Doctor of Philosophy Program in Fine and Applied Arts Research And Creative Arts

Doctor of Philosophy Program (Ph.D.)
Department of Research and Creative Arts

Course name
Thai Language: Doctor of Philosophy Program Department of Research and Creative Arts
English: Doctor of Philosophy Program in Fine and Applied Arts Research And Creative Arts

Degree name
Thai Language
(Full name): Doctor of Philosophy (Research in fine arts)
(Abbreviation): Ph.D. (Research in Fine Arts)

English
(Full name): Doctor of Philosophy (Fine and Applied Arts Research)
(Abbreviation): Ph.D. (Fine and Applied Arts Research)

Open for applications both in government and non-official hours. Accepting both Thai and international students Research in fine arts is a curriculum that focuses on research, applying knowledge to create aesthetic values, society, culture and economic value creation in the form of creative work, inventing innovations. Through the research of fine arts

General features of those who want to continue studying
  1. Graduation Or studying in the final semester of the Master’s degree or equivalent from the university Or higher education institutions accredited by the Higher Education Commission With a total of no less than 25 studies in average, in the case of having a grade point average of less than 3.25, must be a person with at least 3 years of work experience.
  2. Graduated with a master’s degree. Or studying in the final semester at the master’s degree level Or being a graduate of the Fine Arts Program (Department of Dance, Performing Arts or Theater, Visual Arts, Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Creative Arts, Product Design, Fashion, Art Exhibition), Architecture, Commercial Education, Accounting and Accounting, Liberal Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Communication Arts, Literature, Information Science Culture Management Cultural management, Tai case or related fields
  3. Complete qualifications according to Mahasarakham University regulations On graduate studies, 2005
  4. Those who do not meet the criteria mentioned in 1-3 may be considered to apply and continue to study. Which is subject to the discretion of the Program Committee on Research in Fine Arts

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