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Bachelor of Arts Program in Myanmar Studies

Bachelor of Arts (Myanmar Studies)
B.A. (Myanmar Studies)
This curriculum aims to produce graduates who are skilled in the Myanmar language (listening, speaking, reading and writing), knowledgeable in Myanmar society and culture, ready to continually search for knowledge from Myanmar society, and prepared to work and to create work in new directions for Thai society. The curriculum was designed to meet the demands of the new millennium that requires close relations of the nations in the region especially in the area of economy, society, culture, environment, and stability. This will lead to the development of a society of learning that can co-exist meaningfully with neighbouring countries.

Curriculum Schedule
Bi-Semester Program (Regular Program)
Monday through Friday   8 A.M. to 5 P.M. for 4 years (8 semesters)

Curriculum Features
The curriculum focuses on building skills in the Myanmar language as well as knowledge in Myanmar linguistics and literature.  There are also courses focusing on Myanmar society and culture that will introduce learners to all aspects of Myanmar.


Examples of Courses

218101 Myanmar I 3 Credits
218110 Myanmar Phonetics 3 Credits
218131 Myanmar Conversation I 3 Credits
218141 Myanmar Reading I 3 Credits
218251 Myanmar Writing I 3 Credits
218201 Social and Cultural Aspects of Myanmar Language 3 Credits
218211 Myanmar Syntax 3 Credits
218361 History of Myanmar 3 Credits
218362 Myanmar Society, Culture and Environment 3 Credits
218363 Myanmar Buddhism, Beliefs and Worldview 3 Credits
218364 Myanmar Economy and Politics 3 Credits
218371 Myanmar Translation 3 Credits
218398 Myanmar methodology 3 Credits
218499 Undergraduate Thesis 6 Credits
218497 or 218498 Co-operative Education or International Academic or Professional Training 6 Credits

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Last Updated: 23/03/2559