School of Engineering
Vincent Mary School of Engineering, Assumption University was established in 1990 with two departments; the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Electronics Engineering. The initial name was simply Faculty of Engineering and it was changed to Vincent Mary School of Engineering in 2014. One year after the inception in 1991, the Department of Computer Engineering was included. The Department of Telecommunications Engineering was created in 1998. These four departments offer Bachelor Degree Programs in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Telecommunications Engineering. The Faculty produced the first class of engineering graduates in 1994.
In June 2011, Aeronautic engineering programs were launched in academic collaboration with Thai Airways International Public Company Limited or Thai Flight Training Academy (TFTA) and Bangkok Aviation Center (BAC). Two majors are currently offered: Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME).
In 2018, Electrical and Electronics and Telecommunications and Electronics major fields under Electrical Engineering Department have been officially approved by Council of Engineers (COE), Thailand. As of now, VME is offering 4 programs of studies as follows:
1. Electrical engineering: 2 major fields: Electrical and Electronics / Telecommunications and Electronics
2. Computer engineering
3. Mechatronics engineering: 2 major fields: Automation / Marine system
4. Aeronautic engineering: 2 major fields: Commercial Pilot License (CPL) / Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME)