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Along with the rising demand in the world Finwin Edu Campus offers wide range of under-graduate programs affiliated with international universities and recognized under governing bodies in both locally and internationally to achieve the higher education requirements of the students. Students are offered the valuable opportunity within the Finwin Edu Campus to start the higher education and thereby climb the career ladder as an expert from their relevant field among the fields of Art, Business, Engineering, Education, Information Technology and Science.

Degree Programs

Finwin Edu Campus offers 5 Bachelor’s Degree programs. Each degree is designed for four year, full-time study and is structured around 10 courses of foundation year, 8 foundation plus courses, 15 major courses, 4 electives (chosen from other majors), a final paper (equivalent to 3 courses) and computer office skills (equivalent to 1 courses). Courses are qualified by a credit-system; the completion of each degree at IIC normally requires 123 credit points.

Masters Programs

Finwin Edu Campus offers 3 Masters programs which are, Master of Business Administration (MBA), a Master of Commerce (MCom) and a Master of Science (MSc). The entry requirements of the MBA or MCom degrees are successful completion in any undergraduate degree. The entry requirements of the MSc are successful completion of undergraduate degrees in numerical or natural sciences including IT, mathematics or physics.

The Masters programs follow the same course structure found at North American, European and Australian universities. That is, the degree can be completed by one year of full-time study or two years part-time equivalent. Each are 12-subject degrees.
    • The MBA degree is generally regarded as an international qualification in business administration which is usually taught as a general postgraduate qualification in management and business. The universality of the MBA makes it well-known to students and employers alike. Some MBA degrees are tailored specifically as executive training, fast-tracked by universities in association with industry demand. Most MBA degrees involve coursework subjects in general areas of business which may be undertaken by mid-level professionals who have a technical qualification or professional qualification, but no formal training in management.

      The following 12 subjects must be completed for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) over one-year of full-time study or two years part-time equivalent. Entry into the MBA program will require good standing at graduation in any bachelor’s degree.

Business Strategy

This subject deals with Cambodian industry analysis of available resources and capabilities including the nature of Khmer business strategies; the integration and diversification of current developments; internationalization strategy; and ASEAN status through strategic alliances, managing international supply chains and international human resource management, marketing, accounting, finance and ethics.

Human Resource Management

This is a key course in relation to Cambodia’s service sector and includes the usual elements of Human Resource Management such as strategic planning, implications of technology for design of jobs, recruitment and selection and the implications for risk management in a changing workplace. Students are given the opportunity to consider the recruitment and selection process from both applicant’s and employers’ point of view and to identify the skills necessary to effectively select and successfully apply for jobs.

Marketing Management

This subject provides a practical understanding of the role of marketing in current Cambodian organizations, whether they be private, public, local or global. With an up-to-date examination of current practice and future trends, such as the impact of ecommerce and globalization upon Cambodian commerce, this subject is both exciting and practical. Topics include: marketing analysis, segmentation and positioning, services marketing, pricing and financial analysis in marketing, database marketing, communications, distribution and the role of people and processes in creating customer value. Actual development of a marketing plan is an integral part of the unit.

Economic Analysis & Asian Economies

This subject focuses on the concept of a generic marketplace within a business perspective by providing students with analytical tools which will help them understand the nature and scope of the market economy into which Cambodia has entered. It looks at the companies operating in a market economy in relation to the actual market place, market structures, market failure, government regulation and microeconomic reform.

This subject seeks to develop skills in economic environment scanning through the discussion of topics such as aggregate demand analysis, the monetary system, monetary and fiscal policy interventions, international influences on domestic economies and the implications of electronic business open to the Cambodian population. The subject concentrates on Cambodia within regional Asian economic development.

Organizational Behavior

This subject focuses on improving the effectiveness of the human aspect of business and industry within Cambodia and its ASEAN counterparts. The subject is very similar to organizational psychology and will cover personality and motivation, leadership, group processes, performance appraisal, conflict, and work redesign through simulated case studies.

Financial Management

This course is designed as an introduction for Khmer business people in accounting and financial management, who either have little background or wish to improve their skills. Learning to understand the interplay between a company’s financial position, corporate accountability, and business decisions will allow for the assessment of companies according to their liquidity, profitability, financial backing and triple-bottom-line performance. In doing so, it will enable students to better understand the real drivers of business and to explain, in financial terms, the costs and benefits of alternative decisions. It will provide students with the skills to communicate more effectively with finance and accounting managers.

Strategic Information Management

This subject covers information systems management; interactions of information systems with organizational elements; comparative and competitive advantages of IS/IT; strategic use of IS/IT; evaluation of IS/IT; adoption and diffusion of IS/IT; management issues of electronic commerce; issues of knowledge management; planning approaches including key success factors; business process reengineering; and current and future issues of IS/IT. This is an important subject for Khmer business people wishing to improve their expertise in IT to a level which is comparable to international standards and to greatly enhance the efficiency of communication technology in their businesses.

Information for Business Decisions

This subject provides tools to better analyze and understand business related data, key for those building Khmer industry and engaging in commercial activity. Students are instructed in statistical methods, both descriptive and inferential; relating and determining associations between the various aspects of relevant data and information; casual models for forecasting and decision analysis; and focusing on techniques that will provide a rational framework for decision making. Students will need advanced logic and numeracy skills to engage in decision making modeling and prediction analysis.

Managerial Effectiveness

This subject focuses on key leadership and management skills to assist managers in maximizing productivity. Some of these include clarifying personal vision, time management, negotiation, goal-setting, stress management and communication skills. Exercises and assignments are used to develop interpersonal effectiveness in the Cambodian context.

Organizational Change and Development

This subject focuses on how Cambodian managers may successfully implement major organizational change, restructuring and strategic plans. The most current models of organizational change and development are still being implemented in Cambodia, thus, case studies from other nations are studied. In addition, methods for success in this area including team building, conflict resolution, and survey feedback are discussed. Students will be asked to act as consultants to the city of Phnom Penh or regional business and government organizations on real problems and projects. For practice and learning purposes, they will develop mock consulting contracts, work on real and imagined organizational problems, and provide a report and presentation to the company – the class – at the end of the assignment.

Legal Environment

This course is designed to provide an understanding of the major areas of law those in managerial positions will come into contact with. Legislative and common law regulations as they are being developed in the Cambodian legal framework will be addressed.

Contract & Procurement Optimization

This course provides students with strategic level understanding of contract and procurement management for Cambodian industry and commerce. Topics of interest include development of policies, contracting process, risk management, interfaces with project management, procurement strategy development, life cycle costing, tendering and negotiation skills, and new issues in the potential of outsourcing. Moreover, practical approaches organizations adopt to improve effectiveness and efficiency, including privatization of Cambodian state entities, are analyzed.


For students interested in specializing in one particular area, the Masters of Commerce (MCom) is an attractive option. The MCom has the same selection of mainstream subjects as the MBA, but allows students to study a specialization in-depth through a research dissertation. This option is particularly relevant to practitioners in specific fields of business looking to specialize in an area that gives added value to their portfolio of expertise. The MCom is structured to include any eight subjects taken from the MBA degree program, only one of which – Organizational Behavior – is compulsory, followed by a four subject-equivalent dissertation on a research topic and methodology to be agreed upon with the IIC Graduate Program.

The topic selected for research will be related to student’s professional and intellectual interests in areas such as human resource management, banking and finance, management of information systems, managerial leadership, organizational change and development, logics, procurement, tourism, international business, business communication, training and professional development, public sector reform, accounting, marketing, public relations, and micro- or macroeconomics. Expertise to properly supervise the research, including guided instruction on research methodologies, within the academic and professional interests of faculty members will be a determining factor in both topic and methodology selection.

The IIC University of Technology places considerable emphasis upon research and development and is therefore very pleased to offer a degree which allows students to specialize in a particular field by doing research. As distinct from the MBA degree, students completing the MCom will graduate with a specialization in their chosen field.


The Master of Science (MSc) at IIC is based Cambodia’s rapid movement into the digital age and in particular, the need for experts to service this growing field. The degree is designed give students a thorough working knowledge of computer science and information technology, including high-level management of data systems, expertise in the engineering of computer networks and advanced programming skills.

All aspects of modern business practice involve the use of information systems and computer technology.  This is a field of rapid change and constant development.  The master degree at IIC is structured to enable graduates to have the knowledge, skills and expertise to understand and adapt to advanced technological change. MSc graduates from IIC are situated to build much needed information networks that are modern, reliable and innovative, contributing to Cambodia’s growth.

Students will undertake 12 subjects over one-year of full-time study or two years part-time equivalent. Entry into the Master of Science in Information Systems (MSc) will require good standing at graduation in a bachelor’s degree in IT or a related field, such as mathematics, physics, electronics, engineering or architecture.

Methods for Developing Information Systems  
This course studies the systems planning, development and implementation methods currently used in Cambodia. Topics such as reuse in systems development for compatibility, project management, quality assurance, and object-oriented analysis, design, and specification methods relevant to Cambodian business communication are examined. Finally, new possibilities in systems evolution and management for economic growth, including systems development frameworks, methodologies, tools and techniques are also discussed.

Statistical Data Analysis
This subject gives students the necessary background to successfully study IT. It includes statistical data analysis, sample design and variability, overview of survey methods and measurements, ANOVA, cross-tabulation, multiple regression, discriminant analysis, principal component analysis, factor analysis, cluster analysis, multi-dimensional scaling, MANOVA and conjoint analysis. These are all common statistical methods which underline the interpretative possibilities of computer-assisted analysis for research, data collection and data retrieval.

Development Technology
This course studies models of integrated system development environments in order to understand the science of technology used in development. Examples of these include the use of CASE tools to support the development of information systems; data, process and interface modeling techniques; and the exploration of development technologies for contemporary information systems types.

Group Support Systems
This subject takes a practical view of technologies management and technical issues relevant to groupware supported work, including email and calendaring, discussion databases, document databases, knowledge management, workflow, web integration, group dynamics, facilitation, face-to-face meeting systems, videoconferencing, internet, and ecommerce applications. These are now common uses of business communication systems in Cambodian commerce, and this subject gives students the opportunity to enhance their skills in these areas.

Information Management
Managing information is a vital aspect of modern business for development in Cambodia. Therefore this subject deals with contemporary issues facing information managers including planning, change management, reengineering, learning, evaluating investments in IS/IT, organizational impacts, and information management practice. The role of the information manager is examined closely in this subject.

Information Systems and Technology Strategy Formulation
This subject deals with information systems and information technology planning, including integration of business planning. This integration is important for Khmer industry and commerce in order to add value to existing levels of productivity. Determining organizational information needs and evaluating IS/IT investments are also covered in this subject.

Distributed Systems
This course is a technical subject aimed at improving skill in network systems. The ISO/OSI Model is studied, as are data communications theory, data communications implementation, client server architecture, distributed information systems, networked windowing systems, X.400/X.500 systems, inter-organizational computing.

Database Systems
This is an important subject covering logical and physical models. Transaction analysis, access paths, database navigation, logical access mappings, data access diagrams, database design and processing, and DBMS physical structures are all covered. Moreover, relational data structure, relational algebra and integrity, logging and recovery from failures, data dictionaries, help capability, and run-time access and data object binding are also examined.

Applied Decision Support Systems
This is a fundamental course for decision support systems (DSS). It includes model base and database and interface, with development, implementation and evaluation of executive information systems, groupware and expert systems. Special emphasis is put on the use of contemporary DSS software.

Business Analysis Methodologies
This subject looks at the alternative possibilities of computer application in information systems and data analysis. The nature of problem structuring and problem improvement, positivist and interpretivist views of organizational problem solving, uncertainty, and multiple and conflicting objectives in problem solving are covered. In addition, some of the following methodologies are examined in detail: Soft Systems Methodologies (SSM), Strategic Options Development Analysis (SODA), Interactive Planning (IP), Strategic Assumption Surfacing and Testing (SAST), and Strategic Choice Methodology

Project Management Systems
This subject is designed to be an introduction to project selection, management and evaluation, looking at basic forms of project organization structure, organizing large projects, team development, approaches to project planning and control, performance analysis, and quality assurance. In the Cambodian context, it is an important subject dealing with Project Management Information Systems, the control cycle, human behavior in a project setting, contractual issues, and conflict in project settings.


This course studies the use of hypertext, containing text but also tables and images. Methodologies for the creation, format, structure and usability of hypertexts are examined. Document format, structure and composition are also evaluated.


Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

PhD in management is the highest academic degree awarded in the study of management science. The degree was designed for those seeking academic research and teaching careers as faculty or professors in the study of management at business schools worldwide.

Career Prospect
The candidate will be able to work in the role of organizational management, program designers/evaluators/directors, NGO consultants/directors, researchers, professors, etc.

The curriculum
A PhD degree program in economics typically covers macroeconomics and microeconomics. Find out about some of the coursework in these programs, and learn about career options, job growth and salary info for doctoral-level economics graduates.

Career Prospect
Economists can find work in both the public and private sector, performing work ranging from market research to financial analysis. Economists with a PhD may also become university professors.

The curriculum


The PhD is the primary research degree that can be taken in the Department of Computer Science. The doctoral program in computer science provides students with a deep foundation in the fundamental principles and practice of computer science through coursework and research. The program also prepares students to conduct novel research that advances the state of the art in the field of computer science. Students conduct research projects under the direction of a faculty mentor, culminating in the defence of a doctoral dissertation.

Career Prospect

Graduates of the program are expected to excel in research, teaching, and the practice of computer science.

The Curriculum

Course CodeCourse TitleCredit
CS01Advanced Stochastic3
CS02Advanced Wireless Networks3
CS03Experimental Design and Statistical Methods3
CS04Advanced Research Methodology3
CS06Advanced Design and Analysis of Algorithms3
CS07Simulation and Programming Paradigms and Platforms3
PhDC01Proposal Defense3
PhDC02Publication of a Research Proposal6
PhDC03Participation in an Academic Meeting3
PhDC04Public Seminar3
PhDC05Dissertation Defense18