Computer Education and Instructional Technology Undergraduate Program (Turkish) (B.S., 4 Years)
The fundamental mission of the Computer Education and Instructional Technology Undergraduate Program (Turkish) is to bring up qualified and well-informed professionals who possess and effectively use the information and skills in the relevant field in catering for the demands of the current age.
The four-year Computer Education and Instructional Technology Undergraduate Program (Turkish) offers education in three distinct areas, namely basic computer sciences, instructional technologies and educational sciences, all enabling our graduates to pursue an array of employment opportunities.
Approved by the Turkish Higher Education Board (YÖK), the Computer Education and Instructional Technology Undergraduate Program offers high quality education equivalent to similar undergraduate programs offered by the education faculties in Turkish universities. To ensure the continuation of the Turkish Higher Education Board’s (YÖK) approval, program applications are continuously revised in accordance with the updates and revisions prescribed by the YÖK.
The most important characteristic of the students receiving instruction at the Computer Education and Instructional Technology Undergraduate Program (Turkish) is their development in multi-directions. Along with the information related with their chosen field, students gain analytical thinking skills, enabling them to have a distinct global view on daily life and education related topics. In the application courses, students put theory into practice and gain experience on education, counseling services and educational management, thanks to the collaboration between the university and the TRNC Ministry of Education.
The department houses modern classrooms, fully-equipped computer laboratories and a smart classroom. Students may also benefit from wireless internet access and the library facilities at the university. The university offers various services for students’ social, cultural and academic development. Open and closed sports areas, canteens, cafeterias, student clubs, centers and the library are only a few of them.
Graduates of the multi-disciplinary degree program may pursue job opportunities in different areas as computer teachers, educational designers, distant education developers, e-learning specialists, computer center advisors, web and multi-media designers, web administrators/architects, software-design development specialists, computer programmers, technology support specialist, database administrators and computer systems designers.