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Short field trips and Traveling Classroom

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Courses offered in 2013 Academic Year

Schedule for Second Semester 2013 (  28th October 2013 - 7th March 2014)

Courses in Southeast Asian Studies

Instructor or Coordinator

Type of courses

2015706 MODERN SOUTHEAST ASIA: COLONIALISM, NATIONALISM AND DEMOCRATIZATION

Assoc. Prof. Sunait Chutintaranond, Ph.D.

Compulsory

2015710 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES

Mrs. Saikaew Thipakorn, Ph.D.

Compulsory

2015710 LITERATURE AND SOCIETY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Assoc. Prof. Montira Rato, Ph.D. / Mrs. Klairung Amaratisha, Ph.D.

Elective

2015736 ISLAM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

Mr. Srawut Aree, Ph.D.

Elective


Courses in Thai Studies
(which can be choose as 2 electives in Southeast Asian Studies Program)


Courses inThai Studies

Instructor or
Coordinator

Type of courses

2200603 Thai Buddhism

Assoc. Prof. Suwanna Satha-anand, Ph.D. / Ajarn Potpreecha Cholvijarn

Elective

2200602Contemporary Thailand

Asst. Prof. Carina Chotirawe, Ph.D.

Elective

2200620 Capitalism and Economic Development  in Thailand   

Assist. Prof. Winai Wongsurawat, Ph.D.

Elective


 

Special Course for Southeast Asian Studies

Instructor or
Coordinator

Type of courses

2015700 Special Research

Depends on your subject

For Plan B

2015750 Individual Studies

Depends on your subject

Elective

2015751 Directed Reading

Depends on your subject

Elective

2015811 Thesis

Depends on your subject

For Plan A

2015896 Comprehensive Exam

-

For Plan B

* Remark: Classroom and schedule will be informed later

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