The Bachelor of Education in Teaching curriculum aims to lead students to: (Click to read more)

1. Systematically explore educational theory and practice.
2. Integrate newly acquired knowledge into a holistic educational philosophy that values moral development and pastoral care for the individual.
3. Critically analyse educational methodologies to justify appropriate application and practice in a given educational context.
4. Conduct creative research study involving systematic investigation, critical and reflective thought as well as documentation.
5. Develop leadership skills in education areas.
6. Develop the capacity to continuously learn and adapt to the changing educational environments.
7. Have a thorough understanding of theory and methodology in one of the Teaching / education areas.
8. Use well-developed communication skills to deal effectively with all levels of organisation.
9. Display a thorough understanding of the development of morals and values, their relationship to education and the ethics of the educator.
10. Develop an understanding of legal, ethical and policy issues related to education and psychology contexts and be able to apply these to real-world situations.
11. Be able to use, analyze and evaluate information technology in education.

The Bachelor of Education in Teaching curriculum aims to lead students to: (Click to read more)

1. Systematically explore educational theory and practice.
2. Integrate newly acquired knowledge into a holistic educational philosophy that values moral development and pastoral care for the individual.
3. Critically analyse educational methodologies to justify appropriate application and practice in a given educational context.
4. Conduct creative research study involving systematic investigation, critical and reflective thought as well as documentation.
5. Develop leadership skills in education areas.
6. Develop the capacity to continuously learn and adapt to the changing educational environments.
7. Have a thorough understanding of theory and methodology in one of the Teaching / education areas.
8. Use well-developed communication skills to deal effectively with all levels of organisation.
9. Display a thorough understanding of the development of morals and values, their relationship to education and the ethics of the educator.
10. Develop an understanding of legal, ethical and policy issues related to education and psychology contexts and be able to apply these to real-world situations.
11. Be able to use, analyze and evaluate information technology in education.

General Education Courses: not less than 36 credits

Humanities (11 credits)

  • GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development* (0 credits)
    *This subject is required for every semester
  • Three of the following courses:
    RELB 116 Life and Teachings of Jesus (3 credits)
    RELT 150 Fundamentals of Christian Beliefs (3 credits)
    RELH 271 Adventist Heritage and Mission (3 credits) or
    RELT 113 Origins of Life (3 credits)
  • And one of the following courses:
    HMNT 216 Thai Culture and Basic Conversational Skills** (2 credits)
    HMNT 210 Appreciation of Fine Arts*** (2 credits)
    MUSC 210 Music Appreciation (2 credits)
    **This subject is for Thai students only
    ***This subject is not for Thai students

Language (6 credits)

  • ENGL 111 English Composition I (3 credits)
  • ENGL 112 English Composition II (3 credits)

Mathematics and Science (12 credits)

  • CPTR 114 Computers and Information Technology (3 credits)
  • HLED 117 Health and Fitness (3 credits)
  • MATH 112 Survey of Mathematics (3 credits)
  • One of the Following:
    BIOL 211 Principles of Biology (3 credits)
    ENSC 211 Understanding Our Environment (3 credits)

Social Sciences (7 credits)

  • EDUC 111 Orientation to Higher Education (1 credits)
  • PSYC 115 General Psychology (3 credits)
  • RELP 312 Marriage and Family (3 credits)

Professional Courses: not less than 93 credits

Core Courses: 42 credits

  • EDUC 237 Methods for Integrating Instructional Technology (3 credits)
  • EDUC 270 Philosophical and Social Foundations of Education (3 credits)
  • EDUC 275 Introduction to Teaching (3 credits)
  • EDUC 284 Managing the Classroom Environment (3 credits)
  • EDUC 351 Integration of Faith and Learning (3 credits)
  • EDUC 354 Introduction to Research (3 credits)
  • EDUC 361 Professional Experience I (3 credits)
  • EDUC 390 Classroom Testing and Evaluation (3 credits)
  • EDUC 430 Introduction to Curriculum Development (3 credits)
  • EDUC 460 Professional Experience II (9 credits)
  • PSYC 220 Educational Psychology (3 credits)
  • PSYC 325 Fundamentals of Guidance and Counseling (3 credits)

Major Required Courses: 33 credits

  • EDUC 154 General Science (3 credits)
  • EDUC 151 Language Arts (3 credits)
  • EDUC 253 Mathematics (3 credits)
  • EDUC 343 Methods of Teaching Mathematics (3 credits)
  • EDUC 345 Methods of Teaching Language Arts and Reading (3 credits)
  • EDUC 357 Social Studies (3 credits)
  • EDUC 360 Methods of Teaching History and Social Studies (3 credits)
  • EDUC 431 Being a Professional Teacher (3 credits)
  • EDUC 443 Methods of Teaching Science (3 credits)
  • EDUC 447 Methods of Teaching Bible and Religion (3 credits)
  • EDUC 449 Methods of Teaching Health and Fitness (3 credits)

Minor Courses: 18 credits
Students are required to take not less than 18 credits of Minor from other faculty
as following:

  • Accounting
  • Management
  • Information Technology
  • English
  • Bioscience
  • Christian Studies
  • Psychology
  • Music

Free Electives: 6 credits

Students may choose 6 credits from any courses offered by any Faculty at Asia-Pacific International University.

Minor in Accounting: 21 credits

Required Courses: 18 credits

  • ACCT 131 Accounting Principles I (3 credits)
  • ACCT 132 Accounting Principles II (3 credits)
  • ACCT 221 Intermediate Accounting I (3 credits)
  • ACCT 222 Intermediate Accounting II (3 credits)
  • ACCT 363 Cost Accounting (3 credits)
  • ACCT 364 Management Accounting (3 credits)

Elective Courses: 3 credits

3 credits from any courses listed under elective emphasis for Accounting

Minor in Management: 18 credits

Required Courses: 9 credits

  • ENTR 238 The Entrepreneurial Mindset (3 credits)
  • MNGT 231 Principles of Management (3 credits)
  • MNGT 335 Organizational Behavior (3 credits)

Elective Courses: 9 credits

9 credits from any courses listed under required/elective emphasis for Management

Minor in Information Technology: 18 credits

Required Courses: 18 credits

  • IT 231 Essentials of Computer Programming (3 credits)
  • IT 251 Database Design (3 credits)
  • IT 232 Object-Oriented Programming (3 credits)
  • IT 282 Networking and Data Communications (3 credits)
  • IT 242 Front-End Web Development (3 credits)
  • IT 240 System Analysis and Design (3 credits)

Minor in English Language: 18 credits

Required Courses: 15 credits

  • Both of the following:
    ENGL 352 English Grammar (3 credits)
    ENGL 251 Public Speaking (3 credits)
  • One of the following:
    ENGL 152 Approaches to Reading (3 credits)
    ENGL 258 Critical Reading and Thinking (3 credits)
  • One of the following:
    ENGL 131 Introduction to Literature (3 credits)
    ENGL 237 Asian Literature (3 credits)
  • One of the following:
    ENGL 257 Expository Writing (3 credits)
    ENGL 259 Professional Writing (3 credits)
    ENGL 357 Creative Writing (3 credits)

Elective Courses: 3 credits

  • One from the following:
    NGL 243 Interpersonal Communication (3 credits)
    ENGL 254 Applied Phonetics and Diction (3 credits)
    ENGL 351 News Writing (3 credits)
    ENGL 356 Feature Writing (3 credits)
    ENGL 357 Creative Writing (3 credits)
    ENGL 443 Small Group and Team Communication (3 credits)
    ENGL 446 Cross Cultural Communication (3 credits)

Minor in Bioscience: 18 credits

Required Courses: 8 credits

  • BIOL 151 General Biology I (4 credits)
  • BIOL 152 General Biology II (4 credits)

Elective Courses: 10 credits*

  • BIOL 255 General Microbiology (4 credits)
  • BIOL 222 Genetics (4 credits)
  • BIOL 385 General Ecology (4 credits)
  • BIOL 382 Biodiversity and Systematic Biology (4 credits)
  • BIOL 452 Bioethics (3 credits)
  • BIOL 482 Philosophical Insights on Creation & Evolution (3 credits)
  • CHEM 131 General Chemistry I (4 credits)
  • CHEM 132 General Chemistry II (4 credits)
  • MATH 231 Mathematics for Life, Calculus I (3 credits)
  • MATH 232 Mathematics for Life, Calculus II (3 credits)
  • PHYS 231 General Physics I (4 credits)
  • PHYS 232 General Physics II (4 credits)
    *Other courses may be taken with the permission of the Dean, Faculty of Science.

Minor in Christian Studies: 18 credits

Required Courses: 18 credits

  • 2 Courses in Biblical Studies
  • 1 Course in Adventist Studies

Elective Courses: 3 credits

9 credits from major elective courses offered by the Faculty.

Minor in Music: 18 credits

Music Theory Courses (6 Credits)

  • MUSC 291 Music Theory and Musicianship I (3 credits)
  • MUSC 292 Music Theory and Musicianship II (3 credits)

Music History Course (2 Credits)

  • MUSC 397 Survey to Music History (2 credits)

Music Education Courses (5 Credits)

  • MUSC 361 Fundamentals of Music Education (2 credits)
  • MUSC 451 Methods of Teaching Music in the Classroom and School (3 credits)

Applied Music Performance Courses (5 Credits)

  • MUSC 305 Recital (1 credits)
  • One of these following:
    MUSC 380 Basic Conducting (2 credits)
    MUSC 381 Choral Conducting (2 credits)
  • One of these following:
    MUSC 121-124 Introductory Voice Lessons (1 credits)
    MUSC 221-224 Intermediate Voice Lessons (1 credits)
    MUSC 321-324 Advanced Study in Voice (1 credits)
    MUSC 111-114 Introductory Piano Lessons (1 credits)
    MUSC 211-214 Intermediate Piano Lessons (1 credits)
    MUSC 311- 314 Advanced Study in Piano (1 credits)
  • One of these following:
    MUSC 270 Choral Performance (1 credits)
    MUSC 275 Chamber Choir (1 credits)

First Year

First Semester

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 111 Orientation to Higher Education 1
EDUC 151 Language Arts 3
ENGL 111 English Composition I 3
HLED 117 Health & Fitness 3
PSYC 115 General Psychology 3
RELH 271 Adventist Heritage and Mission or 3
RELT 113 Origin of Life
Total 16

Second Semester

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 111 Orientation to Higher Education
(new students only)
1
CPTR 114 Computer & Information Technology 3
EDUC 154 General Science 3
ENGL 112 English Composition II 3
MATH 112 Survey of Mathematics 3
RELB 116 Life and Teachings of Jesus 3
Total 15 or (16)

Summer Session

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 270 Philosophical and Social Foundations of Education 3
Free Elective 3
Total 6

Second Year

First Semester

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
BIOL 211 Principles of Biology or 3
ENSC 211 Understanding Our Environment
EDUC 237 Methods for Integrating Instructional Technology 3
EDUC 253 Mathematics 3
EDUC 275 Introduction to Teaching 3
Minor 3
Total 15

Second Semester

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
HMNT 216 Thai Culture and Basic Conversational Skills (Foreign students only) or 2
HMNT 210 Appreciation of Fine Arts (Thai students only)
RELT 150 Fundamentals of Christian Beliefs 3
EDUC 220 Educational Psychology 3
EDUC 284 Managing the Classroom Environment 3
Minor 3
Free Elective 3
Total 17

Summer Session

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
RELP 312 Marriage and Family 3
EDUC 351 Integration of Faith and Learning 3
Total 6

Third Year

First Semester

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 343 Methods of Teaching Mathematics 3
EDUC 345 Methods of Teaching Language Arts and Reading 3
EDUC 357 Social Studies 3
EDUC 329 Introduction to Curriculum Development 3
PSYC 325 Fundamentals of Guidance and Counseling 3
Minor (if needed) 3
Total 15 or (18)

Second Semester

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 354 Introduction to Research 3
EDUC 360 Methods of Teaching History and Social Studies 3
EDUC 390 Classroom Testing and Evaluation 3
Minor 3
Minor 3
Total 15

Summer Session

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 361 Professional Experience I 3
EDUC 431 Being a Professional Teacher 3
Total 6

Fourth Year

First Semester

Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 443 Methods of Teaching Science 3
EDUC 447 Methods of Teaching Bible and Religion 3
EDUC 449 Methods of Teaching Health and Fitness 3
Minor 3
Minor 3
Free Elective (if needed) 3
Total 15 or (18)

Second Semester

Course Title Credits
EDUC 460 Professional Experience II 9
Total 9

First Year

First Semester

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 111 Orientation to Higher Education 1
EDUC 151 Language Arts 3
ENGL 111 English Composition I 3
HLED 117 Health & Fitness 3
PSYC 115 General Psychology 3
RELH 271 Adventist Heritage and Mission or 3
RELT 113 Origin of Life
Total 16

Second Semester

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 111 Orientation to Higher Education
(new students only)
1
CPTR 114 Computer & Information Technology 3
EDUC 154 General Science 3
ENGL 112 English Composition II 3
MATH 112 Survey of Mathematics 3
RELB 116 Life and Teachings of Jesus 3
Total 15 or (16)

Summer Session

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 270 Philosophical and Social Foundations of Education 3
Free Elective 3
Total 6

Second Year

First Semester

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
BIOL 211 Principles of Biology or 3
ENSC 211 Understanding Our Environment
EDUC 237 Methods for Integrating Instructional Technology 3
EDUC 253 Mathematics 3
EDUC 275 Introduction to Teaching 3
Minor 3
Total 15

Second Semester

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
HMNT 216 Thai Culture and Basic Conversational Skills (Foreign students only) or 2
HMNT 210 Appreciation of Fine Arts (Thai students only)
RELT 150 Fundamentals of Christian Beliefs 3
EDUC 220 Educational Psychology 3
EDUC 284 Managing the Classroom Environment 3
Minor 3
Free Elective 3
Total 17

Summer Session

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
RELP 312 Marriage and Family 3
EDUC 351 Integration of Faith and Learning 3
Total 6

Third Year

First Semester

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 343 Methods of Teaching Mathematics 3
EDUC 345 Methods of Teaching Language Arts and Reading 3
EDUC 357 Social Studies 3
EDUC 329 Introduction to Curriculum Development 3
PSYC 325 Fundamentals of Guidance and Counseling 3
Minor (if needed) 3
Total 15 or (18)

Second Semester

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 354 Introduction to Research 3
EDUC 360 Methods of Teaching History and Social Studies 3
EDUC 390 Classroom Testing and Evaluation 3
Minor 3
Minor 3
Total 15

Summer Session

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 361 Professional Experience I 3
EDUC 431 Being a Professional Teacher 3
Total 6

Fourth Year

First Semester

Code Course Title Credits
GENL 110 Seminar in Character Development 0
EDUC 443 Methods of Teaching Science 3
EDUC 447 Methods of Teaching Bible and Religion 3
EDUC 449 Methods of Teaching Health and Fitness 3
Minor 3
Minor 3
Free Elective (if needed) 3
Total 15 or (18)

Second Semester

Code Course Title Credits
EDUC 460 Professional Experience II 9
Total 9

The General Education Learning Outcomes

1. Ethics and Morals
Learning Outcomes

  1. Has moral standards, adheres to an ethical code of conduct in professional life, and serves as a role model to others.
  2. Is honest and faithful to oneself and to others.
  3. Has a sacrificial spirit, a heart for public service, and understands oneself and others.
  4. Has self-discipline and a sense of responsibility, respects others’ rights, and is a good listener.
  5. Respects the rules and regulations of organizations and society.

Teaching Strategies

  1. Faculty members are good role models and instill the value of honesty while teaching classes.
  2. Establish rules that promote self-discipline and a sense of responsibility, such as punctuality dress code and academic honesty.
  3. Encourage students to participate in and organize activities that provide academic and professional services to society.
  4. Encourage students to participate in/ organize activities that build Ethics and Moral Values.
  5. Teach through actual situations.
  6. Teach through lectures.
  7. Special lectures by experienced persons.
  8. Teach through discussions.
  9. Personal or group assignments.

Evaluation Methods

  1. Evaluate from submission of assignments.
  2. Evaluate from punctual attendance.
  3. Evaluate from self-discipline via appropriate dress and following of university rules and regulations.
  4. Evaluate from student participation in activities.
  5. Evaluate from student responsible on the assignments.
  6. Evaluate from behavioral observation and student participation in class.
  7. Evaluate by using examinations.

2. Knowledge
Learning Outcomes

  1. Understands fundamental concepts and principles in various fields including the Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences and Languages.
  2. Has a knowledge and understanding of principles, theories and concepts in knowledge that are studied.
  3. Is able to analyze and explain the principles of courses that are studied.
  4. Is able to integrate and apply knowledge appropriately in real-life situations.

Teaching Strategies

  1. Teach through lectures include a variety of teaching methodologies based on course content that emphasize student-centered.
  2. Teach through discussions.
  3. Teach through practice in laboratory.
  4. Teach through project-based instruction.
  5. Teach through self-study.
  6. Using situations, problems and case studies.
  7. Using actual situations.
  8. Emphasize participative learning by using collaborative and cooperative methodology.
  9. Personal or group assignments.
  10. Field trips.

Evaluation Methods

  1. Sectional quizzes, midterm examination and final examination.
  2. Case study analysis reports.
  3. Practice assessment.
  4. Report/Project assessment.
  5. Presentation assessment.
  6. Self-assessment, Peer assessment, Teacher assessment.
  7. Behavioral Observation and student participation in class.

3. Cognitive Skills
Learning Outcomes

  1. Understands concepts and is able to think systematically.
  2. Able to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate problems by using knowledge obtained through study.
  3. Able to apply knowledge to solve problems in various situations properly and appropriately.

Teaching Strategies

  1. Teach through discussions to foster analytical thinking.
  2. Teach through problem-based learning or case studies related to course content.
  3. Teach through experiential learning with actual situations, field trips.
  4. Emphasize application of theory in actual situations.
  5. Teach through self-study.
  6. Personal or group assignments.

Evaluation Methods

  1. Evaluate by using examinations.
  2. Case study analysis reports.
  3. Evaluate from problem solving processes and analytical performance.
  4. Evaluate from actual work performance.
  5. Report/Project assessment.
  6. Presentation assessment.

4. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
Learning Outcomes

  1. Has good human relation skills, is able to adapt to situations and organizational culture.
  2. Is responsible to society, organizations, and for assigned work.
  3. Able to assume the roles of either a leader or a follower in various circumstances.

Teaching Strategies

  1. (1) Use a variety of teaching methodologies that emphasize student-centered learning by using problems, case studies and actual situations.
    (2) Emphasize interaction between student and student, student and teacher, student and service recipient.
    (3) Organize group activities to foster the roles of leader and follower.
    (4) Organize learning from practical activities or projects that promotes team work and leadership skills.

Evaluation Methods

  1. Evaluate students’ interpersonal skills and sense of responsibility by using cooperative learning methods.
  2. Self-assessment, Peer assessment, Teacher assessment.
  3. Behavioral observation and student participation.
  4. Evaluate learner on leadership skills and how they assume the roles of leader and follower in different kinds of situations.
  5. Evaluate ability to work with others and as a team.
  6. Evaluate the responsiveness from the practical section.

5. Quantitative Analytical, Communication and Information Technology Skills
Learning Outcomes

  1. Able to use knowledge in mathematics or statistics to analyze data and present it in a suitable manner.
  2. Able to communicate with others appropriately through listening, speaking, reading, writing, and presenting information.
  3. Able to use information technology skills to search for, collect, analyze, and present data properly.

Teaching Strategies

  1. Organize activities that emphasize quantitative analytical skills through practice exercises, solving mathematical or statistical problems, and applying these principles in actual situations.
  2. Organize activities that emphasize the communication skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing, and presenting.
  3. Provide learning experience in selecting and using information technology to search for data and communicates it clearly in many formats.
  4. Provide learning experience in presenting information that is appropriate in terms of the audience, content, and channel.

Evaluation Methods

  1. Evaluate numerical skills through examinations.
  2. Evaluate communication skills through examinations, observation, or assignments that measure listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
  3. Evaluate information technology skills through examinations, project reports and presentations.

The Professional Learning Outcomes

1. Ethics and Morals
Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand and acquire values, ethics, and morals in educational administration
  2. Be Honest and learn self-discipline with regards to time and responsibility to oneself, to one’s profession, and to society
  3. Demonstrate personal skills in respecting others, leading, and following in a group or team work
  4. Respect rules and regulations of organizations and society.

Teaching Strategies

  1. Establish an organization culture that fosters self-discipline in students by class attendance regulations
  2. Learning from actual situations
  3. Learning from group role play by practicing leader and follower roles
  4. Learning from case studies related to moral and ethical issues
  5. Establish rules that promote honesty, such as rules about plagiarism
  6. Integrate moral and ethical standards into all courses, and organize moral and ethical activities

Evaluation Methods

  • There are different types of evaluation during the class period, after class, and after graduation. This evaluation includes student self-assessment, along with evaluation by peers, teachers, and internship work supervisors. The evaluation methods include interviews, observation, questionnaires, focus groups, recording notes, and other related measurements. The contents of the evaluation include at least the following: class attendance, submission of assignments, participating in activities, doing high quality work, self-discipline, responsiveness, and work performance.

2. Knowledge
Learning Outcomes

  1. Acquire knowledge and understanding of the principles and theories pertinent to the field of studies
  2. Exhibit ability to analyze problems and to understand and explain the needs in the education area
  3. Show interest and be cognizant of recent and ongoing knowledge developments in the field of studies
  4. Display a broad knowledge within the field of studies
  5. Foster the integration of what is learnt with other related disciplines

Teaching Strategies

  1. Emphasize theory and application in actual situations
  2. Emphasize participative learning
  3. Use problems and case studies
  4. Learn from actual situations and field trips
  5. Lecturing and discussion
  6. Research, analysis, and independent study
  7. Selected topic presentation and group study

Evaluation Methods

  1. Sectional quizzes
  2. Midterm and final examination
  3. Student reports and assignments
  4. Case study analysis reports
  5. Independent study and projects
  6. Class presentation

3. Cognitive Skills
Learning Outcomes

  1. Think systematically and holistically
  2. Be able to search, define, and evaluate information for solving problems creatively
  3. Be able to apply knowledge and skills to solve educational problems appropriately

Teaching Strategies

  1. Case studies
  2. Group discussion
  3. Independent study
  4. Projects

Evaluation Methods

  1. Ability to analyze and solve problems in case studies
  2. Evaluate from problem solving processes, independent study, and analytical performance, such as case study analysis presentations, independent study reports, group discussion reports, and seminars

4. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
Learning Outcomes

  1. Be able to communicate effectively to different groups of people
  2. Be able to assist and facilitate problem solving in different situations in individual or group contexts, both as leader and a team member
  3. Responsible for individual work and/or group work and professional development

Teaching Strategies

  1. Emphasize interaction between student and student, student and teacher, and student and service recipient
  2. Organize group activities to foster the roles of leader and follower
  3. Organize learning from practical activities promotes team work and leadership skills
  4. Organize learning from practical activities that promotes team work in multicultural situations

Evaluation Methods

  1. Evaluate leaners on how they assume the roles of leader and follower
  2. Evaluate leadership skills in different kinds of situations
  3. Evaluate ability to work with others and as teams
  4. Evaluate responsiveness from practical activities

5. Quantitative Analytical, Communication, and IT Skills
Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate skills in applying quantitative tools for problem solving
  2. Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats
  3. Be able to choose appropriate types of media for presentation.

Teaching Strategies

  1. Organize activities that emphasize communication skills in speaking, listening, and writing between two people and with groups
  2. Provide learning experience in selecting and using information technology for communication
  3. Provide learning experience in selecting, using information, and presenting information that is appropriate in terms of the audience, content, and channel employed

Evaluation Methods

  1. Evaluation on learning activities by observation and assessment of speaking and writing skills
  2. Listening assessment
  3. Analysis of information by examining documents, case study analysis reports, research output, and independent study