Law Faculty Program is designed to educate students in order them to be jurist who is fully equipped with the understanding of modern law at national and international level, follows the principles of the rule of law, respects for human rights, contributes to the development of law and tradition of legal justice, aware of national and international issues, is able to interpret and evaluate the developments in these fields.
Description of Law Faculty Program
Foundation & Recognition
Cag University Faculty of Law has been established with the objective of educating jurist who knows at least one foreign language, a broad general knowledge, legal culture and a deep knowledge of law, has the ability to make legal reasoning, as well as contribute to the science of law at national and international level.
Official Gazette: 18.11.1997, No.(R): 23174
Certified by Higher Education Council: 25.05.1998/10089
The students who have successfully completed the program will be awarded with a Bachelor's Degree of Law
Level Of Qualification
First Cycle Degree Program on Law
Specific Admission Requirements
Students who have started studies in other domestic or international universities may apply for admission according to Regulations of Council of Higher Education and Çağ University
See for details information about Çağ > Admission Requirements
Specific Arrangements For Recognition Of Prior Learning (Formal, Non-Formal And Informal)
Students who have studied at other Universities may transfer Çağ University Faculty of Law Program after the completion of first year.
Exemption is given for any other courses which have been taken with passing grades and same content from other universities.
Qualification Requirements And Regulations
A student is required to have a minimum CGPA of 2.00/4.00 and no failing grades.
Profile Of The Program
Faculty of Law program has been prepared with the objective of satisfying the requirements of a jurist who is accordance with the modern era, has the ability to speak a foreign language, knows all fundamental legal issues, and qualified to work not only at the national level, but also at the international level.
Occupational Profiles Of Graduates With Examples
Graduates of the Faculty of Law has the potential to have occupation in a wide variety of areas, for instance as judge, prosecutor, lawyer, legal counsel, chief of civil administration, etc.
Access To Further Studies
Students may apply to graduate (second cycle) programs.
Examination Regulations, Assessment And Grading
The examination regulations are specified for each course. However, generally, there is 1 Midterm Exam and 1 Final Exam for each course. See the exam regulations, assessment and grading of each course in the Course Structure Diagram for details.
The graduation requirements for the Program of Faculty of Law are as same as the general qualification requirements and regulations of Çağ University. There is no additional requirement to secure the Associate's Degree provided that the students have passed all the courses in the curriculum with at least a DD grade, had a cumulative gross point average of at least 2.00 out of 4.00.
Mode of Study
Prof. Yücel ERTEKİN
ECTS & Erasmus Coordinator
Assist. Prof.Dr. Sami Doğru
|TUR-103||Turkish I Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|ENG-107||Professional English I Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-115||Introduction to Law Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-121||Civil Law I Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-123||Constitutional Law I Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||05|
|HLA-101||Area Elective I Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|HLG-101||General Elective I Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||04|
|TUR-104||Turkish II Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|ECO-108||Economics Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||05|
|ENG-108||Professional English II Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-122||Civil Law II Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-124||Constitutional Law II Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||05|
|LAW-142||Roman Law Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|HLA-102||Area Elective II Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|TAR-201||Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution I Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|ENG-207||Professional English III Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-209||Fiscal Law I Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-221||International Law I Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-233||Criminal Law I (General Provisions) Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-241||Law of Obligations I (General Provisions) Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-243||Administrative Law I Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||04|
|HLA-201||Area Elective III Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|TAR-202||Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution II Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|ENG-208||Professional English IV Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-210||Fiscal Law II Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-218||International Law II Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-240||Criminal Law II (General Provisions) Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-242||Law of Obligations II (General Provisions) Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-244||Administrative Law II Basic Occupational Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||04|
|HLA-202||Area Elective IV Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|ENG-307||Communication Skills in Law I Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-311||Law of Obligations I (Special Provisions) Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-313||Criminal Law I (Special Provisions) Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-315||Law of Civil Procedure I Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-317||Law of Property I Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-343||Administrative Justice Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-301||Area Elective V Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|ENG-308||Communication Skills in Law II Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-314||Criminal Law II (Special Provisions) Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-316||Law of Civil Procedure II Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-318||Law of Property II Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-320||Law of Obligations II (Special Provisions) Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-324||Commercial Law (Company Law) Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-302||Area Elective VI Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-303||Area Elective VII Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-405||Execution and Bankruptcy Law I Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|ENG-407||Legal Terminology I Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-407||Law of Criminal Procedure I Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-409||Labour and Social Securty Law I Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-421||Commerial Law (Law of Commerial Papers) Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-423||Private International Law I Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-449||Inheritance Law Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|HLA-401||Area Elective VIII Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-404||Commerial Law (Maritime Commercial and Insurance Law) Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-406||Execution and Bankruptcy Law II Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||05|
|ENG-408||Legal Terminology II Supplementary Courses||Compulsory||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-408||Law of Criminal Procedure II Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-410||Labour and Social Securty Law II Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-424||Private International Law II Specialized Field Courses||Compulsory||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-403||Area Elective X Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-402||Area Elective IX Department Elective Courses. Click on the course name to see the lessons.||Elective||2-0-2||03|
LAW FACULTY PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)
1. Apart from the adequately covered theoretical knowledge, obtain information about legal methodology to resolve the disputes.
2. Have general information about fundamental national and international legal regulation, case law and their implementation (such as in Commercial Law, Tax Law, EU Law).
3. Research and gain resolution skills in areas specifically covered by the law degree program, by using the information derived from theoretical knowledge and legal methodology.
4. Acquire the ability to balance mutual rights and interests of the parties within the framework of an advanced notion of justice
5. Have creative and contructive talents regarding positive law through benefitting from other academic disciplines (such as politics and economy).
6. Apart from individual achievement, acquire skills for collective work through the classroom activities, moot court, court practice and other professional and academic visits.
7. Acquire in-depth legal knowledge through elective courses,encouraged and open to innovation.
8. Have the ability to use computer in order to obtain the required information for legal research.
9. Have a good level of English knowledge in order to understand an English article or book, interpret English legal texts, as well as to review and indicate opinions about national and international court decisions in the English language.
10. Improve written and oral communication skills.
11. Absorb universal ethical and cultural values, as well as being conscious about the importance of the protection of the environment, occupational health and safety issues.
Language and languages; (Language-Nation Relations, Language-Culture) Languages in the world and the place of Turkish language among other languages; (Language families in terms of their sources) Historical Development of Turkish written language: (Old Turkish- Middle Turkish-Divanü Lügati't-Türk, Atabet'ül Hakayık, Harezm Turkish) . Old Turkey Turkish (Old Anatolian Turkish) ; The era new Turkish, Modern Turkish era, West (West eastern Turkish) Turkey's Turkish, East (North-eastern Turkish) Karatay Turkish Phonetics; (Sound and the formation of sound the harmony of vowel sounds) , Fundamental sound Features in Turkish; (Features sound of Turkish, Spelling structure of Turkish, Sentence Emphasis) . Morphology; (Words in terms of form, prefixes, suffixes, roots) . Enumeration and words in respect to their functions; (Noun, pronouns, and adjectives) Verbs; (Shape and Tense supplements). Prepositions-Gerunds; (Derived from nouns-verbs). Meaning Science: Meaning in word, The frame of word meaning. Sentence Knowledge: (Kinds of Sentences). The analysis of sentences.
Punctuation and Composition (Punctuation Marks, Other Marks) marks of abbreviations, Spelling Rules (The spelling of capital letters, The writing of quotations. numbers, The Composition the purpose of composition, method in composition writing, planning, introduction, development and result in composition, the features of telling (purity in telling, simplicity in telling, clarity and sincerity in telling mistakes in telling ( the use of synonymous words in the sentence). The use of synonymous words in the sentence, The misuse of phrases, Explanation, story, description, criticism, portray, speaking, proving. The kinds of verbal telling (daily and unprepared speaking- prepared speaking, debate, panel) The kinds of written telling (letter, telegraph, celebration, invitation, literary letter Job letters, formal letter, petition, report, decision, announcement, advertisement). Talking, criticism, memoir, travel, writing, interview, survey Autobiography biography novel- story, fable- theater tragedy, drama- scenario, poetry and its kinds.
Social order and law, extra-legal rules and law, definitions of law, sources of law, genesis and practices of law, part/chapters of law, public and private law, general principles of the Turkish legal system within the framework of the 1982 Constitution.
Application of Civil Law, beginning provisions, law of persons, capacity, protection, name and protection, natural person, legal person, residence, associations, foundations.
Engagement, marriage, capacity to marry, impediments to marriage, annulment of marriage, general effects of marriage, matrimonial property regime, statutory property regime, contractual property regime, divorce, relationship, legal relationship between the parents and the child in general, parental custody, legal adviserhip, adoption
The concept of constitution and constitutional law; state; political power; political parties; electoral systems; governmental systems; fundamental rights and freedoms.
Ottoman-Turkish Constitutions, the formation of 1982 Constitution, basic characteristics of 1982 Constitution, fundamental rights and freedoms, Legislation and Turkish Grand National Assembly, The President of Republic, Council of Ministers, High Courts and Turkish Constitutional Court.
The course will deal with methods to use to determine the type and nature of legal problems and then to analyze them, methodical application of professional information for legal education the legal sources and ways to have an access to them, topics to know to prepare thesis and seminars, Communication- the language of Law, legal resources, methods, problems and solutions of Law.
The course will evaluate critically the progress of the concept of the state in historical process, the political movements in early modern era, forms of administration and the lawfulness of the political power. It will also deal with the management strategies and ideologies of states.
Relying on the latest theories and research from psychology, neuroscience, and other behavioral sciences, each lecture in this course addresses an aspect of human behavior.
The porpose of this course is to instruct the students about the general principles and the institutions of Roman Law which inherited to modern legal systems.
Definition of social psychology, research methods and basic theories of social psychology, social perception, self- respect, to decrese of discrepancy, attitude and prejudice, social influence, obedience, prosocial behaviors, interpersonal relationship, social gender and aggresion.
To teach the foundation and development of Modern Turkey. To give the right information about Ataturk’s way of thinking, Turkish Republic History, Turkey and some factors threatening the applications of Ataturk’s way of thinking. Educate Turkish youth as regards to Ataturk’s way of thinking which offers an absolute unity at home as a system including all cultural components of Turkish country. To raise rationalist, contemporary, humanist, hardworking, and honourable youngsters.
The course aims to provide the students about the foundation and development of Modern Turkey. In this context it is objected to tell the right information about Ataturk’s way of thinking, Turkish Republic History, Turkey and some factors threatening the applications of Ataturk’s way of thinking, to train Turkish Youth as regards to Ataturk’s way of thinking which offers an absolute unity at home as a system including all cultural components of Turkish country and finally to raise rationalist, contemporary, humanist, hardworking, and honourable youngsters.
Financing of public expenditure; types of financing; definition of tax; theoretical approaches to taxation; principles of taxation; tax collection procedure: imposition, notification, assessment, collection; classification of taxes; tax systems; tax burden; tax
The subject of public finance; public debts; public budget; local government finance; fiscal policy
The main contents of this course is to examine three different kinds of obligations which are the general subjects of the Turkish code of obligations: These are : a) an obligation deriving from signing of on a contract, b) a tortuous act bringing an obligation to pay damages to another person, and c. unjustly enrichment under which an obligation to pay the losses of another party arises.
The basic concepts and institutes of Communication Law, legal regulations related Communication Law.
The European Union legal system, the Treaties, the secondary legislation, the general principles of European Union law are reviewed. The institutions, the legislation and policy making principles are introduced. The students get acquainted with the European Union law terminology. The four freedoms, the effect of European Union law on the national laws, the functions of the European Court of Justice are focused.
Forensic Psychology , Crime and Punishment , Criminal and Civil Liability , Criminology, Violence , Abuse, Criminal Profiling
|Criminology, which studies crime, offender and the relationship between crime and offender in cause and effect relationship with regards to multiple factors, benefits from various disciplines which examine crime. The target of criminology course is to make students acquainted with criminals, the causes that drive a person to crime, the condition of social environment, personality and educational status of offender in terms of general, economical and cultural perspectives.|
Historical developments, legal grounds, conditions, exceptions and private appearance have all gone into creating the legislation and practice of informed consent. This concept is the basic element in the doctor-patient relationship.The medical ethics of this relationship will be discussed in detail. The discussion of medical practitioner liability warrants a separate course. The salient points of medical practitioner liability will be examined within the framework of general liability principles.
Tax Jurisdiction Concept, Functions of the Law of Tax Jurisdiction, Judicial Tax Authorites, Lawsuit Of Tax .
The birth of insurance, the base of the concept of insurance, internal and external distribution of the insurance, benefits of insurance, types of insurance, damage insurance, the mastered concepts of damege insurance and the amount insurance, the sucject,fact and resources of insurance law, and the principle of the freedom of contract and the limitation of this , insurance contract, concepts, elements, and attributes, the establishment of the insurance agreement, entering into force, the debts and obligations of the parties, the termination of the insurance contract and the transfer of the receivable insurance .
Basic principles and terminology for consumer law; defective goods and services and their remedies; dispute resolutions in consumer law, consumer organisations
This course includes the general structure of Turkish Tax System, economic effects of taxes, evaluation of Turkish tax system.
At the center of ancient disputes of the philosophy of law, there are the questions of "what is law" and "what is the source of law". Different answers to these questions set ground for the main distinction in the history of philosophy of law as well: Natural law theory and legal positivism, Within the scope of this course, starting from Ancient Greek and Rome, we will primarily focus on traditional natural law theory, and then study the effects of monotheistic religions, especially of Christianity, on this tradition. We will mention how the modern state, whic is starting to take its form in theory and inc practice within the 16th and 17th century, in Western Europe radically change the way of thinking on law, and in this context, we will deal with the social contract theory and sovereignty. After that, following these developments we will adress the effects of positivism on legal theory; particularly, we will examine the relationship between legal positivism and modern natural law theory through the critical debates after World War II. And finally, by referring to significant examples (Marxist legal theory, fmeinist legal theory etc.) we will discuss critical legal studies that approach liberal rights theory and modern democracy critically.
The aim of this course is to approach to law the subject matter of sociology oflaw, namely as a social institution, within its relations with other social institutions. In other words, the objective of this course is to analyze law's empirical existence or its social reality with a point of view provided by the method of social sciences. In order to ground such an analysis, in this course we will examine historical perspectives within the context of their approaches on the origin of law and the relation between law and society, by referring to the work of the pioneers of social theory. Then, we will emphasize on the social processes where law appears both as a result and a factor. In this regard, our concern is to examine the effects of legal norms on social institutions and society as a whole, along with the effects of social relations and actual conditions on bringing into being, upholding, changing or removing of legal norms. And within this framework, we will analyze the connection of law with the basic subject matters of sociology like social stratification, social control, social conflict, social order, and social identities. At the same time, we will examine the role of law both in the reproduction of social inequalities and in the eliminiation of these inequalities by social change.
Determination of identity, symptoms and causes of death, injuries and firearms, habitual duration engaged in obstacles, assault and battery against individuals, life-threatening, traces of assault on the face, inhibition death, issues to be considered while a report is being written, intentional miscarriage drugs, criminal responsibility of adults , guardianship, age determination, the ability to notice and appeal, the criminal responsibility of hearing-impaired children, rape and other indecent acts, autopsy video.
This course introduces students to psychological theories of international politics and poses a series of questions about the role of individuals in international relations and considers different theories of political decision making (including rational choice, cognitive, motivational, and organizational theories), personality and leadership, the role of images, values, and identity in shaping international behavior, the social psychology of international relations, focusing on public opinion, social identity, and national goals.
Characteristics of the Turkish capital market, capital market activities, and their examination of the legal controls, Turkish capital markets and initial public offering of securities traded on a public stock companies, capital market institutions, capital market activities, the Capital Markets Board, the order imposed by the capital markets, capital markets, brokerage firms, investment companies and investment funds, capital markets tools.
Intellectual property, the distinctive marks, the work of art, the creator of the work art, the rights of the creator, intellectual property rights, violations and Lawsuits, trademarks law, concept, registration, protection and scope,brands which are subject to proceedings, invalidity of the mark, violations and lawsuits, the patent law,concept, invention and the inventor’s rights, granting a patent and its patent rights, patent invalidity, industrial designs law, concept, the design right, legal proceedings of the design rights, invalidity of a design right, violations and lawsuits.
Basic concepts of Turkish foreign trade law, basic concepts of international trade law, international agreements, free trade agreements.
|LAW-115||Introduction to Law||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-121||Civil Law I||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-122||Civil Law II||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-123||Constitutional Law I||2-0-2||05|
|LAW-124||Constitutional Law II||2-0-2||05|
|LAW-209||Fiscal Law I||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-210||Fiscal Law II||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-218||International Law II||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-221||International Law I||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-233||Criminal Law I (General Provisions)||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-240||Criminal Law II (General Provisions)||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-241||Law of Obligations I (General Provisions)||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-242||Law of Obligations II (General Provisions)||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-244||Administrative Law II||2-0-2||04|
|LAW-243||Administrative Law I||2-0-2||04|
|LAW-311||Law of Obligations I (Special Provisions)||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-313||Criminal Law I (Special Provisions)||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-314||Criminal Law II (Special Provisions)||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-315||Law of Civil Procedure I||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-316||Law of Civil Procedure II||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-317||Law of Property I||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-318||Law of Property II||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-320||Law of Obligations II (Special Provisions)||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-324||Commercial Law (Company Law)||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-404||Commerial Law (Maritime Commercial and Insurance Law)||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-405||Execution and Bankruptcy Law I||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-406||Execution and Bankruptcy Law II||3-0-3||05|
|LAW-407||Law of Criminal Procedure I||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-408||Law of Criminal Procedure II||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-409||Labour and Social Securty Law I||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-410||Labour and Social Securty Law II||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-421||Commerial Law (Law of Commerial Papers)||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-423||Private International Law I||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-424||Private International Law II||2-0-2||03|
|ENG-107||Professional English I||4-0-4||05|
|ENG-108||Professional English II||4-0-4||05|
|TAR-201||Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution I||2-0-2||03|
|TAR-202||Ataturk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution II||2-0-2||03|
|ENG-207||Professional English III||4-0-4||05|
|ENG-208||Professional English IV||4-0-4||05|
|ENG-307||Communication Skills in Law I||4-0-4||05|
|ENG-308||Communication Skills in Law II||4-0-4||05|
|ENG-407||Legal Terminology I||4-0-4||05|
|ENG-408||Legal Terminology II||4-0-4||05|
|LAW-337||History of Civilization||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-341||International Trade Law||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-345||International Security Law||2-0-2||03|
|LAW-428||International Criminal Law||3-0-3||04|
|LAW-429||International Commercial Disputes and Arbitration||3-0-3||04|
|HLA-101||Area Elective I||2-0-2||03|
|HLG-101||General Elective I||2-0-2||04|
|HLA-102||Area Elective II||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-301||Area Elective V||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-201||Area Elective III||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-202||Area Elective IV||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-302||Area Elective VI||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-303||Area Elective VII||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-401||Area Elective VIII||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-403||Area Elective X||2-0-2||03|
|HLA-402||Area Elective IX||2-0-2||03|