|AR 101||INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN||(4-8) 8|
Introduction to different design tools and media; The elements of design and the fundamentals of visual perception; Two-dimensional composition principles founding formal configurations; Analysis of the precedents and understanding their fundamental design elements; Short-term studio studies aimed at creating connections between visual perception and analytical thinking.
|CP 111||URBANIZATION AND CITY PLANNING||(3-2) 4|
Urbanization. Types of urban settlements. Urban economy. Urban land. Urban morphology. Urbanization and natural environment. Urban land use, infrastructure and transportation. Urban planning. Planning problems of Turkey. Urban design and planning process. Development plans, renewal and conservation issues. Administrative and legal aspects of city planning.
|Math 141||BASIC CALCULUS I||(3-2) 4|
This course is an introduction to differential and integral calculus. The course will be cantered around several main topics covering the notion of integration techniques and exponential and logarithmic functions with applications.
|AR 161||GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION||(2-2) 3|
Fundamental skills of drawing materials and media such as different kinds of paper, pencil, paint and ink as well as drawing tools like t-square, set square, compass etc. 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional drawing techniques such as orthographic drawing and projection, perspective drawing, sketching. Basic presentation and rendering skills such as model making, shading, hatching, sheet organization etc.
|ENG 101||DEVELOPMENT OF READING AND WRITING SKILLS I||(3-0) 3|
|AR 102||INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN||(4-8) 8|
Introduction to spatial concepts and space definitions in architecture; Basic understanding of the qualities and the physical elements that construct and define architectural spaces. Understanding of simple organizations, use and relationship between spaces. Full comprehension of scale and proportion. General understanding of structure in architecture, and basic knowledge of the environmental conditions and qualities.
|Math 142||BASIC CALCULUS II||(3-2) 4|
Polar Coordinates, Infinite series, Partial differentiation and Multiple integrals. Applications of calculus include virtually every area of science along with business and economics. Even the applications of these concepts will be given by Mathematica in the Computer Lab our guiding star is that we are teaching calculus, not Mathematica.
|CP 132||CITY IN HISTORY||(3-0) 3|
The course examines the city in a historical perspective in relation to the philosophical, social, economic, technological and political contexts of the time period studied. It proceeds along with two axes: on the one hand, it examines the city in history from the first Neolithic settlements the ancient Greek Polis, renaissance cities to pre-industrial and industrial cities and introduces students to the key ideas, precedents and theoretical discourses relevant to city both current and historical, on the other. Thus it focuses on i) how philosophy contributes to an understanding of city by generating critical ideals of the city and city life and though critical reflection on cities; and ii) provides students of a perspective about how distinctive urban forms emerge within a complex interplay among social, economic, political and cultural forces.
|CP 166||COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN FOR PLANNERS||(2-2) 3|
This course provides students with the effective use of Computer Aided Design (CAD) techniques for designing and drawing geometric objects with a focus on city and regional planning. Students will gain skills to make, edit and modify2-dimensional and 3-dimensional technical drawings using popular CAD software’s (Autodesk AutoCAD, Trimble SketchUP, Graphisoft ArchiCAD).Additionally, students will also learn geometric design and modelling in 2-dimension and 3-dimension as well as the basics of digital mapping.
|ENG 102||DEVELOPMENT OF READING AND WRITING SKILLS II||(3-0) 3|
|SP 191||SUMMER TRAINING I: Measured Drawings (2 weeks)||(non-credit)|
|SP 192||SUMMER TRAINING II: Surveying and Mapping Knowledge (4 weeks)||(non-credit)|
|CP 201||SITE PLANNING STUDIO (prerequiste-AR102)||(4-8) 8|
This is the first planning design studio for the undergraduate students of urban planning. It aims at introducing students with the basics of site planning and its details for a settlement in a neighbourhood size. These basics include (I) analysing a settlement on a selected site and its environment with geographical, topographical and climatic features and socio-economic structures; (ii) Planning and designing a new neighbourhood on that site with its required land uses, population density, building typologies and size, transportation systems, infrastructure and other urban features according to a set of “settlement scenarios” and (iii) developing plans and projects at the scales that vary from building to neighborhood of this new settlement.
|CP 251||BUILDING TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE FOR CITY PLANNERS||(2-2) 3|
prerequiste :AR 161
To understand basic concepts about building and design. To explore user requirements, building typology, big-scale buildings and residential building types, as well as physical environmental factors effecting design, orientation of buildings, topography and earthquake. Additionally introducing the basic concepts of buildings and structures with the principles of masonry and load bearing (frame) systems.
|CP 243||HISTORY OF URBANISM||(3-0) 3|
prerequiste :CP 132
The course examines the history of built environment and planning in relation to the philosophical, social, economic, political and technological context of the time period (19th and 20th Centuries) studied.
|CP 253||STATISTICAL METHODS FOR PLANNERS||(3-0) 3|
The role and use of statistical methods in the study of urban and regional issues. The course will cover elementary statistics, applicable methods of probability, descriptive statistics, estimation, hypothesis, testing, regression analysis and the use of microcomputer statistical packages.
|ENG 201||ADVANCED ENGLISH||(3-0) 3|
|HIST 201||PRINCIPLES OF ATATÜRK||(0-2) NC|
|TÜRK 201||TURKISH LANGUAGE||(0-2) NC|
|CP 202||PLANNING DESIGN I (prerequiste-CP201)||(4-8) 8|
In this planning design class, the basics of planning process of a small new town are introduced to students. These basics include (i) analysing a settlement on a selected site and its environment with geographical and topographical features and socio-economic structures at various spatial scales; (ii) “imagining” a new town on that site with alternative urban forms and layouts and distributions of land uses, population density, transportation systems, infrastructure and other urban features according to a set of “city scenarios” and (iii) developing plans and projects at different scales for that new town.
|CP 242||URBAN SOCIOLOGY||(3-0) 3|
The course begins with an exploration of the roots of urban sociology in its connections with the rise of sociology as a discipline and examines the key concepts, issues and classical theories of sociology. Then it focuses on the essential theoretical and phenomenal issues and problems of urban sociology. By taking a departure from the socio-spatial problematique, it elaborates on urbanization, industrialisation, globalization and urban restructuring, uneven development and spatial differentiation, urban poverty, housing question, urban life and urban culture and urban policy.
|CP 254||ECONOMICS FOR DESIGNERS AND PLANNERS||(3-0) 3|
Basic concepts of economics will be introduced, including supply, demand, market equilibrium; theory of consumer behaviour, theory of production and cost, government interventions on price mechanisms. Introduction to basic macro economic concepts, national growth, gross-national product, income distribution, regional inequalities, theories of the development process: neoclassical, structuralist and other approaches. Economic structure and planning experience during the republican period of Turkey.
|CP 256||QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES AND METHODS FOR PLANNING||(3-0) 3|
This course will focus on various types of techniques, methods and models used to analyse urban and regional policy, including the techniques for decision analysis, methods of forecasting, models related with location and travel behaviour, land-use models; methods and models for forecasting the regional income and employment.
|CP 266||INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS)||(2-2) 3|
GIS plays an important and critical role in the field of urban planning in current planning practice.In order to give the students a solid base working with GIS, the course focuses on computer skills, basic principles of cartography and spatial thinking. The theoretical lectures and practical exercises cover classical cartographic concepts, as well as concepts of state-of-the-art GIS techniques. The course emphasizes an integrative and interdisciplinary approach to spatial decision-making and problem solving and gives an introduction to GIS in natural and social sciences as well as in humanities.
|HIST 202||PRINCIPLES OF ATATÜRK II||(0-2) NC|
|TÜRK 202||TURKISH LANGUAGE II||(0-2) NC|
|CP 290||PLANNING INTERNSHIP I (4 weeks)||(non-credit)|
Summer field work in the cities. Survey of social, physical, institutional and economic features of the city. Preparation of an analytical report for the studied urban setting. At least four weeks of full time study.
|CP 301||PLANNING DESIGN II (prerequiste-CP202,CP290)||(4-8) 8|
Application of spatial strategic planning principles for the development of a sub-region. Understanding the structure and spatial organization requirements of the settlements in the sub-region. Development of sectoral policies in relation with planning principles and design standards. (This studio should utilize the data collected during the Planning Internship I)
|CP 331||PLANNING THEORY AND PRACTICE||(3-0) 3|
Development of Planning Thought. A review of attempts to understand contemporary city and city planning processes. Theory is examined in order to explain the location, size, form and functioning of cities. Also, planning theory provides the critical discussion of alternative forms and arguments of decision making processes in city planning. Political, organizational, practical-ethical aspects of planning practice are explored.
|CP 335||ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND PLANNING||(3-0) 3|
The course explores the fundamental concepts of ecology the interactions between natural environment and urbanization and the environmental problems created by the current trends in urban processes. Then it elaborates on the policy options and planning tools for creating sustainable urban environments and solving the environmental problems such as urban and industrial pollution chemical toxins, water scarcity, degradation in ecosystems, etc. The course also covers the methods for analysing and evaluating the adverse impacts of current trends of industrialization and urbanization on the natural environment.
|CP 345||URBAN GEOGRAPHY||(3-0) 3|
The course begins with theories of the origin, growth and development of cities and then studies their contemporary economic functions, spatial structure and socio-cultural characteristics. It then turns to several current urban debates and public policy controversies. Most current issues have an explicitly urban dimension and many debates are impossible to comprehend without some appreciation of basic urban theory. That is why throughout the course we will examine the interplay between established “classical” theories of the city and new efforts to understand new processes new opportunities.
|CP 355||URBAN TRANSPORTATION PLANNING||(3-0) 3|
Urban travel characteristics and trends, historical evolution of transport systems, demand market estimation. Urban transportation goals and objectives, planning approaches and models. Transportation types and modes, traffic flow theories, speed-flow relations. Transportation facilities, road design horizontal and vertical alignments, junction types and design requirements. Public transportation systems design characteristics; public transport capacity analyses, fleet size,
route types, level of service and other performance indicators. Road capacity analysis novel transportation concepts and emerging issues and technologies. Carpark design. Introduction to four step transportation planning, integration of sustainability principles.
|CP 302||PLANNING DESIGN III (prerequiste-CP301)||(4-8) 8|
A continuator of CP 301 with an emphasis on the development of urban structure plan and action area plans in accordance with the Turkish planning practice. Action area plans may include projects on issues as Public housing, Industrial & Technological Sites, New urban development, Transportation, Urban renewal, Conservation, City entrance, Health, Tourism and Rrecreation.
|CP 344||URBAN ECONOMICS||(3-0) 3|
The course covers the discussions on economic dimension of urbanization and basic concepts and theoretical frameworks developed within this context. It elaborates on the economic reasons of locational preferences of different sectors, economics of urban growth, urban hierarchical structure, urban land market and rationale of public intervention to land market.
|CP 372||URBAN HOUSING||(3-0) 3|
Urban housing definitions and related concepts; location theories and urban housing locational principles of urban housing market, macroeconomic and microeconomic aspects; effects of housing demand and supply on forming housing market and related quantitative methods; actors in housing market; outcomes of housing market: filtering, vacancy chains and assessment of housing neighbourhoods and hedonic price index, transformation of housing settlements; housing policies and the state.
|CP 384||LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF PLANNING||(3-0) 3|
Evaluation of the urbanization process, spatial planning experiences and institutional structure of planning in our Country, evaluation of Development Act numbered 3194 and its related regulations. Discussions on “justice in planning”, “planning ethics”, “public benefit” and “governance” concepts in spatial planning processes. Discussions of real judicial cases related with spatial planning practice and their presentation and evaluation in the class.
|CP 362||URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS||(3-0) 3|
Elements of urban infrastructure, systems of water, sewage and solid waste. Establishing the infrastructure demands of a region, city or site and methods for serving these demands. Integration of planning infrastructure systems to city planning process. Students are instructed to prepare a paper analysing the infrastructure problems of a particular site and the alternatives for solving them.
|CP 390||PLANNING INTERNSHIP II (4 weeks)||(non-credit)|
Experience in public and private planning or development agencies; designed to introduce students to professional employment and actual planning practice. Students work in a department approved agency of their own choice. At least four weeks of full time employment. Reports are submitted by both employer and student.
|CP 401||URBAN DESIGN (prerequiste-CP302)||(4-8) 8|
Application of urban design theory, methods and techniques to specific large scale development and redevelopment endeavours with metropolitan areas. Strategies for change in large areas of cities to be developed over time, involving different actors. Developing designs in to a natural, man made, historical and cultural outlooks; enabling (F)desirable activity patterns; conceptualising built form; providing infrastructure and services systems. Involves architecture and planning students enjoying work; requires individual designs on design and planning guidelines.
|CP 413||URBAN REGENERATION : THEORY AND PRACTICE||(3-0) 3|
The main causes and the proponents of the process of the urban degradation and its wider implication on the social, physical, economic, cultural and ecological qualities of the cities. II. The complex understanding and instruments organized to improve and to mitigate low quality-low standard of living condition and poor infrastructures of the depressed areas in order to and preserve healthy living and environmental conditions. III. The ways and solutions to provide the improvements of the continuities lost in the cities, their improvements, conservation and regeneration and transferring them to the future generation.
|CP 421||REAL ESTATE ECONOMICS||(3-0) 3|
This course is to teach the student with the basic concepts of engineering economics, finance mathematics, real estate and its related market analysis and appraisal. The content of the course is arranged to give basic ability to analyse the characteristics of real estate, its investors and its market. At the end of the course the student will be able to investigate and evaluate any value profitability and marketability of any and/or alternative real estate investments.
|TECHNICAL ELECTIVE||(3-0) 3|
|TECHNICAL ELECTIVE||(3-0) 3|
|CP 402||PLANNING DESIGN IV (prerequiste-CP401)||(4-8) 8|
Subjects of graduation project offerings based upon student demand and availability of faculty. The student conducts an individual study under faculty guidance.
|CP 438||URBAN POLITICS||(3-0) 3|
The course intends to construct a critical and relational perspective to problematize the production of urban space as a political issue with capital accumulation, class conflict, hegemony and ideology. Throughout the course, different cases of urban development practices, including EU, North and South American countries, Asian and African countries, will be presented and these cases will be discussed with reference to the concepts like capital accumulation, class conflict, hegemony struggle and state power. Different cases from different countries of the world will be discussed through comparing them with Turkish case to explain how the urban growth and planning, collective consumption and struggles for the right to the city large scale projects and urban social movements take place in the metropolitan cities of Turkey. The roles, strategies and political positions of the state capital and the different agents of civil society in these processes
will be elucidated.
|CP 488||PRESERVATION OF URBAN SPACES||(3-0) 3|
The methods of description, analysis, interpretation, evaluation, and historic preservation of urban spaces. Theoretical and critical approaches to historic and contemporary urban spaces. This course emphasizes the relation between old and new buildings and urban spaces.
|TECHNICAL ELECTIVE||(3-0) 3|
|TECHNICAL ELECTIVE||(3-0) 3|