Undergraduate Study

Studying law at Thomas Aquinas School of Law Assumption University will not only provide you the opportunity to qualify as a solicitor, barrister, public prosecutor, or judge, it will also help you develop a diverse set of skills and sciences which you will be able to apply in many different fields such as business entrepreneur, business organization staff, international organization staff, legal advisor, practice lawyer, state officer, academic scholar, politician, investor, legal interpreter, freelance worker, etc.

Students will be inculcated and enhanced to be qualified with 6 major desired characteristics through the graduate production process which are 1) Moral and ethics of the legal profession, 2) Knowledgeable in general law, business law, and business context, 3) Proficient in English, 4) Having the legal analytical skill, problem-solving, and self-development planning, 5) Having interpersonal skills, leadership, and democratic spirit, and 6) Having IT skills for communication, work, and life.

There are 3 learning options at our law school:Option I, Lawyer-Entrepreneur,Option II, Professional Lawyer in the Judicial Process, andOption III, General Business Lawyer. Once students have already completed their core courses of 81 credits, they will have opportunities to choose which branches of major elective courses they prefer to specialize in.Preferably for Option I & II, there are 4 groups of courses reserved for those who are interested to choose in order to uplift their competencies.

Option I: Lawyer-Entrepreneur

1. Information Technology and Intellectual Property Management

1 Intellectual Property Law 3 credits
2 Innovation and Technology 3 credits
3 Intellectual Property Law and Practice 3 credits
4 Seminar on Intellectual Property Law, Information Technology, and Entrepreneurship 3 credits

2. Logistics and Law

1 Fundamentals of Supply Chain and Logistics Management 3 credits
2 Custom Clearance and Tax in Logistics Management 3 credits
3 Law on Transportation and Insurance in Logistics Management 3 credits
4 Seminar on Supply Chain, Logistics, Transportation and Warehouse 3 credits

3. Real Estate Business and Law

1 Principles of Real Estate Business and Legal Aspects of Real Estate Business 3 credits
2 Building Design and Construction Techniques 3 credits
3 Real Estate Development 3 credits
4 Real Estate Finance and Appraisal 3 credits

Option II: Professional Lawyer in the Judicial Process

1 Advanced Civil Law 3 credits
2 Advanced Criminal Law/td> 3 credits
3 Advanced Civil Procedure Law 3 credits
4 Advanced Criminal Procedure Law 3 credits

Option III: General Business Lawyer

Students can independently choose 4 elective courses (total 12 credits) to study which are offered to register in each semester.

Courses for Undergraduate Program

1.General Education Courses

GE 1303 Science for Sustainable Future 2 credits
GE 1410 Thai for Profession Communication
(Required course for Thai students)
2 credits
GE 1412 Introductory Thai Usage
(Required course for Thai students from International Program)
2 credits
GE 2110 Human Civilizations and Global Citizens 2 credits
GE 2202 Ethics 3 credits
BBA 1004 Essential Marketing for Entrepreneurs 2 credits
BBA 1005 Essential Finance for Entrepreneurs 2 credits
BBA 1006 Essential Economics for Entrepreneurs 2 credits
BBA 1007 Data Analytics for Entrepreneurs 3 credits
ELE 1001 Communicative English 1 3 credits
ELE 1002 Communicative English 2 3 credits
ELE 2000 Academic English 3 credits
ELE 2001 Advanced Academic English 3 credits

2.Core Courses

1) General Legal Principles

LLB 1101 Jurisprudence and Law for Everyday Life 3 credits
LLB 1102 Legal History 2 credits
LLB 4103 Fundamental Principles of Human Rights, Good Governance, Rule of Law and Ethics 2 credits
LLB 4104 Philosophy of Law 2 credits

2) Civil Law

LLB 1201 Juristic Acts and Contracts Law 3 credits
LLB 1202 Property and Land Law 3 credits
LLB 2203 Law of Obligations 3 credits
LLB 2204 Law of Delict, Management of Affairs without Mandate, Undue Enrichment 3 credits
LLB 3205 Family Law and Succession Law 3 credits

3) Criminal Law

LLB 1301 Criminal Law I 3 credits
LLB 2302 Criminal Law II 3 credits

4) Public Law

LLB 1401 Principles of Public Law, Public Finance Law and Public Economic Law 3 credits
LLB 1402 Constitutional Law, Human Rights, and Political Institutions 3 credits
LLB 3403 Administrative Law 2 credits

5) Commercial and Business Law

LLB 2501 Specific Contracts I 2 credits
LLB 2502 Specific Contracts II 3 credits
LLB 2503 Insurance Law 2 credits
LLB 2504 Negotiable Instruments and Current Account Law 2 credits
LLB 3505 Secured Transactions Law 2 credits
LLB 3506 Law on Business Organizations 3 credits
LLB 3507 Bankruptcy Law and Rehabilitation 2 credits
LLB 4508 Tax Law and Law on Taxation in International Trade and Investment 3 credits
LLB 4509 International Business Transactions Law 2 credits
LLB 4510 Principles of Business Contract Drafting 2 credits
LLB 4511 Investment Law 2 credits

6) Procedure Law

LLB 3601 Civil Procedure Law 3 credits
LLB 3602 Criminal Procedure Law 3 credits
LLB 3603 Judicial Process, Court system and Constitution of Courts of Justice 1 credits
LLB 3604 Evidence Law 2 credits
LLB 3605 Legal Counselling and Advocacy 2 credits

7) International Law

LLB 3701 Public International Law 2 credits
LLB 3702 Private International Law 3 credits

8) Law on Social Changes, Community Development, or Science Technology

LLB 4801 Labor Law 3 credits
LLB 4802 Laws on Digital Technology 2 credits
LLB 4803 Finance and Financial Institutions Law 2 credits
LLB 4804 Law on Personal Data Protection 2 credits

3.Elective Courses

Besides the aforementioned specific elective courses, students can freely choose elective courses they are interested to study as many as they prefer every academic year. Examples of our elective courses are as follows:

LLB 4510 Intellectual Property Law 3 credits
LLB 4511 Innovation and Technology 3 credits
LLB 4512 Intellectual Property Law and Practice 3 credits
LLB 4513 Seminar on Intellectual Property Law, Information Technology, and Entrepreneurship 3 credits
LLB 4514 Fundamentals of Supply Chain and Logistics Management 3 credits
LLB 4515 Custom Clearance and Tax in Logistics Management 3 credits
LLB 4516 Law on Transportation and Insurance in Logistics Management 3 credits
LLB 4517 Seminar on Supply Chain, Logistics, Transportation and Warehouse 3 credits
LLB 4518 Principles of Real Estate Business and Legal Aspects of Real Estate Business 3 credits
LLB 4519 Building Design and Construction Techniques 3 credits
LLB 4520 Real Estate Development 3 credits
LLB 4521 Real Estate Finance and Appraisal 3 credits
LLB 4522 Principles of Business Contract Drafting 3 credits
LLB 4523 Principles of Economics for Lawyers 3 credits
LLB 4524 Principles of Accounting and Financial Reports for Lawyers 3 credits
LLB 4525 Securities and Securities Exchange Law 3 credits
LLB 4526 Investment Law 3 credits
LLB 4527 International Economic Law 3 credits
LLB 4528 Arbitration Law 3 credits
LLB 4529 Carriage of Goods by Sea Law 3 credits
LLB 4530 Customs Law 3 credits
LLB 4531 Industrial Law 3 credits
LLB 4532 Principles of Real Estate Business and Law on Real Estate Business 3 credits
LLB 4533 Competition Law 3 credits
LLB 4534 Significant Problems in Tax Law 3 credits
LLB 4535 Significant Legal Problems in Business Law 3 credits
LLB 4536 Law on Sport Business 3 credits
LLB 4537 Significant Problems in Intellectual Property Law 3 credits
LLB 4538 Law on Entertainment and Fashion Business 3 credits
LLB 4539 International Financial and Banking Law 3 credits
LLB 4540 International Business Law and Start-Up Business (Chinese-English Language) 3 credits
LLB 4541 Trust Law for Assets Management and Investment 3 credits

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