Faculty of Economics
The study program educates students on several different topics in economics, as well as introducing an Asian perspective to the popular theories. In order to apply for economics courses, students must have had prior studies in economics at least as a minor subject.
Please see the listings of available courses in Economics:
The syllabi are exemplary and available for most courses. The remaining syllabi are handed out at the latest at the beginning of lectures. The Faculty of Business Administration also offers a few courses such as International Business. More information about course choices will be available at the destination at the beginning of the semester.
Faculty of Business Administration
The International Program in Marketing (KUBIM) offers studies in business administration with special emphasis on marketing. The lesson plan and course descriptions can be found below. Please note that the course selection may change without prior notice.
Faculty of Engineering
The International Undergraduate Program (IUP) for Engineering at Kasetsart University divides into 6 different sub-fields. Course lists and course descriptions are available below. Please note that the course selection may change without prior notice. Newest course lists will be distributed at the beginning of the semester.
Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering
Software and Knowledge Engineering
Faculty of Tourism
Kasetsart University International Integrated Tourism Management (KITMAN) offers studies in tourism as well as sciences, social sciences, languages, humanities, and physical education. The program equips students with a comprehensive understanding of tourism-related theories and practices.
Faculty of Agriculture
Faculty of Agriculture offers a wide selection of courses in the field of agriculture. The faculty is one of the finest on its field – Kasetsart University is ranked as the 4th best university in Asia in the subject of agriculture, and the 29th best in the world (QS World University Rankings 2017).
The syllabi presented here are exemplary. More up-to-date syllabi will be distributed at the beginning of the lectures.
- Thai language course is mandatory for all KUSEP students.
- The courses in the KUSEP program are part of the university’s official degree curricula. As an Asia Exchange student, you will be attending courses together with local and international students pursuing a full degree at Kasetsart University.
- There are also some courses that are meant especially for exchange students.
- During some semesters, there have been tennis, golf and weightlifting courses available as well.
- For some Economics and Engineering courses, you have to prove your knowledge of the topic in order to take part in the course. This is typically done at the beginning of the semester, on-site in Bangkok.
- The university requires students to take at least 3 courses during a semester.
- All the courses have an attendance requirement of at least 80 %. Students failing to comply with this requirement risk having their student visas canceled by the university.
- Some of the courses also include business and cultural visits. The visits are equally obligatory as normal classes.
- The courses are taught by lecturers with international experience and typically degrees completed abroad.
- The semesters start with an orientation after which you will attend classes usually on 3-4 days a week.
- Use the syllabi and course descriptions when presenting your study plan to your home institution. This will help them to decide how to transfer credits and grant scholarships. Detailed syllabi will be circulated on the lectures.
- You will select your final courses when in Bangkok and present them to the university. This means you don’t have to make your final decision when applying. Please note that courses from different faculties may be organized at the same time.
- As in all universities around the world, changes in course offering and course dates are possible without prior notice.
- The third last digit of the longer course codes in the course catalogs refers to the level of the course, i.e. 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th year. For example, the course 01205305 ‘Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers’ is a third-year course.