The program leading to the Bachelor's degree in Economics combines training in technical economics with opportunities for a broad and balanced undergraduate education. The program aims to give the students a solid grounding in modern economic theory, to provide a basic descriptive knowledge of the Turkish and world economy, and to develop students' quantitative research skills and independent and critical thinking abilities. Students may select programs that emphasize the relation of technology to economics by concentrating their free electives on science and engineering, or they may select programs which concentrate more heavily on economics, other social sciences and humanities.   

ECON 203 (2015-2016-Fall): Microeconomic Theory I
By: Asst. Prof. Ayşe Özgür Pehlivan

This course is the first part of an intermediate level microecenomics sequence. Consumer theory, theory of the firm, and partial equilibrium theory are studied in depth. Applications of the partial equilibrium model to public finance and trade are also covered.
Credits:3 ECTS: 6
Prerequisites: (ECON 101 and MATH 106) or MATH 102 or MATH 114

GE-441 (2012-2013-Fall): Interdisciplinary Senior Project II
By: Assoc. Prof. Selin Sayek Böke & Asst. Prof. Ali Tekin

Credits:6 ECTS: 12

ECON 102 (2009-2010-Spring): Introduction to Economics II
By: Assoc. Prof. Refet Gürkaynak

An overview of macroeconomic issues: the determination of output, employment, unemployment, interest rates, and inflation. Monetary and fiscal policies are discussed as well as international economic issues. Introduces basic models of macroeconomics and illustrates principles with the experience of Turkish and foreign economies.
Credits:3 ECTS: 6