The academic departments at AUIS are the primary vehicle for fulfilling the University's mission. AUIS offers one preparatory program, 22 undergraduate programs including two dual degrees, and one master's degree, organized into two colleges and eight departments.
College of Dentistry
Bachelor of Dental Surgery new
College of Pharmacy
Bachelor of Pharmacy new
Concentration in Accounting
Concentration in Business Management
Concentration in Economics
Concentration in Finance
Concentration in Marketing
Minor in Business Administration
Minor in Business Management
Minor in Economics
Bachelor of Science, Human Resource Management new
Bachelor of Science, Digital Marketing and Social Media new
Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering new
Bachelor of Science, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Engineering new
Minor in English Journalism
Minor in English Literature
Minor in Gender Studies
Concentration in Web Systems
Minor in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science, Cybersecurity new
Minor in History
Minor in International Studies
Minor in Middle East Studies
Minor in Political Sciences
Bachelor of Arts, International Relations new
Minor in Mathematics
*Academic Preparatory Program (APP)
The Academic Preparatory Program (APP) prepares non-native English speaking high school graduates to enter the AUIS undergraduate program by teaching them academic English, critical thinking skills and study habits as well as math skills. APP’s goal is to ensure that upon completion of the Program, students have the necessary proficiency in English reading, speaking, and writing, as well as university-level math skills and awareness of academic cultural norms and expectations to succeed in their first year of undergraduate studies at AUIS.
A student’s major is his or her primary program of study, and it defines the degree earned by each student upon graduation.
A concentration is a 5-course program that allows students to explore a subject within their major field of study in more depth. Concentrations are optional, and only students in the major are eligible to take the accompanying concentrations.
A minor is a 5-course program of study in a specific subject that supplements a student’s major study. By taking certain electives, students with an interest in more than one field may earn a “minor” in a second
subject. Students may take a minor in any department.