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Information Technology Engineering

The curriculum of Information Technology Engineering Department is designed for our students with abilities to use new technologies and theories to design and develop computer software. During first and second year, students study about foundation theories of computer software & network engineering. For third & forth year, they will have more advance courses such as Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, Product Design, Network Engineering, Database Design, Operating System, Mobile Application Development, Artificial Intelligence, Commuter Graphic, and Practicum (to build a real product). From the end of third year students must go for internship in private or pubic organizations. Lecturers and Researchers of IT Engineering department mostly graduated from abroad, the key success of our team is to give more homework/assignment/project to students, and let them hand on to build a real thing by applying technologies and theories. Thus, students in our department they will have experiences in team work, developing application, make presentation, and critical thinking.

Based on knowledge which are provided by IT Engineering department, graduates can work as:

  • Designer/Developer of Computer & Mobile Software
  • Database System Analyst/Developer
  • Network Engineer
  • Game Developer
  • Web Developer

Year 2

Semester I
Subject Credit Hour/Week Lecture - Lab
Advance Programming I34.02 – 2
Data Structure and Algorithm I33.03 – 0
Data Communication I33.03 – 0
General English III46.06 – 0
Mathematic III33.03 – 0
Probability and Statistics34.02 – 2
Circuit Theory I34.02 – 2
Critical Thinking & Personal Development22.02 – 0
Project Practicum12.00 – 2
Semester II
Subject Credit Hour/Week Lecture - Lab
Advance Programming II34.02 – 2
Data Structure and Algorithm II33.03 – 0
Data Communication II33.03 – 0
General English IV46.06 – 0
Discrete Math33.03 – 0
Signal & System34.02 – 2
Circuit Theory II34.02 – 2
Database I34.02 – 2
User Interface Design333 – 0
Project Practicum12.00 – 2

Year 3

Semester I
Subject Credit Hour/Week Lecture - Lab
General English V46.06 – 0
Database II34.02 – 2
Network Engineering I34.02 – 2
Computer Graphic I34.02 – 2
Object Oriented Analysis and Design33.03 – 0
Microcontroller34.02 – 2
Web Technology & Cloud Computing I34.02 – 2
Introduction to Compiler Construction34.02 – 2
Project Practicum12.00 – 2
Semester II
Subject Credit Hour/Week Lecture - Lab
General English VI46.06 – 0
Network Engineering II34.02 – 2
Computer Graphic II 34.02 – 2
Operating System33.03 – 0
Software Engineering & PM33.03 – 0
Mobile Application Development I34.02 – 2
Web Technology & Cloud Computing II34.02 – 2
Information Theory & Coding33.03 – 0
Project Practicum12.00 – 2
Summer Internship (at least 6 weeks)2--

Year 4

Semester I
Subject Credit Hour/Week Lecture - Lab
Mobile Application Development II34.02 – 2
Data Mining33.03 – 0
Technology Entrepreneurship22.02 – 0
Artificial Intelligence34.02 – 2
Management Information System33.03 – 0
Computer Security33.03 – 0
Project Practicum12.00 – 2
Semester II
Subject Credit Hour/Week Lecture - Lab
Option 1
Internet of Thing34.02 – 2
Professionalism Computing & Ethics22.02 – 0
Project Report15--
Option 2
Internship (Hard Skill) & Thesis (GPA>3.5)20--

Department of Telecommunication and Electronic Engineerin

Year IITotal Credits: 50.0Total hours: 1040.0
Semester I
No Subject Credit Lecture Hour/week Lab hour/ week Hour / semester
1Advance Programming I3.
2Data Communication I3.
3Algorithm and Data Structure I3.
4Circuit Theory I3.
5Mathematic III3.
6Probability and Statistics3.
7Digital Theory and Design3.
8Project Practicum1.
9General English III4.
Total (semester 1)
Semester II
No Subject Credit Lecture Hour/week Lab hour/ week Hour / semester
1Advance Programming II3.
2Algorithm and Data Structure II3.03048.0
3Circuit Theory II4.
4Discrete Math3.
5Signal and System3.
6Electromagnetic Theory I3.
7Project Practicum1.
8General English IV4.
Total (semester 2)
Year IIITotal Credits: 49.0Total hours: 1040.0
Semester I
No Subject Credit Lecture Hour/week Lab hour/ week Hour / semester
1Network Engineering I3.
2Electromagnetic Field II3.
3Electronic Engineering3.
4Project Management3.
5Simulation and Modeling3.
6Antenna Theory and Design I2.
8General English V4.
Total (semester 1)
Semester II
No Subject Credit Lecture Hour/week Lab hour/ week Hour / semester
1Network Engineering II3.
2Antenna Theory and Design II3.
3Signal Processing3.
4Principle of Communications4.
5Control Engineering3.
7Artificial intelligence3.02032.0
9General English VI4.
Total (semester 2)
Year VITotal Credits: 30.5
Semester I
No Subject Credit Lecture Hour/week Lab hour/ week Hour / semester
1Wireless and Mobile Communication4.
2Fiber Optic Communication3.02264.0
3RF Environment Analysis3.02264.0
4Radar System2.
5Project Management2.
6Internship I ( At Least 30 days)
Total (semester 1)
Semester II
No Subject Credit Lecture Hour/week Lab hour/ week Hour / semester
Option 1
1.1Internet of Things3.02264
1.2Business Management and Entrepreneurship2.02032
1.3Microwave Engineering3.02264
1.4Project Report4.0180
Total (semester 2)12.0496
Option 2
Internship / Thesis (GPA ≥ 3)12.0540

Department of Bioengineering


Bachelor of Engineering Program in Bio-Engineering/Biotechnology


Bachelor of Engineering (Engineering Technology)


Bio-Engineering/Biotechnology is a branch of engineering that deals with chemical and biological processes used to develop and make products and practices used in Medical and Health application, Food and Agro industry, Agriculture and Environment. The areas of study in Bio-Engineering/Biotechnology are quite diverse. The curriculum is developed to provide fundamental knowledge in several major study areas so that students will be well prepared for work in biotechnical field such as food industry, microbial and enzyme biotechnology industry, gene technology, plant cell technology, etc., either in industrial factories, or in public and private research institutes.

The Bio-Engineering/Biotechnology Program intends to prepare engineers for life-long achievement through both education in the principles of Bio-Engineering/Biotechnology and also development of communication, teamwork, leadership and entrepreneurship skills.

The basic foundation in mathematics, chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering is established in the first two years of the curriculum. A core of required Bio-Engineering/Biotechnology courses is followed.

In the last semester, students can choose from three optional tracks (Coursework track, Research thesis and extended Engineering training track).

  • Coursework Track is for students who would like to conduct coursework and final project.

  • Research Thesis Track is for outstanding student who would like to conduct their research project under the supervision of BE faculty members.

  • Extended Engineering Training Track is designed for students who would like to participate in a long training period (for the entire semester) under a co-operative training program with companies or organizations.

To improve student’s soft skill (communication, teamwork and leadership), the students are required to conduct a minimum 6 weeks internship at a standard company or organization during their vacation time of the third year or before.


Assessment of study will be performed at the end of each semester. Evaluation will be shown as the Grade Point Average (GPA) (4.00 scale) and the Cumulative Grade Point Average (4.00 scale).

Score GPA Letter Grade
85-1004.0A = Excellent
80-843.5B+ = Very good
70-793.0B = Good
65-692.5C+ = Fairly good
50-642.0C = Fair
45-491.5D = Poor
<400.0E = Fail

Year 2

No Subject Credit (lecture-practice-self study hours)
Semester I
1English4 (2-4-6)
2Mathematics3 (3-0-6)
3MATLAB programming3 (2-2-6)
4Organic Chemistry I4 (3-2-6)
5Biology II3 (3-0-6)
6Analytical Chemistry I4 (3-2-6)
7Critical thinking & Personal development2 (2-0-4)
8Statistic and probability3 (3-1-6)
9Project practicum1 (0-2-4)
Sub-Total25 (22-9-50)
Semester II
1English4 (2-4-6)
2Organic Chemistry II4 (3-2-6)
3Analytical Chemistry II4 (3-2-6)
4Physical Chemistry I3 (3-0-6)
5Biochemistry I3 (3-0-6)
6Microbiology4 (3-2-6)
7Inorganic Chemistry3 (3-0-6)
8Project Practicum1 (0-2-4)
Sub-Total25 (20-8-44)

Year 3

No Subject Credit (lecture-practice-self study hours)
Semester I
1English4 (2-4-6)
2Biochemistry II4 (3-2-6)
3Physical chemistry II3 (3-0-6)
4Bacteriology3 (3-0-6)
5Unit Operation for Food Engineering I3 (3-0-6)
6Method in Enzymology2 (2-0-4)
7Introduction to Biotechnology2 (2-0-4)
8Project Practicum1 (0-2-4)
Sub-Total22 (18-6-44)
Semester II
1English4 (2-4-6)
2Unit Operation for Food Engineering II4 (3-2-6)
3Computational Fluid Mechanics4 (3-2-6)
4Food Technology I3 (3-0-6)
5Mycology2 (2-0-4)
6Bio-process Engineering3 (3-0-6)
7Quality Control and Assurance 2(2-0-4)
8Project Practicum1 (0-2-4)
Sub-Total23 (19-10-38)

Year 4

No Subject Credit (lecture-practice-self study hours)
Semester I
1Food Technology II4 (3-2-6)
2Immunology2 (2-0-4)
3Molecular Biology & Gene Technology4 (3-2-6)
4Plant Tissue Culture2 (2-0-4)
5Entrepreneurship2 (2-0-4)
6Environmental Engineering3 (3-0-4)
7Toxicology3 (3-0-6)
8Internship (Soft skills) (vacation time)2 (0-7-0)
9Project practicum1 (0-2-4)
Sub-Total22 (17-46-38)
Semester II
a) Coursework Track
1Ethics in Biotechnology2 (2-0-4)
2Biomedical Engineering3 (3-0-6)
3Aroma and Cosmetic Technology2 (2-0-4)
4Final Project5 (0-40-0)
Sub-Total12 (7-40-14)
b) Extended Training or Research Track
1Research Thesis or Engineering training12 (0-80-0)
Sub-Total12 (0-8-0)

Note: all offered courses will be in Khmer, however Uppsala University students will still be able to join the class, they will also contact with individual professors for lectures, assignment, homework, projects, and final exam.

Contact Further Info:

  • Srun Sovila (Dr.)
  • srun.sovila(at)rupp.edu.kh
  • Contact Office: #219, Faculty of Engineering, Royal University of Phnom Penh