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BEC Curriculum 2010

Course Structure

           Students must complete a minimum of 138 credits of the following;
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Non-Thai students or Thai students who are not proficient in Thai or are unable to
communicate in Thai can substitute TH 1...
EB 471 Seminar in Business English Communication                    3 credits
EB 472 Independent Study                    ...
4. Requirements for the Associate of Arts in Business English
         Communication (A.A. in Business English Communicati...
0-5             represents    core courses
         6-9             represents    elective courses


16.4 Business English...
Year 1, Semester 1
TU 110 Integrated Humanities                                     3 credits
TU 111 Thailand in Historica...
Year 3, Semester 1
EB 311 Intercultural Communication in the Business World       3 credits
EB 316 English for Fundamental...
OR
EB 458 Interpretation in Business                                     3 credits
EB 441 English for Negotiations in Busi...
This course is for non-Thai students or students with very low proficiency in Thai
(for example, for students who used to ...
values and their effects on business communication. Intercultural barriers and conflicts.
Issues of intercultural communic...
Principles, processes and techniques in presenting business information such as
analyzing audiences, preparing information...
Presentation of information about business English communication issues appearing in
different forms of media such as news...
consumer behavior, characteristics of perfectly and imperfectly competitive markets and
concept of market failures. Macroe...
Prerequisite: EB 221, EB 242
Principles of management in tourism and hospitality. Information about the tourist and
hotel ...
Processes and techniques of translation from Thai to English; practice in translating
texts from a variety of business tex...
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  1. 1. BEC Curriculum 2010 Course Structure Students must complete a minimum of 138 credits of the following; 1. Foundation courses 30 credits 2. Specialized courses 102 credits 2.1 Major area core courses 84 credits 2.2 Required electives 18 credits 3. Free Elective Courses 6 credits 16.2 Course requirements Foundation Courses 30 credits Part I: Students must complete 21 credits of the following foundation courses. 1.1 Humanities (3 credits) • TU 110 Integrated Humanities 3 credits 1.2 Social Sciences (3 credits) • TU 120 Integrated Social Sciences 3 credits 1.3 Sciences and Mathematics (with a total of 6 credits) Sciences • TU 130 Integrated Sciences and Technology 3 credits Mathematics Select one course from the following: • TU 151 General College Mathematics 3 credits • TU 152 Fundamental Mathematics 3 credits • TU 153 General Concepts of Computer 3 credits • TU 154 Foundation of Mathematics 3 credits • TU 155 Fundamental Statistics 3 credits • TU 156 Introduction to Computer 3 credits 1.4 General languages (with a total of 9 credits) Thai Language • TH 161 Thai Usage 3 credits OR • TH 160 Basic Thai 3 credits
  2. 2. Non-Thai students or Thai students who are not proficient in Thai or are unable to communicate in Thai can substitute TH 161 with TH160. English Language • EL 171 English Course 2 3 credits • EL 172 English Course 3 3 credits Part II: Students must complete 9 credits of the following: • TU 111 Thailand in Historical, Social and Cultural Perspective 3 credits • TU 112 Heritage of the Pre-modern World 3 credits • TU 115 Man and His Literary Creativity 3 credits • TU 116 Man and Arts: Visual Arts, Music and Performing Arts 3 credits • TU 117 Development of the Modern World 3 credits • TU 124 Society and Economy 3 credits 2. Specialized Courses 102 credits 2.1 Core Course 84 credits 2.1.1 Major area core courses 57 credits Students are required to take 57 credits of the following EB core courses: EB 221 Reading and Writing in Business English 1 3 credits EB 222 Reading and Writing in Business English 2 3 credits EB 241 English for Business Communication 1 3 credits EB 242 English for Business Communication 2 3 credits EB 311 Intercultural Communication in the Business World 3 credits EB 312 Communication and Ethics in Business 3 credits EB 313 Applied Linguistics for Business English 3 credits EB 321 Critical Reading through Arts and Culture 3 credits EB 331 English for Business Correspondence 3 credits EB 332 English for Electronic Communications 3 credits EB 333 Introduction to English Report Writing 3 credits EB 341 English for Business Presentations 3 credits EB 342 English for Business Meetings 3 credits EB 361 Practicum 3 credits EB 411 Business Discourse Analysis 3 credits EB 431 English for Business Proposals and Reports 3 credits EB 441 English for Negotiations in Business 3 credits
  3. 3. EB 471 Seminar in Business English Communication 3 credits EB 472 Independent Study 3 credits For the following courses in 2.1 (EB 221, EB 222, EB 241, EB 242 and EB 333), a minimum grade of C must be obtained. 2.1.2 Content core courses Students are required to take 27 credits of the following content core courses: BA 201 Business Law 3 credits BA 291 Introduction to Business 3 credits EC 210 Introductory Economics 3 credits HO 201 Principles of Management 3 credits JM 250 Introduction to Advertising and Public Relations 3 credits MK 202 Fundamentals of Marketing 3 credits PY 211 General Psychology 3 credits PY 226 Social Psychology 3 credits PY 329 Cross-Cultural Psychology 3 credits 2.1.3 Required Electives 18 credits Students are required to select 6 courses from the following: EB 316 English for Fundamental Marketing 3 credits EB 317 English for Human Resource Management 3 credits EB 318 English for Tourism and Hospitality Management 3 credits EB 356 Translation in Business English: English-Thai 1 3 credits EB 357 Translation in Business English: English-Thai 2 3 credits EB 416 English for Logistics Management 3 credits EB 417 English for Public Relations in Business Organizations 3 credits EB 418 English for Finance 3 credits EB 456 Translation in Business English: Thai-English 3 credits EB 457 Translating Business Contracts 3 credits EB 458 Interpretation in Business 3 credits 3. Free Electives 6 credits Students must take at least 6 credits of any courses offered by Thammasat University as free electives except foundation courses. However, the student can take a foreign language course that is selected by the BEC Program to be a free elective.
  4. 4. 4. Requirements for the Associate of Arts in Business English Communication (A.A. in Business English Communication) To be eligible for obtaining the Associate of Arts in Business English Communication, students must complete a minimum of 96 credits and meet the following requirements: 1. Obtain a minimum GPA of 2.00 2. Be enrolled in at least 5 regular semesters. 3. Complete 30 credits of the Foundation Courses 4. Complete a minimum of 63 credits of the following Specialized Courses in the Business English Communication program. 4.1 Major area core courses EB 221 EB 222 EB 241 EB 242 EB 311 EB 312 EB 313 EB 321 EB 331 EB 332 EB 333 EB 341 EB 342 For the following courses in 4.1 (EB 221, EB 222, EB 241, EB 242 and EB 333), a minimum grade of C must be obtained. 4.2 Content core courses BA 201 BA 291 HO201 MK 202 EC 210 JM 250 PY211 PY 226 4.3 Free Electives 3 credits 16.3 Course Code Prefix 1. Course code prefix EB represents Business English Communication 2. Digit First digit represents level 2 represents basic or introduction course 3 represents intermediate course 4 represents advanced course Second digit represents subject matter 1 represents content course 2 represents reading and writing course 3 represents writing course 4 represents speaking course 5 represents translation course 6 represents practicum 7 represents research Third digit represents core and elective courses
  5. 5. 0-5 represents core courses 6-9 represents elective courses 16.4 Business English Communication Courses Courses credit (Lecture-Practice-Self Study) EB 221 Reading and Writing in Business English 1 3(3-0-6) EB 222 Reading and Writing in Business English 2 3(3-0-6) EB 241 English for Business Communication 1 3(3-0-6) EB 242 English for Business Communication 2 3(3-0-6) EB 311 Intercultural Communication in the Business World 3(3-0-6) EB 312 Communication and Ethics in Business 3(3-0-6) EB 313 Applied Linguistics for Business English 3(3-0-6) EB 316 English for Fundamental Marketing 3(3-0-6) EB 317 English for Human Resource Management 3(3-0-6) EB 318 English for Tourism and Hospitality Management 3(3-0-6) EB 321 Critical Reading through Arts and Culture 3(3-0-6) EB 331 English for Business Correspondence 3(3-0-6) EB 332 English for Electronic Communications 3(3-0-6) EB 333 Introduction to English Report Writing 3(3-0-6) EB 341 English for Business Presentations 3(3-0-6) EB 342 English for Business Meetings 3(3-0-6) EB 356 Translation in Business English: English – Thai 1 3(3-0-6) EB 357 Translation in Business English: English – Thai 2 3(3-0-6) EB 361 Practicum 3(200 hours per semester) EB 411 Business Discourse Analysis 3(3-0-6) EB 416 English for Logistics Management 3(3-0-6) EB 417 English for Public Relations in Business Organizations 3(3-0-6) EB 418 English for Finance 3(3-0-6) EB 431 English for Business Proposals and Reports 3(3-0-6) EB 441 English for Negotiations in Business 3(3-0-6) EB 456 Translation in Business English: Thai – English 3(3-0-6) EB 457 Translating Business Contracts 3(3-0-6) EB 458 Interpretation in Business 3(3-0-6) EB 471 Seminar in Business English Communication 3(3-0-6) EB 472 Independent Study 3(3-0-6) 16.5 Plan of Study
  6. 6. Year 1, Semester 1 TU 110 Integrated Humanities 3 credits TU 111 Thailand in Historical, Social and Cultural Perspective 3 credits TU 115 Man and His Literary Creativity 3 credits OR TU 116 Man and Arts; Visual Arts, Music and Performing Arts 3 credits TH 161 Thai Usage 3 credits (Or TH 160 Basic Thai for foreign students) 3 credits EL 171 English Course 2 3 credits Total 15 credits Year 1, Semester 2 TU 117 Development of the Modern World 3 credits OR TU 124 Society and Economy 3 credits TU 120 Integrated Social Sciences 3 credits TU 130 Integrated Sciences and Technology 3 credits TU 151 General College Mathematics 3 credits OR TU 153 General Concepts of Computer 3 credits OR TU 155 Fundamental Statistics 3 credits EL 172 English Course 3 3 credits Total 15 credits Year 2, Semester 1 BA 291 Introduction to Business 3 credits EB 221 Reading and Writing in Business English 1 3 credits EB 241 English for Business Communication 1 3 credits HO 201 Principles of Management 3 credits MK 202 Fundamentals of Marketing 3 credits PY 211 General Psychology 3 credits Total 18 credits Year 2, Semester 2 BA 201 Business Law 3 credits EB 222 Reading and Writing in Business English 2 3 credits EB 242 English for Business Communication 2 3 credits EC 210 Introductory Economics 3 credits JM 250 Introduction to Advertising and Public Relations 3 credits PY 226 Social Psychology 3 credits Total 18 credits
  7. 7. Year 3, Semester 1 EB 311 Intercultural Communication in the Business World 3 credits EB 316 English for Fundamental Marketing 3 credits OR EB 356 Translation in Business English: English-Thai 1 3 credits EB 321 Critical Reading through Arts and Culture 3 credits EB 331 English for Business Correspondence 3 credits EB 332 English for Electronic Communications 3 credits EB 341 English for Business Presentations 3 credits Total 18 credits Year 3, Semester 2 EB 312 Communication and Ethics in Business 3 credits EB 313 Linguistics for the Analysis of Business English 3 credits EB 317 English for Human Resource Management 3 credits OR EB 357 Translation in Business English: English-Thai 2 3 credits EB 333 Introduction to English Report Writing 3 credits EB 342 English for Business Meetings 3 credits PY 329 Cross-Cultural Psychology 3 credits Total 18 credits Year 3, Summer Semester EB 361 Practicum 3 credits Total 3 credits Year 4, Semester 1 EB 318 English for Tourism and Hospitality Management 3 credits OR EB 456 Translation in Business English: Thai-English 3 credits EB 411 Business Discourse Analysis 3 credits EB 416 English for Logistic Management 3 credits OR EB 457 Translating Business Contracts 3 credits EB 431 English for Business Proposals and Reports 3 credits EB 471 Seminar in Business English Communication 3 credits Free Elective 3 credits Total 18 credits Year 4, Semester 2 EB 417 English for Public Relations in Business Organization 3 credits EB 418 English for Finance 3 credits
  8. 8. OR EB 458 Interpretation in Business 3 credits EB 441 English for Negotiations in Business 3 credits EB 472 Independent Study 3 credits Free Elective 3 credits Total 15 credits ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Course Descriptions Foundation Courses TU 110 Integrated Humanities 3(3-0-6) TU 111Thailand in Historical, Social and Cultural Perspective 3(3-0-6) TU 112 Heritage of the Pre-modern World 3(3-0-6) TU 115 Man and his Literary Creativity 3(3-0-6) TU 116 Man and Arts: Visual Arts, Music and Performing Arts 3(3-0-6) TU 117 Development of the Modern World 3(3-0-6) TU 120 Integrated Social Sciences 3(3-0-6) TU 124 Society and Economy 3(3-0-6) TU 130 Integrated Sciences and Technology 3(3-0-6) TU 151 General College Mathematics 3(3-0-6) TU 152 Fundamental Mathematics 3(3-0-6) (For student who studied mathematics in high school not less than 16 credits or with permission from the instructor) TU 153 General Concepts of Computer 3(3-0-6) TU 154 Foundation of Mathematics 3(3-0-6) TU 155 Fundamental Statistics 3(3-0-6) TU 156 Introduction to Computer 3(3-0-6) EL 171 English Course 2 3(3-0-6) (Prerequisite: Determined by an English Placement test or equivalent) EL 172 English Course 3 3(3-0-6) (Prerequisite: EL 171) TH 160 Basic Thai 3(3-0-6) (For foreign students or with approval from the Thai Department) Note:
  9. 9. This course is for non-Thai students or students with very low proficiency in Thai (for example, for students who used to live or study abroad, or those who graduated from an international school) TH 161 Thai Usage 3(3-0-6) Major Area Core Courses EB 221 Reading and Writing in Business English 1 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EL 172 or Exemption Strategies for reading textbooks and articles in business such as identifying main ideas, analyzing the writer’s strategies for presenting and developing ideas by means of definition , illustration and example, cause and effect, and comparison and contrast. Principles of reading and analyzing graphic presentations, tables, and figures. Techniques for writing different types of composition in business with an emphasis on the process of collecting and organizing data to support main points in a composition. EB 222 Reading and Writing in Business English 2 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 221 Principles of reading and analyzing argumentative and persuasive texts. Objectives and components of argumentative and persuasive writing. An analysis of argumentation and persuasion in various types of text such as academic texts, newspaper editorials, business journals and magazines as well as public relations materials. Techniques of writing argumentative and persuasive texts including selection of data and use of persuasive language and expressions. EB 241 English for Business Communication 1 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EL 172 or Exemption Fundamental principles in communication. Language use, vocabulary and expressions as well as culture and etiquette for social interaction, which help develop effective communication in various business settings. EB 242 English for Business Communication 2 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 241 Theories, principles, and forms of discussion and analysis of business situations. Preparation of information for giving opinions and creating persuasive arguments in business contexts. EB 311 Intercultural Communication in the Business World 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 and EB 242 or taking EB 311 along with EB 222 and/or EB 242 Principles of intercultural communication between people and groups in business organizations. Approaches to intercultural communication. Elements of culture. Cultural
  10. 10. values and their effects on business communication. Intercultural barriers and conflicts. Issues of intercultural communication and their effects in major international corporations. EB 312 Communication and Ethics in Business 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 and EB 242 or taking EB 3 ١٢ along with EB 222 and/or EB 242 Meaning of business ethics. Importance of ethics in business and professional contexts. Awareness raising of, and implementing corporate ethic policies on individuals, the profession, personnel in business organizations, consumers, and the environment, with a focus on how such policies can be put into practice within and outside organizations through various forms of communication and media. EB 313 Applied Linguistics in Business English 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 Linguistic analysis of the English language, including the relationship between language, society and culture to promote effective business communication in English. EB 321 Critical Reading through Arts and Culture 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 or taking EB 321 along with EB 222 Principles in analyzing and criticizing texts in arts and culture. Analysis of structure, genre, and style of written texts in arts and culture. Critique of such writing by means of oral and written presentations. EB 331 English for Business Correspondence 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 or taking EB 331 along with EB 222 Patterns and techniques of business correspondence with an emphasis on the principles for describing and explaining, comparing and contrasting, giving reasons, and persuading using evidence and relevant supporting details. EB 332 English for Electronic Communications 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 or taking EB 332 along with EB 222 Patterns, technique, selection of content, styles and language usage for writing online and electronic communications used in business organizations with emphasis on advertisements and other types of public relations materials. EB 333 Introduction to English Report Writing 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 Principles of report writing. Practice of researching, collecting, organizing, analyzing, and synthesizing information. Presentations and descriptions of information using graphs, tables, and figures with an emphasis on the writing of business reports. EB 341 English for Business Presentations 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 242
  11. 11. Principles, processes and techniques in presenting business information such as analyzing audiences, preparing information and writing presentation outlines. Simulation of business presentations. EB 342 English for Business Meetings 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 341 Formats and language used in business meetings such as conducting formal meetings, stating opinions, accepting and rejecting opinions, and taking and preparing minutes. EB 361 Practicum 3(3-0-6) Requirements: Third- year students or permission of the program Practical training for any business organization or international organization or any type of business training in Thailand or abroad, where English language skills can be practiced. The students may work or participate in a business training course at a place or course referred to by the program or otherwise approved by the program and must work or attend a training course for a minimum of 200 hours under the supervision of the program and the institution/organization and be evaluated by both. The students must submit a written report to the program at the end of the practicum or training period. Assessment is made in the form of S and U. (Duration of practicum: 200 hours in the summer semester) EB 411 Business Discourse Analysis 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 and EB 313 Analyze spoken and written discourses in business contexts to develop understanding of denotative and connotative meanings as well as the writer’s tone and attitudes used to convey the meanings of such texts. EB 431 English for Business Proposals and Reports 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 333 Principles and process of writing business proposals such as analyzing situations or audiences, collecting, analyzing and synthesizing information. Study of formats and features of business proposals. Study of features and components of different kinds of business reports such as informative reports and analytic reports. Study and analysis of writing styles and tones used in business proposals and reports. EB 441 English for Negotiations in Business 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 341 Principles, techniques and processes of business negotiations such as analyzing situations, planning and preparing information, presenting information, making an opening statement, and ending the negotiation with an emphasis on using appropriate language structures, vocabulary and expressions. EB 471 Seminar in Business English Communication 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 341
  12. 12. Presentation of information about business English communication issues appearing in different forms of media such as newspapers, television and computers. Emphasis on discussion and presentation of ideas. EB 472 Independent Study 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 431 Fundamental research methods and practice of conducting research on any topic related to business communication and of student’s interest. Students must submit a written report in English. The research topic must be approved by the program. Content Core Courses BA 201 Business Law 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: second-year student in the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy The legal system and basic legal principles affecting various forms of business. Review of particular contracts; sale, hire purchase, agency, mortgages, lease, creditors’ rights and bankruptcy, etc. Also covered is the application of law to financial instruments. Note: Second-year students in the BA in Business English Communication program are eligible to take this course. BA 291 Introduction to Business 3(3-0-6) Business situations, types of ownership, business administration, production business activities, marketing, finance, accounting, data management, and personnel management in order that students have the basic concept of business administration and gain comprehension in different activities of each business type. Students' option in choosing an area of specialization. HO 201 Principles of Management 3(3-0-6) Organization and management traits, evolution of thoughts and theories of management. Management functions (planning, organizing, leading and controlling) are examined to determine their effects on human behavior in organizations. Management ethics are also emphasized. MK 202 Fundamentals of Marketing 3(3-0-6) Marketing system, concepts and practices in the modern era with an emphasis on how products and services are offered, priced, promoted and distributed, based on an understanding of customer characteristics and behaviors as well as marketing implications on society and environment. EC 210 Introductory Economics 3(3-0-6) (For non-economics major only; credits will not be awarded to students who are taking or have completed EE 211, EE 212, EE 213 or EE 214) General principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics covers fundamental economic problems, determinants of demand for and supply of goods,
  13. 13. consumer behavior, characteristics of perfectly and imperfectly competitive markets and concept of market failures. Macroeconomics covers national income determination, money and banking, introduction to fiscal and monetary policies, and importance of international trade and finance in balance of payments. JM 250 Introduction to Advertising and Public Relations 3(3-0-6) This subject studies a fundamental understanding in advertising and public relations. It also examines its definitions, evolutions, objectives, formats and processions. The subject will also address on niches and communication tools PY211 General Psychology 3(3-0-6) A study of human behavior by scientific methods, the biological background of human behavior, growth and development, learning and thinking, motivation , emotion, perception, intelligence, and personality. PY 226 Social Psychology 3(3-0-6) Influence of social factors contributing to individuals’ behavior and mental states, institutions and social structures. Topics include social processes, attitude change, social cognition, interpersonal attraction, aggression and helping behavior, conformity, sexual deviation, communication, and interpersonal behavior. PY 329 Cross-Cultural Psychology 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: PY 211 or PY 216 or departmental permission Psychological, social and cultural forces as they affect the mental personality, motivation, perception, emotional expression, mental illness and intelligence with emphasis on cognitive skills and behavior of individuals in society. Required Electives EB 316 English for Fundamental Marketing 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222, EB 242 and MK 202 Principles in marketing communication. Study and analysis of English used in the field of marketing such as distributing products, advertising, and promoting sales, and practice of English related to marketing and appearing in media such as newspapers, radio, television and electronic media. EB 317 English for Human Resource Management 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222, EB 242 and HO 201 Fundamental principles in human resource management and English language usage for communication in human resource management such as interviews, writing scripts for the classified section, replying to application letters, writing training projects, conducting training, and writing appraisal reports EB 318 English for Tourism and Hospitality Management 3(3-0-6)
  14. 14. Prerequisite: EB 221, EB 242 Principles of management in tourism and hospitality. Information about the tourist and hotel industry at both domestic and international levels. Trends and development of the tourism and hospitality business. Processes of co-ordination and customer service. Vocabulary and expressions used in tourism and hospitality management with an emphasis on the practice of English skills to promote effectiveness in communication. Field trips and site visits are part of the course. EB 356 Translation in Business English: English-Thai 1 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 Principles, processes and techniques in literal translation and semantic translation. Practice in translating short texts in business from English into Thai such as memos, letters, information about products, manuals of goods and services and instructions; analysis of translation problems and processes of solving problems. EB 357 Translation in Business English: English-Thai 2 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 356 Translate longer and more complicated texts from a variety of business areas from English into Thai such as reports, news, articles, ads and minutes; analysis of translation problems and processes of solving problems. EB 416 English for Logistics Management 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222, EB 242 and BA 291 Principles in logistics and English language usage in different areas of such fields as purchasing and supplying goods and services, processing orders, negotiating with clients to deal with returned goods and inventories, after-sales coordination, and supply chain management. EB 417 English for Public Relations in Business Organizations 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222, EB 242 and JM 250 Principles in advertising and public relations and English language usage in the field in business organizations. Study of principles in writing for public relations such as announcements, newsletters, brochures and speeches. EB 418 English for Finance 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 222 and BA 291 English language usage in banking and finance, key English skills and terminology to operate in an international financial environment with emphases on economic situations and international finance. EB 456 Translation in Business English: Thai-English 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 357
  15. 15. Processes and techniques of translation from Thai to English; practice in translating texts from a variety of business texts such as news reports, business letters, newsletters, instructions and manuals; analysis of translation problems and processes of solving problems. EB 457 Translating Business Contracts 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 357 Terminology and language structure used to make business contracts in Thai and English. Practice of applying theories and translating techniques in translating a variety of business contracts from English into Thai and from Thai into English. Analysis of translating problems and the process of solving problems. EB 458 Interpretation in Business 3(3-0-6) Prerequisite: EB 357 Principles, processes and techniques in interpretation. Practice of translating business related oral discourse consecutively and simultaneously from English to Thai and from Thai to English. Emphasis on translating in the contexts of business negotiations and business meetings.

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