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Interdisciplinary Thai Studies, Thammasat Univ.
Experience Thailand through summer study of Thai Buddhism, society and culture, complemented by excursions outside the capital to see more rural, beautiful Thai communities.
Options: Summer
Subject Areas
Thammasat University (Quarter) - Summer
Political Science
Religious Studies
South & SE Asian Studies
Requirements
Class Level: Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate
 
GPA: 2.50 cumulative GPA at the time of application and maintained through the end of the last term prior to departure.
 
Language Prerequisites: None

Language of Instruction
Regular courses taught in:
English

Required language study during program's regular term:
Thai
 
 
Public Health, Thammasat University
Courses explore the populations, mobility and health issues of the Thai-Myanmar border.  Associated field work provides observation of medical challenges and services first hand.
Options: Summer
Subject Areas
Thammasat University (Special) - Summer
Health Sciences
South & SE Asian Studies
Requirements
Class Level: Sophomore, Junior, Senior
 
GPA: 2.50 cumulative GPA at the time of application and maintained through the end of the last term prior to departure.
 
Language Prerequisites: None

Language of Instruction
Regular courses taught in:
English

Required language study during program's regular term:
Thai
 
 
Thammasat Univ.
Take courses in business administration, economics, development studies, politics/international relations, language, and history all taught in English, complemented with internships and volunteer opportunities in the Thai community.
Options: Fall, Spring, Year
Subject Areas
Thammasat University (Semester) - Fall | Spring | Year
American StudiesSee British and American Studies Department
AnthropologySee Thai Studies Department
Art History
Business AdministrationCourses in accounting, finance, management, and marketing through the Business program.
Communication
Comparative LiteratureCourses are offered through the British and American Studies Program.
Development Studies
EconomicsMany economics courses require a strong background in mathematics.
Film and Media StudiesLimited courses may be available through the British and American Studies Program or through the Journalism and Mass Communication Department at the Rangsit campus.
History
International Studies
Political ScienceTake courses taught from a Thai perspective on a variety of topics ranging from Thailand in the international arena to human security to environmental politics.
Religious Studies
Sociology
South & SE Asian StudiesA variety of courses are offered through the Thai Studies and the Politics and International Relations Programs.
Thai
Requirements
Class Level: Junior, Senior, Graduate
 
GPA: 2.85 cumulative GPA at the time of application and maintained through the end of the last term prior to departure.
 
Language Prerequisites: None

Language of Instruction
Regular courses taught in:
English

Optional language study during program's regular term:
Thai
- The University-level language requirement is: minimum 0 quarters / 0 semesters.
* Strongly recommended.