ผลลัพธ์การเรียนรู้ระดับหลักสูตร -Program Learning Outcomes
A PhD student presenting at an international conference
PLO 1 Students will be able to demonstrate systemic understanding of applied linguistics research
1) Students will be able to explain issues in applied linguistics, theoretical principles of research, and objectives and procedures of different research paradigms in applied linguistics.
2) Students will be able to analyse issues in applied linguistics validly and appropriately select relevant issues to solve problems in real life situations.
3) Students will be able to identify appropriate research topics or identify scopes of research that are useful to the field of applied linguistics.
PLO 2 Students will be able to accurately analyse, evaluate, and design research in applied linguistics
1) Students will be able to validly and justifiably analyse, evaluate and critique research in applied linguistics.
2) Students will be able to synthesize arguments about applied linguistics research.
3) Students will be able to design and plan research that leads to the construction of new, valid and well accepted knowledge in the field of applied linguistics.
4) Students will be able to produce original and ethical research of high quality and value which contributes to the field of applied linguistics.
PLO 3 Students will be able to communicate effectively.
1) Students will be able to effectively and appropriately disseminate research in high quality academic conferences which are well accepted in the field.
2) Students will be able to write high quality research papers and academic papers.
PLO 4 Students will show the characteristics associated with a professional researcher.
1) Students will show themselves to be independent, self-motivated, responsible, and determined.
2) Students will be able to show awareness of research ethics and the effects of research on the communities and people involved.
3) Students will be able to work well with others, contribute and share ideas, accept the ideas and opinions of others, be enthusiastic in contributing, and manifest interpersonal leadership.
4) Students will be able to create networks for future cooperation and create a community of practice.