Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aytaç COŞKUN

From the Director

Diyarbakır Vocational School of Social Sciences is located in a campus that meets the needs of students, responds to these needs, where cultural, social and sports activities can be held, has technological technical equipment, is suitable for the age and modern, intertwined with nature. The aim of our school is to train educated individuals who can work nationally and internationally as a Vocational High School and to be an exemplary school by ensuring the recognition of our school nationally and internationally. It is a branch of science that deals with human and society on the basis of social sciences, understanding the life needs of societies and making efforts to raise their standards. Social sciences, which examine all parts of human life, consist of more than one discipline and continue these examinations systematically and academically. Social sciences, which enable human life and societies to establish a link between the past and the future, are very important as they allow us to make sense of the past and the present and shape our future. Based on the importance of social sciences and the development of society, we support our Vocational School of Higher Education with all our resources to shape it with academic and scientific methods in line with universal and ethical rules, without breaking away from the realities of our society, and to provide education and training with technological and technical equipment suitable for the age.


Ankara University, Faculty of Language, History and Geography / Department of Archaeology

Master's Degree

Ankara University, Institute of Social Sciences / Classical Archaeology (Thesis)


Ankara University, Institute of Social Sciences / Classical Archaeology

Thesis title: The Development of the Attic-Ionian Pedestal in Anatolia


He received his B.A., M.A. and PhD degrees from Ankara University, Department of Classical Archaeology. She worked in Greece, Austria and Germany for part of his doctorate. He took part in many studies in Turkey and abroad. He received project awards from the American Research Institute-Turkey, German Archaeological Institute-Berlin, Suna & Innan Kıraç Mediterranean Civilizations Research Institute. He has numerous research articles published in international and national journals, books, papers presented and published in international congresses. Aytaç Coşkun, who has conducted many excavations, surveys, projects and is currently Associate Professor at Dicle University, Department of Archaeology, has been carrying out the excavations of Zerzevan Castle, the Roman Empire Border Garrison in Diyarbakır province since 2014. Since 2021, he has been the Director of Diyarbakır Vocational School of Social Sciences.