Certificates in The Bachelor’s Degree Programs

For Undergraduate Students

Certificates in The Bachelor's Degree Programs

Certificates in The Bachelor's Degree Programs

For student Id.63 and above can choose to take these following certificates to fulfill I-Design Electives requirement.
Science Division

Actuarial Mathematics Certificate (12 Credits)

To earn certificate in actuarial mathematics, students need to complete the following 12 credits.
Course code Course name Credit
ICMA 353 Actuarial Mathematics I 4 (4-0-8)
ICMA 354 Actuarial Mathematics II 4 (4-0-8)
ICMB 215 Business Finance for Entrepreneurs 4 (4-0-8)

Chemistry Certificate (for Non-Chemistry students) (12 Credits)

To receive a certificate in Chemistry, students need to complete at least 12 credits chemistry courses in additional to their existing requirement(s) for their respective major(s), minor(s) or certificate(s). The list of available courses is the same as for minor.
Course code Course name Credit
ICCH 101 General Chemistry I 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 102 General Chemistry II 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 103 Integrated Laboratory in Chemistry 2 (0-4-2)
ICCH 200 Analytical Chemistry A 4 (3-2-7)
ICCH 201 Analytical Chemistry B 4 (3-2-7)
ICCH 202 Organic Spectroscopy 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 203 Inorganic Chemistry A 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 204 Inorganic Chemistry B 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 205 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory 2 (0-4-2)
ICCH 206 Physical Chemistry A 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 207 Physical Chemistry B 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 208 Physical Chemistry Laboratory 2 (0-4-2)
ICCH 209 Polymer Science and Technology 2 (2-0-4)
ICCH 221 Organic Chemistry I 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 222 Organic Chemistry II 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 223 Organic Chemistry Laboratory Techniques 2 (0-4-2)
ICCH 225 Biochemistry 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 226 Biochemistry Laboratory 2 (2-0-4)
ICCH 340 Current Topics in Chemistry A 4 (4-0-8)
ICCH 345 Special Topics in Chemistry A 2 (2-0-4)
ICCH 350 Contemporary Topics in Chemistry A 1 (1-0-2)
ICCH 355 Special Practice in Chemistry A 1 (0-2-1)
ICCH 401 Chemical Unknown Detective 2 (0-4-2)
ICCH 402 Undergraduate Thesis 6 (0-12-6)
ICCH 403 Field study A 1 (0-3-1)

AI and Analytics Certificate (12 Credits)

Using machine learning techniques to discover insights, patterns, and relationships in the data
Course code Course name Credit
ICCS 361 Data Mining 4 (4-0-8)
ICCS 371 Scalable Systems 4 (4-0-8)
ICCS 461 Machine Learning 4 (4-0-8)

Software Platform Engineering Certificate (12 Credits)

Learn to manage infrastructure components in organizations and get systems adapted to a wider user base
Course code Course name Credit
ICCS 320 Computer Networks 4 (4-0-8)
ICCS 332 OR ICCS 221 Operating Systems Design and Implementation Computer Architecture 4 (4-0-8) 4 (4-0-8)
ICCS 371 Scalable Systems 4 (4-0-8)

UX, UI, and How to Make It Work Certificate (12 Credits)

Learn to make beautiful app designs that are also functional and practical towards the user’s experience
Course code Course name Credit
ICCD 119 2D Design Principles 4 (2-4-6)
ICCS 302 Human Computer Interaction and Visualization 4 (4-0-8)
ICCS 340 OR ICCS 448 Web Application Development Mobile Application Programming 4 (4-0-8) 4 (4-0-8)

Computer Science Foundation Certificate (for Non-Computer Science students) (12 Credits)

Building strong knowledge as skills necessary for pursuing a career in computing fields, such as software engineer and data scientist.
Course code Course name Credit
ICCS 101 Introduction to Computer Programming 4 (3-2-7)
ICCS 206 Discrete Mathematics 4 (4-0-8)
ICCS 206 Discrete Mathematics 4 (4-0-8)

Gadget Developer Certificate (for Non-Physics students) (12 Credits)

The physics program offers a certificate in gadget developer. Students are required to complete 12 credits from the following courses
Course code Course name Credit
ICPY 221 Computer Programming for Physics 4 (3-2-7)
ICPY 102 ICPY 322 Physics II OR Electricity and Magnetism 4 (4-0-8) 4 (4-0-8)
ICPY 492 Electronics 4 (4-0-8)
Humanities And Language Division

Elementary Chinese Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct basic communication exchanges about personal topics in Chinese in consideration of the cultural and social aspects. (Reference of the HSK       Level 2 – Chinese Language Proficiency Test)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 131 Elementary Chinese I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 132 Elementary Chinese II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 133 Elementary Chinese III 4 (4-0-8)

Elementary French Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct basic communication exchanges about personal topics in French in consideration of the cultural and social aspects. (Level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 121 Elementary French I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 122 Elementary French II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 123 Elementary French III 4 (4-0-8)

Elementary German Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct basic communication exchanges about personal topics in German in consideration of the cultural and social aspects. (Level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 101 Elementary German I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 102 Elementary German II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 103 Elementary German III 4 (4-0-8)
   

Elementary Japanese Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct basic communication exchanges about personal topics in Japanese in consideration of the cultural and social aspects. (Reference of the N4 Level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 111 Elementary Japanese I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 112 Elementary Japanese II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 113 Elementary Japanese III 4 (4-0-8)

Elementary Spanish Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct basic communication exchanges about personal topics in Spanish in consideration of the cultural and social aspects. (Level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 141 Elementary Spanish I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 142 Elementary Spanish II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 143 Elementary Spanish III 4 (4-0-8)

Elementary Thai Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct basic communication exchanges about personal topics in Thai in consideration of the cultural and social aspects. (Beginner Level of the Thai Competency Test for Foreigners)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 161 Elementary Thai I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 162 Elementary Thai II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 163 Elementary Thai III 4 (4-0-8)

Pre-intermediate Chinese Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct simple and effective communication exchanges about personal and routine topics in Chinese in consideration of cultural and social aspects. (Reference of the HSK Level 3 – Chinese Language Proficiency Test)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 231 Pre-intermediate Chinese I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 232 Pre-intermediate Chinese I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 233 Pre-intermediate Chinese I 4 (4-0-8)

Pre-intermediate French Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct simple and effective communication exchanges about personal and routine topics in French in consideration of cultural and social aspects. (Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 221 Pre-intermediate French I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 222 Pre-intermediate French II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 223 Pre-intermediate French III 4 (4-0-8)

Pre-intermediate German Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct simple and effective communication exchanges about personal and routine topics in German in consideration of cultural and social aspects. (Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 201 Pre-intermediate German I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 202 Pre-intermediate German II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 203 Pre-intermediate German III 4 (4-0-8)

Pre-intermediate Japanese Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct simple and effective communication exchanges about personal and routine topics in Japanese in consideration of cultural and social aspects. (Reference of the N4 Level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 211 Pre-intermediate Japanese I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 212 Pre-intermediate Japanese II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 213 Pre-intermediate Japanese III 4 (4-0-8)

Pre-intermediate Spanish Certificate (12 Credits)

This module develops the abilities to conduct simple and effective communication exchanges about personal and routine topics in Spanish in consideration of cultural and social aspects. (Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
Course code Course name Credit
ICGL 241 Pre-intermediate Spanish I 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 242 Pre-intermediate Spanish II 4 (4-0-8)
ICGL 243 Pre-intermediate Spanish III 4 (4-0-8)
Fine And Applied Arts Division

2D Animation Certificate (12 Credits)

The course offers fundamental tools for designing and developing concepts of 2D animation including character for narratives with key principles of design, basic terminology and software tools for basic 2D animation production process.
Course code Course name Credit
ICCD 232 Moving Image by Design 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 334 Animation Principle and Production 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 335 Character and Concept Design 4 (2-4-6)

Creative Illustration Certificate (12 Credits)

Study of illustration process from production of thumbnails to finished artwork. Also focus on an exploration of traditional techniques and methods relating to illustration and use of multiple techniques, applications, and platforms with current technology to create quality projects.
Course code Course name Credit
ICCD 222 Traditional Technique Studio 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 325 Illustration 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 342 New Media Design 4 (2-4-6)

Integrated Advertising Design Certificate (12 Credits)

Study the development and the creation of advertising campaign. Also focus on digital media principles, current techniques, applications, and platforms in designing basic digital promotional tools and topical exploration of issues, questions or challenges facing Communication Design Professionals.
Course code Course name Credit
ICCD 223 Current Issue in Design 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 351 Online Communication Execution Planning 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 353 Advertising Campaign Design 4 (2-4-6)

International Design Experience Certificate (12 Credits)

An experiential learning for a relatively short duration learning focuses on professional design culture and challenges including cultural heritage and contemporary design practice; design terminology; applications of ecofriendly and sustainable design; new and innovative technologies and current design trends; digital, interactive, and online platforms.
Course code Course name Credit
ICCD 280 OR ICCD 281 Study trips: Regional Study Trips: International 2 (0-4-2) 2 (0-4-2)
ICCD 346 International Design Language 4 (4-0-8)
  PARTNER INSTITUTION COURSE  

UI in Practice Certificate (12 Credits)

The advance design course about digital communication process and practice including the principle of digital media, communication content and structure development focuses on user interface (UI), which involves graphics composition and new media design process which includes various applications, techniques, and platforms.
Course code Course name Credit
ICCD 236 Online Culture Communication and Application 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 321 Infographics 4 (2-4-6)
ICCD 342 New Media Design 4 (2-4-6)
Social Science Division

Marketing for Politics Certificate (12 Credits)

This module combines knowledge and skills in marketing and politics. The Certificate brings together hard skills of data collection and strategies used for analyzing data applicable to marketing strategies to reach target groups as well as analytical tools to study of politics.
Course code Course name Credit
ICMB 222 Principles of Marketing 4 (4-0-8)
ICIR 102 OR ICIR 223* Approaches to Comparative Politics and Systems OR Democracy as a Political System* 4 (4-0-8) 4 (4-0-8)
ICIR 309 Public Diplomacy and Nation Branding – Capstone course (project-based learning) 4 (4-0-8)
Note: “*” International Relations and Global Affairs majors cannot take ICIR 102 of the Marketing and Politics Certificate. International Relations and Global Affairs majors can take ICIR 223 in place of ICIR 102 to complete the Marketing for Politics Certificate.
Tourism And Hospitality Management Division

Hotel Design Perspectives Certificate (12 Credits)

The hotel design perspectives module aims to provide students with the perspectives of design focusing on “hotel” – to understand the relationships between the operation and design regarding how they impact each other. The courses in the certificate program will ground the knowledge for students in terms of theories and concepts of front-of-the-house operations and core products of hotel businesses. Furthermore, the foundation and principles of 2D design will be provided in order to equip students with design creation and implementation. Finally, students will be guided to apply aforementioned knowledge and skills into planning and implementing hotel facilities design.
Course code Course name Credit
ICTB 321 Room Division Operation Management 4 (4-0-8)
ICTB 323 Hospitality Facilities Design 4 (3-2-7)
ICCD 119 2D Design Principles 4 (2-4-6)
Remark: ICTB 321 and ICCD 119 can be studied, using any sequences or simultaneously. This certificate must end with ICTB 323.

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