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Bachelor's Program 

The program consists of 132 credits, including a minimum of 30 credits for the coursework on General Education, 102 credits for Professional/Teaching Studies/Teaching Practice, and 6 credits for elective courses. Students usually spend four years in the program, with a minimum enrollment of eight consecutive sixteen-week semesters. Upon successful completion of the required coursework and teacher skills development element, students will be awarded the degree.

Areas of Specialization
1. Early Childhood Education
2. Elementary Education
3. Secondary Education
4. Non-Formal Education
5. Art Education
6. Business Education
7. Music Education
8. Counseling Psychology, Guidance and Special Education
9. Educational Technology
10. Health and Physical Education 

 

Master's Program  

The program consists of 36 credits: a minimum of 24 credits for the coursework and 12 credits for a thesis. Students may choose to complete a thesis (36 credits) instead of the coursework and thesis requirement of the regular program. However, non-credit courses may additionally be required, as recommended by the program committee. A presentation of a research study in and academic/electronic journal and/or a presentation of the thesis at a local/international conference is also required. The applicant must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited university. He/she must earn a minimum grade point average of 2.5 (on the 4.0 grade scale) and/or have completed at least 2 years work experience in a related field. In addition, he/she is to meet the entrance requirements of the university graduate school. 

Areas of Study
1. Development Education
2. Educational Research Methodology
3. Music Education
4. Educational Statistics
5. Educational Measurement and Evaluation
6. Educational Psychology
7. Elementary Education
8. Early Childhood Education
9. Science Education
10. Mathematics Education
11. Teaching Thai Language
12. Teaching English as a Foreign Language (International Program) 
13. Teaching Social Studies
14. Health and Physical Education
15. Educational Management  
16. Supervision and Curriculum Development
17. Art Education
18. Educational Technology and Communications
19. Non-Formal Education
20. Curriculum and Instruction
21. Higher Education


Doctoral Program   

The program consists of 60 credits: a minimum of 24 credits for the coursework and 36 credits for the dissertation. Students must also fulfill two additional requirements: pass a qualifying examination and publish research in a peer-reviewed academic journal and/or present a dissertation at an international conference. Applicants must hold a master's degree from an accredited university. He/she must earn a minimum grade point average of 3.5 (on the 4.0 point scale) and/or have at least 2-3 years working experience in a related field. In addition, he/she must meet the entrance requirements of the university graduate school.

Areas of Study
1. Educational Research Methodology
2. Educational Measurement and Evaluation
3. Health and Physical Education
4. Educational Management
5. Educational Technology and Communications
6. Non-Formal Education
7. Curriculum and Instruction 
8. Development Education
9. Early Childhood Education
10. Art Education
11. Higher Education