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SUNY-YÖK Dual Diploma Program

Areas of Study: ITU Economics

 

ITU curriculum and class requirements
SUNY-ITU Economics Dual Diploma Program (4-Year Curriculum)

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YEAR ONE

Fall Session (ITU)

 

Spring Session (ITU)

 
Principles of Microeconomics 3 Principles of Macroeconomics [GE: SSCI] 3
Calculus I [GE: MATH] 3 Calculus II  3
English Composition I [GE: COMP] 3 English Composition II  3
Statistics I 3 Statistic II  3
Introduction to Computers 3 Introduction to Law 3
Session credit hours: 15 Session credit hours: 15

YEAR TWO 

Fall Session (ITU)

 

Spring Session (SUNY-New Paltz)

 
Intermediate Microeconomics  3 Intermediate Macroeconomics 4
Mathematical Economics  3 Economics Elective 4
History of Turkish Republic I [GE: WRLD] 2 GE (ART)  3
Turkish I [GE: FLNG] 2 English Writing Course 3
Linear Algebra 3 Modules  
    Economics Elective 4
    Economics Elective 4
Session credit hours: 13 Session credit hours: 22

YEAR THREE

Fall Session (ITU)

 

Spring Session (SUNY-New Paltz)

 
Econometrics I  3 Economics Elective 4
International Trade 3 Economics Elective 4
History of Turkish Republic II [GE: WRLD] 2 General Elective 3
Turkish II [GE: FLNG] 2 Technical Writing 3
Economics Elective 3 Modules  
Global Change [GE: NSCI]  3 Economics Elective 4
    Economics Elective 4
Session credit hours: 16 Session credit hours: 22

YEAR FOUR

Fall Session (ITU)

 

Spring Session (SUNY-New Paltz)

 
Econometrics II  3 Senior Seminar in Economics [Writing intensive course] 4
Economics of Development 3 American Economic Development [GE: USST] 3
International Finance 3 General Elective 3
Turkish Economy 3 GE (HUM)  3
Economics Elective 3 Modules  
    History of Economic Thought [GE: WEST) 4
    Economics Elective 4
Session credit hours: 15 Session credit hours: 21
   

 

Total Credits: 

 

139

    NP 65 (47%) ITU 74 (53%)

 

Notes:

     
ITU's list of Economics electives courses are:      
Game Theory   Applied Econometrics  
Income Distribution and Poverty   Economic Globalization  
Environmental Economics   European Economy & Turkey  
Current Issues in World Economy      
       
SUNY--New Paltz's list of Economics elective courses are:   
Comparative Economic Systems   Labor Economics and Labor Relations  
Monetary Economics   Economics of Energy  
Public Finance   Economics of Asia Pacific  
Economics of Regulation and Antitrust   Political Economy  
European Economic Development      
       
SUNY's General Education (GE) categories are:      
English (COMP)   Art (ART)  
Mathematics (MATH)   Natural Science (NSCI)  
US History (USST)   Western Civilization (WEST)  
Non-West Civilization (WRLD)   Foreign Language (FLNG)  
Social Science (SSCI)   Humanities (HUM)