College of Science and Technology

Our Program


Our Program Information

The College provides unparalleled academic programs for both the International Track and Khmer Track. Degrees Offered by the College of Science and Technology:
☞ Computer Science (AA, BA, MA)
☞ Information Technology (BA, MA)
☞ Electronics and Telecommunications (BA, MA)

The University of Cambodia uses a credit system similar to that used by university in the United States. There are three terms each year:
☞ Term I (November - February)
☞ Term II (March - June)
☞ Term III (July - October)

There are four sessions in each term:
☞ Morning: 8:00am - 11:15am (Monday - Friday)
☞ Afternoon: 2:00pm - 5:15pm (Monday - Friday)
☞ Evening: 5:45pm - 8:45pm (Monday - Friday)
☞ Weekend: 7:30pm - 12:15pm and 1:00pm - 4:15pm (Saturday - Sunday)

Descriptions of Each Offered :
Computer Science: Computer Science is the science of using computers to solve problems. Mostly, this involves designing software (computer programs) and addressing fundamental scientific questions about the nature of computation but also involves many aspects of hardware and architecting the large computer systems and network system that form the infrastructure of commercial and government enterprises.
Information Technology: Information technology programs, you study general computer science concepts, including learning how computers work, the different operating systems, and network administration. Courses will focus on the technology behind computer systems. Learn how to design computers and related technology. Also learn how to change existing computers and software to better meet computer user needs. In addition, take software and hardware engineering courses.
Electronics and Telecommunications: The course provides a foundation in electronic devices, circuits and systems, microelectronics and optical communications, signal/image processing, control, microwaves, fiber optics, computer hardware, software design. The course is well designed for the students who intend to pursue higher studies in any branch of electronics and telecommunications engineering.

Future Job Prospection:
Computer Science: Career is all about programming, computer hardware and networking. While it is true that most entry-level jobs after a bachelor's degree involve programming, computer networking most practice eventually graduate to other responsibilities such as design, coordination, testing, planning and management. Thus, you typically start with a software engineering and a network administrator job after completed bachelor.
Information Technology: Graduated with a degree in information technology (specifically in software engineering) from University of Cambodia. I was able to find a job programming, database developer, web developer a company, NGO, government.
Electronics and Telecommunications: There is a good chance that most of us utilize telecommunication services on a daily basis. As this need for qualified, well-trained telecommunications professionals increases, more schools develop training and academic degree programs to give ambitious students the technical edge necessary to secure the best jobs in this competitive industry. After finished electronics and telecommunications can get working with telecommunication operator, internet services provider ISP.