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DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................ 2 CONTACT ADDRESS ................................................................................................................................ 2 ADMINISTRATION ..................................................................................................................................... 2 ACADEMIC STAFF AND RESEARCH INTEREST ................................................................................... 4 UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM (SCHEDULE) ........................................................................................ 5 First Year ................................................................................................................................................. 5 First Semester .................................................................................................................................. 5 Second Semester ...................................................................................................... 5 Second Year............................................................................................................................................ 6 Third Semester ................................................................................................................................. 6 Fourth Semester ............................................................................................................................... 6 Third Year ................................................................................................................................................ 7 Fifth Semester .................................................................................................................................. 7 Sixth Semester ................................................................................................................................. 7 Fourth Year ............................................................................................................................................. 8 Seventh Semester ............................................................................................................................ 8 Eight Semester ................................................................................................................................ 8 UNDERGRADUATE COURSE DETAILS ................................................................................................ 10

General Information
The Karadeniz Technical University takes its name from the Black Sea, which is well known with its unique ecosystem and rich fisheries resources. However, interest in the marine sciences and fisheries at the University dates back to the early 1980s when the Higher Education School of Marine Science and Technology was founded officially in 1982. However, education and other activities started in 1984 with two academic departments, named as Marine Sciences and Marine Technology. Two year later they were combined as Fisheries Technology Engineering. The name of the Higher School changed as the Faculty of Marine Sciences in 1991 and moved to current campus in Sürmene, Trabzon. The students who have completed the department with a grade above average may apply for postgraduate studies in a variety of fields in the department. The Department offers undergraduate and graduate (Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy) degrees in Fisheries Science that provides students with a curriculum that encompasses biology, mathematics, computer science, ecology, oceanography, fisheries biology and management, aquaculture, fish diseases, post harvest technology and other contemporary educational needs for future fisheries professionals. The Department of Fisheries Technology Engineering is committed to addressing the educational and research needs to ensure sustainable management of the diverse fisheries resources. The department has sufficient lab facilities to lead such kind of research, and also has strong contacts with universities abroad. The major facilities include a chemistry, microbiology (bacteriology, virology and parasitology), molecular biology, fish processing, aquatic toxicology, aquatic ecology, and computer laboratories, GIS, fishing net reparation, aquaculture research units and research vessels (R/V DENAR-1, 25 m and YAKAMOZ, 9 m). The curriculum prepares students for careers in fisheries professions within private or state fisheries sectors, and ensures that, upon graduation, students are eligible for employment or post-graduate study. Additionally, the Department maintains a nationally and internationally recognized research program that addresses all aspects of fisheries and aquatic sciences.

Contact Address
Karadeniz Technical University Faculty of Marine Sciences Department of Fisheries Technology Engineering 61530 Surmene, Trabzon,TURKEY Phone: +90 462 752 2805-09 Fax: +90 462 752 2158 Web: http://www.deniz.ktu.edu.tr/Bal_Tek/index.html

Administration
Head of Department: Prof. Dr. Ertuğ DÜZGÜNEŞ Phone: +90 462 752 2805/105 e-mail: ertug@ktu.edu.tr Deputy Head of Department: Asst. Prof. Dr. İlhan ALTINOK Phone: +90 462 752 2805/130 e-mail: ialtinok@ktu.edu.tr Deputy Head of Department: Asst. Prof. Dr. Coşkun ERUZ Phone: +90 462 752 2805/117 e-mail: ceruz@ktu.edu.tr Socrates/Erasmus Coordinator: Prof. Dr. İbrahim OKUMUŞ Phone: +90 462 752 2805/125 e-mail: iokumus@ktu.edu.tr Secretary: Cevat ÇEBİ

Phone: +90 462 752 2805/106 e-mail: cebi@ktu.edu.tr

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Water Pollution Biological Oceanography. Gör. Coşkun ERÜZ Research Interests Fisheries Management Fisheries Management. Ilhan Altinok Doç. A. Koray ÖZŞEKER Prof. Gör. Cafer GENÇTÜRK Ar. Aquatic Toxicology Physical Oceanography Fish Handling and Processing. Sadi CILIZ Ar. Aquatic Toxicology Chemical Oceanography. Modeling Aquaculture. Doç. Dr. Hamdi ÖĞÜT Ar. Dr. Kadir SEYHAN Doç. Doç. Host Pathogen Interactions. Gör. Shellfish ecology and culture Fish Diseases. Bekir TUFAN SUBDIVISION RESEARCHER RESEARCH INTEREST index . Crustacean Culture Aquaculture. Gör. Doç. Selda GENÇ Ar. Coastal Management Marine Biology. Dr. Dr. Hikmet KARAÇAM Doç. Gör. Dr. Doç. Gör. Fishing methods Aquaculture. Dr. Dr. Aquatic Microbiology Seafood Processing and Quality Chemistry Fish processing and quality Aquaculture and Fish Diseases Marine Ecology Ar. Salmonids and Shellfish Ecology. Aziz GÜNEROĞLU Ar. Dr. Şebnem ATASARAL Ar. Fishing Vessel Fisheries management. İlknur KURT Ar. Cemal DİNÇER Ar. Dr.Academic Staff and Research Interests Division Fisheries Management Researcher Prof. Fish Biology and Physiology Fish Diseases. Muzaffer FEYZİOĞLU Yrd. Gör. Biotechnology Water Pollution. Fish Physiology Fishing Gear Technology. Marine Plankton Physical Oceanography. İbrahim OKUMUŞ Yrd. Gör. Sevim KÖSE Fish Handling and Processing Ögr. Fish Diseases. Muhammet BORAN Yrd. Dr. Ahmet ŞAHİN Prof. Erol ÇAPKIN Ar. Epidemiology. Microbial Genetics. Dr. GIS Marine Biology. Gör. Gör. Marine zooplankton Physical Oceanography. Dr. Cemil ALTUNTAŞ Yrd. Dr. Gör. Ertuğ DÜZGÜNEŞ Prof.

Undergraduate Program (Schedule) FIRST YEAR Code KIM 117 MAT 117 BIY 117 FIZ 117 TDB 109 YDB 115 BTB 102 BTB 106 BTB 108 MAT 118 AITB 194 YDI 116 Course Title Chemistry Mathematics I General Biology Physics Turkish Language English I EC* 4 5 8 5 4 4 H+T+L* 4+0+0 4+0+0 3+0+1 4+0+0 4+0+0 4+0+0 C/E* C C C C C C C C C C C C Lang.* T T T T T E T T T T T E First Semester TOTAL 30 5 5 7 5 4 4 23+1+0 3+0+0 2+1+0 3+1+0 4+0+0 4+0+0 4+0+0 Introduction to Fisheries Science Swimming and Rescue Marine Biology Mathematics II Atatürk’s Principles and History of Turkish Republic English II Second Semester FIRST YEAR index TOTAL TOTAL 30 60 20+2+0 43+3+0 .

SECOND YEAR Code BTB 205 BTB 207 BTB 209 BTB 243 MHN 275 YDB 215 BIY 202 MAT 208 BTB 216 MHN 216 BTB 218 BTB 254 YDB 216 Course Title Fish Biology Chemical Oceanography Physical Oceanography Ecology Engineering Mechanics English III EC* 6 5 5 5 5 4 H+T+L* 3+1+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 4+0+0 4+0+0 C/E* C C C C C C C C C C C C C Lang.* T T T T T E T T T T T T E Third Semester Microbiology Statistics Fishing Methods and Gears Technical Drawing Seamanship Biological Oceanography English-IV TOTAL 30 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 20+1+0 3+1+0 3+0+0 3+1+0 2+1+0 2+1+0 3+1+0 3+0+0 Fourth Semester SECOND YEAR TOTAL index TOTAL 30 60 19+5+0 39+6+0 .

THIRD YEAR Code IKT 301 MHN 311 BTB 311 BTB 317 BTB 319 BTB 321 ENF 345 BTB 322 BTB 306 BTB 318 BTB 320 Course Title General Economics Fluid Mechanics Freshwater Fish Culture Water Pollution Fish Population Dynamics Navigation Informatics I Safety at Sea Computer Applications in Fisheries Science Marine Aquaculture Fishing Vessels Elective I Elective II Fish Behavior Planktonology Aquarium Fishes and Their Culture Biochemistry Seafood Toxicology Fisheries Equipment Food Chemistry Research Methods Genetic EC* 3 5 5 4 4 4 4 H+T+L* 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+1 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+1+0 3+1+0 C/E* C C C C C C C C C C C Lang.* T T T T T T T T T T T Fifth Semester TOTAL 30 4 5 6 5 21+2+1 3+0+0 2+1+0 3+0+1 3+0+0 Elective Courses SEC 302 SEC 304 SEC 306 SEC 308 SEC 310 SEC 312 SEC 314 SEC 316 SEC 318 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 E E E E E E E E E T T T T T T T T T Sixth Semester THIRD YEAR TOTAL index TOTAL 30 60 17+1+1 38+3+2 .

FOURTH YEAR Code BTB 404 BTB 413 BTB 417 BTB 419 BTB 421 Course Title Aquaculture Engineering Fisheries Management Fish Handling and Processing Cargo Handling Stowage And Stability Meteorology Elective I Elective II Elective III EC* 6 3 5 3 4 H+T+L* 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+1 3+0+0 3+0+0 C/E* C C C C C Lang.* T T T T T Elective Courses SEC 401 SEC 402 SEC 403 SEC 405 SEC 407 SEC 409 SEC 411 SEC 413 SEC 417 SEC 419 SEC 421 TEZ 400 BTB 406 BTB 408 Stock Assessment Methods Fish Farming Practices Net Mending and Preparation Fish Diseases Selectivity of Fishing Gear Seafood Marketing Aquatic Microbiology Fish Nutrition and Feed Processing Comparative Physiology Marine Mammals Aquatic Toxicology Graduation Project (Bachelor's thesis) Marine Legistlastion Communication at Sea Elective I Elective II Elective III 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 E E E E E E E E E C C C T T T T T T T T T T T T 3 3+0+0 E T Seventh Semester TOTAL 30 8 5 5 20+1+1 0+6+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 Elective Courses SEC 404 SEC 406 SEC 408 SEC 410 SEC 414 SEC 416 SEC 418 SEC 420 Advanced Seafood Processing Food Microbiology Informatics II Integrated Coastal Area Management Seafood Processing Engineering Marine Ecosystem and Management Management of Coastal Structures Fish Health Management 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 3+0+0 E E E E E E E E T T T T T T T T Eight Semester FOURTH YEAR *EC H = ECTS Credits = Hours T = Training TOTAL 30 TOTAL 60 SUM OF EIGHT SEMESTERS 240 L = Laboratory 15+6+0 35+7+1 155+19+3 .

E: English. E: Elective Lang. T: Turkish index .C/E = C: Compulsory. = Language.

compounds and mixtures. Fall semester Compulsory Mathematics None Lectures (56 hours) . electronic configurations of atoms periodic table Chemical bonds. PETRUCCI and HARWOOD Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity.4 hours per week) Cafer GENÇTÜRK EC: 4 Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index MAT 117 MATHEMATICS I (4+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 1st year.UNDERGRADUATE COURSE DETAILS FIRST YEAR FIRST SEMESTER KIM 117 CHEMISTRY (4+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish Objectives of the Course The students should obtain basic knowledge about the general chemistry topics. acid and bases Gases. intermolecular forces. atomic spectra and energy levels. lewis structures and molecule shapes Chemical reactions. mole Structures of atoms and atom theories. liquid and solid materials Thermo-chemistry Electrochemistry. homework and practical exam (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) 1st year. measurements. Charles E. chemical equilibrium. Chemistry. nomenclature. solutions. KOTZ and PURCELL A written midterm exam (30%). Contents of the Course Matter Elements.4 hours per week) Lecturers from Department of Matematics EC: 5 . Chemistry. Peter ATKINS and Loretta JONES. included in the description. MORTIMER General Chemistry. Fall semester Compulsory Mathematics None Lectures (56 hours) . orbitals. quantum numbers.

Histology of organisms. Kinds of functions: Rational. Variety of life (Systematic of organisms). Inequalities Functions of one variable. Mathematical Methods for Science Students. Lecture Notes for General Biology. Taylor and Maclauran Series Indefinite integral their calculations Definite integral and their applications.(30%). 178p. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering st EC: 8 None Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . fish culture and seafood handling and processing that they will undertake during their study. Excretory systems. Reproduction. Master molecules and genetic code. Contents of the Course Real numbers. Maximum and minimum problems. Skeletal systems and muscular systems. microbiology.Objectives of the Course The aim of the course is to teach the basic mathematical techniques. L’Hospital Rule Asymptotes and constructing graphs Sequences and convergence. The information will be a base for the following subjects such as fish and marine biology.4 hours per week Doç Dr. Definitions related to biology.) . The emphasis is on the practical usability of mathematics. Fourier series Course Material Recommended Reading Evaluation Methods Differential and Integral Calculus. algebraic. introducing at the same time a number of mathematical skills that can be used for the analysis of problems. Higher order derivatives. Textbook / Material Informal lecture notes and handouts. Leibnitz formula for derivatives.Stephenson Yazılı bir ara sınav. exponential. Doç. N. Sevim Köse Yrd. Rolle and Mean Value theorems. Digestive systems. Power series and radius of convergence. Process of respiration. logarithmic and trigonometric functions and their graphics Limit. Hormones and endocrine systems. 1997. Respiratory systems. Transport systems in plants and animals. Give a general information on the cell. Muzaffer Feyzioğlu Turkish Objectives of the Course Provide basic knowledge on living organisms especially concentrating on marine life. Cell biology. Derivative.. Contents of the Course Introduction. Dr. Development. The Nervous systems and sensory mechanisms. Continuity. Convergence in Series. Absolute value. histology. (Köse S. bir final (50%) index BIY 117 GENERAL BIOLOGY (3+0+1) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 1 year.Piskunov. G. this goal is mainly pursued via a large variety of examples and applications from these disciplines. anatomy and physiology of the organisms and mentioned about the diversity of life and genetic code. Unpublished. Cell division. The role of energy and enzymes in organisms. ödev (20%) ve. Photosynthesis.

Fen Bilimleri Bölümü. Potential energy. Rolling motion. Bornava İzmir.A. Prof. Hacettepe Universitesi Yayınları. The laws of motion. homework and practical exam (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Method of Assessment index FIZ 117 PHYSICS (4+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 1st year. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment R. KTÜ Basımevi. Erickson & W. Yaşlı. Genetik. Hacettepe Universitesi. Prof. Pres. London. Oscillatory motion. Physics for Scientists & Engineers with Modern Physics. Linear momentum and collisions. The Pitt Building. Genel Botanik.Recommended Reading R. Vol. W. Cambridge CB2 1RP. Physics for Scientists & Engineers with Modern Physics. Genel Zooloji. Konya. Geldiay and S. 1994. Third edition. Circular motion and other application of Newton’s laws.A. Angular momentum and torque. Turkey. NY L. Prof. 1985. Biological Sciences Curriculum Study Publications. Yaşamın Temel Kuralları. I. Genel Botanik. Temperature. BSCS 5th Ed.4 hours per week Lecturers from Department of Physic EC: 5 Objectives of the Course The main objectives of this course are to provide the student with a clear presentation of the basic concepts and principles of physics. 1985. Developmental Biology. 1991. Cilt-1/Kısım-1. Ankara. Thermal expansion and ideal gases. 1978. Turkey. Inc. Dr. 2nd Ed. Dr. İlhami Kiziroglu. Trumpington Street.C. Prof. Çağlayan Kitabevi. C. England. Motion in two dimensions. Contents of the Course Motion in one dimension. R. D. Rotation of a rigid body. Dr. Dr. Desen Yayınları. Genel Biyoloji/Genel Zooloji. 3rd Ed. 1973. Ali Demirsoy. A written midterm exam (30%). Kamil Karamanoğlu. Heath & Company. A. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) . The kinetic theory of gases. A written midterm exam (30%). Genel Biyoloji.. 1988. Biological Science. Eğitim Fakğltesi. 3rd Ed.Serway. International Edition. Harcourt Brace Johanovich. Turkey. A. Ege University Pres. Work and energy. J.Serway. A molecular Approach. R. Jeffery. Yeni Kitap Basımevi. Biological Science. 1974. Trabzon. Ankara. The law of universal gravitation. Moore. Ziya Gerçek. Fall semester Compulsory Physics None Lectures (56 hours) . Browder. Biological Science 1&2. R. Sooper (editor): 1993. Turkey. Klang Toby. 3rd Ed. (supervisor). An inquiry into life. Vol. I. Cambridge Unv. Geldiay. Toronto. Heat and laws of thermodynamics. Turkey. A.

Yılmaz İnce. Prof. “Üniversite Türk Dili Ve Kompozisyon Dersleri” Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Prof.Dr.Dr. Discussions and its kinds. Prof. Dr.Dr.4 hours per week Lecturers from the Department of Turkish Language st EC: 4 Objectives of the Course The main aim of the Turkish language lecture is to explain the structural specialities of Turkish language to the students of higher education by doing so it is aimed to tell the importance of Turkish language in our national unity Contents of the Course The description of the language. Hamza Zülfikar Ve Diğerleri. Kazım Yetiş. A written midterm exam (30%).Dr. The way of explanations: oral explanation and talking the place of talking in a person life. Fall semester Compulsory Department of Foreign Language None Lectures (56 hours) . Şükür Görmüş. Tuncer GÜLENSOY. papers and reports. Zeynep Korkmaz.4 hours per week Lecturers from the Department of Foreign Language st EC: 4 . Words the writing and the felling of Turkish words. languages in the world and the place of Turkish language among them.index TDB 109 TURKISH LANGUAGE (4+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 1 year. 1998. Dr. Kemal Yavuz. Prof. Ahmet Bican Ercilasun. its qualities and place in a nation’s life. The way of talking (Conferences and lectures). “Türkçe El Kitabı”. Osman Demirayak. The development of Turkish language and present situation of it thinking reading and understanding language and explanation construction of sentences in Turkish language. Adem Kiliçoğlu. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) index YDB 115 ENGLISH I (4+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction English 1 year. In addition to the above subjects we will also teach the following topics. articles. Written explanation preparation of academic writings. The relates in between language and culture. “İmla Klavuzu” TDK Yay. Fall semester Compulsory Department of Turkish Language None Lectures (56 hours) . “ Yüksek Öğretim Öğrencileri İçin Türk Dili Ve Kompozisyon Bilgileri” Prof. Yök Çerçeve Programına Uygun “Türk Dili Ve Kompozisyon Bilgileri” Prof. Necat Birinci.Dr. Prof.

etc. . project work (20%) and a written endMethod of Assessment term exam (50%) index . I’ve already …… I haven’t…. yet Have you ever…? How long have you…? for since ago.. what. is. I have …/ I’ve got...Objectives of the Course The course aims to provide the students with an efficient knowledge of English and to enable them to understand and use English in an effective way. there was / were / has been / will be. it. this / that / these / those English Grammar In Use. stil. do / make be / have / do in present and past tenses.? How.. RAYMOND(New Edition CUP) Textbook / Material Cambridge Pub.MURPHY. comparison of present perfect and past simple.. yet. Do you know what…? Etc.? I don’t know what… etc. A written midterm exam (30%).. to. Have you …? Are you …? Don’t you….? which. present continuous...(for time day distance weather).? questions is it…? Have you…? Do they…. neither do I Negatives isn’t / haven’t / don’t etc. going to future. from .. until since for present for the future(What are you doing tomorrow?). 350 p. pronouns+ possessives Pronouns and possessives.. a / an / the countable and uncountable nouns. Who saw you? Who did you see you?Who is she talking to…?What is it like? How long does it take? Do you tell me where…. Reading 3. so am I. already.? too. Simon Greenall –Diana Pye 90 Recommended Reading p. either. Cambridge skills for fluency. present simple comparison of present continuous+pressent simple regular and irregular verbs. Give met hat book! Give it to me. using auxiliaries without verbs I am / don’t. past simple comparison of past continuous and past simple. are.? etc. have present perfect I’ve just …. will / shall there is / there are. Contents of the Course am.

Safety and survival. rescue boat). Textbook / Material Basar. .3 hours per week Assist. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Informal lecture notes and handouts HANDBOOK OF FISHERY TECHNOLOGY (Handbook of Fishery Technology). Survival at sea and hypothermia. Kadir SEYHAN EC:5 Objectives of the Course Provide an overview of fisheries. SWETS. Emergency situation. Prof. Contents of the Course Swimming techniques. Also. E. Survival craft. usage of survival craft (life boat. 74 p. over fishing problems. Ersan BAŞAR Objectives of the Course The course aims to provide the students with a general Swimming and life rescue techniques. rescue boat. Teach krawl style swimming and basic first aid techniques. Novikov (Editor). crisis management at sea. First aid Introduction. problems in fisheries etc. 2002. give crucial information on rescue and survival at sea. means of rescue and fast rescue boat. Dr. 9061914094 A written midterm exam (30%).3 hours per week Prof. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None st EC: 5 Lectures (28 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . Contents of the Course Introduction to marine ecosystem and its kind Fisheries systems World fish stocks.FIRST YEAR SECOND SEMESTER BTB 102 INTRODUCTION TO FISHERIES SCIENCE (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 1st year. Evacuation. Brief descriptions of fishery terms. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) index BTB 106 SWIMMING AND RESCUE (2+1+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 1 year. V. Personal life saving appliances. Dr. M. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . Yuzme ve Cankurtarma Ders Notlari.

Prof. IMO Model Course 1.Gözcelioğlu and O. Derin Mavi Atlas. Deniz Canlıları Rehberi. Phaeophyta and Rhodophyta) Marine angiosperms and their role in marine environment Systematic. 1999. 1991. London. IMO publications. Aydıncılar 2001.F. Tubitak Populer Recommended Bilim Kitapları. A written midterm exam (30%). 460 p. Geldiay and A. Deniz Biyolojisine Giriş Ege Universitesi Basım evi no: 31. Öztürk. 1998. Dr. 182 p. 425 p.192 p. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . B. 2001.V. The Handbook of Survival at sea. Webber and H.19 . Marine Biology.. Textbook / Material R. IMO Model Course 1. Reading B. Muzaffer FEYZİOĞLU EC: 7 Co-lecturer Language of Turkish instruction Objectives of the Course The course aims to provide the students with a general knowledge on marine biology and organisms living in marine environment. no:6. A. Deniz Kuvvetleri Komutanlıgı Yayınları. Harper Colins. 2003. Topaloğlu. Cankurtarma ve İlk Yardım Kursu Ogrenci El Kitabı. IMO publications.Recommended Reading Beeson. Personal Survival Techniques. H. Grange Books. London. practical (20%) and practical end-of-term exam (50%) Method of Assessment index BTB 108 MARINE BIOLOGY(3+0+1) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer 1st year. Medical First Aid. London. B. C. Medical Care.14. Contents of the Course The history of marine biology Classification of marine environment Basic systematic concept Introduction to kingdom Unicellular protista. morphology. A. biology and distribution of marine algae (Chlorophyta. 181 p. practical homeworks (20%) and a written endMethod of of-term exam (50%) Assessment index MAT 118 MATHEMATICS II Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching 1 year. biology. 2003. Spring semester Compulsory Mathematics None Lectures (56 hours) . Dede. Kocaeli. A written midterm exam (30%). Kocataş 1988.4 hours per week st EC: 5 . IMO Model Course 1. morphology and distribution of Kingdom Metazoa Informal lecture notes and handouts.4 hours per week Assoc. London.15.H. Thurman. 2000. TÜDAV yayınları.

Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction

Matematik Bölümü Öğretim Üyeleri Turkish

Objectives of the Course The aim of the course is to teach the basic mathematical techniques, introducing at the same time a number of mathematical skills which can be used for the analysis of problems. The emphasis is on the practical usability of mathematics; this goal is mainly pursued via a large variety of examples and applications from these disciplines. Contents of the Course Matrices and determinants; solutions of linear equations Eigenvalues. Eigenvectors Cartesian coordinate system. Vectors. Linear independence. Inner product. Vector product Plane analytic geometry: Parabola. Hyperbola. Rotations and translations of axis. Polar, cylindrical and spherical coordinates Functions of several real variables. Limit. Continuity. Partial Derivatives. Chain rule. Minima and maxima. Lagrange multiplier rule Taylor and Maclauran Series Line integrals Double Integrals and their applications. Double integrals in polar coordinates. Green Theorem Triple integrals and their applications. Triple integrals in Cylindrical and spherical coordinates Surface integrals. Stocks theorem. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Calculus and Analytic Geometry, Thomas. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, E. Kreyszig A written midterm exam (30%), homework (20%), and a written end-ofterm exam (50%)

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AITB 191-192
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ATATURK’S PRINCIPLES AND HISTORY OF TURKISH REVOLUTION
1st year, Spring Compulsory

EC: 3 (4+0+0)

Department of Atatürk Principles and Revolution History None 4 Hülya ÇAKIROĞLU Turkish

Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction

Objectives of the Cours The main goal of the course is to provide realistic knowledge on the history of the Turkish Republic. Foundation of the Turkish Republic and its establishment and developing periods will be offered to the students with the objective and scientific methods; and to comprehend the students with information about Atatürk Principles and Revolutions. Contents of the Course Bringing up the process of transformation from an empire to a national state, the meaning and importance of the Turkish National Struggle for independence, and the philosophy behind the formation of the new Turkish State. Textbook / Material A syllabus is available

Recommended Reading

Türk Ansiklopedisi, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Nutuk. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Atatürk’ün Söylev ve Demeçleri. Afetinan, Türkiye Cumhuriyeti ve Türk Devrimi, Ankara 1991. Mehmet Koçak ve ark, Atatürk İlkeleri ve Türk Devrim Tarihi, Trabzon 2001. Temuçin Faik Ertan (ed.), Atatürk ve Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Tarihi, Ankara 2001. A written midterm exam (30%), practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%)

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YDB 116 ENGLISH II
Year/Semester Status Department

(4+0+0)
First year, Spring Compulsory Department of Foreign Language Yok 56 hours (4 hours/week) Lecturers from the Department of Foreign Language English

EC: 4

Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction

Objectives of the Cours To teach the grammar rules, vocabulary of the target language. Provide the students to speak in target language besides reading and writing. Contents of the Course For beginner to pre-intermediate students: What is English? How to use it in daily life. Indefinite pronouns, modals (can, could, may, might, used to, must, have to, need) enough/too, adjectives, adverbs, reported speech, relative clauses, if clauses (type one & two), prepositions, some phrasal verbs. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment English Grammar In Use.MURPHY, RAYMOND(New Edition CUP) Cambridge Pub., 350 p. Reading 3, Cambridge skills for fluency, Simon Greenall –Diana Pye 90 p. A written midterm exam (30%), project work (20%) and a written endterm exam (50%)

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SECOND YEAR THIRD SEMESTER
BTB 205 FISH BIOLOGY (3+0+1)
Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish Objectives of the Course Provide an overview of the wonderful world of fishes and their morphological, physiological, behavioural, and ecological diversity, so that the student can be informed enough to make biologically sound judgments and decisions in fisheries management and aquaculture. Contents of the Course Fish and fishes General anatomy Introduction to systematic Skin and related structures Swimming and buoyancy Gills and respiration Heart, blood vessels and circulation Eye and vision. Inner ear and lateral line Olfaction, taste and other sensory systems Colour, light, sound and electric generation Excretion system and water-ion balance Digestive system, feeding and digestion Reproductive system and strategies Growth and age determination Fish and man - future of fishes. 2 year, Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) - 4 hours per week Prof. Dr. İbrahim OKUMUŞ
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EC: 6

Textbook / Material

Çelikkale, M.S., 1991. Balık Biyolojisi (Fish Biology). K.T.Ü. Deniz Bilimleri Fakültesi, Yayın No. 1, 387 pp. Demir, N., 1996. İhtiyoloji (Ichthyology). İstanbul Üniversitesi, Fen Fakültesi N: 236, 394 pp Bond, C. E., 1996. Biology of Fishes. 2nd Edition, Saunders College Publishing, 750 pp. Çelikkale, M.S., 1991. Balık Biyolojisi (Fish Biology). K.T.Ü. Deniz Bilimleri Fakültesi, Yayın No. 1, Jobling, M., 1996. Environmental Biology of Fishes. Chapman & Hall, London, 455 p. Midterm exam (30%), Lab. practices exam (20%) and final exam (50%)

Recommended Reading Method of Assessment

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BTB 207 CHEMICAL OCEANOGRAPHY (3+0+0)

EC:5

3 hours per week Assist. Sampling methods for the sea water and measurement of primary parameters in sea water. Geological and sedimantological properties of ocean and seas basins. The distribution of organics. inorganic matter and dissolved constituents. İzmir. Contents of the Course The chemical properties of sea water. Marmora and Black sea. tide. Coşkun ERÜZ Turkish nd EC: 5 Objectives of the Course Giving basic knowledge for oceanography and physical processes of the ocean Contents of the Course Definitions. Oceanography. Dr. Factors that affect the chemical composition of sea water. A.3 hours per week İlknur YILDIZ Turkish Objectives of the Course Provide an overview about the chemistry of seawater.C. Ege Üniversitesi Fen Fak. Trabzon . quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index BTB 209 PHYSİCAL OCEANOGRAPHY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 2 year. 1994. Textbook / Material Informal lecture notes and handouts Anonymous. A written midterm exam (30%). Oceanographic properties of Mediterranean. Inorganic processes in sea water. Aegean. currents and waves in the oceans.J. Bornova. The Open University. The gross chemical composition of sea water. Fall Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . Oseanoloji. 2001. Chemical Processes... stratification. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . Kennish. 1984.Year/Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Language of instruction Second year. Chemical composition of the sea water. 1986. Practical Handbook of Marine Science. Kocataş. Heat budged of oceans. Physical properties of seawater. M. Fiziksel oşinografi Ders Notları. Textbook / Material Erüz. Chemistry of the air-sea interface. Prof.. motion equations.

A. J. 2004.. Hikmet KARAÇAM nd EC:5 Objectives of the Course To help students develop the ability to critically evaluate scientific issues and information related to to aquatic ecology. Oseanoloji: Deniz Bilimlerine Giriş. Nature conservation.. A. The course is aimed at providing students with a broad-based foundation in current issues in aquatic ecology. Community and its properties. Ünsal. E. 1992. Remzi Kitabevi. 1989. İTÜ. Ege Üniversitesi Basımevi. Murray. 1984.. Çevre Mühendisliğine Giriş. Ecosystem and its properties. Ankara. 1985. Berkes. The major ecosystems. İzmir. quizzes and practical homework (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index MHN 257 ENGİNEERİNG MECHANİCS (4+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department 2rd year fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Techonolgy Engineering EC: 5 . İzmir. Türkiye Çevre Sorunları Vakfı Yayını.Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Kocataş. İzmir. 1987. İTÜ. İstanbul. İ.W. Ege Üniversitesi Basımevi. London A written midterm exam (30%). İstanbul Kocataş. Berkes... Kluwer Academic Publishers. İstanbul. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index BTB 243 ECOLOGY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 2 year Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) ..Hidrografya: Okyanus ve Denizler. Oseanografi. İTÜ İnşaat Fakültesi Matbaası. Öner. Human impact and ecological problems. 1989. 1985. Karpuzcu. M. Istanbul Ardel. M. Biotic factors. İzdar. F. A written midterm exam (30%).. Contents of the Course Ecology and environment sciences. Ege Üniversitesi Basımevi. Ekoloji ve Çevre Bilimleri. Basic principles in ecology.3 hours per week Prof. Kışlalıoğlu.1984. Dr.. Çevre ve Ekoloji.. Ekoloji ve Çevre Biyolojisi.. M. Mikrobial Ekoloji.. Black Sea Oceanography. Kışlalıoğlu. Abiotic factors and their affects on organisms. F.. M. A..

Müftüoğlu.MURPHY. The vocabulary and grammar rules of English for correct usage. Engineering Mechanics. units. centroids. Introduction of vector forces. Mechanics Lectures Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment A written midterm exam (30%). forces. free-body diagrams. modals in detail. writing and speaking. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment English Grammar In Use. Communication in target language.W. distributed forces.4 hours per week Doç. Borat. analysis of two-force and multiforce members. moments. RAYMOND(New Edition CUP) Cambridge Pub. beams W. reading.. the effective and fluent usage of English in daily life. Contents of the Course Pre-intermediate to intermediate students. Technic Mechanic. couples. statics Contents of the Course Fundementals of Statics.Nelson. E. moments of inertia. possessive pronouns and adjectives. Schaum’s Outline Series Selim Palavan and O.McLean. equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies subject to concentrated and distributed forces. Ercan KÖSE Turkish Objectives of the Course The main objectives of this course are to provide the student with a clear presentation of the basic concepts and principles of vectors. Dr. A written midterm exam (30%). Reading 3. Simon Greenall –Diana Pye 90 p. project work (20%) and a written endterm exam (50%) index . Tenses in detail. quizzes and practical homework (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index YDB 215 ENGLISH III Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction English Second year. Cambridge skills for fluency. equilibrium. 350 p.4 hours per week Lecturers from the Deparment of Foreign Language EC:4 Objectives of the Course To teach the students three aspects of English.Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction None Lectures (56 hours) .G. gerund and participle adjectives ending in –ing/-ed ( boring/bored). the differences and the comparison between each of them. Fall semester Compulsory Deparment of Foreign Language None Lectures(56 hours) . S. S.I.

Protozoa. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . Viruses. pratical exam (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index MAT 208 STATISTICS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer 2 year. M. 1991. Dr. Naming and classifying microorganisms. New York A written midterm exam (30%). Familiarize students with the microbial world. A.. Modern food microbiology.. Ders Kitapları Serisi No: 94. 1986. M..4 hours per week nd EC:5 14 hours (1 hour/week) Prof.SECOND YEAR FOURTH SEMESTER BIY 202 MICROBIOLOGY (3+0+1) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Exercises/Labs Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 2 year. Hamdi ÖĞÜT rd EC: 4 . how they function. Prof.. Ertuğ DUZGUNEŞ Assist. 4th Edition. İzimir. Ünlütürk.3 hours per week Prof. Ege Üni. Jay. Gıda Mikrobiyolojisi. Algae. 1998. Determination of microorganisms. Bacteria. fish processing. Microbial metabolism. Contents of the Course Introduction A Brief History of Microbiology. principles and applications of microbiology. To introduce students to complex concepts in water microbiology. and how they are important in our life. Akçelik. To learn more about what microorganisms are. Microbial growth and control. M.. Chapman & Hall. J. Dr. Fungi. İzmir. Turantaş. Dr. Ankara. F. Öner. Hikmet KARAÇAM Turkish Objectives of the Course Introduction to the major concepts. Fen Fak. 2000. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . Gıda mikrobiyolojisi ve Uygulamaları. and food microbiology. ve ark. Genel Mikrobiyoloji.

binomial and poisson distributions.375 s. Correlation and regression.1972. 266 s. O. Elementary probability theory. Measures of central tendency (mean. etc. Bilimsel Araştırmalarda İstatistik Prensipleri ve Metodları. χ2 test. F. Matbaası. Erzurum. M. Frequency distributions. Yıldız. İstatistik Metodları (Statistical Methods). Yay. Ün. statistical decision theory and tests of hypothesis and significance.Language of instruction Turkish Objectives of the Course Provide the basic principles of experimental design. and ANOVA. A. 1994. EÜ. Düzgüneş. t test. Contents of the Course Variables and graphs. 218 pp.Ü. mean and standard deviation. Curve fitting and the methods of least squares. Cemal DİNÇER Objectives of the Course The aim of the course is to provide the student with solid understanding of the basic principles of fishing methods and gears applicaple to inland and seawater fisheries. Zir.. mode. Measure of dispersion (range. Statistical estimation theory. . T. H. Dr. 1993. 359 pp. Elementary sampling theory. Theory and Problems of Statistics. Gürbüz. Normal. Ziraat Fak. data collection and evaluation methods before the intensive use of statistical software to get better outputs and prevent misunderstandings during the analysing stage of the research data. Araştırma ve Deneme Metodları.4 hours per week Assoc. Düzgüneş. Small sampling theory. Kesici. N.Prof.. Schaum’s Outline Series. Fak. Two written midterm exams (30% and 20%). Spiegel. McGraw-Hill Book Company.. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . Atatürk.At the end of this lecture the student should be able to evaluate a given fisheries exploitation regime and roughly design and plan for the implementation of a successful fisheries policy for given fishery. No:1291.R. and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index BTB 216 FISHING METHODS AND GEARS Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish nd (3+1+0) EC:4 2 year.). median. O. Bircan. A. 1963. No 305.

Contents of the Course surrounding nets (including purse seines). Fishing news Books. arrows. trammel nets). (4th edition). FAO Fish Catching Methods of the World (Third edition. USA. Dr.).C. UK. Gabriel. Prof. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index MHN 216 ENGINERİNG DRAWING ( 2+1+0 ) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 2 year Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None nd EC: 4 Lectures (22 hours) – Practice (18 hours) 3 hours per week Assist.D. Rice. M. seine nets (including beach seines and Boat. 2005. 1984) . Coşkun ERÜZ Objectives of the Course The course aims to provide the students the ability of preparing technical drawing and manufacturing a tridimensional material. traps (including pots. E. T. views of objects. FAO Fishing Manual. England. spears. Perspective drawing and reading Sectional views: full and half sections Exercise examples. Ben Yami. falling gears (including cast nets). Farnham. Trabzon . grappling and wounding gears (including harpoons. Galbraith. An Introduction to Commercial Fishing Gear and Methods Used In Scotland. dredges lift nets. A written midterm exam (30%). Contents of the Course Introduction to drawing instruments. Projection. set or drifting longlines. A. hooks and lines (including handlines. Lange. R. K. etc. Fishing News Books Ltd. The introduction of tools and materials in engineering drawing and standard concept. FRS Marine Labıratory.. (Editors) Fish Catching Methods of the World. Wendth. (ed) (1978) Tuna Fishing with pole and line. Scottish/Danish seines). fixed traps). Geometrical constructions. trolling lines). Teknik Resim Ders Notları. gillnets and entangling nets (including set and drifting gillnets. 2004... Dahm. Textbook / Material Erüz. and Midwater trawls: Otter and Pair trawls). trawl nets (including Bottom: Beam. Otter and Pair trawls.. P. stupefying devices. 2001. 536. 150 p.. Line drawing and writing standarts Principles of dimensioning. stow or bag nets. Aberdeen. read and understand technical drawed objects. O. pole and lines..

İ. J.. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index BTB 254 BIOLOGICAL OCEANOLOGY (3+0+1) Year / Semester Status 2cd year. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None nd EC: 4 Lectures (28 hours) and practical (14 hours) . steering gears. The Student and Instructor Workbook for the Annapolis Book of Seamenship. painting techniques. Simon and Scuter Pub. Milli Eğitim Basımevi. Textbook / Material Basar. N. ve Özçilingir. 1999. 2001.. Zaloglu. 1994. Cilt:I ve II. Prof. Dr. İstanbul.. Gemicilik Ders Notları. Teknik Resim.. fore and aft station systems and riggings. winches. E. 2003. Cilt:I ve II. Pg. fishing vessel. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Method of Assessment index BTB 218 SEAMANSHIP (2+1+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 2 year. rope and different kind of ropes.402. davits. London Seri. Türkdemir. maintenance. terms to be used in anchorage and ropes work on board. Pg. Third Revised Edition. The Annapolis Book of Seamanship. fishing operations and seaman’s safety. Cilt:I ve II. J.. sailing. M. Milli Eğitim Basımevi. İ. Contents of the Course Definition and history of seamanship. B. K. terms relevant to manoeuvring of the ship. İnşaat Teknik Resmi. cranes. Rousmaniere. Ticaret Gemileri Gemiciligi.Recommended Reading Bağcı. Ersan BAŞAR Objectives of the Course Giving basic seamanship knowledge for merchant and fishing ship. 372 p. No: 4. E. London.. Teknik Resim. 1999.3 hours per week Assist. 1992. Trabzon Akdogan.Birsen Yayınevi. Mustafa. 1998. İstanbul. MEB yayınları. heavy derrics... engine room.Bilal Ofset. 1988. 412 sayfa. tonnage. anchor and chains. Gemici Dili.. Z. Ankara Danış. 2000. repair and paint works on board preparation before painting. Makine Teknik Resmi. deck riggings. general term of seamanship. ship’s plan. Rousmaniere. R. Ankara Şen. 2001. ship types and general classifications. 2004.258. İstanbul. A written midterm exam (30%). description of the seaman knots and how to make. deck structures. İstanbul. İstanbul. Turk Deniz Kuvvetleri Güçlendirme Vakfı Yayınlar. Denizli Bağcı. DEHA Yayınevi. Teknik Resim. windless. . Spring semester Compulsory EC:5 .. Guverte Avlama Guverte Gemicilik Cilt I-II. A written midterm exam (30%). 240 sayfa. Simon and Scuter Pub. propellers type.

Elemets of Marine Ecology.Tait and F. no: 114. Takahashi and B. 2004. 462 p. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index YDB 216 ENGLISH IV (4+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction English Second year.M. basic environmental factors in marine environment. Contents of the Course Introduction to biological oceanography. Dr.4 hours per week Lecturer from Department of Foreign Language EC:4 Objectives of the Course To improve the vocabulary and the grammar rules of English and their usage. palagic and bentic ecosystems. A written midterm exam (30%).A.V.R. Ege Üniversites. 330 p. Fall semester Compulsory Deparment of Foreign Language None Lectures(56 hours) . 1990. M.4 hours per week Assoc. R. Biological Oceanographic Processes Pergamon Press. Biological Oceanography an Introduction. Muzaffer FEYZİOĞLU Turkish Objectives of the Course: The course aims to provide the students with a general knowledge on interaction between the organism and environmental condition. phytoplanktonic group in the sea. Kocataş 1986. Zooplanktonic organisms mero and holoplankton in the sea. biological oceanographic process in the marine environment. Butterworth Heinemann Pub. Elsevier. Zooplankton phytoplankton relation in pelagic system. Primary productivity and basic photosynthetic process. Temporal and spatial changes in productivity in the world ocean. Hargrave. A. Prof. Human impact on marine environment Textbook / Material Lecture notes A.Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . Parson. Oseanology. C. T.R. Lalli and T. Parson. Dipper 2001. . 314 p. Basımevi. 358 p.

invitations be / get used to do something(I’m used to) adjectives adverbs adjectives ending in –ing / ed boring / bored etc. project work (20%) and a written endterm exam (50%) index . already. on my own. present simple and comprehension of these two sentences Past simple and past continuous(revision at intermediate level) present perfect. RAYMOND(New Edition CUP) Cambridge Pub. might countable and uncountable nouns with a / an and some Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment English Grammar In Use. Simon Greenall –Diana Pye 90 p. my own. past perfect continuous Future tense(going to / will) future tenses.? comparison of present perfect and past simple past perfect. A written midterm exam (30%). Adjectives: word order. adjectives after verbs must..yet. future continuous and future perfect possessive nouns …… of mine.Contents of the Course present continuous. Reading 3. any more.Present perfect continuous-its comparison with present continuous and present perfect How long have……(been)…? When …. no longer have have got for during while can could Be able to could do. 350 p.MURPHY. can’t. Cambridge skills for fluency. offers./ by myself Still. could have done must have to don’t doesn’t have to mustn’t needn’t should ought to had better / can / could / used to / would you …? Requests. present tenses(I’m doing / I do) for the future. may.. any longer.

.Prof. Static forces on submerged surfaces. Principle concepts. Hydrostatic forces. 4 hours per week Lecturers from Department of Economics rd EC: 3 Objectives of the Course To provide the opportunity and structure for students to acquire the knowledge on concept of economics necessary for fisheries undergraduate students when they go on to work for business. Economic systems. Definition of economics. Shifts in demand and equilibrium. supply and price mechanism. Mikro İktisat (Microeconomics). Market. Mikro İktisat (Microeconomics). Textbook / Material Trabzon. A. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) index MHN 311 FLUID MECHANICS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish / 3rd year.THIRD YEAR FIFTH SEMESTER IKT 301 GENERAL ECONOMICS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3 year. Contents of the Course Introduction. A. Recommended Reading Trabzon. Fluids and their properties. Akademi Kitabevi. Akademi Kitabevi. Circular flow of economic activity. Worked examples from the lecture. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (48 hours) . Pressure measurements with manometers. Contents of the Course Subject of economics. fall semester Compulsory Economics None Lectures (42 hours).3 hours per week Assoc. Cobweb theorem. 304 pp. Cemal DİNCER EC: 5 Objectives of the Course The course aims to provide the students with a general knowledge on fluid materials with the emphasis on liquids. 304 pp. 2000. and international organizations. government. Dr. Method of Assessment A written midterm exam (30%).. Methods used in economics. Marginal Utility. King theorem. Kesim. 2000. demand. Kesim. It is also aimed for the students to make them know the various applications of fluids in engineering fields. Indifference curves. Fluid . A.

İçsu Balıkları ve Yetiştiriciliği (Freshwater Fishes and Their Culture) I-II.uk/CIVE/cıve1400 A written midterm exam (30%). Sürmene Deniz Bilimleri Fakültesi. life histories and culture practices of salmonid and other freshwater fishes that are grown commercially or are deemed to have potential for aquaculture. Fall Compulsory Fisheries Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practical sessions (14 hours) Prof. (Eds). site selection. Fish hatchery management. W. Fox. Culture techniques of major species: trout. Prentice-Hall. system and species selection.efm. Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Sleigh. Site. Bertin John J. (Ed). N. A. 751 pp. 2002.. Midterm exam (30%). Laminer and turbulent flow. Salmon and Trout Farming.M. crayfish and other species. Inc. Real fluids. G. eels. carps. 269 pp. A. 4th Edition (with CD-ROM). Laird. İbrahim OKUMUŞ Turkish rd EC: 6 Objectives of the Course The course will introduce students to techniques in freshwater aquaculture with emphasis on water quality management. Common Carp 1&2. M.S. Yayın No: 2 &3. Polyculture systems.Ü. Course Contents Introduction to aquaculture. sturgeons. American Fisheries Society Publication. Continuity and Bernoulli examples.T. FAO Training Series 8 &9. Dinçer. tilapia species. Needham. The course will increase the student’s technical and managerial competencies in aquaculture. John Wiley & Sons. Continuity and conservation of mass. John Wiley & Sons. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics. 2005. CIVE 1400: Fluid Mechanics. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. Textbook / Material Lecture notes and handouts Çelikkale. 2002. The momentum equation. 2002. A. R.. 1987. The Bernoulli equation.Y. 1991. Young and Okiishi. Wedemeyer. term paper/assignment (20%) and final exam (50%) Recommended Reading Form of Assessment index . Cultured based fisheries. 1985.. www. K. Applications of continuity and Bernoulli. 2001. FAO. Fluid Mechanics Lecture Notes. 2003. 6 Edition.C. T.. A. Engineering Fluid Mechanics. Ellis Horwood Limited.dynamics. Applications of the momentum equation.J.ac.leeds. Dr. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) th Textbook / Material index BTB 311 FRESHWATER FISH CULTURE (3+1+0) Year / Semester Type of Course Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer(s) Language of instruction 3 year.. T. McDonald. and P. FAO Rome. Pipe hydraulics. Second Edition. Water quality in freshwater aquaculture.. Munson. Introduction fish health management. 419 & 460 pp. L. Pritchard.

Condition factor. Gündüz. T. Agricultural. Hydrological circle. A. Effects of pollutants to the water organism. Dr. pesticide. Deniz Kirliliği ve Kontrolü. Ö. Catch statistics. Başbakanlık Çevre Genel Müdürlüğü Yayınları Eğitim Dizisi 1.. İzmir. Dr. 1996. Ankara. a quizz (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index BTB 319 FISH POPULATION DYNAMICS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 3rd year. Hikmet KARAÇAM Turkish EC: 4 Objectives of the Course Provide an overview about the water pollution and water quality. U. industrial and domestic pollution.C. Su Kalitesi. O. Ege Üniversitesi Su Ürünleri Fakültesi Yayın No:14 Bornova. ve Türkman. Age determination methods. length and weight based models. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . İstanbul. Reproduction and recruitment. 1994. A written midterm exam (30%). Petroleum. Length-weight relationship. Growth. Basic stock assessment methods.. fishing effort and catch per unit effort. Kimya Bölümü. Su Kirliliği ve Kontrolü. Survival and mortality rates. 192 p.3 hours per week Prof. 153 p. Ankara. Contents of the Course Definition of pollution and some concepts. 1995.. Ertuğ DUZGUNEŞ Turkish EC: 4 Objectives of the Course Provide basic information about fish populations living under certain environmental conditions for the better stock management and express biological changes by mathematical models. Migrations. Unit stock and stock. Contents of the Course Population and sample.. Factors affecting population. Çevre Sorunları. Water quality and water quality management. radioactive and organic pollution in water. Egemen.Prof. surfactant. Fen Fakültesi.BTB 317 WATER POLLUTION (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 3rd year fall semester Compulsory Fisheries None Lectures (42 hours) 3 hours per week Assoc. Dr. Reason for water pollution and variety of pollution. 364 p. Muhammet Boran Prof. ve Sunlu. 1987. Samsunlu A. . T. heavy metal. Von Bertalanffy Growth equations. A. Textbook / Material Lecture Notes: To be delivered during the lectures Uslu. 200 p.Ü.

. Gyro compass. Gemi Elektroniği.E. 326 pp. Seyir-I. Scientific Res. P. Textbook / Material Lecture Notes: To be delivered during the lectures Yağız. Contents of the Course Definition and classification of navigation. difference of latitudes and longitudes. Ricker. N... Coastal navigation. Current navigation.2.Pap. Seyir-I. type of position and method to plot a position. İ. İstanbul. Seyir-II. Sparre.Prof. 95. 429 p. 1998. Sinop Su Ürünleri Fakültesi Yay. Academic Press.1998. Board. Baki Kitap ve Yayınevi.H.Tech. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index . 167 p. İTÜ Denizcilik Fakültesi Ders Notları. Fish. Tunçer. Tuzla. 1995. İTÜ Denizcilik Fakültesi Ders Notları.c. Balıkçılık Biyolojisi ve Popülasyon Dinamiği (Fisheries Biology and Population Dynamics). its shape and rotation. Venema.No: 306. No. 1996. A. İstanbul. Weatherley. İstanbul. No: 20. Navigational lights.. 1998. 191.4 hours per week Assoc. List of lights. 255 p. Marine navigation charts and usage of marine charts. Can.. The earth. Terrestrial navigation.. Man.. 1972. G.. Belirdi. Project. Magnetic compass. İstanbul. Dr. Manual on Population Dynamics.1978. 265 s. Rome. Computation and Interpretation of Biological Statistics of Fish Populations. Bull. Balıkçılık Biyolojisi ve Populasyon Dinamiği Ondokuz Mayıs Ün. 303 pp Erkoyuncu. Fish. S. Two written midterm exam (30% and 20%). İstanbul. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries None rd EC: 4 Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . poles. 1988. A written midterm exam (30%). Adana. longitudes.Textbook / Material Avşar. Electronic navigation. W.. Tunçer. Introduction to Tropical Fish Stock Assessment. Yay. FAO. Ursin. has been prepared to give the students necessary knowledge for trestial and electronic navigation. 1985.Fish. F. 382 p Jones. R. and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index BTB 321 NAVIGATION (3+1+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 3 year. magnetism of the Earth and the ship’s Var and Dev. lights ranges and characteristics buoyage system. D. İTÜ Denizcilik Fakültesi. 293 pp. Res. E. Muhammet Boran None Turkish Objectives of the Course Navigation. 1989. Growth and Ecology of Fish Populations.. Kuwait Inst. latitudes. G.

Basic Computer Textbook. to prepare representation and to teach how to use internet in an effective way. homework (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index . A written midterm exam (30%). 2005 The Department of Informatics. 3rd year.ENF 345 INFORMATIC I (3+0+1) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish Objectives of the Course To teach to use of basic computer techniques. word processing program (Word). Fall semester Compulsory Informatics Department None EC: 4 Lectures (42 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . Windows operating system. Basic Computer Textbook. counting-table-graphic program (Excel). 2005 Test and application exam. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment The Department of Informatics. to create tables and graphics.4 hours per week Lecturers from the Department of Informatics Contents of the Course Basic concepts. presentation program (Powerpoint). using internet.

THIRD YEAR SIXTH SEMESTER BTB 322 SAFETY AT SEA (3+1+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3 rd EC: 4 year spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practical (14 hours) . Construction and out fit of survival craft and rescue boats and individual items of their equipment.F. usage of survival craft (life boat. rescue boat). Effective human relationships on board ship. Model Course 1. basic first aid techniques. Kuşak Ofset. London. U.E. In addition to inform about location and usage of personal life saving appliances. Portable fire extinguishing equipment. Survival at sea.13 Basic First Aid. To give information about personal safety and social responsibility. 21 st. Edition. 1996 ILO “Accident Prevention on Board Ship at Sea in Port” an ILO Code of Pratice Genava.20 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting. Model Course 1. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration. Equipment in survival craft and rescue boats. Basic first aid. basic fire fighting techniques. Procedures for extinguishing fires and procedures for affecting a rescue. To improve ability about these subjects with laboratory applications. Personal protective clothing and equipment. Proper usage of a breathing apparatus. Fixed fire extinguishing equipment. 2000.S.23 Proficiency in Personel safety and Social Resposibilities. IMO. Ersan BAŞAR Objectives of the Course To teach the techniques of survival at sea. Properties of flammable materials. ŞAHİN. Control of bleeding from an injured person. Actions to be taken when required to abondan ship. İstanbul 1992 ŞAHİN. Contents of the Course Survival Techniques.. 1996 IMO.. Model Course 1. Take precautions to prevent pollution of the marine environment. London.. International Labour Office. 2000 IMO.4 hours per week Assist. Prof. 1998 Department of Transport “The Ship Captain’s Medical Guide” The Stationary Office Publications Center. Personal safety and social responsibilities. 2000 IMO. Safe working practices. Dr. 2 nd Edition. Denizde Canlı Kalma. London. YAĞIZ. 2000 A written midterm exam (30%). Fire Prevention and fire fighting.19. Can Salında Sağ Kalabilme. Application of various resuscitation techniques. 2000 IMO. YAĞIZ. Model Course 1. Classification of fires. actions to be taken when survival craft. LONDON. practical (20%) and multiple-choice test end-of-term exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index . London. Model Course 1. İstanbul 2003 Marine Fire Prevention Fire Fighting and Fire Safety. actions to be taken when in water. London.F. Methods of launching survival crafts into a rough sea.. Organization of shipboard fire fighting.E. Personal Survival Techniques. Firemen’s outfits. Proficiency in survival craft.23 Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boats.

2004. Practices of GoldenSoftware grapher. Prof. flatfish (turbot). Course Contents Brief history. Textbook / Material Lecture notes and handouts . shrimp culture. mussels and oysters. Live food production. It explores in detail the methods used for culture of a range of marine species of Mediterranean and the Black Sea. FAO Fisheries statistics and applications and other statistical computer programs which are based on fisheries. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index BTB 318 MARINE AQUACULTURE (3+1+0) Year / Semester Type of Course Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer(s) Language of instruction 3 year.Ç.2005.. Coşkun ERÜZ rd EC: 5 Objectives of the Course Giving basic knowledge and skills for some computer programs about various fields of fisheries Contents of the Course Practising with word processor and electronic sheets in certain fisheries problems. Akademi Kitabevi.C. surfer etc. tuna. Nutrition and feeding. Dr. salmon and sea trout.3 hours per week Assist. Spring Compulsory Fisheries Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) and practical sessions (14 hours) Prof. H. gray mullet.BTB 306 SOFTWARE APLICATIONS IN FISHERIES SCIENCE (2+1+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3 year Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures 42 hours . Trabzon A written midterm exam (30%). Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Erüz. development and diversity of marine aquaculture. Site selection and water quality requirements. Trabzon Bal. Bilgisayar ve İnternet Kullanımı. Ders Notları. Practical hands-on training at research centres or commercial farms for development of mariculture skills will be provide where possible. İbrahim OKUMUŞ Turkish rd EC: 6 Objectives of the Course This course is intended to familiarize the student with current concepts in marine aquaculture. Dr. Culture practices of major finfish and shellfish species: Sea bass and sea bream.

Recommended Reading Form of Assessment Moretti. Shipping Publications. (188): 51 p.3 hours per week Assoc. P.. Tech. F.. Haşimoğlu. 2002. Cemal DİNÇER rd EC:5 Objectives of the Course The aim of the course is to provide the student with a general knowlwdge and understanding of fishing vessels/boats..F. A.. Marine Fish Culture.. Fishing News Books Ltd. Fernandez-Criado. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . (Editor). K. A.. B. Dr.. Contents of the Course Introduction. Dinçer. (1980) Fishing Boat Designs: 3 small trawlers.W. Sakamoto. 2005.. J. J. term paper/assignment (20%) and final exam (50%) index BTB 320 FISHING VESSELS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3 year. Nezaki. Yoseda. Basic definitions and terms about ship and vessels Ship geometry. G. Tucker.. Boston. Elsevier.. E. Trabzon. G. Erteken. Manual for the Seed Production of Turbot. Üstündağ. A. Pap. S. Central Fisheries Research Institute. M. At the end of the course the students will be well familiar with the fishing vessels of different types. 1. D. FAO..F. Rome.. May. 1987. Ceylan. İt is aimed to teach the students the function and importance of fishing vessels and ıntroduce them the basic design principles of commercial fishing boats. 1999. Cittolin. J. Ship Stability for Mastaer and Mates.R. M. Guidastri. Fyson. 760 pp. With the emphasis on stability. Midterm exam (30%). A. Derrett. C. Özongun. in the Black Sea.C.. 2001.. 80 pp.Ship Stability: Notes and Examples. 1998..Prof. FAO. Design of Small Fishing Vessels. B. Kluwer Academic Publishers.. Psetta maxima. R.. Lecture Notes Kemp. main dimensions and nondimensional coefficients Ship hydrostatics Stability (transverse and longiditunal) Stability criteria for fishing vessels Tonnage and capacity definitions Powering the vessel (resistance and propulsion) Fyson.. Manual on Hatchery Production of Seabass and Gilthead Seabream – Vol. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index . Hara. Fisch. J. A. A written midterm exam (30%). Çiftçi. Y. Barras. Güneş.

predation risks and refuges. Prof. social behaviours. 1999 Textbook / Material Recommended Reading A written midterm exam (30%). social interactions and competition. Feeding behavior in zooplankton. classification of planktonik organism. quizzes (20%) and a written end-of-term Method of Assessment exam (50%) index SEC 304 PLANKTONOLOGY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3 year. reproductive behaviour. migration. temperature and fish distribution and schooling behavior. Indicator species. Planktonik population structure. plankton fisheries relation. Dr. Plaktonoloji. Diana. . The main goal of this course to discus ecological facors and their impact on fish. growth. upwelling. 1992. Hamdi OGUT rd EC: 5 Objectives of the Course To provide an understanding in physiological ecology and its relationship to growth. red tide. Density dependent growth and mortality. preservation and microscopy techniques.S. Fry’s Paradigms and hatchinson’s nich. competition. theeme of the class is to Express himself technically. Ege Üniversitesi Basım Evi . Özel.3 hours per week Assist. movement and activities of predatory fishes. Plankton sampling. Moreover. foraging behaviour. Thus a special attention is given to technical writing.SEC 302 FISH BEHAVIOUR (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3 year. optimal foraging. determining physiological ecology of fish at a given time. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (3 hours). Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . grazing. Biology and Ecology of Fishes by J. A. adaptation mechanism to pelagic environment. no:145 268 p. Dr. reproduction. Contents of the Course Metabolism. Vertical migration of pelagic organism. carrying capacity. Biomass estimation in plankton Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Lecture notes İ. Prof. Seasona changes in planktonik communities. physiological ecology. Muzaffer FEYZİOĞLU th EC: 5 Objectives of the Course The course aims to provide the students general information on planktonic organisms and their ecology Contents of the Course Introduction to plankton.3 hours per week Assoc.

To give and opportunity to design their own aquariums and systems in the future for marine and freshwater research of aquatic animals. functioning principles. New York.3 hours per week Assist. water quality and maintenance. The Ultimate Aquarium. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index SEC 306 AQUARIUM FISHES AND THEIR CULTURE (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3 year. mechanical and chemical). Textbook / Material Bailey. 228 p. Denizel fitoplankton. Hong Kong -Adey. W. Su ürünleri Fakültesi Yayınları no:32. Hoff and T. practical and homework (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 308 BIOCHEMISTRY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 3rd year. Annes Publishing Limited. Prof.H. and their functions. Snell. Dr. Koray. reproduction. Academic Pres.H. Contents of the Course Components of an aquarium. 1998. aquascaping and its components. -Various internet sites classified as subject base. Dr. Florida Aqu Farm Inc. Dynamic Aquaria. M. -An aquarium magazine (Aquarium world – In Turkish) A written midterm exam (30%). and Sandford. W. 183 p. composition. aquarium fish diseases and their management. Manual. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (3 hours). common aquarium fish species and their maintenance. G. Prof. Plankton Culture. K. filtration techniques (Biological. 1998. A written midterm exam (30%). Hamdi OGUT rd EC: 5 Objectives of the Course Provide an insight about what is an aquarium. F. and lovelan.Method of Assessment T. Building Living Ecosystems. Ilhan ALTINOK EC: 5 . its components. Ege Üniversitesi Basım Evi . 2002. water quality and its management. sample aquarium design.3 hours per week Assist. 1987.

structures.L. EC directives in seafood toxins Textbook / Material Informal lecture notes and handouts. monosaccharides. including the structures of the most important molecules. its effect on dissolved molecules. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering Microbiology Lectures (42 hours) 3 hours per week Doç Dr.Objectives of the Course To learn the fundamental subject matter of biochemistry. structural lipids in membranes. Biyokimya ders notları. To learn the relationships between the structures of biochemical molecules and their biological function. Sevim Köse None English/Turkish rd EC: 5 Objectives of the Course The main objectives of this course are to provide the student with a clear presentation of the basic concepts and principles of seafood toxins and train students to be able to apply this knowledge in fisheries industry or government services relating seafood quality control especially on HACCP application. Toxins originating from microbial spoilages. common structural features Proteins. Fish parasites. Principles of Biochemistry. Major structural features of eukaryotic cells Biomolecules Water. properties of protein. structure of protein Enzymes. Nelson. ionizations of water Aminoasids and peptides. Algal toxins. 1999. disaccharides. To learn the basic principles that control biochemical processes and develop the ability to apply these principles to novel problems Contents of the Course Molecular logic of life. and functions Glycolysis. Trabzon Lehninger. D. Bacterial toxins and pathogens related to seafood products. and Cox. New York A written midterm exam (30%). A. . Citric acid cycle. enzyme kinetics. Contents of the Course Introduction. analysis of carbohydrates Nucleotides and nucleic acids. power point presentations. and biological transformation Cells. Lipids. cellular dimension. Regulations in seafood toxins. Analytical methods used for the analysis of seafood toxins.. 1993. how enzymes work.M. Oxidation of fatty acid cycles Carbohydrate biosynthesis Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Altinok. I. Other poisonous compounds. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index SEC 310 SEAFOOD TOXICOLOGY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 3 year. and polysaccharides. HACCP application in seafood processing and marketing. The chemical unity of diverse living organisms. Worth Publishers.L. chemistry. energy production and consumption in metabolisms. Natural toxins in seafood. M. storage lipids Carbohydrates.

Ropes. Dutson.Recommended Reading E. Washington. Chapter 1. Ercan KÖSE Objectives of the Course The main objectives of this course are to provide the student with a clear presentation of the basic concepts and equipments used on fishing vessels and fisheries Contents of the Course Hydrolic systems.fsis. 1993.int/comm/food/index_en. D. Ward.R. Seafood Toxins. Edited by A. Vol. 2002.ucdavis. Cranes.(editor) 1984. DC. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) index . London.eu.usda. Microbiological quality of fishery products.M. Fish finders Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Lecture notes and handouts A written midterm exam (30%). Advanced in Meat Research Series. Biotechnological Applications. Food Safety in Shrimp Processing. Blackwell Publishing.who.openerpage Laxman Kanduri. Cato Food & Agriculture Org.HACCP in Meat. P. IFST. Shelf life of foods. Seafood Safety: Economics of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (Haccp) Programmes (Fisheries Technical Papers. In: A.3 hours per week Doç.M.edu/ http://www.uk/ http://www.int/fsf/ http://europa.B. Filters. Ragelis. No 381) by James C. Ronald A Eckhardt. Poultry and Fish Processing. Guidelines for its determination and prediction. (June 1999). Anonymos.gov/ http://www. Dr.iso. Fishing equipments. American Chemical Society. homework (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Method of Assessment index SEC 312 FISHERIES EQUIPMENTS Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish rd (3+0+0) EC: 5 3 year. London. Martin.ch/iso/en/ISOOnline.foodstandards.gov.html http://www. Pearson and T. Vinches. 1994. Chapman & Hall.184 pages. Fisheries Processing. A written midterm exam (30%). Spring semester Elective Fisheries Techonolgy Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) .R. http://seafood.

Gökalp. A. 3rd year. experiment design. Aromatic compounds additives and protectants in seefood technology.. Contents of the Course Research types and data collection techniques. thesis and paper writing rules. İstanbul Üniversitesi Kimya Fakültesi Yayın No. sections of the research. Erzurum..SEC 314 FOOD CHEMISTRY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish Objectives of the Course To provide students with a detailed understanding of food. efficiency in scientific writing. 1994.3 hours per week Cafer GENÇTÜRK EC: 5 Textbook / Material Ertugay. ... İstanbul. Dr. 1982. scientific research. use of references. Kurt. Besin Kimyası (Food Chemistry) Cit I –II. experiment and survey. Z. 47. tables. 301.3 hours per week Prof. preparation of the research proposal. Gıda Bilimi ve Teknolojisi (Food Science and Technology). bias and reduction methods. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 316 RESEARCH METHODS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 3 year. Atatürk Üniveristesi. Keskin. Ertuğ DUZGUNEŞ Turkish rd EC: 5 Objectives of the Course Provide basic information for the research and surveys starting from finding the problems to the reporting phase by applying scientific rules. Fatih Yayınevi. A written midterm exam (30%). Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . H. graphs. final report. H.Y. particularly seafood chemistry Contents of the Course General structure of food Inorganic nutrients and elements. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . 398 s. and footnotes.. Ziraat Fakültesi Yayın No. A. Elgün.

C. 507 p. To understand the workings and importance of major genetics techniques such as PCR. B. Güzem Yayınları. A written midterm exam (30%). Lewin. 2002. 336 s. Addison Wesley Longman Inc. Fundamentals of Genetics.Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Seyidoğlu. Mendelian genetics Chromosomal basis of inheritance.J.. translation Cloning and manuplation of DNA Eukaryotic gene regulation Genetics of cancer Molecular techniques Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Russels P. New York.TÜBİTAK Matbaası. transcription. Özkın. Bilimsel Bir Makale Nasıl Yazılır ve Yayımlanır? (How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper?). 2000. AÜ. use of transgenic organisms). Prof. cloning. New York. sex linkage. 233 p. Oxford University Press. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index . replication. To understand how genetic problems may lead to disease or lethality. Contents of the Course Genetic variation. 2000. K. Yay.g. transcription. To understand the molecular basis of genetics (including such topics as replication. Genes VII. Araştırma ve Yayım İlkeleri (Fundamentals of Research and Publication). and mutation). Dr. □ Day.. To understand current issues regarding genetics (e. H. Ilhan ALTINOK Turkish rd EC: 5 Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Objectives of the Course To understand the language and basic concepts of genetics.No:1. genetic material... To understand how traits are inherited and to use this understanding in analyses (to solve problems and complete pedigrees). Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . and sex determination Genetic mapping in eukaryotes Chromosomal mutation DNA. 1984. A. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) □ index SEC 318 GENETIC Year / Semester Status Department (3+0+0) 3 year. replikasyon Gene expression. 973 p. □ ER. providing a conceptual framework for future reference.3 hours per week Assist. translation. R. 1997. A written midterm exam (30%). 35 s.FBE. Bilimsel Araştırma ve Yazma El Kitabı (Manual of Scientific Research and Writing).

Kadir SEYHAN EC:3 . oxygenation. Students will be required to complete a project related to design of aquatic systems. T. General introduction to aquaculture systems. CRC Press. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures(42 hours) . 2002.4 hours per week Prof. Lawson. heating and cooling. Chapman and Hall..B. 1995. Dr. Contents of the Course Aquaculture project formulation and management. Nash. 328 pp. 1995. Huguenin. W. Principles and layouts of land based aquaculture systems. Flowing water fish culture. Colt. 147 pp. Hatcheries.Soderberg. 1990. 2nd Edition. raceways and tanks systems and their design and construction. Fundamentals of Aquaculture Engineering.. J. Engineering and planning/design process. Environments. Recirculation systems. Water supply and distribution systems. Insull.. Ponds.E. İbrahim OKUMUŞ th EC: 6 Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index BTB 413 FISHERIES MANAGEMENT (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4th year. FAO. 355 pp. Boca Raton. Fisheries Technical Paper 316. Dr.E. homework and practical exam (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) 4 year. C. Water treatment and waste management. Water-based aquaculture systems (cages and shellfish culture systems).. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . D. New York.129 pp. Production planning and system analysis. Florida. Design and Operating Guide for Aquaculture Seawater System. Rome.. .FOURTH YEAR SEVENTH SEMESTER BTB 404 AQUACULTURE ENGINEERING (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish Objectives of the Course The objective of this course is to introduce the student to the basic principles of aquatic engineering and design of cost effective systems used in the production of commonly cultured aquatic animals. J. site selection and water requirements. Pumps and compressors.3 hours per week Prof. R. Aeration. Elsevier. Aquaculture Project Formulation. A written midterm exam (30%).

2002. Su Ürünleri Teknolojisi.. ve Kolsarıcı. Fresh consumption of seafood. Göğüş. Production. Salting. ve Kolsarıcı. London. optimal control models and problems.. K. Rome. Smoking. Content of the Course Turkey and world seafood products. 1961. 1992 Textbook / Material Recommended Reading . Volume I. processing technologies and determination methods of quality levels in fresh and processed marine products. N. management techniques. 260. homework (20%) and a written end-ofMethod of Assessment term exam (50%) index BTB 417 FISH HANDLING AND PROCESSING (3+0+1) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Exercises/Labs Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4th year. Akdeniz Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Gıda Mühendisliği Bölümü. Su Ürünleri Teknolojisi. Ankara. S.. dynamic pool model. Freezing. N. Ankara Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi. H. 260.. fisheries economics. fisheries economics and artisanal fisheries so that the student can be informed enough to make biologically. Ankara. Quality parameters in fresh and processed seafood products Gökoğlu. Introduction to two main types of fisheries management models. economically and socially sound judgments and decisions in fisheries management. ecology of larval fish. Informal lecture notes and handouts Textbook / Material Recommended Reading A written midterm exam (30%). FAO. Su Ürünleri İşleme Teknolojisi. Fish as Food. Borgstrom. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . 1988 Göğüş. N. S. Biochemistry and Microbiology.. Fresh fish – quality and quality changes. problems of recruitment.Objectives of the Course Provide an overview of the problems in fisheries management. H. A. Contents of the Course Aquatic ecology and fish in the ecosystem..3 hours per week 14 hours (1 hour/week) Prof. surplus production model. Huss. Canning technology. K. G. Hikmet KARAÇAM EC:5 Objectives of the Course Provide an overview of marine products. A. 1992. Ankara Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi. Academic Press Inc. Dr. Management techniques. artisanal fisheries and risk assessment in fisheries.

Contents of the Course Definitions of meteorology. Dangerous. ship’s particulars. a quizz (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index BTB 421 METEOROLOGY ( 3+0+0 ) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4 year. Tanker operations. Marine meteorology and applications. Cargo handling. Dry cargoes.3 hours per week Assist. Observation and observation instruments. Dr. Coşkun ERÜZ th EC: 4 Objectives of the Course Giving basic knowledge of meteorology and meteorological forecast for marine operations. 2000. winches. Muhammet Boran None Turkish th EC:3 Objectives of the Course Teaching cargoes and stowage operation according to STCW – 78 Revision 1995 to deck officiers Contents of the Course Basic knowledge about ship’s. T. Weather analysis and forecast. Meteorological properties of Turkey and adjacent seas. İstanbul. Bulk cargo. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries None Lectures (42 hours) 3 hours per week Assoc. T.. Calculation of cargo handling and stowage and ship stability. booms. .. pratical exam (20%) and a written endof-term exam (50%) index BTB 419 CARGO HANDLING STOWAGE and STABILITY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4 year. Gemi Stabilitesi. Ballast procedures and effect ship’s stres Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Lecture Notes: To be delivered during the lectures Akın. 465 p. 325 p. Meteorological and climatologically applications. Dr. Prof.Prof. hazardous and harmful cargoes. Meteorological forecasting for marine activities. trim and stability. Meteorological components and properties. 2000. Akın.Method of Assessment A written midterm exam (30%). A written midterm exam (30%). İstanbul. Grain bulk cargoes. Yük-İstif. Fall semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures 42 hours . Draft. Cargo handling equipment.

D. N.1. Furuno USA İnc. aerial methods. Denizcilik meteorolojisi. 99 pp. Bowditch. 1994. Deniz Meteorolojisi El Kitabı.90 sayfa DMİ. acoustics. F. 2005. egg and larval surveys.. Part 1. Ankara.. pp 435-481 Çevik Ü. İstanbul.West Publishing Co. Pap. R.E. 2001 pp Lilly.3 hours per week Prof. sonar and echo-sounding. 123 p. Deniz Meteorolojisi El Kitabı. TC Başbakanlık Devlet Meteoroloji İşleri Genel Müdürlüğü.S. Weather and Fısheries.. 1995. FAO Fish. An Epitome of Navigation. Meteoroloji Ders Notları. 1995. Tech. 1997. Birsen Yayınevi. FAO Fish. 2000. Ertuğ DUZGUNEŞ Turkish th EC: 3 Objectives of the Course Provide basic information about the estimation of stock abundances for the better stock management using various methods Contents of the Course Definition and descriptions. National Weather Service Observing Handbook No.. National Academy press. 126 sayfa Ertüre. S. How to Use Radiofacsimale Weather Maps. Introduction to Tropical Fish Stock Assessment. Denizcilik Meteorolojisi Ders Çalışma Kılavuzu.. Tech. 376 p. Trabzon Ahrens D. The American Pratical Navigator. Deniz Meteorolojisi.1987. Görsel Sanatlar Matbaacılık. İstanbul. Coastal Meteorology: A Review of The State of The Science. P. NOAA. S. 1992. K. 122 p. Kılıç. Fall semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . pp 133 Öney.. No: 701. A. Arbas Matbaacılık. Istanbul A written midterm exam (30%). Fish. Marine Climate.. Circ. 1993. 1979. Venema. Models for Fish Stock Assessment.. Textbook / Material . 171 sayfa. climate and the environment Fifth Edition . Meteorology Today an introduction to weather. VPA and cohort analyses. No: 190. C. Fishing News Books.Textbook / Material Erüz. 1978.1995. Teknik seri 1. T.Denizcilere Genel ve Sinoptik Meteoroloji. DMİ. simple counting techniques and application areas. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 401 STOCK ASSESSMENT METHODS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4 year... Pub. 1992. 25 pp National Research Council. Manual. Jones. 304 sayfa..LL. Dr. ve Yılmaz. Materials and Methods Used for Marking Experiments in Fishery Research.C. ikinci baskı. 1980. FAO. swept area. mark and recapture methods. İstanbul. Sparre..132 sayfa Laevastu. Marine Surface Weather Observations. photoelectrical cells. 420 sayfa.Alfa Denizcilik AŞ... Pap. 306/1. Ankara. No 9. 1986. 2001. De Lurry regression method Anonymous.

A. 2004. Klust. Prof.K. O. J. net utilization coefficient Forces acting upon nets (static and dynamic forces9 Design of trawl gears Hydrodynamic resistance of the gears Design of gillnets Design of purse seines Textbook / Material Gabriel. A.. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (3 hours). Dr. G. length. T. USA. Vol. 1982. ISBN 0 85238 118 2.Prof. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 405 FISH DISEASES (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer 4 year. A. It is also aimed for them to understand basic concept behind the gear design and parameters involved in.. An Introduction to Commercial Fishing Gear and Methods Used In Scotland.3 hours per week Assist. (Editors) Fish Catching Methods of the World.. FRS Marine Labıratory. Hamdi OGUT th EC: 3 . E. mesh size) Twine thickness. Netting materials for Fishing Gears (2nd edition).D. 223 s. 2005. area of netting. A written midterm exam (30%). At the end of the course the students will be able to design or select the fishing gear suitable for a given fishery. Cemal DİNÇER nd EC:3 Objectives of the Course The aim of this course to teach the students how to design and mend the fishing gears of various types. 536. Fall semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . R. Rice. (4th edition). 1988. 1. Dr. Wendth. Lange. P.3 hours per week Assoc. Fish Stock Assessment..Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Gulland. K. Fishing News (Books) Ltd. U. Farnham. Aberdeen.. FAO/Wiley Series on Food and Agriculture. Dahm... A written midterm exam (30%). Galbraith. Contents of the Course Basic definitions Net geometry (hanging ratio. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index SEC 403 NET PREPERATION AND MENDING (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4 year.

. 65 p. 1993. Sparre. Roberts. 1992. Oregon State University. Bacterial. 306/1. new York. J. Tech. 376 p. Part III. Venema. Introduction to Tropical Fish Stock Assessment. Ertuğ DÜZGÜNEŞ Turkish th EC: 3 Objectives of the Course Provide basic information about the selective fishing methods for sustainable fisheries Contents of the Course Definitions and description. viral and parasitical methods in fish disease diagnosis.R. 1995. Part 1. A written midterm exam (30%). 1975. FAO Fish. R. and Bromage. mesh size selectivity experiments. stock management and selectivity.4 hours per week Prof. quizzes and practical homeworks (30%) and a written end-of-term exam (40%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 409 SEAFOOD MARKETING (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department 4 year. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment John Fryer. J. A. Manual. Protozoan Parasites of Fishes. long line. Canada. Methodology Manual: Measurement of Fishing Gear Selectivity. A written midterm exam (30%). Elsevier. methods to increase selectivity. FAO Fish.. No: 41. Ders Notları.J. Fall semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering th EC: 3 . disease control strategies. Aquaprojects Inc. N. fish health management and related principles. and I. Inlglis.Language of instruction Turkish Objectives of the Course Introduce the diseases of fish and their treatment with emphasis on trout diseases Contents of the Course Introduction of fish and an overview of stress and stress factors affecting fish. Fall semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . Pap. V. Pap. qualitative and quantitative mesh size arrangements. viral and parasitical diseases and their treatment. C. Dr. Bacterial Diseases Of fish. gill net and trawl selectivity. 2000 Lom. Anonymous. P. S. 180 p. Tech. Pope. practical and homework (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index SEC 407 SELECTIVITY OF FISHING GEAR (3+0+1) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4 year. bacterial.. Selectivity of Fishing Gear. Dykovâ 1992. Manual of Methods for Fish Stock Assessment.

Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction IKT 310 General Economy Lectures (42 hours) 3 hours per week Doç Dr. promotion) Distribution channels of seafood products Market research for domestic and export markets Quality control in seafood. 6 Davies. 1990. 3. Dr. 1993. 1995. . İzmir. A written midterm exam (30%). 2. Sevim Köse None Turkish Objectives of the Course The main objectives of this course are to provide the student with a clear presentation of the basic concepts and principles of seafood marketing and train students to be able to apply this knowledge in fisheries industry Contents of the Course Definition of marketing and its importance Differences between seafood marketing and marketing of other products Marketing system and its environment Consumer behaviour and effects on marketing Marketing variables (product. power point presentations. Shaw. Bornova. Successful Marketing. Pazar Araştırması. price. B. homework (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 411 AQUATIC MICROBIOLOGY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4 year. (ISBN85238_176-X. 1. Fall semester th EC:3 Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None 42 hours (3 hours/week) Prof. Regulations in domestic and export seafood markets Textbook / Material Informal lecture notes and handouts. Marketing. Elbek. place.Hikmet KARAÇAM Objectives of the Course Its aim is to teach testing microbiological quality of drinking and process water and improve their knowledge on water pollution aspects. Davies. G. S.J. Ege Universitesi Basımevi. E. A Practical Guide for Fish Farmers. field training with several homework. A.

1998. Ecological functions of microorganisms in water (viruses. requirements and metabolism. Kaushik. Fall Semester Elective Fisheries Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) Prof. 250 pp. Dr. Energy requirements. 1998. Turantaş.Contents of the Course Introduction. bacteria. P. Genel Mikrobiyoloji. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 413 FISH NUTRITION AND FEED PROCESSING (3+0+0) Year / Semester Type of Course Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer(s) Language of instruction 4 year. protozoan and algae). İbrahim OKUMUŞ Turkish th EC: 3 Objectives of the Course The course provides students with a detailed understanding of aquatic nutrition. Digestive system and physiology of digestion. 1995. A written midterm exam (30%). B. 2nd Edition. Modern food microbiology. Gıda Mikrobiyolojisi. Ünlütürk. Feed production technology. 1996. De Silva. A. Course Contents Fish husbandry and fish nutrition. 408 pp.. Main foodstuffs used in compound feeds. Roles of microorganisms in biochemical circulation of elements in water. Compound feed formulation. Feeding practices. S. Vitamins. İzimir. London. Bergot. Kluwer Academic Publisher. Minerals. New York... and Anderson. J. M. R. Chapman and Hall. Fen Fak. İzmir. England.. Nutrition and Feeding of Fish.. F. M. 1999. 1991.Ü.. Springer-Praxis. Feed storage.. T. A.Y. J. Record keeping and evaluation.. Diversity and importance of microorganisms in water. Hoşsu.. 1986. Ders Kitapları Serisi No: 94. S... Environmental microbiological pollutants and their detoxification Informal lecture notes and handouts Öner. (Ed). term paper/assignment (20%) and final exam (50%) Recommended Reading Form of Assessment . Ege Üni. Métailler. Chapman & Hall. farming practice. Feed Additives. Main nutrients (proteins.. Bornova-İzmir. Nutrition and Feeding of Fish and Crustaceans. Textbook / Material Lecture notes and handouts Lovell. Korkut. feed formulation and the physiology and biochemistry of aquatic organisms. 319 p. 267 pp. fats and carbohydrates).A.S. Midterm exam (30%). 4th Edition. Fish Nutrition in Aquaculture. Analysis of foodstuffs and compound feeds. E. Su ürünleri Fakültesi Yayınları No: 50. Jay. Guillaume. Balık Besleme ve Yem Teknolojisi II (Fish Nutrition and Feed Technology). T.

Sürmene Deniz Bilimleri Fakültesi. Course Contents Application of theoretical knowledge to practice.C. training in aquaculture research unit Çelikkale. size sorting. feeding. K. . Prof. water quality and fish health monitoring. Production planning and management. transporting. hands-on experience in various aspects of finfish aquaculture.. weighing. Fall semester Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) .. Yayın No: 2 &3. World Aquaculture Society. Textbook / Material Lecture notes and handouts. Y.Ü. 2002. husbandry techniques. Ilhan ALTINOK Objectives of the Course A study of the fundamental process of the aquatic animal systems. Dr. İbrahim OKUMUŞ Turkish th EC: 3 Objectives of the Course This practical course provides students with the opportunity to gain intensive. Dr. Using a learner-based approach. Husbandry and management problems and developing practical solution approaches. 2.T. picking dead eggs. AVA Publishing Company Inc. feeding and nutrition. Spring Elective Fisheries Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) Prof. performance on practical works (20%) and final exam (50%) Recommended Reading Form of Assessment index SEC 417 COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish Elective (3+0+0) EC: 3 4th year. students will complete a series of problem solving modules covering topics in water management. 1996. counting. M. 211 pp. 419 & 460 pp. Fundamentals of Aquaculture. hatchery operations.3 hours per week Assist.S. J. Aquaculture Economic Analysis: An Introduction Advances in World Aquaculture Society.index SEC 402 FISH FARMING PRACTICES (3+0+0) Year / Semester Type of Course Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer(s) Language of instruction 4 year. Vo. Avault.Jr. cleaning. Record keeping and evaluation.889 pp.. Practical process during foundation of fish farms.W. 1990. Shang. İçsu Balıkları ve Yetiştiriciliği I-II. Basic principles in farm management. harvest). Midterm exam (30%). Husbandry practices in fish farms (stripping and fertilization of eggs. and health and disease..

1987. Trabzon Evans. CRC Press. W. Su ürünleri Fakültesi Yayınları no:32. T. 1998 The Physiology of Fishes. Fundamental mechanisms common to all animals and physiological adaptations for specialized situations. Comparative approach to study how groups of unrelated animals have evolved to cope with similar environmental conditions. no:145 268 p. respiratory system. Florida Aqu Farm Inc. 2002.3 hours per week Assoc. Snell. Denizel fitoplankton. A written midterm exam (30%). Özel. F. Manual. Baleen and blowhole. A. diving. Ege Üniversitesi Basım Evi . skeleton of flipper.H. muscul structure. history oh mammalian. Contents of the Course Introduction to mammalia. The strategies utilized by animals to adapt to specialized niches in extreme environments will also be considered. Prof. cardiovascular system. extratory organs. 1992. Dr. behavior. reproduction. A written midterm exam (30%) presentation of a research paper (30%) and a written end-of-term exam (40%) index SEC 419 MARINE MAMMALS (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4 year. Ege Üniversitesi Basım Evi . Comparative developmental biology Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Altinok. Muzaffer FEYZİOĞLU th EC: 3 Objectives of the Course The course aims to provide the students with a general information on marine mammals biology and systematic. Karşılaştırmalı fizyoloji ders notları. I. Koray. Hoff and T.Contents of the Course Comparison between aquatic and terrestrial life Physiological processes exhibited by diversity of animals and to provide a foundation for future study of biological systems. migration. 183 p. 2004. Plaktonoloji. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 421 AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status 4 year Fall semester Elective th EC: 3 . Plankton Culture. Fall semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . echolocation. Boca Raton. Textbook / Material Lecture notes İ. 228 p. systematic of marine mammals. DH. epidermis and fur strucrure.

Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (28 hours) and practicals (14 hours) . the course will explore the aquatic dynamics.R. lethal vs physiological) Behavioral responses to toxicants Physiological responses to toxicants Factors affecting toxicity & mixtures Chronic and early life cycle tests. Washington DC. their impact on the ecosystem.3 hours per week Assist. 1995. Washington DC. toxicity and microbial transformation of contaminants. trials and tribulations Toxicity assessment: end points in toxicity (acute versus chronic. radiation) The most common aquatic contaminants . Prof. 1083 pp. environmental fate and risk assessment. Ilhan ALTINOK Turkish Objectives of the Course This course has been designed to address aquatic pollution from a viewpoint of environmental toxicology. effects of contaminants on aquatic biota. organics. Taylor and francis. Fate of chemicals in the organism Toxicokinetics and Toxicodynamics Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Garry M. Determination of toxicity: toxicity testing. Fundamentals of aquatic toxicology. Contents of the Course Major classes of pollutants (inorganics. Fundamentals of aquatic toxicology. Dr. and the issue of water quality management from aquaculturist perspectives. Garry M. practical reports (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index . 1995. Routes by which pollutants enter the aquatic ecosystems. physiological effects at the organism level and effects at the population levels.R. comparison between effects of the pollutants at population level and effects between overexploitation and contaminants at population and community levels. 1083 pp A written midterm exam (30%). environmental fate and risk assessment. Taylor and francis. Based on the physical and chemical characteristics of water and pollutants. effects. effects.aquatic contaminants classification.

Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering Students successfully completed all the first year courses are eligible for getting project Practicals (84 hours) . Contents of the Course Requires the student to undertake a research project under the supervision of at least one staff member from the Department of Fisheries or other departments of the Faculty of Marine Sciences. Subject must consist of fieldwork. and laboratory work.maritime and fisheries Contents of the Course Divisions of Maritime Law and their subjects. ship owner. Course Material Recommended Reading Evaluation Methods Performance during field/la/library study and final project/dissertation evaluation exam index BTB 406 MARITIME LAW I (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4th year. Eng. embargo. regulations regarding sea pollution international law of the sea. flag. ending with a formal report. Dr. Maritime labour and social security law. guided by an academic advisor. The research is submitted in the form of a thesis. Custom affairs and transactions and financial obligations. territorial waters. Environment Law and Coast Law . contiguous zone.FOURTH YEAR EIGTH SEMESTER TEZ 400 GRADUATION PROJECT (BACHELOR'S THESIS) (0+6+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4 year. registration of ship. Maritime penal/criminal law. Ersan BAŞAR None Turkish EC: 5 Objectives of the Course To gain enough knowledge and practice in order to defend and protect related legal rights and interests and to avoid and overcome probable legal disputes and problems resulted from ship. internal waters. Spring semester Compulsory Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours). maritime administrative law. rd AK: 8 Objectives of the Course Independent individual or of 2-3 student team research on fisheries and aquatic sciences. Fisheries Law. Prof.3 hours per week Assist. literature search. captain. Safety at sea for life and property.6 hours per week Lecturers from Department of Fisheries tech. blockade. Ship. and orally presented to lecturers. Maritime public law. Related Administrative organizations and their duties and liabilities.

urgency.. 195 p. A written midterm exam (30%). Yavaşca. Seyfettin Ç. Beta Yayınları. 634 p. urgency and safety messages.. VHF R/Telefon Haberleşmesi. İstanbul. 1988.. Deniz Hukuku. Çolak.. E. Contents of the Course Signalling by morse code. GMDSS. radio telex. a quizz (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%). Su Ürünleri Mevzuatı ve Yaptırımlar Açısından Değerlendirilmesi. Poyraz. Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index BTB 408 MARINE COMMUNICATION I (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 3 year. procedures for distress.R. Beta Yayınları. T. Yeniyol Matbaası. İzmir.4 hours per week Instructor Osman DEMİREL None English Objectives of the Course This course aims to meet minimum requirements of the STCW/95 Convention for the functions Communication at sea for unlimited deck officer.Textbook / Material Lecture Notes: To be delivered during the lectures Kender. 219 p.. Emiroğlu. distress. Deniz Ticareti Hukuku. Uluslar arası Kamusal Deniz Hukuku. 2003. GMDSS El Kitabı. H. Alkım yayınevi. keeping a radio log-book.C. 263 p. F.. Acarer T. Ö. Environment and Coast Law. Deniz Ticareti Hukuku. İTÜ Denizcilik Fakültesi. single-letter meanings. Çetingil.. safety and navigational messages in Global Maritime Distress and Safety System.. A written midterm exam (30%). B. usage of Code book. 160 p. Fisheries .distress frequency monitoring. Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 404 ADVANCED SEAFOOD PROCESSING (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended 4th year. 273 p.2001. Piri Reis Vakfı. İstanbul.. Ustaoğlu. Textbook / Material Lecture Notes: To be delivered during the lectures Sarıcıoğlu. Ankara Tekil. 1993.. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering Seafood Processing Technology EC: 4 . communicating with port authorities and vessel traffic services. International Code of Signals. A. 1999. a practical exam (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%)..TKB 413 s. İzmir. Radiotelephone communications. 2002. H.. Fall semester Compulsory Maritime Transportation and Management Engineering None rd EC: 5 Lectures (28 hours) and practical (28 hours). Çalık. İstanbul. S. Ekinalan.

1992. Anonymous. 1997. pH shift (acid –alkali) method in extracting fish protein and lipid. Product processing experiments and field trips. Meritt & M. South Pacific Commission. J.M. Chapman & Hall. Sashimi and sushi production. power point presentations. The Japanese way of Healty Recipies Sushi. Mackie. Cross Media. Rollinson. London. 2001.Sashimi and Processing tuna for Sashimi. Second Edition. I. MAFF. Infofish Technical Handbook 7. High Pressure Processing in seafood production. A. homework and practical exam (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 406 FOOD MICROBIOLOGY (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4 year spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . Sevim Köse None English/Turkish Objectives of the Course The main objectives of this course are to provide the student with a wide knowledge on the advanced seafood processing techniques for specific seafood products so that they can apply this knowledge in the fisheries industry. London. Anonymous. Holland. Martin. Handbook No. Blackie Academic & Professional. Second Edition. J.Sous-vide technology in ready to eat seafood products. IFST. Brown J. tasty.Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Lectures (42 hours) 3 hours per week Doç Dr. Cambridge. 18. & Buss DH. Textbook / Material Informal lecture notes and handouts. 1994. London. A Handbook for fishers. Royal Society of Chemistry. L. M. Agar and Agar Production. H. 1994. Edinburgh. Biotechnological applications. Guidelines for its determination and prediction. Processing of seaweed and algae. traditional dishes. Fish Handling & Processing. Japan.3 hours per week Prof.M. A. L. Shellfish processing and other specific seafood processing. 1993. Sea cucumbers and Beche-De-Mer. Fish and fish Products. Fisheries by-products. Fisheries Processing. 1982. Hall. Infofish Technical Handbook 1. G. . Hikmet KARAÇAM nd EC:4 . 1993. Aitken. Fish sauce production. Noumea. and their utilization. A written midterm exam (30%). 5th Edition. Windsor. Anonymous. Anonymos. Dr. 1992. Fish fingers and other ready to eat seafood products. Fish processing Technology. (Editor). B. Shelf life of foods. Contents of the Course Minced fish processing technology and specific products produced from minded fish such as surimi and fish burgers. Torry Research Station.

ISBN: 1402031580 A written midterm exam (30%). sustainable development and its perspectives. et al. principles of ICAM. A written midterm exam (30%). Ankara. . France. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures(42 hours) . Microbial spoilage of foods. sour and safety about the foods. Jay. 1991. M.. Modern food microbiology. Gıda Mikrobiyolojisi. IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences). Dr. quizzes and practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 410 INTEGRATED COASTAL AREA MANAGEMENT (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction Turkish 4 year. Contents of the Course Classifying microorganisms in food. Gıda Mikrobiyolojisi ve Uygulamaları. Introduction to environmental economics. M. cost-benefit analysis Textbook / Material Informal lecture notes and handouts Strategic Management of Marine Ecosystems : Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Strategic Management of Marine Ecosystems. Kadir SEYHAN th EC:4 Objectives of the Course Provide an overview of integrated coastal zone and its management (ICAM). Eugene Levner (Editor). ve ark.Objectives of the Course Aim is to provide the students to achieve rigging about the food hygenity to provide them to obtain information about the food quality. Determination of microorganisms and their toxins in food. Ünlütürk. Contents of the Course Basic definitions. İzmir. 1998. Spring semester Elective rd EC: 3 . Nice. New York.. coastal resources. Chapman & Hall. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) Recommended Reading Method of Assessment index SEC 408 ENFORMATICS II (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status 3 year.. Microbial food-borne diseases.. Akçelik. 2000.. Preservation of foods with chemical and physical methods.. A. 4th Edition.3 hours per week Prof. ve Turantaş. F. J. Springer.

Mixing. 1992. 103 p. N. Heat converters. N. Recommended Reading . Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technoloyg Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) 3 hours per week Assoc. Drying. Ziraat Fak. Mass and energy protection.L. Yayınları. Yayın No:115. K.Prof. Yayınları. Hamdi OGUT Lecturer Co-lecturer Turkish Language of instruction Objectives of the Course Using the Excel and its component (visual basic – macro) make students to have programming capability. Muhammet Boran None Turkish EC:4 Objectives of the Course Provide an overview about fish processing techniques Contents of the Course Basic concepts. Dr.. practical and homework (20%) and a Method of Assessment written end-of-term exam (50%) index SEC 414 SEAFOOD PROCESSING ENGINEERING (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4rd year. Uygulamalı Soğutma Tekniği. Textbook / Material Lecture Notes: To be delivered during the lectures Özkol. 1986.. Functions. Control structures. separating. Fish processing industry. Ziraat Fak. Ö. 1986. Gürses.. Sterilization of canning fish. Yayınları. This course will make them the familiar with programming effort with minimal effort. Su Ürünleri Teknolojisi. Prof. Gıda İşleme Mühendisliği. Basic conductivity. grinding processes. Göğüs.3 hours per week Form of Teaching Assist. Programming applications in fisheries Macro entegration Simulation and optimization applications Lecture Notes – Hamdi OGUT Textbook / Material Recommended Reading A written midterm exam (30%). Conditional statements.Fisheries Technology Engineering Department None Prerequisite / Recommended Lectures (3 hours).. Constant heat transfer. 1985.II. Gürses. ve Kolsarıcı. Ö. We expect that they will have projects related to computer. Ankara Üniversitesi.L. Heat transfer. Ziraat Fak. Gıda İşleme Mühendisliği. Ankara Üniversitesi. Ankara Üniversitesi. especially excel in the other classes and after they graduate. 187 p. Dr. 132 p. Contents of the Course Basics of programming in Visual Basic Variables. Fluids. 464 p.I. Makina Mühendisleri Odası.

Shore laws and applications. a quizz (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) index SEC 416 MANAGEMENT OF MARINE ECOSYSTEM (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4 year. Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment Some reading books suggested. Coastal changes. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures(42 hours) . design and building. Management strategies. biodiversity. Textbook / Material Erüz. Further readings. Economic. homework (20%) and a written end-ofterm exam (50%) index SEC 418 COASTAL STRUCTURES AND MANAGEMENT (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4 year.C. natural hazards and building strategies of the coastal protection etc.. Types of coasts. Human interventions. Kadir SEYHAN Turkish th EC:4 Objectives of the Course Provide an overview of marine ecosystem its problems and management. 2004. Structures of the naturel coasts. Ders Notları. Coastal structures. bathymetric and hydrodynamic properties of the coasts.. A written midterm exam (30%). Prof. planning. ecological and social effects of human activities. Topographic. problems in the ecosystems and its management. Harbours and fishing harbours. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures 42 hours . Coşkun ERÜZ Turkish th EC:3 Objectives of the Course Giving basic knowledge and skils for coast and coastal structures. Coastal management applications.3 hours per week Prof. Dr. Contents of the Course Biological and ecosystem resources in the marine ecosystem.3 hours per week Assist.Method of Assessment A written midterm exam (30%). Trabzon . Dr. Contents of the Course Introduction. its measurement. Local conditions.

index .Recommended Reading Kocataş. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Method of Assessment index SEC 420 FISH HEALTH MENAGEMENT (3+0+0) Year / Semester Status Department Prerequisite / Recommended Form of Teaching Lecturer Co-lecturer Language of instruction 4th year. Contents of the Course Review of fish anatomy and physiology of fish Management and prevention of disease Recognizing Diseases Water quality parameters and disease Epizootiology of fish diseases Nutritional fish diseases Pathological Changes Related to Disease Early diagnosis Treatments Textbook / Material Recommended Reading Method of Assessment A written midterm exam (30%). coastal structures and coastlines. İzmir. Basic Coastal Enginering.. Sorensen.. 328 p.3 hours per week Assist.A. Kıyı Yapıları ve Limanlar. Magoon. AMES. İstanbul..K.O.W.. Prof. Iowa State University. TC. Oseanoloji: Deniz Bilimlerine Giriş.A. Dr. 2004. I.second edition. practical homeworks (20%) and a written end-of-term exam (50%) Altinok. Balık sağlığı muhafazası ders notları. 2003 A written midterm exam (30%). Ilhan ALTINOK Turkish EC: 4 Objectives of the Course To emphesize salient points of host-pathogen-environment relationships and explore how menagement can be used to help reduce effects of fish diseases... Pirello. Trabzon Plumb. Advances in Coastal Structure Design. Ulusal Denizcilik Şurası Bildirileri. Health maintenance and principal microbial diseases of cultured fishes. Allsop N. 2. Spring semester Elective Fisheries Technology Engineering None Lectures (42 hours) . 2002 Mohan. 2000. 2004.. 1997. americam Society of Civil Engineers. Thomas Telford Publishing. R. Kluwer Academic Publishers. A. M. Denizcilik Müsteşarlığı. 1999.R.M. J.H. Ege Üniversitesi Basımevi. Breakwaters.