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Academic Information
Education System
Educational Administration Supervision Planning And Economics Master - Regular Education
Education System
Second Cycle Programme with Thesis contains 2 days full time classes and totally 13 hours. It lasts 2 years one of which is for courses and the second one is for thesis.
Terms of Exchange and Transition Programs
Graduates may apply for third cycle programmes in their own areas if the can get necessity score of ALES exam and Language Exam and they are accepted if they are successfull at the interview.
Qualification Awarded
Students who have successfully completed the program take the degree of master and get certificate in Educational Administration, Supervision, Planning and Economics area.
Specific Admission Requirements
(1) In order for students to apply to a Master degree, the following conditions must be met; a) The candidate must have graduated from at least a four-year course within Turkey or have recieved equivalency from The Council of Higher Education on graduation of a faculty or vocational school from an Institute of Higher Education in a different country. b) Candidates must have obtained a mark of at least 55 from the ALES (Selection Exam for Academic Personnel and Graduate Studies) examination in quantitative or equally weighted areas for natural sciences and health sciences Master courses and verbal or equally wieghted areas for social science Master courses or from an equivalent examination. Graduates from the Faculty of Medicine can apply with the TUS examination (Exam for Specialization in Clinical Medicine) instead of the ALES examination. A minimum of 45 basic science points and clinical medical sciences points are required for candidates applying to basic medical sciences and clinical medical sciences respectively. c) A Bachelor diploma obtained in a country other that Turkey must have been given equivalency from The Council of Higher Education. All other requirements stated in the announcement must be met. (2) In the application to Masters programmes, the following documents must be submitted by the candidates within the application period: a) Original or university certified bachelor degree diploma, b) Bachelor degree grade average and transcript, c) ALES/TUS or equivalent internationally accepted examination results slip, ç) For divisions of graduate schools which require a foreign language, candidates applying to masters programmes with thesis must submit either a ÜDS (Interuniversity Board Foreign Language Exam) or KPDS (Foreign Language Exam for Civil Servants) result slip of a minimum of 40 points or an equivalent mark in an equivalent examination or a minimum of 40 points from the foreign language examination applied by the School of Foreign Languages of the university, a mark of 70 is required for exemption from a prepatory class, d) Application form. (3) In the evaluation and placement of candidates to a Masters programme; 50% of the candidates ALES or TUS mark, 20% of bachelor degree diploma mark and 30% of candiadate interview mark is calculated by the relevant graduate school executive board. Candidates must obtain a mark over 60 points from 100 from each of the three evaluated areas. Candidates interivews are carried out at places and times announced by the relevant graduate school and carried out by a jury consisting of 3 jury members chosen by the relevant graduate school executive board from a list of 4 academic staff recommended by the relevant division. The evaluation of the candidates interview can be carried out as a written examination, oral examination, essay, aptitude test, examination of portfolio or similar examination or a combination of these, according to the characterisitcs of the programme. Candidates who do not enter the interview phase are not evaluated. The results are ranked from highest to lowest. In cases where the same mark is obtained by two or more candidates, the candidates interview mark is given higher consideration. The relevant graduate school is informed of the results within two working days of the final candidate interview and is announced after the relevant Graduate School Executive Board decision is taken. In cases of non-registration by candidates within the required time period, the relevant Graduate School Executive Board may allow other candidates to take their place with reference to the number of unfulfilled quotas and the ranking of the students according to the wishes of the relevant division. (4) For application to Doctoral degrees and Proficiency in Arts programmes: a) Candidates must hold a Bachelors degree or Masters degree in a programme judged as relevant by heads of divisions and recognised by the relevant Graduate School Executive Board, b) Candidates must hold a Medical, Dentisty or Veterinary Sciences diploma of at least ten semester duration, excepting prepatory classes, Pharmacy and Science Bachelor or Masters degree or gained speciality authorisation in a laboratory branch in accordance with the Ministry of Health, c) Candidates must have obtained a mark of at least 55 from the ALES examination in quantitative or equally weighted areas for natural sciences and health sciences Master courses and verbal or equally wieghted areas for social science Master courses. Candidates who apply with a bachelors degree must have obtained a minimum of 70 points, ç) Candidates to medical sciences must have obtained a mimimum of 50 basic science or clinical science points or an equivalent mark in an equivalent examination. d) For applicants to Doctoral degrees and Proficiency in Arts programmes, candidates applying with a Bachelor’s degree must have obtained a Bachelor degree mark average of at least 75 points from a total of 100, those applying with a Master’s degree must have obtained at least 75 points from a total of 100 and those who graduate from faculties with education lasting for at least 10 semesters, excluding prepatory classes, must obtain a minimum of 60 points from a total of 100 on provision of the determination of the highest mark by the relevant graduate school. e) Candidates must possess a mark of at least 55 from ÜDS/KPDS or an equivelent accepted foreign language examination. (5) Candidates to doctoral degrees or Proficiency in Arts programmes who have applied within one semester of completing their Masters education are not required to re-submit an ALES results slip. Graduates of the Faculty of Fine Arts or the State Conservatory are not required to submit an ALES results slip. (6) In the application to Doctoral Degrees or Proficiency in Art programmes, the following documents must be submitted by the candidates within the application period: a) Original Bachelor degree and/or Master degree diploma or university certified copy b) Bachelor degree and/or Master degree grade average and transcript c) ALES/TUS or equivalent internationally accepted examination results slip ç) ÜDS, KPDS or equivalent foreign language results slip d) Application form (7) Candidates applying to Medical Sciences Doctoral degrees: For graduates of a Faculty of Medicine, candidates must have obtained a grade point average of at least 60 and at least 50 basic medical or clinical medical points from the TUS examination or at least 55 points from quantative ALES or an equivalent examination and mark; for graduates of faculties other than the Faculty of Medicine, candidates must possess a Masters degree; for graduates of the Faculty of Dentistry or the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, candidates must have obtained a bachelors degree and at least 55 points from quantative ALES or an equivalent examination and mark (8) In the application to Doctoral Degrees in Basic Medical Sciences or Clinical Medical Sciences, the following documents must be submitted by the candidates within the application period: a) Original Bachelor degree and/or Master degree with thesis diploma or university certified copy b) Bachelor degree and/or Master degree grade average and transcript c) Basic Science or clinical sciences result slip or ALES examination results slip ç) ÜDS, KPDS or equivalent foreign language results slip d) Application form (9) In the evaluation and placement of candidates to a Doctoral degree or proficiency in Art programme; 50% of the candidates ALES or basic medical/ clinical medical TUS mark, 20% of Bachelor / Master degree diploma mark and 30% of candidate interview mark is calculated by the relevant Graduate School Executive Board. Candidates must obtain a mark over 70 points from 100 from each of the three evaluated areas, for those applying with TUS points a minimum of 60 points is required. Candidates interviews are carried out at places and times announced by the relevant graduate school and carried out by a jury consisting of 3 jury members chosen by the relevant Graduate School Executive Board from a list of 4 academic staff recommended by the relevant division. The evaluation of the candidates interview can be carried out as a written examination, oral examination, essay, aptitude test, examination of portfolio or similar examination or a combination of these, according to the characterisitcs of the programme. Candidates who do not enter the interview phase are not evaluated. The results are ranked from highest to lowest. In cases where the same mark is obtained by two or more candidates, the candidates interview mark is given higher consideration. The relevant graduate school is informed of the results within two working days of the final candidate interview and is announced after the relevant Graduate School Executive Board decision is taken. (10) In applications by international students with bachelor degrees from a country other than Turkey or Turkish students who live abroad; candidates may be accepted on the basis of the above principals and a decision by the relevant Graduate School Executive Board after consulting with the division heads within the framework of the principals determined by The Council of Higher Education. (11) Acceptance to graduate programmes in the teacher development area; the minimum mutual courses and practices is based on the form and principals determined by The Council of Higher Education related to evaluation and diplomas.
Specific Arrangements For Recognition Of Prior Learning
? Students who have successfully completed at least one semester and are registered on a graduate programme in a different division or at an Institute of Higher Education other than the university can be accepted to a graduate programme of the university with horizontal transfer. Horizontal transfers are determined by decisions from the Graduate School Executive Board. In order to qualify for horizontal transfer: the candidate must fulfill the pre-conditions for the relevant programme, have successfully completed courses taken in the institute from which transfer is to occur and have a minimum mark of 70 from a total of 100 for a Masters programme and 75 from a total of 100 for a doctoral programme or an equivalent mark. Acceptence of the student is determined by a decision of the relevant Graduate School Executive Borad with reference to the relevant division. ? (1) Recognition of courses successfully completed in a previous graduate programme and a decrease in time related to this recognition, whether the course is to be given credit and in which semester the student can begin graduate education is determined by a decision of the relevant Graduate School Executive Board based on recommendations of the relevant division. The credit total of courses which have been previously successfully completed within the two previous years for which recognition is sought cannot exceed half of the total amount of credit required in the graduate programme as determined in this regulation. (2) Credits which have been counted towards any Masters programme cannot be counted towards a Doctoral degree or a Proficiency in Arts programme. (3) Credit recognition of the marks of successful courses and practices recieved by graduate students who complete a determined amount of time at an Institute of Higher Education abroad within the framework of a bilateral agreement or international agreement is evaluated by the relevant Division Board and Graduate School Executive Board within the framework and principals of the agreements with these countries. Renewal of registration every semester, recognition of their time spent abroad, graduate tuition fees, registration of courses, end of semester supervisor reports, student documents, issuing of transcripts, health problems of outgoing students and similar topics are applied within the framework of the Bilateral agreements. Similarily, the procedures of students who attend the university from abroad within the framework of a Bilateral Agreement are carried out with the same principals.
Profile of The Programme
The aim of the department is to train school administrators and supervisors for the Ministry of National Education. Moreover, with the second cycle programme with thesis, to train academic staff is the other aim of the department . The program includes 6 academicans including 1 professor, 2 assis. professors, 1 lecturer and 2 research assistants.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
Graduated getting the master degree on Educational Administartion, Supervision, Planning and Economics are able to work as administrators in schools and national education directorates and as Academicians in Educational Administartion, Supervision, Planning and Economics departments of universities.
Access to Further Studies
Graduates who successfully completed the Master's Degree may apply to doctorate (third cycle) programmes in the same or in related disciplines.
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
(1) Education-teaching programmes are based around semsters. Examinations are composed of mid-term, end of semester and end of summer school examinations. In order for students to enter end of semester and summer school examinations; they must have participated in a minimum of 70% of theoretical lectures and 80% of laboratory and practical lectures. (2) In the evaluation of courses, theoretical and other learning practices, the Graduate School Executive Borad applies the European Credit Transer System. (3) Full marks in examinations is 100. Examinations can be carried out as written, oral, written-practical and oral-practical examinations. Examination results are entered into the university’s ENBİS system within no later than 15 days of the date of the end of the examination period and are reported to the relevant graduate school by the divisions. Marks are determined by calculating and adding together 40% of the mid-term examination mark and 60% of the end of semester or end of summer school examination mark. In order to be considered as successful on a course, the student must obtain at least 70 for a Masters degree course and at least 75 for a Doctoral degree course in both the total of the examinations and also in the end of semester/ summer school examination. (4) In the evaluation of examinations, the following table is taken into account: MASTERS DEGREE 100 point system Double Letter System 4 point system Evaluation 90-100 AA 4.00 Excellent 85-89 BA 3.50 Excellent 80-84 BB 3.00 Good 75-79 CB 2.50 Good 70-74 CC 2.00 Average 0-69 FF 0.00 Unsuccessful DOCTORAL DEGREE 100 point system Double Letter System 4 point system Evaluation 90-100 AA 4.00 Excellent 85-89 BA 3.50 Excellent 80-84 BB 3.00 Good 75-79 CB 2.50 Good 0-74 FF 0.00 Unsuccessful The following symbols are used in the evaluation of attendence, seminars, thesis study and non-credit courses: S- Successful: Given to successful students for non-credit courses, seminars and studies. U- Unsuccessful: Given to unsuccessful students for non-credit courses, seminars and studies. P- Continuing: Given to students successfully continuing with thesis studies. EX- Exempt: Given to students who have successfully completed courses at universities other than ADÜ which have been accepted by the relevant Graduate School Executive Board. NI- Not counted to grade average: Given to define courses successfully completed with ‘the condition of not being counted towards the grade average’ of the students registered programme or programmes. This mark is shown together with the alphabetical mark of the relevant course on the student’s transcript. Courses of this status cannot be used in equivelency in the student’s registered programme or programmes. NA- Unsuccessful due to non-attendance: Given to students who have not fulfilled the necessary attendance or practical conditions of a course. (NA) mark is processed as (FF) in the calculation of grade point averages. Master Degree 90-100 = AA = 4.00 85-89 = BA = 3.50 80-84 = BB = 3.00 75-79 = CB = 2.50 70-74 = CC = 2.00 0-69 = FF = 0.00
Graduation Requirements
Completing minimum 21- local credits (60 ECTS) courses; preparing an original thesis and presenting the thesis before the jury successfully.
Work Placement
N/A
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