Program Requirements

The Number of Credits  

In order to graduate from the Bachelor of Economics Program in Economics, students are required to complete at least 130 credits.

 

(1)  General Education   at least 30 credits
 In five themes:      
    -  Wellness       6 credits
    -  Entrepreneurship           3 credits
    -  Language and Communication     13 credits
    -  Thai Citizen and Global Citizen     5 credits
    -  Aesthetics   3 credits
 (2)  Department Requirement     at least 94 credits
    -  Core courses                66 credits
    -  Electives  courses at least 28 credits
 (3)  Free Electives at least 6 credits
       
Course      
(1) General Education at least 30 credits
    1.1 Wellness   Theme   6 credits
        - 01175xxx Physical Education   1 credits
        And students are required to enroll in additional 5 credits of Wellness courses from the General Education field.
    1.2 Entrepreneurship Theme   3 credits
        Students are required to enroll in 3 credits of the Entrepreneurship courses from the General Education field.
    1.3 Language and Communication Theme      
        - Thai  Language      
        Students are required to enroll in 3 credits of Thai language course from the Language field. 
        - Information/Computer      
        Students are required to enroll in 1 credits of Information/Computer course from the General Education field. 
        - Language electives (one language)  at least 9 credits
        Students are required to enroll in at least 9 credits of  foreign Language courses from the Language field. All 9 credits must be of the same language.
    1.4 Thai Citizen and Global Citizen Theme              5 credits
        - 01999111 Knowledge of the land   2 credits
        And students are required to enroll in additional 3 credits of Thai Citizen and Global Citizen courses from the General Education field. 
    1.5 Aesthetics Theme   3 credits
        Students are required to enroll in 3 credits of Aesthetics courses from the General Education field. 
(2) Department Requirement   at least 94 credits
    2.1  Core Courses   66 credits
        2.1.1  Economics   63 credits
                01101171        Mathematical Economics I   3 credits
                01101181        Microeconomics I   3 credits
                01101182        Macroeconomics I   3 credits
                01101221        Managerial Economics   3 credits
                01101231        Labour and Industrial Economics   3 credits
                01101232        Introductory Transportation Economics   3 credits
                01101251        Money and Banking   3 credits
                01101261        Introduction to Natural Resource and Environmental Economics   3 credits
                01101271        Mathematical Economics II     3 credits
                01101272        Economics Statistics I   3 credits
                01101281        Microeconomics II   4 credits
                01101282        Macroeconomics II   4 credits
                01101311        Economics of Development and Planning   3 credits
                01101312        Thai Economy   3 credits
                01101341        International Economics   3 credits
                01101351        Public Finance   3 credits
                01101371        Economics Statistics II   3 credits
                01101372        Econometrics I   4 credits
                01101381        History of Economic Thought   3 credits
                01101491        Research Methods in Economics   3 credits
        2.1.2  Non-Economics core courses   3 credits
                01130101        General Accounting     3 credits
   or         01130102        Accounting for Non - Accountant       
    2.2  Elective Courses   28 credits
        2.2.1  Economics electives   22 credits
                2.2.1.1) Students choose one group as major from eight available groups. Students must enroll in at least 16 credits to complete the major requirement, by enrolling in at least 12 credits of elective courses, one Seminar course
                01101497        Seminar   1 credits
                and one 3-credit course from the following:      
                01101496        Selected Topics in Economics   3 credits
   or         01101498        Special Problem   3 credits
   or         choosing a course in the same group          
                2.2.1.2) Students choose 6 credits from groups other than their major group. For Economic elective courses (2.2.1), students must choose at least 6 credits from these following courses  
                1.)  Economics of Development and Planning      
                01101313          Economic History   3 credits
                01101314        Economic Development   3 credits
                01101315        Rural Economics        3 credits
                01101316        Urban Economics      3 credits
                01101411        Economic Planning      3 credits
                01101412        Regional Economics       3 credits
                01101413        Project Preparation and Evaluation     3 credits
                01101414        Economic Administration            3 credits
                01101415        Economic Development of ASEAN Countries     3 credits
                01101416        Economics of Poverty and Inequality   3 credits
                01101417        Comparative Economic Development   3 credits
                01101418        Comparative Economic Systems   3 credits
                2.)  Business Economics      
                01101321        Financial Business Economics      3 credits
                01101421        Business Economic Forecasting      3 credits
                01101422        Economics of Financial Risk Management   3 credits
                01101423        Marketing Business Economics       3 credits
                01101424        Business Economics of Strategy     3 credits
                01101425        Business Economic Ethics        3 credits
                01101426        Real Estate Business Economics   3 credits
                3.)  Human Resources and Industrial Economics      
                01101331        Economics of Industrial Organization     3 credits
                01101332        Economics of Human Resources      3 credits
                01101333        Logistic Management Economics      3 credits
                01101334        Intermediate Transportation Economics   3 credits
                01101335        Labour Market Analysis   3 credits
                01101336        Economics of Renumeration    3 credits
                01101431        Economics of Industrialization       3 credits
                01101432        Game Theory and Its Applications in Industrial Economics   3 credits
                01101433        Labour Economics         3 credits
                01101434        Public Utilities Economics   3 credits
                01101435        International Transportation      3 credits
                4.)  International Economics      
                01101441        International Trade Policy    3 credits
                01101442        Economics of International Competition     3 credits
                01101443        Theory of International Finance       3 credits
                01101444        International Finance Policy         3 credits
                01101445        Economics of International Investment      3 credits
                01101446        Economics of International Integration      3 credits
                5.)  Monetary Economics and Public Finance       
                01101451        Monetary Theory and Policy   3 credits
                01101452        Financial Market Theory   3 credits
                01101453        Economics of Monetary Fluctuations   3 credits
                01101454        Financial Institutions and the Economy   3 credits
                01101455        Fiscal Theory and Policy   3 credits
                01101456        Economics of Government Expenditure   3 credits
                01101457        Economics of Government Revenue   3 credits
                01101458        Wealth Theory   3 credits
                6.)   Natural Resources and Environmental Economics   3 credits
                01101361        Natural Resource Economics      
                01101362        Environmental Economics   3 credits
                01101363  Resources Utilization   3 credits
                01101461  Natural Resources and Environment   3 credits
                01101462  Energy Resources Economics   3 credits
                01101463        Ecological Economics   3 credits
                7.)  Quantitative Economics      
                01101373  Mathematical Economics III   3 credits
                01101471  Mathematical Programming for Economic Applications   3 credits
                01101472  Operations Research for Economic Applications   3 credits
                01101473  Input - Output Analysis   3 credits
                01101474  Econometrics II   3 credits
                01101475        Mathematical Economics IV   3 credits
                01101476        Microeconometrics   3 credits
                01101477        Application of Computer Program for Economic Analysis   3 credits
                8.)   Economic Theory       
                01101382  Microeconomics III   3 credits
                01101383  Macroeconomics III   3 credits
                01101481  Welfare Economics   3 credits
                01101482  Economic Growth and Stability   3 credits
                01101483  Political Economics   3 credits
                01101484  Contemporary Political Economics   3 credits
                01101485  Buddhist Economics   3 credits
        2.2.2  Non-Economic electives      6 credits
Students choose 6 credits from one field outside of the Economics program.      
3) Free Electives at least 6 credits
The total of 137 credits required for graduation comprise 6 types of courses: general, core, major, major electives, elective and free electives. The number of recommended credits for each type and their compositions are showed below.