A Bachelor of Arts in Information Science and e-Society and Bachelor of Science in Business double major is an interdisciplinary program that combines the fields of information science and e-society and business. This program explores the complex relationship between technology, society, and business, focusing on the ways information technology impacts various aspects of our lives, including social interactions, organizational processes, and economic activities.
Students in this program will gain a comprehensive understanding of data management, digital technologies, social media, and their implications for businesses and society. They will also develop skills in analyzing and interpreting data and understanding the ethical and legal dimensions of information technology.
The American University of Phnom Penh (AUPP) degree awarded is Bachelor of Science in Business.
The University of Arizona (UA) degree awarded is Bachelor of Arts in Information Science and e-Society.
Social media specialist, Marketing research analyst, Digital marketing director, Online content writer/editor, Technology-related sales, staffing, and consulting, Work in Information-rich settings (libraries, makerspaces, healthcare data, human resources), E-commerce specialist,, Sales Manager, Entrepreneurship
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Information Science and e-Society and Business double major, students will have acquired a diverse set of skills and knowledge. Some of the key learning outcomes include:
Dual degree students must complete 127 credits to graduate.
Dual degree students must meet the UA’s CGPA requirement to apply for admission to UA. Students must obtain at least a “C” grade in courses taught by UA and AUPP.
Required Total Credits (127)
Major Dual Degree Courses
Business Major Courses
General Education Courses
Collaborating in Online Communities
Social Media Strategies Across Profession
Digital Storytelling and Culture
Qualitative Internet Research
Theories of New Media
Digital Dilemmas – Privacy, Property, and Access
Information, Multimedia Design and the Moving Image
Information Trust, Manipulation, and Deception
Ethical Issues in Information
Legal Environment for Business
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
Introduction to Human Resource Management
Introduction to Finance
Research Methods and Design
The Information Era Development
Introduction to Data Science
Principles of Management
Introduction to Marketing
*INTS 400: Students must complete 84 credits before starting the internship. Internship requires a minimum of one hundred and sixty (160) hours of workplace experience.