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Unformatted text preview: TABLE OF CONTENTS University Calendar 5 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------General Information 9 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Facilities and Services 11 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Admissions and Financial Information 15 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Academic Information 20 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Student Affairs 25 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Office of International Affairs 32 Bachelor’s Degree Programs Matin de Tour School of Management and Economics 34 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Theodore Maria School of Arts 104 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------School of Music 130 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Albert Laurence School of Communication Arts 146 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design 176 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Vincent Mary School of Engineering 194 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Vincent Mary School of Science and Technology 218 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Faculty of Biotechnology 228 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Faculty of Law 242 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Bernadette de Lourdes School of Nurse Science 248 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course Description 254 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Admission Schedule 2018 - 2019 433 ( The information contained in this publication is accurate at the time of its publication July 2018 ) Undergraduate Calendar ACADEMIC YEAR 2018 Semester 1/2018 (August 6 - December 31, 2018) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Month Date Activities ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------AUGUST 1 Academic Year 2018 Semester 1/2018 begins 2018 6 Classes begin 12 HM Queen’s Birthday (Holiday - no classes) 13 Substitution for HM Queen’s Birthday (Holiday - no classes) 15 Assumption Day to honour “The Seat of Wisdom” 20 Registration Deadline: last day for late registration, withdrawal without record, and 50% refund 22 Retrieve and download registered student namelists via internet for class attendance checklists ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SEPTEMBER 2 Submission of Mid-term Examination Papers 2018 6 Waikru Ceremony 26 Last day of classes before Mid-term Examination 27 Mid-term Exam (till Friday October 5, 2018) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------OCTOBER 8 Classes resume 2018 13 King Bhumibol Memorial Day (Holiday - no classes) 19 Mid-term grades due 23 Chulalongkorn Memorial Day (Holiday - no classes) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NOVEMBER 5 Submission of Final Examination Papers 2018 15 Registration Deadline: Last day to withdraw with ‘W’ 22 Loy Kratong Day 27 Retrieve and download registered student namelists via internet for eGrading 30 Last day of classes before Final Examination ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DECEMBER 3 Final Examination (till December 19, 2018) 2018 5 Birthday Anniversary of King Bhumibol (Holiday - no classes) 10 Thai Constitutions Day (Holiday) 23 Semester ends 24 Christmas Eve 25 Christmas Day (Holiday) 31 New Year’s Eve (Holiday) Semester Grades Released (January 18, 2019) 5 Semester 2/2018 (January 7 - May 31, 2019) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Month Date Activities ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JANUARY 1 New Year’s Day (Holiday) 2019 7 Classes begin 18 Registration Deadline: last day for late registration, withdrawal without record, and 50% refund 23 Retrieve and download registered student namelists via internet for class attendance checklists 26 Commencement Exercises of Class XLVI ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FEBRUARY 4 Submission of Mid-term Examination Papers 2019 27 Last day of classes before Midterm Examination 28 Mid-term Examination (till March 8, 2019) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MARCH 9 Classes resume 2019 21 Makha Bucha Day (Holiday - no classes) 22 Mid-term grades due ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------APRIL 6 Chakri Memorial Day (Holiday - no classes) 2019 13 Songkran-Festival (till April 16, 2019) (Holiday - no classes) 14 Palm Sunday 19 Good Friday 17 Submission of Final Examination Papers 21 Easter 26 Registration Deadline: Last day to withdraw with ‘W’ 28 St. Louis Marie De Monfort Feast Day 29 Retrieve and download registered student namelists via internet for eGrading ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------MAY 10 Last day of classes before Final Examination 2019 13 Final Examination (till May 27, 2019) 18 Wisakha Bhucha Day (Holiday) 20 Substitution for Wisakha Bhucha Day (Holiday) 30 Ascension of Jesus 31 Semester ends Semester Grades Released (June 21, 2019) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Summer 2018 Session (June 3 - July 31, 2019) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Month Date Activities ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JUNE 3 Classes begin 2019 6 Registration Deadline: last day for late registration, withdrawal without record, and 50% refund 9 Pentecost 10 Retrieve and download registered student namelists via internet for class attendance checklists Submission of Mid-term Examination Papers 19 Last day of classes before Mid-term Examination 20 Mid-term Examination (till July 21, 2019) 22 Classes resume 28 Mid-term grades due ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------JULY 1 Submission of Final Examination Papers 2019 4 Registration Deadline: Last day to withdraw with ‘W’ 8 Retrieve and download registered student namelists via internet for eGrading 10 Last day of classes before Final Examination 11 Final Examination (till July 15, 2019) 16 Asalha Bhucha Day (Holiday) 17 Buddhist Lent Day (Holiday) 28 HM King Rama X’s Birthday (Holiday) 29 Substitution for HM King Rama X’s Birthday (Holiday) 31 Summer 2018 Session Academic Year 2018 ends Semester Grades Released (August 16, 2019) 6 GENERAL INFORMATION 7 GENERAL INFORMATION 8 GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT _____________________________________________________ Assumption University was initially originated from Assumption Commercial College in 1969 as an autonomous higher education institution under the name of Assumption School of Business. In 1972, with the approval of the Ministry of Education, it was officially established as Assumption Business Administration College or ABAC. In May 1975, it was accredited by the Ministry of Education. In 1990, it was granted new status as “Assumption University” by the Ministry of University Affairs. MOTTO LABOR OMNIA VINCIT The University is a non-profit institution administered by the Brothers of St. Gabriel, a worldwide Catholic religious order, founded in France in 1705 by St. Louis Marie De Montfort, devoted to education and philanthropic activities. The congregation has been operating many educational institutions in Thailand since 1901. OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES _____________________________________________________ The University is an international community of scholars, enlivened by Christian inspiration, engaged in the pursuit of truth and knowledge, serving the human society, especially through the creative use of interdisciplinary approaches and cybertechnology. Assumption University exists for the main purpose of serving the nation by providing scientific and humanistic knowledge, particularly in the business education and management science through research and interdisciplinary approaches. PHILOSOPHY _____________________________________________________ To this end it aims at forming intellectually competent graduates who: - Are morally sound, committed to acting justly, and open to further growth. - Appreciate freedom of expression, imbibe right attitudes and ideologies through a carefully integrated curriculum of Ethics, Science, Languages, and Business Management. - Achieve academic excellence through hard work, critical thinking, and informed decision-making. In loyalty to its Christian mission, Assumption University stands for • The inculcation of respect for the three institutions of the Nation: Religion, Country, Monarchy; and a democratic way of life. • The belief that a man justifies himself and his existence by the nobility of his work: LABOR OMNIA VINCIT • The commitment to be a light that leads men towards the true source of all knowledge and life: LUX VERITAS 9 GENERAL INFORMATION ACCREDITATION MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION The University is fully accredited by OHEC (Office of Higher Education Commission) and ONESQA (Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment). Its graduates enjoy the same privileges as accorded by state university graduates. Its academic standards are accepted by the Civil Service Commission of Thailand. English is the officially approved medium of instruction at Assumption University. Five courses are in the Thai language but only for Thai speaking students. Students whose native tongue is not Thai follow the same courses in English. Assumption University is recognized in the USA and other countries and transfer of credits from the University is accepted abroad. Graduates from the University can pursue advanced degrees anywhere in the world. Assumption University is listed in the Handbook of Universities and other Institutions of the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITIES in Paris, France. _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ NON-DISCRIMINATION Assumption University does not discriminate in its programs and activities against any person because of race, color, ethnic origin, ancestry, religion, age or sex. This non-discrimination policy applies to admissions, employment, treatment of individuals, and access to programs. Inquiries concerning this policy may be directed to the Office of the University Registrar. The University is recognized by: • The Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia (ACUCA) • The Association of Southeast Asian Institution of Higher Learning (ASAIHL) • The International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU) 10 FACILITIES AND SERVICES FACILITIES AND SERVICES CAMPUSES _____________________________________________________ Assumption University maintains two campuses: the original campus located at Hua Mak in the city, and the new campus at Suvarnabhumi, some thirty minutes from the South of the city campus and twenty minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport on the way to the Eastern Seaboard. The original campus is a compact, vertical campus comprised of 17 buildings with the tallest having a total of 16 floors. A small lake surrounded by lush gardens and seating is a focal point of beauty and tranquility. Food, convenience, and service shops to support student needs surround the campus. This has become the home of the postgraduate faculties. The Suvarnabhumi Campus, constructed as a “University in a Park”, comprises of 200 acres of beautifully landscaped assembly of mixed architecture surrounded by lush tropical gardens and trees. Designed to host the university’s undergraduate degree programs, it offers everything: a meeting/exhibition center, hotel, non-coeducational dormitories, a magnificent chapel, a museum, eleven academic halls, and much more. The centerpiece of the campus is the Cathedral of Learning, a 39-story tower, which houses student support services, the library, reception halls, seminar rooms, and offices. Transportation between the two campuses is convenient and inexpensive. Shuttles run throughout the day between various points in Bangkok and the Suvarnabhumi Campus. 11 FACILITIES AND SERVICES LIBRARIES are available for emergencies, first aid, and medical counseling. Students, faculty and staff members with medical problems are encouraged to keep their files active at the Health Center regarding the nature of their problems so that appropriate action can be taken in the event of an emergency. Each Assumption University campus maintains a large library with over 500,000 books and periodicals. In addition to the study facilities provided for students and instructors in the main libraries, there are reading areas in many other locations. These include the Catholic Education Council library and the Catholic library. HEATH SERVICES FOOD SERVICE AND CAFETERIAS Assumption University provides health services at both campuses. Students are responsible for making arrangements for their own health care, except in cases of emergency. Registered nurses are on duty Monday through Friday from 8.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. and Catering facilities are available to faculty, staff and students throughout both campuses. Contractoroperated facilities are in operation daily from 7.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. (Hours may change during semester breaks). 12 FACILITIES AND SERVICES THE RESEARCH INSTITUTE ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY (RIAU) PUBLICATION The AU Press prints all of the University publications such as the AU Journals, Newsletter, etc., and offers opportunities and facilities for publication of outstanding research papers as an incentive for both faculty and students to conduct research and to publish reports. The Research Institute of Assumption University (RIAU), originally known as the Center for Research in Business or CRIB, has been serving the Thai business community and international corporations since it was established in 1982. Since its inception, the CRIB has continued to grow into other research areas in response to demands for services. The center began by conducting social science research and in 1993, was recognized and known as the Center for Research in Business and Social Science (CRIB & SSc.). In 1998, the center was incorporated into the Research Institute of Assumption University (RIAU). This organizational change reflects the advancement of information technology as well as the academic diversity of research work conducted by the CRIB & SSc. Research Services: at present, the RIAU includes four major functional areas: Business Research, Social Science Research, Educational Research, and Information Systems Research. BOOKSTORES Bookstores at both campus provide a wide range of magazines, periodicals, educational equipment, textbooks, and professional books usually not available at regular commercial bookstores. In addition, they offer a wide range of Thai style gifts for friends and visitors. OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES The Assumption University ITS Center strives to acquaint students with the use of computers as tools for working with large quantities of information in high technology environments. Its general activities are supervised by the Director of the ITS Center. In addition to supplying instruction in the use of computers to students and faculty, the Center also assists with classwork and research activities involving complex computations and intricate data processing. CAMPUS MINISTRY, CHAPEL, AND RELIGIOUS CENTER The Campus Ministry at each campus is designed for the Catholic community and uses the spacious and beautiful chapels. The Religious Center is a multi-religion house of prayer, meditation, congregation, preaching, and for soul-searching pursuit of the true source of all knowledge and life. Space is provided for communities wishing to establish a house of meditation and prayer. SECURITY 13 Assumption University takes its responsibility seriously when it comes to protecting its students, its instructors and its facilities. At both campuses, teams of security staff are at every gate and throughout the campus to provide aid, to monitor activities, and to provide for the well-being of everyone on campus. FACILITIES AND SERVICES 14 ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION ADMISSIONS AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION WHO CAN APPLY _____________________________________________________ 1. Applicants with any of the following qualifications are eligible to apply: • High school or grade 12 graduate diploma and transcript. • The person who passed the examination for O level should pass their examination with grand total of no less than 5 subjects each of which with C grade result or above. Or they must be taken the examination for the General Certificate of Education (GCE) or A level or AS level at least 3 subjects with not less than C grade. - The subject of ‘O’ level can be repeated with the ‘A’ or ‘AS’ level. Nevertheless, the subject of ‘A’ or ‘AS’ level cannot be repeated in the same level. - At least 8 subjects of IGCSE/GCE/GCSE total amount. • G.E.D. certificate and Diploma; • IB certificate at least 5 subjects with grades no less than 4. • Other equivalent certificates or diploma, as authorized by the Ministry of Education**. Remarks: Other equivalent high school certificates or diplomas must be translated to English and issued or certified by their own government’s Ministry of Education, Foreign Ministry, or Embassy or issued in English by their graduated school confirming that graduates of these programs are eligible to apply to regular full-time programs wo...
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