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     Master of Science Programme in Applied Chemistry

 

Programmes : Master of Science Programme in Applied Chemistry
Total Credits Required: 36 •    Plan A1: Thesis (36 Credits)
•    Plan A2: Coursework (18 Credits) and Thesis (18 Credits)

Philosophy:

This programme’s emphasis is on creating graduates who possess advanced knowledge and researching skills to serve as leaders in creating chemical innovations and in the application of science, polymer technology and analytical chemistry to improving natural products.  The graduates are supposed to be able to use their knowledge morally and ethically, for the benefit of the society.

1.  The graduates are expected to possess the following qualities:

2.  Advanced knowledge and skills related to chemistry and its application;

3.  Skills in conducting high-quality chemistry research, as well as the ability to build on previous studies or innovations and to publish and practically apply their research;

4.  Skills in independent entrepreneurship;

5.  Ethically and morally grounded leadership in chemistry or applied chemistry; and

6.  English communication ability compliant with accepted standards.

Ethics and Research Methodology, Advanced Instrumental Analysis, Master Seminar 1, Master Seminar 2, Drug Discovery Based on Natural Products, Bioassay Methods, Natural Products in Nutraceuticals, Cosmeceuticals and Agrochemicals, Structural Characterization of Organic Compounds, Advanced Organic Chemistry, Chemistry of Dyes, Enzyme Catalysis in Organic Synthesis, Structural Design of Polymers, Polymer Applications, Analysis and Characterization of Polymers, Property Improvement in Polymers, Electrochemical Analysis, Chromatography, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Advanced Analytical Chemistry, Agricultural and Environmental Chemical Analysis, Analytical Techniques for Pharmaceutical and Medical Sciences, Surface Chemistry, Advanced Physical Chemistry, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Selected Topics in Applied Chemistry, Polymers in Controlled Delivery Systems
  • Plan A1, A2
    - 45,500 Baht per semester
    - 182,000 Baht per programme

 

    Master of Science Program in Applied Chemistry Plan A 1  PROGRAM IN STRUCTOR   
    Master of Science Program in Applied Chemistry Plan A 2  PROGRAM IN STRUCTOR   

 



     Master of Science Programme in Biological Science

 


Programmes : Master of Science Programme in Biological Science
Total Credits Required: 36 •    Plan A1: Thesis (36 Credits)
•    Plan A2: Coursework (24 Credits) and Thesis (12 Credits)

Philosophy:

This programme aims at perfecting its graduates’ academic and researching expertise in biological science, so that they can apply their knowledge to conducting further research or creating economically valuable innovations that earn both national and international recognition.

The graduates are expected to possess the following qualities:

1.    Biological science knowledge, ability, skills and expertise;
2.    Ability to apply their biological science knowledge and expertise to creating innovations for social, economic and environmental development; and
3.    Discipline, respect for social rules and agreements, and abidance by scholars’ and researchers’ ethics.

Molecular Biology and Omics, Advanced Methonds in Biological Science, Research Methodology in Biological Science, Research Innovation and Professional Ethics, Seminar 1, Seminar 2, Advanced Plant Pathology, Area-Based Ecology and Biodiversity, Cereal Science, DNA Markers and Applications, Eukaryotic Microbiology, Economic Impact Insects, Fungal Diversity and Applications, Human-Gut Microbe Interactions, Integrated Pests Management, Genome-Editing Technology, Microbial Products and Innovations, Molecular Evolution and Phylogenetics, Mushroom Technology, Plant Root-Microbe Interactions, Research Trends in Biological Science, Drug Discovery Based on Natural Products, Natural Products in Nutraceuticals Cosmeceuticals and Agrochemicals, Ecoinformatics
  • Plan A1, A2:
    - 45,500 Baht per semester
    - 182,000 Baht per programme

 

    Master of Science Program in Biosciences Plan A 1  PROGRAM IN STRUCTOR   
    Master of Science Program in Biosciences Plan A 2  PROGRAM IN STRUCTOR   

 

 



     Master of Science Programme in Computational Science

 


Programmes : Master of Science Programme in Computational Science
Total Credits Required: 36 •    Plan A1: Thesis (36 Credits)
•    Plan A2: Coursework (24 Credits) and Thesis (12 Credits)

Philosophy:

This programme aims at creating personnel with knowledge of computational science and skills in conducting relevant research.  This interdisciplinary programme integrates science with applied mathematics, computer science and other related fields of study, adopting simulations or high-performance computational software to enhance understanding, formulate solutions to problems and predict potential outcomes.

The graduates are expected to possess the following qualities:

1.  Computational science knowledge and skills needed for problem-solving and outcome-predicting processes;

2.  Ability to conduct and promote on-going interdisciplinary research that integrates bodies of knowledge of science, applied mathematics and computer science, and other related fields.

Introduction to Mathematical Modeling, Introduction to Data Science, Introduction to Computational Science, Ethic and Research Methodology in Computational Science, Seminar in Computational Science 1, Seminar in Computational Science 2, Quantum Science, Waves and Electromagnetism, Introduction to Space Science, Radiative Processes in Astrophysics, Plasma Physics, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Introduction to Turbulence, Special Topics in Astrophysics, Partial Differential Equations, Statistical Methods, Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations, Principles of Partial Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations, Group Analysis of Differential Equations, Computer Application for Statistical Analysis, Finite Element Method, Special Topics in Mathematics, Practical Programming, Numerical Analysis, Ecoinformatics, Ecological Modeling, Sensor-Based Ecology, Area-Based Ecology and Biodiversity, Visualization and Computer Graphics, Data Analytics, Data Visualization and Communication
  • Plan A1, A2
    - 45,500 Baht per semester
    - 182,000 Baht per programme

 

    Master of Science Program in Computational Science Plan A 1  PROGRAM STRUCTURE      STUDY PLAN
    Master of Science Program in Computational Science Plan A 2  PROGRAM STRUCTURE      STUDY PLAN

 



     Master of Science Programme in Materials Innovation

 


Programmes : Master of Science Programme in Materials Innovation
Total Credits Required: 36 •    Plan A1: Thesis (36 Credits)
•    Plan A2: Coursework (24 Credits) and Thesis (12 Credits)

Philosophy:

This programme aims at developing knowledge of materials innovation and skills in conducting relevant research, so that its graduates will possess solid foundations of material science and the ability to initiate applied existing research studies to creating concretely practical innovations.

The graduates are expected to possess the following qualities:

1.  Strong foundations and profound understanding of material science, creativity, and skills in conducting  research to create new bodies of knowledge; and
2.  Inspiration to be modern entrepreneurs who can apply research outcomes to creating innovations that have both economic and social contributions.

Research Methodology and Ethics, Development of Innovative Materials, Advanced Materials, Properties and Testing of Materials, Materials Characterization, Eco-materials, Trends in Materials Innovation, Nanomaterials, Materials for Energy Storage, Emerging Construction Materials, Biomedical Materials, Seminar in Materials Innovation 1, Seminar in Materials Innovation 2
  • Plan A1, A2:
    - 45,500 Baht per semester
    - 182,000 Baht per programme

 

    Master of Science Program in Materials Innovation Plan A 1  PROGRAM IN STRUCTOR   
    Master of Science Program in Materials Innovation Plan A 2  PROGRAM IN STRUCTOR   

 

 

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