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Bachelor of Social Sciences Major International Law

1. Expected Learning Outcomes

     Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • explain legal and political system and the management in administration of the kingdom of Cambodia and in the world;
  • interpret and compare national and international laws such as civil law, labor law, international private law,
  • interpret legal theories that manage relationships between rights and obligations of national and international personalities, relationship between individual and state and relationship between state and international communities;
  • demonstrate and compare laws and politics that manage regionally and globally bilateral, and multilateral parties such as diplomatic relation, mutual collaboration, integration, dispute resolution, and international accountabilities;
  • describe and analyze political events and social relation in Cambodia and in the world with past and contemporary situation;
  • explain the processes of organizing society​ through separate images in business, economics, environment, right and freedom, development and conservation;  
  • apply real life practice through internships and conduct research at public and private establishment, NGOs, and communities;
  • use English language for academic purpose and communication at workplace and also utilize information technology for administrative affairs;
  • build self-confidence, courage, initiatives, creativities;
  • analyze, consider, and evaluate with argumentative reasons, good teamwork, leadership, good interpersonal skills, problem-solving skills to social and economic changes, professional ethics, high responsibilities, and knowledge of cross culture;
  • lead life-long learning, explore society issues and  build high commitment for contributing to sustainable development;
  • pursue postgraduate degree in the field of international law.

 

2. Job opportunities

     Graduates will be able to become a professional who is working for public institution, for  national and international NGOs , communities, and companies and political parties with the following positions such as head of institution, international judge, international prosecutor, international arbitrator, international lawyer, international legal advisor, ambassador, consul, embassy officer, public civil servant, senior legal officer, lecturer of international law, independent analyst, and other work related to international law.

                                                                                  

3. Program Information

     This program, students are required to study for 4 academic years, which equals to 8 semesters. Each academic year is divided into two semesters, and each semester lasts 15 weeks, excluding the final examination. To complete this program, students must earn 120 credits with the minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) at least 2.00 including thesis writing and defense.

 

4. Admission Requirement

  • Candidates must possess high school diploma or equivalent certificates;
  • Candidates are required to pass the entrance exam which is set up by university and accredited by Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport. In case those candidates fail any subjects of high school examination or candidates that have already possessed high school diploma before 2002 are required to pass the entrance exam for admission.

 

5. Study Plan

Year of Study: Foundation                                                                                                                             Credits: 30

Number of Subjects: 10                                                                                                                            Total Hours: 450

Semester I

No

Code

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

FDYB111

Public Administration

45

3

2

FDYB109

Principles of Economics

45

3

3

FDYB121

History and Culture of Southeast Asia

45

3

4

FDYB110

Principles of Philosophy

45

3

5

FDYB122

English for academic Purpose I

45

3

Total

225

15

 

Semester II

No

Code

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

FDYB108

Mathematics for Business and Economics

45

3

2

FDYB101

Computer for Administration

45

3

3

FDYB123

English for academic Purpose II

45

3

4

FDYB107

Introduction to Law

45

3

5

FDYB118

History of Political and Social Events

45

3

Total

225

15

 

Year of Study: II                                                                                                                                                Credits: 30

Number of Subjects: 11                                                                                                                              Total Hours: 450

Semester I

No

Code

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

LAWB215

Constitutional Law

45

3

2

ENGB770

English for Academic Purpose III

45

3

3

LAWB211

Civil Law I

45

3

4

LAWB217

General Administrative Law

45

3

5

LAWB218

General Criminal Law I

45

3

Total

225

15

 

Semester II

No

Code

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

LAWB212

Civil Law II

45

3

2

LAWB219

General Criminal Law II

45

3

3

POIB205

Introduction to Academic Writing for SSIR

45

3

4

POIB201

History of Inter. Relation and Institution

45

3

5

LAWB222

Labor Law

22.5

1.5

6

SOSB702

Personal Development

22.5

1.5

Total

225

15

 

Year of Study: III                                                                                                                                            Credits: 30

Number of Subjects: 11                                                                                                                             Total Hours: 450

Semester I

No

Code

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

POIB303

EU (History and Institution)

45

3

2

LAWB220

History of Political Ideas

45

3

3

LAWB352

Law of WTO

45

3

4

POIB211

International Organization and United Nation System

45

3

5

LAWB354

Law of International Treaties

45

3

Total

225

15

 

Semester II

No

Code

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

LAWB216

Criminal Procedure

45

3

2

POIB301

ASIAN (History and Institution)

45

3

3

LAWB246

International Commercial Law

45

3

4

LAWB227

Public Liberty Law

45

3

5

LAWB228

Research Methodology

45

3

Total

225

15

 

Year of Study: IV                                                                                                                                             Credits: 30

Number of Subjects: 6                                                                                                                                Total Hours: 450

Semester I

No

Code

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

LAWB247

Law of Sea

45

3

2

LAWB334

Civil Procedure

45

3

3

POIB702

Environment and Sustainable Development

45

3

4

LAWB240

Private International Law

45

3

5

LAWB353

International Criminal Law

45

3

Total

225

15

 

Semester II

No

Subject

Hours

Credit

1

LAWB336

Conflict Resolution

45

3

2

Bachelor Thesis

180

12

Total

225

15