The development of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences began in the year 2518 BE (1975 CE) when teacher colleges nationwide were restructured internally, dividing them into faculties with various departments. The goal was to produce graduates in the field of education. The first major offered was the Thai Language, followed by English and social studies.
In the year 2538 BE (1995 CE), His Majesty Rama IX graciously granted the elevation of teacher colleges to “Rajabhat Institutes.” As a result, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences adopted its current name and began offering undergraduate programs in various majors in both humanities and social sciences. Subsequently, the social sciences were further divided into different branches, including Community Development, Political Science, Law, and Social Welfare.
The faculty was later transferred to the College of Management and Local Development, which had the same status as a faculty. This decision was approved by the Pibulsongkram Rajabhat University Council in November 2560, which resulted in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences currently having 7 undergraduate programs:
1. Thai Language
2. English Language
3. English for Business
4. Library and Information Science
5. International Music
6. Japanese Language
7. Chinese Language
8. Chinese for Business