Master of Business Administration: e-MBA (Distance Education)
Application Deadline: To be announced
Admission Requirements:

  • Undergraduate Degree
  • 55 score from any section in ALES (within last 3 years)
  • 65 score in KPDS/ÜDS or 60 score in TOFEL IBT

Graduation Requirement:
e-MBA program is generally completed in 4 semesters. Graduation requires successful completion of 10 courses and a Graduation Project with a total of 30 credits.


Course Name
Management The purpose of this course is to provide the students with the modern management techniques that are used to sustain competitive advantage for businesses and give them up-to-date information. The main topics of this course are the business environment, organizational structure and management of culture, innovativeness and entrepreneurship, planning and decision-making.
Economics In this course, the concepts of micro and macroeconomics are analyzed. Microeconomic analysis includes the general theory of consumption and production, general equilibrium and welfare theory and income policy. Under macroeconomic analysis, economic doctrines and their evolution, the adjustments of economic policies under systems, national income and development economic theories are discussed.
Financial Accounting This course will explain the preparation of financial statements and accounting records with regards to basic concepts of accounting and the principles of a uniform chart of accounts.
Corporate Finance The purpose of this course is to explain the basic elements of financial management in companies and to consider basic financial decisions and applications under the scope of financial management, investment decisions and financial markets.
Marketing This course will cover the basic principles of marketing, new concepts, marketing planning and management, marketing strategies, marketing information system, consumer behavior, sales and advertisement issues.
Human Resources Management The course will cover a range of subjects from personnel management to human resources management, including the basics of human resources management, the framework of human resources management, the methods and conditions of personnel recruitment, job descriptions, requirements of jobs, performance management, salaries, and career plans.
Management Information Systems This course will examine hardware, software, network, database management systems, e-trade, information security and decision support systems.
Supply Chain Management This course will explain the supply chain, logistics, purchasing, production planning, inventory management, department store, distribution, consumer issues.
Strategic Management This course will explain the stages of strategic decision-making, the components of strategic management, the economic and non-economic aims of a company, SWOT analysis, globalization and global strategies, the implementation of strategies and their evaluation.
E-Commerce This course will explain the importance and dynamics of e-commerce and related concepts, types of e-commerce business models and existing opportunities, e-tailing and e-services, online consumer behavior, online payment systems and security issues, order fulfilment, e-commerce marketing concepts (including e-CRM) and the future of e-commerce activities.
International Business Development Course aims to gain students the abilities necessary to manage the international firm. To this end the course presents and teaches various management tools and methods of international business management as well as major national cultures, and economical geography. In a globalizing World, along with the increase of international trade, our companies are encountering tight competition, and they need competent and well educated managers. Encompassing World’s different trade and law systems, international finance, marketing and human resources management knowledge areas, this course will highly contributiong the above mentionned needs.
Graduation Project