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Reference : Undergraduate Bulletin 2015-2016
|A. General Education Courses||30|
|• Language Courses||15|
|• Social Science Courses||9|
|• Humanities Courses||3|
|• Science and Mathematics Courses||3|
|B. Specialized Courses||113|
|• Core Courses||90|
|• Major Required Courses||21|
|• Major Elective Courses||2|
|C. Free Electives Courses||6|
- Have moral and ethics in the practice of law profession and demonstrate fairness and responsibility to society.
- Have knowledge in basic law, business law and passes English skills for reading, for communication and for writing.
- Use cognitive skills and able to use knowledge in law to analyze and solve problems appropriately according to situations.
- Able to work with others and able to adjust oneself to working environment and coworkers appropriately.
- Posses leadership skill and have responsibility to oneself and the society.
- Able to plan for one’s development and acquisition of knowledge.
- Able to use information technology effectively in communication.
Assumption University confers the degree of Bachelor of Laws upon students who meet all of the following requirements:
- Have completed the total number of credits of the curriculum
- Have obtained a cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.00
- Have participated in 16 sessions of the Professional Ethics Seminar
- Have obtained library and bad credit clearance from the university
- Have demonstrated good behavior and discipline
A. General Education Courses 30 Credits
B. Specialized Courses 113 Credits
|Core Courses||90 Credits|
|LW 1101||Juristic Acts and Contracts Law||3|
|LW 1102||Property and Land Law||3|
|LW 1201||Criminal Law I||3|
|LW 1501||Principles of Private Law||3|
|LW 1502||Principle of Public Law||2|
|LW 1503||Thai Legal History||2|
|LW 1504||Constitutional Law||3|
|LW 2103||Obligations Law||3|
|LW 2104||Law of Delict||3|
|LW 2105||Insurance Law||2|
|LW 2106||Specific Contracts I||3|
|LW 2107||Partnership and Company Law||3|
|LW 2108||Negotiable Instruments and Current Accounts Law||2|
|LW 2202||Criminal Law II||2|
|LW 2203||Criminal Law III||3|
|LW 2505||Administrative Law||2|
|LW 2601||Public Finance Law||2|
|LW 2602||Computer Law and Computer for Legal Research||3|
|LW 3109||Specific Contracts II||3|
|LW 3110||Family Law||3|
|LW 3111||Secured Transactions Law||2|
|LW 3112||Succession Law||3|
|LW 3301||Civil Procedural Law||4|
|LW 3302||Criminal Procedural Law||4|
|LW 3303||Constitution of Courts of Justice and Judicial System||2|
|LW 3304||Civil Procedural Law on Execution of Judgment and Orders||2|
|LW 3305||Evidence Law||3|
|LW 3306||Bankruptcy Law||3|
|LW 3401||Public International Law||3|
|LW 3602||Tax Law I||3|
|LW 4402||Private International Law||3|
|LW 4506||Philosophy of Law||2|
|LW 4604||Labor and Social Security Law||3|
C. Free Electives Courses 6 Credits
Students can take free elective course which are offered by the school upon completion of the prerequisite(s) (if any).