Social Sciences

The courses offered by the College of Social Sciences aim to train students to think independently, critically, systematically and creatively. By encouraging them to develop an analytical approach, the different courses to provide students with the opportunity to analyze and assess human behavior in its socio-cultural contexts relevant to history, space and time. In this way, they will better appreciate the diversity of the world and the complexity of the human condition; and have a better understanding of human existence focused on respect, tolerance, and morality.
In addition, we hope to inspire students by engaging them in empirical and qualitative research as a tool for explaining social phenomena, In this way, their research findings will be of benefit for policy development purposes in the renaissance of Cambodia. Related to this is the aim of developing the students’ ability to analyze critically the foundations upon which cultural dimensions are built, and to communicate their ideas effectively.

1.    DEGREE OFFERINGS
Students in the College of Social Sciences can do a Bachelor of Arts degree in one of the following subjects:

  • Development Studies
  • International Relations
  • Political Science
  • Public Administration
  • Public Policy


2. ADMISSION AND DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
In order to be admitted to study for a Bachelor’s degree, an applicant must have a high school diploma or an equivalent; and take and pass the University of Cambodia Undergraduate Entrance Examination (under the auspices of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport) and the University of Cambodia English Placement Exam.
New students must spend their first year fulfilling the Foundation Year Program’s requirements, as specified by the Accreditation Committee of Cambodia: this comprises eight General Education courses and two oriented subjects related to the student’s major: POL101 (Introduction to Political Science) and PST102 (Human Rights and Global Justice). A student must pass the Foundation Year in order to proceed into the second year programme.
In addition to the Foundation Year and other General Education requirements set by the University of Cambodia, Bachelor’s degree candidates in the College of Social Sciences are required to take a minimum of a further 48 credit hours (the equivalent of sixteen courses) in their respective major. Of the other eleven elective courses (33 credits) which the student must take, up to a maximum of six courses (18 credits) can be from within the same College..

3. DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
As noted by the Asian Development Bank (2005: "Country Strategy and Program, 2005–2009", Kingdom of Cambodia) and others, Cambodia’s economy is based on the remaining (but remorselessly dwindling) natural and socio-cultural assets; and it must continue to be so, in the near future. In particular, two main sets of assets have been identified.
1)    Agriculture, fisheries and forestry are a major source of revenue: the sustainable development of  these income-generators, rather than their short-sighted exploitation, constitutes a major aspiration of the 2004–2008 Cambodia Rectangular Strategy
2)    The tourist industry is another major source of foreign income; whilst this is mainly related to the country’s pre-colonial archaeological heritage, eco-tourism represents a potential new growth area in other regions of the country (reflected by proposals regarding the need for conservation in the 2004–2008 Cambodia Rectangular Strategy).
However, Cambodia faces many problems. In common with the rest of the world, there is the fact of increasing environmental degradation, as a result of pollution and other forms of ecological mismanagement. This is accentuated because of poverty and a lack of proper, enforceable legislation with regard to the long-sighted control of waste-disposal, mining and the exploitation of other resources.
The Development Studies program focuses on an interdisciplinary approach in international development as applied to developing countries and emerging economies, with a special focus on the Asia-Pacific region. The interdisciplinary approach to our program includes insights from Anthropology, Economics, Sociology, Political Science, and the Environment. Thus, the syllabus provides students with the opportunity to study issues in depth, taking into account a variety of perspectives.
Apart from fulfilling the Foundation Year and General Education requirements, students doing a Bachelor’s degree in Development Studies must take ten other major core courses (30 credits), along with six major elective courses (18 credits). Of the remaining eleven elective courses (33 credits) which the student must take, up to a maximum of six courses (18 credits) can be from within the same College

Year 1 (Foundation Year)
Major Core ('Oriented') Courses


POL101: Introduction to Political Science
PST102: Human Rights and Global Justice    
General Education Courses   
ENG101: College English*
ENG102: English Composition*
HIS101: Cambodian History*
ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing and Information*
KHM140: Cambodian Culture*
LAW101: Introduction to Law*
MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*
POL101: Introduction to Political Science*   

Year 2   
Major Core Courses   

ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology
DEV102: Understanding Development
ECN201: Principles of Economics
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology*
SOC103: Survey of Contemporary Cambodian Society   
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:
ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology*
ENG107: The Written Language
ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors
GEO101: World Geography*
INT103: Globalisation and International Affairs*
At least one of:
COM101: Interpersonal Communication*
COM102: Essentials of Public Speaking*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management
EDC206: Introduction to Community Health Education
EDC208: Syllabus and Instructional Material Design
ENG209: Spoken English
FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management
LAW103: Civil Law
LAW105: Contract Law
LAW206: Family Law
MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
ORG201: Organizational Behavior

Year 3   
Major Core Courses   

DEV201: Environment and Development
POL303: Political Leadership
PUB201: Introduction to Theories of Public Policy
PUB303: Ethics and Values in Policy-Making
WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:
At least one of:
GSC101: General Science I*
PHL104: Critical Reasoning*
At least one of:
GSC102: General Science II*
RES301: Research Methodology*
At least two of:
PHL101: Introduction to Philosophy*
PHL105: Moral Philosophy*
RLG101: Introduction to Religion*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS202: Information Systems in Business
BUS304: Leadership Skills
EAD305: Educational Policy and Implementation
EAD307: Educational Management
EAD309: Classroom Management and Supervision
EDC205: Models and Theories of Instruction
EDC301: Testing and Evaluation
ENG218:  Writing for Academic Purposes
ENG219  Business Communication
HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management
LAW208: Criminal Law
PSY206: Developmental Psychology

Year 4   
Major Elective Courses   

Do one of:
DEV301: Globalisation and Economic Development
DEV424: Aid and Development Projects
Do one of:
DEV425: Development Economics
ECN302: Economics of Developing Areas
Do one of:
POL414: Politics and Development
POL416: Public Policy and Politics
Do one of:
DEV306: Development and the State
DEV425: Rural and Urban Development
POL415: Decentralization and Local Governance
PUB404: Educational Policies and Their Implementation
Do one of:
DEV304: Development Management
BUS305: Fundamentals of Project Management
Do one of:
INT312: Geopolitics of Resources
INT313: International Institutions and World Governance
LAW302: International Relations and Institutions
Other Elective Courses
Do three (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
EAD309: Classroom Management and supervision
EAD402: School finance and resource Management
EAD404: Educational Facilities and Material Design
ECN302: Economics of Developing Areas
ECN411: Globalization and the World Economy
EDC406: Curriculum Planning and Change
EDC308: Child-Friendly Education
EDC401: Educational Law and Implementation
EDC402: Non-Formal Education
ENG320: Presentation ENG320: Presentation Skills and Public Speaking
ENG315: English for Tourism
ENG316: English for Management
HRM301: Supervision and Labor Relations
HRM304: Training and Development
HRM403: Ethics and Values in Human Resources
HTM300: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management
HTM307: Hospitality and Tourist Consumer Behavior
IBS302: Introduction to International Business
IBS402: Managing Cultural Diversity
INT302: Cambodian Foreign Policy 
LAW315: International Trade Law and Policy
LAW418: Private International Law
LAW420: Human Rights Law
MKT300: Consumer Behavior
MKT402: Customer Relationship Management
POL306: Media and Politics
PUB311: Public Personnel Administration
PUB405: Health Policy and Planning

5. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
As civilization evolves, the relationships between countries are becoming ever more complex. This is especially so with the rapid globalization which is taking place as a result of faster and increasingly sophisticated communication systems. The situation is further complicated by a return to religious fundamentalism in many parts of the world.
The International Relations program is designed to provide students with an understanding of how nations interact with each other. This is with particular reference to Cambodia's present situation as one nation in the world at large; how this has been affected by the past; and the possible implications for the future.
Apart from fulfilling the Foundation Year and General Education requirements, students doing a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations must take ten other major core courses (30 credits), along with six major elective courses (18 credits). Of the remaining eleven elective courses (33 credits) which the student must take, up to a maximum of six courses (18 credits) can be from within the same College

Year 1 (Foundation Year)
Major Core ('Oriented') Courses


POL101: Introduction to Political Science
PST102: Human Rights and Global Justice    
General Education Courses   
ENG101: College English*
ENG102: English Composition*
HIS101: Cambodian History*
ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing and Information*
KHM140: Cambodian Culture*
LAW101: Introduction to Law*
MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*
POL101: Introduction to Political Science*   

Year 2   
Major Core Courses   


ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology
DEV102: Understanding Development
ECN201: Principles of Economics
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology*
SOC103: Survey of Contemporary Cambodian Society   
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:
ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology*
ENG107: The Written Language
ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors
GEO101: World Geography*
INT103: Globalisation and International Affairs*
At least one of:
COM101: Interpersonal Communication*
COM102: Essentials of Public Speaking*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management
EDC206: Introduction to Community Health Education
EDC208: Syllabus and Instructional Material Design
ENG209: Spoken English
FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management
LAW103: Civil Law
LAW105: Contract Law
LAW206: Family Law
MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
ORG201: Organizational Behavior
 
Year 3   
Major Core Courses   


DEV201: Environment and Development
POL303: Political Leadership
PUB201: Introduction to Theories of Public Policy
PUB303: Ethics and Values in Policy-Making
WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:
At least one of:
GSC101: General Science I*
PHL104: Critical Reasoning*
At least one of:
GSC102: General Science II*
RES301: Research Methodology*
At least two of:
PHL101: Introduction to Philosophy*
PHL105: Moral Philosophy*
RLG101: Introduction to Religion*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS202: Information Systems in Business
BUS304: Leadership Skills
EAD305: Educational Policy and Implementation
EAD307: Educational Management
EAD309: Classroom Management and Supervision
EDC205: Models and Theories of Instruction
EDC301: Testing and Evaluation
ENG218:  Writing for Academic Purposes
ENG219  Business Communication
HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management
LAW208: Criminal Law
PSY206: Developmental Psychology

Year 4   
Major Elective Courses   


INT302: Cambodian Foreign Policy 
POL306: Media and Politics
Do one of:
DEV301: Globalisation and Economic Development
DEV424: Aid and Development Projects
Do one of:
INT312: Geopolitics of Resources
INT313: International Institutions and World Governance
LAW302: International Relations and Institutions
Do one of:
INT301: International Politics and Security
POL311: Introduction to East Asian Politics
POL312: Introduction to American Politics
PST301: Conflict Transformation and Resolution

Do one of:
INT314: International Law
INT401: Special Topics in International Relations
LAW403: Diplomatic Law
Other Elective Courses
Do three (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
DEV304: Development Management
EDC403: Gender Equity and Education
EDC407: Development and Education
ENG320: Presentation Skills and Public Speaking
HRM302: Managing Human Resources
HRM303: Recruitment and Selection
HRM304: Training and Development
HRM403: Ethics and Values in Human Resources
IBS304 (= ECN410): International Trade
IBS401: International Trade Operations
IBS402: Managing Cultural Diversity
IBS403: International Business Operations and Strategy
LAW420: Human Rights Law
MKT300: Consumer Behavior
MKT306: Public Relations
MKT401: International Marketing
MKT404: Marketing Management
POL414: Politics and Development
POL416: Public Policy and Politics

6. POLITICAL SCIENCE
The Political Science program is designed to provide students with an understanding of politics, its processes, theories, and institutions. It is also designed to give students a basic knowledge for various careers in Political Science such as becoming certified as teachers and/or gaining employment with the government or private sector.
Apart from fulfilling the Foundation Year and General Education requirements, students doing a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science must take ten other major core courses (30 credits), along with six major elective courses (18 credits). Of the remaining eleven elective courses (33 credits) which the student must take, up to a maximum of six courses (18 credits) can be from within the same College

Year 1 (Foundation Year)

Major Core ('Oriented') Courses
POL101: Introduction to Political Science
PST102: Human Rights and Global Justice    
General Education Courses   
ENG101: College English*
ENG102: English Composition*
HIS101: Cambodian History*
ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing and Information*
KHM140: Cambodian Culture*
LAW101: Introduction to Law*
MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*
POL101: Introduction to Political Science*   

Year 2   
Major Core Courses   


ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology
DEV102: Understanding Development
ECN201: Principles of Economics
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology*
SOC103: Survey of Contemporary Cambodian Society   
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:
ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology*
ENG107: The Written Language
ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors
GEO101: World Geography*
INT103: Globalisation and International Affairs*

At least one of:
COM101: Interpersonal Communication*
COM102: Essentials of Public Speaking*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management
EDC206: Introduction to Community Health Education
EDC208: Syllabus and Instructional Material Design
ENG209: Spoken English
FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management
LAW103: Civil Law
LAW105: Contract Law
LAW206: Family Law
MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
ORG201: Organizational Behavior

Year 3   
Major Core Courses   

DEV201: Environment and Development
POL303: Political Leadership
PUB201: Introduction to Theories of Public Policy
PUB303: Ethics and Values in Policy-Making
WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:

At least one of:
GSC101: General Science I*
PHL104: Critical Reasoning*
At least one of:
GSC102: General Science II*
RES301: Research Methodology*

At least two of:
PHL101: Introduction to Philosophy*
PHL105: Moral Philosophy*
RLG101: Introduction to Religion*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS202: Information Systems in Business
BUS304: Leadership Skills
EAD305: Educational Policy and Implementation
EAD307: Educational Management
EAD309: Classroom Management and Supervision
EDC205: Models and Theories of Instruction
EDC301: Testing and Evaluation
ENG218:  Writing for Academic Purposes
ENG219  Business Communication
HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management
LAW208: Criminal Law
PSY206: Developmental Psychology

Year 4   
Major Elective Courses   


POL306: Media and Politics
Do one of:
DEV425: Development Economics
ECN302: Economics of Developing Areas
Do one of:
POL414: Politics and Development
POL416: Public Policy and Politics

Do one of:
DEV306: Development and the State
DEV425: Rural and Urban Development
POL415: Decentralization and Local Governance
PUB404: Educational Policies and Their Implementation

Do one of:
INT312: Geopolitics of Resources
INT313: International Institutions and World Governance
LAW302: International Relations and Institutions

Do one of:
INT302: Cambodian Foreign Policy 
PUB312: Management of Public Finance   

Other Elective Courses
Do three (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
DEV301: Globalisation and Economic Development
DEV424: Aid and Development Projects
EAD405: School marketing and Community
EDC308: Child-Friendly Education
EDC407: Development and Education
ENG320: Presentation Skills and Public Speaking
HRM302: Managing Human Resources
HRM304: Training and Development
HRM403: Ethics and Values in Human Resources
IBS304 (= ECN410): International Trade
LAW420: Human Rights Law

7. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
The Public Administration program aims to provide students with an understanding of theory and practice of management in the public sector; and thus to prepare students to take responsible positions in governmental organizations. 
Reflecting the common underlying principles for efficient organisation and management, students doing a major in Public Administration attend the same core courses as those doing majors in the College of Management (this also maximises the graduate's flexibility when it comes to developing their careers). Thereafter, they can choose from a number of courses designed to give them insights into the particular problems associated with the routine running of the public sector and the rational implementation of policies.
Apart from fulfilling the Foundation Year and General Education requirements, students doing a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration must take ten other major core courses (30 credits), along with six major elective courses (18 credits). Of the remaining eleven elective courses (33 credits) which the student must take, up to a maximum of six courses (18 credits) can be from within the same College major elective.

Year 1 (Foundation Year)
Major Core ('Oriented') Courses

ACC101: Principles of Accounting
BUS101: Introduction to Business
General Education Courses   
ENG101: College English*
ENG102: English Composition*
HIS101: Cambodian History*
ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing and Information*
KHM140: Cambodian Culture*
LAW101: Introduction to Law*
MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*
POL101: Introduction to Political Science*   

Year 2   
Major Core Courses   


BUS201: Principles of Management
ECN201: Principles of Economics
FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management
MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
ORG201: Organizational Behavior   
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:
ENG107: The Written Language
ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors
GEO101: World Geography*
INT103: Globalisation and International Affairs*

At least one of:
COM101: Interpersonal Communication*
COM102: Essentials of Public Speaking*
At least one of:
ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology*
PSY101: Introduction to Psychology*
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
DEV102: Understanding Development
EDC101: Principles of Education
ENG209: Spoken English
ITE102: Introduction to Computer Programming C++
LAW102: Constitutional Law
LAW104: Labor Law        
LAW105: Contract Law
MTH110: College Algebra
PST102: Human Rights and Global Justice
SOC103: Survey of Contemporary Cambodian Society

Year 3   
Major Core Courses  
 
BUS202: Information Systems in Business
BUS203: Business Law and Policy
BUS304: Leadership Skills
ENG219: Business Communication
HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:

At least one of:
GSC101: General Science I*
PHL104: Critical Reasoning*

At least one of:
GSC102: General Science II*
RES301: Research Methodology*

At least two of:
PHL101: Introduction to Philosophy*
PHL105: Moral Philosophy*
RLG101: Introduction to Religion*
WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
DEV321: Development and the Environment
EAD305: Educational Policy and Implementation
EAD306: Instructional Leadership
EDC205: Models and Theories of Instruction
ENG218:  Writing for Academic Purposes
LAW430: International Institutions and Global Governance
MTH112: Calculus I
POL303: Political Leadership
PUB201: Introduction to Theories of Public Policy
PUB303: Ethics and Values in Policy-Making

Year 4   
Major Elective Courses   

PUB403: Survey of Cambodian Public Policy

Do one of:
FIN420: Public Financial Management
PUB312: Management of Public Finances

Do one of:
PAD303: Problems in Public Administration
PUB311: Public Personnel Administration

Do one of:
BUS305: Fundamentals of Project Management
PAD401: Public Project Management

Do one of:
DEV306: Development and the State
DEV425: Rural and Urban Development
POL415: Decentralization and Local Governance
PUB404: Educational Policies and Their Implementation    

Other Elective Courses
Do four (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS303: Production and Operations Management
BUS401: Small Business Management
DEV301: Globalisation and Economic Development
DEV424: Aid and Development Projects
EAD308: Library Management and Technology in Education
EAD402: School finance and resource Management
EAD406: Secondary Education Issues and Problem
ECN305: History of Economic Thought
ECU407: Curriculum policy and implementation
EDC307: Multiculture in Educational Teaching
EDC308: Child-Friendly Education
EDC401: Educational Law and Implementation
EDC402: Non-Formal Education
ENG320: Presentation ENG320: Presentation Skills and Public Speaking
ENG320: Presentation ENG320: Presentation Skills and Public Speaking
ENG315: English for Tourism
ENG316: English for Management
HRM304: Training and Development
HRM403: Ethics and Values in Human Resources
INT313: International Institutions and World Governance
LAW302: International Relations and Institutions
LAW309: Administrative Law
LAW412: Advanced Administrative Law
LAW419: Public Function Law
LAW420: Human Rights Law
MKT300: Consumer Behavior
POL306: Media and Politics
PUB311: Public Personnel Administration
PUB405: Health Policy and Planning

8. PUBLIC POLICY
The Department of Public Policy at the University of Cambodia offers undergraduate training in the understanding of governmental processes (including quantitative and analytical skills), public administration, public planning and analysis. Our program offers an interdisciplinary approach (Development Studies, Economics, Political Science, and Sociology) providing students with the knowledge, skills, and experience required for policy-making and managerial careers in the government, development organizations, and public and private sector.
Apart from fulfilling the Foundation Year and General Education requirements, students doing a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy must take ten other major core courses (30 credits), along with six major elective courses (18 credits). Of the remaining eleven elective courses (33 credits) which the student must take, up to a maximum of six courses (18 credits) can be from within the same College.

Year 1 (Foundation Year)
Major Core ('Oriented') Courses


POL101: Introduction to Political Science
PST102: Human Rights and Global Justice    
General Education Courses   
ENG101: College English*
ENG102: English Composition*
HIS101: Cambodian History*
ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing and Information*
KHM140: Cambodian Culture*
LAW101: Introduction to Law*
MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*
POL101: Introduction to Political Science*   

Year 2   
Major Core Courses
   
ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology
DEV102: Understanding Development
ECN201: Principles of Economics
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology*
SOC103: Survey of Contemporary Cambodian Society   

General Education and Other Elective Courses

Do eight courses including:
ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology*
ENG107: The Written Language
ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors
GEO101: World Geography*
INT103: Globalisation and International Affairs*

At least one of:
COM101: Interpersonal Communication*
COM102: Essentials of Public Speaking*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management
EDC206: Introduction to Community Health Education
EDC208: Syllabus and Instructional Material Design
ENG209: Spoken English
FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management
LAW103: Civil Law
LAW105: Contract Law
LAW206: Family Law
MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
ORG201: Organizational Behavior

Year 3   
Major Core Courses 
  
DEV201: Environment and Development
POL303: Political Leadership
PUB201: Introduction to Theories of Public Policy
PUB303: Ethics and Values in Policy-Making
WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:

At least one of:
GSC101: General Science I*
PHL104: Critical Reasoning*
At least one of:
GSC102: General Science II*
RES301: Research Methodology*

At least two of:
PHL101: Introduction to Philosophy*
PHL105: Moral Philosophy*
RLG101: Introduction to Religion*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS202: Information Systems in Business
BUS304: Leadership Skills
EAD305: Educational Policy and Implementation
EAD307: Educational Management
EAD309: Classroom Management and Supervision
EDC205: Models and Theories of Instruction
EDC301: Testing and Evaluation
ENG218:  Writing for Academic Purposes
ENG219  Business Communication
HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management
LAW208: Criminal Law
PSY206: Developmental Psychology

Year 4   
Major Elective Courses   

POL306: Media and Politics
PUB312: Management of Public Finance

Do one of:
DEV425: Development Economics
ECN302: Economics of Developing Areas

Do one of:
POL414: Politics and Development
POL416: Public Policy and Politics

Do one of:
DEV306: Development and the State
DEV425: Rural and Urban Development
POL415: Decentralization and Local Governance
PUB404: Educational Policies and Their Implementation

Do one of:
PUB311: Public Personnel Administration
PUB403: Survey of Cambodian Public Policy
PUB405: Health Policy and Planning
   
Other Elective Courses
Do three (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
BUS305: Fundamentals of Project Management
DEV304: Development Management
EAD308: Library Management and Technology in Education
EAD401: Education and Social Change
EAD402: School finance and resource Management
EAD405: School marketing and Community
EAD406: Secondary Education Issues and Problem
ECN404: Urban Economics
ECN410: International Trade
ECN411: Globalization and the World Economy
EDC308: Child-Friendly Education
EDC407: Development and Education
ENG320: Presentation Skills and Public Speaking
ENG315: English for Tourism
HRM302: Managing Human Resources
HRM304: Training and Development
HRM305: Occupational Health and Safety
INT312: Geopolitics of Resources
INT313: International Institutions and World Governance
LAW302: International Relations and Institutions
LAW309: Administrative Law
LAW420: Human Rights Law
MKT300: Consumer Behavior
MKT306: Public Relations
 

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