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Second Cycle Programmes
(Master's Degree)

D.1. General Information about Program

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This Program aims to develop a fresh approach to the field of law which undergoes a phase of transition as economic activities transform. To realize this goal, this program shall provide its students with a critical approach which strengthened with economics insight in fields suchlike energy law, finance law, competition law and so forth. The Program shall pioneer to include field of energy law and economic law approach in company and graduate new professionals competent on developments in the energy field.

D.2 Qualification Awarded

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Non-thesis Master's Degree

D.3. Level of Qualification

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QF-EHEA: 2
EQF-LLL: 7

D.4. Provisions for Registration

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1. Those having a university diploma in any field can apply for the program.

2. There is no minimum grade-point average (GPA) requirement.

3. There is no requirement for an ALES or Foreign Language Exam certificate. However, if the applicant submits a certificate, the following weighting schema will be used in evaluation (for those not submitting a certificate for ALES or Foreign Language, the score is considered to be zero).

Evaluation Criteria:

ALES Score: 20%

Foreign Language Score: 20%

GPA: 20%

Interview: 40%

4. International students' applications are accepted in line within “Hacettepe University Graduate Programme and Exam Regulation" in Official Gazette (29 November 2016, No:29900).

5. For other conditions not specified above, see Hacettepe University Regulation on Graduate Training, Education, and Examination.

D.5. Qualification Requirements and Regulations

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The minimum number of credits that students must complete in order to graduate from the program is 90 ECTS. Additionally students must prepare a final project to be able graduate.

D.6. Specific Arrangements for Recognition of Prior Learning

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Students who are eligible to enroll the Master's Program must have an undergraduate degree or an equivalent degree from foreign institutions.

D.7. Goals and Objectives

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This Program aims to develop a fresh approach to the field of law which undergoes a phase of transition as economic activities transform. To realize this goal, this program shall provide its students with a critical approach which strengthened with economics insight in fields suchlike energy law, finance law, competition law and so forth. The Program shall pioneer to include field of energy law and economic law approach in company and graduate new professionals competent on developments in the energy field.

The Master in Law curriculum grounds students first with a foundation in law and legal analysis and then allows them to develop deeply specialized knowledge through courses in related areas. Graduates of the program will develop legal knowledge and key analytical and critical thinking skills that will prepare them for careers as leaders in economics or energy related industries.

D.12. Occupational Profiles of Graduates with Examples

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Graduates of the program will receive the "Economy and Energy Law Master's Degree" title. Students who graduate from the program can be employed in a variety of fields both in the public sector and the private sector.

D.14. Profile of the Programme

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The number of elective courses in the program is quite high. This adds flexibility to the program, the program can be easily adapted to new and developing conditions.

There is an obligatory course (Project) in the program. Elective courses are determined at the beginning of the enrollment periods of each year by the Faculty Council, published in a list, and announced to the students.

The program consists of two main fields, which are economic law and energy law. Students are required to complete at least three courses per field of economic law and energy law.

D.15. Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading

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Evaluation and assessment methods for each course is defined in a "Course Teaching Plan", which is prepared by the faculty members who teaches that course. The relevant articles of the Hacettepe University Graduate Education and Examination Regulations apply to the exams and grades of the courses.

D.16. Graduation Requirements

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The minimum number of credits that a student must complete to be able graduate from the program is 90 ECTS (Students are required to complete at least three courses per field of economic law and energy law). Students are required to complete a final project in order to graduate. General academic average should be at least 2,50 in the 4,00 grading system for graduation.

D.18. Programme Director

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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Be┼čir Fatih DO─×AN

Member of Hacettepe University Faculty of Law

e-mail: bfdogan@hacettepe.edu.tr

Tel: + (90) (312) 297 62 70/163