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Doctoral of Laws (LL.D.)

 

 

Program title

 Doctor of Laws Program
 

Degree

Doctor of Laws (LL.D.)
 

Objectives of the program

philosophy

The Doctor of Laws program is aim to produce legal experts who are morally sound, having legal ethic with strong analytical skill. Graduates of the program are expected to be able to contribute their high level of legal knowledge for the development of the country and to response to the need of the justice system.

objectives
1.To produce legal experts in doctoral level who have a strong legal knowledge and are excellent in academic.

2.To produce legal researchers who obtain excellent and valuable result both in their legal studies and their research in order to contribute to the development of the country and to response to the need of justice system of the society.   

3.To produce graduates who are morally sound, committed to acting justly, having legal ethic, and respect in the Rule of law and good governance principles.

4. To broaden opportunity of the country in producing legal graduates in doctoral level as well as to serve the society by offering legal services through researching projects of students. 

 

Admission requirements


PlanA:  48 credits of Thesis


(1) Applicants must have hold a Master of Laws degree from the institution recognized by the Office of the Higher Education Commission of Thailand.

(2) Applicants must have knowledge of English, in accordance to the requirement of NIDA.
(3) Applicants must have an experience in conducting research or an experience as a co-researcher .

(4) Students must be able to devote their time for the research throughout the completion of program.


Plan B/1:  18 credits of dissertation and 36 credits of courses.

(1) Applicants must hold a Master of Laws degree from the institution recognized by the Office of the Higher Education Commission of Thailand.

(2) Applicants must have English capability in accordance to the requirement of NIDA.
(3) Students must be able to devote their time for the research throughout the completion of program.

Plan B/2:  48 credits of dissertation, 30 credits of courses.
(1)Applicants must hold a Bachelor's degree from an institution recognized by the Office of the Higher Education Commission. Having at least one year of professional experience in the legal field or holding Bachelor’s degree with honor.

(2) Applicants must hold English capability, in accordance to the requirement of NIDA.
(3) Students must be able to devote their time for the research throughout the completion of the program


 

Learning System


Full time study of binary system consisting of two semesters for each academic year.Not less than 15 weeks of class in each semester. Some classes might be available during summer, upon the approval of the executive committee of the program.

 

Program structure

 

Curriculum

Plan A

Plan B/1

Plan B/2

1 Intensive Courses

20 Hours

20 Hours

40 Hours

2 Remedial courses

-

6 credits (S/U)

6 Credits (S/U)

3 Basic Courses

-

-

12 credits

4 Core Courses

-

9 credits

9 credits

5 Research methodology

-

6 credits

6 credits

6 Elective Courses

-

3 credits (students must choose from the list of major courses)

3 credits(students must choose from the list of major courses)

7 Thesis

48 credits

36 credits

48 credits

8 Examination

required

required

required

Total

48 Credits

54 Credits

78 Credits

 

 

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