Our elective courses


Introducing BSc Ecology, Evolution, & Biodiversity

Do you want to help solve some of the biggest global challenges facing our planet?

Goal 13: Climate action - The Global Goals

Then this course may be for you.

From environmental protection to an rational use and reproduction of natural resources. Join us as we explore the amazing planet Earth, from protection and use of land, mineral resources, water, forests, protected natural areas, flora and fauna, protection of atmospheric air.

What is Ecology?

Did you know that in Uzbekistan we have an Organization of environmental education, propaganda and education, as well as retraining and advanced training of specialists in the field of ecology and environmental protection?


Introducing BSc Computer science

Using coding and building computer models helps us understand complex data and predict how the Earth will behave in the future.

What is Computer Science?

Computer science degrees deal with the theoretical foundations of information and computation, taking a scientific and practical approach to computation and its applications. Computation is defined as any type of calculation or use of computing technology that follows well-defined models (such as algorithms and protocols) in the practice of information processing (which in turn is defined as the use of these models to transform data in computers).

Sustainable Development Goal 9 - Wikipedia

If you are interested in computing, then this course is for you

Computer science is considered by many to be a foundational science - one which makes other knowledge and achievements possible. The study of computer science involves systematically studying methodical processes (such as algorithms) in order to aid the acquisition, representation, processing, storage, communication of, and access to information. This is done by analyzing the feasibility, structure, expression and mechanization of these processes and how they relate to this information.

Introducing BSc Citizenship, Community, Service (CC) General Education

To complete this General Education requirement, you may choose one course among three categories: Citizenship, Community, and Service.  Click on the links for more information and for lists of eligible courses.

Sustainable Development Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions

Citizenship: In these courses, students study the emergence, development, operations, and/or the consequences of political systems in the Uzbekistan and/or other countries. These courses also focus on the rights and responsibilities of citizens and/or leaders within political, civic, or service organizations.

Community: These courses provide a critical perspective on issues of civil rights, self-representation, participatory politics, and/or similar issues of inclusiveness.

Service Learning: These courses include internships and/or independent studies. Through coursework and through active engagement in a service-earning experience, you will apply discipline specific, often interdisciplinary knowledge and critical thinking skills to community issues.