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Summer Study in Cha-am, Thailand


Cody in Thailand

Photo Credit to : Webster Student Cody Anderson

Webster University in Cha-am, Thailand offers summer courses from the School of Business, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Communications, as well as a number of Global Citizenship Program (GCP) courses (GCP is Webster's general education program).

Summer 2017 Schedule:

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School of Business

Money and Banking (ECON 3200) : Prerequisite : ECON 2030

Entrepreneurial Marketing (MNGT 3720)

Supervisory Management (MNGT 2400)

Business Spreadsheets (BUSN 1000):  1 credit hour

Human Communications (MNGT 2900)

Personal Finance (BUSN 2210)

Business Math (MATH 1360) 

College of Arts & Sciences

Peace Psychology (PSYC 2850) : Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor

Psychology and Women (PSYC 2700) : Prerequisite : PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor)

Elementary Thai:  Level II (ILC 1100)

Advocacy, NGO's, and Civil Society (INTL 2610)

Topics in Politics (POLT 1000) 

Introduction to Human Rights (HRTS 1100) 

Studying Women Across the Disciplines (WGST 1010)

Intermediate Reading and Writing Skills (ESLG 2230) : Prerequisite : Placement test. May be repeated for credit

Introduction to Eastern Religious (RELG 2070) : Meeting for 6 hours during Wednesdays

School of Communications

Film and Television Appreciation (FLST 1000)

Produce and Direct (FTVP 1100) Note: Not to be taken by FTVP Majors; will only be taken as an elective

International Photojournalism (PHOT 2870) Note: It is advisable to take PHOT 3190 prior to or concurrently with this course

Character Design (ANIM 4010)

Professional Development in Animation (ANIM 4700) :Prerequisite : Junior Standing 

Senior Overview (ANIM 4620) Prerequisite: Senior standing, acceptance of the petition to proceed to senior overview , AND permission of instructor.)

GCP Courses

Elementary Thai:  Level I (ILC 1100) - (GCP)

Introduction to Eastern Religions (RELG 2070) - (GCP)

Peace Psychology (PSYC 2850) : Prerequisite: PSYC 1100 or permission of instructor -(GCP)

Introduction to Human Rights (HRTS 1100)  (GCP)

Introduction to Eastern Religious (RELG 2070) : Meeting for 6 hours during Wednesdays- (GCP)

Business Math (MATH 1360) - (GCP)

Studying Women Across the Disciplines (WGST 1010) - (GCP)

First Year Seminar (FRSH 1200) - (GCP)

Student Activities

  • Mid May:  Hua Hin City Tour (A free day trip led by RAs for new Summer students to learn about living and getting around in Hua Hin, where student housing is located.)
  • Mid May:  Petchaburi Day Trip (A free day trip led by a professional tour guide to Petchaburi Province. New Summer students will visit tourist attractions and learn about Thai history and culture. )
  • Early June:  Day Trip to Pa-La-U Waterfall (A trip to beautiful waterfall in the National Park nearby. Interested students may purchase tickets to join the trip. Minimum 15 students are required to make this trip possible.)

Recommended Hotels Near Webster University Cha-am

These hotels are also the housing of Webster students so they are very accessible to transportation and restaurants/food options.  They are located in Hua Hin City, a famous beach destination for both Thai and foreign tourists. There are several attractions such as white-sand beaches, water parks and waterfalls. Popular tourist activities include water sports, golfing and Thai boxing.