Faculty of Business Administration and Tourism

No Course Duration
1 Bachelor of Business Administration 4 years
2 Bachelor of Accounting 4 years
3 Bachelor of Digital Marketing and Journalism 4 years
4 Bachelor of Tourism 4 years
5 Bachelor of Finance and Banking 4 years

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Faculty of Business and Tourism Management

Department of Business

Bachelor of Digital Marketing and Journalism Reports

 

1. Program Objectives

The Bachelor of Business Administration program is designed to develop a broad understanding of research skills, scientific research methods, and appropriate technologies to promote higher levels of expertise in the field. Business and as a manager, leader, or modern entrepreneur who is the driving force behind the business sector in Cambodia.

2. Program Learning Outcomes(PLO)

At the end of the program of Bachelor in Digital Marketing and Journalism Reports, students are capable to:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Explain the theoretical concepts and importance of each subject in digital marketing and media skills in the context of technology with flexibility
  • PLO2: Expand knowledge, increase work capacity, and respect professional ethics to survey the market, products and services, and market planning as a marketer in modern technology 


B. Cognitive Skills

  • PILO3: Create products and services innovatively through research and development to support both local and regional market demands
  • PILO4: Apply analytical knowledge and research results to develop marketing strategies in the modern era and organizational technologies in response to social contexts, markets, and national and international competition.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PILO5: Utilize leadership and planning in defining roles and responsibilities to facilitate problem-solving build good relationships and develop digital marketing activities with suppliers, investors, clients, and stakeholders for personal development and institution.
  • PILO6: Develop teamwork and train colleagues to achieve and define strategic marketing planning activities in the context of 21st competency.
  • PILO7: Create new products, services, and new methods to diversify in a marketing context and social responsibility, investors, customers, and other stakeholders based on the principles of business.
  • PILO8: Implement learning capacities and research results, and connect with a broad and robust community of industrial diversity, enterprises, and entrepreneurs to create effective productivity and opportunities in the marketing context.

D. Communication, Information Technology, and Numerical Skills

  • PLO9: Use computational methods to write market reports based on computer statistics, software, SPSS, and Excel, using innovation ideas.
  • PLO10: Research, analyze data, make conclusions, make recommendations on research results, and present their results to stakeholders in both organizational and social studies activities in digital marketing.
  • PLO11: Implement a marketing system using information technology in the context of digital marketing appropriate to the social organization situation and capabilities of the 21st century.

E. Psychomotor Skills

  • PLO12: Develop marketing networks and action plans that use digital tools to serve local, national, and international businesses to promote a culture of peace and respect for market diversity.
  • PLO13: Apply innovative ideas of entrepreneurship on business models and strategies through theory and practice, writing business models and business plans that respond to market demands, and capable of presenting and using supporting materials.
  • PLO14: Implement theoretical skills through practical workshops, study tours, social work, and live internships with relevant units in digital marketing which requires perseverance, patience, and flexibility in both academic and professional fields effectively.

3. Job opportunities

After earning a degree in digital marketing and journalism Reports, students can get the following job opportunities:

  • Civil servants (case of entrance exam)
  • Researcher, Business and Marketing Analyst
  • Assistant Business Manager
  • Business Consultant
  • Marketing Strategist
  • Sales and marketing manager
  • Designer and Marketing Agent
  • Logistic and Supply chain manager
  • Marketing manager by business institution.

4. Undergraduate / Master’s / PhD Program

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
1st year
KC.S1-B11Khmer Culture and Civilization345 
IE.S3-B11Introduction to Economic345 
CA.M3-B11Computer Application345 
EP1.L3-B11English Part I345 
IB.S3-B11Introduction to Business345 
PA.S3-B12Public Administration345 
PH.S3-B12Philosophy345 
ME.M3-B12Math for Economics345 
EP2.L3-B12English Part II345 
BoMk.S1-B12Basic of Marketing345 
Total number of credits30450 
Year II
FOWI.S3-B21Foundation of Writing I345 
RM.S2-B21Retails Management345 
PA.M1-B21Consumer Behavior345 
MkD.S1-B21Marketing Design345 
LEB.S1-B21Legal and Environmental Business345 
TWASDG.S2-B21The World Agenda and the SDGs345 
FOWII.L3-B22Foundation of Writing II345 
PS.S1-B22Pricing Strategies345 
MkR.S1-B22Marketing Research345 
MSM.S2-B22Marketing Strategy and Management345 
CAMk.M1-B22Cost Accounting in Marketing345 
S:EIA.S2-B22Sustainability: Environmental Impact Assessment345 
Total number of credits36540 
3rd year
HRM.S2-B31Human Resource Management345 
POM.M2-B31Product and Brand Management345 
FM.S2-B31Financial Management345 
IM.M3-B31Investment Management345 
BL.L3-B31Business Letter345 
 Seminar/ Workshop    
TQM.S2-B32Total Quality Management345 
BRM.S3-B32Business Research Methodology345 
ES.S2-B32Entrepreneurship345 
LS.S2-B32Leadership345 
EC1.S4-B32Elective Course*345 
I.S2-B32Internship3135 
Total number of credits33585 
4th year
SWC.S3-B41Scientific Writing & Communication345 
IBM.S2-B41International Business Management345 
PM.S2-B41Project Management345 
EC2.S4-B41Elective Course*345 
SW.S2-B41Social Work115 
CS.S2-B42Option1 Graduate ExamCompetitive Strategy345 
SM.S2-B42Strategic Management345 
MAB.S2-B42Managing Across Border345 
 Option2“Research thesis”3  
Total number of credits22330 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Business Administration and Tourism

Department of Business

Bachelor of Accounting

1. Objectives of the Bachelor of Accounting Training Program

The Bachelor of Accounting program is designed for the following purposes:

  • Provide students with knowledge and skills related to the procedures of accounting management to meet the needs of the labor market and boost their economy as well as society.
  • Provide professional accounting skills, professional ethics, and a recognized ability to think systematically and solve problems.
  • Competent students can become professionals such as accountants, cashiers, accounting clerks, tax consultants, computer programmers, private accountants, financial managers, auditors, and other accounting-related professions.

2. Learning Outcomes of Bachelor of Accounting Training Program

After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, the winning students will gain the following knowledge, thinking skills, interpersonal and accountability skills, arithmetic, IT, and communication skills:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Explain the principles, environment, regulations, and compliance with accounting rules
  • PLO2: Explain the practice of accountability and understanding of the professional ethics of accountants
  • PLO3: Understand the content, concepts, principles, structure, and financial reporting, both inside and outside the organization
  • PLO4: Analyze, participate, and interpret information in decision-making
  • PLO5: Analyze, participate, and interpret information in decision making
  • PLO6: Monitor and evaluate the performance status of the organization through auditing financial statements.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO7: Ability to research and develop new accounting procedures in line with the innovations of society and the labor market
  • PLO8: Prepare budget plans and analyze financial statements to know the economic situation of the organization for decision-making.
  • PLO9: Establish a system to define the collection, measurement, summary, and analysis of both financial and non-financial data within the organization.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PLO10: Develop professional skills by applying for volunteer skills and internships in private organizations, non-governmental organizations, and government institutions
  • PLO11: Share knowledge through group study and give feedback in person or through social media
  • PLO12: Be responsible for the tasks he/she has to do, assign tasks assigned by the teacher research the information in the website library, and ask the seniors he or she has been through to get a good experience.

D. Numerical Skills, Information Technology, and Communication 

  • PLO13: Carry out registrations related to unit operations through computerized accounting software in addition to manual and efficient registration.
  • PLO14: Ability to search and correct data when entering irregular data in the program more clearly
  • PLO15: Determine how to keep data secure, prepare financial statements and other reports
  • PLO16: Verify and regulate inventory when inequalities occur
  • PLO17: Make financial plans using computerized accounting software and keep track of your cash balance.

3. Job opportunities

After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, students will be able to get the following job opportunities:

  • Clerk, or accountant of a private company, NGO, or government entity
  • Internal Auditor or Independent Auditor
  • Tax officials in state institutions
  • Funds from private companies, NGOs, or government entities
  • Accounting Consultant
  • Some other work.

4. Bachelor of Accounting Program

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOther
First SemesterSecond Semester
Year I
KCC.S3-B11Khmer Culture​ and Civilization345 
IE.S3-B11Introduction to Economic345 
CA.M3-B11Computer Application345 
EP1.L3-B11English Part I345 
RFT(FA1).M2-B11Recording Financial Transaction345 
PA.S3-B12Public Administration345 
PH.S3-B12Philosophy345 
ME.M3-B12Math for Economics345 
EP2.L3-B12English Part II345 
MI (MA1).M2-B12Management Information345 
Toral number of Credits30450 
Year II
IS.M1-B21Introduction to Statistics345 
LEB.S1-B21Legal and environmental Business345 
MFR (FA2).S1-B21Maintaining Financial Record345 
MB.S1-B21Money and Banking345 
MCF(MA2).S1-B21Managing Cost and Finance345 
EBT.L3-B21English for Business Terminology345 
AW.L3-B22Academic Writing345 
ME.M1-B22Macro-economics345 
BT.M2-B22Business Taxation345 
BT(FBT).M1-B22Business Technology345 
IA.M2-B22Intermediate Accounting345 
FT.S2-B22Field Trip290 
Total number of credits36585 
Year III
P.S2-B31Procurement345 
CA(QB.Pro).M1-B31Computer for Accounting (QuickBooks Pro)345 
MA(FMA).S2.B31Management Accounting(FMA)345 
FA(FFA).S2-B31Financial Accounting (FFA)345 
BL.L3-B31Business Letter345 
 Seminar/ Workshop    
RMI.S2-B32Risk Management and Insurance345 
BRM.S3-B32Business Research Methodology345 
FAU.S2-B32Foundation in Audit(FAU)345 
CA(PA).M1-B32Computer for Accounting (Peachtree Accounting)345 
EP.S4-B32Entrepreneurship345 
I.S2-B32Internship3135 
Total number of credits33585 
Year IV
SWC.S3-B41Scientific Writing & Communication345 
PF.S3-B41Public Finance345 
FFM.S2-B41Foundation Financial Management345 
PM.S2-B41Project Management345 
SW.S2-B41Social Work115 
AA.M2-B42Option1 Graduate ExamAdvanced Accounting345 
FSA.M2-B42Financial Statement Analysis345 
MAB.S2-B42Managing Across Border**345 
 Option2“Research &Thesis”9  
Total Number of credit22330 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Business and Tourism Management

Department of Commerce

Bachelor of Marketing

1. Program Objectives

         Bachelor program in Digital Marketing and Journalism Reports is designed to provide knowledge and skills in response to the changing environment of the economy, technology, Industry 4.0, and the global market. General marketing concepts, theory, technology skills, digital platforms, and modern journalism reports are key 21st-century competencies required by the market.

2. Program Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program of Bachelor in Digital Marketing and Journalism Reports, students are capable to:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Explain the theoretical concepts and importance of each subject in digital marketing and media skills in the context of technology with flexibility
  • PLO2: Expand knowledge, increase work capacity, and respect professional ethics to survey the market, products and services, and market planning as a marketer in modern technology.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO3: Create products and services innovatively through research and development to support both local and regional market demands.
  • PLO4: Apply analytical knowledge and research results to develop marketing strategies in the modern era and organizational technologies in response to social contexts, markets, and national and international competition.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility      

  •  PLO5: Utilize leadership and planning in defining roles and responsibilities to facilitate problem-solving build good relationships and develop digital marketing activities with suppliers, investors, clients, and stakeholders for personal development and institution.
  • PLO6: Develop teamwork and train colleagues to achieve and define strategic marketing planning activities in the context of 21st  competency.
  •  PLO7: Create new products, services, and new methods to diversify in marketing context and social responsibility, investors, customers, and other stakeholders based on the principles of business.
  • PLO8: Implement learning capacities and research results, connect with a broad and robust community of industrial diversity, enterprises and entrepreneurs to create effective productivity and opportunities in the marketing context.

D. Communication, Information Technology, and Numerical Skills

  • PLO9: Use computational methods to write market reports based on computer statistics, software, SPSS and Excel, using innovation ideas.
  • PLO10: Research, analyze data, make conclusions and make recommendations on research results and present their results to stakeholders in both organizational and social studies activities in the context of digital marketing.
  • PLO11: Implement a marketing system using information technology in the context of digital marketing appropriate to the social organization situation and capabilities of the 21st century.

E. Psychomotor Skills

  • PLO12: Develop marketing networks and action plans that use digital tools to serve local, national, and international businesses to promote a culture of peace and respect for market diversity.
  • ​​PLO13: Apply innovative ideas of entrepreneurship on business models and strategies through theory and practice, writing business models and business plans that respond to market demands, and capable of presenting and using supporting materials.
  • PLO14: Implement theoretical skills through practical workshops, study tours, social work, and live internships with relevant units in the field of digital marketing which requires perseverance, patience, and flexibility in both academic and professional fields effectively.

3. Job Opportunities

After earning a degree in digital marketing and journalism reports, students can get the following job opportunities:

  • Civil servants (case of entrance exam)
  • Researcher, Business and Marketing Analyst
  • Business Consultant
  • Marketing Strategist
  • Sales and marketing manager
  • Designer and Marketing Agent
  • Logistic and Supply chain manager
  • Marketing manager by business institution.

4. Bachelor of Marketing Program

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
1st year
KCC.S3-B11Khmer Culture and Civilization345 
IE.S3-B11Introduction to Economic345 
CA.M3-B11Computer Application345 
EP1.L3-B11English Part I345 
IB.S3-B11Introduction to Business345 
PA.S3-B12Public Administration345 
PH.S3-B12Philosophy345 
MEc.M3-B12Math for Economics345 
EP2.L3-B12English Part II345 
BoMk.S1-B12Basic of Marketing345 
Number of Credits30450 
2nd yesr
FOWI.S3-B21Foundation of Writing I345 
RM.S2-B21Retails Management345 
CB.S2-B21Consumer Behavior345 
MkD.S1-B21Marketing Design345 
LEB.S1-B21Legal and Environmental Business345 
TWASDG.S2-B21The World Agenda and the SDGs345 
FOWII.L3-B22Foundation of Writing II345 
PS.S1-B22Pricing Strategies345 
MkR.S1-B22Marketing Research345 
MSM.S2-B22Marketing Strategy and Management345 
CAMk.M1-B22Cost Accounting in Marketing345 
S:EIA.S2-B22Sustainability: Environmental Impact Assessment345 
Number of Credits36540 
3rd year
EW.L3-B31Effective Writing345 
PTQM.S2-B31Production and Total Quality Management345 
HRM.S2-B31Human Resource Management345 
AAPS.S2-B31Advertising and Promotional Strategy345 
JANT.S2-B31Journalism and Narrative Techniques of Digital Information345 
 Seminar/ Workshop    
BRM.S3-B32Business Research Methodology345 
SM.S2-B32Sale Management345 
BLC.L3-B32Business Letter and Communication345 
LASCM.S2-B32Logistics and Supply Chain Management345 
PDMkJR.S2-B32Practicum in Digital Marketing and Journalism report345 
Int.-B32Internship3135 
Number of Credits33585 
4th year
EAI.S2-B41Entrepreneurship and Innovation345 
SWC.S3-B41Scientific Writing & Communication345 
CRM.S2-B41Sale Management345 
IM.S2-B41Investment Management345 
SW.S2-B41Social Work345 
IMK.S2-B42Option1 Graduate ExamInternational Marketing **345 
DMk.S1-B42Digital Marketing **345 
MAB.S2-B42Managing Across Border**345 
 Option2“Research thesis”3  
Total number of credits22510 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits

Faculty of Business Administration and Tourism

Department of Business

Bachelor of Tourism

1. Program Objectives

The bachelor program in Tourism is designed as follows:

  • Provides learners with the knowledge, skills (interpersonal thinking and responsibility, arithmetic, information technology, psychology), and practice of tourism skills.
  • Develop students’ professional skills in the service sector, especially in tourism services, which cover hotels, guesthouses, restaurants, transportation, and other services.
  • Provide opportunities for students to practice their skills through internships, field trips, and social work to preserve natural resources, culture, and history and expand their knowledge as entrepreneurs in the tourism sector that can contribute to building the family economy, community, and society.
  • Provide job opportunities as technical officers in the field of tourism: tour guides, resorts, tourist resort managers, hospitality managers, tourism service managers, business owners in the tourism sector (if self-employed), as well as civil servants (in the case of an entrance exam).
  • Increase international recognition of natural resources, culture, and local history

2. Program Learning Outcomes

At the end of the Bachelor in Digital Marketing and Journalism Reporting program, students are capable of:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Create theoretical concepts related to tourism sectors and sub-sectors using theoretical knowledge, information, data, and experiences that students have gained
  • PLO2: Explain how it must specifically operate with strength, common sense, trust, creativity, and self-development, letting go of outdated concepts to adapt to the social environment and client needs, and creating a successful tourist marketing plan.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO3: Observe, recognize, evaluate information, and balance social events affecting the tourism sector or sub-sector to strategically develop and develop new tourism products and implement innovative ideas for the community and society now and in the future.
  • PLO4: Apply and transfer basic knowledge to create and promote the success and growth of tourism in the social context through social media and digital technology.
  • PLO5: Implement the situation and environmental research, preparing data, in-depth analysis, and Tourism development planning to respond to social contexts, especially tourism in a digital society.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PLO6: Expand and develop professional capacity in the service sector, especially in hospitality, tour guides, hotels, guesthouses, recreation centers, related services, and language in tourism, under the social context of ASEAN national standards with high leadership responsibilities.
  • PLO7: Improve communication skills, practice effective teamwork, and practice leadership when appropriate, based on basic knowledge of technology in an organizational and social context.
  • PLO8: Perform duties responsibly with professional ethics in personal relationships, general communication, and technical work.
  • PLO9: Responsible for personal and professional development, using knowledge and qualifications gained from the study to develop tourism services in the community and society in the digital age.

D. Communication, Information Technology, and Numerical Skills

  • PLO10: Use statistical calculation methods and analyze data in SPSS and Excel to conclude, make recommendations, and make public presentations: Using innovation with technology in context.
  • PLO11: Develop the capability to use English-language technology to research, communicate, and solve problems in careers related to tourism.

E. Psychomotor Skills

  • PLO12: Specializes in processing a wide range of technical equipment and machinery related to hospitality, workshops, study tours, social work, and live internships with relevant units in the field of tourism.
  • PLO13: Apply innovative ideas of entrepreneurship on business models and strategies through theory and practice, write business models and business plans that respond to market demands and be capable of presenting and using supporting digital materials.
  • PLO14: Establish a network of tourism operating systems and plans for local, national, and international businesses to promote a culture of peace and communication for diversity in tourism.

3. Job Opportunities

After earning a degree in Tourism, students can get the following job opportunities:

  • Civil servants (case of entrance exam)
  • Tourist Resort Managers
  • Hospitality Manager
  • Tourism Services Manager
  • Business owners in the tourism sector (run your own business)
  • Manager at a private institution
  • Tourist Information Center Manager
  • Tourism Officer
  • Hotel Manager
  • Travel Agency Manager
  • Tour guide
  • Travel Manager

4. Tourism Program

CodeCourseCreditsNumber of HoursOther
Semester ISemester II
Year I
KCC.S3-B11Khmer Culture and Civilization345 
IE.S3-B11Introduction to Economic345 
CA.M3-B11Computer Application345 
EP1.L3-B11English Part I345 
IB.S3-B11Introduction to Business345 
PA.S3-B12Public Administration345 
PH.S3-B12Philosophy345 
MEc.M3-B12Math for Economics345 
EP2.L3-B12English Part II345 
IT.S1-B12Introduction to Tourism345 
Total30450 
Year II
FMT.M1-B21Financial Management in Tourism345 
LEB.S1-B21Legal and Environmental Business345 
FP.S1-B21Food Production345 
MFEW.S2-B21Managing Facilities, Energy and Water345 
NC.S2-B21Nature Conservation345 
FWI.L3-B21Foundation of Writing I345 
TA.S2-B22Travel Agencies345 
HM.S1-B22Hotel Management345 
GPA.S2-B22Governance of Protected Areas345 
SIM.S1-B22Service Innovation and Management345 
SFB.S2-B22Sustainable Food and Beverage345 
FWII.L3-B22Foundation of Writing II345 
Field Trip   
Total36540 
Year 3
EW.L3-B31Effective Writing345 
PTG.S2-B31Professional Tour Guide345 
HRM.S2-B31Human Resource Management345 
RM.S2-B31Resort Management345 
HCT.S2-B31Heritage and Cultural Tourism345 
 Seminar/ Workshop    
BRM.S3-B32Business Research Methodology345 
BLC.S3-B32Tour Operation345 
TO.S2-B32Business Letter and Communication345 
SHM.S2-B32Sustainable Hospitality Management345 
EC2.S4-B32Elective Course*345 
I.S2-B32Internship3135 
Total33585 
Year IV
EI.S2-B41Entrepreneurship and Innovation345 
SWC.S3-B41Scientific Writing & Communication345 
SCGM.S2-B41Sustainable Consumption and Green Marketing345 
EC2.S4-B41Elective Course*345 
SW3-B41Social Work345 
TPD.S2-B42Option1 Graduate ExamTourism Planning & Development345 
DIT.S1-B42Digital Marketing **345 
GBB.S2-B42Global Business and Biodiversity****345 
 Option2“Research &Thesis”3  
Total22330 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Business Administration and Tourism

Department of Management

Bachelor of Finance

1. Program Objectives

The bachelor program in Finance is designed as follows:

  • Provides learners with the knowledge, skills (interpersonal thinking and responsibility, conceptual in finance, information technology, psychology), and practice of financial skills.
  • Develop students’ professional skills in the service sector, especially in banking, which covers companies, manufacturing companies, transportation services, and other financial services.
  • Provide opportunities for students to banking practice their skills through internships, management skills, and technical, and expand their knowledge as entrepreneurs in the industry sector that can contribute to building the family economy, community, and society.
  • Provide job opportunities as technical officers in the field of Finance: banking, financial managers, Budgeting managers, project managers, and business owners in the bank sector.
  • Increase international recognition of natural resources, culture, and local history.

2. Program Learning Outcomes

At the end of the Bachelor, students are capable of:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Create theoretical concepts related to finance sectors and sub-sectors using theoretical knowledge, information, data, and experiences that students have gained
  • PLO2: Explain how it must specifically operate with strength, common sense, trust, creativity, and self-development, letting go of outdated concepts to adapt to the social environment and client needs, and creating a successful financial plan.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO3: Observe, recognize, evaluate information, and balance social events affecting the business sector or sub-sector to strategically develop and develop to implement innovative ideas for the community and society now and in the future.
  • PLO4: Apply and transfer basic knowledge to create and promote the success and growth of financial institutions in the social context through social media and digital technology.
  • PLO5: Implement the situation and environmental research, preparing data, in-depth analysis, and banking development planning to respond to social contexts, especially Management in the context of digital society.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PLO6: Expand and develop professional capacity in the service sector, especially in banking, insurance companies, related financial services, and language in finance, under the social context of ASEAN national standards with high leadership responsibilities.
  • PLO7: Improve communication skills, practice effective teamwork, and practice leadership when appropriate, based on basic knowledge of technology in an organizational and social context.
  • PLO8: Perform duties responsibly with professional ethics in personal relationships, both in general communication and technical work.
  • PLO9: Responsible for personal and professional development, using knowledge and qualifications gained from the study to develop tourism services in the community and society in the digital age.

D. Communication, Information Technology, and Numerical Skills

  • PLO10: Use statistical calculation methods and analyze data in SPSS, JAVA, and Excel to conclude, make recommendations, and make public presentations: Using innovation with technology in context.
  • PLO11: Develop the capability to use English-language technology to research, communicate, and solve problems in careers related to finance and banking.

E. Psychomotor Skills

  • PLO12: Specializes in processing a wide range of technical equipment and machinery related to banking, workshops, bookkeeping, and live internships in the field of finance.
  • PLO13: Apply innovative ideas of entrepreneurship on business models and strategies through theory and practice, writing business models and business plans that respond to market demands, and capable of presenting and using supporting digital materials.
  • PLO14: Establish a network of banking operating systems and plans for local, national, and international businesses to promote a culture of peace and communication for diversity in finance.

3. Job Opportunities

After earning a degree in Management, students can get the following job opportunities:

  • Accountant, banker
  • Company Managers in Finance
  • Budgeting Manager
  • Financial Tourism Services Manager
  • Business owners in the business sector (run your own business)
  • Manager at a private institution
  • Bank Manager
  • Planner Financial Manager
  • Consultant Agency Manager

4. Finance Program

CodeCourseCreditsNumber of HoursOther
Semester ISemester II
Year I
KHC.S1-B11Khmer Culture345 
PA.S3-B12Public Administration345 
IE.S3-B11Introduction to Economics345 
Ph.S3-B12Philosophy345 
CA.M3-B11Computer Application345 
ME.M3-B12Math for Economics345 
EP1.L3-B11English Part I345 
EP2.L3-B12English Part II345 
IB.S3-B11Introduction to Business345 
IB.S1-B12Introduction to Banking345 
Total of Credits15225 
Year 2
BS.M1-B21Business Statistics345 
ME.M1-B21Macro-economics345 
LEB.S1-B21Legal And Environmental Business345 
FA.M2-B22Financial Accounting345 
POA.M1-B21Principle of Accounting345 
PNF.M2-B22Personal Finance345 
MB.S1-B21Money and Banking345 
CM.M2-B22Credit management345 
IF.S1-B21Introduction to Finance345 
AD.S2-B22Auditing345 
EBT.L3-B21English for Business Terminology345 
AW.L3-B22Academic Writing345 
Total of Credits18270 
Year 3
FIM.S2-B31Financial Institution and Market345 
CF..M2-B31Corporate Finance345 
CBM.S2-B31Commercial Banks Management345 
BRM.S3-B32Business Research Methodology345 
FM.M2-B31Financial Management345 
RM.M2-B32Risk Management345 
IM.M2-B31Investment Management345 
CA.M2-B22Computer for Accounting(QuickBooks Pro)345 
BL.L3-B31Business Letter345 
 Seminar / Workshop   
TQM.S2-B32Total Quality Management345 
BRM.S3-B32Business Research Methodology345 
ES.S2-B32Entrepreneurship345 
LS.S2-B32Leadership345 
EC1.S4-B32Elective Courses345 
I.S2-B32Internship3135 
Total credits33585 
Year 4
SWC.S3-B41Scientific Writing and Communication345 
IBM.S2-B41International Business Management345 
EC2.S4-B41Elective Courses345 
SW.S2-B41Social Affairs115 
CS.S2-B42Option1 Graduate ExamCompetitive Strategy345 
SM.S2-B42Strategic Management345 
MAB.S2-B42Managing Across Border345 
 Option2“Research & Thesis”3  
Total22330 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Sociology and Community Development

No Course Duration
6 Bachelor of Economic and Taxation 4 years
7 Bachelor of Economics and Data Science 4 years
8 Bachelor of Law 4 years
9 Bachelor of Agriculture Economics 4 years
10 Bachelor of Public Administration and Governance 4 years
11 Bachelor of Community and Regional Development 4 years
12 Bachelor of Psychology 4 years
13 Bachelor of Peace and Sustainable Development 4 years

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Faculty of Social Sciences and Community Development

Department of Economics

Bachelor of Economics and Taxation

1. Objectives of the Bachelor of Economics and Taxation Training Program:

  • To provide students with a wide range of knowledge, skills, and competencies in Economics and Taxation and related to areas of accounting, auditing, business, law, and financial management.
  • To provide students with the knowledge, ability, and skills of the basics and principles of national and international taxation, including regulations, relations, and roles of the tax treaties.
  • To create a positive change in society and mindset to the responsibilities of the economy and tax, effective tax administration, limits for companies, partnerships, and trust for taxpayers, including individuals and businesses. There are income tax calculations, investment and financing decisions, etc.

2. Outcome of Bachelor of Economics and Taxation Training Program:

A. Knowledge

  • PL01: To explain theories and concepts related to economy and taxation.
  • PL02: To apply tax knowledge to identify tax regulations and principles, individual and business taxpayers, and creative tax solutions.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PL03: To demonstrate the ambiguity of theories and practices of the law and regulatory environment, economics and taxation, accounting, financial management, and business environment with significant outcomes.
  • PL04: To discuss theories of better thinking through data collection, analysis, and interpretation of various issues, especially related to the economy of promotions of the economy and taxation.
  • PL05: To create an economy based on innovations to boost the tax sector in Cambodia.
  • PL06: To use relevant technologies and industry information to analyze tax issues to reflect on responsible thinking and right judgment.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PL07: To be professional and responsible in communicating appropriately to national and international tax contexts.
  • PL08: To demonstrate ethics, respect, and responsibility for tax practices with an understanding of multicultures and how to inform the economy and tax practices, and present tax data and financial statements.

D. Numerical Sells, Information Technology, and Communication

  • PL09: To prepare financial statements and implement tax audit procedures.

3. Career opportunities:

1. Education Sector:

  • To be an economics researcher
  • To be a tax officer
  • To be a lecturer at higher education institutions
  • To be a teacher

2. Social sector and NGOs:

  • To be a national and international NGO officer
  • To be a financial planner and officer
  • To be an economics researcher
  • To be a business developer
  • To be a manager or coordinator of import and export products

3. Employment and Institutions

  • To work in the tax sector as, a tax officer, customs officer
  • To be a tax manager
  • To be a tax researcher and developer
  • To be an advisor to the commune clerk
  • To be a business manager
  • To be an entrepreneur or export/ import coordinator
  • To be a small or medium enterprise or business manager
  • To be a consultant or credit officer
  • To be another banking service (commercial bank, specialized bank …)
  • To be an analyzer and data manager
  • To work in government institutions, national and international organizations

4. Other sectors

  • To entrance exams in various ministry officers
  • To be an operations and digital systems manager
  • To work in banks and financial institutions
  • To work at private companies
  • To be an employee of a private company involved in economics and taxation
  • To work in other ministries according to the needs of the department or office

4. Bachelor of Economics and Taxation Program:

Code Subject Number of Credits Number of Hours Others
First Semester Second Semester
Year 1
FSCD.ET/KCC.A3-B11 Khmer Culture and Civilization 3 45  
FSCD.ET/CA.M2-B11 Computer Application 3 45  
FSCD.ET/EG.S2-B11 Economic Geography 3 45  
FSCD.ET/HET.M2-B11 History of Economics Thought* 3 45  
FSCD.ET/EP1.L1-B11 English Part 1 3 45  
FSCD.ET/IS.M2-B12 Introduction to Statistics 3 45  
FSCD.ET/PS.M2-B12  Philosophy 3 45  
FSCD.ET/IOE.M2-B12 Introduction to Economics* 3 45  
FSCD.ET/PA.S4-B12 Public Administration 3 45  
FSCD.ET/EBE2.L1-B12 English Part 2 3 45  
Total number of credits 30 450  
Year II
FSCD.ET/MIE.M1-B21 Microeconomics 3 45  
FSCD.ET/CL.S1-B22 Commercial Law 3 45  
FSCD.ET/POA.M1-B21 Principles of Accounting 3 45  
FSCD.ET/FMI.S1-B21 Financial Markets and Institutions 3 45  
FSCD.ET/LA.S1-B21 Linear Algebra 3 45  
FSCD.ET/EBE1.L1-B21 English for Business and Economics I 3 45  
FSCD.ET/MAE1.M2-B21 Macroeconomics        
FSCD.ET/FA.M1-B22 Financial Accounting 3 45  
FSCD.ET/MM.S4-B22 Marketing Management 3 45  
FSCD.ET/EE.S4-B31 Evolutionary Economics 3 45  
FSCD.ET/EBE2.L1-B22 English for Business and Economics II 3 45  
      45  
Total number of credits 33 495  
Year III
FSCD.ET/CTP.S1-B31 Cambodian Taxation and Practices 3 45  
FSCD.ET/FM.S1-B31 Financial Management 3 45  
FSCD.ET/ED.S1-B31 Economic Development 3 45  
FSCD.ET/DMB.S4-B31 Digital Money and Banking 3 45  
FSCD.ET/AS.M1-B31 Applied Statistics 3 45  
FSCD.ET/RM.S4-B31 Research Methodology        
FSCD.ET/PM.S4-B32 Project Management 3 45  
FSCD.ET/ENI.S4-B32 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 3 45  
FSCD.ET/PF.S4-B32 Public Finance 3 45  
FSCD.ET/BT.S1-B32 Business Taxation 3 45  
FSCD.ET/US.S3-B32 Scientific Writing and Communication 3 45  
FSCD.ET/IS.S1-B32 Internship 3 135  
Total number of credits 36 630  
Year IV
FSCD.ET/IT.S1-B41 International Taxation 3 45  
FSCD.ET/ECNT.S1-B41 Econometrics 3 45  
FSCD.ET/DMPBI.S4-B41 Data Modelling in Power BI 3 45  
FSCD.ET/TT.S1-B41 Tax and Technology 3 45  
FSCD.ET/OB.S4-B41 Organizational  Behaviour 3 45  
FSCD.ET/WSC.L1-B41 Workshop / Conference 1 15  
FSCD.ET/TAI.S1-B42 Option1 . Tax Audit and Investigation 3 45  
FSCD.ET/PP.S1-B42 Public Policy 3 45  
FSCD.ET/TSA.S1-B42 Tax System in ASEAN 3 45  
  Option2 Thesis Writing 3 45  
Total number of credits 25 375  

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Sociology and Community Development

Department of Economics

Bachelor of Economics and Data Science


1.  Objectives of the Bachelor of Economics and Data Science Training Program:

  • To provide students with a wide range of knowledge, skills, and competencies in economics and data science, and related microeconomic theory, macroeconomics, statistics, and total measurement of variables such as savings, investment, GDP, inflation, and balance of payments. Analysis and use of key technologies, including program R, SQL, and other applications used for data analysis.
  • To provide students with the knowledge, ability, and skills of basic and advanced levels related to the application of data science and analyze the financial market, labor market, and other economic issues applied in education. Regional and non-regional economy, public and private organizations or institutions, industry, and other sectors, etc.
  • To create social and new changes in industry, trade, digital currency, technology, and digital economy, and projects.

2. Outcome of Bachelor of Economics and Data Science Training Program:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: To explain theories, concepts, practices, innovations, and competent data usage.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO2: To analyze and interpret the theory of economics and social phenomena using current data analysis tools in the economy and be able to identify and generate practical questions and issues in various aspects, for example: microeconomics, macroeconomics, financial requirements, or other development sectors.
  • PLO3: To develop data management systems, information systems, and analysis of economic phenomena data.
  • PLO4: To evaluate and present economic results on financial markets, labor markets, and economic issues of local companies.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PLO5: To communicate professionally responsibly and appropriately for national and international economics and data science contexts.
  • PLO6: To complete and implement with ethics, respect, and professional responsibility.
  • PLO7: To be innovative and analyze the market.

D. Numerical Skills, Information Technology, and Communication

  • PLO8: To write reports and make presentations such as inspections, usage statistics, and measurements to analyze data from various scientific studies
  • PLO9: To demonstrate an assessment of the agricultural economy, relevant institutions, self-assessment, and explain how to write projects and innovate.

3. Career opportunities:

1. Education sector:

  • To be a professor of data science
  • To be an assistant professor of data science and statistics
  • To be a higher-level teacher entrance exam

2. Social sector and NGOs:

  • To be a data analyst and population awareness
  • To be a senior analyst forecast model
  • To be a national and international NGOs
  • To be a financial planner
  • To be a researcher on economics or development issues

3. Employment and Institutions

  • To be a general department of customs
  • To be a Ministry of economy and finance
  • To be a ministry of rural development
  • To be a council for the development of Cambodia
  • To be a ministry of commerce
  • To be a ministry of agriculture
  • To be a ministry of planning
  • To be at a sub-national level (commune/ Sangkat)
  • To be a community.

4. Other sectors

  • To be an operation and digital systems manager
  • To work in banks and financial institutions
  • To be a private company
  • To be an employee in a private company involved in economics and data science
  • To work in other ministries according to the needs of the department

4. Bachelor of Public Administration and Governance

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
Year 1
FSCD.ED/KCC.S2-B11Khmer Culture and Civilization345 
FSCD.ED/CA.M2-B11Computer Application345 
FSCD.ED/HET.S2-B11History of Economic Thought*345 
FSCD.ED/EP1.L1-B11English Part 1345 
FSCD.ED/LF1.F3-B11Langue Française I345 
FSCD.ED/IS.M2-B21Introduction to Statistics345 
FSCD.ED/IOE.S2-B21Introduction to Economics*345 
FSCD.ED/APA.S4-B12Public Administration345 
FSCD.PAG/FSCD.ED/EP2.L1-B22English Part 2345 
FSCD.ED/LF2.F3-B12Langue Française II345 
Total number of credits30450 
Year II
FSCD.ED/MIE.M1-B21Microeconomics345 
FSCD.ED/CL.S1-B21Commercial Law345 
FSCD.ED/POA.S1-B21Principles of Accounting345 
FSCD.ED/LA.M4-B21Linear Algebra345 
FSCD.ED/EBE1.L1-B21English for Business and Economics I345 
FSCD.ED/LF3.F3-B21Langue Française III345 
FSCD.ED/MAE.S1-B22Macroeconomics    
FSCD.ED/DMS.S1-B22Database Management System345 
FSCD.ED/FA.S1-B22Financial Accounting345 
FSCD.AE/MM.S4-B22Marketing Management345 
FSCD.ED/EBE2.L1-B22English for Business and Economics II345 
FSCD.ED/LF4.F3-B22Langue Française IV345 
Total number of credits36540 
3rd year
FSCD.ED/CTP.S1-B31. Cambodian Taxation and Practices345 
FSCD.ED/DD.M4-B31Database Design345 
FSCD.ED/DMB.M4-B31Digital Money and Banking345 
FSCD.ED/AS.M1-B31Applied Statistics345 
FSCD.ED/RM.S4-B31Research Methodology345 
FSCD.PAG/PSL.S1-B31Public Service Law    
FSCD.ED/PM.S1-B32Project Management345 
FSCD.ED/ENI.S4-B32Entrepreneurship and Innovation345 
FSCD.ED/SQL.S4-B32SQL Program345 
FSCD.ED/SWC.M1-B32Scientific Writing and Communication345 
FSCD.ED/EE.S1-B32Evolutionary Economics345 
FSCD.ED/ IS.S1-B32Internship3135 
Total number of credits33185 
4th year
FSCD.ED/ECNT.S4-B41Econometrics345 
FSCD.ED/SQLDA.M4-B41SQL for Data Analysis345 
FSCD.ED/DMPBI.S4-B41Data Modelling in Power BI345 
FSCD.ED/TT.S1-B41Tax and Technology345 
FSCD.ED/OB.S4-B41Organizational  Behaviour345 
FSCD.ED/ WSC.L1-B41Workshop / Conference115 
FSCD.ED/IEM.S1-B42Option1. International Entreprise Management345 
FSCD.ED/DE.S4-B42Digital Economy345 
FSCD.ED/PP.S1-B42Public Policy345 
 Option2Thesis Writing9135 
Total number of credits25375 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Sociology and Community Development

Department of Law

Bachelor of Law

 

1. Purpose of Bachelor of Law Training Program

  • The Bachelor of Law training program will provide students with knowledge of law, administration, law making in society, expertise in law research and legal problem-solving in society.

2. Learning Outcomes of Bachelor of Law Training Program

After graduating with a Bachelor of Law, students will be able to:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Explain theories and concepts related to the legal field in both Khmer and foreign contexts, especially the legal theory of the West and the ASEAN region
  • PLO2: Understand the potential of jurisprudence used in education, justice in society, employment and other fields
  • PLO3: Explain clearly about law, law making, law enforcement factors and methods of resolving disputes in society
  • PLO4: Simplified interpretation of law-making in the country and implementation in society as well
  • PLO5: A deeper understanding of the functioning of the legal system and implementation in society
  • PLO6: Explain how to plan, implement law and work management for a peaceful and prosperous nation, etc.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO7: Use the skills of understanding the law and skillful observation to gain an in-depth understanding of social rules
  • PLO8: In-depth analysis of human problems, especially legal issues or other triggers, and finding solutions
  • PLO9: Think and reflect on issues in life, such as mutual respect, local practice, work and family relationships, etc.
  • PLO10: Use legal methods and techniques to resolve issues or disputes in accordance with the context and all situations, both in the work in the family and society.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PLO11: Communicate and collaborate with people around you successfully and effectively, such as community group work in the law enforcement process with teamwork.
  • PLO12: Lead a team with high responsibility, honesty, integrity, fairness and clarity.
  • PLO13: Work with self-confidence, high optimism and good ethics in teamwork.
  • PLO14: Adapts well to teamwork and in contexts or situations such as community work.

D. Numerical Skills, Information Technology, and Communication

  • PLO15: Write work reports and presentations such as local inspections
  • PLO16: Use statistics and measurements to analyze data from various scientific studies
  • PLO17: Use social media and IT systems to communicate work and research
  • PLO18: Use foreign languages for work and communication.

3. Job Opportunities

After earning a bachelor’s degree in law, graduates can get many job opportunities in various fields such as:

1. Education:

  • Entrance exams in various Ministries of Justice
  • Entrance exam for Royal School of Administration
  • Entrance Exam for the Position of Lecturer at
    Higher Education Institutions (Master or PhD)
  • Entrance Exam for the Position of Teacher

2. Social sector and NGOs:

  • Legal advisers, judges, prosecutors, clerks, bailiffs, lawyers solve various issues such as:
    • Domestic violence issues
    • Problems of abuse by those in power
    • Injustice against vulnerable people
    • Human trafficking issues

3. Employment and Institutions

  • Legal Adviser
    Judges, Prosecutors, Clerks, Bailiffs, Lawyers
    Civil Servants in the Ministry of Justice
  • Judicial Police
  • Administrative staff at national and sub-national levels (villages, communes, districts …)
    Legal interpreters, etc.

4. Legal and banking sector

  • Legal counsel to support justice with:
    •  Victims
    •  Prison inmates
    •  You are in a correctional center, etc.

4. Bachelor of Law

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
Year 1
FSCD.LW/KCC.A1-B11Khmer culture and Civilization345 
FSCD.LW/EPI.F1-B11English Part I345 
FSCD.LW/CLI.S1-B11Constitutional Law I345 
FSCD.LW/
CA.M1-B11
Computer Application345 
FSCD.LW/
IL.S1-B11
Introduction to Law345 
FSCD.LW/
PA.S1-B12
Public Administration345 
FSCD.LW/
ASL.S1-B12
ASEAN System Law345 
FSCD.LW/
IPS.S1-B12
Introduction to Political Science345 
FSCD.LW/
EPII.F1-B12
English Part II345 
FSCD.LW/
CLII.S1-B12
Constitutional Law II345 
Total credits30450 
Year II
 FSCD.LW/
GAL.S1-B21
General Administration Law345 
FSCD.LW/
LEI.F1-B21
Legal English345 
FSCD.LW/
GCLI.S1-B21
General Civil Law I345 
FSCD.LW/
GCRLI.S1-B21
General Criminal Law I345 
FSCD.LW/
GCL.S1-B21
General Contract Law345 
FSCD.LW/
CL.S1-B21
Commercial Law345 
FSCD.LW/
APL.S1-B22
Administration Procedural Law    
FSCD.LW/
GCLII.S1-B22
General Civil Law II345 
FSCD.LW/
GCRL11.S1-B22
General Criminal Law II345 
FSCD.LW/
LM.S1-B22
Legal Methodology345 
FSCD.LW/
LSSL.S1-B22
Labor and Social Security Law345 
Total numbers of credits33595 
3rd year

FSCD.LW/

LMURL.S1-B31

.Land Menagement and Urbaization Law345 

FSCD.LW/

CPL.S1-B31

Company Law345 

FSCD.LW/

PHR.S1-B31

Public Liberty and Human Rights law345 

FSCD.LW/

SCRLI.S1-B31

Special Criminal Law I345 

FSCD.LW/

SCRLI.S1-B31

Applied Statistics345 

FSCD.LW/

RSM.S1-B31

Research Methodolody    

FSCD.LW/

SCRLII.S1-B32

Special Criminal Law II345 

FSCD.LW/

IR.S1-B32

International Relations345 

FSCD.LW/

MHL.S1-B32

Marriage and Heritage Law345 

FSCD.LW/

CA.S1-B32

Commercial Arbitration345 

FSCD.LW/

OL.S1-B32

Obligation Law345 

FSCD.LW/

ITS.S1-B32

Internship3135 
Total number of credits36540 
4th year

FSCD.LW/

CSL.S1-B41

Civil Service Law345 

FSCD.LW/

CPLI.S1-B41

SQLDA.M4-B41

Civil Procedural Law I345 

FSCD.LW/

CRPLI.S1-B41

Criminal Procedural Law I345 

FSCD.LW/

PIL.S1-B41

Public International Law345 

FSCD.LW/

PF.S1-B41

Public Finance345 

FSCD.LW/

IPL.S1-B41

Intellectual Property law345 
FSCD.LW/
W.S.S1-B41
Workshop/ Conference115 

FSCD.LW/

CPLII.S1-B42

Option1.Civil Procedural Law II345 

FSCD.LW/

CRPLII.S1-B42

Criminal Procedural Law II345 

FSCD.LW/

PRIL.S1-B42

Private International Law345 
 Option2Thesis Writing9135 
Total number of credits28420 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Social Sciences and Community Development

Department of Economics

Bachelor of Agricultural Economics

 

1. Objectives of the Bachelor of Agricultural Economics Training Program:

  • To provide students with a wide range of knowledge, skills, and competencies in economics, agriculture, and related fields that enable farmers and agro-industrial entrepreneurs to leapfrog to increase productivity, efficiency, and competitiveness, market access, improve nutritional outcomes, and increase productivity. To be resistant to climate change.
  • To provide students with knowledge, ability, and skills about agriculture in the economic system, economics concepts, agricultural issues, price and market issues, including focusing on production factors, and state and federal agricultural programs that affect the economic position of farmers.
  • To create social and positive changes in attitudes and responsibilities towards the agricultural economy, effective management of agricultural issues in rural areas, and definite agricultural policies.

2. Outcome of Bachelor of Agricultural Economics Training Program:

A. Knowledge

  • PL01: To explain economic theory, agricultural economy, national and international trade law
  • PL02: To explain the theory of agribusiness chain, quality standards, sanitation, sanitation
  • PL03: To explain in depth the production chain theory and policy, agriculture, trade, and quality standards.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PL04: To analyze the process of marketing and management of food and agricultural products, food security management can predict market demand and can use business strategies to compete in the market in the region and reach the world market in the future.
  • PL05: To be able to use technical resources, and economic equipment and can analyze production efficiency.
  • PL06: To use critical thinking by collecting data, and analyzing and interpreting various issues, especially issues related to the economy, based on improving agricultural productivity, food and agricultural productivity, and food security management.
  • PL07: To innovative and analysis market

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PL08: To be successful and effective communication and collaboration with people around, such as teamwork in the community in the process of implementing the agricultural economy.
  • PL09: To lead teams and units with high responsibility, honesty, integrity, fairness, and clarity, can manage production lines, manage farms effectively, use economic tools, and agricultural efficiency

D. Numerical Sells, Information Technology, and Communication

  • PL010: To write work reports and make presentations such as field inspections, use statistics and measurements to analyze data from various scientific studies
  • PL011: To demonstrate an assessment of the agricultural economy, relevant institutions, self-assessment, and explain how to write projects and innovate.

3. Career opportunities:

A. Education sector:

  • To be a researcher in agricultural economics
  • To take entrance exams in agriculture ministries
  • To be a teacher exam
  • To be a professor at higher education institutions

B. Social sector and NGOs:

  • To be an economics researcher
  • To be a community development project consultant
  • To be a financial planner
  • To be a manager or coordinator of international exports/imports and
  • To be a financial planner
  • To be a researcher on economic or development issues
  • To be an employee in a private company related to agriculture

C. Employment and Institutions

  • To be a Ministry of Agriculture officer
  • To be an agricultural consultant
  • To be an advisor to the commune economic agriculture clerk
  • To be an agricultural credit officer
  • To be an agricultural investor and entrepreneur
  • To be a farm manager
  • To be a managing agricultural business
  • To be a supply chain manager
  • To be an agricultural economic data analyst and manager.
  • To be another banking service (commercial bank, specialized bank…)
  • To be an agricultural project evaluation officer
  • To work in government institutions, national and international organizations

D. Other sectors

  • To be an employee in a private company related to agriculture
  • To work in other ministries according to the needs of the office|

4. Bachelor of Agricultural Economics Program:

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
Year 1
FSCD.ET/KCC.A3-B11Khmer Culture and Civilization345 
FSCD.ET/CA.M2-B11Computer Application345 
FSCD.ET/EG.S2-B11Economic Geography345 
FSCD.ET/HET.M2-B11History of Economics Thought*345 
FSCD.ET/EP1.L1-B11English Part 1345 
FSCD.ET/IS.M2-B12Introduction to Statistics345 
FSCD.ET/PS.M2-B12 Philosophy345 
FSCD.ET/IOE.M2-B12Introduction to Economics*345 
FSCD.ET/PA.S4-B12Public Administration345 
FSCD.ET/EBE2.L1-B12English Part 2345 
Total number of credits30450 
Year II
FSCD.ET/MIE.M1-B21Microeconomics345 
FSCD.ET/CL.S1-B22Commercial Law345 
FSCD.ET/POA.M1-B21Principles of Accounting345 
FSCD.AE/ABOM.S1-B21Agriculture & Business
Organization and Management
345 
FSCD.ET/LA.S1-B21Linear Algebra345 
FSCD.AE/EBE1.F1-B21English for Business and Economics I345 
FSCD.AE/MAE.M2-B22Macroeconomics345 
FSCD.AE/MM.M1-B22Marketing Management345 
FSCD.AE/FA.M1-B22Financial Accounting345 
FSCD.AE/DPAVC.M1-B22Digital Platforms for Agriculture Value Chains345 
FSCD.AE/CD.S1-B22Dynamic Capabilities345 
FSCD.AE/EBE2.F1-B22English for Business and Economics II 45 
Total number of credits33495 
Year III
FSCD.AE/FMP.S1-B31 Farm Managing and Processing345 
FSCD.AE/GAE.S1-B31Greener Agriculture Economics345 
FSCD.AE/ED.S1-B31Economic Development345 
FSCD.AE/RM.S4-B31Research Methodology345 
FSCD.AE/AS.M1-B31Applied Statistics345 
FSCD.AE/LSCM.S1-B32Logistics and Supply Chain Management3 45 
FSCD.AE/PM.S4-B32Project Management345 
FSCD.AE/SAP.S1-B32Sanitary and phytosanitary
(system of Agriculture standard)
345 
FSCD.AE/GIS.S1-B32Geographic Information System345 
FSCD.AE/SWC.S4-B32Scientific Writing and Communication345 
FSCD.AE/IS.S1-B32Internship345 
Total number of credits36630 
Year IV
FSCD.AE/MCB.S1-B41Marketing Analytics and Consumers345 
FSCD.ET/ECNT.S1-B41Econometrics345 
FSCD.AE/IM.S1-B41Investment Management345 
FSCD.AE/GA.S3-B41Gender Awareness345 
FSCD.AE/
BT.S1-B41
Business Taxation345 
FSCD.ET/WSC.L1-B41Workshop / Conference115 
FSCD.AE/IEM.S1-B42Option1International Enterprise Management345 
FSCD.AE/IT.S1-B42International Trade345 
FSCD.AE/PM.M1-B42Production Management345 
 Option2Thesis Writing345 
Total number of credits25375 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Sociology and Community Development

Department of Law

Bachelor of Public Administration and Governance

 

1. Purpose of Bachelor of Public Administration and Governance Training Program

The Bachelor of Public Administration and Governance training program aims to produce students with the knowledge, ability, and skills that can have many roles and responsibilities related to the field of public administration, focusing on the development and importance of modern government operations at the sub-national and national levels. This training program is an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the basic principles of the public administration approach. Public administration and governance is to study the implementation of government policies and prepare civil servants for public service. The basic goal of this program is to promote management and policy development so that the government can function well. This training provides an overview of the history, practical context, functions of public administration, development, and good governance. In addition, the course covers organizational theory and regulations, ethics and accountability, decision-making and leadership. In addition, the undergraduate training program will provide students with skills in problem-solving, job management, and research in local governance and other related fields. Public administration and governance are designed to build scholarship knowledge of scholars and public management capacity for effective public service management.

2. Learning Outcomes of the Bachelor of Public Administration and Governance Training Program

After graduating with a degree in Public Administration and Governance, students will be able to:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Explain theories and concepts related to public administration, and local and sub-national governance development in both Khmer and foreign contexts.
  • PLO2: In-depth discussion of the potential of public administration and governance used in the field of public functions, local development, sub-national governance, organization, and management of various sectors.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO3: Use knowledge to manage dispute resolution and provide public services, manage institutions effectively.
  • PLO4: Able to create development plans, strategic plans, and institutional capacity-building plans at the sub-national level.
  • PLO5: Organize and evaluate the organization’s administration and governance system.
  • PLO6: Present community assessment results, institutional evaluation, project proposals, various development plans, and capacity to coordinate public services.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PLO7: Use knowledge to promote national and international cooperation within the ASEAN framework.
  • PLO8: Implement effective human resource management plans, financial systems, and administrative relations at the sub-national level.

D. Numerical Skills, Information Technology, and Communication

  • PLO9: Write work reports and make presentations, such as field inspections.
  • PLO10: Use statistics and measurements to analyze scientific research data, and use social media and information systems to communicate work and research related to management in public institutions or private companies.

3. Job Opportunities

After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration and Governance, graduates can enjoy a wide range of job opportunities in the following fields:

A. Education:

  • Entrance exams in various ministries
  • Entrance exam for Royal School of Administration
  • Entrance exam for the Position of Higher Education Institution (Master’s or PhD)
  • Exam to be a teacher or technical officer

B. Employment

  • Administrative Assistant
  • Office Assistant
  • Public Administration and Governance Civil Servants
  • Receptionist
  • Administrative workers at the sub-national level (villages, communes, districts ..).
  • Assistant Director
  • Administration and Governance Specialist
  • Chief of Administration
  • Head of Personnel Office
  • Head of Human Resources
  • Senior Director of Administration and Governance, etc.

4. Bachelor of Public Administration and Governance

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
Year 1
FSCD.PAG/ KCC.A1-B11Khmer Culture and Civilization345 
FSCD.PAG/ CA.M1-B11Computer Application345 
FSCD.PAG/ IL.S1-B11Introduction to Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ EPMI.F1-B11English for Public Administration I345 
FSCD.PAG/ CLI.S1-B11Constitutional Law I345 
FSCD.PAG/ IPS.S1-B12Introduction to Political Science345 
FSCD.PAG/ EPMII.F1-B12English for Public Administration II345 
FSCD.PAG/ IA.S1-B12Introduction to Administration345 
FSCD.PAG/ CAII.S1-B12Constitutional Law II345 
FSCD.PAG/ AAS.S1-B12ASEAN​ Administrative System345 
Total number of credits30450 
Year II
FSCD.PAG/ GAL.S1-B21General Administrative Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ CL.S1-B21 Company Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ EPAIII.F1-B21English for Public Administration III345 
FSCD.PAG/ GCRLI.S1-B21General Criminal Law I345 
FSCD.PAG/ GCLI.S1-B21General Civil Law I345 
FSCD.PAG/ LP.S1-B21Land Policies345 
FSCD.PAG/ APL.S1-B22Administrative Procedural Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ GCLII.S1-B22General Civil Law II345 
FSCD.PAG/ PCL.S1-B22Public Contract Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ GCRLII.S1-B22General Criminal Law II345 
FSCD.PAG/ DP.S1-B22Diplomatic Protocols345 
FSCD.PAG/ EPAIV.S1-B22English for Public Administration IV345 
Total number of credits36540 
3rd year
FSCD.PAG/ AE.S1-B31Administrative Ethics345 
FSCD.PAG/ PHR.S1-B31Public Liberty and Human Rights Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ AS.S1-B31Applied Statistics345 
FSCD.PAG/ CUL.S1-B31Construction and Urbanization Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ RM.S1-B31Research Methodology345 
FSCD.PAG/ PSL.S1-B31Public Service Law    
FSCD.PAG/ CM.S1-B32Conflict Management345 
FSCD.PAG/ PM.S1-B32Public Management345 
FSCD.PAG/ LSL.S1-B32Labor and Social Security Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ PRM.S1-B32Project Management345 
FSCD.PAG/ PP.S1-B32Public Policy345 
FSCD.PAG/ ITS.S1-B32Internship3135 
Total number of credits36540 
4th year
FSCD.PAG/ PF.S1-B41Public Finance345 
FSCD.PAG/ HRPA.S1-B41Human Resources in Public Administration345 
FSCD.PAG/ IR.S1-B41International Relations345 
FSCD.PAG/ LL.S1-B41Land Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ PPL.S1-B41Public Property Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ W.S.S1-B41Workshop/Conference115 
FSCD.PAG/ AD.S1-B42Option1Administrative Disputes345 
FSCD.PAG/ PIL.S1-B42Private International Law345 
FSCD.PAG/ LS.S1-B42Law of the Sea345 
 Option2Thesis Writing9135 
Total number of credits25375 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Department: Community Development
Bachelor of Community and Regional Development

1. Objectives of the Undergraduate Education Program

  • Equip students with knowledge, ability, and skills related to development work, focusing on the development of rural and local communities.
  • Produce students with community and regional development skills as well as key theories and practices that authorize participation in development, development planning, and community research.
  • Train students for self-development and positive social change through human resource education, community service building, and sustainable development.

2. Learning Outcome of Undergraduate Education Program

  • PLO1: Explain theories and concepts related to community development, socio-economic zone development, ecosystems, and sustainable development.
  • PLO2: Explain theories and concepts related to leadership management, teamwork, institutional capacity, and community relations strategies.
  • PLO3: Explain community problem analysis/development tools, community research, community involvement, project design and evaluation, institutional capacity building, research and development planning, and analysis and presentation of results.
  • PLO4: Analyze the relevance of community and regional development policies.
  • PLO5: Selection of community problem analysis/development tools, community research, community participation, management, training, capacity building, evaluation, and capacity building of institutions and human resources.
  • PLO6: Present community evaluation results, institutional evaluation, project proposals, development plans, and community and stakeholder coordination capabilities.
  • PLO7: Develop yourself to be a leader with high responsibility, independence, self-confidence, high optimism, and especially high ethics in the work of the team and the organization as a whole.
  • PLO8: Demonstrates the ability to write community reports, research reports, project proposals, and presentations effectively and clearly.
  • PLO9: Use social media, information technology, and especially use statistics, and analytical tools in various research work, career fulfillment, and communication in society with high quality and efficiency.

3. Job Opportunity

Education: Be able to pass the exam to become a teacher of geography and geology

Social sectors and NGOs include:

    • Sustainable development specialist
    • City and Regional Planner
    • Community Culture and Arts Officer
    • Youth worker
    • Social policy worker
    • Foreign aid worker

4. Employment and institutions such as:

  • Consultant
  • Project Manager
  • Community Development Director
  • Local government officer
  • Government Department officer
  • Community Development Officer
  • Community Development Support Officer
  • Economic Development Analyst
  • Social Entrepreneur

5. Bachelor’s Degree Program: Community and Regional Development

    1.  
CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
Year 1
FSCD.CRD/EI.S3-B11Ethics and Integrity345 
FSCD.CRD/CA.M2-B11 2. Computer Application345 
FSCD.CRD/KCC.S2-B113. Khmer Culture and Civilization345 
FSCD.CRD/EN1.F3-B114. English Part 1345 
FSCD.CRD/ICD.S2-B115. Introduction to Community Development*345 
FSCD.CRD/IS.M2-B121. Introduction​ to Statistics345 
FSCD.CRD/PS.S2-B122. Philosophy and Society345 
FSCD.CRD/EN2.F3-B123. Introduction to Economics345 
FSCD.CRD/DCRD.S2-B124. English Part 2345 
FSCD.CRD/ICD.S2-B115. Dynamics of Community and Regional Development*345 
Total number of credits30450 
Year II
FSCD.CRD/EDES.F2-B211.​​​ English for Development and Environmental Science ​345 
FSCD.CRD/CRW.F3-B212. Critical Reading and Writing345 
FSCD.CRD/HBO.S3-B213. Human Behavior and Organization345 
FSCD.CRD/PMDP.S1-B214. Participatory Methods for Development and Practices345 
FSCD.CRD/LEDSE.S1-B215. Local Economic Development and Social Entrepreneurship345 
FSCD.CRD/DP. S1-B216. Development Perspective345 
FSCD.CRD/IKCR.S1-B221. Indigenous Knowledge and Community Research345 
FSCD.CRD/IE.S3-B22. Macroeconomics345 
FSCD.CRD/GIS.S1-B223. Geographic Information System345 
FSCD.CRD/CBED.S1-B224. Community-Based Enterprise Development345 
FSCD.CRD/PE. M1-B22. Principles of Ecology345 
FSCD.CRD/SMN.S4-B226. Stakeholder Management and Networking345 
Total number of credits36540 
3rd year
FSCD.CRD/EIA.S1-B31Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)345 
FSCD.CRD/RM.S3-B31Research Methodology345 
FSCD.CRD/CFR.S4-B31Community Field Research: Theory & Analysis345 
FSCD.CRD/AS.M1-B31Applied Statistics345 
FSCD.CRD/HCED.S4-B31Housing,​​ Community and Economic Development345 
FSCD.CRD/MTDPPS.S4-B31​ Managing Training and Development in Public and Private Sectors    
FSCD.CRD/GD.S4-B32Gender and Development345 
FSCD.CRD/PM.S1-B32Project Management345 
FSCD.CRD/SC.S1-B32Sustainable Cities345 
FSCD.CRD/OP.S3-B32Organizational Psychology345 
FSCD.CRD/SWC.M3-B32Scientific Writing and Communication345 
 Internship3135 
Total number of credits36630 
4th year
FSCD.CRD/UDCC.M4-B411. Urban Development and Climate Change345 
FSCD.CRD/ECPP.S1-B412. Evaluation of Community Projects and Programs345 
FSCD.CRD/DAMSS.S4-B413. Data Analysis and Modelling for Social Sciences345 
FSCD.CRD/LIO.S4-B414. Local Institution and Organization345 
 5. Workshop/Conference345 
FSCD.CRD/CSM.S3-B421. Social Communication and Marketing345 
FSCD.CRD/ICDP.S1-B422. International Community Development Perspectives345 
FSCD.CRD/PSD.S1-B423. Perspectives on Sustainable Development345 
Total number of credits22330 
 1. Thesis9 
 2. Internship3 
Total number of credits12124 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Social Sciences and Community Development

Bachelor of Psychology

1. The purpose of the Bachelor of Psychology 

The Bachelor of Arts program in Psychology provides students with knowledge and skills in psychiatry in the field of health, problem analysis, counseling, and problem-solving in the social field. The educational program also provides students with the knowledge and skills to manage communication and research in the field of employment. In particular, the undergraduate training program in psychology provides students with knowledge and skills in training, counseling, study-oriented, and health education in the field of education.

2. Outcome of Bachelor of Psychology (Program Intended Learning Outcomes)

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, students will be able to:

A. Knowledge

  • PLO1: Explain the latest important developments in theories and concepts related to psychology, clinical psychology, development psychology and education, social and occupational psychology, and other areas of psychology, both in the Cambodian and foreign contexts, especially Western theories. Country.

B. Cognitive Skills

  • PLO2: In-depth analysis of the process of human personality development, both intellectual, mental, and physical, especially the process of developing the structure and function of the human brain.
  • PLO3: Effective conclusions on the process of influence between individuals and society, such as culture, social norms, work, and relationships that affect the psychological, individual, and society.
  • PLO4: Effectively deal with any problems or disputes, crises, and mental problems by using psychological methods and techniques adapted to the context and situation of problems in work, family, and society.

C. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

  • PLO5: Adapt and communicate with the people around you successfully and effectively, such as community work in the victim counseling and treatment process, with teamwork, working, and communication within the framework National and international.
  • PLO6: Develop yourself to be a leader with high responsibility, independence, self-confidence, high optimism, and especially high ethics in the work of the team and the organization as a whole.

D. Numerical Skills, Information Technology, and Communication

  • PLO7: Prepare reports, documents, statistics, and data of various works, especially scientific research, effective and clear.
  • PLO8: Use social media, information technology, and especially French in research, career, and social communication with high quality and efficiency.

E. Psychomotor Skills

  • PLO9: Professional testing and assessment of psychological conditions, IQ Test, Personality Test and Diagnostic etc.

3. Job opportunities

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, graduates can get a variety of job opportunities in the following fields:

1. Education Sector:

  • Teacher in Psychology, Psycho-Pedagogy Teacher
  • Lecturer or Higher Education (Master or PhD) Exam
  • School Psychologist or School Counselor:
    • Primary, secondary, high school, and university
    • Promoting education
    • Psychological support (family crisis, study, relationships)
    • Career counselor for Information and Orientation on study and career, etc.

2. Health Sector:

  • Counselors or psychologists in psychiatric services, hospitals, or private clinics such as:
    • General Psychiatry (Depression, Anxiety Disorders, etc.)
    • Chronic diseases (AIDS, diabetes, hypertension, liver disease)
    • Gynecology and maternity (crisis, death, or birth defect)
    • Surgery, patients undergoing surgery and other disabilities, etc.

3. Social sector and NGOs:

  • Psychologist or counselor and social worker on various issues such as:
    • Domestic violence issues
    • Abuse issues (physical and mental)
    • Sex trafficking
    • Human trafficking
    • Drug problems
    • Orphans and the elderly
    • People with disabilities (physical, mental and emotional)
    • Crisis from attacks or thefts
    • Victims of disasters, etc.

4. Employment and institutions

  • Recruitment Interviewer
  • Manager (Management Psychology)
  • Mediator (labor or institutional conflict)
  • Institutional analyst, etc.

5. Legal and prison sector

  • Psychological counselor to provide psychological support with:
    • Victims
    • Prison inmates
    • Wholes are in a rehabilitation center, etc.

6. Other sectors

  • Protect women in the field of women’s affairs
  • Community education and facilitation in community development
  • Communication and coordination in marketing and employment
  • Behaviors Changes and attitudes towards the environment, etc.

4. Curriculum Structure

CodeSubjectCreditHourOther
Semester 1Semester 2
Year I
FSCD.PS/CCK.A3-B11Culture et Civilisation du Cambodge345 
FSCD.PS/PI.M3-B11Computer Application345 
FSCD.PS/PG1.S2-B11Psychologie Générale I : Clinique et développement345 
FSCD.PS/IE.S3-B11Introduction à l’économie345 
FSCD.PS/LA1.F3-B11Langue anglais I345 
FSCD.PS/LF1.F3-B11Langue française I345 
FSCD.PS/PH.S3-B12Philosophie345 
FSCD.PS/AP.S3-B12Administration publique345 
FSCD.PS/PG2.S2-B12Psychologie Générale II : Cognitive et Sociale345 
FSCD.PS/BS.M3-B12Base de la statistique345 
FSCD.PS/BS.M3-B12Langue anglais II345 
FSCD.PS/BS.M3-B12Langue française II345 
Total Credits36540 
Year II
FSCD.PS/PD1.S2-B21Psychologie du développement 1345 
FSCD.PS/PCP1.S2-B21Psychologie Clinique et psychopathologie I345 
FSCD.PS/PC1.S2-B21Psychologie cognitive I345 
FSCD.PS/PCC.S4-B21Psychologie culturelle dans contexte khmère345 
FSCD.PS/LF3.F3-B21Langue Française III345 
FSCD.PS/TP1.S2-B21 Terminologie en psychologie I345 
FSCD.PS/PS1.S2-B22Psychologie sociale I345 
FSCD.PS/PCC.S4-B22Psychologie de la communauté du Cambodge345 
FSCD.PS/PN1.S2-B22Psychophysiology-neuroscience I345 
FSCD.PS/MRP1.S2-B22Méthodologie de la Recherche en Psychologie I345 
FSCD.PS/LF4.F3-B22Langue Française IV345 
 Stage court290 
Total Credits34570 
Year III
FSCD.PS/PC2.S1-B31Psychologie cognitive II345 
FSCD.PS/PS2.S1-B31Psychologie sociale II345 
FSCD.PS/PIC1.S4-B31Psychologie interculturelle I : fondamentaux théoriques345 
FSCD.PS/EP1.S2-B31L’évaluation en psychologie I345 
FSCD.PS/LF5.F3-B31Langue française VHousing, Community and Economic Development345 
FSCD.PS/TP2.S2-B31Terminologie en psychologie II345 
FSCD.PS/PD2.S1-B32Psychologie du développement II345 
FSCD.PS/PCP2.S1-B32 Psychologie clinique et psychopathologie II345 
FSCD.PS/PS2.S1-B32Psychophysiologie-neuroscience II345 
FSCD.PS/PTO1.S4-B32Psychologie du travail des organisations I345 
FSCD.PS/LF6.F3-B32Langue française VI345 
FSCD.PS/EP.S4-B32Éthique professionnelle115 
 Stage court3135 
Total Credits36630 
Year IV
FSCD.PS/MRP1.S2-B22Méthodologie de la Recherche en Psychologie II345 
FSCD.PS/EP2.S1-B41Evaluation en psychologie IIEvaluation of Community Projects and Programs345 
FSCD.PS/PIC2.S4-B41Psychologie interculturelle II : problématiques, modélisations, outils345 
FSCD.PS/PE.S4-B41Psychologie de l’environnement345 
FSCD.PS/PGP.S4-B41Apport de la Paix et genre à la psychologie230 
FSCD.PS/LF7.F3-B41Langue française VII345 
FSCD.PS/PTO2.S4-B42 travail des organisations II345 
FSCD.PS/PCP3.S1-B42 Psychologie Clinique et psychopathologie III345 
FSCD.PS/PD3.S1-B42Psychologie du développement III345 
 Mémoire9 
Total Credits35390 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Agriculture and Food Processing

No Course Duration
14 Bachelor of Science in Horticulture 4 years
15 Bachelor of Science in Animal Science 4 years
16 Bachelor of Science in Food Processing 4 years
17 Bachelor of Science in Agroecology 4 years
18 Bachelor of Science in Aquaculture Technology 4 years

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Faculty of Agriculture and Food Processing

Department of Agriculture

Bachelor Science of in Horticulture

 

1. Purpose of Bachelor Science of in Horticulture

  • Train students to have the ability and understanding of cultivation techniques in various conditions
  • Strengthen and expand the potential of students in the work environment of the 21st century
  • Develop students’ ability to become entrepreneurs in related fields and cultivation
  • Skills in managing specific crop production systems and general management on the farm

2. Course Learning Outcomes of Bachelor Science of Horticulture

  • Practical knowledge and skills in the production of horticultural crops, including fruits, vegetables, ornamental plants, and specialty crops, utilizing sustainable and environmentally friendly practices.
  • Understand soil properties, fertility, and management practices essential for successful horticultural crop production, including soil testing, nutrient management, irrigation, drainage, and soil conservation techniques.
  • Acquire proficiency in plant propagation techniques, including seed propagation, vegetative propagation, and tissue culture, and gain knowledge of nursery management practices for producing high-quality planting materials.
  • Learn principles of landscape design, installation, and maintenance, including site analysis, plant selection, hardscape elements, and sustainable landscaping practices to create functional and aesthetically pleasing outdoor spaces.
  • Understand greenhouse structures, environmental control systems, and production techniques for greenhouse crops, including hydroponics, aeroponics, and other controlled environment agriculture methods.
  • Learn about the postharvest physiology of horticultural crops, including ripening, senescence, and quality deterioration, and gain knowledge of postharvest handling, storage, and processing technologies to maintain product quality and extend shelf life.
  • Develop skills in experimental design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation relevant to horticultural research, and apply scientific methods to address research questions and solve practical problems in horticulture.

3. Job Opportunities

  • Technician in agriculture techniques for private companies
  • Farm Manager
  • Researcher
  • Project Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Soil Scientist
  • Project Coordinator
  • Botanist
  • Urban Farmer
  • Horticultural Educator
  • Floriculturist
  • Landscape Designer
  • Field technician of projects etc.

4. Course Curriculum of Bachelor Science of Horticulture

CodeSubjectNumber of CreditsNumber of HoursOthers
First SemesterSecond Semester
Foundation Year
FAFP.HC/KLC.A1-B11Khmer Language for Communication345 
FAFP.HC/HCV.A1-B11Humanity and Civilization345 
FAFP.HC/APB.M1-B11Applied Biology345 
FAFP.HC/FDE.F1-B11Foundation English345 
FAFP.HC/GCH.M1-B11General Chemistry345 
FAFP.HC/IMB.M1-B11Introduction to Microbiology345 
FAFP.HC/AMM.M1-B12Applied Mathematics230 
FAFP.HC/BCH.M1-B12Biochemistry345 
FAFP.HC/LSM.M2-B12Logistics and Supply Chain Management345 
FAFP.HC/IHC.M1-B12Introduction to Horticulture345 
FAFP.HC/AAE.M4-B12Agribusiness and Entrepreneur345 
FAFP.HC/SAA.M1-B12Sustainable Agriculture Application345 
Total number of credits33525 
Year II
FAFP.HC/SFP.M3-B21Small Fruit Production345 
FAFP.HC/SMR.M1-B21Statistical Method for Horticultural Research345 
FAFP.HC/BTN.M1-B21Botany345 
FAFP.HC/ASS.M1-B21Applied Soil Science345 
FAFP.HC/EFS.F1-B21English for Science345 
FAFP.HC/RME.M1-B22Research Methodology: Experimental Design345 
FAFP.HC/PPN.M1-B22Plant Physiology and Nutrition345 
FAFP.HC/APE.M3-B22Applied Entomology345 
FAFP.HC/PHL.M3-B22Plant Health345 
FAFP.HC/EFC.F1-B22English for career345 
Total number of credits30450 
3rd year
FAFP.HC/OPP.M3-B31Ornamental Plant Production Systems345 
FAFP.HC/FMN.M4-B31Farm Management345 
FAFP.HC/LPD.M3-B31Landscape Planting Design345 
FAFP.HC/PBB.M3-B31Plant Breeding and Biotechnology345 
FAFP.HC/HCP.M3-B31Horticultural Crop Protection345 
 Internship3   
FAFP.HC/PTH.M2-B32Postharvest Technology for Horticultural Crops345 
FAFP.HC/SWC.M1-B32Scientific writing and communication skills345 
FAFP.HC/PTC.M3-B32Plant Tissue culture345 
FAFP.HC/WMN.M3-B32Weed Management345 
FAFP.HC/TFP.M3-B32Tree Fruit Production345 
Total number of credits33450 
4th year
FAFP.HC/NGM.M2-B41Nursery and Greenhouse Management345 
FAFP.HC/PDM.M4-B41Project Development and Management345 
FAFP.HC/SLC.M3-B41Soilless Culture: Hydroponics and Aquaponics345 
FAFP.HC/AEA.M4-B41Agroecosystem Analysis345 
FAFP.HC/SEM.M3-B41Seminar115 
Thesis8 
Total number of credits21195 

Note:

* 1 credit equals 15 hours.

* Total of Year 1, Year 2
3rd and 4th year
There are a total of 124 credits.

Faculty of Agriculture and Food Processing