Core Courses

Course ID: 111 109 - 12

Lect. Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee

Creative musical activities focusing on applying musical knowledge to benefit a community by tailoring the activities to suit the conditions and needs.

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General Education: Humanities

Course ID: 110 105

Lect. Anant Nakkong, Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee

Comparative study of important ASEAN musical identities; repertoires, musical instruments, roles of instruments and musicians; the relationship between music and society, cross-cultural integration, transmission of musical knowledge, and the effects of economic, social and cultural policies of ASEAN on its musical culture.


PGVIM Master Music Programme
Course ID: 202 104
Lect. Anant Nakkkong, Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee and more

Historical, cultural, and functional comparative study of the music of Asia, emphasizing on its characteristics; the relationship between the music and the society through the ideology reflecting ways of life, socio-political structures, and economic policies; aesthetics of Asian music; cross-cultural music as the development of Asian music.


General Education: Humanities

Course ID: 110 106

Lect. Team Teaching

Characteristics and importance of visual arts with the aim to cultivate aesthetic tastes, appreciation and recognition of creative arts through the example of works from the past to the present day; roles of visual art in the Eastern and Western cultures.


General Education: Humanities

Course ID: 110 104

Lect. Warinart Patakwongwan and Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee

Theories and concepts of myth and ritual of ASEAN; structure, relationship, and perceptions of myth and ritual in the social context; effects of economic and social policies as well as ASEAN cultures on the changes and transformations; sustainability of myth and ritual.


General Education:  Social Sciences
Course ID: 110 205
Lect. Diplomats and Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee

Comparative study of society and politics in different regions; the modern history of political and social geographies and borders and terrains; structural system and relationship; social process, factors and the direction of changes.


General Education: Free Elective
Course ID: 111 322
Lect: Anant Nakkong, Suppabhorn Suwanpakdee and more

Comparative study of music from different cultures; history and development of music from various cultures, prosperity and deterioration of their music; philosophy, transmission process, rituals, social values, instruments and ensembles, playing techniques, notable figures, music theories, repertoire, and other arts and cultures related to music.