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T1.1 To provide a contemporary nursing education service to meet the needs of the new century in the global world of science, art and technology.  

S1.1.1 Carrying out the necessary studies so that the students can graduate on time and in accordance with the program objectives and outputs


PI1.1.1.1 Proportion of students above the course average
PI1.1.1.2 Workload of Compulsory Courses outside the classroom and practice and ECTS compatibility
PI1.1.1.3 Clinical guidance nurse opinions (students' access to program outputs)
PI1.1.1.4 Views of clinical guide nurses (last year students' access to program outputs)
PI1.1.1.5 Views of clinical guide nurses (final year students' achievement of educational goals)
PI1.1.1.6 Difficulty ratio of questions
PI1.1.1.7 Student ratio above the course average
PI1.1.1.8 Course success rate
PI1.1.1.9 The ratio of department program outcomes to course outcomes
PI1.1.1.10 Success rate of applied courses
PI1.1.1.11 Students' feedback on program outcomes
PI1.1.1.12 Alumni feedback on program outcomes
PI1.1.1.13 Number of students who completed their undergraduate education on time and graduated
PI1.1.1.14 Level of satisfaction with the students' opinions about the execution of the education program
PI1.1.1.15 Evaluation of graduate students' achievement of program goals
PI1.1.1.16 Evaluation of students' access to program outcomes of individuals receiving health care services
S1.1.2 Ensuring the improvement of application areas and laboratory infrastructure PI1.1.2.1 Practice scorecard skill practice data
PI1.1.2.2 Course information package and Syllabus compliance rate
PI1.1.2.3 Instructors' feedback on the university infrastructure
PI1.1.2.4 Student feedback on university infrastructure
S1.1.3 Strengthening the corporate quality culture PI1.1.3.1 Creating and signing the job description of the instructors
PI1.1.3.2 Completion rate of academic staff orientation form
PI1.1.3.3 Number of advisory board meetings
PI1.1.3.4 Opinions of lecturers about corporate culture
PI1.1.3.5 Opinions of faculty members on intra-departmental and in-house communication
PI1.1.3.6 Opinions of instructors about participation in administrative processes and decision making
PI1.1.3.7 Instructor satisfaction rate
S1.1.4 Establishing a safe learning environment where active learning methods and learning systems that adapt to continuous development and innovations are applied PI1.1.4.1 Number of courses using active learning method
PI1.1.4.2 Number of experts invited to the course
PI1.1.4.3 Rate of getting trainer training
PI1.1.4.4 Instructors' views on teaching processes (face-to-face and distance)
PI1.1.4.5 Number of occupational accidents reported to the occupational physician
PI1.1.4.6 Obtaining the opinions of the instructors on goal setting
PI1.1.4.7 Organizational commitment levels of instructors
S1.1.5 Increasing the diversity of the international exchange program PI1.1.5.1 Number of ERASMUS cooperated
PI1.1.5.2 Number of students benefiting from the exchange program
T1.2 Raising individuals with strong character who have national and international health and basic cultural knowledge  

S1.2.1 Supporting cultural and artistic activities


PI1.2.1.1 Number of social responsibility projects participated by students
PI1.2.1.2 Number of cultural activities attended by students
PI1.2.1.3 Student Club membership status
T1.3 To enable students to develop themselves in many ways, to be mentally and physically healthy, and to strengthen their self-identities, equipped with modern technology, investigative, analytical, innovative and creative abilities. S1.3.1 Supporting students in domestic/abroad congresses, symposiums and workshops PI1.3.1.1 Number of congress, symposium/ workshop attended by students
S1.3.2 Supporting participation in sports activities PI1.3.2.1 Number of students participating in sports activities of the university


S1.3.3 Strengthening the mentoring and career planning system PI1.3.3.1 Peer Counseling system evaluation questionnaire
PI1.3.3.2 The rate of meetings between lecturers and their students
PI1.3.3.3 Number of students participating in the orientation program
PI1.3.3.4 Satisfaction status of students participating in the orientation program
PI1.3.3.5 Number of students sent to counseling department
PI1.3.3.6 Students' opinions about their academic advisors
T2.1. To support research activities, creative thinking and scientific activities of its students. S2.1.1 Increasing the number of national and international projects and publications


PI2.1.1.1 Support rate of faculty members' participation in national-international meetings
PI2.1.1.2 Economic support of the academic staff attending scientific meetings
PI2.1.1.3 Instructors' views on research processes
PI2.1.2.1 Number of students named as authors in the article
S2.1.2 Increasing National and International symposium/congress/ workshop activities


PI2.1.2.1 Number of publications per instructor
PI2.1.2.2 Number of citations per lecturer
PI2.1.2.3 Editorship/section authorship in national/international books
S2.1.3. Increasing the support of lecturers for national/international research PI2.1.3.1 Number of national/international meetings held in the department


T2.2. To produce joint projects on education and research with other higher education institutions, private and public institutions. S2.2.1 . Increasing the number of projects and patents in cooperation with other organizations PI2.2.1.1 Number of research projects participated by students
S2.2.2. Increasing communication with alumni PI2.2.2.1 Participation rate in domestic and international scientific activities in the first 2 years following graduation
PI2.2.2.2 Rate of membership in domestic and foreign professional organizations in the first 2 years following graduation
PI2.2.2.3 Proportion of nurses who continue the certificate program in the first 5 years after graduation
PI2.2.2.4 Ratio of graduates who have completed/continued postgraduate education
PI2.2.2.5 Number of graduates receiving feedback
PI2.2.3.1 Ratio of graduates employed in an academic position in the first 2 years after graduation
PI2.2.3.3 Ratio of graduates employed in middle and senior managerial positions in the first 5 years after graduation
PI2.2.3.4 Rate of scientific work in the first 2 years after graduation
PI2.2.3.5 Employment rate in the first level health care service in the first 2 years after graduation
PI2.2.3.6 Employment rate in the second level health service within the first 2 years after graduation
PI2.2.3.7 Employment rate in the 3rd level health care service in the first 2 years after graduation
PI2.2.3.8 Employment rate abroad in the first 5 years after graduation
PI2.2.3.9 The rate of employment in public or private health institutions in the first 2 years after graduation
T2.3. To organize national and international scientific and cultural events and to contribute to the development of knowledge, skills and health of the society S2.3.1. Increasing the projects and activities with public institutions and organizations


PI2.3.1.1 Number of collaborations with the industry
PI2.3.1.2 Number of projects applied together with the sector
PI2.3.1.3 Number of events held together with the industry
T3.1. To contribute to the provision of nursing education services at national and international level and to the development of science and health. S3.1.1 . Increasing international communication power, postgraduate education and job opportunities PI3.1.1.1 Ratio of graduates employed domestically/internationally in the first year following their graduation
PI3.1.1.3 Employer satisfaction rate
PI3.1.1.4 Rate of preference of graduates by employers
S3.1.2. Providing job employment in the field of health tourism PI3.2.1.1 Ratio of graduates employed in institutions providing patient care abroad in the first 2 years after graduation
S3.1.3 . Ensuring active participation in international scientific activities PI3.3.1.1 Number of students attending congresses with papers
S3.1.4 Innovative and entrepreneurial students and graduates providing an approach PI3.4.1.1 Ratio of graduates who made innovations in their field in the first 5 years after graduation

* Evaluation could not be made

** Orientation program for 2022 will be held in September

*** The peer counseling system is managed centrally by the Dean of Students. Survey results will be received in September.