Economics - Department Information   
Language Turkish
Program Time (Year) 4
Max.Program Time (Year) 7
Program Quota
Internships Status Absent
ÖSYM type EA
About Programme

Economics is a social science that analyses production, allocation and consumption of goods and services as well as endeavours to answer what/how/for whom should be produced/manufactured.

Economics is a social science that analyses not only production and consumption of goods and services in the world with limited resouces but also tries to answer how those goods and services should be allocated between competing ends. Economics utilizes from Bussiness, Finance, International relations, Politicial Sciences  and Public Administration, Law, Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Philosophy, History, Literature, Mathematics, Statistics and Econometrics to better understand acts and facts. Some issues almost everyday make the headlines on mass media like growth, unemployment, inflation, efficiency, and foreign trade which closely related to the society's welfare are in the interest of Economics. 

Economics breaks down into many subfields. Some of them are; Economic Theory, Economic Policy, Economic History, and Economic Development and International Economics. 

PROG. Director
Associate Prof.Dr. Melike ATAY POLAT
Department’s ECTS and Erasmus Co-ordinator
Research Assist. Behiye KÖRPE
Mardin Artuklu University is established on 26 February 2010 and started to accept undergraduate students in September 2011.
Qualification Awarded
4-year bachelor of arts degree for economics (equivalent to 240 ECTS credits)
Admission Requirements
MAU Economics department accepts students only through centrally administered OSYM exams.
Higher Grade Transition
All students that succesfully completes the following graduation requirements are eligible for further education.
Graduation Requirements
* Successfully completing all the required courses in the Economics curriculum and also successfully completing the minimum number of elective courses (total of 240 ECTS or 144 Turkish credits).
* Earning a minimum of 60 (over 100) for each course and a minimum of 60 (over 100) GPA by the end of 4 years.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
* The graduates of MAU Economics department can be employed both in public and private (domestic or international) institutions.
* Our graduates can continue their education by acquiring Masters and PhD degrees if they choose so.
Assessment and Grading
Every instructor determines the grading policy of her own course within the general confines of MAU grading policy.