"Contesting Nature in Central Asia"
Central Asian Studies Institute (CASI) Fifth Annual Conference "Contesting Nature in Central Asia" at the American University of Central Asia. Date: September 16-17, 2016. The relationship between humans and their environments is central to both natural and social sciences, yet the fundamental distinction between ‘nature’ and ‘culture’ is the reason behind segregation of knowledge into two distinct spheres. ‘Nature’ is often utilised as shorthand for unchanging laws of existence, the inexorable materiality of being, for inevitability, determinism and teleology.
Master's of Science in Economics
The Economics department of the American University of Central Asia is proud to offer a full-time two year MSc program in Economics, beginning in the Fall of 2016. Our MSc in Economics Program satisfies the highest international standards of education and is similar in content to the Master’s programs of the best American and European economics departments.
LL.M program at AUCA
The Law Division of American University of Central Asia is proud to announce on launching two-years LL.M program. The program accepts applications to start this fall semester 2016. The four semester program will be conducted in a monthly intensive module format to make it accessible to mid-career professionals with limited free time.