NUTRITION AND DIETETIC (ENGLISH) | |||||
Bachelor | TR-NQF-HE: Level 6 | QF-EHEA: First Cycle | EQF-LLL: Level 6 |
Course Code | Course Name | Semester | Theoretical | Practical | Credit | ECTS |
GEP0825 | Logic and Computer Applications | Spring | 3 | 0 | 3 | 5 |
This catalog is for information purposes. Course status is determined by the relevant department at the beginning of semester. |
Language of instruction: | English |
Type of course: | GE-Elective |
Course Level: | Bachelor’s Degree (First Cycle) |
Mode of Delivery: | Face to face |
Course Coordinator : | Dr. BURCU ALARSLAN ULUDAŞ |
Course Lecturer(s): |
Dr. Öğr. Üyesi SERKAN AYVAZ |
Recommended Optional Program Components: | None |
Course Objectives: | Students will be introduced the fundamentals underlying contemporary logic design using hardware description languages, synthesis, andverification. Class focuses on theeverevolvingapplications of basic computer design concepts with strong connections to real world technology. |
The students who have succeeded in this course; Thestudentswhosucceeded in thiscourse; -Understand the fundamental concepts of digital logic systems, -Analyze and design simple digital logic circuits by understanding, -Have a high-level understanding of basic computer organization and design |
The course will cover many subjects including binary logic, combinatorial and sequential circuit design, state machine design techniques, instruction set architectures, and finally basic processor design. |
Week | Subject | Related Preparation |
1) | Digital Computers and Information | Chapter 1. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
2) | Combinational Logic Circuits | Chapter 2. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
3) | Combinational Logic Circuits | Chapter 2. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
4) | Combinational Logic Design | Chapter 3. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
5) | Combinational Logic Design | Chapter 4. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
6) | Combinational Functions and Circuits | Chapter 4. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
7) | Combinational Functions and Circuits | Chapter 4. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
8) | Arithmetic Functions and Circuits | Chapter 5. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
9) | Arithmetic Functions and Circuits | Chapter 5. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
10) | Sequential Logic Circuits | Chapter 6. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
11) | Sequential Logic Circuits | Chapter 6. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
12) | Sequential Logic Circuits | Chapter 6. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
13) | Sequential Logic Circuits | Chapter 6. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
14) | Sequential Logic Circuits | Chapter 6. Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals. Mano. ISBN 0132067110 |
Course Notes / Textbooks: | Morris Mano, Charles R. Kime, “Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals”, Prentice Hall, 4/E, 2008, ISBN 0132067110. |
References: | Jean E. Rubin, Mathematical Logic: Applications andTheory, SaundersCollege Publishing, 1990, ISBN 0-03-012808-0 |
Semester Requirements | Number of Activities | Level of Contribution |
Attendance | 14 | % 10 |
Homework Assignments | 5 | % 20 |
Midterms | 1 | % 20 |
Final | 1 | % 50 |
Total | % 100 | |
PERCENTAGE OF SEMESTER WORK | % 50 | |
PERCENTAGE OF FINAL WORK | % 50 | |
Total | % 100 |
Activities | Number of Activities | Duration (Hours) | Workload |
Course Hours | 14 | 3 | 42 |
Homework Assignments | 5 | 4 | 20 |
Midterms | 1 | 15 | 15 |
Final | 1 | 20 | 20 |
Total Workload | 97 |
No Effect | 1 Lowest | 2 Low | 3 Average | 4 High | 5 Highest |
Program Outcomes | Level of Contribution | |
1) | To use theoretic and methodological approach, evidence-based principles and scientific literature in Nutrition and Dietetics field systematically for practice. | |
2) | To have theoretic and practical knowledge for individual's, family's and the community's health promotion and protection. | |
3) | To assess nutritional status of risky groups in nutrition related problems (pregnant, babies, adolescences, elders, etc.) | |
4) | To use healthcare, information technologies for Nutrition and Dietetic practice and research. | |
5) | To communicate effectively with advisee, colleagues for effective professional relationships. | |
6) | To be able to monitor occupational information using at least one foreign language, to collaborate and communicate with colleagues at international level. | |
7) | To use life-long learning, problem-solving and critical thinking skills. | |
8) | To act in accordance with ethical principles and values in professional practice. | |
9) | To take part in research, projects and activities within sense of social responsibility and interdisciplinary approach. | |
10) | To be able to search for literature in health sciences databases and information sources to access to information and use the information effectively. | |
11) | To take responsibility and participate in the processes actively for training of other dieticians, education of health professionals and individuals about nutrition. | |
12) | To carry out dietetic practices considering cultural differences and different health needs of different groups in the community. |