The Toros University School of Technology and Management aims to have graduates who are well educated in their own fields, who are capable of doing work right when graduated, who are knowledgeable in basic sciences and in their own fields, who are capable of analysing problems not only from the perspective of their own fields but also from a larger perspective, who are team players, respecting professional ethics, fluent in English, with good communication skills, and who are world citizens.
The School of Technology and Management programs are four year programs, excluding English preparatory year. Graduates of these programs earn a B.S. degree.
School of Technology and Management education at Toros University is based on active learning methods, it is application oriented and project based. Students learn by doing. In order to achieve this many of the courses in the curricula include applications. Curricula also include a number of project courses.
An important component of the School of Technology and Management education curricula at Toros University is experiential learning. Experiential learning is learning in actual work environment. This includes ways such as industrial training, co-op education, and projects with industry.
The School of Technology and Management curricula inclıude fundamental science courses, common core courses, core courses of the particular field, computing courses, communication skills courses, English courses, and free elective courses.
The School of Technology and Management curricula are flexible. Programs include a number of elective courses, allowing students to develop their own interests.
Students can do double major or minor. Double major students complete the requirements of two programs and earn two degrees (and two diplomas). Minor students complete the requirements of their own programs to earn a degree (and diploma) in their fields while earning a certificate in another field by taking a number of courses in this field.
The following programs are considered for offering in School of Technology and Management in the near future: Information Technologies, Business Informatics, International Trade, Logistics and Transportation Management, Tourism and Hotel Management, Agro-Technologies and Management, Food Technologies and Management, Maritime Trade and Management, Health Technologies and Management, Urban Systems, Social Work Administration and Management, Environmental Technologies and Management, Banking and Finance.
Some of the above programs, to be announced in due time.