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Abstract


THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF THE EDUCATION PROVIDED AT THE FIRST BUSINESS SCHOOL IN THE TURKISH HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM: AN ANALYSIS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CURRICULUM DATED 1916
This study looks for an answer to the question, “was the educational style of the first business school in the Turkish higher education system planned with a focus on theory or practice?” Primary and secondary sources are examined to determine the type of educational style with which the business training process in Turkey initially started. The primary purpose of the examination in question is to reveal the historical roots of the business education in Turkey in terms of its institutional structure and educational content. Another objective of the study is to shed light on comparative studies that focused on the development of business education in Turkey on the level of higher education. In the literature, the first institution that provided business education on the level of higher education in the geography which is now Turkey was reported as the Hamidiye Ticaret Mekteb-i Âlîsi [Hamidiye School of Commerce] which was founded in 1883. The School had curricula published starting with the year 1883 dated 1883, 1894 and 1913 which were not very detailed in comparison to the curriculum dated 1916. Accordingly, the curriculum that may be considered to be the first one in relation to the detailed preparation of the course schedules and contents of the School was published in 1916. Therefore, the focus of this study is the 233-page primary source that was published in 1916 in Ottoman Turkish with the name Ticaret Mekteb-i Âlîsi Talimatname ve Müfredatlı Ders Programı [Instructions, Schedule and Curriculum of the School of Commerce]. As a result of the examinations by utilization of secondary sources that contained significant references regarding the period in addition to this source, it was determined that the first business school of Turkey on the level of higher education was a school that also included theory, but it mostly had an educational approach based on practice (application) starting with the curriculum of 1916.

Keywords
Management Science, Commerce School, Commerce Education, Higher Education, Turkey.


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