Students who want to further their education and prepare for a career will often pursue a Bachelor of Arts (BA). Programs can be found at schools all over the world and are usually earned in around four years.
A mostly flat and forested land, Cambodia is a small, compact country. Most Cambodians consider themselves to be Khmers, descendants of the Angkor Empire that extended over much of Southeast Asia and reached its zenith between the 10th and 13th centuries.
The Bachelor of Arts in Law (B.A., Law) program prepares graduates for success in careers in private firms, legal departments, NGOs, IGOs or government. Students enrolled
Law is a demanding career in which the ability to analyze information and provide solutions to clients is essential to success. The Law Program at A.U.P.P. is grounded in critical thinking, professional skills and ethics, and provides a wide range of course options. The program includes courses in civil and criminal law and the program includes specific courses on Cambodian, ASEAN and International Law.
The Bachelor of Arts in Law (B.A., Law) program prepares graduates for success in careers in private firms, legal departments, NGOs, IGOs or government. Students enrolled in the B.A., Law program are expected to develop core competencies in the areas of knowledge, analysis, cultural sensitivity, and professionalism....
The Global Affairs program provides students an understanding of current challenges in the ASEAN region and around the world.
The mission of the program is to prepare students for global leadership and service and to train the next generation of policy leaders to tackle the complex issues of a globalized world. It is intended for individuals who want to be policymakers at the national, regional, and local government agencies, international organizations, non-governmental organizations and multi-national corporations.
The Global Affairs program provides students an understanding of current challenges in the ASEAN region and around the world. The program provides an opportunity to study crucial contemporary issues--conflict among and within nations, democratization, economic and political globalization, regional conflicts and the emerging importance of non-state actors; as well as analysis of foreign and economic policymaking and security issues in the region and on a global scale....