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Double Major Programs

 

Applications can be made at the beginning of the third semester at the earliest and the fifth semester at the latest in the Major Program.

     *In the third, at the latest in the fifth semester in the Major Program

     *Minimum GPA of at least 2.72 out of 4.00

     *At 20% in terms of success,    

     *Students who have passed all the courses they took in the Major Program can apply.

               ***A student who has received an FF grade in XXX, then re-takes this course and succeeded with a CC grade can apply. The important thing is the final grade of the courses.

OSYM students can apply if they have a Central Placement Score not less than the base score of the Double Major program in the relevant year.

The criterion for international students to provide a base score is evaluated together with the International Office and the relevant Faculty within the scope of "Regulations for the Acceptance of Foreign Students into undergraduate Programs".

 

 

 

Students who have passed all the courses they took in the Major Program can apply.

               ***A student who has received an FF grade in XXX, then re-takes this course and succeeded with a CC grade can apply. The important thing is the final grade of the courses.

Applications can be made to more than one Double Major Program at the same time. However, only one Double Major Program can be registered.

IT is not necessary. Common courses with the same code, same name, and same credit, which are successful in the Major Program and included in the Double Major Program, are transferred directly to the Double Major Program by the Student Affairs Directorate after graduating from the Major Program are made.

The student must make a written application to the Faculty Dean of the relevant Double Major Program for the exemption of the courses that are not common in the Major and Double Major Programs.

 

Failure in the Double Major Program does not affect the success and graduation processes in the Major Program.

During the entire extent of the Double Major Program, the GPA of the student in the Major Program may drop to 2.50 out of 4.00 for just one time.

In addition, for any student whose GPA falls below 2.72 out of 4.00 more than once, registration will be canceled from the Double Major Program.

 

After graduating from the Major Program, it is required to graduate from the Double Major Program in a maximum period of 7 years from the registered academic year.

 

Scholarships for double major students continue uninterruptedly for a maximum of four years, ie eight semesters, from the semester they start the Double Major Program.

The student who freezes his/her registration in the Major Program is deemed to have frozen his/her registration in the Double Major Program at the same time.

The two programs are evaluated independently of each other in the freezing process of students who have graduated from the Major Program and are continuing in the Double Major Program while they are continuing in the postgraduate program with a Major diploma.

Students can not have their graduation diploma for the Double Major Program until all graduation requirements for the Major Program have been fulfilled.

  • The student's registration is canceled from the Double Major Program upon his/her written request to Student Affairs Directorate.
  • During the entire extent of the Double Major Program, a student’s GPA of Major Program may drop to a GPA of 2.50 out of 4.00 for just one time.For any student whose GPA falls below 2.72 out of 4.00 more than once, registration will be canceled from the Double Major Program.

 

 

 

Courses that the student successfully passed in the Double Major Program may be used to fulfill the elective course requirements of his/her Major Program upon the suggestion of his/her adviser and the decision of the related Faculty Administrative Board.

Students who cancelled his/her Registration from a Double Major Program before meeting the requirements for graduating from the Major Program may register for a minor program upon the decision of the related Administrative Board providing that they meet the eligibility criteria to apply for that minor program. Such students can apply to have the courses they passed during their Double Major Program counted towards their minor program.

Students who have graduated from the Major Program and continue to the Double Major Program can apply for a Master's Degree.

 

Minor Program

The student can apply to the minor programs at the beginning of the third semester at the earliest and the sixth semester of their major undergraduate program.

In order to apply to the Minor Program, the student must have successfully completed all the credit courses taken in the Major Program (final grades of the courses) until the semester they applied (at the beginning of the third semester at the earliest and the sixth semester), her/his GPA at the time of application must be at least 2.50  out of 4.00 and must meet the other requirements of the program they’ve applied for if any.

For example: A student who has an FF grade from the XXX course and then retakes this course and succeeds with a CC grade can apply.

In order to apply to the Minor Program, the student must have successfully completed all the credit courses taken in the Major Program (final grades of the courses) until the semester they applied (at the beginning of the third semester at the earliest and the sixth semester)

For example: A student who has an FF grade from the XXX course and then retakes this course and succeeds with a CC grade can apply.

Applications can be made to more than one Minor Program at the same time. However, only one Minor Program can be registered.

A student must achieve a minimum GPA of 2.29 out of 4.00 in his/her Major Program in order to be able to continue his/her Minor Program.

Students who have fulfilled the requirements for graduation from their major but not from their minor are given up to two extra semesters with the decision of the related administrative board. During this additional period students continue paying tuition fee for their minor program.

Students who have suspended studies for their major are deemed to have suspended studies for their minor as well. However, in the suspension of studies of students who have completed their major but not their minor and who are studying at a graduate program, two programs are evaluated separately.

Students who have fulfilled the requirements for graduation from their Major Program and who have completed their Minor Program with a minimum GPA of 2.00 out of 4.00 are given a Minor Certificate.

  • The student's registration is canceled from the Minor Program upon his/her written request to Student Affairs Directorate.
  • A student must achieve a minimum GPA of 2.29 out of 4.00 in his/her Major Program in order to be able to continue his/her Minor Program. A student who cannot meet this requirement for at least two consecutive semesters will be deregistered from the Minor Program.

 

Courses that the student successfully passed in the Minor Program may be used to fulfill the elective course requirements of his/her Major Program upon the suggestion of his/her adviser and the decision of the related Faculty Administrative Board.

Minor Program courses not accepted for the Major Program of the student get included in the student’s transcript and the diploma supplement but they do not get calculated into his/her graduation grade and GPA.