DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM

Doctor of Philosophy Program in Communication Arts and Innovation

Doctor of Philosophy Program in Communication Arts and Innovation


The Ph.D. Program in Communication Arts and Innovation is an advanced program that integrates and applies innovation, concept, new modern communication technology with other areas of disciplines. The program presents innovative body of knowledge in Communication Arts in the modern age in different perspective from the past, and presents a perspective of innovation in a broader picture, which integrates to produce a new generation of Communication Arts professionals with sound theoretical knowledge as well as high potential and intellectual prowess in research, planning, evaluation, and applicable work development.

  • Plan 1 (1.1) – Thesis: 48 Credits
  • Plan 2 (2.1) – Thesis: 54 Credits
  • Plan 2 (2.2) – Thesis: 90 Credits


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career opportunities


  • Executive Administration in Communication both public and private sectors
  • Lecturers in Colleges and Universities
  • Officers in Government Office or Organizations who have knowledge in Communication
  • Politicians and Political Public Servants
  • Advisors in Communication
  • Experts in Communication
  • Freelances

Program structure

#CoursesPlan 1 (1.1)
Plan 2 (2.1)
Plan 2 (2.2)
1Supplementary Foundation Courses
2 courses Non credit
2 courses Non credit
2 courses Non credit
2Foundation Courses
--24 Credits
3Core Courses
Non credit
6 Credits
6 Credits
4Research Methodology Courses
Non credit
6 Credits
6 Credits
5Selective Courses
Non credit
6 Credits
6 Credits
6Qualifying Examination
Required
Required
Required
7Dissertation
48 Credits
36 Credits
48 Credits

รวม48 Credits
54 Credits
90 Credits
Doctor of Philosophy Program in Communication Arts and Innovation

Doctor of Philosophy Program in Communication Arts and Innovation

The Ph.D. Program in Communication Arts and Innovation is an advanced program that integrates and applies innovation, concept, new modern communication technology with other areas of disciplines. The program presents innovative body of knowledge in Communication Arts in the modern age in different perspective from the past, and presents a perspective of innovation in a broader picture, which integrates to produce a new generation of Communication Arts professionals with sound theoretical knowledge as well as high potential and intellectual prowess in research, planning, evaluation, and applicable work development.

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Semester

  • Semester 1      August to December
  • Semester 2      January to May
  • Semester 3      June to July

Instruction Schedule

  • Saturday and Sunday, 09.00 AM to 04.00 PM


Tuition Fee

Regular Program

  • Plan 1 (1.1)  : 541,500
  • Plan 2 (2.1)  : 667,500
  • Plan 2 (2.2)  : 973,500


English Program

  • Plan 1 (1.1)  : 829,500
  • Plan 2 (2.1)  : 931,500
  • Plan 2 (2.2)  : 1,225,500


Detail Admission :

http://gscm.nida.ac.th/en/admission.php