Professor Patcharee Lertrit, M.D.,Ph.D.
Dean of Faculty of Graduate Studies
|Faculty / Institute||PROJECT FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND PEACE STUDIES|
MASTER OF ARTS(HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRATISATION)
1. Hold a bachelors degree in any field, with a minimum GPA of 2.50 (or the equivalent). Students in the last year of their undergraduate programme can apply for admission provided they expect to graduate before 15 July of the previous academic year. The applicant needs to submit a certificate from their university indicating their status and expected date of graduation. 2. Demonstrated proficiency in English. 3. Experience in human rights or related work is an advantage but not required. 4. Academic or other publications or other evidence of writing and analytical skills an advantage but not required.
|Total not less than||36||Credits|
|HPRD541 : HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRATIZATION RESEARCH||3|
|HPRD542 : DYNAMIC OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS||3|
|HPRD543 : DEMOCRATIZATION||3|
|HPRD544 : HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRATIZATION INTENSIVE||3|
|HPRD546 : CRITICAL AND EMERGING REGIONAL ISSUES||3|
|HPRD551 : HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS AND MECHANISMS I||3|
|HPRD552 : HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS AND MECHANISMS II||3|
|HPRD553 : APPLIED RESEARCH IN HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRATIZATION||3|
|HPRD698 : THESIS||12|