The Curriculum Structure

 1.1 General Education courses
 32 credits 
A) Language Group   12 credits 
B) Social Science Group  11 credits 
C) Science and Mathematics Group   9 credits 
 1.2   Required Courses, not less than  90 credits 
A) Fundamental Group   21 credits 
B) Compulsory Group     54 credits 
C) Course Elective Group  15 credits 
D) Cooperative Education Field Work       300 hours 
 1.3  Free Elective Group    6 credits 

Credit requirement to complete the program 128 credits in total  

 

 2.1  General  Education courses
   32 credits
A)  Language Group   12 credits - required
142–111        English I 3(2-2-5)
142–112        English II 3(2-2-5)
142–211        English II 3(2-2-5)
Another 3 credits is needed, choose either one below to complete the required 12 credits
142–113        Thoughts and Communication (Thai student only) 3(3-0-6)
142–114        Thai in Daily Life (Foreign student only)  3(3-0-6)
Additional elective courses that students may enrol as free elective courses
142–115        English for Basic Information Technology 3(2-2-5)
142–116        English for Art Appreciation 3(2-2-5)
142–117        Advanced Writing  3(2-2-5)
B)  Social Science Group   11 credits - required
142–131        Wisdom of Living  3(2-2-5)
142–132        Healthy Body and Mind 3(2-2-5)
142–133        Physical Education 1(0-2-1)
142–134        Co-Curricular Activities I   1(0-0-3)

Another 3 credits is needed, choose either one below to complete the required 12 credits

142–233        Co-Curricular Activities II 1(0-0-3)
142–234        Co-Curricular Activities III 1(0-0-3)
142–231        Man and Society 3(3-0-6)
142–232        Community Wisdom 3(2-2-5)
C) Science and Mathematics Group   9 credits - required
142–121        Science, Technology, and Society   3(3-0-6)

Another 6 credits is needed, choose either one below to complete the required 12 credits

142–122        Information Technology 3(2-2-5)
142–123        Social Media in Digital Age 3(2-2-5)
142–124        Creative Problem Solving 3(2-2-5)
142–221        Statistics in Daily Life 3(3-0-6)
142–222        Drugs, Health Products and Chemical Agents in Daily Life 3(3-0-6)
142–223        Information Searching and Presentation 3(2-2-5)
 2.2   Required Courses 
  90 credits
A)  Fundamental Group    21 credits
142–141        Drawing 3(1-4-4)
142–142        Computer Architecture and Operating System 3(3-0-6)
142–143        Principle of Art 3(2-2-5)
142–144        Digital Art and Photography   3(3-0-6)
142–241        Science for Design   3(2-2-5)
142–242        Project Management  3(2-2-5)
142–243        Laws and Ethics of Media Producer and Designer 3(3-0-6)
B) Compulsory Group   54 credits
142–251        Design Concept for Digital Media   3(2-2-5)
142–252        Media Technology and Application   3(2-2-5)
142–253        Computer Programming 3(2-2-5)
142–254        Computer 3D Modeling   3(2-2-5)
142–255        Light and Photography   3(2-2-5)
142–256        Human-Computer Interaction   3(3-0-6)
142–257        Database System 3(2-2-5)
142–351        Advanced Computer Programming 3(2-2-5)
142–352        Digital Video and Audio Editing   3(2-2-5)
142–353        3D Computer Animation   3(2-2-5)
142–354        Eco-Conscious Design 3(2-2-5)
142–355        Graphics Programming   3(2-2-5)
142–356        Advanced Graphics and Image Programming 3(2-2-5)
142–357        Advanced 3D Computer Animation   3(2-2-5)
142–358        Shading Lighting and Rendering   3(2-2-5)
142–359        Project in Digital Media and Animation I 3(0-9-0)
142–451        Project in Digital Media and Animation II 6(0-18-0)

C) Course Elective Group

 

15 credits

Student can choose either option I or II

Option I

 

Student who wishes to gain experience in Cooperative Education work must register to take the course 142-461(Cooperative Education in Digital Media), a 6 credits course plus any 9 more credits below.

142–361        Visual Effect Design and Implementation 3(2-2-5)
142–362        Drawing for Animation 3(2-2-5)
142–363        Game Design 3(2-2-5)
142–364        Web Programming and Web Database 3(2-2-5)
142–365        Game Programming 3(2-2-5)
142–366        Image Processing 3(2-2-5)
142–367        Business Administration 3(3-0-6)
142–368        Knowledge Management 3(3-0-6)
142–369        Communication Psychology and Consumer Behavior 3(3-0-6)
142–370        Electronic Commerce 3(3-0-6)
142–371        Media Design and Production 3(2-2-5)
142–372        Special Topic I (Sculpture) 3(2-2-5)
142–373        Special Topic II 3(3-0-6)
142–374        Film Making 3(2-2-5)
142–375        Portfolio for Presentation 3(2-2-5)
142–376        Virtual Reality 3(2-2-5)
142–377        Data Visualization 3(2-2-5)
142–378        Advanced Computer 3D Modeling 3(2-2-5)
142–379        Script Writing and Storyboarding 3(2-2-5)
142–380        Creative Mobile Programming and Application 3(2-2-5)
142–381        Online Television Series Production 3(1-4-4)
142–382        Modern Responsive Web Design 3(2-2-5)
142–383        Search Engine Optimization 3(2-2-5)
142–384        Game Development on Mobile Devices 3(2-2-5)
142–385        Motion Graphic Design 3(2-2-5)
142–461        Cooperative Education in Digital Media 6(0-0-18)

Option II

 

Student who wishes to gain experience on the internship must register to take the course 142–462 (Internship in Digital Media) at the minimum of 300 hours plus any 15 more credits as shown under option I listing.

142–462        Internship in Digital Media 

 

300 hours

 2.3 Free Elective Group
  6 credits

Student is allowed to choose any courses of their interest within or outside their degree program with the approval of their program advisor.

Explanations in the numeric subject title code numbers

Numeric numbers before the subject title consist of 6 digits number.  The first three represent departmental code, in this case is the University International College.  The fourth numeric number represent the academic year.  The fifth numeric number represent subject group for example 1, 2 or 3 is classified as the General Education group, 4 classified as fundamental group, 5 classified as compulsory group, 6 and 7 classified as Required Elective group.  The sixth numeric number represent the course sequential in that academic year.

Numeric numbers at the far right, example 3(3-0-6).  The first from left in front of the open bracket is the credit.  Inside the bracket from left is the number of hours studied per week in theory.  The middle digit inside the bracket is the number of hours on lab work, drill, or any hands on work.  The last digit inside the bracket is the number of hours per week estimated for student to do their own study.

 

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