Minor Program

Students who are attending an undergraduate education program and who meet certain conditions are allowed to continue education in another department or faculty within or outside the same faculty, if they wish and are accepted, to enable them to gain knowledge in a certain field. program is called “Minor Program”.

The student can apply for a minor program at the beginning of the third semester of the major undergraduate program at the earliest and at the beginning of the sixth semester at the latest.

The Minor Program consists of 60 ECTS credits.


In order for the student to apply for a minor program, until the semester in which he/she applies;

  • Success by taking all the courses prescribed in the major undergraduate program,
  • Having a GPA of at least 65 out of 100 and at least 2.25 out of 4.00 must.

YDP Coordinators

A "Minor Program Coordinator" is appointed by the relevant department head to determine the courses that students will take in the minor program and to assist in planning the semesters in which these courses will be taken. The Minor Program Coordinator ensures the guidance of students by communicating with the major undergraduate program advisors.

Tuition Fee

Students participating in the minor program are not charged for the minor program courses they take within the normal education period (4 years). Students are charged a tuition fee determined by the Board of Trustees for courses taken within the scope of the minor program for periods exceeding 4 years and for courses taken during Summer School.