The Maritime Studies Master's Programme with Non-Thesis (Evening Education) was opened in the 2018-2019 academic year at the Institute of Social Sciences and started education in the 2019-2020 Fall semester. The programme, which was established with the principle of raising qualified graduates who can look at maritime studies from a broad perspective, education will continue with an interdisciplinary approach. The main purpose of the non-thesis (Evening Education) Master's programme in maritime studies is to provide a professional career development path for those who want to work in maritime transport and logistics, human resources in maritime and safety in maritime. The programme is unique with its sub-topics. In this sense, it distinguishes itself from other maritime-related postgraduate programmes within our university and is a first in our country.


The programme  is suitable for four-year university graduates regardless of their departments, especially those who direct their career in the field of maritime and want to specialize in the field of maritime. Maritime Studies Non-Thesis (Evening Education) Master's Programme will be useful for those who want to do professional and academic studies together.


Working Areas of Graduates

Graduates of the Non-Thesis (Evening Education )Master Programme in Maritime Studies can integrate their profession with the maritime field. They can specialize in maritime transport and logistics, maritime security and maritime human resources..

Marine Studies Master's Programme with Non-Thesis

The aim of the Non-Thesis Master's Programme (Evening Education) in Maritime Studies is to develop analytical thinking skills based on a critical perspective with an interdisciplinary education. The programme provides individuals interested in maritime specialization and in-depth research in one of three topics (Maritime Transport and Logistics, Maritime Human Resources, Maritime Safety). It is aimed that students evaluate the information they have obtained in their undergraduate education with language, concepts and methods specific to maritime.

Programme Outcomes

1. To develop and deepen their knowledge in maritime at expert level, based on undergraduate level qualifications.

2. To comprehend the interdisciplinary interaction related to the field.

3. To use the expert level theoretical and practical knowledge acquired in the field.

4. To interpret the knowledge gained in the field by integrating the information from different disciplines and to create new knowledge.

5. To solve the problems encountered in the field by using research methods.

6. To independently conduct a study that requires expertise in his field.

7. To develop new strategic approaches to solve unforeseen and complex problems encountered in the field of practice and to produce solutions by taking responsibility.

8. To lead in environments that require resolution of problems related to the field.

9. To critically evaluate the knowledge and skills acquired at the level of expertise in the field and to direct his learning.

10. To systematically transfer the current developments and own studies in the field to groups in and out of the field, in written, oral and visual form, by supporting them with quantitative and qualitative data.

11. To critically examine and develop social relations and the norms that guide these relationships, and to act to change them when necessary.

12. To use information and communication technologies at an advanced level with computer software required by the field.

13. To control and teach social, scientific, cultural and ethical values ​​in the stages of collecting, interpreting, applying and announcing the data related to the field.

14. To develop strategy, policy and implementation plans in the fields related to the field and to evaluate the results within the framework of quality processes.

15. To use the knowledge, problem solving and / or application skills that they have absorbed in the field in interdisciplinary studies.

16. To convey his / her own studies in international platforms in his field, in written, oral and / or visual form.


Admission Requirements

1. Undergraduate graduation certificate

2. ALES condition is not required.

3. Document-transcript showing the courses and grades of the undergraduate department graduated / will be

4. CV (Resume)

5. Letter of Intent (about the student's expectations from graduate education and the field in which he / she wants to work)

6. Reference letter

7. Success in the interview.

 For information please visit the Admission Requirements website.


Bilim ve Denizcilik Tarihi
Denizcilik Alanında Bilişsel Ergonomi
Denizcilik Çalışmalarında Araştırma Metotları
Denizcilik Çalışmalarında Uygulamalı Proje Yönetimi
Denizcilik Ekonomisi
Denizcilik Sektöründe Kariyer Planlaması
Denizcilikte Enerji Güvenliği
Denizcilikte Güvenlik Yönetimi
Denizcilikte İnsan Faktörü
Denizcilkte Kalite Sistemleri ve Standartlar
Denizel Alanda Siber Güvenlik
Hizmet Yonetimi-Denizcilik
Fizibilite Analizi (Denizcilik)
Liman Emniyeti ve Güvenliği
Liman Politikaları
Marina Yönetimi
Örgütsel Davranış ve Psikoloji 
Stratejik İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi
Tedarik Zinciri Yönetimi ve Strateji
Ulaştırma ve Denizcilik Politikaları
Yönetim Ekonomisi

Programme Executive Committee:

Prof.Dr. Leyla TAVACIOĞLU (Chair)
Prof. Dr. Oğuz Saim SÖĞÜT
Asst. Prof. Pelin BOLAT (Programme Coordinator)

Erasmus Coordinator

Academic Members

Name Surname Research Fields
Prof.Dr. Leyla TAVACIOĞLU Maritiem Transportation / Maritime Transportation Engineering / Maritime Management / Biomedical
Prof. Dr. Oğuz Saim SÖĞÜT Ship Construction and Marine Sciences
Asst. Prof. Pelin BOLAT Maritime Transportation / Maritime Transportation Engineering / Energy Efficiency in Ships
Prof.Dr. Cengiz DENİZ Ship Energy Efficiency / Maritime Engineering / Maritime Main Engines and Auxiliary Machinery / Air Pollution and Control
Prof.Dr. Ata BİLGİLİ Oceanography / Computational Fluid Mechanics / Marine Technology
Prof.Dr. Özcan ARSLAN Maritime Transportation Engineering / Maritime Management
Prof.Dr. Tuncay ZORLU The history of Ottoman Thought / History of Science and Technology in Ottoman
Prof. Dr. Metin ÇELİK Human Factors in Marine / Safety Management / Ship Machinery
Assoc. Prof. Dilay ÇELEBİ Transportation System / Invetory Management / Freight Transport / Optimization and Modelling / Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Assoc. Prof. Şule Itır SATOĞLU Production Planning and Control / Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Assoc. Prof. Enver ÖZDEMİR Cryptography / Computational Number Theory / Network Security
Assoc. Prof. Erdem ÜÇER Ship Movements and Control / Ship Construction / Ship Hydromechanics
Assoc. Prof.Tanzer SATIR Maritime Transportation Engineering / Ship Management / Maritime Transportation
Asst. Prof. Gülşah HANÇERLİOĞULLARI Business / Industrial Engineering
Asst. Prof. Ömer Faruk BEYCA Statistical Learning / Deep Learning
Asst. Prof. Resul AYDEMİR Industrial Organization / Banking / Aviation Sector
Asst. Prof. İsmail ÇİÇEK Ship Machinery / Management Engineering / Ship Main and Auxiliary Machines
Asst. Prof. Elif Bal BEŞİKÇİ Ship Energy Efficiency / Risk Management / Ship Transportation / Marine Pollution / Ship Management
Asst. Prof. Muhsin KADIOĞLU Yacht Building and Yacht Tourism / Maritime Policies / Maritime History / Maritime Museums / Port Management / Intellectually Reading Techniques
Asst. Prof.Melek ERTOGAN Automatic Control / Advanced Control Algorithms / Mechatronics
Asst. Prof. Fırat BOLAT Maritime Transportation Engineering / Marine Engineering / Maritime Energy Management / Ship Surveying / Port Management
Asst. Prof. Kadir ÇİÇEK Marine Engineering / Maritime Risk Management/ Maritime Reliability Management/ Maritime Technologies/Ship Fleet Management
Dr. Sabire CÖMERT Maritime Transportation Engineering
Dr. Banu TANSEL Maritime Transportation Engineering