Istanbul Aydın University is committed to a blended academic model of science and practice that fosters scientific discovery shaped by a mission to improve the health of the public. Our unique, community-collaborative approach to education also fosters leadership and provides students with essential hands-on experience to meet today's health demands. Istanbul Aydın University students acquire a mastery of core public health topics, while developing critical thinking skills, an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving, a commitment to self-directed, lifelong learning.
Our degree programs prepare students for careers as health researchers, planners and practitioners, as well as for entry into doctoral programs.
As part of a multidisciplinary research-intensive university, students can access a wide range of schools for coursework research and academic exchange. We regularly collaborate with other schools at İstanbul in our design of coursework and degree programs. We also provide integrated research and learning opportunities across the university.
A Master's Thesis Program requires 120 ECTS (min 24 local credits and 8 courses) with thesis submission in 4 semesters whereas a student in Master's non-Thesis Program should fulfill 90 ECTS (min 30 local credits and 10 courses) with project submission in 3 semesters.