SAYD 601 Cultural Studies (3-0) 3
This course focuses on modern and post-modern design and art from the Industrial Revolution and Enlightenment to the end of the 20th century. It provides a framework through a chronological survey of architecture, sculpture, painting, furniture, industry and graphic design, connected to cultural, political, religious, socio-economic and technological contexts and their tools. The course builds a solid knowledge of important monuments and design and artworks. It develops the skills necessary to identify the stylistic trends of the design and art of the time period in question and to describe its characteristics such as typology, iconography, material and technique. Finally, it introduces modern and post-modern design / art theories by enhancing students' reflective critical evaluation. The course is for design students.
SAYD 602 Furniture Design and Manufacturing (3-0) 3
The elective course gives a wide overview about skills and techniques for the design of furniture. The practice-based approach aims to develop student’s ability to combine theoretical knowledge and creative design with manufacturing methods from traditional to the most advanced. Contents touch various subjects such as Ergonomics and the interaction human-objects; tools, manufacturing processes and materials; historical insights of furniture design. The practical section of this course will be developed in cooperation with local partners from the private and public sector, for instance shipyards, furniture workshops, art galleries and health clinics in order to involve students in assignments based on real needs and to simulate the interaction between designer and customer. There is also the possibility to engage in design competitions. In this course students learn by making their own products.
SAYD 603 Innovation (3-0) 3
This course; It is designed for students concerned with design, invention and meaningful expression of creative ideas. It is designed to help explore and understand their critical roles in the invention / creative process and ultimately give insight into the technologist's role in creating wealth.
SAYD 604 Morphology (3-0) 3
Lesson; It aims to teach the chronological structure of design projects using the morphological process starting from the arrangement of shapes, with the method of induction in a cause - effect relationship, collecting form information according to morphological needs. Students will learn about the function, safety, operability and so on. They are expected to work on direct reflecting and linear, shape, color, material and other elements. In addition, during this study; 1. Analyzing various reasons that restrict the form, 2. Abstract connotation of forms - trend and harmonization - finding common features between new forms and natural form, geometric forms and their variations, 3. choice of form (form comfort, functional relationship, semantic, visual effect) and to explore the possibility of successful design.
SAYD 605 Project Management (3-0) 3
In light of the growing need for architectural project management professionals to effectively lead the design and construction phase, the new, forward-thinking architectural project management graduate course seeks to understand the design and construction phases of complex buildings while actively dealing with technological challenges in the building industry. An architectural project manager ensures that projects are designed and built on time and on budget, while maintaining the integrity of the design, while fully complying with regulations and sustainability standards and criteria. Using up-to-date knowledge in project management theory and practice, this course aims to provide students with information on what vision they should have to shape the future of the local and international construction industry and the tools they should have for this.
SAYD 606 Shipwreck Drawing (3-0) 3
This course aims to teach students the necessary understanding and narration techniques to develop the ability of the designer to tell with the line in the creative process, to observe and to maintain the continuity in the creation stages.
SAYD 607 Technopreneurship (3-0) 3
To be able to explain the concept of techno-entrepreneur. To express the concepts of creativity and innovation. To explain the commercialization process of a business idea. To explain the details of entrepreneurial marketing. To be able to define managerial issues that techno-entrepreneurs need to know. To be able to define legal subjects that tech-entrepreneurs should know. To be able to explain the managerial issues that the techno-entrepreneur should know. To be able to define the characteristics of the tech-entrepreneur. To be able to define the concept of sustainability and to explain the dilemma of the innovator. To be able to discuss the future of techno-enterprises
SAYD 609 Trend Analysis (3-0) 3
Within the scope of the course, socio-cultural indicators are defined, the study of processes and techniques, past and future trends are discussed. The methods that cause future trends in design are examined. In addition, it includes studies on addressing brand management in terms of competitive strategy and how brands are managed.
SAYD 610 Underwater Archeology (3-0) 3
The aim of the course is to introduce students to the basic methods of underwater archeology and to examine the most important excavations of shipwrecks and harbors. Information extracted from each find will be studied, as well as key issues related to shipbuilding, maritime traffic, and trade. In order to grasp the nature of underwater archaeological research as an integral part of the science of archeology, special attention will be paid to linking marine finds with evidence emerging from the study of historical sources and field studies.
VCDE 307 Infographic Design (2-2) 3
The aim of this course is to provide education about the design logic of detailed and descriptive graphic works prepared to provide easy understanding of digital data, which is considered dense in terms of content and meaning.