B.B.A. International Business ID61

7) Graduate School in International Business or Business-related field 5. Total Credits Required No less than 183 credits 6. Program Structure 1) Foun...

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Bachelor of Business Administration Program in International Business (International Program) 1. Code and Program Title In Thai หลักสูตรบริหารธุรกิจบัณฑิต สาขาวิชาธุรกิจระหว่างประเทศ (หลักสูตรนานาชาติ) In English Bachelor of Business Administration Program in International Business (International Program) 2. Title of Degree and Field of Study In Thai Full Title บริหารธุรกิจบัณฑิต (ธุรกิจระหว่างประเทศ) Abbreviation บธ.บ. (ธุรกิจระหว่างประเทศ) In English Full Title Bachelor of Business Administration (International Business) Abbreviation B.B.A. (International Business) 3. Major Subject (If Applicable) – 4. Career Opportunities after Graduation 1) Domestic and foreign import/ export firms 2) Overseas business division of multinational corporations 3) Positions in business consultancy and research 4) Employees in public agencies and state enterprises 5) Positions in international or non-profit institutions/ organizations 6) Business entrepreneurs 7) Graduate School in International Business or Business-related field 5. Total Credits Required No less than 183 credits 6. Program Structure 1) Foundation Courses 2) General Education Courses - English Communication - Natural Sciences - Humanities and Foreign Languages - Social Sciences - Physical Education 3) Major Courses - Core Business Courses - Major Required Courses - Major Elective Courses

Non-credit 42 credits 16 credits 8 credits 12 credits 4 credits 2 credits 133 credits 69 credits 20 credits 24 credits

- Interdisciplinary Elective Courses 4) Free Electives

20 credits 8 credits

Foundation courses (non-credit) ICID 100 Freshman Seminar ICME 100 English Resource Skills ICMA 100 Foundation Mathematics

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Note I: All BBA students are required to take ICID 100 Freshmen Seminar as a non-credit course. Note II: Students whose English placement is below ICGC 101 Academic Writing and Research I are required to take ICME 100 English Resource Skills and pass the course with the grade of "S" before moving to ICGC 101 Academic Writing and Research I Note III: Students whose Mathematics placement is below ICGN 104 Mathematics and Its Contemporary Applications are required to take ICMA 100 Foundation Mathematics and pass the course with the grade of "S" before moving to ICGN 104 Mathematics and Its Contemporary Applications. General Education courses no less than 42 Credits • English Communication ICGC 101 Academic Writing and Research I

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ICGC 102

Academic Writing and Research II

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ICGC 103

Public Speaking

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ICGC 111

Academic Writing and Research I (Advanced)

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ICGC 112

Academic Writing and Research II (Advanced)

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ICGC 201

Global Realities

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ICGC 202

Literary Analysis

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ICGC 203

Creative Writing

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ICGC 204

Advanced Oral Communication

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ICGC 205

Linguistics

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ICGC 206

Literature Into Film

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ICGC 207

Diverse English Speaking Cultures

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ICGC 208

Language and Culture

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ICGC 209

The Story of English

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ICGC 210

First and Second Language Acquisition

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ICGC 211

Topics in Comparative Literature A: Poetry

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ICGC 212

Topics in Comparative Literature B: The Short Story and the Novel Topics in Comparative Literature C: Drama

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ICGC 213

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• Natural Sciences (Scientific and Environmental Literacy) ICGN 104 Mathematics and Its Contemporary Applications

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ICGN 105

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ICGN 106

Ecology, Ecosystems and Socio-Economics in Southeast Asia Climate Change and Human Society

ICGN 107

The Chemistry of Everyday Life

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ICGN 108

Essentials of Culinary Science for Food Business

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ICGN 109

Food for Health

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ICGN 110

Maker Workshop

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ICGN 111

Physics for CEO

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ICGN 112

Stargazer

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ICGN 113

Plants, People and Poisons

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ICGN 115

Human Evolution, Diversity and Health

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• Natural Sciences (ICT and Digital Literacy) ICGN 116 Understanding and Visualizing Data

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ICGN 117

Technology behind E-Business and Digital Strategies

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ICGN 118

Everyday Connectivity

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ICGN 119

Computer Essentials

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• Humanities (Logical and Ethical Literacy) ICGH 102 Famous Arguments and Thought Experiments in Philosophy ICGH 103 Logic, Analysis and Critical Thinking: Good and Bad Arguments ICGH 104 Moral Reasoning: How can we know what is good? ICGH 105 ICGH 106

Technology, Philosophy and Human Kind: Where Are We Now?! The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization

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• Humanities (Arts and Media Literacy) ICGH 107 Contemporary Art and Visual Culture

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ICGH 108

Creative Drawing Expression

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ICGH 109

Creative Thinking Through Art and Design

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ICGH 110

Drawing as Visual Analysis

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ICGH 111

Media Literacy: Skills for 21st Century Learning

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ICGH 112

Photography

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ICGH 113

Moving Pictures: A History of Film

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ICGH 114

The Sound of Music: Form, Emotion, and Meaning

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• Foreign Languages Ø German ICGL 101 Elementary German I

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ICGL 102

Elementary German II

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ICGL 103

Elementary German III

4

Ø Japanese ICGL 111 Elementary Japanese I

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ICGL 112

Elementary Japanese II

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ICGL 113

Elementary Japanese III

4

Ø French ICGL 121 Elementary French I

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ICGL 122

Elementary French II

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ICGL 123

Elementary French III

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Ø Chinese ICGL 131 Elementary Chinese I

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ICGL 132

Elementary Chinese II

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ICGL 133

Elementary Chinese III

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Ø Spanish ICGL 141 Elementary Spanish I

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ICGL 142

Elementary Spanish II

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ICGL 143

Elementary Spanish III

4

Ø Thai ICGL 160 Introduction to Thai Language and Culture

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ICGL 161

Elementary Thai I

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ICGL 162

Elementary Thai II

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ICGL 163

Elementary Thai III

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• Social Sciences (Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy) ICGS 106 Fashion and Society 4

• Social Sciences (Global and Multicultural Literacy) ICGS 109 American History, Film and Modern Life

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ICGS 110

Development and Conflicts

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ICGS 111

Exploring Religions

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ICGS 112

Geography of Human Activities

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ICGS 113

Perspectives on the Thai Past

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ICGS 114

Power, Money and Behavior of Powerful States

4

ICGS 115

Sociology in the Modern World

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ICGS 116

Power and Politics

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ICGS 117

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ICGS 119

Overcoming Stereotypes, Prejudice and Discrimination World Politics

ICGS 120

Global Awareness

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• Social Sciences (Psychological Literacy) ICGS 121 Abnormal Colleagues; how do I make this work?

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ICGS 122

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Propaganda, Nudge Theory and Marketing: How to resist?

• Health and Physical Education ICGP 101 American Flag Football

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ICGP 102

Badminton

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ICGP 103

Basketball

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ICGP 104

Body Fitness

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ICGP 105

Cycling

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ICGP 106

Discover Dance

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ICGP 107

Golf

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ICGP 108

Mind and Body

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ICGP 109

Selected Topics in Sports

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ICGP 110

Self Defense (Striking)

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ICGP 111

Self Defense (Grappling)

1

ICGP 112

Soccer

1

ICGP 113

Social Dance

1

ICGP 114

Swimming

1

ICGP 115

Tennis

1

ICGP 116

Volleyball

1

Note I: For General Education courses in English Communication course group, all BBA students are required to take either a series of ICGC 101 Academic Writing and Research I and ICGC 102 Academic Writing and Research II or a series of ICGC 111 Academic Writing and Research I (Advanced) and ICGC 112 Academic Writing and Research II (Advanced), depending on their standard test or MUIC entrance exam scores. Students are also required to take ICGC 103 Public Speaking as a General Education in this course group. Note II: All BBA students are required to take at least 1 course from the Humanities course group as a General Education course. Note III: All BBA students are required to take ICGN 104 Mathematics and Its Contemporary Applications as a General Education course in the Natural Science course group. Note IIII: All BBA in International Business students are required to take 2 sequential foreign language courses as General Education courses in the Humanities and Foreign Languages course group. Core Business courses no less than 69 Credits ICMB 201 Business Statistics ICMB 205 Microeconomics ICMB 206 Macroeconomics ICMB 207 Management of Business Information ICMB 213 Financial Accounting ICMB 214 Managerial Accounting ICMB 215 Business Finance for Entrepreneurs

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ICMB 216 ICMB 222 ICMB 235 ICMB 236 ICMB 237 ICMB 310 ICMB 311 ICMB 312 ICMB 314 ICMB 401 ICMB 402 ICMB 490

Business Communication Principle of Marketing Management and Organizational Behavior Human Resources Management International Business Management Business Law Business Ethics and Sustainability Management Science Operations and Project Management Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship Business Strategy Career Preparation

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Note I: Students are able to take BBA courses only if they have met the following requirements: 1. Passed ICGC 102 Academic Writing and Research II or ICGC 112 Academic Writing and Research II (Advanced) with at least “D” grade 2. Passed ICGN 104 Mathematics and Its Contemporary Applications with at least “D” grade. Note II: All BBA students are required to take either ICMB 401 Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship or ICMB 402 Business Strategy. Major Required courses no less than 20 Credits ICMI 331 Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management ICMI 332 Diversity, Cross Culture and Expatriate Management ICMI 333 Global Trade, Policies, and Regulations ICMI 431 Risk Management in International Business ICMI 432 Internationalization Strategy Major Elective courses no less than 24 Credits ICBE 372 World Economy ICMI 334 Regional Business Study ICMI 335 Legal Issues in International Business ICMI 336 Leadership and Change Management in the Global Business ICMI 337 Management and Governance in Multinational Enterprises ICMI 436 Special Topics in International Business

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ICMK 453 Global Marketing Strategy 4 ICMB 496 Practical Business Training – On Campus 8 ICMB 497 Practical Business Training – Off Campus 8 Note I: All BBA students are required to take either ICMB 496 Practical Business Training – On Campus or ICMB 497 Practical Business Training – Off Campus in their last year of study as part of the Major Elective Courses. Students are not allowed to register for other courses in the trimester, which a Practical Business Training course is taken. Interdisciplinary Elective courses no less than 20 Credits Students are required to take courses for no less than a total of 20 credits from either of the following categories. • Any 5 courses offered by MUIC’s Business Administration Division • 5 specific Minor courses offered by any BBA program. If a course designated by each major as a Minor course, is already taken and counted toward Major Required, Major Elective or Free Elective credits, students need to choose another Major Elective course in the program offering the Minor to fulfill the number of credits required in this course category. • Minor courses from other MUIC divisions Free Elective courses no less than 8 Credits Students can take any courses offered by Mahidol University as a free elective course with an approval from their advisors. Except for these following courses. ICGN 101 Decision Mathematics 4 ICGN 114 The Scientific Approach and Society 4 ICGH 101 Biotechnology: from Science to Business 4 ICGS 101 Accounting for Young Entrepreneurs 4 ICGS 102 Business Sustainability and the Global Climate 4 Change ICGS 103 Economics in Modern Business 4 ICGS 104 Essentials of Entrepreneurship 4 ICGS 105 Personal Financial Management 4 ICGS 107 MICE 101 4 ICGS 108 Money Matters 4 ICGS 118 Skills in Dealing with People Across Cultures 4