Part-time Academic Staff
The Faculty of Humanities and Letters comprises six departments and three teaching units:
- American Culture and Literature
- English Language and Literature
- Translation and Interpretation
- Turkish Literature
The Faculty of Humanities and Letters comprises six departments and three teaching units. The departments of American
Culture and Literature, Archaeology, English Language and Literature, Philosophy, and Translation and Interpretation all
have Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) programs. In addition, the Department of Turkish Literature offers graduate programs leading
to Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees, while the Department of Archaeology and Department of
Philosophy have M.A. programs with thesis work, and the Department of Translation and Interpretation has a non-thesis MA
program in Conference Interpretation.
The Faculty also houses three non-degree-granting units (FRL, CCI, TURK) which offer university-wide service courses.
Foreign Languages unit offers French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Korean, and Turkish
language for foreigners. The Cultures, Civilizations and Ideas unit offers humanities courses to
students from various departments in the university. The Turkish Unit offers mandatory Turkish writing courses to
all students who are Turkish nationals.