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Major Area Courses

Curriculum 2013

1.1 Compulsory courses   (53 Credits)

     1.1.1 Compulsory courses in Economics   (35 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

MA 216

Calculus for Social Science 1

3

ST 216

Statistics for Social Science 1

3

EL 241*

English for Economists 1

3

EL 341*

English for Economists 2

3

……substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

……substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

EE 211

Principles of Microeconomics

3

EE 212

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

EE 311

Microeconomics Theory

4

EE 312

Macroeconomics Theory

4

EE 421

Mathematical Economics 1

3

EE 425

Econometrics 1

3

EE 460

Thai Economy

3

*For BE students, EL241 and EL341 are exempted. Students must take any other two courses, except “TU” courses to fulfill 128 credits requirement.

    1.1.2 Cluster-specific compulsory courses   (18 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE 411

Microeconomics Analysis

3

EE 412

Macroeconomic Analysis

3

EE 422

Mathematical Economics 2

3

EE 426

Econometrics 2

3

MA 217

Calculus for Social Science 2

3

ST 217

Statistics for Social Science 2

3

1.2 Electives in Economics   (12 Credits)

Students are required to take electives in 400 level or higher economics courses.

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ………

……………………

3

EE   ………

……………………

3

EE   ………

……………………

3

EE   ………

……………………

3

1.3 Seminar   (3 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ………

……………………

3

2.1 Compulsory courses   (47 Credits)
     2.1.1 Compulsory courses in Economics   (35 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

MA 216

Calculus for Social Science 1

3

ST 216

Statistics for Social Science 1

3

EL 241*

English for Economists 1

3

EL 341*

English for Economists 2

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

EE 211

Principles of Microeconomics

3

EE 212

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

EE 311

Microeconomics Theory

4

EE 312

Macroeconomics Theory

4

EE 320
(or EE 421)

Introductory Mathematical Economics
( or Mathematical Economics 1)

3
3

EE 325
(or EE 425)

Introductory Econometrics
(or Econometrics 1 )

3
3

EE 460

Thai Economy

3

*For BE students, EL241 and EL341 are exempted. Students must take any other two courses, except “TU” courses to fulfill 128 credits requirement.
     2.1.2 Cluster-specific compulsory courses   (12 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE 431

Economics of Financial Markets and Institutions

3

EE 451

International Trade Theory and Policy

3

EE 481

Industrial Economics

3

AC 201

Fundamental Accounting

3


2.2 Electives in Economics   (18 Credits)
 Students are required to take 9 credits of electives in 400 level or higher economics courses from Monetary Economics (field3), International Economics (field5), Industrial Economics (field8),and Agricultural Economics (field9).

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

Students are required to take 9 credits of any courses in economics.

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

…………………....

3


2.3 Seminar   (3 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

3.1 Compulsory courses   (53 Credits)
     3.1.1 Compulsory courses in Economics   (35 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

MA 216

Calculus for Social Science 1

3

ST 216

Statistics for Social Science 1

3

EL 241*

English for Economists 1

3

EL 341*

English for Economists 2

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

EE 211

Principles of Microeconomics

3

EE 212

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

EE 311

Microeconomics Theory

4

EE 312

Macroeconomics Theory

4

EE 320
(or EE 421)

Introductory Mathematical Economics
( or Mathematical Economics 1)

3
3

EE 325
(or EE 425)

Introductory Econometrics
(or Econometrics 1 )

3
3

EE 460

Thai Economy

3

*For BE students, EL241 and EL341 are exempted. Students must take any other two courses, except “TU” courses to fulfill 128 credits requirement.
   3.1.2 Cluster-specific compulsory courses   (18 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE 431

Economics of Financial Markets and Institutions

3

EE 432

Monetary Theory and Policy

3

EE 435

Introductory Financial Econometrics 3

3

EE 452

International Monetary Economics

3

AC 201

Fundamental Accounting

3

FN 201

Business Finance

3

3.2 Electives in Economics   (12 Credits)
    3.2.1 Students are required to take 3 credits of electives in 400 level or higher economics courses from Monetary Economics (field3), and International Economics (field5).

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

   3.2.2 Students are required to take 9 credits of any courses in economics.

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

3.3 Seminar   (3 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

4.1 Compulsory courses   (47 Credits)
    4.1.1 Compulsory courses in Economics   (35 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

MA 216

Calculus for Social Science 1

3

ST 216

Statistics for Social Science 1

3

EL 241*

English for Economists 1

3

EL 341*

English for Economists 2

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

EE 211

Principles of Microeconomics

3

EE 212

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

EE 311

Microeconomics Theory

4

EE 312

Macroeconomics Theory

4

EE 320
(or EE 421)

Introductory Mathematical Economics
( or Mathematical Economics 1)

3
3

EE 325
(or EE 425)

Introductory Econometrics
(or Econometrics 1 )

3
3

EE 460

Thai Economy

3

*For BE students, EL241 and EL341 are exempted. Students must take any other two courses, except “TU” courses to fulfill 128 credits requirement. 

4.1.2 Cluster-specific compulsory courses (12 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE 401 (or EE 402)

Political Economics (or Institutional Economics)

3

EE 441 (or EE 442)

Economics of Public Expenditure (or Economics of Public Revenue)

3

EE 461 (or EE 462)

Development Microeconomics ( or Development Macroeconomics)

3

EE 468

Integrated Public Economics, Development and Political Economics 

3

  4.2 Electives in Economics   (18 Credits)

Students are required to take 9 credits of electives in 400 level or higher economics courses from Political Economy (field 0), Public Economics (field 4), Development Economics (field 6) (EE460 is not eligible to count as it is a compulsory course), Human Resource, Natural Resource and Environment (field 7), and Agricultural Economics (field 9)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

Students are required to take 9 credits of any courses in economics.

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

…………………....

3


4.3 Seminar   (3 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ………

……………………

3

5.1 Compulsory courses   (35 Credits)
     5.1.1 Compulsory courses in Economics   (35 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

MA 216

Calculus for Social Science 1

3

ST 216

Statistics for Social Science 1

3

EL 241*

English for Economists 1

3

EL 341*

English for Economists 2

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

…….substitute if EXE

…………………………

3

EE 211

Principles of Microeconomics

3

EE 212

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

EE 311

Microeconomics Theory

4

EE 312

Macroeconomics Theory

4

EE 320
(or EE 421)

Introductory Mathematical Economics
( or Mathematical Economics 1)

3
3

EE 325
(or EE 425)

Introductory Econometrics
(or Econometrics 1 )

3
3

EE 460

Thai Economy

3

*For BE students, EL241 and EL341 are exempted. Students must take any other two courses, except “TU” courses to fulfill 128 credits requirement.
5.2 Electives in Economics   (30Credits)
   5.2.1 Students are required to take 24 credits of electives in 400 level or higher economics courses.

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

   5.2.2 Students are required to take 6 credits of any courses in economics.

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

EE   ……….

……………………

3

5.3 Seminar   (3 Credits)

Code

Course Title

Credits

EE   ……….

……………………

3

Important: In 2009 curriculum, item No. 17.3.5, students in Faculty of Economics must obtain not below 2.00 GPA in Economics courses (EE courses) including the following courses:2.1 Compulsory Courses in Economics2.2 Cluster-specific compulsory courses2.3 Electives in Economics2.4 Seminar*This regulation applies to student I.D. No. 54xxxxxxxx onwards*