The aim of the Human Relations Distance Education Master’s Program is to establish interdisciplinary relations by examining human relations at macro and micro levels through both quantitative and qualitative techniques.

The framework of this program aims at contributing to enhance levels of knowledge, skills and proficiency of the students from various disciplines in a systematic way.

Non-thesis Master’s Degree Programs consist of at least 10 courses and one semester Project.

This Program:

  • Contributes to enhance students’ levels of theoretical and methodological knowledge gained at bachelor’s degree from various disciplines.
  • Contributes students to define interlinkages between theoretical/methodological knowledge, human relations and social problems.
  • Contributes students from different disciplines to improve themselves.


  • Students learn how to critically assess the knowledge they attain.
  • Students learn how to conduct an interdisciplinary study.
  • Students learn how to research differences and similarities between different societies and cultures.
  • Students learn to analyze a problem in line with theoretical and methodological knowledge acquired in this program and aims at offering solutions and policies.
  • Students learn how to propound innovative perspectives in relevance to current issues and problems at local, regional, national and global level.
  • Students learn to conduct an interdisciplinary research by defining social realities and interlinkages between them.
  • Students propose a term project with the guide of an advisor.
  • Students acquire the opportunity to learn how a scientific research is conducted and reported by virtue of numerous papers and term project.
  • Students learn to obey principles of scientific ethics.

Academic Staff
Prof. Dr. N. Müge Kart
Prof. Dr. Metin Pişkin
Prof. Dr. Nilay Çabuk Kaya
Prof. Dr. Feryal Turan
Doç. Dr. Meryem Bulut
Doç. Dr. Melike Kaplan
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Özgür Güldü
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ömer Kutlu
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Eylem Türk