LIST OF PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS FOR DEGREE STUDIES IN 2019/2020 ACADEMIC YEAR

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

  • Fall semester: September to January
  • Spring semester: February to June

APPLICATION PERIODS FOR 2019-2020 ACADEMIC YEAR

Programs Fall semester Spring semester
Undergraduate May 01 – July 15
Graduate May 01- July 15 October 01-December 15
Exchange student May 01- July 15 October 01-December 15
Internship Through the year Through the year

DEGREE PROGRAM

Who can apply

An individual of foreign nationality with a high school diploma, who meets all the requirements for undergraduate programs, a Bachelor’s degree for Master programs, and a Master’s degree for PhD programs.

The courses are divided into foundation course, major courses and elective courses. The course unit is a credit hour. NUM offers free elective courses for students based on their own interests and wishes. Courses can be chosen within their majors, minors and double major courses and even in their interested schools or faculties at the NUM. In order to improve competitiveness of its students at the labor market and increase the prestige of its education, NUM offers students to specialize minors in addition to their majors which are comprised of not less than 30 credits.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Overview

The National University of Mongolia offers free elective courses for students based on their own interests and wishes. These courses can be chosen within their major minors and double major courses and even in their interested schools or faculties at the NUM. More than 90 degree programs are open to students all over a range of academic levels.

Free choice

NUM offers free elective courses for students based on their own interests and wishes. These courses can be chosen within their major minors and double major courses and even in their interested schools or faculties at the NUM.

Minors

In order to improve competitiveness of its students at the labor market and increase prestige of its education, NUM offers students to specialize minors in addition to their majors which are comprised of not less than 30 credits.

Double majors

NUM enables its students to specialize in double majors during their studies. Besides improving their competitiveness at the labor market, NUM motivates its students to sharpen their academic skills and competency and work hard towards success. The students who have attended all the foundation courses and obtained 1/3 credits of major courses with a GPA of 3.2 or above will be permitted to specialize in double major.

Program duration

4 academic years for undergraduate, 5 academic years for undergraduate

Programs

No.

Name of School

Departments Undergraduate programs
1. School of Arts and Sciences Division of Natural Sciences Department of Mathematics

Department of Physics

Department of Chemistry

Department of Biology

Department of Geography

Department of Geology and Geophysics

  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics teacher
  • Natural science teacher
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Biochemistry
  • Biology resource
  • Biotechnology
  • Ecology
  • Geophysics
  • Geography
  • Geology
  • Remote sensing
  • Urban and regional planning
  • Land management
Division of Humanities Department of Philosophy and Religion studies

Department of History

Department of Mongolian Language studies

Department of Literature and Art studies

Department of British and American studies

Department of European studies

Department of Asian studies

  • Philosophy
  • Archaeology
  • History
  • Religion studies
  • Literature
  • Linguistics
  • Literature studies
  • Art studies
  • Area studies
  • Mongolian language teacher
  • Literature
  • Education
  • Social science education teacher
  • Foreign language education teacher
  • Foreign language translation
Division of Social Sciences

Department of Anthropology and Archaeology

Department of Economics

Department of Education and Psychology

Department of Journalism and Public Relations

Department of Sociology and Social Work

Department of Political Science

  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • Journalism
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Social work
  • Archive studies
  • Political studies

 

2.

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Department of Applied Mathematics

 

Department of Information and Computer Science

 

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

 

Department of Environmental Sciences and Chemical Engineering

  • Statistics
  • Applied mathematics
  • Applied chemistry
  • Chemical engineering
  • Computer science
  • Information technology
  • Information system
  • Communication technology
  • Renewable energy
  • Electronic system automation
  • Nuclear engineering
  • Material science
  • Bioengineering
  • Nano science, engineering
  • Nature conservation technology
  • Forest process technology
  • Environmental studies
  • Hydrology and   Meteorology
3.  

 

 

 

Business School

 

 

  • Accounting
  • Finance and Banking
  • Marketing
  • Trade
  • Business administration
  • Management
  • Insurance
  • Hospitality
  • Tourism
4. School of International relations and public administration
  • International Relations
  • Public Administration
5. School of Law
  • Legal studies

 

Tuition fee

The tuition fees are comparatively low than other foreign universities and institutions.

Courses Credits /year/ Cost per credit Tuition fee /year/
Mongolian language program 21 325.700MNT 6.840.000MNT
Undergraduate /Bachelor/ 30 234.500MNT 7.035.000MNT
Graduate /Master/ 16 456.000MNT 7.296.000MNT
Graduate /Doctorate/ 16 495.100MNT 7.920.400MNT

GRADUATE PROGRAM

Master program

A regular master program at the NUM is comprised of 32 credits. The duration of master programs is 2-2.5 years. Students who wish to pursue their master studies in a different field from their background may attend preparation courses before entering into master programs. The preparation courses will last 2 semesters. The formal admission for a master program is 120 credits from a recognized higher education institution. the M.A/M.Sc. degrees are awarded after successful completion of required programs.

Curriculum

  1. Research master’s degree

Total course load is 30 credit hours including research thesis and additional research work of 4crdit hours. Regarding the core course, it is structured for the general education as 3 credit hours, major course as 6 credit hours and major specific course as 8 credit hours respectively.

  1. Major specific master’s degree

Total course load is 32 credit hours. The major specific master’s degree does not require thesis work and credit hours are fulfilled via internship. Regarding the core course, it is structured for the general education as 4 credit hours, major course as 12 credit hours, major specific course as 12 credit hours and practicums as 4credit hours respectively.

  1. Pre-master’s pathway

Applicants whose undergraduate and master’s degree are obtained in different fields and are eligible from the entrance examination are accepted conditionally and shall be enrolled to postgraduate programs upon the completion of a program set forth in 3.7.2, 3.8.3 of the General procedures on graduate training of NUM.

Master Programs

No Schools Programs Research Major specific
1 DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Natural resources management +
2 Remote-sensing in Environmental studies +
3 Biology +
4 Biological education +
5 Biological education + +
6 Biotechnology +
7 Biophysics +
8 Biochemistry +
9 Geography +
10 Land planning +
11 Geographic education + +
12 Land cadaster +
13 Geology/ Geology and mineral resources management + +
14 DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GEOLOGY/Mineral exploration + +
15 Geology/Ore geology + +
16 Geophysics + +
17 Mathematics + +
18 Mathematics education + +
19 Molecular biology +
20 Space studies +
21 Physics +
22 Physics education + +
23 Chemistry +
24 Chemistry education + +
25 Urban and regional planning +
26 Pedology +
27 Ecology +
1 DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND  SCIENCES Career studies /interdisciplinary/ +
2 Anthropology + +
3 Archeology +
4 Education studies +
5 Social work + +
6 Sociology + +
7 Journalism + +
8 Psychology +
9 Political science + +
10 Economics + +
11 Demography +
1 DIVISION OF HUMANITIES, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Philosophy of Buddhism +
2 Linguistics of Foreign languages + +
3 Foreign language education + +
4 Translation of foreign language + +
5 International and country studies + +
6 History +
7 Art studies + +
8 Literature + +
9 Philosophy + +
10 Linguistics + +
11 Religious studies +
1 SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES Environmental protection technology +
2 Bio-engineering +
3 Bio-informatics +
4 Database simulation management +
5 Computer networks +
6 Computer science +
7 Computational linguistics +
8 Material studies, new material technology +
9 Information system +
10 Information technology +
11 Nano science, nano-engineering +
12 Forestry, forest management + +
13 Software +
14 Statistics + +
15 Renewable energy +
16 Water studies + +
17 Chemical engineering +
18 Environmental studies +
19 Applied mathematics +
20 Applied chemistry +
21 Climatology + +
22 Nuclear technology +
23 Nuclear energy +
24 Electronics +
1 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Tourism management + +
2 Business management + +
3 Foreign trade and customs management + +
4 Hospitality + +
5 Marketing + +
6 Accounting + +
7 Finance + +
8 Real estate valuation + +
9 Trade + +
10 Human resource management +
1 SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Regional studies + +
2 Public management + +
3 International relations + +
4 International economic relations +
1 SCHOOL OF LAW International law + +
2 Legal studies + +

Doctors program

A regular PhD program at the NUM is comprised of 30 credits for required courses and 30 credits for research /18 credits for research, 12 credits of dissertation/. The duration of doctor program is three to four years equal to 6-8 semesters. Students who hold M. A/M.Sc. degrees from recognized institutions are eligible to enroll in PhD programs.

No Schools Programs
1 DIVISION OF NATURAL SCIENCES, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Biology
2 Biochemistry
3 Geography
4 Geology
5 Geophysics
6 Mathematics
7 Physics
8 Chemistry
9 Ecology
1 DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Anthropology
2 Archaeology
3 Education studies
4 Social work
5 Sociology
6 Journalism
7 Psychology
8 Politics
9 Economics
1 DIVISION OF HUMANITY SCIENCES, SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Buddhist philosophy
2 Foreign language linguistics
3 Foreign language translation
4 International and country studies
5 History
6 Art studies
7 Literature
8 Philosophy
9 Linguistics
10 Religious studies
1 SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES Bio-engineering
2 Computer sciences
3 Information technology
4 Nano science, Nano-engineering
5 Forestry and forest management
6 Software
7 Environmental studies
8 Applied mathematics
9 Applied chemistry
10 Climatology
11 Nuclear technology
1 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Business administration
1 SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Public administration
2 International relations
1 SCHOOL OF LAW Legal studies