Course Title Code Semester L+P Hour Credits ECTS
Basic Law * MVU   105 1 2 2 4

Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended Optional Programme Components None

Language of Instruction Turkish
Course Level Short Cycle Programmes (Associate's Degree)
Course Type
Course Coordinator Lec. Filiz YÜCEL
İSA HOROZ1. Öğretim Grup:A
İSA HOROZ1. Öğretim Grup:B
Dr. Öğr. ÜyesiOSMAN İNANÇ GÜNEY2. Öğretim Grup:A
Öğr. Gör.RESUL TELLİ2. Öğretim Grup:B
At the end of this course, the student will learn the definition and basic concepts of law, understand the place and importance of law in social life, foresee possible legal sanctions when s/he disobeys law, learn which branch of law his/her problems may be concerned with and where to apply, learn about the sources of law, know about his/her rights, improve his/her skills to use his/her rights as a citizen.
The concept of law, legal systems, the requirements of law, relationship with other social rules, and types of sanctions. Public law - Private law distinction, branches of law within the framework of this distinction and examine iss ues, Turkish judicial system, judicial institutions and types of cases (actio), Legal event, jural relations, legal actions, rights, classification and protection of rights, a review of civil law issues, Free accountancy and financial consultancy legislation.

Learning Outcomes

Course's Contribution To Program
NoProgram Learning OutcomesContribution
Students have the skill of adopting gained information related to the business and management in decision making, practicing and behaviors.
Students have basic knowledge in the field of accounting and taxation.
Students have the skill of analysing, commending and evaluating the information related to the field of accounting and taxation.
Students fulfill the tasks assigned and have the skill of managing the full procedures.
Students have the skill of recognizing ang solving the problems related to the field of accounting and taxation.
Students take responsibility as a team member when an expected case occurs in practice.
Students behave according to the organizational, behavioral and social ethics.
Students show that they realize the need of constant learning.
Students have the skill of understanding and implementing the vocational laws and regulations.
Students explain the ideas and suggestion in written and oral forms
Students use information and communication technologies and the vocational software programs
Students have the vocational self-confidence
Students are conscious about the universality of social rights, social justice, quality, cultural values, environmental protection and labor safety.

Course Content
WeekTopicsStudy Materials _ocw_rs_drs_yontem
1 The concept of law, the nature of law rules, sanctions, legal rules, social rules and relations and differences of other major legal systems and legal basis of the theories about reviewing lecture notes
2 Branches and review issues of law reviewing lecture notes
3 Sources of the Law reviewing lecture notes
4 State law, the rule of law and social state. reviewing lecture notes
5 Personality law, classification and qualification of persons and reviewing lecture notes
6 Family law, marriage and legal responsibilities, spouses' property regimes, end of marriage and legal consequences, reviewing lecture notes
7 Inheritance law; Legal heirs and responsibilities, Goods law; The sorting of the contestant and the acquisition and right of ownership. reviewing lecture notes
8 Midterm examination reviewing lecture notes
9 Succession, Legal (Statutory) Heirs, Testamentary Heirs, Estate Duty Tax., Property law, Classification of property in different angles. Ownership, kinds of right to property, movable property, immovable property. reviewing lecture notes
10 Contracts, making of contracts, form of contracts and kinds of contracts. reviewing lecture notes
11 Rights, classifications and characteristics of rights.Public rights and private rights, Acquisition and loss of rights. Human rights. reviewing lecture notes
12 Responsibility in Law reviewing lecture notes
13 Judicial places and types of cases reviewing lecture notes
14 Human rights conventions and the European Court of Human Rights reviewing lecture notes
15 Types of contract reviewing lecture notes
16-17 Final examination reviewing lecture notes

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