Message from Dean
Welcome to the academic year 2020. Our school embraces four areas of graduate studies – Graduate Programs of Education, Graduate Programs of Psychology, Graduate Programs of Philosophy & Religion, and Graduate Programs of English Language Teaching. This merger of programs under one school supports multidisciplinary course offerings to serve more students and enhance the intellectual vigor of programs. Since the academic year 2020, we offer nine programs and the St. Martin's Center for Professional Ethics for the undergraduate students
Our nine programs under four areas are as follows:
Master of Education Program in Curriculum and Instruction;
Master of Education Program in Educational Administration and Leadership;
Master of Science Program in Counseling Psychology;
Master of Arts Program in Philosophy and Religion;
Master of Arts Program in English Language Teaching;
Doctor of Philosophy Program in Educational Administration and Leadership;
Doctor of Philosophy Program in Counseling Psychology;
Doctor of Philosophy Program in Philosophy and Religion;
Doctor of Philosophy Program in English Language Teaching
Our vision of our nine programs is not only to produce high quality and competent graduates with critical minds but also to be recognized as a leader in graduate studies of education, psychology, philosophy, and religion with a strong focus on the pursuit of professional knowledge in education, psychology, philosophy, and religion.
The success of our programs comes from the strong professionalism and expertise of our faculty members and staff, from our highly competent and dedicated students, from the strong support of the President and the administrators of Assumption University, and the strong support of the alumni and the international community.
On behalf of the faculty and staff, I am very pleased to welcome all visitors and students to our website. You will soon become acquainted with the information concerning the detail of our programs, admission, resources, service, and all of the supporting systems through the linkage of our four websites of Graduate Programs of Education, Graduate Programs of Psychology, Graduate Programs of Philosophy & Religion and Graduate Programs of English Language Teaching.
As a final word, thank you for spending your time to visit our website.
Associate Professor Dr. Suwattana Eamoraphan
Graduate School of Human Sciences