Department of B.Sc. in Information and Communication Technology

Department of B.Sc. in Information and Communication Technology

Bachelor of Science Program (International Program) in Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

Department of Information and Communication Technology

General Informations

Degree: Bachelor of Science Program (International Program) in Information and Communication Technology 
                 : B.Sc. (Information and Communication Technology)

Duration 4 years  Credit Requirements - 136 credits

Objective

The program challenges the minds of students by teaching them how to find, process, assimilate and use the vast amounts of information that exists in today’s globalized world. There continues to be a huge demand for graduates in all areas of ICT and employment prospects include virtual reality and game development, computer graphics programming, web development and programming, system analysis and engineering, network administration, and robotics engineering.

Course Structure

General Education Courses

 
Humanities and Social Sciences Group 9 credits
Sciences and Mathematics Group 3 credits
Language Group 15 credits
Interdisciplinary and Physical Education Group 3 credits

Area Courses Requirements 90 credits

 
Core Course Requirements 9 credits
Major Course Requirements 81 credits
Major Elective Requirements 18 credits
Free Electives 6 credits

 

Course Plan

First Year
FIRST SEMESTER Credit (Lecture-Lab)
ICT 111 Introduction to Information Technology   3(3-0-6)
ITA106/107 Thai Language for Communication / Thai Language for Beginners  3(2-2-5)
ILE xxx Languages I    3(x-x-x)
ILE xxx Languages II  3(x-x-x)
ILX xxx Languages III 3(x-x-x)
XXX xxx Science and Mathematics  Group 3(x-x-x)
IES xxx Physical Education 1(0-2-1)
IRS 101 Dharmacracy 2(2-0-4)
SECOND SEMESTER
MAT 153  Mathematics for Information Technology 3(3-0-6)
ILX xxx Languages     3(x-x-x)
ICT 101 Object-Oriented Technology 3(3-0-6)
ICT 102 Computer Programming I 3(2-2-5)
ICT 110 Web Systems and Technologies 3(2-2-5)
ICT 112         Fundamental Information Systems          3(3-0-6)
XXX xxx Humanities and Social Sciences I 3(x-x-x)
 
Second Year
FIRST SEMESTER Credit (Lecture-Lab)
ICT 202 Computer Programming II 3(2-2-5)
ICT 209   Data Communications and Networking 3(3-0-6)
ICT 210 Information Technology Laws 3(3-0-6)
ICT 211   Databases 3(3-0-6)
ICT 212   Data Structure and Algorithm 3(3-0-6)
XXX xxx Humanities and Social Sciences II 3(x-x-x)
SECOND SEMESTER
ITE 201 Information Technology Engagement in Community 3(3-0-6)
ICT 213       System Analysis and Design                 3(3-0-6)
ICT 214         Computing Platform Technology             3(3-0-6)
ICT 215       Human-Computer Interaction                   3(3-0-6)
XXX xxx Humanities and Social Sciences III         3(x-x-x)
XXX xxx Major Elective I 3(x-x-x)
Third Year
FIRST SEMESTER Credit (Lecture-Lab)
ICT 301 Implementation of Information Systems           3(2-2-5)
ICT 302 Social and Professional Issues 3(3-0-6)
XXX xxx Major Elective II 3(x-x-x)
XXX xxx Major Elective III 3(x-x-x)
XXX xxx Major Elective IV 3(x-x-x)
XXX xxx Free Elective I 3(x-x-x)
SECOND SEMESTER
ICT 303 Systems Administration and Maintenance         3(3-0-6)
ICT 304 Information Assurance and Security 3(3-0-6)
ICT 305 Information Systems Project Management         3(3-0-6)
XXX xxx Major Elective V 3(x-x-x)
XXX xxx Major Elective VI 3(x-x-x)
XXX xxx        Free Elective II 3(x-x-x)
 
Fourth Year
FIRST SEMESTER Credit (Lecture-Lab)
ICT 401 Seminar in Information and Communication Technology  3(3-0-6)
ICT 402 Bachelor of Science Research Skills                   3(3-0-6)
ICT 494 Introduction to Senior Project 2(2-0-4)
SECOND SEMESTER
ICT 495 Senior Project 3(0-6-3)
 ICT 498  Co-operative Education  6(0-35-18)

Career opportunities

Key Features

  • International Program with international experience
  • Double degree with partner universities
  • Local and/or abroad cooperative education programs with well-known companies
  • Modern and uniquely designed program to enhance career opportunities
  • World-leading academics and highly experienced lecturers
  • Technology-driven and multidisciplinary education
  • Third language proficiency
  • Outstanding mingle of classmates from all over the world

Career opportunities

  • System Analysts and Designer
  • Information Technologist
  • Programmer
  • Software Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Network Administrator