Master of Arts Program in Chonburi Thailand

Top Master of Art Programs in Chonburi Thailand 2018


A Master of Arts or MA is a graduate degree typically earned after a program of study of the fine arts, humanities, social sciences or other, similar concentrations. These programs tend to last one to two years.

Thailand, officially the Kingdom of Thailand, formerly known as Siam, is a country located at the centre of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia. Thailand's beaches and islands attract millions of visitors each year from all over the globe. Anyone with a four-year degree can gain employment as an English teacher in Thailand.

Chonburi city is one of the centers of research especially for those people who may wish to further their education to masters and doctorates degrees. This city does not have research-based university though it has several higher research centers.

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Master of Arts in Interaction Design

Asian University Thailand
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years June 2018 Thailand Chonburi Bangkok + 1 more

The Interaction Design programme requires students to develop their hands-on creative and practical skills as well as the more theoretical aspects of interaction design. [+]

Master of Arts in Interaction Design

With 3 choices of study plan (targeted at students from various backgrounds), 3 exit points (providing varied depths of study), and 3 lengths of course (supporting students’ workflow needs), this master’s is designed to be ‘user-friendly’. Classes range from design theory and design research through skills workshops to practical ‘hands-on’ project-centred learning.

Students get the opportunity to spend at least one year pursuing their Interaction Design related interests on thesis projects centred around topics such as Critical Discourse, Semiotic Analysis, Social Narrative, Experience Design, Communicative Environments, Pervasive Networks, Pattern Languages, Media Channelling, Posthuman Ethics, Multi-sense Engagement, Digital Ontology, Tangible Interactions and “Glocal” Diversity.... [-]