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Qualification Awarded

The students who complete the curriculum and graduation requirements successfully receive a Bachelor of Science (BSc)degree in "Mathematics" and the title of "Mathematician".

Level of Qualification

Bachelor of Science (BSc)


Mathematics department was started to education in 2010. Mathematics is fundamental in the University education that is why apart from doing research in the field of mathematics, the department gives a wide variety of services to almost all of the faculties of the university. The main mathematics subject areas of the department is applied mathematics, geometry, analysis and topology. 1 Professor,1 Assoc. Professor,2 Assist. Prof. and 3 Assistants are currently working in the department.

Students completing math courses required by the program, right thinking, inquiry, to gain the skill agreements using cause-and-effect relationships. Students can work in many areas of mathematics through.

Specific Admission Requirements

Admission of students to this program is based on their grades in the Undergraduate Student Placement Exam governed by the Center of Student Selection and Placement.

Specific Arrangements for Recognition of Prior Learning

The students of this program 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 the contents of the courses that they passed before, to the department administration in the first semester of their registration year.

Qualification Requirements and Regulations

The requirements for getting First Cycle Degree are to complete 146 credits as divided below and to fulfill all the other requirements:

a) 135 credits (covering 43 compulsory courses as detailed in the curriculum),

b)11 credits (covering 4 elective courses as detailed in the curriculum).

Profile of The Programme

Mathematics is a basic branch of science to understand the universe better and to develop new technologies, in all areas of science and engineering. Mathematics allows us to reason correctly and make right decisions. In the modern world, computers and the programs that control them are indispensable parts of our lives. Science, engineering, communications, as well as business and trade with the various uses of computers to program designs and require advanced math knowledge and skills. A person well trained in mathematics, 21 easily adaptable to any operating environment of the century. 

Program Learning Outcomes
After successful completion of this program, the students will be able to;
 1-  Applicate the mathematics to other disciplines,
 2-  Identify, model and solve the mathematical problems in mathematics and related fields,
 3-  Solve and design a problem process in accordance with a defined target,
 4-  Analyse datas, interprete and apply the results to other datum,
 5-  Use the modern techniques and computational tools needed for mathematical applications,
 6-  Make team work within the discipline and interdisciplinary,
 7-  Act independently, using initiative and acquiring creativity skills,
 8-  Have self-development skills by observing the subjects as to the science, technology and modern topics.
 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,
 10-  Have professional and ethical responsibility,
 11-  Aware of having in issues related to improving quality,
 12-  Watch actual problems of national and international,
 13-  Consistently sensitive to environmental issues and social relations.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Upon successful completion of undergraduate program section and the "mathematician" is awarded, the alumni, to do graduate thesis, provided that the pedagogical diploma of the Ministry of National Education in schools or private schools as a teacher of mathematics, statistics, private sector organizations that service, "Statistician" or "mathematician", the banks or private companies will find employment opportunities as a computer programmer or accountant, to the fields of graduate departments will be able to get by making an academic career. Science and technology is developing rapidly today, with the nature of mathematics, the importance of basic science has been increasing and in this context, the market is increasing the demand for skilled mathematicians.

Access to Further Studies

After completing the first cycle degree programme, it is possible to continue further studies in the second cycle degree programme that can last up to two years. The graduates are awarded as Master title (MME, MA, MS,…..).

Examination Regulations, Assesment and Grading

The principles for the exams are as follows:

a) Course to be enrolled.

b) Examinations in written, oral, or both written and oral, or can be done in practice.

c) for each class one day about a maximum of two mid-term exams and / or semester / year-end (final),

make-up exams will be held. Exams are the responsibility of the course instructor.  Unit on the board of directors in cases of necessity, examinations performed by other faculty members may decide.  Religious and national holidays in the exam can be done except on Saturdays and Sundays.

d) shows the locations of exam dates and exam examination programs prepared by the head of department, dean / directorates with the approval of at least two weeks before the start of final exams and will be announced.

Students take the exam has been declared day, enter the time and place, identity documents and any additional documents requested must keep them.  Not take the time and place of the examination syllabus student's exam will be void. Which do not fall as a result of the student to take the exam notes, declared or is canceled.


Midterm exams:

On courses each semester, at least one midterm examination is opened.

a) to be made to more than one midterm exam, the course instructor and department recommendation

Following the decision of the Board of Directors with the approval of the head of the relevant unit shall be declared.

b) Mid-term exam results semester / year-end for at least seven days before the start of exams announced is.

c) Midterm exam is entered class 0 (zero) grade will be given.

Semester / final exams to enter;

a) Theoretical course to continue for at least 70% of the course, if you have a minimum of practice and laboratory 80% of the need to participate and succeed.

b) to take examinations to determine the status of student achievement that meets the requirements semester / end of semester courses of the semester / year-end examinations specified in the academic calendar made on the dates. Semester / year-end exam results start-up exams at least seven days up to be announced.

Make-up exam to enter;

courses a semester / year-end examination must fulfill the requirements of entering.

a) Students make-up final exams at the end of the courses they had failed to can take exams. This right shall be transferred to the next semester.

b) Make a note of the exam, the final grade of the course will be treated as.

c) Final examination subjects entered in the previous grade, regardless of the grade is based on the last is taken.

d) Work / end of the semester courses make-up examinations specified in the academic calendar

made on the dates. Up examination exam for students who can not be denied. Unfulfilled obligation to continue the application failed course or FF (unattended) is.

One course exams:

(1) One course exams, graduation stage, and, except compulsory internship work, regardless of the period who fail a course, and that course only with the students more successful in all courses counted as successful or weighted GPA but less than 2.00 due to the graduate students who, in order to raise the GPA can take the exam in a course at any of the last four semesters.

(2) One course in which students who wish to take the examination course they want to take the examination

Depending on the petition shall apply to that unit. Claims by the board of the unit

The students admitted to the dates specified in the academic calendar each year is the only course exams.

(3) One course exam grade received, the process according to the principles laid down by Article 23 of this Regulation AGNO'ya see and participate.

(4) Every student can benefit from one course of examinations once.

Weighted GPA and upgrading:

(1) Weighted GPA (AGNO), student learning unit, including the semester is completed from the moment until that day, the last grade credits registered for each course multiplied by

value is obtained by dividing the sum of the loan. This grade students are expected to graduate

replaces the diploma grade.

(2) Students who wish to upgrade to AGNO  before, and they are successful in their

semester courses repeat those courses is given. However, in this case, students register for the course

undergo mandatory. Repeat the lesson, taken from previous exams, notes, and the last note is invalid

applies. AGNO course FF is entered assessing the exam is counted.


(1) Spell meanings declared grades are defined as follows:


 Letter         Score Description 4       Note Score          Success

AA               4.00                                   90-100                 Excellent

BA               3.50                                    85-89                  Very good

BB               3.00                                    80-84                   Good

CB               2.50                                    75-79                   Medium

CC               2.00                                    70-74                   Adequate

DC               1.50                                   65-69                   Conditional successful

DD              1.00                                    60-64                  Conditional successful

FD              0.50                                    00-59                    Failed (continuous)

FF              0.00                                      DZ                        Absent


b) 1) Successful grades: AA, BA, BB, CB, CC notes,. Students who have taken one of them is considered successful in that course. Upon successful completion of the operation of non-credit courses and internships to students (G) receive a grade of pass. Success notes (G) with the acclaimed physical education, fine arts, and non-credit courses are similar exemption (M) The courses not taken in.

2) Conditional successful notes: notes of DC and DD.

3) Failed notes: (FD) and (FF) notes,.to account in the weighted GPA.

4) (DZ) grade, attendance is given to students who fail to meet their obligations. (DZ) note,

the calculation of grade point average (FF) will be treated as.

5) Ö (excused) course during the semester due to excused / can not take the final exam and

students whose applications are accepted by the decision of the unit on the sign board of directors.

6) M (Exempt): students have taken courses in institutions of higher education previously, the unit and the Board of Directors The sign of the classes considered successful.

7) copies of exams, attracting attempting to cheat, manipulate, and copy the exam understood to be a result of examination of documents for examination taken by students of the school staff member, it is for the test of zero (0) is given, and the student on the Higher Education Student Discipline. Action shall be taken in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation.

8) M (Cancel) mark; graduation, taking into account the total credit load removed from the curriculum and accreditation / exemption also yet to take a course before graduation for students who fail all before transcript is provided for this course. (I) the post-graduate courses of this type are marked with not included in the transcript and diploma supplement.


evaluation exams

On the basis of success or failure are as follows:

a) Mid-term exam and / or the other instead of mid-term Studies to Pass Mark 40% the end of the semester / year-end and make-up exam is 60% of the contribution to the success score of the note.

b) Distance education programs, examinations, evaluation, mid-term and / or mid-term rather than

Studies to Pass Mark the other 20% of the semester / year-end and the make-up exams note the contribution of achievement score is 80%.

c) the calculation of students' grade is a relative evaluation system.

d) In this evaluation, the course instructor, the course, the students' semester / final or mid-term / year-end exams, notes, takes into account the calculated success.

d) Passing grade is determined by the Senate how to do the calculation process.

e) Students who are at least 2.00 AGNO'su any course (FD), (FF) or (DT) is not with the condition will be successful.

f) AGNO  less than 2.00 considered to have failed the students. The students considered unsuccessful; primarily with the lower classes had not previously semesters in advance (FD), (FF) and (DZ) courses, which must take.

(2) except for Distance Education Programs AGNO'su 1.80 less than students who take courses next semester.

Repetition of a course on the principles:

(1) Students with semester (FD), (FF) and (DZ) note the courses, re-issued in the first semester must take priority.

(2) Repeated fulfilled this requirement for the courses continue to attend classes in the previous period is not required. However, those who practice these courses, attendance related to the application, determined by the relevant unit assemblies.

(3) This course is elective, or if the lessons of the program, the students of these Instead, the relevant unit is registered with the Department and the Board of Directors in accordance with the Board of approved lessons.

(4) in order to raise a note of the students, the principles laid down by Article 13 of this Regulation

under graduate and undergraduate education and are successful in their classes during the recording

repeat with the condition to have given semester. Continue the above-mentioned condition, and only Course credits required course load is considered.

(5) the repeated course, the previous grade, regardless of the last grade received is valid. Repeated and obligation to continue the lessons, courses next semester curriculum will be conflict If one of these courses students may not receive the relevant board resolution.

(6) semesters students repeat courses, are included in calculating the maximum study period.

Graduation Requirements

The mathematics required for the graduate student may have completed the compulsory and elective say.

Mode of Study
Full - Time
ECTS Coordinator

 ECTS Coordinator of Department of Mathematics


Mehmet Akif Ersoy University
Faculty of Sciences and Arts
Department of Mathematics
Istiklal Campus

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix
Course Unit Title P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13
Algebra I
Algebra II
Analysis I
Analysis II
Analysis III
Analysis IV
Analytic Geometry I 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4
Analytic Geometry II 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4
Applied Mathematics I
Applied Mathematics II
Complex Analysis I 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 1 1
Complex Analysis II 5 5 5 5 5 2 3 3 3 2 2
Computer Programming I
Computer Programming II
Differential Equations I 5 4 4 3 4 3 4 5 4 5 4 5 5
Differential Equations II 3 5 5 4 5 4 4 5 4 4 5 4 5
Differential Geometry I 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4
Differential Geometry II 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4
Discrete Mathematics
English - II
English I 5 3 5 4 3 3 3 4 3 4 2 5
Functional Analysis I 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 4 1 1
Functional Analysis II 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 3 4 2 1
Fundamentals of Mathematics I 4 5 5 5 5 3 4 5 4 5 3 4 5
Fundamentals of Mathematics II 3 5 4 5 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4
Fuzzy Sets I
Fuzzy Sets II
History of Science 3 2 4 2 5 5 3 5 5 5 5 4 4
Linear Algebra I 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4
Linear Algebra II 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 4 5 4 4 4 4
Numerical Analysis I 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 5 5
Numerical Analysis II 4 5 5 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 5
Partial Differential Equations I
Partial Differential Equations II
Physics I
Physics II 3 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 5 5
Principles of Atatürk and Modern Turkish History I
Principles of Atatürk and Modern Turkish History II 1 4 3 3 4 3 4 5 5 3 4 4
Real Analysis
Topology I 5 5 4 4 5 5 4 5 5 4 3 5 4
Topology II 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 5 5 4 4 4
Transformations and Geometries I 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4
Transformations and Geometries II 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4
Turkish I 4 5 5 4 3 5 3 4 4 4 3 3 4
Turkish II 3 4 3 4 3 4 4 5 3 5 5 4 5
Undergraduate Seminar I 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 2 2
Undergraduate Seminar II 4 3 5 5 5 5 4 5 3 5 4 4 4
Vector Analysis 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 4 5 4 4 4 4
Evaluation Questionnaires
 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
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.

 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
  1303121 Linear Algebra I Required 3 5
  1303170 Turkish I Required 2 3
  1303101 Analysis I Required 5 6
  1303131 Physics I Required 5 6
  1303111 Fundamentals of Mathematics I Required 3 5
  1303160 Principles of Atatürk and Modern Turkish History I Required 2 3
  1303180 English I Required 4 2
    Total 24 30

  1st  Year (Spring Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  1303122 Linear Algebra II Required 3 5
  1303132 Physics II Required 5 6
  1303102 Analysis II Required 5 6
  1303270 Turkish II Required 2 3
  1303112 Fundamentals of Mathematics II Required 3 5
  1303260 Principles of Atatürk and Modern Turkish History II Required 2 3
  1303280 English - II Required 4 2
    Total 24 30
    Annual Total : 48 60

  2nd  Year (Fall Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  1303221 Analytic Geometry I Required 3 6
  1303241 Computer Programming I Required 3 5
  1303211 Differential Equations I Required 3 6
  1303201 Analysis III Required 5 7
  1303231 Probability Required 3 4
  1303251 History of Science Elective 2 2
    Total 19 30

  2nd  Year (Spring Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  1303212 Differential Equations II Required 3 6
  1303202 Analysis IV Required 5 8
  1303232 Statistics Required 3 5
  1303222 Analytic Geometry II Required 3 6
  1303242 Computer Programming II Required 3 5
    Total 17 30
    Annual Total : 36 60

  3rd  Year (Fall Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  1303331 Differential Geometry I Required 3 6
  1303341 Numerical Analysis I Required 3 4
  1303301 Complex Analysis I Required 3 6
  1303351 Vector Analysis Required 3 4
  1303311 Topology I Required 3 5
  1303321 Algebra I Required 3 5
    Total 18 30

  3rd  Year (Spring Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  1303302 Complex Analysis II Required 3 7
  1303322 Algebra II Required 3 5
  1303312 Topology II Required 3 6
  1303342 Numerical Analysis II Required 3 5
  1303332 Differential Geometry II Required 3 7
    Total 15 30
    Annual Total : 33 60

  4th  Year (Fall Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  1303401 Functional Analysis I Required 3 7
  1303411 Transformations and Geometries I Required 3 7
  1303421 Partial Differential Equations I Required 3 6
  1303493 Undergraduate Seminar I Required 1 2
  1303481 Fuzzy Sets I Elective 3 4
  1303441 Applied Mathematics I Elective 3 4
  1303491 Discrete Mathematics Elective 3 4
  1303431 Real Analysis Elective 3 4
    Total 22 38

  4th  Year (Spring Semester)
 Course Code Course Title Type of Course N.C.* ECTS
  1303402 Functional Analysis II Required 3 8
  1303494 Undergraduate Seminar II Required 1 2
  1303412 Transformations and Geometries II Required 3 8
  1303422 Partial Differential Equations II Required 3 8
  1303442 Applied Mathematics II Elective 3 4
    Total 13 30
    Annual Total : 35 68

* N.C.: National Credit


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