Management Information Systems


The goal of the Management Information Systems Department is to train graduates who will meet the need for qualified human resources equipped with the knowledge and skills that businesses need to meet the needs of the global world. To this end, the lessons in the program are designed to combine the theory and practice required to manage an enterprise and implement developments in information technologies. One of the most important goals of the program is to provide students with a training in the direction of the most up-to-date strategic, managerial and sectoral developments they may encounter in business life and to prepare them as executive candidates for the business world by giving them a management and technology vision focused on today's and future business life.

General Information

Established in the 2014-2015 academic year, the Department of Management Information Systems offers a four-year undergraduate program leading to a B.A. degree. The academic staff consists of 2 professors, 1 associate professor, 1 assistent professor and 1 research assistant.

Qualification Awarded
Level of Qualification

Bachelor’s Degree (First Cycle)

Admission Requirements

Students are accepted through the centrally administered entrance exam conducted by ÖSYM (Student Selection and Placement Center). General admission requirements apply for both Turkish students and students of other nationalities.

Arrangements for the Recognition of Prior Learning

At Ufuk University full-time students can be exempted from some courses within the framework of the related by laws. If the content of the course previously taken in another institution is equivalent to the course offered at Ufuk University, then the student can be exempted from this course with the approval of the related faculty/graduate school after the evaluation of the course content.

Qualification Requirements and Regulations

A student is required to successfully complete the designated list of courses and meet the requirement of a minimum of 240 ECTS credits. The student must have a minimum GPA of 2.00/4.00 and no falling grades.

Profile of the Programme

The aim of Ufuk University Management Informatıon Systems Program is to train graduates who will meet the need for qualified human resources equipped with the knowledge and skills that businesses need to meet the needs of the global world. 

Key Learning Outcomes

1

To grasp the basic conceptual and theoretical frameworks of Management Information Systems discipline.

2

To apply, analyze and evaluate the basic conceptual and theoretical frameworks of Management Information Systems to the fieald of management.

3

To communicate in oral and written foreign languages effectively and to participate in international meetings about the Management Information Systems.

4

To participate and analyze the academic researches about the Management Information Systems.

5

To be able to utilize the computer proggrammes relevant to the job definitions.

6

To evaluate the firms' decisions whether they are appropriate for the law, regulation and moral norms.

7

To have the characteristics of leadership and team membership.

8

To be conscious of the importance of individual and group working and to have the necessary communication skills and responsibility.

9

To update, develop and share with others the learnings in Management Information Systems.

10

To analyze, solve and control the problems in firms.

11

To update,adapt and develop the knowledge according to the various markets.

12

To grasp the security, facility and working environment that firms provide to their empoyees.

13

To prepare, control and evaluate projects which are also benefical for the society in goods or services company.

14

To realize that firms should consider ethical values their activities, structure and communications with their employees.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates
Access to Further Studies

The students graduating from this program may apply to graduate programs.

Courses - Term, Credit and ECTS Credit
- 1 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
1
Compulsory
EKO 101
ECONOMICS I
3
5
1
Compulsory
HUK 115
FUNDAMENTAL KNOWLEDGE OF LAW
3
5
1
Compulsory
MAT 101
MATHEMATICS I
3
5
1
Compulsory
TUR 101
TURKISH I
0
2
1
Compulsory
YBS 105
BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS
3
6
1
Compulsory
İNG 101
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS I
3
4
1
Compulsory
İŞL 101
MANAGEMENT I
3
5
- 2 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
2
Compulsory
EKO 102
ECONOMICS II
3
5
2
Compulsory
İNG 102
ENGLISH LANGUAGE SKILLS II
3
4
2
Compulsory
MAT 102
MATHEMATICS II
3
5
2
Compulsory
TUR 102
TURKISH II
0
2
2
Compulsory
YBS 106
FOUNDATION OF PROGRAMMING
3
6
2
Compulsory
YBS 108
BASIC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
3
5
2
Compulsory
İŞL 102
MANAGEMENT II
3
5
- 3 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
3
Compulsory
TAR 201
THE PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTIONS OF ATATÜRK I
0
2
3
Compulsory
MIS 201
VISUAL PROGRAMMING (ENGLISH)
3
6
3
Compulsory
YBS 203
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
3
5
3
Compulsory
YBS 209
STATISTICS
3
5
3
Compulsory
İŞL 209
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I
3
5
3
Compulsory
İŞL 211
GENERAL ACCOUNTING I
3
5
3
Compulsory
İŞL 213
MANAGEMENT AND ORGANISATION (ENGLISH)
3
5
- 4 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
4
Compulsory
TAR 202
PRINCIPLES AND REVOLUTIONS OF ATATÜRK II
0
2
4
Compulsory
MIS 202
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
3
6
4
Compulsory
MIS 204
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (ENGLISH)
3
5
4
Compulsory
YBS 212
PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH
3
5
4
Compulsory
İŞL 210
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT II
3
5
4
Compulsory
İŞL 212
GENERAL ACCOUNTING II
3
5
4
Compulsory
İŞL 216
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (ENGLISH)
3
5
- 5 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
5
Compulsory
YBS 301
COMPUTER NETWORKS
3
5
5
Compulsory
MIS 301
WEB BASED PROGRAMMING I
3
5
5
Compulsory
İŞL 301
NUMERICAL METHODS I
3
5
5
Compulsory
İŞL 303
MARKETING MANAGEMENT I
3
5
5
Compulsory
MIS 303
ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOR (ENGLISH)
3
5
5
Elective
ULT 305
ELECTRONIC TRADE
3
5
5
Elective
YBS 351
HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
3
5
5
Elective
YBS 353
DEVOLOPING MOBILE APPLICATIONS
3
5
5
Elective
YBS 355
NEW COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
3
5
5
Elective
YBS 357
BASIC LAW
3
5
- 6 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
6
Compulsory
MIS 302
WEB BASED PROGRAMMING II (ENGLISH)
3
5
6
Compulsory
YBS 306
OPERATING SYSTEMS
3
5
6
Compulsory
İŞL 302
NUMERICAL METHODS II
3
5
6
Compulsory
İŞL 304
MARKETING MANAGEMENT II
3
5
6
Compulsory
İŞL 306
PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
3
5
6
Elective
YBS 352
İNSAN BİLGİSAYAR ETKİLEŞİMİ
3
5
6
Elective
YBS 354
İLERİ NESNE YÖNELİMLİ PROGRAMLAMA
3
5
6
Elective
YBS 356
BUSINESS PROCESS ANALYSIS
3
5
6
Elective
İŞL 310
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
3
5
6
Elective
İŞL 312
STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
3
5
- 7 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
7
Compulsory
YBS 401
CORPORATE ARCHITECTURE
3
5
7
Compulsory
YBS 403
RESEARCH METHODS
3
5
7
Compulsory
MIS 403
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
3
5
7
Compulsory
MIS 405
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY
3
5
7
Elective
YBS 451
DATA MANAGEMENT (DMBOK)
3
5
7
Elective
YBS 453
TERM PROJECT I
3
5
7
Elective
YBS 455
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
3
5
7
Elective
YBS 457
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
3
5
7
Elective
İŞL 431
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
3
5
- 8 -
Semester Type Course Code Course Name Credits ECTS Credits
8
Compulsory
MIS 402
INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT MANAGEMENT
3
5
8
Compulsory
MIS 404
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
3
5
8
Compulsory
YBS 406
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MANAGEMENT
3
5
8
Compulsory
İŞL 418
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION
3
5
8
Elective
YBS 410
DATA MINING IN BUSINESS
3
5
8
Elective
YBS 454
TERM PROJECT II
3
5
8
Elective
YBS 456
SEMINAR
3
5
8
Elective
İŞL 420
MANAGERIAL DECISION SYSTEMS
3
5
8
Elective
İŞL 428
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION
3
5
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

A variety of assessment methods such as quizzes, mid-term(s), assignment(s), exercise(s), project(s), practice(s), and a final exam are implemented in the programme. Assessment methods may include classical test(s), multiple-choice test(s), homework(s), performance evaluation(s), and product evaluation(s). In order to graduate from the programme, cumulative GPA must be minimum 2.00. A course grade is constituted by evaluating the above stated elements and given by using letters. Letter grades and their associated coefficients are as follows;

Grade 

Coefficient

Grade Coefficient

AA

4,00

90-100

BA

3,50

80-89

BB

3,00

70-79

CB

2,50

65-69

CC

2,00

60-64

DC

1,50

55-59

DD

1,00

50-54

FF

0,00

0-49

Success Grades
The lowest grade to be successful in a credit course is:

  • For associate degree and undergraduate degree students; DD

Repeating Courses
Students who have received an “FF”, “FD”, “NA”(non-Attendance) or “W” (Withdrawal) in any course or “U” (Unsatisfactory) for non-credited courses must repeat it in the first semester the course is offered again. If a course has a prerequisite the ones who are not successful in the course with prerequisite cannot take that course.

Repeating the Semester
Students whose cumulative grade point average is 1.99 and below at the end of the second semester are considered unsuccessful and they cannot enrol courses from upper grade. Unsuccessful students may retake the courses they failed or succeeded (CC or under) if they want to until they raise their cumulative grade point average to 2.00.

Successful Students
Students whose Cum GPA are at least 2.00 in any semester are considered successful. 

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate from this undergraduate program, the students are required;

To succeed in all of the courses listed in the curriculum of the program by getting the grade of at least DD/S with a minimum of 240 ECTS.

To have a Cumulative Grade point Average of 2.00 out of 4.00.

To complete their compulsory internship in a specified duration and quality.

Mode of Study

Full-time

Programme Director

Prof. Dr. Semih BÜKER

Faculty of Economic and Administrative Sciences

Department of Business Administration

Dr. Rıdvan Ege Kampüsü, Kampüsü Kızılcaşar Mah. 06830

İncek-Gölbaşı/Ankara

Courses – Key Learning Outcomes Relation Matrix
Management Information Systems -Key Learning Outcomes Relation Matrix
 PQ1PQ2PQ3PQ4PQ5PQ6PQ7PQ8PQ9PQ10PQ11PQ12PQ13PQ14 
EKO 101               
MAT 101               
ING 101               
TUR 101               
İŞL 101               
YBS 101               
YBS 103               
EKO 102               
MAT 102               
ING 102               
TUR 102               
İŞL 102               
YBS 102               
YBS 104               
YBS 201               
YBS 203               
İST 207               
İŞL 209               
İŞL 211               
TAR 201               
İŞL 213               
YBS 204               
YBS 202               
İŞL 210               
İŞL 216               
İŞL 212               
TAR 202               
YBS206               
İŞL 301               
İŞL 303               
YBS 303               
İŞL 323               
YBS 301               
YBS 304               
İŞL 304               
İŞL 306               
YBS 306               
YBS 308               
YBS 401               
YBS 403               
YBS 429               
YBS 402               
YBS 406               
İŞL 418               
                
                
                
Electives 
YBS 307               
ULT 305               
YBS 309               
İŞL 311               
YBS 312               
YBS 310               
İŞL 312               
YBS 407               
YBS 409               
İŞL 417               
YBS 408               
YBS 410               
İŞL 420               
NQF-HETR/Program Competencies Matrix

Category

Basic Field Qualification

Programme Qualification

Knowledge 1

Has the advanced basic conceptual knowledge related to the field.

1. To grasp the basic conceptual and theoretical frameworks of Management Information Systems discipline.

3. To communicate in oral and written foreign languages effectively and to participate in international meetings about the Management Information Systems.

5. To be able to utilize the computer proggrammes relevant to the job definitions.

Skill 1

Has the ability to share the theoretical knowledge related to the field with employees and other team members.

8. To be conscious of the importance of individual and group working and to have the necessary communication skills and responsibility.

9. To update, develop and share with others the learnings in Management Information Systems.

Skill 2

Has the ability to interpret and analyze data, by using the theoretical knowledge related to the field in decision, practice and behaviors and find problems and solutions for them.

2. To apply, analyze and evaluate the basic conceptual and theoretical frameworks of Management Information Systems to the field of management.

4. To participate and analyze the academic researches about the Management Information Systems.

6. To evaluate the firms' decisions whether they are appropriate for the law, regulation and moral norms.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility)1

Makes a research and study related to the field.

4. To participate and analyze the academic researches about the Management Information Systems.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility)2

Takes a responsibility of both project leader and project member.

7. To have the characteristics of leadership and team membership.

8. To be conscious of the importance of individual and group working and to have the necessary communication skills and responsibility.

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility)3

States vision and mission for organisation/institution.

2. To apply, analyze and evaluate the basic conceptual and theoretical frameworks of Business Administration to the field of management.

Competence (Learning) 1

Evaluates and criticizes the knowledge gained about the field.

2. To apply, analyze and evaluate the basic conceptual and theoretical frameworks of Management Information Systems to the field of management.

6. To evaluate the firms' decisions whether they are appropriate for the law, regulation and moral norms.

Competence (Learning) 2

Reflects that learning should continue forever.

9. To update, develop and share with others the learnings in business administration.

11. To update,adapt and develop the knowledge according to the various markets.

Competence (Communication and Social) 1

Expresses the knowledge and skills s/he has gained in the field both orally and written.

3. To communicate in oral and written foreign languages effectively and to participate in international meetings about the Management Information Systems.

Competence (Communication and Social) 2

Commuicates with collegues in the field.

3. To communicate in oral and written foreign languages effectively and to participate in international meetings about the Management Information Systems.

8. To be conscious of the importance of individual and group working and to have the necessary communication skills and responsibility.

9. To update, develop and share with others the learnings in Management Information Systems.

Competence (Communication and Social) 3

Is able to use computer software programs and information technologies at the advanced level (“European Computer Driving License”).

5. To be able to utilize the computer proggrammes relevant to the job definitions.

Competence (Communication and Social) 4

Follows the information in his/her field and communicates with colleagues (“at the level of European Language Portfolio Global Scale”, Level B1).

3. To communicate in oral and written foreign languages effectively and to participate in international meetings about the business administration.

Competence (Field Specific)1

Acts according to organisation/institution, business and societal ethics.

6. To evaluate the firms' decisions whether they are appropriate for the law, regulation and moral norms.

14. İşletmelerin faaliyet, çalışma düzeni ve işletme-çalışan-tüketici zincirinde etik değerlere göre hareket etmesi gerektiğini benimser.

Competence (Field Specific) 2

Analyzes carries out the relationships of organisation/institution with its stakeholders.

7. To have the characteristics of leadership and team membership.

Competence (Field Specific) 3

Has the ability to promote the innovations.

9. To update, develop and share with others the learnings in Management Information Systems.

11. To update,adapt and develop the knowledge according to the various markets.

Competence (Field Specific) 4

Has the critical thinking about the organisation/institution.

6. To evaluate the firms' decisions whether they are appropriate for the law, regulation and moral norms.

10. To analyze, solve and control the problems in firms.

Competence (Field Specific) 5

Has sufficient awareness on the universality of social rights, social justice, quality culture, the protection of cultural values and environmental protection and as well on occupational

health and safety issues.

12. To grasp the security, facility and working environment that firms provide to their empoyees.

13. To prepare, control and evaluate projects which are also benefical for the society in goods or services company.

14. To realize that firms should consider ethical values their activities, structure and communications with their employees.

NQF-HETR/Program Competencies Matrix

Basic Field

Program Qualifications

National Qualifications Framework

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

Knowledge

1

                            

1

Knowledge

 

Skill

1

                            

1

Skill

2

                            

2

 

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility)

1

                            

1

Competence (Working Independently and Taking Responsibility)

2

                            

2

3

                            

3

Competence (Learning)

1

                            

1

Competence (Learning)

2

                            

2

                             

3

Competence (Communication and Social)

1

                            

1

Competence (Communication and Social)

2

                            

2

3

                            

3

4

                            

4

                             

5

Competence (Field Specific)

1

                            

1

Competence (Field Specific)

2

                            

2

3

                             

4

                             

5