Master of Art in Developmental Psychology.
Human development is essential to the development of the country. The Master’s Program in Developmental Psychology (Evening program) is offered to provide students with the knowledge and skills that can be directly applied to their work; whether they are teachers, developmental specialists, educators, lawyers, medical staffs, or other personnel both in public and private sectors. The graduates will be able to apply the knowledge to effectively develop human resources which are the key to the country’s development.
The program is based on the credit hour system. The academic year is divided into 2 semesters – the first and the second – and a Summer session (if any). Each semester lasts no shorter than 15 weeks. A Summer session lasts 6-8 weeks. There are two plans that the program can be completed:
2.1. Plan B (General) – Students engage in research projects in general human development. 30-40 students are accepted into this plan of study annually. Totally, the program lasts 2 years.
2.2. Plan B (with Internship) – Students are given assignments that involve child development enhancement/intervention or behavior modification. 5-10 students are accepted into this plan of study annually. Totally, the program lasts 2- 2.5 years. These assignments are to be completed during office hours.
Program Duration: Maximum 4 years since the first semester in the program
Class hours:Working days 6-9pm and Weekends 9am-9pm
Enrolment:Minimum 9 credits and maximum 15 credits per semester. Minimum 6 credits per summer session
Measurement:Coursework:A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, or F
Thesis: Excellent, Good, Pass, or Fail
Independent study: Pass or Fail
Program Fee:Tuition fee 26,000Baht/semester
Administration fee 22,000Baht/semester
*For more information, contact K. Nattanan Kongkaluang Tel: 02-2189912 during 11am-7pm