles the course
 2. The instructor's competence in answering the questions in the class
 3. The instructor's encouragement to take part in the class by allowing different ideas and comments
 4. The instructor's preparation for the class
 5. The efficient use of class time
 6. The instructor's in-class management
 7. The instructor's objective evaluation of the exams and assignments
 8. The instructor's punctual and regular attendance
 9. The instructor's rapport with the students
 10. The availability of the instructor’s time except for the class time and the sufficiency of the time s/he allocates to you
 
 LEVEL OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF COURSE OUTCOMES TO PROGRAMME COMPETENCIES 5 4 3 2 1 X
Graduates who successfully complete this program;
 1. have high level information and skills supported by the course books that include the most recent information, application equipment and other scientific sources related to education technologies, teaching profession, general information and basic sciences; use these informations and skills in daily life and in jobs,
 2. examine and evaluate concepts about education technology and teaching profession, ideas and data with scientific methods; diagnose, analyze and discuss complicated problems and subjects; develop suggestions based on scientific discoveries and evidences,
 3. inform the audiences who are not expert and do not have information about education technology and teaching profession; express related ideas about these problems and solutions with written and oral,
 4. have learning to learn, self control, critical thinking, creative thinking skills and perform independent studies related to study field,
 5. get responsibilities and try to produce solutions when faced with unexpected and complicated cases in applications of education technologies and teaching professions,
 6. know students’ interests, wishes and needs; know social, cultural and economic properties of families and environment; plan, apply and manage learning and teaching process suitable for these properties; get students active participation in learning process,
 7. know information about education technologies and teaching professions and comprehend adequately; have information about foreign language in level of communicating with professional colleagues,
 8. have information about computer software and hardware in level of teaching computer and information and communication technologies courses and supporting other teachers; use information and communication technologies,
 9. consider social, scientific and ethic values in levels of gathering data, analyzing, interpreting, announcing when doing teaching professions or working in private sector, being researcher or source of data,
 10. continuously try to develop with doing self assessment; be on new information and ideas ; play affective role in developing of themselves and their intuition; know and behave according to the laws about their job, main values and principles, know the rights about job security and social security; have conscious about protecting social values and environment,
 11. evaluate students’ improvement and learning, get students to evaluate themselves and other students; use the results of evaluation for better instruction; share the results with student, family, managers and teachers.

 WORKLOAD DETERMINATION - ECTS
 1. Your percentage of attendance
 2. Did you do any preparations for this course? (except some activites like quiz, homework, labs,mid-term exams, final exams)

    

a. If yes, preparation time per week (hour)

 3. Did you do any assignments as a part of this course?

    

a. If yes, number of the assignments done

b. Average time spent in preparing the assignment (hour)

 4. Did you prepare any presentations or seminars as a part of this course?

    

a. If yes, number of the presentation/seminar done

b. Average time spent in preparing each presentation/seminar (hour)

 5. Did you take a midterm exam in this course?

    

a. If yes,number of the mid-term exams you done

b. The average time you spent on preparing for each mid-term exam (hour)

 6. Did you make any projects as a part of this course?

    

a. If yes, number of the projects done

b. The average time you spent on doing each project (hour)

 7. Did you attend any laboratory work as a part of this course?

    

a.If yes, number of the laboratory works you attended

b.The average time you spent on each work (hour)

 8. Did you attend any field surveys as a part of this course?

    

a. If yes, number of field surveys you attended

b. If yes, the average time you spent on each survey (hour)

 9. Did you take the final exam of this course?

    

a. If yes, the average time you spent on the final exam (hour)

 

  1st  Year (Fall Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  - Elective Course 1 Required 3 6
  02ARK526 Settlement Archaeology, Theories and Models Elective 3 6
  02ARK502 Gods in Pisidia Elective 3 6
  02ARK508 Archaic and Classical periods Urban Architecture Elective 3 6
  02ARK509 Sculpture in the Archaic and Classical Period Elective 3 6
  02ARK525 Ancient Architects and Works Elective 3 6
  02ARK522 Political Structure of Anatolia After the 1st Millenium BC. I Elective 3 6
  02ARK510 Mythology and İkongrafi-I Elective 3 6
  02ARK507 Ancient Economics I Elective 3 6
  02ARK501 Archaeology of Pisidia region I Elective 3 6
  02ARK523 Burial Customs in Ancient Anatolia Elective 3 6
  02ARK505 Anatolian Civilizations of the 1st Mill. BC I Elective 3 6
  02ARK506 Lighting Equipments in Ancient Age I Elective 3 6
  02ARK504 Scientific Research Methods-I Elective 3 6
  02ARK503 East-West Relations in Ancient Age-I Elective 3 6
  02ARK500 Archaic and Classical Period Pottery Elective 3 6
  02ARK524 Lycian Archeology-I Elective 3 6
    Total 51 102


  1st  Year (Spring Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  02ARK596 seminar Required - 6
  02ARK598 Scientific Expertise Required - 10
  02ARK518 Hellenistic and Roman Sculpture Elective 3 6
  02ARK512 Archaeology of Pisidia region II Elective 3 6
  02ARK528 Burial Customs in Ancient Anatolia II Elective 3 6
  02ARK532 East-West Relations in Ancient Times Elective 3 6
  02ARK527 Political Structure of Anatolia After the 1st Millenium BC. II Elective 3 6
  02ARK521 Kabalia/Kabalis Region Archaeology Elective 3 6
  02ARK516 Ancient Economics II Elective 3 6
  02ARK511 Hellenistic and Roman Pottery Elective 3 6
  02ARK529 Lycian Archaeology-II Elective 3 6
  02ARK514 Anatolian Civilizations of the 1st Mill. BC II Elective 3 6
  02ARK515 Lighting Equipments in Ancient Age II Elective 3 6
  02ARK513 Scientific Research Methods II Elective 3 6
  02ARK514 I Thousandths of Anatolian Civilizations II Elective 3 6
  02ARK520 Cities of Pisidia Elective 3 6
  02ARK530 Ancient architecture, Stone Carving Elective 3 6
  02ARK531 Western Anatolian Bronze Age Elective 3 6
  02ARK519 Mythology and Iconography-II Elective 3 6
  02ARK517 Hellenistic and Roman Urban Architecture Elective 3 6
    Total 54 124
    Annual Total : 105 226


* N.C.: National Credit


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