Double Major and Minor in Business Administration
Department of Business Administration students can also benefit from double major and minor programs in addition to their undergraduate education. The Department of Business Administration is a stepping stone for students who have an entrepreneurial spirit and want to do their own business, and for those who want to become managers in professional business life. Regardless of the student's discipline, he or she can gain the opportunity to find employment in a wider range of areas after graduation, thanks to gaining competence in the management-organization, marketing-production management and accounting-finance sub-fields of the business.
What are Double Major and Minor programs?
Double major is a program that allows students who meet the success requirement and other conditions to take courses from two diploma programs of the same higher education institution simultaneously and receive two separate diplomas. Students can graduate by completing their course loads in both departments.
A minor is a program that provides a document (minor certificate) that does not replace a diploma by taking a limited number of courses in a specific field within the scope of another diploma program within the same higher education institution, provided that the student enrolled in a diploma program meets the specified conditions.
When can application be made for Double Major and Minor programs?
For double major programs, students can complete their studies in the third semester at the earliest and in the fifth semester at the latest; For minor programs, students can apply at the beginning of their third semester at the earliest and at the beginning of their sixth semester at the latest.
Departments that have double major aggrements with Business Administration Department :
Advertising Design and Communication
Agricultural Trade and Management
Public Relations and Publicity
Information Systems and Technologies
Management Information Systems
Arts and Culture Management
Political Science and International Relations (EN)
Gastronomy and Culinary Arts
Radio Television and Cinema
International Trade and Business
Business Administration has minor degree agreements almost with all departments at the university.
What are the basic requirements for doing a Double Major and Minor?
Must have successfully completed all the courses taken in the major program in which he/she is registered by the semester he/she applies. Courses completed before starting a double major cannot be adjusted.
At the time of application for a double major program, the GPA in the major program must be at least 2.75 and the student must be in the top 20% of the relevant class of the major program in terms of success ranking. In order to study with a double major scholarship, a GPA of 3.25 out of 4 is required.
To apply to minor programs, the overall GPA must be at least 2.5 out of 4. Students with a GPA of 3.00 and above can enroll in minor programs with a full scholarship.
It is not possible to enroll in more than one second major program at the same time. However, it is possible to enroll in a minor program with a second major diploma at the same time.
What are the attendance requirements for Double Major and Minor programs?
During the double major education, the student's second major GPA may decrease to 2.50 only once. A student whose GPA falls below 2.50 for the second time will be deregistered from the second major diploma program.
In order for the student to continue in the minor program, the GPA in the major program must be at least 2.30. A student who cannot meet this requirement will be deregistered from the minor program.
A student who does not take courses in a double major and minor program for two consecutive semesters will be deregistered from the second major and/or minor program.
What are the graduation requirements from the programs?
In order to graduate from the second major program, the second major GPA must be at least 2.70 and the graduation requirements of the programs must be met. Adaptation and graduation procedures will be based on the protocol valid on the date of starting the double major.
In order to receive a minor certificate, the major GPA must be at least 2.30.
A student who continues a double major or minor program is given a second major diploma or minor certificate if he/she graduates from the first major program he/she continues.
Which document will the student who is eligible for graduation be entitled to receive?
A second major undergraduate diploma is given to the student who has the right to graduate from the major undergraduate program in which he/she is registered and who completes the double major program, and a minor certificate is given to the student who completes the minor program.
*Our Double Major and Minor Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Gaye Gencer - firstname.lastname@example.org
*Click here to access the Double Major and Minor Application and Registration Form.
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*For more detailed information, please click on the Double Major and Minor Programs Regulations.