Qualification Awarded
Students are awarded with a Second Cycle Degree in Mathematics upon successful completion of all the requirements in the curriculum programme and fulfilling all other requirements for graduation
Level of Qualification
Second Cycle Degree
Objectives
At the end of the program the student: • Will have the basic theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in the fields of mathematics (basic disciplines such as functional analysis, geometry, topology, algebra etc.), pedagogy, psychology and learning theory. • Will possess competences of instructors at schools. • Will be able to gain competences necessary to continue their Third Cycle Degree.
Specific Admission Requirements
Students' admission to Second Cycle Degree is based on a nationwide Academic Personnel and Entrance Examination for Graduate Studies(ALES). The examination is held twice in a year and is administered by the Student Selection and Placement Center (ÖSYM). Candidates gain access to institutions of Second Cycle Degree based on their composite scores consisting of the scores on the selection examination and their First Cycle Degree grade point averages
Specific Arrangements for Recognition of Prior Learning
The students of our Institution have the right to request the recognition of their prior learning at different universities. For the recognition of their prior learning, they should submit their transcript and course contents to the relevant department in the first semester of their registration year
Qualification Requirements and Regulations
The requirements for getting Second Cycle Degree are to complete (2130) credit hours as diveded below and to fulfill all other requirements. a. (21) Credit hours covering (8) optional courses as detailed in the curriculum. b. b. The student should take a comprehensive exam after completing the accredited courses in curriculum which are (21) credit hours. c. Maximum study period to receive Second Cycle Degree is 2 years.
Profile of The Programme
The basic orientation of this programme is to prepare a specialist in mathematics and to form their basic competences in educational, psychological and communicative subjects. The study contains the basic courses of functional analysis, geometry, topology and algebra which form the vital foundation for the followup Third Cycle Degree of Teaching mathematics at higher secondary schools. The knowledge, skills and attitudes gained during the study form basic competences for performing the profession at the secondary schools. The above mentioned competences guarantee full qualification of the intructor at educational and noneducational institutions
Program Learning Outcomes
After successful completion of this program, the students will be able to; 
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1. applicate the mathematics to other disciplines, 
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2. identify, model and solve the mathematical problems in mathematics and related fields, 
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3. solve and design a problem process in accordance with a defined target, 
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4. analyse the datas, interprete and applying the results to other datum, 
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5. use the modern techniques and computational tools needed for mathematical applications, 
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6. make team work within the discipline and interdisciplinary, 
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7. act independently, using initiative and acquiring creativity skills, 
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8. have selfdevelopment skills by observing the subjects as to the science, technology and modern topics, 
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9. communicate their own ideas orally and in written way, in a clear and concise manner by having work skills as individual and ability to decide independently, 
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10. have professional and ethical responsibility, 
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11. aware of having in issues related to improving quality, 
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12. watch actual problems of national and international, 
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13. consistently sensitive to environmental issues and social relations. 
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
The occupational profiles of the graduates contain: • Professional readiness and level of professional adaptibility to conditions and requirements from the practice or basic professional education as the precondition for the followup teaching or departmental study of mathematics
Access to Further Studies
After completing the Second Cycle Degree programme, it is possible to continue further studies in the Third Cycle Degree programme that can last up to 5 years. The graduates are awarded as Master title (MME, MA, MS,…..).
Examination Regulations, Assesment and Grading
Each student must attend the courses, applied studies, projects, seminars, workshops, graduation projects and other studies of the semester s/he is enrolled for. Students who have not attended at least 30% of theoretical courses is not allowed to take the final exam of those courses. Once the student fulfilles the attendance requirements in theoretical courses, no attendance is required if the course is repeated later. Examinations are generally in written form. However, the instructor of the course may decide to conduct the exam in the form of an oral exam, project or assignment on condition that s/he states it on the course information form (syllabus). Examinations are arranged and conducted by the instructors teaching the courses. A makeup exam is given to students with certified excuses accepted by the relevant executive board within fifteen days after the final examinations are over
Graduation Requirements
Mathematics majors are subject to the following sets of graduation requirements: 1. Requirements imposed upon all undergraduate students in the University 2. Requirements for all students in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, 3. Requirements established by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. All of these will be satisfied by completing the requirements in a period of no more than 2… semesters, including semesters at other universities
Mode of Study
Full  Time
ECTS Coordinator
Institute For Sciences
Contact
Mehmet Akif Ersoy University Institute of Sciences 15030 YenimahalleBurdur/Turkey
Course & Program Outcomes Matrix
Course Unit Title 
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Approximation Properties of Linear Positive Operators I 













Approximation Properties of Linear Positive Operators II 













Elective Lesson 1 













Elective Lesson 2 













Elective Lesson 3 













Elective Lesson 4 













Elective Lesson 5 













Elective Lesson 6 













Elective Lesson 7 













Functional Analysis I 













Functional Analysis II 













Master Thesis Studies 













Motion Geometry I 













Motion Geometry II 













Multilinear Algebra I 













Multilinear Algebra II 













Nonlinear Differential Equations I 













Nonlinear Differential Equations II 













Seminar 













Special Studies 













Special Topics in Mathematics 













Spectral Analysis of Differential Operators I 













Spectral Analysis of Differential Operators II 













Thesis 













Topology I 













Topology II 













Evaluation Questionnaires
