2Areas of Concentration Business EducationInformation Technology EducationLanguages for BusinessInternationalizationProfessional Ethics
3Three kinds of demand Demand for more, Demand for different, Demand for better education.
4Three Phases of Development Phase I : StabilizationPhase II : Raising the Bar of QualityPhase III: Attaining Excellence
5Phase I : Stabilization Every aspect of the university life will beput in its proper perspectivesPolicies and practices must be in placeStandards must also be setPerfect what have been establishedConsolidate our effortStrengthen the foundationComplete the unfinished projectsQualified lecturer will be in every class
6Phase II : Raising the Bar of Quality Human Resources development --- first prioritySupporting facilities -- appropriately maintainedand acquiredExcellent services providedReady for changesManagement --- monitored and improvedMIS -- to be established and sustainedSet direction for research and its promotion
7Phase III : Attaining Excellence International standardsCreate esprit de corpsImbue with the spirit of the founderAble to respond and adapt to changesAttain sustainable development andprogressSearch for New Venture
8Means to attain these goals Focus on personnelManagement systemQAMISReview every aspect of theUniversity
10Operating Principles Dare to dream (share our dream) Dare to do Dare to be different
11How to attain excellence Qualified PersonnelBe InnovativeCoping with ChangesQuality Services
12Definition of a Qualified Lecturer Competent(subject matters+ teaching profession)Caring and sacrificing
13Code of Professional Ethics A lecturer has a duty to understand and abide by all Rules of conduct which are prescribed in the Code of Professional Ethics of Assumption University.
141. In the conduct of professional activities, a lecturer shall not engage in any actof omission of a dishonest, deceitful,or fraudulent nature.2. A lecturer shall not allow the pursuit offinancial gain or other personalbenefit to interfere with the exerciseof sound professional judgementand practices.
153. A lecturer will be subject to disciplinary action for the violation of any law orregulation, to the extent that suchviolation suggests the likelihood ofprofessional misconduct in the future.4. A lecturer shall competently andconsistently discharge one’s duties.
165. A lecturer shall support efforts to effect such improvements in teaching andlearning, doing research, renderingservices to the public, supporting andpromoting Thai tradition and culture,and other operations as qualityassurance, good governance,planning to improve overall efficiencyand effectiveness in the functioningof the university.
176. A lecturer shall support policies and practices of the university whichprovide individual lecturers withample opportunities for advancementand to keep uptodate for professionalcompetence and achievement.
187. A lecturer shall support the development, improvement, andenforcement of such regulations, andcodes as will foster competence andethical conduct on the part of alllecturers for the benefit of the students.
198. A lecturer shall not withhold information or assistance officiallyrequested by appropriate regulatoryauthorities who are investigating orprosecuting any alleged violationof the regulations governing conductof others.
20Community of the Brothers Bro. Anupatt Petchara–YuttachaiBro. Bancha SaenghiranBro. Loechai LavasutBro. Philippe GuimontBro. Prathip M. KomolmasBro. Siriroj ViriyasirimongkolBro. Vinai ViriyavidhayawongsBro. Visith Srivichairatana
21University Administrators President Emeritus :Rev.Bro.Prathip M. KomolmasPresident :Rev.Bro.Bancha SaenghiranVice Presidents :Rev.Bro.Anupatt P. YuttachaiRev.Bro.Visith SrivichairatanaRev.Bro.Loechai LavasutProf.Dr.Srisakdi CharmonmanDr.Chavalit Meennuch
22Deputy Vice Presidents Dr. Vindhai CocraculDr. Sompit PorsutyarukMr. Bancha Skuldee
23Top Management 1. President Emeritus 2. President 3. Vice President for Academic Affairs4. Vice President for Student Affairs5. Vice President for Financial Affairs6. Vice President for Information Technology7. Vice President for Administrative Affairs
25Deans : Graduate School Business: Rev.Bro.Vinai ViriyavidhayavongsComputer Information Systems (Ph.D. Program): Asst.Prof.Dr.Vichit AvatchanakornComputer and Engineering Management (Ph.D. Program): -Computer Information Systems (M.S. Program): Air Marshal Dr.Chulit MeesajjeeComputer and Engineering Management (M.S. Program): Dr.Chamnong Jungthirapanich
26Deans : Graduate School (cont.) Counseling Psychology: Dr.Dolores De LeonEducation: Assoc.Prof.Dr. Methi PilanthananondInternet and E-Commerce Technology: Rear Admiral Prasart SribhadungPhilosophy and Region: Asst.Prof.Dr.Warayuth Sriwarakuel
27Academic Committees : University Council Faculty Senate Academic SenateAcademic CommitteeDepartment Committee
30New Programs Offered 1. Bachelor of Arts Program in Music Business 2. Master of Science Program in Food Biotechnology3. Master of Science Program in Software Engineering4. Master of Laws Program in Public Law5. Doctor of Philosophy in Food Biotechnology6. Doctor of Philosophy in Information Technology7. Doctor of Management in Change Leadershipand Management