B.A. in Communication Management

General

Program Description

In continuing our tradition of research and academic expansion, the Faculty now offers a four-year undergraduate program in Communication Management. As an international program, we use English as a medium of instruction, and we combine various components of communication arts with management in order to produce well-rounded, highly skilled graduates. First introduced in Fall 2004, the Communication Management program is designed to provide intellectual and professional tools needed in developing a high standard of graduates who are equipped with a thorough understanding of both national and international communications and are capable of managing varieties of communication tasks. All courses are taught by experienced faculty members and respected professionals from various communication fields both in Thailand and overseas in order to ensure the highest standard curriculum.

THE FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION ARTS

The Faculty of Communication Arts is one of the 18 Faculties in Chulalongkorn University, located on Phayathai Road in the heart of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Founded in 1965, it was originally an independent department named the Department of Mass Communications and Public Relations. It officially became a Faculty in 1974, known publicly as the Faculty of Communication Arts. At present, the Faculty consists of over 70 full-time faculty members and over 1,000 students. Each year the Faculty has a capacity for 150 new undergraduate students and 335 new graduate students. Over time, the Faculty has established an outstanding reputation in various communication areas such as Journalism, Mass Communication, Public Relations, Advertising, Motion Pictures and Still Photography, Speech communication and Performing Arts. It is widely recognized that the Faculty has produced numerous communication professionals working in both public and private sectors in Thailand as well as overseas.

Last updated Feb 2018

About the School

Thailand’s first institution of higher learning officially came into being in March 1917. The groundwork and preparation, however, took place more than a century ago. The worldwide economic, social an ... Read More

Thailand’s first institution of higher learning officially came into being in March 1917. The groundwork and preparation, however, took place more than a century ago. The worldwide economic, social and political changes in the late nineteenth century contributed to Siam’s decision to adapt in order to avoid being colonized by Western powers (“Siam” became “Thailand” in the year 1939). Read less