The School of Informatics, Walailak University, was approved by the Thailand Academic Senate for Undergraduate Courses on June 3, 1995. In 1998, the school began enrollment for the first set of three courses, Management Information Systems, Information Studies, and Mass Communication. All of our current courses provide students with a range of basic information technology. In addition, students can take various major cross-curricula electives. In the academic year 2001, the school started offering a Computer Science undergraduate course. The objective of both the Computer Science and Management Information System courses is to provide majors with a breadth and depth of knowledge in Information Technology that allows them to begin their professional careers, including those careers in research and in providing services to society. Since 2012, the School of Informatics has offered five undergraduate courses, covering Digital information Management (adapted from the Information Studies undergraduate course), Communication Arts, Multimedia Technology and Animation, Information Technology (adapted from the Management Information System undergraduate course), and Software Engineering (adapted from the Computer Science undergraduate course). Studying at the postgraduate level is also an option, including  Master of Management Information Technology and Doctor of Philosophy in Management Information Technology.
The school offers a number of degree programs that provide the essential foundational knowledge and the practical skills necessary for success in information technology and communication arts as an information professional, in areas including co-operation, communication, computers and technology, and other institutions. The school has also changed curricula as information technology and related aspects have advanced. This has led to new opportunities for those who want to work in information fields, in order to meet the needs of the community, region, state, and nation.

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