1. Science and Technology (include but not limited to Physical Science, Biological Science, Biotechnology, Food Science, Food Technology, Industrial Microbiology, Computer Science)
2. Health Sciences (includes but not limited to Medicine, Dentistry, Traditional Thai Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Clinical Psychology, Optometry, Medical Technology, Heart and Chest Technology, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Medical Science, Radiology, Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Technology, Medical Social Work)
3. Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and Education (include but not limited to Linguistics and Literature, History, Law, Liberal Arts, Philosophy, Religion, Visual Arts, Sociology, Demography, Communication Arts, Educational Measurement and Evaluation, Educational Administration, Educational Technology, Guidance and Counseling)
4. Business Administration and Economics (include but not limited to Business Administration, Economics, Commerce, Accounting)
5. Research to Serve Society (Research outputs that are beneficial to the society or to the local community, which are initiated by employing expertise from at least one of the curricular subjects. The research studies should generate findings that lead to concrete conclusions that are made public. Useful research studies introduce positive changes to the society, lifestyle, arts and culture, environment, occupation, economy, politics and governance, quality of life, or to health. Moreover, they can be research studies that can be used to solve problems or to initiate social developmental progress with tangible results.