Undergraduate Program

Bachelor of Arts and Science

Bachelor of Arts and Science

The Academic offers include 9 Arts majors and 6 Science minors , so your degree will surely reflect your interests and strengths.

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into Art and Science, this is the best University for you.

Science Majors

Science Departments are to present science as a rational and systematic observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanation of natural phenomena. Application of these principles in the natural sciences to include physics, chemistry, biology, geology, astronomy, and ecology will be emphasized.


B.Sc. (Physics)


B.Sc. (Chemistry)


B.Sc. (Maths)


B.Sc. (Zoology)


B.Sc. (Botany)


B.Sc. (Geology)

Contact Info

Taunggyi University

Between West Circular and
Bogyoke Aung San Road,
Chan Thar Quarter,
Taunggyi, Myanmar



Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 4:00P.M.

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Arts Majors

Degree programs in the Arst Departments are defined by the faculty and were developed through the following objectives:

  • To offer programs of concentrated study that are sensitive to the needs of students and relate to the overarching goals of the university.
  • To ensure well-organized, coherent programs that provide opportunities for synthesis and integration across courses within those programs.


B.A. (Myanmar)


B.A (Eng)


B.A. (Hist)


B.A. (Law)


B.A. (Philosophy)


B.A. (Psychology)


B.A. (Geography)

Oriental Studies

B.A. (Ori Studies)


B.A. (Economics)

Why Study Here?

Not only does University provide you the practical skills that is necessary to transition seamlessly into the workforce upon your graduation, but we also make sure that you will have a good sense of social justice so that you make the transition responsibly.

The Arts & Science Departments are also committed to the concept that science has a practical application and has to be understood in a larger cultural context. It is through inquiry that students are able to view science as an interdisciplinary study applicable to society.