ECTS - - Public Law (Doctorate)
Compulsory Departmental Courses
KMH601 - Constitutionalism and Democracy (3 + 0) 5
The tension between liberal constitutionalism and popular rule in modern democracies; the tension between democracy and rule of law, the issue about judicial review; why should the citizens delegate the interpretation and application of constitutional laws on politically independent judges; basic principles that justifiy democratic government; is there a standard of correct political decisions independent of the popular will;are the political representatives of the citizens less competent than
KMH602 - The Implementation of Taxation Norms (3 + 0) 5
The process of the implementation taxation norms and tax law methodology; principles and rules about the implementation of taxation norms; the rules that bring private law institutions into existence and their place among the entire law system.
KMH603 - Systems of Governments (3 + 0) 5
Systems of government discussion in theory and practice; the advantages and disadvantages of presidential systems versus parliamentary form of government; does stability of government make pure presidential system of government more preferable than parliamentarism; what are the disadvantages of presidentialism; does dual democratic legitimacy and divided government result with the deadlock of democratic regimes; if so, what other forms of systems of government can be thought as alternative;
KMH604 - Current Debates in Human Rights Law (3 + 0) 5
The classification of human rights, global public law and the idea of human rights, the sources of human rights law, UN Charter and UN human rights treaties and the comitees, European-American and African human rights regimes, human rights protection mechanisms in Turkish Law, the right to individual application to ECHR and Turkish Constitutional Court, social movements and human rights, globalization and corporate responsibility, women?s rights.
KMH608 - Administrative Judiciary and Right to a Fair Trial (3 + 0) 5
The right to a fair trial the Constitution and in the European Convention on Human Rights, the rules in the jurisdiction, the evaluation of the application mechanisms within the framework of the right to a fair trial and the examination of the relevant court decisions.
KMH609 - Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law (3 + 0) 5
The effects of the Enlightenment era on the criminal law; comparison of the the modern and the pre-modern periods; the effects of thought system on the teaching of criminal law; the philosophers who have influenced the teaching of criminal law.
KMH611 - Business Crimes (3 + 0) 5
Business Crimes in the Turkish Commercial Code and other special laws; historical development of the economic criminal law and the works in this field; the common features of norms within the economic criminal law in the light of the general theory of crime; the sanctions for business crimes the light of the sanction theory and their types and efficiency in terms of criminology and criminal policy.