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Master of Arts Program in Southeast Asian Studies

Program
TH: หลักสูตรศิลปศาสตรมหาบัณฑิต สาขาเอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ศึกษา
EN: Master of Arts Program in Southeast Asian Studies


Degree
TH: ศิลปศาสตรมหาบัณฑิต (เอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ศึกษา)
EN: Master of Arts (Southeast Asian Studies)


Philosophy
Master of Arts Program in Southeast Asian Studies is the Interdisciplinary study research which is related to “Southeast Asian” in all dimensions, thinking system, philosophy, civilization, history, economy, politics, social, culture, ethnic, religions, languages, environment , etc. Philosophies and goals are 
1.To develop human recourse in Southeast Asian research for responding to the national education and development policies.
2.To develop acknowledgement and interdisciplinary research related to both national and international Southeast Asian regions.
3.To connect with both national and international Southeast Asian networks.


Desirable Characteristics of the Course
Qualifications shall be as indicated in Walailak University Regulation on Graduate Degrees B.E. 2560.. Submission of the proposal to the program’s committee is required for the process of application.


Career path
Graduates will be able to pursue careers in academician, potential researcher and Southeast Asian lecturer in the universities.


Study path
study doctoral degree in related fields, both local and international universities.


Fees
15,000 Bath/trimester


Program structure

Plan A1      
1. Required Courses  
  – Seminar Courses* (2) credits
2. Elective Courses – credit
3. Thesis 12 credits

Remark * Seminar Courses are non-credit course

     
       
Plan A2      
1. Required Courses  
  – Epistemology Courses 3 credits
 

– Introduction Courses*

  (2) credits
  – Seminar Courses* (2) credits
2. Elective Courses 3 credits
3. Thesis 6 credits

Remark * Introduction Courses and Seminar Courses are non-credit course

     
       
Plan B      
1. Required Courses  
  – Epistemology Courses 3 credits
 

– Introduction Courses*

  (2) credits
2. Elective Courses 7 credits
3. Independent Study 2 credits

Remark * Introduction Courses are non-credit course

 

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