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Aim

Aim of the social services and welfare is to train social workers who cares for; finding solutions, integrating functionality and improving the welfare of the individuals and groups of society for their problems arising from social environment in accordance with universal and local values and providing social organization to strength social policies and institutions.

Qualification Awarded

First Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)

Registration and Admission Requirements

In order to be accepted to this program, it is necessary to complete a high school or equivalent education, get a diploma and get a sufficient score in the Higher Education Institutions Examination (YKS). Students are accepted to the program according to the Equal Weight (EA) score type and the principles determined by the Council of Higher Education. Foreign Students are accepted within the framework of the success criteria determined by the Senate.

Graduation Requirements

Students must successfully finish all courses and internships set by the program taking at least 240 ECTS credits in total, to be granted with the Bachelor's degree. Graduation eligibility is determined by academic average score. For this purpose, the sum of the weighted scores of all courses taken throughout the education is divided by the sum of ECTS values.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Students may apply for exemption from the courses they have taken in another higher education or equally accredited institution. Exemption requests are decided by the board of governors of the School, which considers the opinion of the lecturer responsible for that course.

Lesson Plan - ECTS Credits

* The courses indicated in this course table shows current course plan information in Student Affairs.

** Compulsory courses are certainly opened whereas opening of elective and optional courses may differ according to preferences and quota condition in related term.

*** Theoretical and practical course hours of vocational (professional) clinical courses are not considered weekly. These course hours refer to total course hours.

Please click on the course title in the table below in order to see detailed information about course objectives and learning outcomes etc.

Fall Semester Courses Plan
CodeCourseLanguage of InstructionT+UUKECTSDownload
SHZ1111800INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES and TOOLS ITurkish222
SHZ1139420INTRODUCTION to SOCIAL SERVICETurkish335
SHZ1112293SOCIOLOGYTurkish334
SHZ1112303PSYCHOLOGYTurkish334
SHZ1162000BASIC LAWTurkish223
SHZ1112418BASIC HEALTH INFORMATIONTurkish223
SHZ1112419SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY and VOLUNTEER MANA.Turkish223
SHZ1182120FAMILY and LIFE DYNAMICSTurkish224
SHZ1139460SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGYTurkish334
SHZ1112308INTRODUCTION to PHILOSOPHYTurkish223
ATA1110800HISTORY of the TURKISH REPUBLIC ITurkish222
İNG1111200ENGLISH IEnglish444
TDL1110200TURKISH LANGUAGE ITurkish222
Spring Semester Courses Plan
CodeCourseLanguage of InstructionT+UUKECTSDownload
SHZ1211900INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES and TOOLS IITurkish222
SHZ1212312HISTORY of SOCIAL WORK and ETHICSTurkish334
SHZ1212313POLITICAL and ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE of TURKEYTurkish334
SHZ1212314GENERAL ECONOMYTurkish334
SHZ1265000SOCIAL SCIENCES for HEALTHTurkish223
SHZ1212315CONCEPT of SOCIAL JUSTICETurkish223
SHZ1212316SOCIAL GROUP and WORKING WITH the GROUPTurkish223
SHZ1212317URBANIZATION, CIVILIZATION and URBAN IDENTITYTurkish223
SHZ1212318SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS and TECHNIQUESTurkish223
ATA1210000HISTORY of the TURKISH REPUBLIC IITurkish222
İNG1211300ENGLISH IIEnglish444
TDL1220000TURKISH LANGUAGE IITurkish222

Program Qualification

Theoretical, Factual

PQ-1. Acquires knowledge of social work theory and practice fields.
PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.
PQ-3. Obtains information about management and processes.
PQ-4. Understands professional ethics, principles and values.


Program Output TYYÇ Basic Area Matrix
Basic Area QualificationProgram Qualification
KNOWLEDGE
Theoretical, Factual

1-Having a basic level of knowledge in its field based on the competencies gained at the secondary education level.

1 - PQ-1. Acquires knowledge of social work theory and practice fields.

2 - PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.

10 - PQ-10. Able to evaluate, criticize, analyze and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired in the field.

11 - PQ-11. Gains ability and competence to set goals for self-development of his area, to apply appropriate strategies for selected targets, to follow actual info and developments, to trace and evaluate the state of the projects for his goals.



9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

10 - PQ-10. Able to evaluate, criticize, analyze and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired in the field.



1 - PQ-1. Acquires knowledge of social work theory and practice fields.

2 - PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.

9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

10 - PQ-10. Able to evaluate, criticize, analyze and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired in the field.

SKILLS
Cognitive, Practical

1- Using the basic level of knowledge acquired in the field of social services.

7 - PQ-7. Improves skills for interpreting, synthesizing and using the knowledge gained from different disciplines to solve complex social problems.

10 - PQ-10. Able to evaluate, criticize, analyze and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired in the field.

12 - PQ-12. Capable to practice social work and train client groups on the basis of similarities and differences by recognizing the positive value of the differences.

13 - PQ-13. Learns the effects of the social and cultural environment on human behavior and considers this effect in social work practice.

14 - PQ-14. Able to perform Planned Changing Process (contact, diagnosis and assessment, planning, implementation, application, evaluation, termination, feedback and monitoring).

2- Using basic computer programs and related technologies related to the field of health.

5 - PQ-5. Uses required computer software, communication technologies and a foreign language.

3- Functioning as a care for special needs groups such as children, disabled and elderly.

1 - PQ-1. Acquires knowledge of social work theory and practice fields.

2 - PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.

4 - PQ-4. Understands professional ethics, principles and values.

12 - PQ-12. Capable to practice social work and train client groups on the basis of similarities and differences by recognizing the positive value of the differences.

14 - PQ-14. Able to perform Planned Changing Process (contact, diagnosis and assessment, planning, implementation, application, evaluation, termination, feedback and monitoring).



6 - PQ-6. Acquires the skills of planning and developing for social policy and solving social problems with scientific data and evidence.

7 - PQ-7. Improves skills for interpreting, synthesizing and using the knowledge gained from different disciplines to solve complex social problems.

8 - PQ-8. Develops competency to cooperate with other occupations and disciplines for developing services in teamwork and individual responsibility.

9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

10 - PQ-10. Able to evaluate, criticize, analyze and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired in the field.

COMPETENCIES
Ability to work independently and take responsibility

1- Fulfilling the duties and responsibilities assigned to it.

6 - PQ-6. Acquires the skills of planning and developing for social policy and solving social problems with scientific data and evidence.

7 - PQ-7. Improves skills for interpreting, synthesizing and using the knowledge gained from different disciplines to solve complex social problems.

8 - PQ-8. Develops competency to cooperate with other occupations and disciplines for developing services in teamwork and individual responsibility.

2- Working as a team member and takes responsibility.

3 - PQ-3. Obtains information about management and processes.

7 - PQ-7. Improves skills for interpreting, synthesizing and using the knowledge gained from different disciplines to solve complex social problems.

14 - PQ-14. Able to perform Planned Changing Process (contact, diagnosis and assessment, planning, implementation, application, evaluation, termination, feedback and monitoring).



2 - PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.

3 - PQ-3. Obtains information about management and processes.



9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

10 - PQ-10. Able to evaluate, criticize, analyze and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired in the field.

11 - PQ-11. Gains ability and competence to set goals for self-development of his area, to apply appropriate strategies for selected targets, to follow actual info and developments, to trace and evaluate the state of the projects for his goals.

Learning Competence

1- Critically evaluating the knowledge and skills acquired.

10 - PQ-10. Able to evaluate, criticize, analyze and synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired in the field.

2- Determining learning requirements.

11 - PQ-11. Gains ability and competence to set goals for self-development of his area, to apply appropriate strategies for selected targets, to follow actual info and developments, to trace and evaluate the state of the projects for his goals.

3- Consciousness of lifelong learning.

5 - PQ-5. Uses required computer software, communication technologies and a foreign language.

9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

11 - PQ-11. Gains ability and competence to set goals for self-development of his area, to apply appropriate strategies for selected targets, to follow actual info and developments, to trace and evaluate the state of the projects for his goals.



11 - PQ-11. Gains ability and competence to set goals for self-development of his area, to apply appropriate strategies for selected targets, to follow actual info and developments, to trace and evaluate the state of the projects for his goals.



9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

Communication and Social Competence

1- Informing the relevant persons and institutions by using the basic knowledge and skills in the field of health, and conveying his/her thoughts and solution suggestions for problems in writing and verbally.

2 - PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.

8 - PQ-8. Develops competency to cooperate with other occupations and disciplines for developing services in teamwork and individual responsibility.

2- Sharing his/her thoughts on issues related to his/her field and suggestions for solutions to problems with the relevant persons and institutions.

6 - PQ-6. Acquires the skills of planning and developing for social policy and solving social problems with scientific data and evidence.

8 - PQ-8. Develops competency to cooperate with other occupations and disciplines for developing services in teamwork and individual responsibility.

9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

3-Being able to monitor the information in the field and communicate with colleagues by using a foreign language at least at the General Level of the European Language Portfolio A2.

8 - PQ-8. Develops competency to cooperate with other occupations and disciplines for developing services in teamwork and individual responsibility.

4- Using information and communication technologies together with computer software at the Basic Level of the European Computer Use License required by the field.

5 - PQ-5. Uses required computer software, communication technologies and a foreign language.



5 - PQ-5. Uses required computer software, communication technologies and a foreign language.



6 - PQ-6. Acquires the skills of planning and developing for social policy and solving social problems with scientific data and evidence.

7 - PQ-7. Improves skills for interpreting, synthesizing and using the knowledge gained from different disciplines to solve complex social problems.



2 - PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.



2 - PQ-2. Gains communication skills and knowledge.

12 - PQ-12. Capable to practice social work and train client groups on the basis of similarities and differences by recognizing the positive value of the differences.



4 - PQ-4. Understands professional ethics, principles and values.

Field-based Competence

1- Acting in accordance with social, scientific, cultural, legal and ethical values in relation to its field.

4 - PQ-4. Understands professional ethics, principles and values.

7 - PQ-7. Improves skills for interpreting, synthesizing and using the knowledge gained from different disciplines to solve complex social problems.

9 - PQ- 9. Able to use methods and techniques to reach results of research and professional literature to follow and interpret in social work.

2- Acting and participating in quality management and processes.

3 - PQ-3. Obtains information about management and processes.

3- Setting an example to the society with his/her appearance, attitude, attitudes and behaviors.

4 - PQ-4. Understands professional ethics, principles and values.



4 - PQ-4. Understands professional ethics, principles and values.



13 - PQ-13. Learns the effects of the social and cultural environment on human behavior and considers this effect in social work practice.



11 - PQ-11. Gains ability and competence to set goals for self-development of his area, to apply appropriate strategies for selected targets, to follow actual info and developments, to trace and evaluate the state of the projects for his goals.



4 - PQ-4. Understands professional ethics, principles and values.

Employment Opportunities

Graduates can work in public or private education and health institutions, public social service institutions, municipalities, non-governmental organizations, international organizations, research institutes or universities.

Upgrading

Students may apply for the graduate programs, to obtain Master and PhD degrees in related field, following the rules defined by the Turkish Higher Education Council.

Type of Training

Full Time

Assessment and Evaluation

Success in a course is determined by the course grade. The course success grade is obtained by evaluating the student's success in midterms and homework that replaces the midterm exam, applied studies, group work and similar studies, and the general exam together. A student who does not get at least 50 points in the general exam, valid for all courses, is considered unsuccessful in that course. In order to be successful in the course, it is necessary to have at least 60 points or a success coefficient of 2.27 at the end of the semester.

Head of Department/Program

Head Of Department

Dr.Öğr.Üye. Sayra LOTFİ

Learning Experiences

Learning situations aim to develop students' creative, critical, reflective thinking skills and higher level thinking skills such as logical and mathematical thinking skills. In addition, it aims to develop students' meta-cognitive skills. Learning situations include learning strategies, methods and techniques as well as the tools used and assessment and evaluation methods. The learning situations used in the programs are given in the list below:

Learning Experiences *

Learning Activities

Tools Used

Discussion Method

Listening, speaking, asking questions, producing answers, developing and questioning opinions, examining and researching opinions, producing critical thinking, producing creative thinking, (workshop, panel, opposite panel, open forum, debate techniques are applied) collegium, forum, aquarium technique application, talking circle technique, application.

Standard classroom technologies, multimedia tools (text, images, graphics, graphics, drawings, audio, video and animations), computer, projection, online environments, conference room, workshop, panel, panel opposite, open forum collegial, forum environments.

Demonstration Method

The instructor demonstrates the use of a tool or equipment, the instructor demonstrates a performance/practice/practice to the student, the students repeat the use of the tool or equipment, the student repeats a performance/practice/practice.

Real tools or model tools and equipment, multimedia tools, videos and animations), computer.

Problem Solving Method

Identifying a scientific / theoretical and / or real life problem, analyzing the data related to the problem, developing alternative solutions, choosing the appropriate solution method, evaluating the solution to the problem, individual study

Textbooks, research reports, multimedia tools (text, images, graphics, graphics, drawings, audio, video and animations), computer

Case Study Method

Presentation of case studies, exploring case studies, sampling typical cases, sampling outlier cases, alternative cases, comparing case studies, case study analysis, case study interpretation, case study evaluation.

Standard classroom technologies, multimedia tools (text, images, graphics, drawings, audio, video and animation, cartoons), computer, projection, online environments.

Self Study Method

Student interest, curiosity and motivation, learning objective, detailed research and investigation according to the topic; in- depth research and investigation, extensive reading, listening and watching, repeating a performance.

Library, e-library, laboratory, workshop

Role Play and Drama Technique

Introducing the text to the scenario, distributing the roles to the students, students working on the roles, students performing the scenario in cooperation, analyzing and evaluating the scenario text. The subject and situation to be dramatized is determined by the instructor. When the drama technique is applied, the students improvise a real-life problem. The drama situation is analyzed together with the students.

Script text, theater, classroom, conference room, video and audio, visual recordings.

Question - Answer Technique

Asking Socratic questions, criticizing answers, generating questions, generating answers, criticizing, analyzing and evaluating creative answers, asking structured questions and generating answers, asking closed-ended questions and generating answers

Textbooks, recommended books, worksheets, question bank, multimedia tools (text, images, graphics, drawings, audio, video, cartoons and animations)

Experimental Technique

Setting up a scientific experiment, conducting a scientific experiment, collecting, processing and transforming data from a scientific experiment, predicting the results of a scientific experiment, explaining a scientific experiment, evaluating the results of a scientific experiment, simulation of an experiment.

Laboratory, workshop, application areas, computer software, standard classroom technologies.

Micro Teaching Technique

Performance of presentation, development of reflective thinking skills, student self-evaluation. The lecturer distributes topics (seminar topics can also be) to the students. Students examine the topics; research. Student presentations are prepared. Students make their presentations. Students' video recordings are watched.

Camera, video recording devices, checklist, rubric, rating scale, observation form.

Brainstorming Technique

Developing opinions, developing questions, expressing observation situations, developing critical thinking, problem solving, group/team work, listening and speaking.

Standard classroom technologies, multimedia tools (text, images, graphics, graphics, drawings, audio, video and animations), computers, projectors, online environments.

Project Based Learning Model

Creating a real-life problem situation scenario, identifying a real-life problem situation, collecting data related to the problem, analyzing data, data processing, data conversion, developing alternative solutions, choosing the appropriate solution method, applying the solution method / creating a model / design / concrete product / producing a concrete service, evaluating the model / design / concrete product / service, exhibiting project products

Problem scenario texts / Sample projects, databases, books, research reports, laboratory, workshop, application areas, library, computer software, standard classroom technologies, tools and equipment according to the project subject

Reverse Brainstorming Technique

Identifying problems, sorting problems, classifying problems

Standard classroom technologies, multimedia tools (fishbones, text, images, graphics, graphics, drawings, audio, video and animations),computers, projectors, online environments

Simulation Technique

Realization of simulations for risky, dangerous, expensive, time-consuming applications/practices.

Simulation environment, Computer

Concept Map Technique

Distinguishing concepts, sorting concepts, counting concepts, associating concepts, analyzing conceptual framework

Concept maps

Problem Baded Learning Model

Creating a reflective scenario of a real-life problem situation, identifying a real-life problem situation, collecting data about the problem, analyzing data, data processing, data transformation, developing alternative solutions

Problem scenario texts, databases, books, research reports, laboratory, workshop, application areas, library, computer software, standard classroom technologies, tools and equipment according to the project subject

Computer-Internet Supported Instruction

Online Course Platforms : Collaboration and communication, digital literacy activities, sharing information, improving technology use, creative thinking activities, problem solving, generating critical thinking. These are environments where instructors share course materials, collect assignments and interact with students. E-Books and Digital Content : Reading, writing, comprehension, interpretation, creative thinking activities, language use, examination, research, using technology, critical thinking activities. Learning environment and materials are made more attractive by presenting interactive content to students. Webinars and synchronize meeting : Communication, collaboration, teamwork, presentation, technology skills, problem solving, live interaction with studentsremotely. Simulations : Problem solving, using technology, analytical thinking, communication, decision making, teamwork and collaboration. They are environments where students have the opportunity to experience the concepts. Audio and Visual aids : Communication skills, language skills, emotional intelligence and empathy, social skills, attention and focus, use of technology. Animations, graphics and interactive visuals are used to help students master the topics. Digital Game- Based Learning : Problem solving skills, ability to use technology, creative thinking, quick decision making, strategy development, cooperation and teamwork. Games prepared or played in digital environments to make learning fun and increase retention in learning. Adaptive Learning Systems : Logical mathematical thinking activities, reading, writing, comprehension, interpretation, critical thinking activities. These are environments where students identify their weaknesses and are offered to carry out studies and activities specific to that area. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) : Simulation and practical applications, creative thinking activities, using technology, planning, programming, social interaction and communication. 3D virtual environments are used to make learning fun and interactive. Social Media and Interactive Platforms : Communication, collaboration, teamwork, project management, interactive content creation, critical thinking activities. Personal platforms for students to share their thoughts on any topic, interact and produce content. Data Analysis and Monitoring Tools : Analytical thinking activities, logical mathematical thinking activities, problem solving, decision making, communication. These are tools used to assess and monitor student performance, identify student difficulties and create lesson plans accordingly. Artificial Intelligence Technologies : Data analysis and forecasting, game and strategy development, security and threat analysis, technology utilization skills, robotics and automation skills, creative thinking skills, computational thinking skills.

Moodle, Google Classroom, Edmodo, Edupage etc. Google Play Books, Apple Books, Amazon Kindle Store, BookBoon, OpenStax, etc. Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Adobe Connect, GoToMeeting, etc. NASA Eyes on the Solar System, FlightGear, Virtual Biology Lab, CarSim, SimCity, etc. Infographics, maps and graphs, charts and diagrams, tables, Podcast, audio books, interviews and chats, etc. Strategy and puzzle games, Simulation and construction games, mission games, real-time multiplayer games, etc. Udemy, Khan Academy, Duolingo, Cognii, Smart Sparrow, etc. Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, Samsung Gear VR, Google CardBoard, Pokemon Go, Arlit, Facebook, instagram, twitter, linledIn, snapchat, pinterest, youtube, twitch, reddit, discord etc. Google Analytics, Microsoft Power BI, Splunk, Adobe Analytics, etc. ChatGPT, Google AI, Deeply, DıaloGPT. Amazon Alexa, Tesla Autopilot, etc.

Inquiry-Based Learning

Exploring, finding case studies, establishing cause and effect relationship, questioning, examining, researching (learning circle=3E,5E,7E models

Standard classroom technologies, multimedia tools (text, images, graphics, graphics, drawings, audio, video and animations), computer, projection, online environments, conference room

Cooperative Learning

Cooperation, communication, leadership, sharing tasks, sharing responsibility, learning together, social interaction. Heterogeneous groups are formed among the students. The task is given to the groups. Groups of students do tasks such as project, performance, problem solving, role playing, classical homework together.

In-class and out-of-class, in-school and out-of- school environments.

Experiential Learning

Faculty-external stakeholder (industrial organizations, schools and others) cooperation is established. Students directly observe professional skills in the real environment. Observation results are analyzed in the classroom environment.

Internship places according to the program, professional practice places, Student product file sample, observation forms and other alterative measurement tools

Flipped Classroom Learning

Problem solving, discussion, case study presentation, case analysis, critical thinking, creative thinking, video recordings appropriate to the learning objective are created or selected. Students make preliminary preparation by watching video recordings. The problem is solved in the classroom. The problem is discussed.

Video recordings, online environments, classroom

Lecture Method

Listening, speaking, (lecture, conference, seminar, speech, statement and briefing techniques are applied)

Standard classroom technologies, multimedia tools (text, images, graphics, graphics, drawings, audio, video and animations), computer, projection, online environments, conference room

Traditional Written Exam

Classical written exams to assess creative, critical and reflective thinking. Multiple- choice, short-answer (fill-in-the-blank, matching, true-false and other) exams to assess cognitive skills such as knowledge, comprehension, application and analysis.

Written exam papers, multiple choice tests, short answer tests, mixed tests, answer keys

Multiple-Choice Exam

Oral Exam

It aims to assess student-specific, creative, critical, reflective thinking skills and cognitive skills such as knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis and synthesis. It is not a general measurement and evaluation method. It is not applied in every program; it is program specific.

Oral question bank/ oral question pool, answer keys, checklists, rubrics, rating scales

Homework

It is used to improve students' knowledge and skills, to encourage them to research and study, to complete their learning deficiencies, and to deepen their understanding of a subject.

Library, e-library, books, articles

Project Task

Identifies, field of application, collecting, and analyzing data, literature review, preparing and presenting report

Internet databases, library databases, e-mail, textbooks, or supplementary books

Quiz

It is done to identify learning gaps. In this case, student grades are not reflected. The level of realization of learning objectives can be evaluated depending on the process. In this case, it can be reflected in student grades.

Worksheets, question bank, question pool, answer key

Performance Task

It is used when it is aimed to evaluate students holistically (cognitive, affective and psychomotor). It is used to measure and evaluate the learning process and learning products. Performance assignments involve a workload of at least two weeks.

Problem scenario texts, checklists, rubrics, grading scales

Course - Program Competencies Relations

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BASIC HEALTH INFORMATION11010122021100
BASIC LAW33331332333341
BLOCK APPLICATION in SOCIAL WORK I44341234143434
BLOCK APPLICATION in SOCIAL WORK II44341234143434
CHILD PSYCHOLOGY and MENTAL HEALTH03030223001223
CHILD WELFARE and SOCIAL WORK44454444344443
CIVIL SOCIETY and SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
COMPARATİVE SOCİAL WELFARE MODELS00200420241000
CONCEPT of SOCIAL JUSTICE20030432132331
CRIME, CRIMINITY, JUDICIAL SYSTEMS and SOCIAL WORK00010344020344
CRISIS and INTERVENTION to CRISIS44453444344443
DESIGN and MANAGEMENT of PROJECT44453544544443
DISABLED WELFARE and SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
DISADVANTAGED GROUPS and CLIENTS31130354210345
DRUG ADDICTIONAL and SOCIAL WORK20010343000235
ELDERLY WELFARE and SOCIAL WORK10000344122344
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ENGLISH II00003000000000
ENGLISH III01005333012113
ENGLISH IV01115003000210
FAMILY and LIFE DYNAMICS11010110011221
FAMILY WELFARE and SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
GENDER and SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
GENERAL ECONOMY00200222021000
HISTORY of SOCIAL WORK and ETHICS21050333122432
HISTORY of the TURKISH REPUBLIC II00000110000000
HISTORY of the TURKISH REPUBLIC I00000110000000
HOME CARE and SOCIAL WORK44453443444443
HUMAN BEHAVIOR and the SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT I44453444344443
HUMAN BEHAVIOR and the SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT II44453444344443
HUMAN RIGHTS and SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
INDUSTRIAL SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES and TOOLS I00004000200000
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES and TOOLS II00004000200000
INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
INTERVIEW and COMMUNICATION SKILLS in SOCIAL WORK05030003000344
INTRODUCTION to PHILOSOPHY21040221231321
INTRODUCTION to SOCIAL SERVICE53241322333423
MEDICAL SOCIAL WORK00010234020345
MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS and SOCIAL WORK44453444344443
MIGRATION, ASYLUM, REFUGEE and SOCIAL WORK10000343000544
POLITICAL and ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE of TURKEY11210222212110
POVERTY and SOCIAL WORK33410334242223
PRACTICE of SOCIAL WORK33000033003335
PROFESSİONAL ENGLISH44455444344443
PSYCHOLOGY44231232233431
SCHOOL SOCIAL WORK11000244000345
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS and TECHNIQUES02120030530000
SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY20010121121231
SOCIAL EXCLUSION, DISCRIMINATION and CONFLICT44443444344443
SOCIAL GROUP and WORKING WITH the GROUP23310233222234
SOCIAL INVESTIGATION, REGISTRATION and REPORTING10120043020004
SOCIAL POLICY and PLANNING44453444344443
SOCIAL PROBLEMS and SOLUTIONS44453444344443
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY and VOLUNTEER MANA.02320332122221
SOCIAL SCIENCES for HEALTH11120223222221
SOCIAL SECURITY and SOCIAL WORK11010221020000
SOCIAL STRUCTURE and CHANGE44453444344443
SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION I44453444344443
SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION II22010344021325
SOCIAL WORK INTERVENTION III42000033020345
SOCIAL WORK in EPIDEMICS and DISASTERS10100454000234
SOCIAL WORK LEGISLATION00300433020002
SOCIAL WORK MANAGEMENT00500214001004
SOCIAL WORK THEORIES and APPROACHES54453444344443
SOCIOLOGY21210221122111
SOCIOLOGY of VALUES and MORAL SUPPORT44453444344443
STATISTICS44453444444443
TURKISH LANGUAGE I03000020200000
TURKISH LANGUAGE II03000020200000
URBANIZATION, CIVILIZATION and URBAN IDENTITY22410222023422
WOMAN WELFARE and SOCIAL WORK11010344031234
YOUTH WELFARE and SOCIAL WORK11010343121444
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Ders sırasında sınıfa hakimiyeti kurmada oldukça başarılıdır.
Güncel konular hakkında öğrencileri bilgilendirir.
Öğrenci görüşlerine açık tutum ve davranışları ile örnek teşkileder.
Başarı ölçme yöntemleri ve araçları (klasik/test/sözlü sınav/proje/ödev vb.) dersin hedef ve içeriği ile uyumludur.
Sınav kağıdımla ilgili soru sormak istediğimde bana yardımcı olur.
Laboratuvar/saha/uygulama çalışmaları dersin amacı ileuyuşmaktadır.
Dersin öğrenme ve öğretme sürecinin yaratıcı düşünme süreç vebecerilerini geliştirir.
Ders güncel konu ve konuklarla desteklenir.
Yukarıdaki sorular dışında iletmek istedikleriniz

Numerical Data

Number of Students by years

Student Success

Graduate Success

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