The faculty founded in 2001 and it is composed of four departments; the departments of the faculty are Economics; Business Administration; International Trade and Finance; Tourism Management; International Logistics Management ; International Relations and Tourism Guidance. The language of instruction in all departments is English. The opportunities for major and minor programs are also given by the faculty according to the students’ preferences. Besides, our students can benefit from Erasmus Student Exchange Programs and can study one or two semesters in one of the leading partner universities in Europe.
The principle objective of the faculty is to furnish the students with the information that will help them better understand the world in which they live. Subjects that observe the interactions between private organizations and both the national and international government organizations constitute the major topics of the program.
It is a fact that, in the 21st century, the flow of the information, the labor force, capital, products and services, are considerably influenced by the globalization process. In this way the whole curriculum of the faculty has been revised to provide new subjects about contemporary management practices and leadership, in accordance with this globalization process and the latest thinking about advanced information technologies. The curriculum has also been enriched with elective courses and other academic studies.