The Business Administration program prepares students to work in Cambodia, the surrounding Southeast Asia region, and beyond. Students gain an understanding of economic concepts and mathematical relationships, as well as analytical and communications skills to succeed in a variety of industries and operations.
The Civil Engineering program prepares students to apply scientific and mathematical principles to engineering design and construction. Courses include physics, chemistry, geology, and hydrology—and practical sciences such as surveying and computer graphics. Students receive specific instruction across a range of Civil Engineering practices, including structural and geotechnical engineering (buildings and their foundations), transport engineering (roads, airports, bridges), water resources engineering (dams, rivers, urban water systems), and construction engineering management (cost estimation, scheduling).
The dual bachelor’s degrees in Law from Arizona and AUPP offer rigorous training for high-performing undergraduates. The program includes specific courses on Cambodian, Southeast Asian, and U.S. law. Students receive instruction in civil and criminal procedure—and take courses in evidence, legal research, and lawyering skills. Elective courses and specialized internships allow students to focus on areas of potential interest.
As the leading academic center of excellence in Cambodia, the American University of Phnom Penh is the only university in the country to provide internationally-recognized U.S. dual degree programs. AUPP celebrated the opening of its state-of-the-art campus in 2017, capable of accommodating up to 4,000 students. Students enjoy beautiful grounds, advanced technology, and access to a vibrant culture with many clubs and activities.LEARN MORE
Admissions requirements vary by degree program, and students must meet the criteria of both institutions. For specific admissions details, please visit the AUPP website.