ND 4000 Foundation for Graduate Studies
Introduction to Thai politics and administration, economics, business and society. Administrators’ ethics. Academic ethics. Personality, physical and mental health enrichment. The constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand. Thai language for communication. Academies report writing. Sufficiency economy and development.
LC 4001 Reading Skills Development in English for Graduate Studies
Essential grammar for the development English reading skills. Types of sentence, main sentences and supplementary clauses. Basic knowledge for the learning and improvement of English reading skills of academic texts and articles with special emphases on different types of reading comprehension such as reading for main ideas, summation, interpretation, contextual reading, skimming, sentence and paragraph association, and analytic reading.
LC 4002 Integrated English Language Skills Development
Integrated development of the four basic skills of academic English: listening, speaking, reading and writing.
CM 4000 Communication Ethics and Laws in Digital Era
This course focuses on ethics and laws related to communication in digital era, codes of conduct of mass media professions, the supervision of mass media by relevant organizations, roles of audience in supervision of mass media, media impact to society, and media literacy and digital literacy.
CM 6001 Communication Theory
This course will provide students with an understanding of communication theories and concepts, meanings and elements. Students enrolled in this course will gain insight into communication theories in different context including intrapersonal communication, interpersonal communication, organizational communication, intercultural communication, mass communication, marketing communication, sustainable communication and information communication technology. At the end of this course, students will
CM 6002 Creativity & Digital Storytelling
This course will provide the concept of positive psychology that boosts creative ability. The course will illustrate the different mental thinking systems, creative methods, and creative processes together with the notions of storytelling. These combination knowledge are essential aspects and beneficial in facilitating any communication project in relation to cultural, social, economic, and political developments at the macro and micro environment in the digital age.
CM 6003 Research Methodologies in Communication
This course will provide students with an understanding of communication research process in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods. Students will gain an overview of research design, methodology, data analysis, research proposal, research report, research articles and ethics in research.
CM 6004 Applied Digital Innovations
This course will offer a comprehensive introduction to a range of applied digital innovations for communications. Topics covered include human-computer interaction, interactive digital multimedia, mixed reality, visual tracking methods, computer vision, surveillance technology, big data in marketing communication, marketing analytics, social media analytics, search engine Optimization and Search engine Marketing, focusing on a new kinds of communication.
CM 7005 Reality Technologies and Rapid User Experience Design for Communication
This course will integrate a comprehensive introduction between reality technologies (such as augmented reality, virtual reality, diminished reality, etc.) and rapid user experience design, focusing on communication. The combination knowledges are beneficial in facilitating any recent communication project in the digital age to shape the dynamic world of new communications.
CM 7006 Technology and Communication Policy for Creative Industries
This course will offer a comprehensive introduction to a range of broadcasting and telecommunications technologies and the internet, enabling students to assess the economic and political issues surrounding each technology. Topics covered include capital investment in networks, how and why technologies change, strategic interests and communications, substitutable technologies and the creation of markets for creative industries.
CM 7007 Online Community Building Management
This courses will cover the range of strategies for online community management such as online community building for marketing efforts, online advertising management, data analytics for marketing activities, crisis management, and online community engagement. In addition, students will examine a multiple case studies and practices regarding online community management.
CM 7008 Startups: Digital Communication in Creative Industries
This course will focus on the notions of innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship, and communication management for enhancing Startups pursuing their passion in the creative industries. This course will also explore various contemporary issues that have significations to the Startups.
CM 7100 Special Topics in Communication and Innovation
Selected topic or emerging issue in communication and innovation based on the interests of students in the program to gained in depth knowledge.
CM 7101 Seminar in Contemporary Issues
The students can understand the meaning and significance of Cyberpsychology, Communication methods via new media which have psychological effects, personality and internet, internet therapy of cyber psychological problem, education and media and information literacy including case studies.
CM 7102 Innovative Digital Production Workshop
This course will organize several innovative digital production workshops to enhance their digital competencies and to prepare students for digital communications career.
CM 9000 Independent Study
Students are able to conduct research on the topic of their interest which directly and indirectly contribute to shaping the society at all levels including individual, family, community, nation, overall society and world society.
CM 9004 Thesis
Students select a topic of their special interest in the fields of communication and innovation for individual study and research under close supervision and guidance from their thesis advisor(s). This may include enrollment in certain theoretical courses that the thesis advisor(s) deem appropriate. Students must submit a research proposal and pass a thesis defence.