Bachelor Degrees in Kyrgyzstan

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A bachelor's degree is awarded at the successful completion of an undergraduate academic program. It is often the first degree a student received in his or her academic career. It typically takes four years of full-time study to earn a bachelor’s degree.

Earning a Master requires two years of education after earning a Bachelor. This advanced degree may help students to achieve their educational and professional goals, as the rigors of a Master’s program help train students in the skills and knowledge they need to land the career of their dreams.

 

There are a great deal of institutions for higher education throughout Kyrgyzstan. This includes around thirty-seven public universities and eighteen private universities. Prominent universities in Kyrgyzstan include University of Central Asia and Kyrgyz National University.

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Bachelor in Radio, TV and Cinema Department

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Why Radio, TV and Cinema Department? The mission of the Department of "Radio, Television and Cinema" is to provide the educational needs in the field of Radio, Television and Film and the training of specialists of the media industry on a professional level. Radio, television and cinema, and media industry have a long history, wonderful present and a bright future, for which the... [+]

Bachelors in Kyrgyzstan 2017. Why Radio, TV and Cinema Department? The mission of the Department of "Radio, Television and Cinema" is to provide the educational needs in the field of Radio, Television and Film and the training of specialists of the media industry on a professional level. Radio, television and cinema, and media industry have a long history, wonderful present and a bright future, for which the necessary professionals of different professions in these areas are needed. The program covers all areas of modern television and radio production and cinematography. What is taught? The progress of technology has opened the Internet as a new communication channel. Therefore, we create educational programs for cinema and television and radio broadcasting, and for the media industry in a single creative and technological communication platform, consolidating the tradition, formed by an academic and professional staff, to develop meaningful curriculum with the material-technical base of the Department of "Radio, Television and Cinema". What are the learning outcomes? The Department of Journalism and Mass Communications is designed to enable graduates to meet the following outcomes: the language of modern cinema, radio, television, online media, and the ability to convey not only the reader, but the viewer and listener to his point of view through video, voice, multimedia content is brought in students through special disciplines embodied in the curricula of training in the field of mass communications. We develop and multiply the best traditions of our education, taking into account the widespread implementation of computer tools... [-]

Bachelor in Applied Geology

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

The mission of the AUCA’s Applied Geology Department is to educate a new generation of applied geosciences students to meet current and future mining industrial challenges. [+]

Why Applied Geology? The mission of the AUCA’s Applied Geology Department is to educate a new generation of applied geosciences students to meet current and future mining industrial challenges. Due to Bard College partnership, that will prepare students to practice gained knowledge and competencies both in Central Asia and abroad. Applied Geology looks at how geological issues affect the lives of human beings. It studies the effects of naturally- occurring geological hazards, such as landslides and volcanic eruptions, environmental problems from such areas as waste disposal and groundwater contamination, and looks at how to manage and access natural resources, such as petroleum and minerals. What is taught? Students will study the basic curriculum required for any specialist with an advanced (higher education) degree in Applied Geology. You’ll gain a thorough and practical understanding of Earth processes, and how to apply this knowledge to human-related issues such as mineral deposits, slope stability or environmental problems. You’ll also learn the skills you’ll need in the workforce, like field observations, geological mapping, and using remote sensing technologies. The style of teaching in our courses is interactive, problem and assignment oriented; teaching in English provides unlimited access to the latest and new curricula, courseware and textbooks, which reflect fast changing landscape and trends of mining technology, geosciences and environment. Knowledge of English and other foreign languages will give our graduates an opportunity to compete in global labor market and to work in any foreign companies. What are the learning outcomes? The Applied Geology Department... [-]

Bachelor in Environmental Management and Sustainable Development

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

The establishing of the EMSD program was prompted by Central Asia’s need for environmental experts and AUCA’s mission to support the region’s transition to a development path that balances social, economic and environmental interests. [+]

Bachelors in Kyrgyzstan 2017. Why Environmental Management and Sustainable Development? The establishing of the EMSD program was prompted by Central Asia’s need for environmental experts and AUCA’s mission to support the region’s transition to a development path that balances social, economic and environmental interests. This program perfectly fits the AUCA and Bard College’s missions of training enlightened and impassioned leaders, who think globally and act this out locally in the specific conditions of Central Asia. The aim is to train responsible managers who master the tools of sustainable development and who also have a thorough understanding of environmental issues. What is taught? This course is in line with a new need on the part of companies: today firms have to integrate environmental considerations into their development and investment strategies. Courses address sustainability and the managerial, legal, and ethical aspects of the environment policies. This is the perfect major for students who wish to work in the field of sustainable development for a better tomorrow. This programme focuses on developing country issues, and applicable to environmental studies worldwide, and draws on natural resource institute's unrivalled pool of expertise in issues of sustainable development, climate and other environmental change, environmental management, environmental data collection and analysis. Teaching and learning includes a variety of educational styles including seminars, lectures, group work, assignments and tutorials; teaching in English provides unlimited access to the latest and new curricula, courseware and textbooks, which reflect fast changing landscape and trends of sustainability, environmental studies and science. Knowledge... [-]

Bachelor in Liberal Arts & Sciences

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Liberal arts and sciences degree focuses on learning methods where students will be involved in critical thinking and problem solving strategies. [+]

Why Liberal Arts and Sciences? Liberal arts and sciences degree focuses on learning methods where students will be involved in critical thinking and problem solving strategies. You will have a good opportunity to examine questions from diverse disciplinary points of view. This new program offers you to choose a concentration from any proposed fields of study like American Studies, Anthropology, Environmental Management and Sustainable Development, European Studies, International and Comparative Politics, Human Rights, Mass Communications, Mathematical Modeling in Natural and Social Sciences, Psychology and Sociology. What is taught? LAS program is aimed to meet your curiosity in learning at AUCA. You will study different subjects from general education courses, which will enrich your knowledge and develop the skills you need. You will study required courses in your concentration after studying Concepts of Modern Arts, Historical Thinking, Concepts of Modern Sciences and Globalization and Social Sciences. What are the learning outcomes? Upon successful completion of your study you will be able to communicate effectively in English through written and oral communication, think critically and exercise problem-solving strategies by using thoughtful and logical reasoning skills such as problem identification and analysis, and solution formulation, implementation, and assessment using integrated interdisciplinary approaches. You will also learn how to use appropriate technologies and methods to conduct research and present your work effectively to meet academic, professional and personal needs. [-]

Bachelor in Software Engineering

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Over the last decade, the software industry has grown dramatically. Software is used in many aspects of human life and the range is getting wider. [+]

Bachelors in Kyrgyzstan 2017. Why Software Engineering? Over the last decade, the software industry has grown dramatically. Software is used in many aspects of human life and the range is getting wider. Nowadays, not only in Central Asia, there is a lack of skilled IT workforce. Software Engineering Department prepares specialists who are able to apply a systematic and disciplined approach to developing and maintenance software, to use engineering principles and practices to the creation, operation of software systems. What is taught? The curriculum is designed to prepare students for entry into the software engineering profession. It is based on the State Educational Standards of the Kyrgyz Republic taking into account specifics of educational system of American universities. Math and science courses give students the background they need to understand computing fundamentals. Computer science and computer engineering courses show students how to design and how to solve problems in digital hardware and software. Core software engineering courses cover best software-development practices. Technical electives cover advanced and specialized design techniques, and they give students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in developing large complex software systems. What are the learning outcomes? The Program graduates are awarded a Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering. They master both theoretical basis and practical skills of engineering of large complex software systems. The graduates may work in the sphere of industry software engineering as designer, manager or developer. Where do graduates work and study? Most of our graduates continue their education to get Master’s Degree.... [-]

Bachelor in Sociology

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Sociology is the most central and flexible of all the social sciences. Sociology reaches out in all directions to share perspectives with economics, political science, anthropology, and psychology, as well as the theoretical study of law, literature, music, art, and religion. [+]

Why Sociology? Sociology is the most central and flexible of all the social sciences. Sociology reaches out in all directions to share perspectives with economics, political science, anthropology, and psychology, as well as the theoretical study of law, literature, music, art, and religion. What is taught? Sociology is the study of all the arrangements and processes that gives life and human relations their coherency. From the micro-perspective, which studies the rituals of interaction and performance of social roles, to the macro-perspective, which outlines the structures of power and inequality that stratify and organize human behavior, sociology attempts to model all the logic and meaning of human life and relationships. You will learn social theories and different approaches to social inquiry, and a range of research techniques that can be useful in any aspect of social life. What are the learning outcomes? Sociology studies many commonplace aspects of life – many of the routines that we all encounter on a daily basis. However, sociologists do not explain these phenomena through common sense. Sociology students will learn to apply powerful causal models to the explanation of events in the world around them. Thus, sociology greatly extends students’ abilities to think critically and unearth the underlying causes of the life with which they are familiar. Where do graduates work and study? Because sociology shares so much in common with the rest of the social sciences, students are well-positioned to continue their studies in a great variety of academic disciplines. Our graduates have gone... [-]

Bachelor in Psychology

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Department of Psychology at the American University of Central Asia opens the doors to one of the most challenging and rewarding professional fields today. [+]

Bachelors in Kyrgyzstan 2017. Why Psychology? Department of Psychology at the American University of Central Asia opens the doors to one of the most challenging and rewarding professional fields today. Our students learn the necessary skills to assist people in improving their mental health, managing human resources and organizations, running business and working in politics. Our graduates can apply their knowledge and skills to many different professional specializations like organizational behavior, counseling, public relations, social work, human resources, education, and much more. What is taught? Psychology program in AUCA offers students a solid educational background in traditional science and liberal arts followed by more in-depth knowledge, skills, and expertise that are necessary for success in one of many specializations in psychology. What are the learning outcomes? Psychology program in AUCA offers students a solid educational background in traditional science and liberal arts followed by more in-depth knowledge, skills, and expertise that are necessary for success in one of many specializations in psychology. Where do graduates work and study? Many graduates went to study for masters and doctoral programs in Psychology, Social Work, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Marriage/Family Therapy, Gender Studies, Business Administration, Film Industry and other fields at such universities as Purdue, Indiana, CEU, and Moscow State University. Graduates work in business and industry, international organizations, higher education, market and government policy research, banking, and consulting agencies. [-]

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communications

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Journalism and Mass Communications is the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues, and trends to a broad audience. [+]

Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communications WHAT IS JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS? Journalism and Mass Communications is the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues, and trends to a broad audience. While journalism focuses on the written product (e.g. news­paper articles), mass communications involve a broad range of publications from writing to broadcasting. ABOUT US The AUCA Journalism and Mass Communication Department has been training and educating competent media professionals since 1997. The Program’s graduates have proved their professionalism working as reporters, staff writers, editors, public relations and communications specialists. They succeed in many organizations such as NTS TV, NBT TV, Pyramida TV, 5 Kanal, Raketa TV, Vecherny Bishkek daily, Internews, Helvetas, Swiss cooperation in Central Asia, Associated Press, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, international organizations such as Soros Foundation, Eurasia Foundation and the like. A number of JMC graduates continued their studies in leading American and European universities and some of them returned to their alma mater to teach in the department. In June 2012, the Journalism and Mass Communications Department received a five-year license to prepare specialists in journalism and mass communications field. The Journalism and Mass Communications Program has also been accepted to receive accreditation with Bard College (USA). It created an opportunity for the students to obtain a US-accredited degree and make their education more competitive, not only in Central Asian market but in the global one as well. Currently the Journalism and Mass Communications Program offers courses in such high-demand areas as public relations, advertising,... [-]

Bachelor in International and Comparative Politics

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

The ICP program offers a rigorous training program on political science, international relations and comparative politics. [+]

Bachelors in Kyrgyzstan 2017. Why International and Comparative Politics? The ICP program offers a rigorous training program on political science, international relations and comparative politics. The program is designed for those who are eager to learn the essence of politics at both domestic and international level and are keen to make difference in their communities, countries and the world. Students will encounter entertaining, though challenging, learning process facilitated by professors from Kyrgyzstan, USA and other countries. All ICP courses are offered in English. What is taught? The courses offered by the ICP program range from Central Asian Politics to Geopolitics of Eurasia, to Electoral Politics, to Islam and Politics, International Organizations and many others. These courses generally fall into one of the tracks of International Relations, Political Science, Comparative Politics or Political Economy. Attending the ICO courses, you will learn about the new “Great Game” of Central Asia, where emerging powers like Russia, Iran, and China compete with the United States for influence. You will analyze how a new state like Kyrgyzstan tries to assert its own national identity, craft a better constitution, and forge an effective democracy. What are the learning outcomes? While different in content, all the ICP courses are similar in their goal of preparing young professionals with critical and analytical approach to learning, multi-dimensional knowledge and dedication to serve the community. The successful graduates of the ICP program have very strong background knowledge on politics, both domestic and international, and possess a wide range of skills... [-]

Bachelor in International and Business Law

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

The mission of the AUCA International and Business Law Department is to educate lawyers through a program emphasizing the acquisition of independent, analytical learning skills and practical skills ... [+]

Why International and Business Law? The mission of the AUCA International and Business Law Department is to educate lawyers through a program emphasizing the acquisition of independent, analytical learning skills and practical skills within a liberal arts framework in order to prepare them to practice law in the countries of Central Asia and internationally and to be active citizens committed to the construction of a civil society in Central Asia. What is taught? Students will study general subjects necessary for any specialist with higher education in humanities and special legal subjects. Knowledge of English and other foreign languages will give our graduates an opportunity to work with foreign companies, to use international documents and other sources of information in original. The system of required and elective (on students’ choice) courses will contribute to students’ independence and will provide students with a wide range of various subjects. In order for preparing practicing lawyers our curriculum includes skills courses and specialization start from second year of studying. The style of teaching more interactive, problem oriented, skills encouraging. What are the learning outcomes? The IBL Department is designed to enable graduates to meet the following outcomes: be able to analyze and asses the law; have a comparative view of different legal systems and comprehensive understanding of legal sources; conduct thorough legal research, find applicable law, correctly interpret and apply the law to different practical situations; be able to develop, structure and organize legal arguments in writing together with drafting various legal documents; have... [-]

Bachelor in Economics

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

If you major in economics, you will be prepared to contribute to the economic development of Kyrgyz Republic and other transition countries, like CIS countries. [+]

Bachelors in Kyrgyzstan 2017. Why Economics? If you major in economics, you will be prepared to contribute to the economic development of Kyrgyz Republic and other transition countries, like CIS countries. You will be prepared to work in banking, business, and the public sector. You will take classes in a variety of subjects that all relate to economics, like business, mathematics, and international comparative politics. Economics courses can also be combined with other fields of study. If you choose to major in Economics, you will have an advantage in your career and in graduate school. What is taught? If you are interested in a professional or professional career and you are ambitious, you are well suited for our full-time bachelor of arts program. Classes, taught in English, cover theoretical and applied economics. You will learn how Kyrgyz Republic as a transition economy has opportunities for development in global markets. You will also learn about how other Central Asia counties will meet future economic challenges. What are the learning outcomes? Upon graduation from the program, you will have gained critical analysis and research skills, English fluency and strong writing skills, deep understanding of the Economics, as well as the economic way of thinking. The program prepares students to effectively address private and public policy problems by teaching them how to analyze a wide range of issues from an economic perspective and by proposing appropriate decisions. Where do graduates work and study? If you will be successful graduate of the Economic program,... [-]

Bachelor in Applied Mathematics and Informatics

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

Google runs on math. Finance and banking run on math. The digital world is math. [+]

Why Applied Mathematics and Informatics? Google runs on math. Finance and banking run on math. The digital world is math. Galileo Galilei even said that nature itself formulates its laws from the language of mathematics. The Department of Applied Mathematics and Informatics will give you the tools that you need to understand the complex systems that run the world, and build the systems that will run the 21st century. What is taught? In short, you will study mathematical models. Mathematical models fuel our global economy, and you will study financial markets, assessment of banking and insurance risks, and management of large systems. Mathematical models also help us predict the world around us and keep us safe, so you will learn how to build models to predict earthquakes, tsunamis, and environmental systems. Underlying these models is a concrete foundation of mathematics taught by an outstanding faculty, including: mathematical analysis, differential equations, probability theory, mathematical statistics, numerical mathematics, data structures and algorithms, programming in high-level languages, basics of software engineering and many others. What are the learning outcomes? You will be able to analyze and build models that describe the world around us. Employers such as the National Statistics Office, international banks and investment firms, IT and software development firms, and many others will compete to have your level of mathematics and English. You will be able to work in many different industries, to be involved in interdisciplinary projects, and the demand for the skills you acquire will never diminish. Where can... [-]

Bachelor in Anthropology

American University of Central Asia (AUCA)
Campus Full time September 2017 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek

This is the first anthropology department in Central Asia and one of the first in the entire post-Soviet region to give students comprehensive training in anthropology, focusing on independent and analytical learning. [+]

Bachelors in Kyrgyzstan 2017. Why Anthropology? This is the first anthropology department in Central Asia and one of the first in the entire post-Soviet region to give students comprehensive training in anthropology, focusing on independent and analytical learning. Anthropology concerns the study of human thinking, activity and communication in its social, ecological, biological, political, economic, and psychological contexts. It is one of the most wide-ranging of the academic disciplines. Anthropology is a highly international field that promotes intercultural cooperation and contemporary human development. AUCA is aiming towards a four-field department, where four sub fields of anthropology are represented: cultural anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, and physical anthropology. What is taught? In anthropology courses, the students learn about religion, economics, society, politics, art, family structures, social relations, food, and more as they pertain to many cultures in the world. Anthropology courses examine the similarities and differences between all cultures. What are the learning outcomes? Aside from learning interesting things about Central Asia and the world, anthropology also teaches you important skills – how to talk to people and get reliable information; how to ask questions about culture and behavior; how to understand why people think, believe, and act in the ways that they do. We can apply these skills to a range of issues in the modern world. Because anthropology is the study of various aspects of culture with an anthropology degree you can still be a specialist in economics, business, politics, religion, art, or whatever interest you may have. Anthropology teaches... [-]