Introduction


The hallmark of this program is its multidisciplinary focus. The program is dedicated to preparing the researchers trained in research methodology to lay a good and accurate research foundation so that they may meet the full range of natural resources and environment concerns on a sustainable basis, both nationally and regionally, especially for our homogeneous neighboring countries. Our program has the objective to provide high quality teaching and research supervision by our faculty teams with expertise in diverse but related fields, such as Science and Technology, Geography, Geology, Ecology, and Environmental Health Science. Our aim is that the graduates should be expertly equipped and take their place at the forefront in the natural resources and environment management.

Objectives

The program has identified as desirable for graduates the following attributes:

  • In-depth research expertise. Able to create new knowledge in the natural resources and environment.
  • Professional knowledge. Use and maintain knowledge in problem analysis leading to solutions in balanced, integrated, and sustainable practices.
  • Academic and professional ethics. Strive continually and independently to secure further knowledge and understanding with appropriate ethical standards.

Special Admission Requirements

(See also general university Graduate School requirements)

In accordance with Graduate School rules and regulations with additional requirements as follows:

All applicants should have English proficiency at the level not less than:

  • TOEFL ITP-500, Paper-based 500, Computer-based-173, Internet-based-62
  • IELTS 5.0

Those applicants who do not have the above required proficiency may be conditionally admitted if they have the minimum scores as follows. However, they need to meet the above required standard before graduation.

  • TOEFL Paper-based-400, Computer-based-113, Internet-based-30
  • IELTS 3.5

Equivalence is acceptable. All applicants should have prior degree(s) in Natural Resources and Environment, Environment Science, Management in Natural Resources and Environment, Natural Resource Management, Environment Technology, Environment Toxicology, Environment Engineering, Geology, Earth Science, Soil Sciences, Hydrology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Physics, Forestry, Agriculture, Geography, and other related sciences.

  • Option 1.1 and 2.1 Master’s degree holders.
    • G.P.A. not less than 3.25
    • Conducted a thesis and in case of non-thesis had an independent study; the work or other academic work experiences must be published in an independent peer-reviewed journal. At least one paper is required.
  • Option 1.2 and 2.2 Bachelor’s degree holders.
    • G.P.A. not less than 3.5 or graduated with honors.
    • Those without a prior degree in Natural Resources and Environment must have completed an independent study, studied a special problem, or conducted research.

Medium of Instruction

  • Thai and English

Research Focus

  • Forrest Resource Management
  • Conservation and Management of Natural Resource Diversities
  • Ecology of Water Resources
  • Environmental Impact Analysis
  • GIS in Natural Resources and Environment

Requirement for Graduation

In accordance with the Graduate School rules and regulations with the following additional requirements.

  • Organize, participate, and present a paper at least once a semester, every semester for at least three semesters while studying in the program.

Participate in an international conference at least once.

Credit Requirements*

Requirements Option 1.1 Option 1.2 Option 2.1 Option 2.2
Coursework - - 12 24
Core Courses - - 6 12
Electives - - 6 12
Required Non-credit Courses 6 6 6 6
Dissertation 48 72 36 48
Total 48 72 48 72

* Minimum credits requirements

Core Courses

Requirements Option 1.1 Option 1.2 Option 2.1 Option 2.2
Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr.
Applied Environmental Science - - - - - - 117511 3
Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management - - - - - - 117513 3
Ecosystem Ecology - - - - 117611 3 117611 3
Systemic Environment and Modeling - - - - 117612 3 117612 3
Total 0 0 0 0 2 6 4 12

Electives

Requirements Option 1.1 Option 1.2 Option 2.1 Option 2.2
Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr.
Advance Environmental Impact Assessment - - - - - - 117512 3
Environmental Ecology - - - - - - 117514 3
Fate and Transport of Contaminants in the Environment - - - - - - 117520 3
Air Pollution and Control - - - - - - 117521 3
Wastewater and Treatment Technology - - - - - - 117522 3
Soil Pollution and Management - - - - - - 117523 3
Agricultural Pollution and Management - - - - - - 117524 3
Hazardous Waste and Management - - - - - - 117525 3
Solid Waste and Management Technology - - - - - - 117526 3
Clean Technology - - - - - - 117527 3
Wastewater Microbiology - - - - - - 117528 3
Treatment Wetland - - - - - - 117529 3
Conservation and Management of Soil, water and Forest Resources - - - - - - 117540 3
Conservation and Management of Biodiversity Resources - - - - - - 117541 3
Forest Resources Management - - - - - - 117542 3
Aquatic Ecology - - - - - - 117543 3
Tropical Ecology - - - - - - 117544 3
Water Resources Management - - - - - - 117545 3
Global Climate Change Ecology - - - - - - 117546 3
Natural Resource and Ecological Tourism - - - - - - 117547 3
Integrated Watershed Management - - - - - - 117549 3
Health Risk Assessment - - - - - - 117551 3
Health Impact Assessment - - - - - - 117552 3
Environmental Toxicology - - - - - - 117553 3
Health Risk Management - - - - - - 117554 3
Occupational Health - - - - - - 117555 3
Exposure Assessment - - - - - - 117556 3
Natural Resources and Environment Economy - - - - - - 117561 3
Application of Geo-Informatics for Natural Resources and Environmen - - - - - - 117562 3
Remote Sensing for Natural Resources and Environment - - - - - - 117563 3
Urban Environmental Management - - - - - - 117564 3
Environment Laws and Policy - - - - - - 117565 3
Advanced Wastewater Treatment - - - - 117621 3 117621 3
Soil Chemical and Water Dynamic - - - - 117631 3 117631 3
Soil Resources Management and Rehabitation - - - - 117641 3 117641 3
Advanced Forest Management - - - - 117642 3 117642 3
Ecological Risk Analysis and Management - - - - 117643 3 117643 3
Natural Resources and Environmental Dynamics Model - - - - 117661 3 117661 3
Advanced Geographic Information Science for Environmental and Spatial Planning - - - - 117662 3 117662 3
Specific Topics in Natural Resources and Environment - - - - 117684 3 117684 3
International Studies in Natural Resources and Environment - - - - 117685 1 117685 1
Field Training in Natural Resources and Environment - - - - 117686 2 117686 2
International research in Natural Resources and Environment - - - - 117687 3 117687 3
Total 0 0 0 0 11 >=6 43 >=12

Required Non-credit Courses

Requirements Option 1.1 Option 1.2 Option 2.1 Option 2.2
Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr.
Research Methodology in Science and Technology 117610 3 117610 3 117610 3 117610 3
Seminar 1 117613 1 117613 1 117613 1 117613 1
Seminar 2 117614 1 117614 1 117614 1 117614 1
Seminar 3 117615 1 117615 1 117615 1 117615 1
Total 4 6 4 6 4 6 4 6

Dissertation Credit Requirements

Requirements Option 1.1 Option 1.2 Option 2.1 Option 2.2
Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr. Course No. Cr.
Dissertation 1 Option 1.1 117601 6 - - - - - -
Dissertation 2 Option 1.1 117602 6 - - - - - -
Dissertation 3 Option 1.1 117603 9 - - - - - -
Dissertation 4 Option 1.1 117604 9 - - - - - -
Dissertation 5 Option 1.1 117605 9 - - - - - -
Dissertation 6 Option 1.1 117606 9 - - - - - -
Dissertation 1 Option 1.2 - - 117607 9 - - - -
Dissertation 2 Option 1.2 - - 117608 9 - - - -
Dissertation 3 Option 1.2 - - 117609 9 - - - -
Dissertation 4 Option 1.2 - - 117691 9 - - - -
Dissertation 5 Option 1.2 - - 117692 9 - - - -
Dissertation 6 Option 1.2 - - 117693 9 - - - -
Dissertation 7 Option 1.2 - - 117694 9 - - - -
Dissertation 8 Option 1.2 - - 117695 9 - - - -
Dissertation 1 Option 2.1 - - - - 117696 3 - -
Dissertation 2 Option 2.1 - - - - 117697 6 - -
Dissertation 3 Option 2.1 - - - - 117698 6 - -
Dissertation 4 Option 2.1 - - - - 117699 9 - -
Dissertation 5 Option 2.1 - - - - 117701 6 - -
Dissertation 6 Option 2.1 - - - - 117702 6 - -
Dissertation 1 Option 2.2 - - - - - - 117703 3
Dissertation 2 Option 2.2 - - - - - - 117704 6
Dissertation 3 Option 2.2 - - - - - - 117705 6
Dissertation 4 Option 2.2 - - - - - - 117706 9
Dissertation 5 Option 2.2 - - - - - - 117707 9
Dissertation 6 Option 2.2 - - - - - - 117708 9
Dissertation 7 Option 2.2 - - - - - - 117709 6
Total 6 48 8 72 6 36 7 48

Course Descriptions

117511 Applied Environmental Science 3(3-0-6)
A study of the following: interdisciplinary concepts for environmental science; environmental problems from a local to a global scale; structure and functional analysis of environmental systems; and identification and indicators of environmental systems; relations between lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, biosphere, and humans including degradation and management.
117512 Advanced Environmental Impact Assessment 3(2-3-5)
Strategic environmental impact assessment; environmental status analysis; the process of environmental impact assessments on physical and biological resources; human utilisation of environmental resources; quality of life and health impact assessment including social impact, assessment of development projects, public participation, mitigation measures, and planning; monitoring programs; and preparation of proposals and environmental impact reports.
117513 Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management 3 (2-3-5)
A study of concepts in natural resources and environmental management; analysis of the earth’s environmental system; population dynamics and their impacts; multilateral environmental agreements; integration of forms, tools, techniques, and methods for sustainable development including principles of social communication, learning organisations, community participation, management information systems, and management plan development for natural resources and the environment.
117514 Environmental Ecology 3(2-3-5)
Topics include: the structure of environmental systems; the relationship between organisms and the environment; physical, chemical, and biological factors; the functions of living organisms in environmental systems; and environmental problems, and the application of concepts and knowledge for the sustainability of natural resources and environmental management.
117520 Fate and Transportation of Contaminants in the Environment 3(2-3-5)
Examination of the physical and chemical principles governing the fate and transport of contaminants in the main environmental media, for example, surface water, groundwater, and the atmosphere.
117521 Air Pollution and Control 3(2-3-5)
A study of the nature and dispersion of atmospheric compositions; principles of meteorology influencing air pollution; sources of air pollution; forms and transformation of air pollutants; measuring, testing, and controlling the impacts of air pollution; and standard quality of air including agreements on air pollution at both regional and international level.
117522 Wastewater Treatment Technology 3(2-3-5)
A study the sources and characteristics of wastewater, aerobic and anaerobic biological treatment processes, pond treatment processes, and nitrogen and phosphorous removal.
117523 Soil Pollution and Management 3(2-3-5)
A study of the concepts of soil pollution including classification, sources and origins of pollution, the role of soil pollution in ecosystems, the behavior and fate of pollutants in soil, soil controlling properties, the determination of pollutants, and the prevention and reclamation of polluted soil.
117524 Agricultural Pollution and Management 3(2-3-5)
This course is an examination of the following topics: causes of agricultural pollution including pesticides, metals, and nutrients, their origins and environmental distribution, their impacts on the food chain, and their control and treatment.
117525 Hazardous Waste and Management 3(2-3-5)
A study of the definitions of hazardous waste, sources of hazardous waste, toxicology, regulations, collection and transportation, treatment and disposal technology, stabilisation and solidification, incineration, pollution management, and a review of the current research in soil and environmental chemistry.
117526 Solid Waste Management Technology 3(2-3-5)
A study of the sources and characteristics of solid waste, its storage, collection, transportation, treatment, and landfill.
117527 Clean Technology 3(2-3-5)
This course covers the principles of clean technology, pollution source reduction, re-use and recycling, waste utilization, and the application and auditing of clean technology.
117528 Wastewater Microbiology 3(2-3-5)
An examination of the following topics: the type, role, and activity of microorganisms in wastewater treatment; the microbiological principles that apply to wastewater treatment factors affecting microbial activities in wastewater treatment systems; and problem analysis and process control.
117529 Treatment Wetlands 3(2-3-5)
Definition, structure, and role of treatment wetlands; treatment processes in constructed wetland systems; advantages and disadvantages of treatment wetlands; and appropriate management for treatment wetlands.
117540 Conservation and Management of Soil, Water and Forest Resources 3(2-3-5)
Topics include the following: definition of soil, water, and forest conservation and management; the nature and problems of soil resources; soil-water-forest relationships; soil erosion; policies and measures to control soil erosion; and sustainable management of soil, water, and forest resources.
117541 Conservation and Management of Biodiversity Resources 3(2-3-5)
A study of biodiversity, conservation, evolution theory, impacts of global climate change on biodiversity patterns and processes at the global scale, principles of sustainable eco-tourism, and roles of biodiversity resources for regional eco-tourism.
117542 Forest Resource Management 3(2-3-5)
A study of the principles and concepts of sustainable management of forest resources, forest ecological systems, appropriate silviculture systems, forest resource management for specific purposes, and sustainable management of forest resources in Thailand.
117543 Aquatic Ecology 3(2-3-5)
Structure and function and their relationships in aquatic ecosystems; biological, chemical, and physical properties of water; water pollution and water resource degradation; and water resource restoration.
117544 Tropical Ecology 3(2-3-5)
Structure and function and their relationships in tropical regions, succession processes of plant communities, and animal behaviors and their applications in tropical ecology.
117545 Water Resource Management 3(2-3-5)
Study of the following topics: hydrological cycles and types of water resource, the sustainability of water resources, causes of water resource problems, quality standards for water resources, the monitoring of water resource development, and integrated water resource management.
117546 Global Climate Change Ecology 3(2-3-5)
Global climate change; components of physical meteorology; relationships of atmospheres; lithosphere; hydrosphere; biosphere; meteorological practices; the Tokyo protocol; regulations for greenhouses gasses reduction; mitigations, adaptations, and impacts of global climate change on ecosystems; and responses and adaptations of ecosystems to global climate change.
117547 Natural resources and Ecological Tourism 3(2-3-5)
The philosophy of tourism resources, interactions with other resources, science in the conserving of ruined architecture, conservation of world heritage sites, and economic growth and national strategy.
117549 Integrated Watershed Management 3(2-3-5)
The scope of watershed management, principles and methods of management in watershed conservation, soil erosion control and denuded area rehabilitation, and policy considerations and integrated management.
117551 Health Risk Assessment 3(2-3-5)
Examination of the following areas: definitions and concepts of health; physical, mental, social, and spiritual health; health determinants; toxicology for risk assessment; concepts and study design of epidemiology; concepts and processes of health risk assessment; hazard identification; exposure assessment; risk characterisation; uncertainty in risk assessment; risk management; risk communication; and applications of risk assessment for environmental management.
117552 Health Impact Assessment 3(2-3-5)
A study of the following areas: definitions and concepts of health; physical, mental, social, and spiritual health; health determinants; concepts and formats of health impact assessments (HIAs); types of health impact assessments; the role and development of HIAs in Thailand and worldwide; HIA processes; health definition and health concepts used by HIAs; public scoping; health impact of developmental projects; public health policy; and public participation.
17553 Environmental Toxicology 3(3-0-6)
Topics include: risk assessment and risk management/communication, risk management concepts and options, selection of risk management alternatives, definition and the role of risk communication, obstacles and pitfalls of risk communication, and effective risk communication.
117555 Occupational Health 3(3-0-6)
Concepts and principles of occupational health, safety and occupational health problems, health hazards, occupational disease, accident and health injury, environmental monitoring in work places, use of personal protective equipment, and laws and regulations in occupational health and safety.
117556 Exposure Assessment 3(2-3-5)
Approaches to quantitative exposure assessment, exposure and dose rates, use of exposure information, exposure study, inhalation exposure, dietary exposure, dermal absorption, exposure modeling, using questionnaires to assess exposure, statistical methods in exposure assessment, biomarker and biological monitoring, and quality assurance in exposure study.
117561 Natural Resources and Environmental Economics 3(3-0-6)
A study of economic concepts principles and instruments related to environmental management; economic theories in project analysis; environmental capital and valuation; relationships between natural resources, the environment, and the economy; analysis of cost and benefit effects; environmental property rights; analysis of resource scarcity; welfare evaluation; and market solution; government intervention; and sufficiency economics.
117562 Application of Geo-Informatics for Natural Resources and the Environment 3(2-3-5)
The course includes: concepts of the geographic information system (GIS), geo-information technology, components of a GIS and their functionality, spatial databases, design and manipulation, special analysis using vector and rasta data, presentations of special data and geographic information, and current issues in the application of geo-informatics for natural resource and environmental management.
117563 Remote Sensing for Natural Resources and the Environment 3(3-0-6)
Concepts and advanced scientific techniques of remote sensing in the exploration and interpretation of special natural resource data and advanced geo-informatics technology for research in spatial natural resource and environmental information.
117564 Urban Environmental Management 3(2-3-5)
A study of the following topics: urban land use, urban dynamics and urban changes, urban environmental problems, sustainable urban development, urban environmental management processes and planning, community participation, and concepts and strategies in urban environmental management.
117565 Environmental Laws and Policies 3(3-0-6)
Conceptual frameworks for various public policies from countries worldwide; critical environmental issues and practical ways for conceptual and structural management; public policy processes; practices in issue identification, analysis and research, policy design, regulation, monitoring, and evaluating; and strategic environmental assessment.
117601 Dissertation 1, Option 1.1 6 Credits
Conducting an extensive literature review related to the proposed research; preparing a draft research proposal which includes a research topic, justification for the research, research problem statement, research objectives, and research procedures in brief; and submitting copy of the draft proposal to the dissertation advisor.
117602 Dissertation 2, Option 1.1 6 Credits
Conducting preliminary research and analysis, preparing and submitting a dissertation proposal, nominating a prospective dissertation advisor to the graduate school, and taking a dissertation defense.
117603 Dissertation 3, Option 1.1 9 Credits
Designing and conducting experiments, collecting and analysing data, and submitting a progress report to the dissertation advisor
117604 Dissertation 4, Option 1.1 9 Credits
Designing and conducting experiments, collecting and analysing data, and submitting a progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117605 Dissertation 5, Option 1.1 9 Credits
Finalising experiments, collecting and analysing data, and preparing and submitting a final progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117606 Dissertation 6, Option 1.1 9 Credits
Preparing a dissertation, taking a final dissertation defense, making any alterations and modifications necessary, and submitting the completed dissertation to the Graduate School.
117607 Dissertation 1, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Consulting and discussing the research concepts with the dissertation advisor, researching related documents, books academic, and/or research articles, and preparing and submitting a brief literature review to the dissertation advisor.
117608 Dissertation 2, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Conducting an extensive literature review related to the proposed research; preparing a draft research proposal which includes a research topic, justification for the research, research problem statement, research objectives, and research procedures in brief; and submitting a copy of the draft proposal the dissertation advisor.
117609 Dissertation 3, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Submitting a complete research proposal comprising details of the research components, nominating a prospective dissertation advisor to the Graduate School, and taking a dissertation defense.
117610 Advanced Research Methods in Natural Resources and the Environment 3(2-3-5)
A study of advanced research methods in natural resources and the environment, advanced information technology literature review, advanced techniques in data analysis and interpretation, proposal and technical writing, writing of a scientific paper, and publication know-how.
117611 Ecosystem Ecology 3(3-0-6)
A holistic approach to principles of community and ecosystem ecology, species diversity, cybernetic control and stability, ecosystem energetic modeling, the relevance of ecosystem theories to human ecology and ecosystem management along with laboratory work and field study.
117612 Systemic Environments and Modeling 3(3-0-6)
A study of the philosophy and theory of systems and subsystems interaction in environmental ecosystems, the component-structure function of an individual environmental system, linkages from micro to macro levels, theories and equations in environmental modeling, and integration of environmental management plans at the macro level.
117613 Seminar 1 1(0-2-1)
Presentation skills, slide preparation using computer programs, art design, and group discussion techniques.
117614 Seminar 2 1(0-2-1)
A study of reading comprehension, the extraction of knowledge from scientific papers on topics of interest, and presentation skills.
117615 Seminar 3 1(0-2-1)
A study of how to present research proposals by integrating reading comprehension of the literature.
117621 Advanced Wastewater Treatment 3(2-3-5)
Advanced technology and processes in wastewater treatment including: oxidation processes, absorption, ion exchange, and membrane filtration; and biological nutrient removal processes.
117631 Soil Chemical and Water Dynamics 3(2-3-5)
This course includes a study of the following topics: chemical and physical processes and their interrelationships to soil colloid and soil solid particles, soil solution chemistry, nutrient availability and dynamics, organic matter and the soil carbon cycle and soil carbon sequestration, the behavior and cycling of water in soil with a porous media profile, soil water potential and energy, processes of solute transport through the soil profile, with emphasis on the interpretation for natural resources management and environmental considerations.
117641 Soil Resources Management and Rehabilitation 3(2-3-5)
This course comprises a study of the causes of soil degradation, loss of soil quality, and fertility; upland and lowland soil degradation; and integration concepts in conservation and rehabilitation.
117642 Advanced Forest Management 3(2-3-5)
The course includes the following topics: the concepts and principles of sustainable forest management, the management of natural forests and forest plantation systems, multiple-use management of forest resources for maximum sustainable yield, mechanisms for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, and principles and processes of forest resource management on the basis of local community involvement.
117643 Ecological Risk Analysis and Management 3(2-2-5)
The principles and processes in ecological risk assessment, the probability of adverse impact due to environmental pollution, implementing alternative evaluations for prevention solutions, aiming for ecological stability, using computer programs to analyse risk and alternate management, and Thai and English writing and presentation of an assessment report.
117661 Natural Resources and Environmental Dynamics Model 3(3-0-6)
A study of the following topics: systems and models, systems thinking and dynamic modeling of environmental systems, mechanisms of interactions between model variables, behavior analysis of feedback systems, model development, model calibration and validation, sensitivity analysis, and dynamic model application for natural resources and environmental management.
117662 Advanced Geographic Information Science for Environmental and Spatial Planning 3(2-3-5)
The course includes: an examination of the capacity of the geographic information system for simulation models in natural resources and environmental management, spatial dependency analysis, the generation and analysis of digital terrain models, process based hydrological modeling, soil erosion assessment, land use planning, and option analysis for special decision making.
117684 Special Topics in Natural Resources and the Environment 3(3-0-6)
A study and discussion of current issues in natural resources and the environment.
117685 International Studies in Natural Resources and the Environment 1(0-2-1)
A week long excursion to interesting sites and projects in natural resources and the environment at international institutes abroad.
117686 Field Training in Natural Resources and the Environment 2(0-4-2)
A month long field excursion at a natural resources and environment project or a month long laboratory training at an international standard institute.
117687 International Research in Natural Resources and the Environment 3(0-6-3)
Three month long research training in natural resources and the environment at host universities abroad.
117691 Dissertation 4, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Designing and conducting experiments, collecting and analysing data, and submitting a progress report to the dissertation supervisor.
119692 Dissertation 5, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Conducting experiments, collecting and analysing additional data, and submitting a summary research progress report during the first half of the experiments to the dissertation advisor.
117693 Dissertation 6, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Finalising experiments, collecting and analysing data, and preparing and submitting a final progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117694 Dissertation 7, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Finalising experiments, collecting and analysing data, and preparing and submitting a final progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117695 Dissertation 8, Option 1.2 9 Credits
Preparing a dissertation, taking a final dissertation defense, making any alterations and modifications necessary, and submitting the completed dissertation to the Graduate School.
117696 Dissertation 1, Option 2.1 3 Credits
Conducting an extensive literature review related to the proposed research; preparing a draft research proposal which includes a research topic, justification for the research, research problem statement, research objectives, and research procedures in brief; and submitting a copy of the draft proposal to the dissertation advisor.
117697 Dissertation 2, Option 2.1 6 Credits
Conducting and analyzing preliminary research, preparing, and submitting a dissertation proposal, nominating a prospective dissertation advisor to the Graduate School, and taking a dissertation defense.
117698 Dissertation 3, Option 2.1 6 Credits
Conducting and analyzing preliminary research, preparing, and submitting a dissertation proposal, nominating a prospective dissertation advisor to the Graduate School, and taking a dissertation defense.
117699 Dissertation 4, Option 2.1 9 Credits
Conducting experiments, collecting and analysing data, and submitting a progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117701 Dissertation 5, Option 2.1 6 Credits
Finalising experiments, collecting and analysing data, and submitting a final progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117702 Dissertation 6, Option 2.1 6 Credits
Preparing a dissertation, taking a final dissertation defense, making any alterations and modifications necessary, and submitting the completed dissertation to the Graduate School.
117703 Dissertation 1, Option 2.2 3 Credits
Consulting with the dissertation advisor; discussing the proposed research concept; researching related documents, books, academic and/or research articles; and preparing and submitting a brief literature review to the dissertation advisor.
117704 Dissertation 2, Option 2.2 6 Credits
Conducting an extensive literature review related to the proposed research; preparing a draft research proposal which includes a research topic, justification for the research, research problem statement, research objectives, and research procedures in brief; and submitting a copy of the draft proposal to the dissertation advisor.
117705 Dissertation 3, Option 2.2 6 Credits
Submitting a complete dissertation proposal comprising details of the research components, nominating a prospective dissertation advisor to the graduate school; and taking a dissertation defense.
117706 Dissertation 4, Option 2.2 9 Credits
Designing and conducting experiments, collecting and analysing data, and submitting a progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117707 Dissertation 5, Option 2.2 9 Credits
Designing and conducting experiments, collecting and analysing additional data, and submitting a progress report to the dissertation supervisor.
117708 Dissertation 6, Option 2.2 9 Credits
Finalising experiments, collecting and analysing data, and preparing and submitting a final progress report to the dissertation advisor.
117709 Dissertation 7, Option 2.2 6 Credits
Preparing a dissertation, taking a final dissertation defense, making any alterations and modifications necessary, and submitting the completed dissertation to the Graduate School.

Course Organisers

Dean Umpornsatira, Chanin, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
Program Director Siriwong, Wapakorn, Ph.D.
Program Committee Boonyanuphap, Jaruntorn, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.Juntarawijit, Chudchawal, Ph.D.Pampasit, Sarent, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.

Thanacharoenchanaphos, Kanita, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.

Graduate Faculty Full Members Boonyanuphap, Jaruntorn, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.Chenrachasith, Phanitda, Ph.D.Juntarawijit, Chudchawal, Ph.D.

Klomjek, Pantip, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.

Kongmuang, Charatdao, Ph.D.

Kritsanukul, Chanyud, Ph.D.

Pampasit, Savent,Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.

Promma, Kitchakarn,Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.

Sarin, Charoon, Ph.D.

Siriwong, Wapakorn, Ph.D.

Thanacharoenchanaphos, Kanita, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.

Umpornsatira, Chanin, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.

Associate Members Chunkao, Kasem, Prof., Ph.D.Jinahyon, Sujin, Prof., Ph.D.Pathanakiat, Sura, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.

Sintunawa, Jirapon, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.

Tungdham, Nipon, Prof., Ph.D.