|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Micro Economics *||MVU 103||1||4||4||4|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||Turkish|
|Course Level||Short Cycle Programmes (Associate's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Lec. Selman TEZEKİCİ|
Analysis of micro-economic issues is intended to comment.
1) To learn the basic concepts of economics, 2) learning goals and objectives of economics 3) the basic economic problems of scarcity and the need to learn 4) that the market mechanism of supply, demand and price of the concepts learned 5) Flexibility to learn the concept of elasticity of demand and supply with 6) Consumer balance of learning theories for ordinal and cardinal 7) Manufacturer balance learning, the economy, the market conception of species 8) effect and the income share of the markets grasp
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
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.
|1||Properties of Economics||reviewing lecture notes|
|2||Determining needs||reviewing lecture notes|
|3||Classifying benefit||reviewing lecture notes|
|4||Other concepts in economics||reviewing lecture notes|
|5||Determining consumer equilibrium||reviewing lecture notes|
|6||Determining demand creation||reviewing lecture notes|
|7||Distinguishing types of demand elasticity||reviewing lecture notes|
|9||Classifying production||reviewing lecture notes|
|10||Determining supply creation||reviewing lecture notes|
|11||Carrying out cost analyses||reviewing lecture notes|
|12||Determining producer's equilibrium||reviewing lecture notes|
|13||Determining Supply-Demand equilibrium||reviewing lecture notes|
|14||Classifying market types||reviewing lecture notes|
|15||Distinguishing equilibrium formation in different markets||reviewing lecture notes|
|Recommended or Required Reading|