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Department of Education Management Audit, Planning and Economics

Department of Education Management Audit, Planning and Economics

Genel Görünüm

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION 

Educational Administration (Inspection Planning and Economics Division) started education with a master's program with thesis in the 2003-2004 academic year under the umbrella of the Department of Educational Sciences. 1 professor, 5 associate professors, 1 doctorate lecturer and 1 research assistant work in our department.

 The vision of our discipline is to train experts and manager candidates who have the idea of ​​individual and academic development, and to ensure that the understanding of development becomes widespread. There are three graduate education programs in our department: master's with thesis, master's without thesis (evening education) and doctorate.

The master's program with thesis took its first students in the 2003-2004 academic year. As of the 2018-2019 academic year, 31 students have graduated. In this program, in order to reach the latest information, to interpret them, to associate with past knowledge, to combine theory and practice, to provide the necessary theoretical and practical training, to guide and to realize them in order to train academic experts and managers candidates who have academic skills and a scientific attitude related to their field. It is aimed to support the required manpower.

After the scientific preparation, which consists of 2 semesters and 4 compulsory courses, is achieved in our Master's program with thesis, the graduate stage is started. At this stage, there are 1 compulsory and 7 elective (24 credits in total) courses, as well as a seminar and a thesis study. In our program, a large amount of English literature is followed. The content of the program was reviewed and some of the theoretical and practical courses were rearranged, the number of courses aimed at strengthening research competencies was increased, and the range of courses in the program was expanded by increasing the number of elective courses.

The Master's Program without Thesis, on the other hand, started teaching by taking its first students as of the fall semester of the 2015-2016 academic year. The aim of the program is to train administrators, auditors and teachers of public and private sector educational institutions, education experts, education management inspection planning and economy. It is aimed that the candidates participating in the program, which is intended to be presented professionally and scientifically, will contribute to their professional and personal development, share the gains they will gain starting from their own institutions with their colleagues, create an awareness in the field and look at the world of education as a scientist.

The duration of the non-thesis master's program is 3 semesters. The program includes 10 courses and a term project. In the first two terms, 10 courses consisting of five courses must be completed successfully, and the term project in the third term.

The Doctorate Program received its first students in the 2019-2020 academic year. The main aim of the program is to train lecturers, researchers and senior managers in the field of educational administration. Education Management doctorate program deals with topics such as basic theories and practices of educational administration, leadership theories, philosophy of science, development of human resources, school improvement and development, accountability and internal control, education planning, education economics, and different perspectives on educational management. It is aimed to develop the theoretical and applied knowledge and skills of researchers and to contribute to scientific knowledge in the field.


Publications in International Scientific Journals(last two years)

2020
1. Karatepe, R.; Akay, C. The study of the relationship between 21st-century learner skills, individual innovativeness and epistemological beliefs of teacher candidates by structural equation modelling. SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, 2020, 40, 1-15.
http://www.sajournalofeducation.co.za/index.php/saje/article/view/1795/1021