Our world is increasingly facing serious problems, partially due to population growth, increasing life spans, pollution, overconsumption and waste, among other things. Are companies doing enough for their communities, their employees, their country, their world? Have they developed a deep enough understanding to set forth clear and measurable goals and integrate sustainability into their corporate strategy? Today’s companies must learn more about sustainability concepts and how to apply them to improve their business practices.
This program aims to help develop knowledge and skills, which can immediately be applied across a wide range of business settings and help companies improve their capacities as related to sustainability initiatives. Knowledge gained from business practitioners across a wide range of industries, plus findings from CMMU faculty’s research and publications will help students learn about key issues in sustainability and provide valuable knowledge for the businesses they work for, not just for today, but also looking forward to the future.
Graduates of the program are prepared for careers in consulting companies with a focus on sustainability and corporate social responsibility. They may work in larger companies with departments focusing on sustainability, corporate social responsibility, and green product development. Or in smaller firms, including new start-ups, that specialize in green products or services. Graduates may also work in government or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that focus on sustainability issues.
|Required Courses (21 Credits)
|Plan A: Thesis Plan (Total 9 Credits)
3 Required Elective Courses
Thesis (Total 15 Credits)
|Plan B: Thematic Plan (Total 18 Credits)
3 Required Elective Courses
+ 2 Free Elective Courses within the specialization
+ 1 free elective course (from any specialization)
Consulting Practice Topics (Total 6 Credits)
Students who have satisfied the general requirements for admission or successfully transferred from Conditional Status will be admitted as Graduate Students. Successful completion of the Master's Program requires students to meet quality standards set by the College.
|Item||Enrollment||Term 1||Term 2||Term 3||Term 4||Term 5||Total|
|2. Entrance Fee||38,000||-||-||-||-||-||38,000|
|3. Tuition Fee1||-||43,200||43,200||43,200||43,200||43,200||216,200|
|Total Academic Expenses||38,000||78,200||78,200||78,200||78,200||78,200||429,000|
1. All students are required to achieve at least 45 credits. The fee (excludes textbooks) of 216,000 THB (4,800 THB/credit x 45 credits) charged for the Master of Management (International Program) is considered a "total program fee".
Note: This information will be changed without further notice. Please keep in contact with Academic Affairs to confirm this document
As part of our admissions process, you will take a language test and also come for a face to face admissions interview. We are not looking for perfect English but we want to ensure that English will not be an obstacle to your successful completion of the program. If we think that your level of English is not sufficient we will recommend that you take English classes.
A thesis requires a literature review of past relevant work, and then original research is conducted by the student and presented to an academic committee. Anyone potentially interested in Ph.D. study should consider either the IS or thesis option. Students with a full scholarship are required to write a thesis.
Students should pass the comprehensive exam before they consider going on an exchange program. The best time for exchange would be term 4 or term 5.
Yes. Several of our partner universities offer short-term exchange opportunities for one week, or two weeks, or 1 month. CMMU also offers an international study trip as part of a CP Course on International Business
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