BACHELOR'S PROGRAMS
  • Bachelor of Fines and Applied Arts in Music

    • Voice
    • Music Performance

    The curriculum of the Bachelor of Fine and Applied Arts in Music puts emphasis on developing well-rounded learners equipped with the knowledge and ability that will prepare them to be quality singers capable of managing their own careers by— • Developing their singing proficiency and music performance in a solo or band format each school term

    • Designing a suitable artist’s image and the appropriate behavior to achieve success in composing and producing their own work

    • Understanding the business of the music industry—copyright laws, signing a singing contract with a variety of record companies

    • Preparing a marketing plan to promote one’s work through various communications media

    • Managing a concert

    • Managing the sale and distribution of their work in disk or digital form

    • Studying international economics in preparing to meet with the ASEAN Economic Community

    • Learning English and a second foreign language, such as Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Malay, Burmese, Indonesian

    • Securing an apprenticeship with companies in the entertainment organization on the last school year before completing their music education.


  • Bachelor of Fines and Applied Arts in Theatre

    • Acting for Film and Television
    • Musical
    • Acting Coach

    The curriculum of Bachelor of Fine and Applied Arts in Theatre puts emphasis on developing well-rounded artists in Theater equipped with the knowledge and proficiency that will prepare and enable them to step into Theater as quality personnel who are able to run and manage their own careers by—


    • Developing their knowledge, proficiency, and acting skills in their chosen field by means of Building Character in a variety of acting formats, namely: movies, television dramas, music videos, commercials, event programs, stage plays, online film showcases, musical plays, etc.

    • Reinforcing their ability to dance, sing, and choreograph, in order to progress in the line of artists of musicals, which are gaining popularity at present.

    • Gaining improvement under the supervision of an Acting Coach and an Acting Teacher, making Theater the branch of learning that offers the largest number of subjects covering the widest range of wisdom in Theater in the country. It is also the first branch of Theater in Thailand where the teaching of Theater performance and skills are reinforced in response to the needs of this career path on an international level.

    • Developing other skills that are essential in establishing and managing one’s own career as an artist, namely: learning the Theater business on both local and international levels, learning the principles of Theater management and direction, establishing a support system for performing artists, holding entertainment seminars, knowing the laws covering the entertainment industry, sound editing, moving pictures, series episodes, public relations, scriptwriting, directing, hosting, developing and creating a unique image of the artist.

    • Enabling learners to prepare themselves to face the challenges of the ASEAN Economic Society by studying subjects related to the international economy; learning English; studying a second language of their choice such as Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, Burmese, Indonesian; and securing an apprenticeship in the entertainment field in the last school year of study before completing their education.

  • Bachelor of Fines and Applied Art in Entertainment Business

    • Entertainment Business

    The curriculum of Bachelor of Fine and Applied Arts in Entertainment Business puts emphasis on developing well-rounded learners equipped with the knowledge and ability to step into the Entertainment Business field as quality personnel by—


    • Developing and creating the physical image of the performing artist

    • Designing products in the entertainment field

    • Understanding the laws related to the entertainment field

    • Understanding different marketing strategies

    • Managing the different agencies related to the entertainment field, such as—record companies, movie companies, mass media, recording rooms, schools of music and the performing arts, advertising and jingle production companies, etc.

    • Training students in the basic skills of singing, dancing, and acting in order to understand the methodology in the field of entertainment

    • Enabling learners to prepare themselves to face the challenges of the ASEAN Economic Society by studying subjects related to the international economy; learning English; studying a second language of their choice such as Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, Burmese, Indonesian; and securing an apprenticeship in the entertainment field in the last school year of study before completing their education.

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