2018-2019 Summer Semester Course Schedule2018-19 Psikoloji Bölümleri Yaz Dönemi Ders Programı.xls(Updated 09.07.2019)2018-19 Felsefe Bölümü Yaz Dönemi Ders Programı.xlsx (Updated 08.07.2019)2018-19 SBU Yaz Dönemi Ders Programı.xls (Updated: 08.07.2019)2018-19 Sosyoloji Yaz Dönemi Ders Programı.xlsx (Updated 08.07.2019)
2018-2019 Summer Semester courses are listed in the file below.2018-2019 Summer Semester Courses (Updated: 01.07.2019 - 20:00)
Single Course Exam for Graduation Student ListThe students who are eligible to take Single Course Exam for Graduation, dated 01 July 2019, are listed in the file below.Single Course Exam for Graduation Student List
İTBF 2018-2019 Spring Resit Exam Schedule2018-19 Psikoloji Bölümleri Bahar Dönemi Bütünleme Sınavları.xlsx2018-19 SBU Bölümü Bahar Dönemi Bütünleme Sınavları.xls (Updated 12.06.2019)2018-19 Sosyoloji Bölümü Bahar Dönemi Bütünleme Sınavları.xlsx2018-19 Tarih Bölümü Bahar Dönemi Bütünleme Sınavları.xlsx2018-19 Felsefe Bölümü Bahar Dönemi Bütünleme Sınavları.xlsx (Updated 14.06.2019)
Announcement regards to Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Single Course Exam for GraduationStudents who have failed a single course even though they meet the requirements for graduation, will be offered a single course exam according to Article 32/1 of "Üsküdar University Associate Degree and Undergraduate Education and Teaching Regulations". The students are required to submit their petitions on 26-27-28 June 2019 related to the single course exam after receiving the advisor's approval and submitting their transcripts to the Editorial and Archive Assistant Aysel ÇALIM (Main Campus, 3. Floor, Classroom 309).Single Course Exam;Date: 01.07.2019, Monday Time: 11:00-12:00Location: Main Campus A Block 306-308"Single Course Exam: It is the exam given with the decision of the Board of Directors of the related unit, to the student who has failed a single course as a result of the make-up exams in order to graduate. The grade obtained in this exam replaces the course success grade."
2018-2019 Spring Conflicting Midterm Exam ScheduleThe students lists for the conflicting final exams are attached in the files below.Psikoloji Bölümü Bahar Çakışan Sınav Tablosu.xlsxSosyoloji Bölümü Bahar Çakışan Sınav Tablosu.xlsxSBU Bölümü Bahar Çakışan Sınav Tablosu.xlsx
İTBF 2018-2019 Spring Final Exam SchedulePsikoloji Bölümleri 2018-2019 Bahar Final Programı.xlsx (Last Update: 17.05.2019 10:30)SBU Bölümleri 2018-2019 Bahar Final Programı.xlsSosyoloji Bölümü 2018-2019 Bahar Final Programı.xlsxFelsefe Bölümü 2018-2019 Bahar Final Programı.xlsx (Last update: 15.05.2019 10:40)Tarih Bölümü 2018-2019 Bahar Final Programı.xlsx (Last update: 06.05.2019 14:18)
RCUL102 University Culture Reports DeliveryAll the students of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (Psychology, Psychology (English), Sociology, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations, Political Science and International Relations (English) and History) must hand in at least five reports about the events and activities in the university for the RCUL102 University Culture course to their advisors with signature by the date 27-31 May 2019.The reports should be unique and it is absolutely necessary to hand in the reports with the cover page in the link below.P.S. The reports without properly filled cover pages and those that are the same with others’ will not be accepted. If you don’t sign your name while handing in your reports, they will not taken into consideration. University Culture Cover Page.docx
Conflicting Midterm ExamsStudents having conflicting midterm exams need to fill up a form about their exams. The application process will end on Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 16.00 pm. The forms need to be taken from and delivered to the Research Assistants stated below. Philosophy : Merve Arlı (A 323)History: Salih Bilgin (A 331)Sociology: Bengi Çakmak (A 331)Political Science and International Relations (Turkish and English): Ali Ekmekçi (A 323)Psychology(Turkish and English): Betül Çelebi (A 331) and Hasan Özdemir(A 331)
Due to the National Child Development Congress to be held on 29-30 April, the classes in the Kuleli Hall will be held at the same time in the classes specified below:FEL232 Modern Logic course, which is being held in the Kuleli hall on Monday, will be held at the Central Campus B Block MB303.PHIL113 Basic Topics of Philosophy course, which is being held in Kuleli Hall on Tuesday, will be held at the Central Campus D Block MD202.
As a joint event of the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Ryan Manhire from Åbo Academy and from Flinders University will give a seminar titled “Indigenous Australia: Language, Art, and the Struggle for a Place in Contemporary Australia” in A Blok Class 303 on 15th April at 15:30.Seminar language is English. You can find information about the talk and the speaker below.Title:Indigenous Australia: Language, Art, and the Struggle for a Place in Contemporary AustraliaAbstract:I will begin by providing a brief outline of the all-encompassing worldviews of Indigenous Australian ways of being in the world, which include the importance of place, language, and what have come to be referred to, in a very simplified way in English, as “Dreaming narratives”. I will then provide an historical and contemporary account of some of the consequences of British colonisation in Australia, before turning to a discussion of the way in which Indigenous Australian art, and Indigenous Australian language maintenance, are seen as two important ways of retaining a complex series of cultures and ways of being in the world that struggle to survive – due to hostile external forces – to this day.Bio: Ryan Manhire is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at Åbo Akademi, Finland, and Flinders University, Australia. His Doctoral thesis focuses on the notion of moral certainty, as influenced by the philosophical writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Other areas of interest include the subjects of racism and dehumanisation, as well as the complex worldviews and languages of Indigenous Australians, and the consequences of colonisation.
2018-2019 Spring Conflicting Midterm Exam ScheduleThe students lists for the conflicting midterm exams are attached in the files below.Psikoloji Bölümü Bahar Çakışan Sınav Tablosu.xlsxSBU Bölümü Bahar Çakışan Sınav Tablosu.xlsxSosyoloji Bölümü Bahar Çakışan Sınav Tablosu.xlsx
İTBF 2018-19 Spring Midterm Exam SchedulePsikoloji 2018-19 Bahar Vize Sınav Programı.xlsxPsikoloji İngilizce 2018-19 Bahar Vize Sınav Programı.xlsxSosyoloji 2018-19 Bahar Vize Sınav Programı.xlsxSBU 2018-19 Bahar Vize Sınav Programı.xls (Update: 18.03.2019 16:30)Felsefe 2018-19 Bahar Vize Sınav Programı.xlsx (Update: 21.03.2019 15.10)Tarih 2018-19 Bahar Vize Sınav Programı.xlsx
Conflicting Midterm ExamsStudents having conflicting midterm exams need to fill up a form about their exams. The application process will end on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 17.30 pm. The forms need to be taken from and delivered to the Research Assistants stated below. Philosophy : Merve Arlı (A 323)History: Salih Bilgin (A 331)Sociology: Bengi Çakmak (A 331)Political Science and International Relations (Turkish and English): Ali Ekmekçi (A 323)Psychology(Turkish and English): Yelda İbadi (A 323) and Hasan Özdemir(A 331)
The course MATH 103 Mathematics instructed by Asst. Prof Ergun Eray Akkaya on Friday in classroom MB 04 will henceforth take place in 14:40-17:30 time period.
PSY454 Field Practice will not be held on 25.02.2019 (Monday)
The course time of PSY 324 Neuroscience (on Wednesday) has changed as 8:40-10:30.
STUDENTS WHO PASS WITH THE LETTER GRADE DD (50 POINTS) AND ABOVE AND GET EXEMPT FROM THEIR ENGLISH COURSES CAN GIVE UP THEIR SUCCESSFUL GRADES BY SUBMITTING PETITIONS TO THEIR FACULTY DEANS UNTIL THE DATE 15th FEBRUARY AND TAKE THE SPRING SEMESTRE ENGLISH COURSE IF THEY WISH ON THE CONDITION THAT THEY MEET ALL THE DEMANDS OF THE LESSON DURING THE SEMESTRE. YOUR PETITIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.
For the Attention of 1st Year Political Science and International Relations Students! (English Department)!The course time of PSIR 140 Introduction to Law (on Wednesday) has changed as 9:40-12:30.
For the Attention of Our StudentsFaculty Advisors table is attached below.Faculty Advisors 2018-2019 Spring Term