The Graduate School of Educational Sciences was initiated in 2001 to carry out thesis/non-thesis master's and doctorate programs in educational sciences. The primary purpose of our graduate programs is to train qualified human resources suitable for our country's needs and contribute to science and society by scientific research and publication in the field of education and training. Our doctorate and master's programs with thesis aim to bring new scientists to educational sciences by focusing on theoretical and scientific studies. Our non-thesis master's programs, on the other hand, focus on practical and scientific studies and aim to improve the professional knowledge and skills of teachers, guidance and psychological counselors, and education administrators to advance their careers.
The Graduate School of Educational Sciences has 5 master's and 2 doctoral programs, approximately 350 students and 1800 graduate students. The success of our students in distinguished institutions is our greatest motivation and source of strength.