Curriculum

Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
HKUK602 METHOD PROBLEM IN LAW 3 3 0
HKUK690 SEMINAR 0 0 0
HKUK6X1 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
HKUK6X2 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
HKUK6X3 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
HKUK600 THESIS 0 0 0
HKUK650 DOCTORAL QUALITY 0 0 0
HKUK6X4 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
HKUK6X5 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
HKUK6X6 ELECTIVE 3 3 0
Course Code Course Name Credit Theoretical Lab/Practical ECTS
HKUK626 BIOETHICS PROBLEMS IN HEALTH LAW 3 3 0
HKUK609 DEMOCRACY AND POLITICAL RIGHTS IN THE DEEPENING OF PARTICIPATION 3 3 0
HKUK623 LIABILITY INSURANCE OF MANAGERS AND MANAGERS IN CAPITAL COMPANIES 3 3 0
HKUK615 PROTECTION OF YOUR PERSONALITY 3 3 0
HKUK614 ADMINISTRATIVE CONTRACTS 3 3 0
HKUK508 AVRUPA İNSAN HAKLARI SÖZLEŞMESİNE VE AVRUPA İNSAN HAKLARI MAHKEMESİ KARARLARINDA AYIRIMCILIK YASAĞI 3 3 0
HKUK618 CURRENT ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LAW 3 3 0
HKUK625 LAW AND STATE THEORIES 3 3 0
HKUK606 MEDICAL LAW 3 3 0
HKUK512 SAĞLIK HUKUKU 3 3 0
HKUK523 RETHINKING SOVEREIGNTY UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW 3 3 0
The course focuses upon the concept of sovereignty within the theoretical framework of international law. It reflects upon the historical emergence of the concept and scrutinises its connections with the notions of people, self-determination, and statehood. This initial focus is supplemented by the consideration of emerging alternative perceptions of sovereignty. Emphasis is laid upon minorities, property relations, and globalism. Within the contextual framework of these emphases, the concept of sovereignty is treated in two ways. First, sovereignty is deconstructed to expose its modern exclusionary tendencies; for instance, white, European and colonialist justifications. Second, sovereignty is reconstructed to reveal its potential for inclusive alternatives that overcome Euro-centric prejudices.
HKUK522 İŞ HUKUKUNDA GÜNCEL GELIŞMELER 3 3 0
HKUK611 CURRENT ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW 3 3 0
HKUK620 CURRENT PROBLEMS OF CONSUMER LAW 3 3 0
HKUK627 ENERGY LAW 3 3 0
HKUK525 COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 3 3 0
The course will cover a series of topics arising in the comparative study of constitutional systems. Comparing Turkey’s and TRNC’S constitutional systems with such other countries as the USA, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Britain, India, Japan, Nigeria and South Africa, we will examine the constitutional structure, principals and basic problems related to constitutional design of different countries. Some likely topics include the varying foundations, structures and procedures of judicial review of the constitutionality of laws; the relationships between branches of government and presidential compared to parliamentary systems of governance and whether/how constitutions should address “emergency” powers; approaches to protecting minority groups; gender equality; regimes of fundamental rights and freedoms.
HKUK503 KARŞILAŞTIRMALI İDARI YARGILAMA HUKUKU 3 3 0
HKUK507 AVRUPA BIRLIĞI VERGI HUKUKU 3 3 0
HKUK517 ULUSLARARARSI İNSAN HAKLARI HUKUKU 3 3 0
HKUK602 METHOD PROBLEM IN LAW 3 3 0
HKUK603 AVRUPA BIRLIĞI VERGI HUKUKU 3 3 0
HKUK607 CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTITUTION AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS 3 3 0
HKUK616 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES 3 3 0
HKUK621 PROBLEMS WITH ARBITRATION LAW 3 3 0
HKUK622 DEATH-RELATED SAVINGS AND CANCELLATION 3 3 0
HKUK526 PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA 3 3 0
Technological developments have occasioned the breach of privacy and personal data. Therefore, it’s important to establish a modern data protection law for the protection of personal data. Identification and limitation of the basic gathering purposes of personal data is essential and it is necessary to prevent the use of information stored in the databases for other purposes. Subjecting the processing of personal data to certain rules, protects fundamental rights and freedoms. In this course, the concept of personal data, the problem of the nature and the protection of personal data are examined in the light of the Protection of Personal Data Act of Turkey, the decisions of the Turkish Constitutional Court, European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union.