Course Name : Doctor of Philosophy Program in Fine and Applied Arts Research And Creation
Full Name : Doctor of Philosophy (Fine and Applied Arts Research)
(Initials) : Ph.D. (Fine and Applied Arts Research)
Both in and out of the office. Both Thai and foreign students Research in the field of fine arts is a curriculum that focuses on research, applying knowledge to the aesthetic, social, cultural and economic value added in the form of creative work. Through the research of fine arts.
General characteristics of the study.
- Graduated or studying in the final semester at the master’s degree or university equivalent. Or higher education institutions accredited by the Higher Education Commission. The average score of the study is not less than 2.5. If the average score is less than 3.25, the student must have at least 3 years of work experience.
- Graduated in Master’s Degree or currently studying in the last semester at the Master’s degree. Or a graduate of the Fine Arts Curriculum. (Drama, Performing Arts or Drama, Visual Arts, Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Arts, Creative Arts, Fashion Design, Art Exhibit), Architecture, Business Administration, and Accounting, Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Communication Arts, Literature, Information Science Culture Management Cultural management, case law or related fields.
- Qualifications required by Mahasarakham University.
- If the qualifications do not match those mentioned in 1-3, they will be considered for admission and study. This is subject to the discretion of the Curriculum Management Committee of the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts.