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Changing Study Program


 

Changing Degree Program

means changing plan and/or type of study program in the same degree program between Plan A and Plan B in the master’s degree program or between Type I and Type II in the doctoral degree program.

  • A student who wishes to change his/her degree program must meet the qualifications stipulated for his/her new degree program as set in the Chiang Mai University Regulations on Graduate Study 2559 B.E. Article 6, Qualifications of study and other qualifications set in a student’s new degree program.

  • Procedures for changing degree programs: A student must submit a request to change his/her degree program, with consent from his/her general advisor or main thesis advisor as appropriate, to the appropriate Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the appropriate Graduate Study Committee for consideration before submitting it to the Graduate School for approval.

  • All courses in which a student enrolled in his/her original program can be transferred and calculated for accumulated grade point average.

  • The changing of a degree program from a regular program or part-time program to an international program or from an international program to a regular program or part-time program must be in accordance with the conditions and at the discretion of the appropriate Graduate Program Administrative Committee, with consent of the appropriate Graduate Study Committee and the approval of the Graduate School. A student is allowed to make such a change only once.

  • The changing of a degree program will be considered complete after the Graduate School has approved the request and a student has paid the fee for changing his/her degree program.
    In the case of changing from a regular study program to a part-time study program or a part-time study program to a regular study program, the student will receive a new student code number.

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Changing the field of concentration

means changing the field of concentration on the same degree program within the same faculty or between faculties. Changing the field of concentration must relate with the course syllabus.

  • A student who wishes to change his/her field of concentration must meet the qualifications as follows:

    • He/she must meet the qualifications stipulated for his/her new field of concentration.

    • He/she must have accumulated a minimum of nine credits from graduate courses in his/her current program with a GPA of at least 2.75.

    • He/she must have accumulated a minimum of six credits from graduate courses in his/her new program with a GPA of at least 3.00.

      Changing the field of concentration of a graduate student for a thesis program only, must be in accordance with the conditions and at the discretion of the appropriate Graduate Program Administrative Committee for both existing and new major disciplines.

  • Procedures for changing the field of concentration: A student must submit a request to change his/her field of concentration, with consent from his/her general advisor or main thesis advisor, as appropriate, through the chairman of the Graduate Program Administrative Committee of the original field of concentration and the chairman of the Graduate Study Committee of the original faculty, to the chairman of the new Graduate Program Administrative Committee and the new faculty for consideration, before submitting to the Graduate School for approval.
  • The changing of the field of concentration will be considered complete after the Graduate School has approved the request and the student has paid the fee for changing his/her field of concentration and received a new student code number.

  • In the case of changing a field of concentration which is not quoted in this article, a student needs to individually submit the request to Chiang Mai University for approval.

  • Transferring equivalent courses and credits is subject to the following conditions:

For courses in which a student enrolled in his/her original program which are equivalent to courses in his/her new program, all or some of the credits accumulated for the former courses can be transferred to the new program as the student desires. The courses allowed to be transferred must receive a grade of at least “B” or “S”.

    • If courses in which a student enrolled in his/her original program are not equivalent to courses in his/her new program but have some contents similar or related to that of some courses in the latter, the former courses may be considered for transfer. The Graduate Program Administrative Committee of the new program will be responsible for considering the appropriate courses to be transferred as credits for the new program, and the courses allowed to be transferred must receive a grade of at least “B” or “S”.

      The student must pay tuition fees in accordance with the regulations of the new program and changing of the field of concentration will be considered complete when the student has paid the fee for changing his/her field of concentration.

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