At Sabancı University, the language of instruction is English. Even though the majority of the courses are conducted in English, it is important to check the ‘Language’ section in the catalog for exceptions.
Please click the links below to see the courses offered in each faculty:
(Please select the related term (e.g 2011-2012 Fall ) then click Course Code (e.g CS 201) to access Course Syllabus. You can click to access Detailed Syllabus)
Undergraduate Course Offerings
Please use the link below (The Dynamic Schedule) for the course offerings
Class Schedule: http://suis.sabanciuniv.edu/prod/bwckschd.p_disp_dyn_sched
Please also take the following remarks into consideration for a smooth registration:
1- Sabancı Business School (SBS) Graduate Courses: Exchange students register without UG-GR limitations
2- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Graduate Courses: Only open to graduate-level students
3- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Undergraduate Courses: Only open to undergraduate-level students,
4- EMBA (Executive MBA) Courses (SBS courses with code 9XX): Not open to exchange students
5- MIF (Master of Finance courses with code MFIN) Courses: not open for exchange students
6- Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences (FENS) Professional programs are not open to exchange students. These master programs are as the following: Information Technology, Data Analytics, Energy Technologies and Management,Cyber Security.
7- Please click here for specific limitations
8- The exchanges are allowed to register at maximum 18 SU credits per semester.
Important Note 1: There may be some courses offered for undergraduate and graduate level students, with the same name. Please make sure that you add the correct course with correct ECTS credit. All details are stated in course lists.
Important Note 2: In the course catalog, a special code is used to define each course unit. The letters in the course unit code refer to the ’subject area’. The numbers between ‘1XX’ and ‘4XX’ in the course unit code refer to the undergraduate courses whereas the numbers between ‘5XX’ and ‘9XX’ refer to the graduate courses.