Author(s): Cantürk BAYRAKÇI, Ülkü Sevim ?EN
The objective of this research is to determine students’ self-efficacy perceptions toward “Traditional Turkish Music” courses, who study music at Faculties of Fine Arts. It is aimed to contribute to the quality of education with determination of perceptions toward these courses. This is a qualitative study designed in the correlational survey model of descriptive research methods based on quantitative data, and the questionnaire technique was used. According to the results, considering TTM course hours students receive at the universities they study, it has been found that students taking more TTM courses differed highly and students' self-efficacy perceptions do not vary across gender and classes. It has been resulted that self-efficacy perception levels of the students taking more TTM courses are superior to those taking fewer, self-efficacy, and the gender and class differences do not make significant differences in students’ self-efficacy perception levels.