UC Undergraduate Studies Catalog 2019-2023

Section XI

Business Programs

 

The Tony Fernandes School of Business (formerly known as the College of Management) was established in 2003 and has consistently been one of the largest schools in The University of Cambodia. In its more than ten years of developing the capacity of each student, many reputable private local and international companies have employed our students and given very encouraging, most positive feedback about their caliber. This reflects the fact that our output has been trained with a well-balanced curriculum that contributes to their robust soft and hard skills: employers have been very enthusiastic about our studentsí diverse skills and their dynamic behavior. Achieving the latter has been augmented by linkages to the private and public sectors, in order to give our students exposure to experiences outside the classroom, for them to better grasp the realities of life.

Arising out of this, the Tony Fernandes School of Business has a threefold mission:

1.      to educate and train high-quality individuals to become ethical leaders and entrepreneurs;

2.      to act as a focal point for developing the capacity, creativity, innovative mindset and adaptability to the fast-changing technology of Cambodiaís human resources; and

3.      to conduct relevant and critical research so as to advance knowledge, by using strong conceptual foundations to identify and solve management problems focusing on national, regional, and global issues.

Two-thirds of all Bachelorís courses taken are common for all students of the School. They involve introductory courses in various disciplines, designed to provide the necessary background for further in-depth study in one of the programs offered by the Tony Fernandes School of Business. They also aim to encourage the development of basic analytical, quantitative and computing skills. By the end of these, students will have developed a broad understanding of basic business principles, and so will be better able to make an informed choice regarding an area of specialization that suits their interests and career objectives.

The remainder of each program provides an in-depth study of a particular area of concentration, to compliment the studentís breadth of knowledge across all functional areas of a business enterprise.

Each Associateís and Bachelorís program also aspires to prepare our students to explore the field of business, its functions, developments and innovations, strategies and policies, as well as communications, management and leadership in a global facet in order to better develop their own futures but those of their compatriots and thus Cambodia as a nation.

ō  Note that Associateís Degree programs run currently in the Khmer track but there are plans to also offer them on the International track if there is sufficient demand (see Section V.3).

The Tony Fernandes School of Business currently offers the following undergraduate degree programs:

         Accounting (AA, BA)

         Business Management (BA)

         Economics (AA, BA)

         Finance (AA)

         Finance and Banking (BA)

         Hospitality and Tourism Management (AA, BA)

         Human Resource Management (AA, BA)

         International Business (AA, BA)

         Management (AA)

         Marketing (AA, BA)

         Organizational Development (AA)

1. ACCOUNTING

All accounting is characterized by compiling, analyzing, and reporting on the financial condition of the many functions of companies, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and individuals. Accounting services thus generally include independent auditing, tax advice and tax return preparation, financial and management consulting, and entrepreneurial services. This and the other of the Schoolís programs uses recent international standards regarding the principles of accounting that are using by global firms and organizations. There is an emphasis on practice, so that students will understand not only the theories but their application with high confidence and professionalism

i. Associateís Degree

The Associate Degree program in Accounting is designed to provide simple approach to the studentís preliminary explorations in the field of business, based on the need to establish and maintain financial records; and to, prepare and analyze financial reports.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

ACC003K: Accounting Spreadsheet Fundamentals

ACC004K: Income Taxation

ACC005K: Financial Reporting Analysis

ACC006K: Accounting Information Systems

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management

FIN001K: Principles of Finance

FIN002K: Personal Finance

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM040K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH020K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness
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ii. Bachelorís Degree

This program considers the processes involved in the collection, organization, and presentation of financial information for effective decision-making. It thus prepares students for careers such as the independent practice of public accounting, controllership, and general accounting management.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

ACC301: Financial Accounting

ACC302: Managerial Accounting

ACC304: Computerized Accounting

ACC325: Taxation

ACC330: Auditing

ACC401: Financial Statement Analysis

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

FIN302: Commercial Bank Management
FIN305: Bank Accounting
 
FIN402: Credit Analysis and Lending
FIN405: Risk Management and Insurance

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing

ORG201: Organizational Behavior

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

2. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

This Bachelorís Degree program is designed for students who aspire to eventually hold managerial positions in various private-sector organizations, be they small or large, local or international. It thus aims to give a solid grounding in business theory, and how this is put into practice in various types of applied situations. The coverage also ensures that a student gets a good foundation in other aspects of running a business, including keeping accounts, human resource management, and the use of technological applications, for example.

i. Bachelorís Degree

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS303: Production and Operations Management
BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS305: Project Management

BUS401: Small Business Management

BUS404: Strategic Management and Policy

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

FIN405: Risk Management and Insurance

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

IBS402: Managing Cultural Diversity

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
MKT306: Public Relations

MKT402: Customer Relationship Management

MKT403: Sales Operations and Retail Management

MKT404: Marketing Management

ORG201: Organizational Behavior

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

3. ECONOMICS

This is an increasingly important area of study, with the present emphasis being on that of developing countries and the impact of emerging markets competition and globalization; and the need for regional and international integration for economic growth, including through trade negotiations and agreements.

i. Associateís Degree

This program is designed to provide students with the knowledge of the cost-effective of utilizing resources through the in-depth understanding of general economic theories and their application to the real world situations.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management

ECN001K: Economic Theories and Principles

ECN002K: Urban and Economic Development

ECN003K: Economic Integration and Trade

ECN004K: Understanding the Global Economy

FIN001K: Principles of Finance

IBS002K: International Trade Policies and Practices

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness

ii. Bachelorís Degree

The Bachelorís Degree program provides students with an in-depth understanding of general economic theories and their application to real world situations; and thus prepares its graduates to take responsible positions as economists in the public and private sectors.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ECN302: Economics of Developing Areas

ECN303: Price Theory

ECN304: Macroeconomics

ECN305: Microeconomics

ECN404: Urban Economics

ECN410 (= IBS304): International Trade

ECN411: Globalization and the World Economy

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

FIN401: Money and Banking

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

IBS403: International Business Operations and Strategy

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
MKT306: Public Relations

ORG201: Organizational Behavior

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

4. FINANCE

The Associate Degree program is designed to provide students an in-depth instruction in important finance procedures, theoretical and practical knowledge on the fast-phase changing conditions in the financial services industry. It includes learning about the accounting principles in relation to money markets, investment strategies and global economics, in relation to real-world applications. This involves case analyses and problem solving techniques through research.

i. Associateís Degree

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

ACC003K: Accounting Spreadsheet Fundamentals

ACC005K: Financial Reporting Analysis

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management

FIN001K: Principles of Finance

FIN002K: Personal Finance

FIN003K: Financial Institutions and Markets

FIN004K: Managing Financial Risk Principles

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness

5. FINANCE AND BANKING

This Bachelorís Degree program prepares students for management careers in the financial services industry, and also in the public sector. It is designed to equip the student with both theoretical and practical knowledge of how the rapidly-changing financial services industry affects, and is affected by, the modern business environment. The theoretical base is counterbalanced by courses relating to financial institutions and the relationships between these institutions. Students are thus familiarized with advanced problem-solving techniques, and trained in ways of transforming relevant information into coherent decision-making.

i. Bachelorís Degree

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

ACC325: Taxation

ACC330: Auditing

ACC401: Financial Statement Analysis

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

FIN300: Principles of Banking

FIN302: Commercial Bank Management

FIN304: Corporate Finance

FIN305: Bank Accounting

FIN401: Money and Banking

FIN402: Credit Analysis and Lending

FIN405: Risk Management and Insurance †††

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
ORG201: Organizational Behavior
††† †††††††††††

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

6. HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT

Tourism is a major contributor to Cambodiaís economic development through the income generated by the hospitality and related industries. There is the need to exploit business opportunities not only through a basic understanding of the means for managing these but also based on an understanding of the demands and expectations of local and foreign visitors.

i. Associateís Degree

This program is designed to provide students with an understanding of the impact of the hospitality and tourism industry in the economic growth of the country. Theoretical and practical knowledge is provided in the context of technological and other developments.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management

FIN001K: Principles of Finance

HRM003K: Human Relations

HTM001K: Hospitality and Tourism Fundamentals

HTM002K: Events and Tours Planning

HTM003K: Hospitality and Tourism Communications and Customer Services

IBS004K: International Management

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness

ii. Bachelorís Degree

This program prepares graduates to take responsible positions in the Hospitality and Tourism fields. It provides students with knowledge about how the hospitality and tourism industry works and gives them the skills needed to put that knowledge into practice. It also provides its students with general business management knowledge and skills.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

HTM300: Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management

HTM301: Fundamentals of Management in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry

HTM302: Managing Tourism Services

HTM304: Hospitality and Tourism Information Technology

HTM305: Hospitality and Tourism Marketing Strategy

HTM307: Hospitality and Tourism Consumer Behavior

HTM308: Hospitality Property and Facilities Management 

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

IBS402: Managing Cultural Diversity

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
MKT306: Public Relations

MKT402: Customer Relationship Management

ORG201: Organizational Behavior

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

7. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Effective management of human resources is critical to the success of organizations. Among other things, students will learn to understand peopleís behavior, in particular in a working environment; to improve the working conditions of people; to understand the Cambodian working environment and to identify career opportunities; to identify social problems; to communicate clearly and meaningfully with people; to undertake planning, recruitment and selection of human resources professionally, to carry out the awareness of compensation and benefits, health safety as well as to deal with problems in labor relations. Tough competition for getting people with the right skills is a big challenge to many organizations, therefore, the focus is on understanding the peopleís behavior, background and experiences. The program is also considering the enormous increase of diversity in the workforce that can be seen in Cambodia and in the international labor market condition, on that issue, thorough discussion of the process in carefully hiring, training and development and retain human resources is with great concern.

i. Associateís Degree

This program is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of the significance of human resources in any organization.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management

HRM001K: Essentials of Personnel Management

HRM002K: Employment Law

HRM003K: Human Relations

HRM004K: Employee Development and Strategic Training

ORG002K: Group Dynamics and Organizational Development

ORG004K: Managing Organizational Change

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness

ii. Bachelorís Degree

This program prepares students for a career in the practical Human Resource Management.It will provide them with the professional skills and knowledge to operate in a role vital for the optimum performance of todayís organizations considering a diverse workforce and the impact of globalization. The course covers both specialized areas in human resources and general management which ensures the students to have the flexibility to pursue a generalist management or specialist HR-related role.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

IBS402: Managing Cultural Diversity
IBS403: International Business Operations and Strategy

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
HRM301: Supervision and Labor Relations
HRM302: Managing Human Resources
HRM303: Recruitment and Selection
HRM304: Training and Development
HRM305: Occupational Health and Safety
HRM401: Benefits and Compensation
HRM403: Ethics and Values in Human Resources

MKT306: Public Relations

ORG201: Organizational Behavior

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

8. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

i. Associateís Degree

Increasing globalization means that businesses need to not only think locally but globally. This program is designed to provide students with insights into the conduct of business operations across borders. It focuses on strategies, techniques in problem-solving and adapting business to other countriesí cultures, economic and political conditions plus the importance of technology. The need for regional and global integration and the importance of trade agreements which could impact international business is also highlighted, in addition about the concept of competitive advantage that international businesses must have to succeed.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management

ECN004K: Understanding the Global Economy

FIN001K: Principles of Finance

IBS001K: International Business Fundamentals

IBS002K: International Trade Policies and Practices

IBS003K: Operations and Logistics Management

IBS004K: International Management

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness

ii. Bachelorís Degree

This program in International Business is designed for students who wish to focus their Business Administration degree on courses which include an international component. Moreover, this concentration of study also provides for developing a background in geo-political studies, an important factor when considering potential opportunities and openings.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS404: Strategic Management and Policy

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ECN411: Globalization and the World Economy

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

FIN401: Money and Banking

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

IBS302: Introduction to International Business
IBS304 (= ECN410): International Trade

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

IBS401: International Trade Operations

IBS402: Managing Cultural Diversity
IBS403: International Business Operations and Strategy

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
MKT306: Public Relations

MKT401: International Marketing

ORG201: Organizational Behavior

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

9. MANAGEMENT

This Associate Degree program is designed to provide students with basic knowledge in management and business operations. The universality of management exists, therefore, in this program the focus is on the discussion of management and business theories, practices, technological innovations and its applications, analyzing strategies and techniques, and mobilizing resources. Exploring the current trends and key business disciplines which are important in the implementation of strategic plans to achieve organizational goals are also with emphasis.

i. Associateís Degree

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management
BUS007K: Entrepreneurial Skills

BUS008K: Business and Society

FIN001K: Principles of Finance

HRM003K: Human Relations

IBS003K: Operations and Logistics Management

ORG004K: Managing Organizational Change

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness

10. MARKETING

An understanding of marketing principles and practices is essential to reinforce sales by providing right the proper mix of ways to attract clients. This is important within the organizational context, for profit maximization and welfare of its stakeholders,. However there is the need for ethics and social responsibility if this is to be sustainable. The program also promotes the detailed role of marketing

i. Associateís Degree

The Associate Degree program in Marketing is designed to provide a basic knowledge on the consumerís growing demands due to evolving local tastes and the broader context of globalization.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management
FIN001K: Principles of Finance

MKT001K: Essentials of Marketing

MKT002K: Consumer Buying Behavior

MKT003K: Principles of Selling and Retailing

MKT004K: Integrated Marketing Communications

MKT005K: Publicity and Promotion

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness

ii. Bachelorís Degree

The Bachelorís Degree program in Marketing aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the principles and practice of marketing for students who have a foundation of business knowledge.

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC101: Principles of Accounting

BUS101: Introduction to Business
BUS201: Principles of Management

BUS202: Information Systems in Business

BUS203 (= LAW207): Business Law

BUS304: Leadership Skills

BUS404: Strategic Management and Policy

BUS490: Business Internship

ECN201: Principles of Economics

ENG219: Business Communication

FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management

HRM201: Introduction to Human Resource Management

HTM305: Hospitality and Tourism Marketing Strategy

IBS309: Textiles and Garments in the Global Economy

MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
MKT300: Consumer Behavior

MKT306: Public Relations

MKT401: International Marketing

MKT402: Customer Relationship Management

MKT403: Sales Operations and Retail Management

MKT404: Marketing Management

MKT405: Advertising and Promotion

MKT406: Marketing Research

ORG201: Organizational Behavior

General Education (3 credits each; *, Foundation Year courses)

COM101: Interpersonal Communication

ENG101: College English*

ENG102: English Composition*

HIS101: Cambodian History*

INT104: Geopolitics and Globalization

ITE101: Fundamentals of Computing*
KHM140: Khmer Culture*

LAW101: Introduction to Law*

MTH120: Introduction to Statistics*

PHL104: Critical Reasoning

PHL105: Moral Philosophy

POL101: Introduction to Political Science*

PSY101: Introduction to Psychology

RES201: Introduction to Research

RES301: Research Methodology

WMN201: Perspectives on Women in Society

Other Elective Courses (3 credits each)

ENG107: The Written Language

ENG122: Further English for Non-Majors

ENG218: Writing for Academic Purposes
MTH100: Quantitative Methods in Business

MTH110: College Algebra††††

11. ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This Associateís degree is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the need for organization-wide analyses of an organizationís current situation and its future requirements. Theories and practice of planned, systematic change in the attitudes, beliefs, and values of the employees through creation and reinforcement of long-term training programs are reviewed, to enable the organization in adopting better to the fast-changing external environment of new markets, regulations, and technologies.

i. Associateís Degree

Major Courses (3 credits each)

ACC001K: Accounting I

ACC002K: Accounting II

BUS001K: Essentials of Business I

BUS002K: Essentials of Business II

BUS003K: Business English

BUS004K: Professional Ethics

BUS006K: Essentials of Management

HRM001K: Essentials of Personnel Management

HRM003K: Human Relations

ORG001K: Organizational Development Theory

ORG002K: Group Dynamics and Organizational Development

ORG003K: Cultural Diversity

ORG004K: Managing Organizational Change

General Education (3 credits each)

ENG001K: Foundations in English I
ENG002K: Foundations in English II
HIS001K: Cambodian History
ITE001K: Fundamentals in Computing
KHM140K: Khmer Culture
LAW001K: Introduction to Law
MTH120K: Introduction to Statistics
POL001K: Introduction to Political Science

Other Electives (3 credits each)

BUS005K: Foundation of Teamwork and Leadership
COM001K: Interpersonal Communication
ITE002K: Office Applications
PHE001K: Personal Health and Wellness