传媒艺术

文学学士学位 (B.A.) 传媒艺术专业

传媒艺术专业旨在培养具有传媒艺术技能和能力的毕业生。毕业生应具备语言知识和使用技术来传达信息的能力,这将有利于交流的各个方面。毕业生将是泰国或国际国家的传播专业人士,并且职业道德和企业社会责任方面也要有良心。

就业机会

毕业生可以从事与多媒体和大众媒体相关的业务,公共关系,广告创作,媒体设计以及担任导演的工作。

 Communication Arts (CA) 

Qualification of Applicants

1. Thai Applicants

1.1. Admission Channels

1.1.1 Thai students who have completed Matthayom 6 or equivalent in the Thai education system can apply through the following channels: Portfolio Admission (TCAS1), KKU Quota (TCAS2), Nation Wide Direct Admission (TCAS3), Admission (TCAS4), and KKUIC Direct Admission and TCAS5.

1.1.2 Thai students who have completed Grade 12 from abroad or an equivalent degree from a non-Thai educational system can apply through the KKUIC Direct Admission channel (the opening will be announced periodically 2-3 times a year) and TCAS5.

1.2 Qualifications

1.2.1 Completed Matthayom 6 or Grade 12 (non-Thai educational system) or an equivalent degree.

1.2.2 GPAX 5 Semester ≥ 2.00 out of 4.00 or GPAX 6 Semester ≥2.00 out of 4.00 or equivalent

1.2.3 Valid English test result: IELTS ≥ 5.0; or TOEFL Paper-based ≥ 500, TOEFL Computer-based ≥ 173, TOEFL Internet-based ≥ 61; or SAT Reading and Writing Part ≥ 450

1.2.4 Applicants without the scores in section 1.2.3 can apply but will have to take the KKUIC direct admission examination, so called the International College English Placement Test (ICEPT).

2. Foreign Applicants

2.1. Admission Channels

2.1.1 Foreign students who have completed Grade 12 or an equivalent degree from a non-Thai educational system can apply through the KKUIC Direct Admission channel (the opening will be announced periodically 2-3 times a year) and TCAS5.

2.2. Qualifications

2.2.1 Completed Grade 12 or submitted the GED score for an applicant with a vocational degree (acceptable threshold ≥ 580 points; with ≥ 145 points for each section)

2.2.2 GPAX 5 Semester ≥ 2.00 out of 4.00 or GPAX 6 Semester ≥2.00 out of 4.00 or equivalent

2.2.3 For non-native English speaking applicants, valid English test result: IELTS ≥ 5.0; or TOEFL Paper-based ≥ 500, TOEFL Computer-based ≥ 173, TOEFL Internet-based ≥ 61; or SAT Reading and Writing Part ≥ 450

2.2.4 Applicants without the scores in section 2.2.3 can apply but will have to take the KKUIC direct admission examination, so called the International College English Placement Test (ICEPT).

3. Application Process

3.1 Admission channels:

Portfolio Admission (TCAS 1)

KKU Quota/Northeast Admissions (TCAS 2)

Nationwide Direct Admission (TCAS 3)

Admission 2019 (TCAS 4)

KKUIC Direct Admission (TCAS 5)  

3.2 Important documents to be uploaded:

1) A photo size 3×4 cm with no hat or sunglasses, taken no longer than 6 months ago. (Stickers / Scanned photos are not allowed)Your name printed in capital letters on the back of each photo.

2) A copy of ID card or Alien certificate or Passport

3) A copy of Housing registration (For Thai applicant only)

4) A copy of academic transcripts (GPAX) or an equivalent document

5) A copy of English proficiency test score: IELTS, TOFEL, and SAT (If any)

6) A recommendation letter from the institute where the high school degree was attained (If any)

7) A copy of name change certificate (If any)

3.3 Application fee:

TCAS 1, 2, 3, and 4 (the rate according to the KKU announcement and paid via QR code)

KKUIC Direct Admission and TCAS 5 (1,500 THB paid online by credit card)

4. Tuition Fee
Whole program (4 years, 8 semesters); Thai students 40,000 baht per semester; International students 50,000 per semester
**Note: Admission fee of 10,000 baht is paid only once for the first semester of year 1. The stated fees do not include the fee for a pre-college preparation course which will be applied when the student is accepted under conditions.

First Semester

049 xxx           Second Foreign Language

049 004           Critical Reading and Writing

049 021           Aesthetics of Life

049 022           Wellness Dimension

049 041           Information Literacy

055 110           English for Communication Arts

Second Semester

049 xxx           Second Foreign Language

049 003           Academic English

049 032           Globalization Studies

049 031           Multiculturalism

049 042           Research Applications for Problem Solving

055 120           History of Communications

First Semester

055 121           Multimedia Communications

055 221           Music for Communications

055 230           Radio Journalism and Broadcasting

055 240           Multimedia Production

055 321           Technology in Communications

055 330           Communication Theory

Second Semester

055 122           Ethics in Communications

055 123           Spoken Communications

055 241           Photography for Communication Arts

055 242           Web Design and Development

055 231           Television Journalism and Broadcasting

055 210           Creative Writing

055 222           Professional Image Management

First Semester

055 130            Newspaper and Magazine Journal

055 220            Research for Communications

055 322            Mass Communications

055 340           Theater and Film

055 310            Phonetics, Diction and Linguistics

055 320            Persuasion and Argumentation

Second Semester

055 311           Semantics

055 312           Document Analysis and Criticism

055 323           Communications in Public Relations

055 324           Strategic Communications

055 341           Professional Presentations

xxx xxx           Free Elective Course 3 credits

First Semester

Track 1

055 495           Cooperative Education in Communication Arts

Track 2

055 498           Internship in Communication Arts

xxx xxx           Major Elective Course 6 credits

Second Semester

055 491           Seminar in Communication Arts

xxx xxx           Major Elective Course 6 credits

xxx xxx           Free Elective Course 3 credits

Major Elective Courses

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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