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Business II-Group 1-Day and Evening Class

Syllabus

Name Code Semester Course (Hour/Week) IEU Credit ECTS Credit
Business II

MAN-121

2. Semester

3-Application(Hour/week):0 Laboratory(Hour/week):0

3

5

 

Prerequisites None
Language English

Course Type

Compulsory

Program

Undergraduate

Coordinator

 

Lecturer

Asst. Prof. Dr. Aykan Candemir - Asst. Prof. Dr. Keti Ventura

Research Assistant

Res. Asst. Erhan Zalluhoğlu

Aim of the Course

This course is your introductory level business course in which you will learn the basic concepts of business and business management. The course is intended to cover a wide range of topics in the field of business. During the later stages of your undergraduate education, you will be covering almost every topic in the course in more detail. This course is therefore going to be a foundation on which the more advanced courses will be based upon.

Output

This course is your introductory level business course in which you will learn the basic concepts of business and business management. The course is intended to cover a wide range of topics in the field of business. During the later stages of your undergraduate education, you will be covering almost every topic in the course in more detail. This course is therefore going to be a foundation on which the more advanced courses will be based upon.

Curriculum

This course is your introductory level business course in which you will learn the basic concepts of business and business management. The course is intended to cover a wide range of topics in the field of business. During the later stages of your undergraduate education, you will be covering almost every topic in the course in more detail. This course is therefore going to be a foundation on which the more advanced courses will be based upon.

 

Week Chapters   Materials
1 Introduction Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
 
2 Chapter 1: In Pursuit of Prosperity: The Fundamentals of Business and Economics
Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 1
3 Chapter 2: Business Done Right: Ethics and Social Responsibility
Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 2
4 Chapter 3: Wild World: Competing in the Global Economy

Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 3
5 Chapter 4: Business at the Speed of Light: Information Technology and E-Commerce Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 4
6 Mid-term    
7 Mid-term    
8 Chapter 5: Building the Foundation: Forms of Business Ownership

Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 5
9 Chapter 6: Putting Yourself in Charge: Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners
Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 6
10 Chapter 7: From Planning to Inspiration: The Functions of Management
Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 7
11 Chapter 8: We’re All in This Together: Organization and Teamwork
Excellence In Business, L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.
Chapter 8
12      
13      
14      
15    

KAYNAKLAR

Text Book

Excellence In Business, International Edition Courtland L. Bovee,
John V. Thrill, Michael H. Mescon, Prentice Hall, 2007.

Other Resources

 

Semester Studies and Other No Contribution
Attendance    
Laboratory    
Application    
Field Study    
Traineeship related to the lecture (if needed)    
Homework    

Case Study

   

Presentation

   

Projects

   

Seminar

   

Mid-term

1

40

Final

1

60

TOTAL  

100