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DESIGN

AWARD

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts in Design (College of Design)

LENGTH IN YEARS

  • 4 years

SEMESTER OF COMMENCEMENT

  • June (Summer), August (1st Semester), January (2nd Semester)

COURSE FEES IN BAHT

ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

  • IELTS 5.0 or equivalent or passed the Rangsit University English Language Proficiency Test

COURSE DESCRIPTION/PURPOSE

  • Design department course is focuses on students to be different both in terms of ideas and designs. Through the design thinking process based on rationality. In which students can choose to combine courses selected from Interior Design, Fashion Design Communication Arts And Photographic department to suit your aptitudes to develop a new type of designers and entrepreneurs, who dare to think and not cling to traditional designs and can apply what they have learned in real work environments.

EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES

  • Designers, Product Designers, entrepreneur and related Design career.

INTERNATIONAL & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  • Student exchange, internship abroad, study tour and field trips, cooperative studies, professional training and workshops under collaborations with RSU’s partners universities, professional associations and industries.

What student will learn form us?

  • Students will Practice the Design thinking Process, an essential skill for every profession. From design subjects in each term, learn to combine design with other sciences to create different ideas or ways of thinking. From subjects that emphasize on hands-on, laying the foundation of ideas and knowledge to be ready for the future and able to apply in real work environments and focus on being an entrepreneur.

If student wants to come, what they should be prepare?

  • Reasonable thinking and searching person. (need more, you can thinking about it)

FOR ACADEMIC ENQUIRY PLEASE CONTACT HEAD OF DEPARTMENT BELOW

Full nameE-mail
Asst. Prof. Wisit Youyoungwatanawisit@rsu.ac.th

COURSE STRUCTURE

Total number of credits: 147 credits

  • A. GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (30 CREDITS)
  • I. Humanities and Social Sciences (9 credits)
  • II. Sciences and Mathematics (3 credits)
  • III. Languages (15 credits)
  • IV. Interdisciplinary and Physical Education (3 credits)
  • B. SPECIALIZED COURSES (111 CREDITS)
  • I. BASIC SCIENCE COURSES (21 CREDITS)
Subject IDNameCredit
CHM 121Principles of Chemistry3 credits
CHM 122Laboratory for Principles of Chemistry1 credit
MAT 136Engineering Mathematics I3 credits
MAT 137Engineering Mathematics II3 credits
MAT 138Engineering Mathematics III3 credits
PHY 121Physics I3 credits
PHY 122Physics Laboratory I1 credit
PHY 223Physics II3 credits
PHY 224Physics Laboratory II1 credit
  • II. BASIC ENGINEERING COURSES (14 CREDITS)
Subject IDNameCredit
CEN 221Engineering Statics3 credits
CPE 252Computer Programming for Engineer3 credits
GEN 133Engineering Drawing3 credits
GEN 192Workshop Practice2 credits
IEN 361Engineering Materials3 credits
  • III. ENGINEERING SPECIALIZED COURSES (76 CREDITS)
  • A. COMPULSORY COURSES (45 CREDITS)
Subject IDNameCredit
MAT 238Differential Equations for Engineers3 credits
EEN 201Electrical Engineering Mathematics3 credits
EEN 211Digital Circuits and Digital Logic Design3 credits
EEN 217Digital Logic Design Laboratory1 credit
EEN 231Electric Circuit Analysis3 credits
EEN 238Electric Circuit Laboratory1 credit
EEN 301Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation1 credit
EEN 303Feedback Control Systems3 credits
EEN 312Microprocessors3 credits
EEN 303Microprocessor Laboratory1 credit
EEN 332Electric Circuit Analysis3 credits
EEN 341Electromagnetic Fields Engineering2 credits
EEN 351Electronic Engineering3 credits
EEN 353Electronic Engineering Laboratory1 credit
EEN 362Electrical Machines I3 credits
EEN 366Electrical Machines Laboratory1 credits
TEN 321Principle of Communication Systems3 credits
EEN 490Electrical Engineering Training1 credit
EEN 491Electrical Engineering Project I1 credit
EEN 492Electrical Engineering Project II2 credits
EEN 495Cooperative Project for Electrical Engineering3 credits
GRN 494Preparation for Cooperative Education 11 credit
  • Note: Students under the Cooperative Education Plan must enroll EEN495 and GEN494 as substitution of EEN490, EEN491 and EEN492. B. PROFESSIONAL COMPUSORY MAJOR
  • B. COMPUSORY PROFESSIONAL COURSES (25 CREDITS) POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING
Subject IDNameCredit
EEN 460Electrical Power Engineering Laboratory1 credit
EEN 462Power Electronics3 credits
EEN 464Electrical Machines II3 credits
EEN 469Electrical Power System I3 credits
EEN 471Electrical Power System II3 credits
EEN 472High Voltage Engineering3 credits
EEN 475Electrical Systems Design3 credits
EEN 479Electrical Power Plant Engineering3 credits
EEN 480Electrical Power System Protection3 credits
  • NOTE: STUDENTS UNDER THE COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PLAN MUST ENROLL CEN496 AND ONE ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE COURSE.
  • C. PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES (9 CREDITS)
Subject IDNameCredit
TEN 427Satellite Communications1 credit
TEN 429Mobile Communications3 credits
TEN 431Wireless Network Communications3 credits
TEN 432Multimedia Communications3 credits
TEN 444Radio Wave Propagation3 credits
TEN 445Microwave Engineering3 credits
EEN 302Signals and Systems3 credits
EEN 404Digital Control Systems3 credits
EEN 425Communication Electronics3 credits
EEN 426High Level Design for Digital Systems3 credits
EEN 436Image Processing3 credits
EEN 437Fuzzy Neuro and Application3 credits
EEN 456Industrial Electronics3 credits
EEN 458Filter Design3 credits
EEN 459Noise Reduction in Electronic Circuits3 credits
EEN 463Electric Drives3 credits
EEN 473Sensors and Transducers3 credits
EEN 479Illumination Engineering3 credits
EEN 457Electrical Energy Conservation and Management3 credits
EEN 488Renewable Energy3 credits
EEN 499Selected Topics in Electrical Engineering3 credits
IEN 221Probability and Statistics for Engineers3 credits
EEN 496Cooperative Education for Electrical Engineering6 credits
  • Note: Students under the Cooperative Education Plan must enroll EEN496 and another professional elective course.
  • C. FREE ELECTIVE COURSES (6 CREDITS)