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Business Management (with Thesis) MBA

General Information

Goal & Objectives

Career Opportunities

Learning Outcomes

Curriculum

Course Descriptions

General Information

The objective of Master of Science in Business Administration Program is to educate graduates who will be the leader managers that businesses and corporations need. By considering the importance of human resources for businesses and teaching the skills and capabilities required for managers and leaders in today’s globalized business life, it is aimed that implementations will be applied in business arena.
Thesis Master’s Programme in Business Administration of the Institute of Graduate Studies and Research, Department of Business Administration offers a higher education with its qualified academic staff. The Programme is for individuals who can work efficiently at the administrative departments of production and service businesses in the public or private sector, and aims to enable students to acquire the skills of analytical, fast, and multi-dimensional thinking, and the competences of making strategic decisions, and tackling issues with a global view.

Goal & Objectives

1. Have knowledge of the theories regarding the field of Business Administration.
2. Approach the Business Administration with a strategic perspective, and have knowledge of the concept of planning-oriented philosophy of administration.
3. Have the theoretical knowledge to make quick and optimal decisions in parallel with the changing environmental conditions.
4. Evaluate the business activities on a global scale and make the business organisation global.
5. Make organisational analyses and designs with a modern perspective on administration, and comprehend and have skills of explaining and practising the Business Administration’s functions of planning, organising, managing, and controlling.
6. Gain a perspective to put the teachings into practice specific to the fields under the major of Business Administration such as Human Resources Management, Organisational Behaviour, Change, and Information Management.
7. Acquire competence in detecting and solving the problems occurred in general or functional order of a business organisation.
8. Have the skills of expert managing both in theory and practice enabling them to identify problems, put forward arguments and improve visions on academic and sectoral platforms.
9. Have knowledge of market research, information systems, consumer behaviours, strategic marketing, global markets, product and services strategies, product life cycle, pricing, and supply chain to maintain the business in the process of globalisation.
10. Gain a perspective enabling them to set forth the vision, mission, and organisational design of a business organisation in parallel with the business organisation’s mission, vision, and sources.
11. Make designs of business processes with high efficiency in parallel with the opportunities the business organisation has.
12. Make the required changes for the organisational structure pursuant to the changing environmental conditions.
13. Establish channels of communication within and outside of a business organisation to create an effective and coherent organisational structure.
14. Comprehend the scientific status of Business Administration, and gain a perspective enabling them to carry out interdisciplinary academic studies.

Career Opportunities

The graduates of the Programme can work at various levels of administrative departments of a business organisation in the public or private sector. Stakeholders in interaction with the Department of Business Administration can be summarised as follows: private institutions and organisations, various public institutions and organisations affiliated to various ministries, universities, research institutions, and institutes.

Learning Outcomes

Prepearing

Curriculum

Course Descriptions

CODE COURSE NAME M/E
MBA600 THESIS M
The objective of this course is to write a master thesis in accordance with scientific principles.
– Reviewing literature;
– Planning the research;
– Collecting data and evaluating the findings;
– Reporting research results.
MBA601 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR M
To analyze organizational behavior theories and theoriticians and comparing todays’ approach and make some applications
Personality, Learning, Perception, Attitude and Attitudes toward Job, Communication, Motivation Theories, Leadership, Conflict, Stress and Stress Management
Ergeneli Azize, “Örgüt ve İnsan” Hacettepe Üniversitesi Yayınları

MBA602 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT M
The main objective of this course is to explain the tasks, goals, and methods of financial management in the organizations. Students will initially learn about the basic concepts of the course and in which constraints they should act in order to attain the main objectives of financial management.
Financial Analysis, Planning and Control, Budgeting, Capital Sources and Financial Markets
– İşletme Finansmanının Temelleri, by Brealey, Myers and Marcus, (Türkiçe?ye çevirenler Bozkurt, Arıkan ve Doğukanlı), Literatür Yayıncılık.
– Fundamentals of Financial Management, by Brigham and Houstan.
– Essentials of Managerial Finance, by Weston and Brigham.
– Corporate Finance, by Ross, Westerfield, and Jaffe.

MBA603 MANAGEMENT and ORGANIZATION M
To explain the basic concepts of business by discussing both classical and modern approaches in terms of foundations and structures of the organizations and management functions. To analyze organizational behavior theories and theoriticians and comparing todays? approach and make some applications
Foundation of organizations, functions of management, planning, organizing, influencing and coordination processes, communication, decision ?making, organization structures. Personality, Learning, Perception, Attitude and Attitudes toward Job, Communication, Motivation Theories, Leadership, Conflict, Stress and Stress Management
– Genel İşletmecilik Bilgileri, H. Can, D. Tuncer, Y.D. Ayhan, Siyasal Kitabevi.
-Modern İşletmecilik, İ. Mucuk, Türkmen Kitabevi.
-İşletme Yöneticiliği, T. Koçel, Beta Yayınevi.
Ergeneli Azize, ?Örgüt ve İnsan? Hacettepe Üniversitesi Yayınları
Understanding the Theory and Design of the Organizations, Richard Daft, International Edition.

MBA604 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING M
– understand accounting environment and the basic concept
Defining and interpreting fundamental financial tables, Accounting concepts and principles, Accounting equation, Accounting standards, Ledger and journals, Adjusting entries, Completing accounting cycle, Accounting of receivables.
– Hongern, Harrrison and Bamber, Accounting, 6th edition, Prentice Hall, 2005, 0-13-124700-X.
– Meigs and Meigs, Bettner and Whittington, Accounting , The Basis For Business Decisions, Tenth Edition , Mc Graw Hill., ?0-07-114505-2.
– Wegandt, Kiesko and Kimmel, Accounting Principles, Fifth edition, Wiley,1999,
– Orhan Sevilengül, Genel Muhasebe,Gazi kitapevi

MBA605 QUANTITATIVE METHODS M
This course aims to provide the student with the skills to understand basic operations research techniques and implement those in areas of business such as production, finance, and marketing.
Optimization and Modeling, Linear programming, Mixed-Integer Programming, Data
Envelopment Analysis, Critical Path and Project Evaluation Techniques, Queuing Models,
Simulation Models

MBA606 PRODUCTION and OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT M
At the end of this course the student will be able to explain, and evaluate the knowledge about the strategic decisions in production and operations management, inventory, and capacity, location and layout of an organization.
– Operations Strategy
– Process Management
– Product Design and Development
– Capacity Planning
– Location Decisions
– Layout
– Supply Chain Management
– Inventory for Independent Demand
– Inventory for Dependent Demand
– Production Planning
– Maintenance Planning

1- Lee J. Krajewski – Larry P. Ritzman – Manoj K. Malhotra; Operations Management / Üretim Yönetimi, Editör: Prof. Dr. Semra Birgün, 9. Basımdan Çeviri, NOBEL Akademik Yayıncılık, Ankara, 2012.
2- Krajewski L.J., Larry P. Ritzman , Operations Management: Process and Value Chains, Ninth Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2010, 0-13-127310-8
3- Jay Heizer, Barry Render , Operations Management : Flexible Version 9/e, Prentice Hall, 2010

MBA607 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT E
To provide information for students by explaining history and functions of human resource management,job analysis, recruitment, training and development and peeformance evaluation
The history of human resoruce management, job description, recruitment processes, training and development applications, job valuation and performance evaluation
? Mondy, C., Human Resoruces Management, Printice Hall Publications, New York
? Can, H. İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi, Siyasal yayınevi, Ankara

MBA608 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS E
The course aims to teach the modeling, using and reporting of databases for business
Discusses the concepts of RDBMS, discusses the Database, Database Management Software?s are told, database, tables and fields are defined, SQL explained, are examples of Business Administration
– Microsoft Access 2010: Introductory, 1st Edition Gary B. Shelly | Philip J. Pratt | Mary Z. Last ISBN-13: 9781439078471 328 Pages | 2011 | Published
– SQL: A BEGINNER’S GUIDE 3/E Publication Date: August 8, 2008 | ISBN-10: 0071548645 | ISBN-13: 978-0071548649 | Edition: 3
– WEB Resources ?www.w3schols.com?
– Lecture notes

MBA609 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS E
Defining financial markets and instruments, evaluating portfolio performance by using fundamental and technical analysis, defining and valueing bonds and stocks.

Financial markets and instruments, bonds and stocks, valuation of bonds and stocks, derivative products.
– Mehmet Baha Karan, Yatırım Analizi ve Portföy Yönetimi, İkinci Baskı Gazi Yayınevi, 2004, 975-7313-99-8.
– Sharpe, Alexander and Bailey, Investments, Prentice Halls, 0-13-183344-8.

MBA610 DECISION ANALYSIS E
This course aims to provide the student with the skills to model, propose solutions, and analyze single- and multiple-criteria decision problems arising in decision making situations under certainty, uncertainty and risk.
Decision Analysis, Decision Problems, Decision Making under Uncertainty and Risk, Utility Theory, Attitudes Towards Risk, Decision Trees, Single- and Multi -Criteria Decision Making Models
– Operations Research: Applications and Algorithms. W.L. Winston. Thomson / Brooks-Cole, 2004.
– Spreadsheet Modeling and Decision Analysis, C.T. Ragsdale, Thomson / South-Western, 2004

MBA699 SEMINAR M
This course aims at developing the research and presentation skills of students on a specific issue and to give the background in preparing their master?s thesis.
Depends on the topic chosen.

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Business Management (with Thesis) MBA

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+90 392 600 16 16
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