School of Graduate Studies


Associate's Degree in Japanese Language (AA)

In addition to fulfilling the Foundation Year and General Education requirements set by The University of Cambodia, students doing an Associate's degree in Japanese Language must do a minimum of 42 relevant credit hours in Japanese. In order to fulfill the Associate's degree requirements in Japanese, students must take the following six core courses: JPN101, JPN102, JPN103, JPN104, JPN201 and JPN205 (18 credits), along with eight major electives (24 credits). Four elective courses (12 credits) can be taken from seven major courses (21 credits) in the same major.

Year 1 (Foundation Year)
Major Core ('Oriented') Courses
JPN103: Grammar and Practice I
JPN104: Speaking and Listening I
General Education Courses
JPN101: Fundamentals of Japanese Language I
JPN102: Fundamentals of Japanese Language II
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
JPN 201: Intermediate Japanese I
JPN 202: Intermediate Japanese II
Major Elective Courses
JPN203: Japanese Reading I
JPN205: Intermediate Japanese Society and Culture
Do four courses (including at least two level 400) (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
JPN204: Grammar and Practice II
JPN206: Japanese Reading II
JPN207: Speaking and Listening II
JPN208: Introduction of Japanese Writing Style
JPN209: Introduction of Japanese Kanji I
JPN210: Introduction of Japanese Kanji II
JPN211: Intermediate of Japanese Writing Style
General Education and Other Elective Courses
Do eight courses including:
GEO101: World Geography*
INT103: Globalization and International Affairs*
At least one (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
COM101: Interpersonal Communication*
COM102: Essentials of Public Speaking*
At least one (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
ANT101: Introduction to Anthropology*
PSY101: Introduction to Psychology*
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology*
The balance (subject to timetable and other constraints) from the following:
ACC101: Principles of Accounting
BUS201: Principles of Management
DEV102: Understanding Development
ECN201: Principles of Economics
EDC101: Principles of Education
EDC103: Philosophy of Education
EDC104: Psychology of Education
EDC201: Sociology of Education
EDC203: Curriculum and Textbook Development
EDC204: Cognitive Development
EDC206: Introduction to Community Health Education
EDC208: Syllabus and Instructional Material Design
FIN201: Fundamentals of Financial Management
ITE102: Introduction to Computer Programming C++
ITE103: Introduction to the Internet
ITE104: Logic and Computation
ITE205: Fundamentals of Computer Graphics
LAW103: Civil Law
LAW104: Labor Law
LAW105: Contract Law
LAW206: Family Law
MTH110: College Algebra
MTH112: Calculus I
MKT201: Fundamentals of Marketing
MTH110: College Algebra
MTH112: Calculus I
ORG201: Organizational Behavior
PST102: Human Rights and Global Justice
SOC101: Introduction to Sociology
SOC103: Survey of Contemporary Cambodian Society

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