Available disciplines

The General Study Program offers the first two years of university courses toward bachelor degrees in two disciplines: Economics & Commerce and Science & Engineering. 

Potential Transferable Majors in Science and Engineering

Disciplines

Majors

Transferable Credits (Max)

Transferable Credits

Degree

Engineering

Engineering Physics

60

30/45-60

Bachelor of Engineering and Science

Chemical Engineering

60

30/45-60

Materials Engineering

60

30/45-60

Computer Engineering

60

30/45-60

Electronics Engineering

60

30/45-60

Mechanical Engineering

60

30/45-60

Construction Engineering

60

30/45-60

Science

Physics

60

30/45-60

Bachelor of Science

Biology

60

30/45-60

Chemistry

60

30/45-60

Environmental Science

60

30/45-60

Computer Science

60

30/45-60

Mathematics

60

30/45-60

Actuarial Mathematics

60

30/45-60

 

 

 

 

 

Potential Transferable Majors in Commerce and Sociology

Disciplines

Majors

Transferable Credits (Max)

Transferable Credits

Degree

Commerce

Commerce and Economics

60

30/45-60

Bachelor of Commerce, Arts and Science

Accounting

60

30/45-60

Finance

60

30/45-60

Industrial Relations Management

60

30/45-60

International Trade and Business

60

30/45-60

Industrial Management

60

30/45-60

Marketing

60

30/45-60

Sociology

Economics

60

30/45-60

Bachelor of Arts, and Science

Environmental Science

60

30/45-60

Psychology

60

30/45-60

Human Resources Management

60

30/45-60

Tourist Management

60

30/45-60

Sociology

60

30/45-60

 

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