Department of Maritime Business and Management is in the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences. The development of the business science and maritime industry has also required such a multi-disciplinary work within the faculty of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences. As a result, there was a need for an area that was created on the basis of business knowledge and allowed to specialize in the direction of maritime businesses.
Foundation business management; Which is structured to include ship, port, marina and coastal facilities, onshore maritime businesses, international maritime organizations and similar business administrations focused on maritime business; While the first two years overlap with the classical management departments, the last two years have been devoted to mainly maritime business.
The proposed program is tangible to meet a very important requirement from a conjectural point of view. Today, around 500 gross tons of seas and 104,000 ships are circulating the world and at least 1 million university graduates are employed in the ships themselves. On the other hand, many more university graduates who are involved in the operation and services of these vessels are still working on land. Therefore, in terms of maritime economy and management, an important job creation and management of the enterprise in the future is required in this case in the enterprises which are in the right of maritime. While providing services for forwarders, brokers, port operators, warehouse services and gyms both at sea and at sea requires both maritime and economic knowledge, the sector also requires a basic level of maritime knowledge. Also in the academic world, the demand and tendency in this direction is noteworthy. The need for professional, competent and educated leaders in the sector is also increasing. Ports and marinas, maritime marketing and advertising expertise positions, insurance, P & I Clubs, Lloyds, specialized financial institutions in maritime, maritime assets, maritime transport, maritime transport, maritime transport, maritime transport services, forwarders and brokers serving these companies, , Specialized companies in the valuation of facilities and ships, shipbuilding and subsidiary industries and marine tourism companies.
AIM OF THE PROGRAM
The aim of Maritime Business Administration Undergraduate Program; Is to educate contemporary maritime operators who are equipped with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that can work in maritime transportation business and management all over the world, who are expert in maritime and logistics areas, who are not absorbed in ethical values, aware of world facts and embrace importance of lifelong learning. The shipping operator arranges the management plan for the most efficient use of money, materials and human power and the profitable operation of the ships in the operation it operates, supervises the works and provides the connection and organization of the cargo and passenger movements of the vessels.
The program will be in intensive business alliance with the other two programs within the faculty. "International Business and Trade" and "Economics and Finance" sections of the course in terms of terms, especially in the first four semesters in a certain degree of parallelism. However, compulsory and elective courses offered in the following semesters and academic orientation for the department specialization field are provided.