About BIR

 
The Bachelor of Political Science Program in Politics and International Relations (English Program) 

Is a new program which aims to give a priority to high- quality education comparable to international standard.

     The Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University sees the importance of developing a taught program in English in the field of politics and international relations. The Program integrates theoretical approaches with case studies, current issues as well as practical skills. It also gives a priority to a diverse range of academic questions essential to the field of politics and international relations.

Name of Degree
• Bachelor of Political Science (Politics and International Relations)
• B.Pol.Sc. (Politics and International Relations)

Undergraduate Study
Aims 
    The Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University sees the importance of developing a taught program in English in the field of politics and international relations. The Program integrates theoretical approaches with case studies, current issues as well as practical skills. It also gives a priority to a diverse range of academic questions essential to the field of politics and international relations.

Objectives
1. To provide academic knowledge as well as practical skills essential in the field of politics, international relations, and public administration.
2. To stimulate interest in current issues and encourage the application of theoretical learning into practical use.
3. To create ethical and moral awareness as well as social responsibility.
4. To provide international knowledge in response to the labor market in Thailand within the region and international organizations.

Teaching System
1.1 System
The Program operate on a fulltime bi-semester system. Each year has 2 semesters. Each semester consists 15 weeks and summer session consists of 6-8 weeks but has studies’ hour as same as normal semester.
1.2 Summer Session
The Program operates summer session for 2nd year and 3rd year students.
1.3 Credits Equivalency in Bi-Semester
None

Program Operation
2.1 Period of Class
Official time 08.30 - 16.00 hrs.
Semester 1  August - December
Semester 2  January - May
Summer Session June - July