|Nominal duration||2 years|
|Tuition fee||$4,200.00 per programme
MA/MSc for students whose undergraduate degrees are the same as the MA/MS program applied: 4200 USD Total Cost!
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Undergraduate transcript (a copy translated to Turkish or English)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Turkish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
If student medium of instruction in Undergraduate degree is not English then student will pass English Proficiency Exam in the IAU ÜDS: min 55 TOEFL IBT: min 66 TÖMER B2
Undergraduate diploma (if not in English, a copy translated to Turkish or English)
Master’s Degree Program without thesis in IT-Based Teaching Technologies is a 90 ECTS credit program with a duration of 1,5 academic years and with 3 30-ECTS semesters. The regular program consists of 10 courses of 30 local credits and a term Project. Upon a request by the program director, the institute may require the prospective student to enroll additional courses if his/her background is not considered to be sufficient to follow the program requirements.
Today, one of the most widely spread field of use of the Information Technologies is education/training. Especially, computer-based training, e-learning, etc. are becoming widespread applications. There are two main reasons for this expansion. The first is the classical training/instructional methods due to the increasing population education/training, it is necessary to satisfy the demand in full because of its increasing cost. The second reason is the rapid development of Information Technologies, especially with multi-media opportunities to consolidate learning and data to communicate in a positive manner. All of these developments add to the positive contributions of computer based approaches. Thus, teachers’ self-learning on how we may use Information Technologies along with its products must be improved by Information Technology-supported learning applications in order to develop the education facilities of our country.
Graduate students may specialize in Computer Architecture, Algorithms and Data Structures, Artificial Intelligence, Databases, Computer Networks and Distributed Systems, Computer Graphics, Image Analysis, Numerical Computation, Operating Systems, Parallel Computing, Programming Languages, Software Engineering, Natural Language Processing and Modelling and Simulation.