Rural Development

Rural Development

The Rural Development Major is designed for students interested in addressing the unique and interdisciplinary issues associated with rural development in emerging nations. Students acquire valuable insight and skills needed to analyze and address crime, sex and violence, gender issues, families, health and illness, work and leisure, ethnic relations, religion, cultures, and social classes in rural development approaches around Cambodia, the region and the globe.

Rural Development Courses

  1. Rural Social Work
  2. Human Relation and Ethics in Human Service
  3. Community Development Strategies
  4. Integrated Rural Development
  5. Local Government Capacity Building
  6. Geographic information Systems
  7. Public Finance

Career Opportunities

There is high demand for graduate with degrees in Rural Development. Graduate will be able to find employments with aid agencies and NGOs, government ministries and other public sector organizations concerned with the rural sector.

Course Structure in Major of Rural Development

CORE COURSE 18 credits
RD 2201 Rural Social Work 3
RD 2202 Human Relation And Ethics in

Human Service

3
RD 2203 Agro-Ecological Analysis(AEA) 3
RD 2204 Community Development Strategy 3
RD 2205 Rural Department in a global perspective 3
RD 3206 Social Science Research 3
COMPUTSORY COURSE 34Credits
RD 3307 Agricultural Development 3
RD 2308 Natural And Eco-tourism 3
RD 2309 Principle Of Ecology 3
RD 2310 Natural Resources Measurement Inventory 3
RD 3311 Geographic Information Systems 3
RD 4312 Local Government Capacity Building 3
RD 2313 Public Administration 3
RD 2314 Small business Planning And Management 3
RD 2315 Public Health 3
RD 3316 Village Base Entrepreneurship 3
RD 3317 Field Trip I 1
RD 4418 Field Trip II 1

 

RD3419 Rural Department Internship 1
RD3420 Undergraduate Seminar in Rural Development 1
PRESCRIBE COURSE 26credits
RD3421 Public Finance 3
RD4422 Environment Impact Assessment(EIA) 3
RD4423 Managing Rural Project and Programs 3
RD3424 Scientific Writing and Communication 3
RD4425 Indigenous Knowledge and Community Research 3
RD3426 Statistic 3
RD3427 English for Rural Department 8
Elective Course* 15credits
RESEARCH AND THESIS 8credits

*Students should choose UBB subjects for the field Rural Department.

1-Public and NGO Accounting
2-Budgeting and planning
3-Personal Finance (Personal Planning)
4-Book Keeping (Accounting on hand)
5-Micro Finance and Bank Management
6-Agribussiness Management
7-Maketing Agricultural and Food Production
8-TQM
9-Economics Low
10-Food and Agricultural Sale
11-Credit Management
12-Course From other fields (project MGT and Eco-Development)

Note: RD2201-RD=Rural Development, 2=Number of year, 2=Number of Program Course, and 01=Order of Subject.

Curriculum 

Year II

Semester I 20 Semester II 20
  1-English I

2-Rural Development in a Global Perspective

3-Rural Social Work

4-Communicaty Development Strategy

5-Egro-Ecological Analysis(SEA)

6-Pricibles Of Ecology

7-Natural And Eco-tourism

 

2

3

 

3

3

3

3

3

  1-English II

2-Human Relation And Ethics in Human Service

3-Public Health

4-Publis Administration

5-Small Business Planning And Management

6-Natural Resources Measurement and Inventory

7-Elective

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

Year III

Semester I 20 Semester II 17
  1-English III

2-Village Based Entrepreneurship

3-Agricutural Development

4-Public Finance

5-Managing Rural Projects and Programs

6-Elective

7-Elective

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

 

 

  1-English IV

2-Geographic Information Systems

3-Qualitative Social  Science Research

4-Elective

5-Field Trip I

6-Field Trip II

7-Rural Development Internship

8-Undergrate Seminar in Rural Development

2

3

3

3

1

1

1

3

Year IV

Semester I 15   Semester II 8
  1-Scienfic Writing and Communication

2-Indigenous Knowledge and Community Research

3-Locol Government Capacity building

4-Enviromental Impact Assessment(EIA)

5-Elective

3

3

3

3

3

   

 

Research and Thesis

 

 

8