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The Bologna process is a process of reform aiming to create European Higher Education Zone until the year 2010 which was formed by 47 membering countries and was sustained by them. This study aims at analysing the teacher training undergraduate programmes which are included in educational sciences from the perspective of content in the Bologna process. The research is restricted to pedagogical courses offered in the undergraduate programmes of Gazi Faculty of Education at Gazi University. The survey model was employed in the research and thus an attempt was made to exhibit the current situation. The method of document analysis was used for this purpose. Consequently, it was found through the research that various programmes were offered under the name of teaching profession knowledge in the sections of 8 different academic departments of Gazi Faculty of Education, but that the courses included in the programmes were inconsistent in content with the course contents announced by the Board of Higher Education (YÖK). Besides, it was also found that even though the names of some of the courses were included in the undergraduate programmes, their contents were not taught, and that some of the courses declared by the Board of Higher Education were not included in the pedagogy courses in the undergraduate programmes.