Courses


EITF 507  Corporate Financial Management

Topics covered are: introduction to finance, finance environment and participants in this environment, what the business finance deals with, financial statements and analysis, cash budgeting, time value of money and risk and return.


EISL 515  Marketing

This course consists of detailed investigations of the topics of the development of marketing management orientations, consumer behavior, targeting, product development, pricing, distribution and communication strategies. All academic work undertaken at Izmir University of Economics is subject to the “Universities’ Academic Honesty Codes and Regulations”. For details, please see: http://isl.ieu.edu.tr/en/akademik-durustluk


EISL 560  Financial Accounting

This course aims to set the fundamental basis for the future accounting courses by covering the bookkeeping process and the reporting of the basic financial statements as the balance sheet, income statement, the statement of cash flows, and the statement of retained earnings.


EISL 567  Dynamics of Organizations

The course provides a strong foundation of research and knowledge on organizational dynamics. After reviewing historical development of management, students will be informed about key individual characteristics affecting key organizational outcomes. Then, these characteristics will be linked to group processes as well as organizational settings. At the end of the course, students will be able to analyze organizations that they are members in and take more effective actions in them.


EISL 508  Strategic Management

This course covers basic concepts, tools, and principles of developing business strategies and analyzing competitive environment. The course aims to develop and understanding of managerial decisions and actions that effect survival and performance of business enterprises. The course focuses on knowledge and skills which hmanagers must possess in order to develop strategies under competitive conditions, position their business, decide on boundaries, and increase success and profitrability in the long run.


EISL 507  Technology and Operations Management

Product systems, Operations management functions, production planning, inventory management, design of goods and services, process and product strategies, capacity planning, location analysis, layout strategies.


EUTF 507  Corporate Financial Management

Topics covered are: introduction to finance, finance environment and participants in this environment, what the business finance deals with, financial statements and analysis, cash budgeting, time value of money and risk and return.


EISL 597  Term Project

During this course student will be directed to prepare a term project


Elective Courses


EHUK 519  Business Law

Basic concepts of the law of obligations, general legal regime of contractual obligations, special types of contracts, basic concepts of Commercial Law, general principles of Company Law, corporations, limited liability company, negotiable instruments, unfair competition, Intellectual Property Rights, Labor Law and Social Security Law


EISL 503  Quantitative Methods

The main emphasis of the course is how to model a managerial problem using mathematical modeling (Linear programming and Integer programming). Many examples from different application areas are given. Solution techniques for some special problems are discussed.


EISL 509  Human Resources Management

Issues in the strategic HRM will be covered as well as the HRM activities like HR planning and recruitment, hiring, training and development, compensating, appraising, career and succession planning, and their interaction with each other.


EISL 512  Total Quality Management

Competition and quality concepts, principles and implementation of TQM, tools and techniques of TQM, statistics, probability, control charts, reliability are the subjects of the course.


EISL 514  Project Management

These issues compose the course: selecting projects strategically, the role of the projects in the organizations, planning the work activities, project costs and budget, project activity scheduling


EISL 516  Production Planning and Inventory Control

The main topics covered in the course are related to production planning and stock control.


EISL 523  International Marketing

Globalization, global marketing environment, identifying potential markets and market selection, entry strategies, global segmentation, targeting and positioning, global product, price, distribution and promotion strategies are the topics that will be discussed in details.


EISL 537  Consumer Behavior

Moving from micro to macro topics, perception, learning, motivation, personality and lifestyle, attitudes, identities, decision making mechanisms and social and cultural interactions of consumers are the main topics of this course. Different dimensions of consumption before, during and after purchasing are investigated.


EISL 550  Coaching, Leadership and Career Management

In this course, students will learn basic coaching skills and leadership styles. They will be better acquainted with the values, strengths and developmental areas, and will learn how they can demonstrate their coaching approach in their leadership styles. They will learn and experience the evaluation and self-management tools necessary for career planning.


EISL 564  Marketing Research

This course provides a broad overview of marketing research from a practical and applied perspective. Students will learn the basics of research and how to conduct a research project.


EISL 566  Auditing

Covers the framework of accounting auditing as an important part of the corporate governance and financial reporting process. Auditor independence, the phases of the auditing process, and the preparation of the auditing reports will be discussed.


EISL 570  Organizational Behavior

Individual behaviors, personality, work values, motivation, groups and teams, motivation, leadership, power, conflict and negotiation in organizations are some of the topics included in this course.


EISL 573  International Financial Reporting and Analysis

This course examines Financial statement analysis, stressing the business and industrial analysis. The Framework of the international financial reporting standards and the notable standards will be discussed.


EISL 592  Management Information Systems

Information concept, transition process to the information society, and its effect on business administration, using computeraided information systems applications in businesses, choosing, improvement, and installment of information systems in businesses, applications of information systems in businesses are the subjects of the course


ELOJ 518  Logistics and Supply Chain Management

This course examines the planning and management of logistics functions and supply chain activities. Emphasis is placed on the introduction to physical distribution and logistics, logistics systems, product and logistics, logistics and supply chain management, order management and customer service, protective packaging and materials handling, traffic management, principles of inventory management, distribution centers and warehousing, logistics costs and cost tradeoff, information technology and electronic logistics, outsourcing and third party logistics, supplier selection and development, demand management, quick response, vendor managed inventory, logistics options, strategic alliances, and performance measurement. The integration of purchasing, materials management, and multifirm logistics planning will also be discussed.


EMI 502  Integrated Marketing Communications

In this course, by addressing theories in the literature, the fundamentals of IMC concept will be discussed. The contemporary discussions will be run with theoretical approach. While discussing advertising, public relations, sales promotion, direct marketing, and personal selling concepts, contents and executions, the role of marketing communications, integrated marketing communications and marketing and IMC plan will be evaluated with an advanced approach.


EUTF 501  International Financial Markets

The main objective is to explore the primary theoretical and practical concepts that dominate international financial markets and those that should be taken into consideration during international risk management and investment decisions.