Program Learning Outcomes


PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Knowledge
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Skill
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Autonomy & Responsibility
(Ability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility)
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Learning to Learn
(Learning Ability)
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Communication & Social
(Communication and Social Competence)
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Occupational and/or Vocational
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National Qualifications Of Level National Qualifications Of Field Program Learning Outcomes
Knowledge
(Corporate, Factual)
  • Having advanced theoretical and practical knowledge supported by coursebooks, application tools and other sources with up-to-date information in the area of study.
  • Based on the qualifications earned in secondary education; the student understands the concepts related to their area of study as well as the relationship between concepts.
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  • The student has knowledge about the nature of knowledge, its boundaries, its correctness, its reliability and its validity.
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  • The student is able to discuss the methods of producing scientific knowledge.
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  • The student has the knowledge of teaching programs, teaching strategies, methods and techniques and measurement and evaluation knowledge in the area of study.
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  • The student has knowledge of the development, learning characteristics and learning difficulties of students.
  • The student gets to know the national and international cultures.
Skill
(Cognitive, Applied)
  • Being able to use advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of study.
  • The student uses advanced information sources in their area of study.
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  • Being able to interpret and evaluate data using advanced knowledge and skills in their area of study, identifying and analyzing problems and developing solutions based on research and evidence.
  • The student conceptualizes the events and phenomena related to their ara of study, analyzes using scientific methods and techniques and interprets and evaluates the data.
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  • The student identifies, analyzes, develops evidence-based and research-based solutions to problems in their area of study.
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  • The student applies the most appropriate teaching strategies, methods and techniques taking into consideration the developmental characteristics of students, individual differences.
  • The students develops materials that are appropriate to the area of study and the needs of the student.
  • The student evaluate the learners' achievements from different angles using various methods.
Autonomy & Responsibility
(Ability to Work Independently and Take Responsibility)
  • Being able to carry out an advanced study independently of the area of study.
  • The student takes responsibility in individual and group work and fulfills the task effectively.
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  • Being able to take responsibility as individuals and team members to solve complex and unforeseen problems encountered in the applications related to the area of study.
  • The student recognizes himself as an individual; uses its creative and powerful aspects and improves its weaknesses.
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  • Planning and managing activities for the development of employees under their responsibility in a project framework.
  • The student is responsible as an individual and team member for solving complex and unforeseen problems encountered in practice.
Learning to Learn
(Learning Ability)
  • Being able to evaluate advanced knowledge and skills in the area of study with a critical approach.
  • The student evaluates the knowledge and skills they have achieved with a critical approach.
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  • Being able to determine learning needs and guiding the learning process.
  • The student determines learning needs and guides learning.
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  • Being able to develop a positive attitude towards life-long learning.
  • The student develops a positive attitude towards lifelong learning.
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  • The student effectively uses ways to access information.
Communication & Social
(Communication and Social Competence)
  • Being able to inform related persons and institutions about issues related to the field; Being able to transfer ideas and suggestions for solutions to problems in writing and verbally.
  • The student actively participates in artistic and cultural events.
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  • Being able to share ideas and suggestions for solutions to problems with experts and non-experts by supporting quantitative and qualitative data.
  • The student shows that society and the world are sensitive to the events / developments on the agenda, and it follows these developments.
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  • Being able to organize and implement projects and activities for the social environment with social responsibility awareness.
  • The student plans and implements professional projects and activities for the social environment in which they are aware of social responsibility.
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  • Using a foreign language at least at the European Language Portfolio Level B1 to monitor and communicate with colleagues in the field.
  • The student informs related persons and institutions about issues related to the area of study.
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  • Being able to use computer software and information and communication technologies at least at European Computer Usage License Advanced level required by the area of study.
  • The student share ideas and suggestions for solutions to problems with experts and non-experts by supporting quantitative and qualitative data.
  • The student uses a foreign language at least at the level of the European Language Portfolio B1 and keeps up with the information in the field and communicates with colleagues.
  • The student uses information and communication technologies at the advanced level of European Computer Use License.
  • The student experiences different cultures and adapts to social life.
Occupational and/or Vocational
(Field Specific Competence)
  • Complying with the social, scientific, cultural and ethical values in the stages of collecting, interpreting, applying and announcing the results related to the area of study.
  • The student sets an example regarding their external appearance, attitude and behavior in society.
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  • Having sufficient consciousness about the universality of social rights, social justice, quality culture and protection of cultural values and environment protection, occupational health and safety.
  • The student behaves in accordance with democracy, human rights, social, scientific and professional ethical values.
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  • The student participates in quality management and processes, and behaves accordingly.
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  • The student establishes personal and institutional interaction in order to create and sustain a safe school environment.
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  • The student has sufficient consciousness on environmental protection and work safety issues.
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  • The student is aware of the national and universal sensitivities expressed in the National Education Law.
  • The student acts in accordance with the laws and regulations concerning the duties, rights and responsibilities of the individual and their area of study.

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