Details of the grading system will be in accordance with Thammasat University’s regulations for graduate studies.
Those with D or F in either core courses or electives will be included in calculating grade point average.
Withdrawals from courses are marked “W”. Withdrawals are not permitted after the first two weeks of a regular semester. If withdrawals are made without making proper arrangements, a grade of “F” will be assigned. If a student has to withdraw from the work course after the first two weeks of the regular semester due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of the student, an “I” for incomplete work course will be given. However, the “I” must be removed within ninety days after the semester ends otherwise the completed portion of the work will receive an “F”.
A comprehensive oral examination will be required after the student has successfully completed all of the work course. The examination schedule will be announced at least four weeks in advance. Students will obtain a “P” (pass) or an “N” (fail). Each student may take the comprehensive examination a maximum of three times.
For a student to be awarded a Master of Science in Marketing, he or she must fulfill the following requirements: