Bachelor of Arts in Law
Students may choose to either follow the AUPP single degree track, or the dual degree program with the University of Arizona (UA). The UA award is Bachelor of Arts in Law.
Law is a demanding career in which the ability to analyze information and provide solutions to clients is critical to success. The Law Program at AUPP is grounded in ethics and provides a wide range of courses. The program includes courses in various types of law such as business law, contracts, criminal law, and international law as well as courses that help students develop important skills in legal analysis, negotiation, research and writing. The program includes specific courses on Cambodian, ASEAN and International Law. In addition, students have the opportunity to practice what they learn in internships.
The Bachelor of Arts in Law program prepares graduates for success in careers in private firms, legal departments, NGOs, IGOs or government. Students enrolled in the B.A., Law program are expected to develop core competencies in the areas of knowledge, analysis, cultural sensitivity, and professionalism.
Bachelor of Arts, Law
|Program Structure||Required Total Credits (124)|
|Major and Major Electives||48|
General Education Courses (Required: 61 credits)
Major and Elective Courses (Required: 48 credits)
Electives Courses (Required: 18 credits)
Minor (Required: 15 credits)
AUPP normally counts some of the courses a dual degree student takes with the partner university as fulfilling the elective requirement.