Communication Arts

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Communication Arts

          The Communication Arts program aims to produce graduates with skills and abilities in communication arts. Graduates should possess knowledge of languages and use of technology to convey the information which will benefit various communication aspects. Graduates will be professionals in communication in Thailand and in international countries and also be conscience in professional ethics, moral and corporate social responsibilities.

 

Career Opportunities: Graduates can work in multimedia and mass media-related businesses, public relations, advertisement creation, media design, and as directors.


Communication Arts (CA)

1. Core Courses

Students must complete 45 credits from courses offered below.

055 110             English for Communication Arts   (3 credits)

055 120             History of Communications   (3 credits)

055 121             Multimedia Communications   (3 credits)

055 122             Ethics in Communications   (3 credits)

055 123             Spoken Communications   (3 credits)

055 130             Newspaper and Magazine Journal   (3 credits)

055 210             Creative Writing   (3 credits)

055 220             Research for Communications   (3 credits)

055 221             Music for Communications   (3 credits)

055 230             Radio Journalism and Broadcasting   (3 credits)

055 231             Television Journalism and Broadcasting   (3 credits)

055 241             Photography for Communication Arts   (3 credits)

055 324             Strategic Communications   (3 credits)

055 330             Communication Theory   (3 credits)

055 340             Theater and Film   (3 credits)


2. Communication Art Major Courses (CA-Major)

Students must complete 33 credits from courses offered below.

055 222             Professional Image Management   (3 credits)         

055 240             Multimedia Production   (3 credits)

055 242             Web Design and Development   (3 credits)

055 310             Phonetics, Diction and Linguistics   (3 credits)

055 311             Semantics   (3 credits)

055 312             Document Analysis and Criticism   (3 credits)

055 320             Persuasion and Argumentation   (3 credits)

055 321             Technology in Communications   (3 credits)

055 322             Mass Communications   (3 credits)

055 323             Communications in Public Relations   (3 credits)

055 341             Professional Presentations   (3 credits)

 

3. Major Elective Courses

Students choose to enroll one of the following 2 study tracts

3.1 Cooperative Education in Communication Arts (055 495and 9 more credits from courses listed below

3.2 Seminar in Communication Arts 055 491 (3 Credits) and Internship in Communication Arts 052 498 (3 Creditsand 12 more credits from listed below

055 313             Short Story Writing   (3 credits)

055 314             Playwriting and Screenwriting   (3 credits)

055 325             Interpersonal Communications   (3 credits)

055 326             Globalization in Communications   (3 credits)

055 342             Radio Production   (3 credits)

055 343             Television Production   (3 credits)

055 344             Broadcasting Regulations in Mass Communication   (3 credits)

055 345             Issues in Radio, Television and Film   (3 credits)

055 346             Studio Photography   (3 credits)

055 420             Campaign Planning and Management   (3 credits)

055 421             Signing for the Hearing Impaired Communication   (3 credits)

055 422             Crisis Management Communications   (3 credits)

055 423             Negotiation and Conflict Resolution   (3 credits)

055 430             Investigative Reporting   (3 credits)

055 440             Student Newspapers and Websites   (3 credits)

055 441             Student Literary Magazine   (3 credits)

055 442             Documentary Film   (3 credits)

055 491             Seminar in Communication Arts   (3 credits)

055 495             Cooperative Education in Communication Arts   (9 credits)

055 498             Internship in Communication Arts   (3 credits)

 

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