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Bachelor of Economics Programme

(32,500 Baht per semester; 260,000 Baht per programme)

The Bachelor of Economics programme aims to train students to understand the general economic framework to apply econometrics tools to analyse problems corresponding to the economic development at both national and local levels, and students will learn to understand the interconnection of the forces underlying globalisation with an emphasis on social and national interests.


After completing the programme, graduates will be able to:
  • Have knowledge about economics in line with current global changes.
  • Have the knowledge and ability to analyse and study the economic linkages of the economy between regions.
  • Conduct in depth analysis of the Upper North and GMS subregion economy.
  • Have an understanding of diverse language and cultures in order to facilitate the development of economic cooperation between countries in the region towards sustainable development and peace to become graduates with an awareness of morals and ethics consistent with economic good governance.

Interesting Subjects:

  • International Economic Cooperation
  • Trade Negotiation Globalisation
  • Logistic Management
  • Cross Border Trade Economy
  • Economics of Regional Integration

Career Opportunities:

  • Banking
  • Finance
  • Investment
  • Economist
  • Researcher
  • Careers in Commercial and public sectors

Core Courses

  • Foundation Mathematics for Business
  • Elementary Accounting 1
  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics
  • Mathematics for Economics
  • Economic Statistics

Major Required Courses

  • Microeconomic Theory
  • Macroeconomic Theory
  • International Economics
  • Economics of Money and Banking
  • Economics of Public Finance
  • Econometrics
  • Economics of Regional Integration
  • Economic History
  • Professional Experience
  • Research Methodology
  • Special Problem
  • Economics of Cross-border Resources Management
  • Regional Study

Major Elective Courses

  • Agricultural Economics and Policy
  • International Trade
  • Theory and Policy
  • Monetary Theory and Policy
  • International Monetary Economics and Finance
  • Globalisation and Logistic Management
  • Cross Border Trade Economy
  • ASEAN Economy
  • International Economic Cooperation and Trade Negotiation
  • Special Topic in International
  • Economics and Policy 1-3
  • Elementary Accounting 2
  • Project Feasibility Analysis
  • Managerial Economics
  • Business Finance
  • International Business in Practice
  • Principles of Investment
  • Financial Report Analysis
  • Special Topic in Entrepreneurial Economics 1-3
  • Securities Analysis
  • Financial Economics
  • Corporate Finance for Economics
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Economics and Laws
  • Public Economics Policy
  • Economics Development
  • Rural and Urban Economics
  • Agribusiness and Agro-industry
  • Human Resources Economics
  • Gender Economics
  • Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
  • Special Topic in Economics 1-3
  • Thai Economy