The American University of Armenia (AUA) opened its doors on September 21, 1991, the same day that the Armenian Parliament declared independence, with Agbabian appointed as President, Der Kiureghian as the Dean of Engineering, and Karamardian as the Dean of Business.
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) of the American University of Armenia (AUA) is registered with the National Institute of Health, the United States Department of Health and Human Services. The IRB functions under the guidance of the Office for Human Research Protection (OHRP), which provides regulatory oversight and clarifications on ethical issues in biomedical and social-behavioral research.
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The AUA’s AGBU Papazian Library was founded in 1991 the same year as AUA was established. It is named after the Papazian family, a generous benefactor of the American University of Armenia. Over 34,000 volumes of books and more than 211,000 e-books can be accessed through the library services. The Library has access to around 39,000 e-journals.
The American University of Armenia is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission
What’s good is a great culture and a lot of international students. What didn’t work was the situation in Lebanon (closing roads), and the University is in Beirut so it was a bit difficult to arrive to classes.
Even though from the start classes were held online it didn't disturb to serve qualified knowledge. Professors are well educated professionals and the material that we cover is useful. Even though I haven't fully felt the culture of that university still everything looks satisfying.
It was an amazing experience
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