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About Thailand

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About Thailand: Useful information for our visiting students

Facts and Statistics

Location: Southeastern Asia, bordering the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, southeast of Burma, flanked by the Mekong River in the northeast. Laos lies across the Mekong river and Cambodia on Thailand’s eastern border. To the south along the Malay peninsula lies Malaysia.
Capital: Bangkok (Krungthep Mahanakorn)
Climate: tropical; rainy, warm, cloudy southwest monsoon (mid-May to September); dry, cool northeast monsoon (November to February); hot and humid (March and April); the southern isthmus is always warm and humid.
Population: 67 million (CIA World factbook)
Ethnic Make-up: Thai 75%, Chinese 14%, others 11%
Religions: Theravada Buddhism 94.6%, Islam 4.5%, Christianity 0.7%, Hinduism 0.1%, others 0.1%
Government: constitutional monarchy

Languages in Thailand

The Thai language is comprised of 44 consonants, 32 vowels and five tones in Thai pronunciation, along with a script that has Indian origins. The Thai language, belonging to the Tai family, is the main language in Thailand although there are several regional dialects as well. Other languages spoken in Thailand are Chinese, Lao, Malay and Mon-Khmer, while English is becoming more prevalent in government and commerce. English is also being taught as a second language in secondary school and universities, which enables the English-speaking visitor in Thailand to have little trouble conversing.

Thai Society & Culture

Thai value systems regarding dress, social behavior, religion, authority figures, and sexuality are much more conservative than those of the average Westerner. Thai people are courteous and respectful. Their behavior is tightly controlled by etiquette, much of it based on their Buddhist religion.
It is a non-confrontational society, in which public dispute or criticism is to be avoided at all costs. To show anger or impatience or to raise your voice is a sign of weakness and lack of mental control. It is also counterproductive, since the Thai who will smile, embarrassed by your outburst of anger or frustration is far less likely to be helpful than if you had kept better control of your emotions.
Face is very important in Thailand. Candour and emotional honesty – qualities highly prized in some Western societies – are considered embarrassing and counterproductive in the East. Never lose your temper or raise your voice no matter how frustrating or desperate the situation. Only patience, humor, and jai yen (cool heart) bring results in Thailand.

  • Show great respect for the royal family. They are highly respected by the Thais. Stand in respect when the Thai national anthem is played.
  • Take off your shoes before entering a home, wat or building which contains a Buddha image.
  • Never touch the head of a Thai or pass an object over it; the head is considered sacred in Thailand.
  • Do not speak in a loud voice. Do not show your temper. Never criticize anyone publicly.

Buddhism in Thailand

Thailand is a stronghold of Buddhism.
Buddhists believe that life does not begin with birth and end with death, but rather that every person has several lives based upon the lessons of life not yet learned and acts committed (karma) in previous lives. Buddhists believe that selfishness and craving result in suffering and that compassion and love bring happiness and well-being.
The true path to peace is to eliminate all desire, a condition which Buddhists define as ‘nirvana’, an indescribable state free of desire, suffering, or further rebirth, in which a person simply is, and is completely at one with his surroundings.

Hierarchical Society

Thais respect hierarchical relationships. Children are taught to honour their parents. Social relationships are defined as one person being superior to the other. Parents are superior to their children, teachers to their students, and bosses to their subordinates.
When Thais meet a stranger, they will immediately try to place you within a hierarchy so they know how you should be treated. This is often done by asking what might be seen as very personal questions in other cultures. Status can be determined by clothing and general appearance, age, job, education, family name, and social connections.

Thai Demeanour

Thais place great emphasis and value on outward forms of courtesy such as politeness, respect, genial demeanour and self-control in order to maintain harmonious relations. Many of their rules of etiquette are by-products of the Buddhist religion.
It is a non-confrontational society, in which public dispute or criticism is to be avoided at all costs. To be openly angry with someone might attract the wrath of the spirits, which in turn could cause violence and tragedy. Openly criticizing a person is a form of violence as it hurts the person and is viewed as a conscious attempt to offend the person being rebuked. Loss of face is a disgrace to a Thai so they try to avoid confrontations and look for compromises in difficult situations. If two parties disagree, one will need to have an outlet to retreat without losing face.

About Us

International Undergraduate Program (IUP)

As Thailand and its neighboring countries are going into their industrial development phase, the demand for engineers has been escalating. Responding to this need, the Faculty of Engineering of KU created its International Undergraduate Program (IUP) in 2003 with the aim of producing professional engineers not only with technical knowledge and skills but also with English communication skills who could readily fill in that growing need. To date, we have already produced more than 500 graduates since our establishment and now, we have over 600 students enrolled in our programs.

Programs offered

Currently, we offer six international undergraduate degree programs namely:

  • Electrical Engineering (Communication)
  • Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Software and Knowledge Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering

Depending on the selected program, students are required successful completion of 144 to 150 approved credits to graduate and earn their Bachelor's degree, which normally, may take four years to complete. One credit in the Thai crediting system for higher education is equivalent to 1.5 ECTS credits in the European countries or 3 credits in England/Wales/Northern Ireland crediting system.

Faculty of Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering, with over 70 years of experience, advocates learning through teaching, hands-on training and research. Our vision is to achieve global recognition as a self-sustaining academic center for research and innovative excellence. The Faculty of Engineering and its ten departments serve more than 7,000 students.

Department

Number of programs offered

Undergraduate

Masters

Doctoral/PhD.*

Thai

Inter

Thai

Inter

Thai

Inter

Aerospace Engineering

2

1

1

     

Chemical Engineering

1

 

1

1

1

1

Civil Engineering

2

 

2

1

1

 

Computer Engineering

1

1

2

 

1

 

Electrical Engineering

1

1

1

1

1

 

Environmental Engineering

1

1

1

1

1

 

Industrial Engineering

1

1

2

2

2

1

Materials Engineering

1

 

1

 

1

 

Mechanical Engineering

2

2

1

 

1

 

Water Resources Engineering

1

 

1

 

1

 

Multi-disciplinary programs

           
  • Safety Engineering (4 departments)
   

1

     
  • Fire Protection Engineering (5 departments)
   

1

     
  • Industrial Production Technology (5 departments)
   

1

     

Notes

           

Thai: Programs taught in Thai language

           

Inter: International programs taught in English

* International students are welcome in all Doctoral programs

www.eng.ku.ac.th

Kasetsart University

Kasetsart University (KU), a top-ranking public university in Thailand, was established in 1943 with the aim of teaching and promoting agricultural knowledge to the Thais, who largely depended on agricultural production for their livelihood. Starting from a single campus in Bangkhen, KU has now branched out to three more campuses serving over 60,000 students. Its Bangkhen Campus in Bangkok, the largest of the four KU campuses, has a land area of 135 hectares, which contains fifteen faculties and one college (see list below) and serves more than 35,000 students.

Faculty of Agriculture

Faculty of Business Administration

Faculty of Economics

Faculty of Fisheries

Faculty of Architecture

Faculty of Humanities

Faculty of Social Science

Faculty of Forestry

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Agro-Industry

Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Veterinary Technology

Faculty of Education

College of environment

The Graduate School

www.ku.ac.th

 

Admission Procedure

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Admission Procedure to the Faculty of Engineering

I. For Bachelor exchange level at the International Undergraduate Program (IUP):

  1. Download the admission application form from http://www.interprogram.ku.ac.th
  2. Fill out the form and submit to Ms. Kanokkarn, IUP Office. E-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  3. Within 3-4 weeks after the submission of the application, you should receive the admission result.

II. For Internship, Training, Postgraduate programs:

  1. Download the admission application form from http://www.interprogram.ku.ac.th
  2. Fill out the form and submit to your KU advisor or Head of the department you are interested in.
  3. Within 3-4 weeks after the submission of the application, you should receive the admission result.

Application Deadline

Semester

Application Deadline

First Semester (August – December)

15 June

Second Semester (January – May)

15 November

Admissions

For Thai Student Admission (Full time): Thai University Central Admission System (TCAS)

  • Admission by Portfolio
  • Admission by Quota
  • Kasetsart University Direct Admission
  • Central Admission
  • Walk in Admission 

For more Information: www.admission.ku.ac.th

For foreign student (Full time):
You will need to present the following scores

  1. TOEFL (iBT) score of 61
  2. IELTS 5.5
  3. SAT Reasoning Testtm (SAT or SAT 1; Mathematics Section score of 600 and combined Critical Reading + Mathematics Section Score of 1,000)

For more Information: www.interprogram.ku.ac.th

 IUP-TCAS-poster-2018

Tuition Fees

60,700 Baht per semester (10,000 extra for foreign student)
The IUP uses a two-semester system, 16 weeks per semester.
First Semester: August - December
Second Semester: January - May

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Industrial Engineering (English Program)

(program structure, course plan, course description )

 

Industrial engineers can make products and services, processes, and various systems better!

The program in industrial engineering mainly emphasizes on building strategic planning skills from analyzing project feasibility, efficiently managing various tasks, controlling quality, to optimally planning distribution centers by taking into account factors including, but not limited to, humans, knowledge, information, raw materials, machines, and the actual systems. The aims are to increase the quality of products and services, reduce costs, efficiently use resources, increase accuracy and performance of the system, and increase safety. Skills acquired from studying industrial engineering can be applied to a variety of areas. These are, for example, plant improvement, logistics, supply chain management, finance and banking, and organizational management. In fact, industrial engineers can really work everywhere.

Students will be offered with courses related to :

  • Production planing
  • Engineering managrment
  • Engieering economics anlysis
  • Quality control
  • Manufacturing egineering
  • Work improvment
  • Safety and maintenanec 
  • Ergonomics
  • Statistics and applied mathematics

 

*A certificate that the program has been taught entirely in English will be provided after graduation

In order to meet graduation requirements, students must complete a minimum of either149 credits or 143 credits and take part in a 4-month internship program.

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing (International Program) (2013)

( program structure, course plan, course description )

Recognizing that most present day industrial production equipment is computerized, the need for engineers with the capability to understand and apply electrical, mechanical and computing principles in manufacturing has driven Kasetsart University to develop an interdisciplinary program integrating various engineering disciplines to meet demand and contribute to the industrial progress of the country. This has made Kasetsart University the first university in Thailand to offer a Bachelor degree in Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering (eMMe), made possible through the collaboration of the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University.

Curriculum

Students in eMMe can choose to specialize in either of the following fields:

  • Mechatronics and Automation
  • CNC Technology and Robotics
  • Product and Component Design
  • Manufacturing Technology

The major engineering courses for the eMMe program include the following:

  • Design Engineering
    Introduction to CAD/CAM, Machine Design, Machine Parts Design, Computer-aided Design, Computer-aided Engineering, Product Design
  • Manufacturing Engineering
    Fluid Mechanics, Machine Design, Mechanics of Machinery, Fluid Power, Automatic Control, Heat Transfer and Refrigeration
  • Electrical Engineering
    Electric Circuit Analysis I, Electric Circuits and Systems I & II, Electromechanical Energy, Conversion I, Instruments and Control Systems, Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers
  • Manufacturing Engineering
    Conventional & NC Machines, Manufacturing Processes, Molds and Dies, CNC Technology I & II, CNC Machine Retrofitting and Controller Design, Computer-aided Manufacturing, Industrial Materials and Robotics, Instruments & Precision Measurements, Principles of Operation and Production


In order to meet graduation requirements, students must complete a minimum of 149 credits. They also have the option to take part in a 6-month internship with participating industries.

Facilities

To provide on-hand training to students, the Department of eMMe provides laboratories equipped with modern facilities that include: CAD/CAM/CAE, CNC Turning and Milling machinery, Injection Molders, Mechatronics and Automation Systems and Metrology equipment. These laboratories are supported and hosted by the Research and Development Institute for Industrial Production Technology, or RDiPT.

Faculty Members

The eMMe program is taught by professors from the Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering departments, with over 85 instructors, of which more than 80% hold PhDs. Moreover, noted professionals and guest lecturers from the industrial sector are occasionally invited to share their views and perspectives and provide students with opportunities to learn about current development trends and industry needs. 

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing (International Program) (2017)

( program structure, course plan, course description )

Recognizing that most present day industrial production equipment is computerized, the need for engineers with the capability to understand and apply electrical, mechanical and computing principles in manufacturing has driven Kasetsart University to develop an interdisciplinary program integrating various engineering disciplines to meet demand and contribute to the industrial progress of the country. This has made Kasetsart University the first university in Thailand to offer a Bachelor degree in Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering (eMMe), made possible through the collaboration of the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University.

Curriculum

Students in eMMe can choose to specialize in either of the following fields:

  • Mechatronics and Automation
  • CNC Technology and Robotics
  • Product and Component Design
  • Manufacturing Technology

The major engineering courses for the eMMe program include the following:

  • Design Engineering
    Introduction to CAD/CAM, Machine Design, Machine Parts Design, Computer-aided Design, Computer-aided Engineering, Product Design
  • Manufacturing Engineering
    Fluid Mechanics, Machine Design, Mechanics of Machinery, Fluid Power, Automatic Control, Heat Transfer and Refrigeration
  • Electrical Engineering
    Electric Circuit Analysis I, Electric Circuits and Systems I & II, Electromechanical Energy, Conversion I, Instruments and Control Systems, Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers
  • Manufacturing Engineering
    Conventional & NC Machines, Manufacturing Processes, Molds and Dies, CNC Technology I & II, CNC Machine Retrofitting and Controller Design, Computer-aided Manufacturing, Industrial Materials and Robotics, Instruments & Precision Measurements, Principles of Operation and Production


In order to meet graduation requirements, students must complete a minimum of 149 credits. They also have the option to take part in a 6-month internship with participating industries.

Facilities

To provide on-hand training to students, the Department of eMMe provides laboratories equipped with modern facilities that include: CAD/CAM/CAE, CNC Turning and Milling machinery, Injection Molders, Mechatronics and Automation Systems and Metrology equipment. These laboratories are supported and hosted by the Research and Development Institute for Industrial Production Technology, or RDiPT.

Faculty Members

The eMMe program is taught by professors from the Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering departments, with over 85 instructors, of which more than 80% hold PhDs. Moreover, noted professionals and guest lecturers from the industrial sector are occasionally invited to share their views and perspectives and provide students with opportunities to learn about current development trends and industry needs. 

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Environmental Engineering

(program structure, course plan, course description )

The Environmental Engineering Program was designed to focus on prevention and minimizing the adverse effects of pollution created by human activities on the national, regional and global scales.

Major topics of teaching and research in the program include:

  • Design of conventional and advanced water and wastewater treatment
  • Integrated systems for solid and hazardous waste management
  • Control of air pollution, noise and vibration
  • Remediation of contaminated land and subsurface
  • Environmental management tools for organizations such as environmental impact assessment, environmental risk assessment, and environmental management systems.

The Environmental Engineering Program was accredited by Thailand’s Council of Engineers whereby graduates can apply for their professional license to practice environmental engineering.

The 4th year student in this program can apply for the 6 month cooperative education program abroad at selected institutions to strengthen their English skills and working ability in the environmental engineering arena. This program is offered by the Department of Environmental Engineering, which has cooperation agreements with various international institutions.

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Mechanical Engineering (International Program) (2013)

(program structure, course plan, course description )

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Kasetsart University is one of the oldest engineering departments in Thailand. Founded in 1967, the Kasetsart Mechanical Engineering program is consistently ranked as one of the top mechanical engineering programs in the nation. The department has offered this Bachelor program (International program) since 2003 with the aim of providing global education opportunities to Thai students, and also welcomes international students in study abroad programs. The program emphasizes not only the fundamentals of engineering disciplines, but also practical aspects of the engineering profession including Automotive Engineering, Renewable Energy, Design and Manufacturing, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Dynamics System Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering and Rail Engineering.

Curriculum   

Kasetsart University’s undergraduate curriculum in Mechanical Engineering covers both fundamental and practical aspects of the field. The program provides students with the science, technology and engineering knowledge and skills to solve any engineering problems that may arise. This program requires four years of study. Emphasis during the freshman and sophomore years is on mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering drawings, and general engineering sciences. The junior and senior years are devoted to mechanical engineering topics including thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, automatic control and mechanical vibrations, design and manufacturing, and practical applications of fundamentals to diverse problems of mechanical engineering. In the final year, students can choose a set of high-level technical elective courses from the seven mechanical engineering specialty areas, including:

  • Automotive Engineering
  • Renewable Energy
  • Design and Manufacturing
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Dynamics System Engineering
  • Fire Protection Engineering
  • Rail Engineering

The program was established and designed to prepare students not only to satisfy the needs of industry, but also to continue education at the graduate level. In order to meet graduation requirements, students must complete a minimum of 150 credits. They also have the option to take part in a 4-month internship with participating industries.

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Mechanical Engineering (International Program) (2017)

(program structure, course plan, course description )

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Kasetsart University is one of the oldest engineering departments in Thailand. Founded in 1967, the Kasetsart Mechanical Engineering program is consistently ranked as one of the top mechanical engineering programs in the nation. The department has offered this Bachelor program (International program) since 2003 with the aim of providing global education opportunities to Thai students, and also welcomes international students in study abroad programs. The program emphasizes not only the fundamentals of engineering disciplines, but also practical aspects of the engineering profession including Automotive Engineering, Renewable Energy, Design and Manufacturing, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Dynamics System Engineering, Fire Protection Engineering and Rail Engineering.

Curriculum   

Kasetsart University’s undergraduate curriculum in Mechanical Engineering covers both fundamental and practical aspects of the field. The program provides students with the science, technology and engineering knowledge and skills to solve any engineering problems that may arise. This program requires four years of study. Emphasis during the freshman and sophomore years is on mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering drawings, and general engineering sciences. The junior and senior years are devoted to mechanical engineering topics including thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, automatic control and mechanical vibrations, design and manufacturing, and practical applications of fundamentals to diverse problems of mechanical engineering. In the final year, students can choose a set of high-level technical elective courses from the seven mechanical engineering specialty areas, including:

  • Automotive Engineering
  • Renewable Energy
  • Design and Manufacturing
  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Dynamics System Engineering
  • Fire Protection Engineering
  • Rail Engineering

The program was established and designed to prepare students not only to satisfy the needs of industry, but also to continue education at the graduate level. In order to meet graduation requirements, students must complete a minimum of 150 credits. They also have the option to take part in a 4-month internship with participating industries.

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Software and Knowledge Engineering (International Program)

( program structure, course plan, course description )

The Software and Knowledge Engineering program has been offered by the Department of Computer Engineering since 2003 in response to the needs of the country, which is undergoing rapid technological change. The aim is to produce graduates with the knowledge and skills in software and knowledge engineering with experience in extensive practical work. Students have many opportunities to gain practical experience through cooperative or internship programs, as well as project-based learning. Every year, the eXceed Camp – an intensive software development camp in an open environment for developing technical and social skills – is held during summer of the program’s second year.

Curriculum

In addition to general engineering courses, students in this program are required to take the following courses:
•    Fundamentals of Software and Knowledge Engineering
•    Software Development and Project Management
•    Software Quality Assurance
•    Usability and Computer-Human Interfaces
•    Fundamentals of Computer Science, including Theory, Algorithms, Computer Architecture, Operating Systems and Networking
Elective Specializations under the Knowledge Engineering program include:
•    Natural Language  Processing  and Intelligent Info System Technologies
•    Data Analysis and Knowledge Discovery
•    Innovation and Knowledge Management
•    Multi-media Analysis and Discovery
•    Data Warehouse and Mining
Elective Specializations under the Software Engineering program include:
•    Computer and Networking Security
•    Electronic Business Engineering
•    Mobile Software Development
•    Software Testing
•    Programming Language Concepts
•    Web Application Development

Students can gain valuable experience by participating in cutting-edge research conducted by research laboratories in the Department of Computer Engineering. There are five research laboratory clusters as follows:

Cluster I: Digital and Embedded Systems             
Cluster II: Computer Networks and Systems           
Cluster III: Information Engineering and Intelligent Systems                          
Cluster IV: Software and Database Technology    
Cluster V: Graphics and Multimedia               
Cluster VI: Computer Theory

In order to meet graduation requirements, students must take part in a 6-month internship with participating industries and complete a minimum of 144 credits.


Campus Life

Bangkhen Campus Location

Our Faculty of Engineering is situated within Kasetsart University (KU)’s Bangkhen campus, which is located at 50 Ngamwongwan Road, Lat Yao Subdistrict, Jatujak District, Bangkok 10900. It lies at the kilometer marker #14 on Phahonyothin Rd., at the intersection of Phahonyothin and Ngamwongwan Roads. [KU Map].
The campus can be reached by car and public transportation.  Several buses stop at the campus.  From downtown Bangkok, the closest sky train (BTS) station is Mor-Chit. The nearest railway station is Bangkhen station.  We are a 20-minute drive from Don Muang Airport and one hour from Suvarnnabhumi International Airport.

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Bangkhen Campus Facilities

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The Bangkhen campus has a leafy and tranquil setting conducive towards intellectual and creative pursuits.

Kasetsart University Bookstore

The KU Bookstore is stocked with books printed by national and international publishers in all disciplines.  Students can purchase textbooks from the KU Bookstore at reasonable prices.

Coffee shops & Canteens

Students can find several coffee shops (such as Starbucks and Au Bon Pain) and canteens/ restaurants located throughout the Bangkhen campus.   The Faculty of Engineering also provides two canteens and coffee shops for students to take a break in between their classes.

Banking Services

On-campus branch offices of Bank of Ayudhya, Bangkok Bank, Krung Thai Bank, Siam Commercial Bank, Kasikorn Bank, and TMB Bank are located by the Ngamwongwan entrance 1 of the Bangkhen campus.  Many automated teller machines (ATMs) are spread throughout the campus.

Health

When medical attention is needed, the KU medical center, located on campus, can assist students with qualified medical doctors and nurses during office hours.  There are also private hospitals, operating for 24 hours, within the vicinity of the campus.

Post Office

The post office offers one-stop postal services, which include all regular, express, and registered mails, as well as bill payments and money orders.

Convenience Stores

There are several convenience stores spread around the campus.  A supermarket and various local markets are within walking distance of the campus.

Dormitories & Accommodation

Male and female students may apply to stay in affordable on-campus dormitories.  Many off-campus dormitories are available close to the campus.  For a temporary stay, accommodation provided by KU Home and the International Office can be an attractive option.

Sports Facilities

In additional to the Faculty of Engineering’s own fitness center, students can enjoy other sports on campus.  There is a swimming pool, a fully-equipped fitness center, tennis courts, football, rugby, hockey, sepak-takraw fields, and indoor gyms, where basketball, badminton, and volleyball games are held.

Main Library and Learning Center

Our main library holds over 567,000 volumes of books, articles, magazines, e-journals, and digital media.  Modern and up-to-date computers are available for students to use in a relaxing and quiet learning center.  You can find more information about our main library at http://lib.ku.ac.th/eng/

Contact US - IUP

Address:

Office of the International Undergraduate Program (IUP),IUP staffs
4th floor, International Building(17),
Faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University
50 Ngamwongwan Road. Ladyaow, Chatuchak, Bangkok, 10900, THAILAND

Tel: +66 2 797 0999 ext. 1181, 1182, 2020 and +66 2 579 1489

Fax: +66 2 579 1489

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

www.iup.eng.ku.ac.th

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EE-Course Plan

Study Plan    
  First Year  
First Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1200101 Innovative Thinking 1(1-0-2)
1204111 Computers and Programming 3(2-3-6)
1417167 Engineering Mathematics I      3(3-0-6)
1420111 General Physics I     3(3-0-6)
1420113 Laboratory in Physics I 1(0-3-2)
1999021 Thai Language for Communication 3(3-0-6)
01355xxx English 3( - -)
  Total  17( - - )
     
Second Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1208111 Engineering Drawing      3(2-3-6)
1403114 Laboratory in Fundamental of General Chemistry  1(0-3-2)
1403117 Fundamental of General Chemistry 3(3-0-6)
1417168 Engineering Mathematics II 3(3-0-6)
1420112 General Physics II 3(3-0-6)
1420114 Laboratory  in Physics II 1(0-3-2)
01175xxx Physical Education Activities 1(0-2-1)
01355xxx English 3( - -)
                                    Humanities 3(  - -  )
                Total                                                                        21( - - )
                      
                                              Second Year  
                 
First Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1205211 Electric Circuit Analysis I  3(3-0-6)
1205216 Computer Programming for Electrical Engineering 3(3-0-6)
1205221 Telecommunication Engineering 3(3-0-6)
1205291 Electrical Practice 1(0-3-2)
1208201 Basic Principles of Engineering Mechanics 3(3-0-6)
1208281 Workshop Practice 1(0-3-2)
1417267 Engineering Mathematics  III 3(3-0-6)
01175xxx Physical Education Activities 1(0-2-1)
01355xxx English 3(  - -  )
  Total  21( -  - )
     
Second Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1205212 Electric Circuit Analysis II 3(3-0-6)
1205213 Electric Circuit Laboratory 1(0-3-2)
1205217 Electrical Engineering Mathematics 3(3-0-6)
1205231 Electronic Circuits and Systems I 3(3-0-6)
1205232 Digital Circuits and Logic Design 3(3-0-6)
1205251 Electromechanical Energy Conversion I 3(3-0-6)
1205252 Introduction to Electric Power System 3(3-0-6)
  Total  19(18-3-38)
     
                                              Third Year  
     
First Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1205311 Signals and Systems 3(3-0-6)
1205312 Applied Probability for Electrical Engineering 3(3-0-6)
1205332 Electronic Laboratory  1(0-3-2)
1205335 Microprocessor 3(3-0-6)
1205341 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves I 3(3-0-6)
1205352 Electromechanical Energy Conversion Laboratory I 1(0-3-2)
  Technical Electives 3( - -)
   Total 17( -  - )
     
Second Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1205361 Electrical Measurements and Instruments 3(3-0-6)
1205362 Linear Control Systems 3(3-0-6)
1213211 Materials Science for Engineers 3(3-0-6)
  Technical Electives 9( - -)
  Total 18( -  - )
     
                                              Fourth Year  
     
First Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1205399 Internship 1
1205491 Electrical Engineering Project I 1(0-3-2)
1205497 Seminar 1
  Social Science 3( - -)
  Science and Mathematics 3( - -)
  Technical Electives 9( - -)
  Total 18( -  - )
     
Second Semester     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)
1205499 Electrical Engineering Project II 2(0-6-3)
  Science and Mathematics 3( - -)
  Technical Electives 9( - -)
  Total 14( -  - )

EE-Program Structure

Curriculum
Bachelor of Engineering Program in 
Electrical Engineering (Communication Engineering)
(English Program)
         
1)  General Education  Courses   30 Credits
                       1.1  Science and Mathematics    10 Credits
  1.2  Language       12 Credits
  1.3  Social Sciences     3 Credits
  1.4  Humanities         3 Credits
               1.5 Physical Education Activities   2 Credits
         
2) Specific Courses                                            115 Credits
           2.1 Core Courses      27 Credits
  2.2 Required Technical Courses    58 Credits
  2.3  Technical Electives    24 Credits
         
Total Number of Credits Required for Graduation is at least   145 Credits
         
Program Structure      
         
1)  General Education Courses         30 Credits
  1.1 Science and Mathematics   10 Credits
                                           1200101 Innovative Thinking   1(1-0-2)
  1204111 Computers and Programming   3(2-3-6)
  and select 6 credits from the following courses     
  1999011 Food for Mankind    3(3-0-6)
  1999012 Health for Life        3(3-0-6)
  1999213 Environment, Technology and Life    3(3-0-6)
                                   1.2 Languages      12 Credits
  1999021 Thai Language for Communication   3(3-0-6)
               01355xxx English   9(  -  -  )
     1.3  Social Science   3 Credits
  Select 3 credits from the following courses    
     1999041  Economics for Better Living     3(3-0-6)
       1999141  Man and Society   3(3-0-6)
  1.4 Humanities   3 Credits
  Select 3 credits from the following courses    
       1999031 The Heritage  of World Civilizations   3(3-0-6)
                                                     1999032 Thai Studies   3(3-0-6)
                                                       1999033 Arts of Living     3(3-0-6)
  1.5 Physical Education Activities   2 Credits
  01175xxx   Physical Education Activities   1,1(0-2-1)
2) Specific Courses   109 Credits
  2.1 Core Courses   27 Credits
                                        1208111 Engineering Drawing    3(2-3-6)
  1213211 Materials Science for Engineers     3(3-0-6)
  1403114 Laboratory in Fundamental  of General Chemistry 1(0-3-2)
  1403117 Fundamental of General Chemistry   3(3-0-6)
  1417167 Engineering Mathematics  I     3(3-0-6)
  1417168 Engineering Mathematics  II   3(3-0-6)
  1417267 Engineering Mathematics  III   3(3-0-6)
  1420111 General  Physics  I   3(3-0-6)
  1420112 General  Physics  II   3(3-0-6)
  1420113 Laboratory  in Physics  I    1(0-3-2)
  1420114 Laboratory   in Physics  II     1(0-3-2)
  2.2 Required Technical Courses    58 Credits
     1205211 Electric Circuit Analysis I   3(3-0-6)
  1205212 Electric Circuit Analysis II   3(3-0-6)
  1205213 Electric Circuit Laboratory     1(0-3-2)
                                         1205216 Computer Programming for Electrical Engineering 3(3-0-6)
  1205217 Electrical Engineering Mathematics   3(3-0-6)
  1205221 Telecommunication Engineering   3(3-0-6)
  1205231 Electronic Circuits and Systems I      3(3-0-6)
  1205232 Digital Circuits and Logic Design   3(3-0-6)
                           1205251 Electromechanical Energy Conversion I   3(3-0-6)
  1205252 Introduction to Electric Power System   3(3-0-6)
  1205291 Electrical Practice   1(0-3-2)
  1205311 Signals and Systems   3(3-0-6)
  1205312 Applied Probability for Electrical Engineering   3(3-0-6)
  1205332 Electronic Laboratory    1(0-3-2)
  1205335 Microprocessor   3(3-0-6)
  1205341 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves I   3(3-0-6)
  1205352 Electromechanical Energy Conversion Laboratory I 1(0-3-2)
  1205361 Electrical Measurements and Instruments   3(3-0-6)
  1205362 Linear Control Systems   3(3-0-6)
  1205399 Internship   1
  1205491 Electrical Engineering Project I   1(0-3-2)
  1205497 Seminar   1
  1205499 Electrical Engineering Project II   2(0-6-3)
  1208201 Basic Principles of Engineering Mechanics   3(3-0-6)
  1208281 Workshop Practice   1(0-3-2)
  2.3 Technical Electives  (Communication Engineering)* 30 Credits
  1205321 Principles of Communications   3(3-0-6)
  1205327 Data Communications and Networks I   3(3-0-6)
  1205344 Microwave Engineering   3(3-0-6)
  1205426 Digital Communications   3(3-0-6)
  1205442 Antenna Engineering   3(3-0-6)
  1205447 Optical Fiber Communications   3(3-0-6)
  1205314 Digital Signal Processing   3(3-0-6)
  1205428 Wireless Communications   3(3-0-6)
  1205429 Sattelite Communications    3(3-0-6)
  1205425 Visual Communications   3(3-0-6)
* Depending upon the future trend of technologies, all elective courses may be improved or changed.   

EMME - Program Structure

Curriculum

BachelorofEngineeringProgramin

Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering (revised 2013)

(InternationalProgram)

1)  General Education                                                           30  Units

·         Science and Mathematics                                              10    Units

·         Social Sciences                                                            3      Units

·         Humanities                                                                 3      Units

·         Language                                                                    12    Units

·       Physical Education Activities                                         2      Units

2) Specific Courses                                                              113  Units

·         Core Courses                                                              27    Units

·         Required Technical courses                                           77    Units

·         Technical Electives                                                       9      Units

3)   Free Electives                                                                  6    Units

TotalNumberofCreditsRequired forGraduationisatleast   149    Units

Program Structure

(1)  General Education                                                                          30 Credits

·            Science and Mathematics                                                     10 Credits

01200101   Innovative Thinking                                                 1(1-0-2)

01204111    Computers and Programming                                   3(2-3-6)

01418113   Computer and Information Technology                      3(2-3-5)

01422101   Elementary Statistics and Software                           3(2-3-5)

01999011   Food for Mankind                                                    3(3-0-6)

01999012   Health for Life                                                         3(3-0-6)

01999213   Environment, Technology and Life                            3(3-0-6)

·            Languages                                                             12 Credits

01999021     Thai Language for Communication                           3(3-0-6)

               Foreign language 1 language                                       9(  -  -  )

·            Social Science                                                          3 Credits

        01132101     Modern Entrepreneur                                              3(3-0-6)

        01371421     Technical Research Writing                                      3(2-2-5)

        01453102     Law in Everyday Life                                               3(3-0-6)

        01999041     Economics for Better Living                                     3(3-0-6)

        01999043     Creativity for Value Management                             3(3-0-6)

01999141     Man and Society                                                    3(3-0-6)

·            Humanities                                                             3 Credits

01999031     The Heritage  of World Civilizations                         3(3-0-6)

01999032     Thai Studies                                                          3(3-0-6)

01999033     Arts of Living                                                         3(3-0-6)

·            Physical Education Activities                                       2  Credits

01175xxx     Physical Education Activities                                    1,1(0-2-1)

 (2)  Specific Courses                                                                113 Credits

·            Core Courses                                                          27 Credits

01208111     Engineering Drawing                                             3(2-3-6)

01213211     Materials Science for Engineers                               3(3-0-6)

01403114     Laboratory in Fundamental  of General Chemistry     1(0-3-2)

01403117     Fundamental of General Chemistry                          3(3-0-6)

01417167     Engineering Mathematics  I                                    3(3-0-6)

01417168     Engineering Mathematics  II                                   3(3-0-6)

01417267     Engineering Mathematics  III                                  3(3-0-6)

01420111     General  Physics  I                                                3(3-0-6)

01420112     General  Physics  II                                               3(3-0-6)

01420113     Laboratory  in Physics  I                                        1(0-3-2)

01420114     Laboratory   in Physics  II                                      1(0-3-2)

·            Required Technical Courses                                       77 Credits

01205211     Electric Circuit Analysis I                                         3(3-0-6)

01205213     Electric Circuit Laboratory                                       1(0-3-2)

           01205231     Electronic Circuits and Systems I                             3(3-0-6)

01205251     Electromechanical Energy Conversion I                     3(3-0-6)

01205305     Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers                         3(3-0-6)

01205306     Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers Laboratory         1(0-3-2)

01205331     Electronic Circuits and Systems II                            3(3-0-6)

01205332     Electronic Laboratory                                             1(0-3-2)

01205352     Electromechanical Energy Conversion Laboratory I    1(0-3-2)

01206311     Manufacturing Processes I                                       3(3-0-6)

01208221     Engineering  Mechanics   I                                      3(3-0-6)

01208222     Engineering  Mechanics   II                                     3(3-0-6)

01208241     Thermodynamics   I                                                3(3-0-6)

01208242     Fluid Mechanics                                                      3(3-0-6)

01208261     Mechanics  of Solids                                               3(3-0-6)

01208281     Workshop Practice                                                 1(0-3-2)

01208331     Internal Combustion Engines                                   3(3-0-6)

01208332     Automotive Technology                                          3(3-0-6)

01208341     Thermodynamics II                                                3(3-0-6)

01208351     Heat Transfer                                                        3(3-0-6)

01208352     Refrigeration   I                                                     3(3-0-6)

01208371     Automatic Control                                                  3(3-0-6)

01208381     Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I                        1(0-3-2)

01211211     Introduction to CAD/CAM                                       3(2-3-6)

01211231     Conventional and Computer-Controlled Machines      3(3-0-6)

01211321     Kinematics and Dynamics of Robots                         3(3-0-6)

01211332     Production Machinery Components Design                3(3-0-6)

01211399     Internship                                                             1

01211422     Vibration and Shock of Production Systems              3(3-0-6)

01211461     Power System for Industries                                    3(3-0-6)

01211495     Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering

                   Projects Preparation                                               1(0-3-2)

01211497     Seminar                                                                1

01211499     Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing

                   Engineering Project                                                2(0-6-3)

·            Technical Electives                                                       9 Credits

01211281     Electrical–Mechanical  Manufacturing  Engineering

                   Laboratory  I                                                         1(0–3–2)

01211322     Geometric Measurement  and Instrumentations         3(2–3–6)

01211323     Automation System and Components                       3(2–3–6)

01211331     CNC Machine   Technology  I                                   3(2–3–6)

01211361     Mold and Die                                                         3(2–3–6)

01211411     Computer-Aided  Design Application                        3(2–3–6)

01211412     Computer-Aided  Manufacturing Application              3(2–3–6)

01211413     Computer-Aided  Engineering Application                 3(2–3–6)

01211421     Embedded  Systems  for Industrial Control               3(3–0–6)

01211431     Machine  Tool Design                                             3(3–0–6)

01211432     CNC Machine   Technology  II                                 3(2–3–6)

01211433     Vision and Control of Industrial Robots                    3(3–0–6)

01211434     CNC Machine   Retrofitting  and  Controller  Design   3(3–0–6)

01211435     Refrigeration   and  Air Conditioning  for

                   Electrical- Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering       3(3–0–6)

01211441     Introduction to Flexible Manufacturing  Systems        3(3–0–6)

01211442     Principle of Operation  and Production                     3(3–0–6)

01211443     Fabrication Technology for Thermoplastic Product     3(3–0–6)

01211444     Fabrication Technology for Thermoset Product          3(3–0–6)

01211445     Fabrication Technology for Metal Product                 3(3–0–6)

01211457     Industrial Materials                                                 3(3–0–6)

01211471     Products Design                                                     3(3–0–6)

01211481     Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering

                   Laboratory II                                                         1(0–3–2)

01211490     Co-operative Education                                           6

01211496     Selected Topics in Mechanical Engineering                1-3

01211498     Special Problems                                                    1-3

(3)  Free Electives                                                                  6 Credits

EMME - Study Plan

สำหรับนิสิตที่ไม่ข้าร่วมโรงการสหกิศึกษา

(non co-operative education option)

First Year

First Semester                                                         Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01200101     Innovative Thinking                                                   1(1-0-2)

01208111     EngineeringDrawing                                                  3(2-3-6)

01417167    Engineering Mathematics I                                         3(3-0-6)

01420111     General Physics I                                                     3(3-0-6)

01420113     Laboratory inPhysics I                                               1(0-3-2)

01999021     Thai Language for Communication                               3(3-0-6)

Foreign language 1 language                                       3( --)

Total                                                                         17( -- )

Second Semester                                                     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01204111     Computers and Programming                                      3(2-3-6)

01403114     LaboratoryinFundamental ofGeneralChemistry         1(0-3-2)

01403117     FundamentalofGeneralChemistry                              3(3-0-6)

01417168     Engineering Mathematics II                                       3(3-0-6)

01420112     General Physics II                                                   3(3-0-6)

01420114     Laboratory  inPhysics II                                          1(0-3-2)

01175xxx     Physical Education Activities                                        1(0-2-1)

Foreign language 1 language                                       3( --)

Humanities                                                                3(  --  )

Total                                                                       21( -- )

Second Year

First Semester                                                         Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205211        Electric Circuit Analysis I                                         3(3-0-6)

01208221        Engineering  Mechanics   I                                      3(3-0-6)

01211211        Introduction to CAD/CAM                                       3(2-3-6)

01211231        Conventional and Computer-Controlled Machines      3(3-0-6)

01213211        Materials Science for Engineers                                3(3-0-6)

01417267        Engineering Mathematics  III                                    3(3-0-6)

01175xxx         Physical Education Activities                                    1(0-2-1)

Social Sciences                                                       3(  - -  )

                       Total                                                                    22( -  - )

Second Semester                                                     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205213        Electric Circuit Laboratory                             1(0-3-2)

01205231        Electronic Circuits and Systems I                    3(3-0-6)

01205251        Electromechanical Energy Conversion I 3(3-0-6)

01208222        Engineering  Mechanics   II                            3(3-0-6)

01208241        Thermodynamics   I                                      3(3-0-6)

01208242        Fluid Mechanics                                            3(3-0-6)

01208261        Mechanics  of Solids                                      3(3-0-6)

01208281        Workshop Practice                                        1(0-3-2)

                       Total                                                        20(18-6-40)


Third Year

First Semester                                                                Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205305        Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers                         3(3-0-6)

01205331       Electronic Circuits and Systems II                            3(3-0-6)

01205332      Electronic Laboratory                                             1(0-3-2)

01205352      Electromechanical Energy Conversion Laboratory I    1(0-3-2)

01206311       Manufacturing Processes I                                       3(3-0-6)

01208341        Thermodynamics   II                                              3(3-0-6)

01211321       Kinematics and Dynamics of Robots                         3(3-0-6)

                       Technical Electives                                                 3( --)

                       Total                                                                   20( -- )

Second Semester                                                            Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205306        Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers Laboratory         1(0-3-2)

01208331        Internal Combustion Engines                                   3(3-0-6)

01208352        Refrigeration   I                                                     3(3-0-6)

01208371        Automatic Control                                                  3(3-0-6)

01208381        Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I                        1(0-3-2)

01211332        Production Machinery Components Design                3(3-0-6)

                       Foreign language 1 language                                   3(  - - )

                       Technical Electives                                                 3(  - - )

                       Total                                                                  20(  - -  )


Forth Year

First Semester                                                                     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01208351     Heat Transfer                                                            3(3-0-6)

01211399     Internship                                                                 1

01211422     Vibration and Shock of Production Systems                  3(3-0-6)

01211461     Power System for Industries                                       3(3-0-6)

01211495     Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering

               Projects Preparation                                                   1(0-3-2)

01211497     Seminar                                                                    1

                   Science and Mathematics                                            3( - -)

                   Total                                                                        15( - -)

           

Second Semester                                                                 Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01211499     Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing

               Engineering Project                                                    2(0-6-3)

                   Technical Electives                                                     3( - - )

                   Free electives                                                            6( - - )

                   Science and Mathematics                                            3( - - )

                   Total                                                                        14(- -)


สำหรับนิสิตที่ข้าร่วมโรงการสหกิศึกษา

(co-operative education option)

First Year

First Semester                                                                    Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01200101     Innovative Thinking                                                       1(1-0-2)

01208111     Engineering Drawing                                                      3(2-3-6)

01417167     Engineering Mathematics  I                                             3(3-0-6)

01420111     General  Physics  I                                                         3(3-0-6)

01420113     Laboratory  in Physics  I                                                 1(0-3-2)

01999021     Thai Language for Communication                                   3(3-0-6)

                   Foreign language 1 language                                           3( - - )

           Total                                                                            17(- -)

Second  Semester                                                            Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01204111     Computers and Programming                                          3(2-3-6)

01403114     Laboratory in Fundamental  of General Chemistry             1(0-3-2)

01403117     Fundamental of General Chemistry                                  3(3-0-6)

01417168     Engineering Mathematics  II                                           3(3-0-6)

01420112     General  Physics  II                                                        3(3-0-6)

01420114     Laboratory   in Physics  II                                               1(0-3-2)

01175xxx     Physical Education Activities                                           1(0-2-1)

                   Foreign language 1 language                                           3( - - )

                   Humanity                                                                      3(- -)

                   Total                                                                            21(- -)

                  
Second Years

First Semester                                                                 Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205211     Electric Circuit Analysis I                                             3(3-0-6)

01208221     Engineering  Mechanics   I                                          3(3-0-6)

01211211     Introduction to CAD/CAM                                           3(3-0-6)

01211231     Conventional and Computer-Controlled Machines          3(3-0-6)

01213211     Materials Science for Engineers                                    3(3-0-6)

01417267     Engineering Mathematics  III                                      3(3-0-6)

01175xxx     Physical Education Activities                                        1(0-2-1)

                   Social sciences                                                           3( - - )

                   Total                                                                        22( - - )

Second  Semester                                                              Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205213     Electric Circuit Laboratory                                           1(0-3-2)

01205231     Electronic Circuits and Systems I                                 3(3-0-6)

01205251     Electromechanical Energy Conversion I                        3(3-0-6)

01208222     Engineering Mechanics II                                            3(3-0-6)

01208241     Thermodynamics I                                                     3(3-0-6)

01208242     Fluid Mechanics                                                          3(3-0-6)

01208261     Mechanics  of Solids                                                   3(3-0-6)

01208281     Workshop Practice                                                     1(0-3-2)

Total                                                                    20(18-6-40)


Third Year

First Semester                                                         Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205305     Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers                             3(306)

01205331     Electronic Circuits and Systems II                                3(306)

01205332     Electronic Laboratory                                                       1(032)

01205352     Electromechanical Energy Conversion Laboratory I        1(032)

01206311     Manufacturing Processes I                                           3(306)

01208341     Thermodynamics   II                                                  3(306)

01211321     Kinematics and Dynamics of Robots                             3(3–0–6)

01211495     Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering

               Projects Preparation                                                   1(032)

Science and Mathematics                                            3(––)

Total                                                                        21(––)

Second Semester                                                                Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01205306     Digital Circuits and Microcontrollers Laboratory             1(0–3–2)

01208331     Internal Combustion Engines                                      3(3–0–6)

01208352     Refrigeration I                                                           3(3–0–6)

01208371     Automatic Control                                                      3(3–0–6)

01208381     Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I                             1(0–3–2)

01211332     Production Machinery Components Design                    3(3–0–6)     

01211499     Electrical-Mechanical Manufacturing

               Engineering Project                                                    2(0–6–3)

Foreign language 1 language                                       3( – – )

Science and Mathematics                                            3( – – )

Total                                                                        22( – – )


Forth Year

First Semester                                                         Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01208351     Heat Transfer                                                            3(3-0-6)

01211399     Internship                                                                 1

01211422     Vibration and Shock of Production Systems                  3(3-0-6)

01211461     Power System for Industries                                       3(3-0-6)

01211497     Seminar                                                                    1

                   Free electives                                                            6( - -)

                   Total                                                                        17( - -)

           

Second Semester                                                     Credits (lecture-Lab-Self study)

01211490     Co-operative Education                                              9

                   Total                                                                        9

ENV - Program Structure

Curriculum  
Bachelor of Engineering Program in  
Environmental Engineering (2014)  
(English Program)  
  Units
1)  General Education 30
·        Science and Mathematics 10
·        Social Sciences 3
·        Humanities 3
·        Language 12
·        Physical Education Activities 2
2) Specific Courses 112
·        Core Courses 27
·        Required Technical courses 76
·        Technical Electives 9
3)   Free Electives 6
Total number of credits required for graduation is at least   148  Units  
Program Structure  
   
(1)  General Education 30 Credits  
   
Science and Mathematics 10 Credits  
01200101   Innovative Thinking 1(1-0-2) 
01204111   Computers and Programming 3(2-3-6)
Languages 12 Credits  
01999021 Thai Language for Communication 3(3-0-6)
                 English 9(  -  -  )
Social Science 3 Credits  
01999041  Economics for Better  Living 3(3-0-6) 
01999141  Man and Society 3(3-0-6)
Humanities 3 Credits  
01999031  The Heritage  of World Civilizations 3(3-0-6) 
01999032  Thai Studies 3(3-0-6) 
01999033  Arts of Living 3(3-0-6) 
Physical Education Activities 2  Credits  
01175xxx Physical Education Activities 1(0-2-1) 
   
(2)  Specific Courses   112 Credits  
Core Courses 27 Credits  
01208111     Engineering Drawing 3(2-3-6) 
01213211     Materials Science for Engineers 3(3-0-6)  
01403114     Laboratory in Fundamental  of General Chemistry 1(0-3-2) 
01403117     Fundamental of General Chemistry 3(3-0-6) 
01417167     Engineering Mathematics  I 3(3-0-6) 
01417168     Engineering Mathematics  II 3(3-0-6) 
01417267     Engineering Mathematics  III 3(3-0-6) 
01420111     General  Physics  I 3(3-0-6)  
01420112     General  Physics  II 3(3-0-6)  
01420113     Laboratory  in Physics  I 1(0-3-2)  
01420114     Laboratory   in Physics  II 1(0-3-2) 
   
Required Technical Courses 76 Credits   
01203211    Surveying 3(2-3-6)
01203212    Survey Camp 1
01203221    Mechanics of Materials I 3(3-0-6)
01203352    Soil Mechanics 3(3-0-6)
01203353    Soil Mechanics Laboratory 1(0-3-2)
01204112    Information Technology for Engineers 1(0-2-1)
01206221    Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers 3(3-0-6)
01208221    Engineering  Mechanics  I 3(3-0-6)
01208242     Fluid Mechanics 3(3-0-6)
 01209312     Laboratory of Fluid Mechanics 1(0-3-2)
01210211    Chemistry of Water and Wastewater 4(3-3-8)
01210212    Microorganisms in Water and Wastewater 3(2-3-6)
01210213    Unit Operations and Process for  3(3-0-6)
                   Environmental Engineering I  
01210214    Applied Mathematics in Environmental  3(3-0-6)
                   Engineering  
01210311    Unit Operations and Process for  3(3-0-6)
                   Environmental Engineering II  
01210312    Building Sanitation 3(3-0-6)
01210313    Design of Sewerage and Pumping System 3(2-3-6)
01210314    Environmental Engineering Laboratory 3(1-6-5)
01210321    Air Pollution and Control 3(3-0-6)
01210322    Solid Waste Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01210331    Environmental System Management 3(3-0-6)
01210333    Computer Application and Software in Environmental Engineering 3(2-3-6)
01210399    Internship 1
01210411    Water Supply Engineering Design 3(2-3-6)
01210412    Wastewater Engineering Design 3(2-3-6)
01210413    Design of Environmental Engineering System 3(2-3-6)
01210421    Hazardous Waste Engineering 3(2-3-6)
01210495    Environmental Engineering Project Preparation 1(0-3-2)
01210497    Seminar 1
01210499    Environmental Engineering Project 2(0-6-3)
   
Technical Electives 9 Credits  
01200311    Communication Skills in Engineering I 3(3-0-6)
01202451    Bioprocess Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01203222    Structural Analysis I 3(3-0-6)
01203223    Mechanics of Materials II 3(3-0-6)
01203323    Structural Analysis II 3(3-0-6)
01203331    Reinforced Concrete Design 4(3-3-6)
01203332    Concrete Technology 2(1-3-4)
01203333    Design of Timber and Steel Structures 3(3-0-6)
01203354    Foundation Design 3(3-0-6)
01203361    Construction Engineering and Management 3(3-0-6)
01203456    Geo-environmental Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01203471    Highway Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01205201    Introduction to Electrical Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01209241    Principle of Hydrology 3(3-0-6)
01209321    Flow in Open Channel 3(3-0-6)
01209423    Hydraulic Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01209446    Groundwater 3(3-0-6)
01210332    Intellectual Property for Engineer 3(3-0-6)
01210414    Decentralized and Onsite Wastewater Treatment 3(3-0-6)
01210422    Industrial Pollution and Safety 3(3-0-6)
01210423    Noise and Vibration Control 3(3-0-6)
01210431    Environmental Impact Assessment 3(3-0-6)
01210432    Water Quality Management 3(3-0-6)
01210433    Ecological Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01210434    Pollution Prevention 3(3-0-6)
01210435    Soil and Groundwater Remediation 3(3-0-6)
01210436    Environmental Health Engineering 3(3-0-6)
01210437    Industrial Safety Management 3(3-0-6)
01210438    Recycling System Design 3 (3-0-6)
01210439    Integrated Environmental Management Tool 3(3-0-6)
01210490    Co-operative Education 6
01210496    Selected Topics in Environmental Engineering 1-3
01210498    Special Problems 1-3
01218211    Surveying for Mapping 3(2-3-6)
01218213    Route Surveying 3(2-3-6)
01218321    Photogrammetry I 3(2-3-6)
   
(3)  Free Electives    6 Credits  

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Cooperative Education

Getting from Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Kasetsart University

Upon your arrival in Bangkok at Suvarnabhumi Airport (pronounced “Sou-wan-na-poom”), after you’ve passed through immigration/passport control and baggage retrieval, you have the option of taking either a taxi or the Airport Rail Link. Kasetsart University is located about 40km from the airport and taking a taxi along the expressway is your fastest and most convenient option.

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Taxi

Location: First floor

Take a ticket from the taxi queue and proceed to your taxi. The fare is charged according to the distance traveled, plus a surcharge of 50 Baht. If you use the expressway, you have to pay for the express toll fee.  Your total journey will cost between 300 and 400 baht, depending on the traffic conditions.
Note: In the case that a taxi driver refuses to turn on his meter and insists on a fixed fare, unless you feel  satisfactory with the fixed price, we advise you to get out immediately and note down his license plate. You can report him to the passenger hotline at phone no.1584. It is compulsory for a taxi driver to turn on his meter during all passenger trips within the Bangkok metropolitan area. A taxi driver’s refusal to comply will result in him being fined and suspended.

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Airport Rail Link City Line

Location: Basement floor

The Airport rail Link runs regular trains from 6 a.m. to midnight.
The City Line stops at 7 stations along the way and costs 45 Baht. The estimated travel time is 30 minutes.
 You’ll end up at Phaya Thai station, which connects to the BTS (sky train) network. Take a BTS train to Mor Chit station (fare: 34 Baht). Exit at "Exit 1"  and find a Taxi to Kasetsart University (100-150 Baht).

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BMTA Aircon Bus

Conversely, a final option is to take a public bus, departing from the Suvarnabhumi Public Transportation Center. Regular buses run between 4-5.00 am and midnight.

You should take Bus nr 555, which travels between Bangkok Airport and Rangsit. It drives north along Vibhavadi Road and passes Kasetsart University. The bus fare is 34 Baht.

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IE - Course Description

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Industrial Engineering : Course Description

01206221      Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers                         3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01417168

Probability, expected value and common probability distributions, sampling distributions, statistical inference for one-and-two sample problems, regression analysis, analysis of variance and their applications to industrial systems.

01206222       Applied Mathematics for Industrial Engineers                           3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01417267

Mathematical model building, numerical linear algebra, fourier series and transform, closed form and numerical solutions for ordinary and partial differential equations, analysis of linear system under random parameters.

01206223     Introduction to Experimental Design for Engineers                     3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

Design of experiment, analysis of variance, multiple linear regression analysis, factorial experiment, fractional factorial experiment.

01206251      Engineering Economy                                                         3(3-0-6)

Analysis of economic aspects for engineering decisions under certainty and uncertainty, methods of measurement of equivalent value based on total investment analysis and incremental investmentanalysis, applications of replacement analysis, break-even analysis and government project analysisincluding effects of income taxes.

01206311           Manufacturing Processes I                                                    3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01213211

Fundamental of manufacturing processes: foundry, forming, welding, powder metallurgy, hot and cold forming, cutting, turning, shaping, drilling, milling, surface finishing, gear manufacturing, rapid prototyping. Measurement and inspection.

01206312      Industrial Study                                                                 1(0-3-2)

         Industrial plant visits, data collection and analysis for problem solving, and reporting with presentations.

01206321      Operations Research for Engineers I                                      3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

Techniques for solving deterministic problems: mathematical modeling, linear programming and dual problems, network models, inventory models, transportation and transshipment problems, assignment problems. Techniques for solving non-deterministic problems: decision making under uncertainty and risk, Games theory, critical path method for project management.

01206322       Quality Control                                                                  3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

Quality concepts, evolution of quality control methods, quality planning and control in production process, statistical quality control, control charts, process capability, quality inspection, sampling, and quality improvement tools, reliability engineering in manufacturing, quality assurance, quality engineering, and related quality standards.

01206341      Industrial Work Study                                                                   3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite:01206221

Principles of elements of works, analysis of production process by using of production process chart, flow process, man-machine chart, micro motion study, SIMO chart, work improvement and job design including applications of principles of motion economy, standardization of works operations, work sampling, time study principles, direct time study and elemental time data, determination of allowance factor and the use of standard time in establishing various production-based incentive schemes.

01206342       Production Planning and Control                                            3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206321

Production planning and control system, forecasting techniques, inventory management, cost and profit analysis for decision making, production scheduling, production control, modern techniques in production planning and control.

        

01206343      Industrial Plant Design                                                        3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206341

Industrial plant design and layout techniques: plant location, product analysis, factors and causes influencing new layout; data collection and analysis; developing and presentation of layout considering employees, equipment, supporting system, material handling system, storage, and environmental surrounding.

01206361     Computer Applications for Industrial Engineers                          3(3-0-6)

                  Prerequisite: 01206321

Problems in industrial engineering and operational research, analysis and solving all or parts of the problems by applications of computer programs available, presentation by oral and written reports.

01206362      Automatic Production System                                                                            4(3-3-8)

Prerequisite:01205201

Structure and work principle of measuring instrument for pressure, flow rate, and temperature. Pneumatic and electrical pneumatic systems. Hydraulic and electrical hydraulic systems. Programming of Programmable Logic Controller for controlling electrical pneumatic and electrical hydraulic systems. CNC machines.

01206381      Industrial Engineering Laboratory                                         1(0-3-2)

Prerequisite: 01206221

Laboratory on work study, quality control, statistical experiment, use of measuring equipment in industry and mechanical machinery, plastic and other metal forming.

01206390      Co-operative Education Preparation for Engineers                    3(3-0-6)

Principles and concepts of co-operative education. Preparation for working with others; ethics in profession; communication and human relation; work safety and first-aid techniques; work planning and management; efficiency, effectiveness and evaluation of work; report writingand presentation.

         

01206399*     Internship                                                                         1

Internshipfor Industrial Engineering in private enterprises, government agencies, government entreprises or academic places at least 240 hours and at least30 workdays.

01206401      Introduction to Safety Engineering                                        1(1-0-2)

Basic principles of accidents, safety and safety management, technology and safety in workplaces, principles and methods for preventing fire accident in industries, safety laws in factories and occupational health management system.

01206411           Industrial Instrumentation and Measurement                                   3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

The characteristics and use of analog and digital instrumentation applicable to industrial engineering problems, basic measurement theory, concepts of mechanical, electrical sensors, transducers, signal conditioning and recording devices, analysis of experimental data using statistical methods.

01206412      Tool Engineering                                                               3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206311

Theory of metal cutting, cutting tools, coolants, measurement standard, metrology, accuracy in measurement, jig and fixture, punch and die design.

01206413      Industrial Pollution                                                                       3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206311

Industrial pollution; air pollution, waste water, solid waste, hazardous waste and noise with emphasis on sources, cause and effects, control, treatment and disposal methods, environmental management system, waste minimization, duties and punishment according to Thailand’s environmental laws.

01206414      Manufacturing Processes I                                                   3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206311

Selection of materials, machines and manufacturing processes, production planning and control, quality control and measurement, selection of supporting equipment and systems, numerical control, automation, computer aided for flexible manufacturing.

01206421      Simulation                                                                        3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206321

Stochastic simulation, Monte Carlo techniques, random number generation techniques, verification of simulation model, and computer application to simulation problems.

01206422       Industrial Quality Assurance                                                         3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206322

Quality assurance principles, market and customer needs and requirements, product development and management, sourcing and supplier relation, quality assurance in manufacturing process, customer service and relations, product liability and warranty, consumer protection, quality cost and information system, quality audit.

01206423      Advanced Experimental Design for Engineers                           3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite:01206223

Quality improvement techniques, relationship between factors in the industrial systems and their problems, statistical analysis and design of control in industrial work, advanced mathematical models, response surface methodology, and Taguchi method.

01206424      Quality Engineering                                                                     3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206322

Quality engineering concepts, product design and specification, process design and planning, engineering process control, inspection and gauging, metrology technologies and calibration, measurement system analysis, engineering quality improvement, applications of computer in quality engineering.

01206425      Operations Research for Engineers II                                     3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206321

                             Techniques for solving non-linear programming problems: binary

                             programming, integer programming, geometric programming, dynamic

                             programming, branch and bound technique. Queuing theory. Techniques for

                             solving probabilistic problems: Markov chain and simulation model.

01206431      Industrial Management                                                        3(3-0-6)

Industrial organization and management concepts and theories of management, problem analysis and problem solving process, organizational theories, function of management, controlling and performance evaluation, motivational tools, leadership, ethics and responsibility of engineers, behavior modification and interpersonal skills.

01206432      Management Information System for Engineers                      3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite:01206361

The role of the information system in the management and decision making process, detailed development of management information systems through planning, design and implementation, introduction to information theory, the value of information, the information system and changes in the organization, examples and applications.

01206441      Engineering Risk Analysis                                                             3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221 and 01206251    

Engineering risk management, types and classifical of risk from both internal and external factors, tools and techniques for system analysis, internal control system reduce and prevent error of designed system.

01206442      Energy Management                                                          3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206341

Energy conservation in industrial plants; audit and analysis of energy consumptions of lighting, air-conditioned, heat energy, air compression, and electrical systems; materials and products balance chart; techniques for energy conservation; value engineering applications in energy conservation.

01206443      Ergonomics                                                                      3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206341

Concepts of products and services designs, process design, injury prevention and workplace design; principles of anthropometry, human sensory, physiology and psychology of human being emphasis on customers and blue-and white-collar workers in organizations.

01206444      Industrial Forecasting                                                        3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

General approaches to forecasting and analysis of industrial trends, quantitative and statistical methods, industrial projects development, case study and forecasting simulation.

         

          01206445      Inventory Control                                                             3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206321

Study of inventory systems: deterministic and probabilistic models, fixed versus variable reorderinterval, dynamic and multistage models, statistical forecasting of demands and lead times, effects on the inventory models.  

01206446      Value Engineering                                                               3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206311

Introduction to value engineering methodology, applications of value engineering methodology to product analysis, product design and manufacturing processes, study of material costs in order to achieve cost improvement without loss of product value, case studies and problems discussion.

01206447      Productivity Measurement and Management                            3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206341

Concepts, tools, and techniques for productivity measurement at the organizational, functional and individual levels; measure index, information grouping and reporting, information analysis for decisions and improvement. Integrating productivity with performance measurement: profitability, quality, quality of work life, innovation, effectiveness, and efficiency.

01206448      Shop Floor Control                                                              3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite:01206341

Concepts of modern production control, production control system, techniques and process of production planning and control with emphasis on manufacturing scheduling.

01206451      Industrial and Commercial Laws                                            3(3-0-6)

The relationship between laws and business, the laws relating to industrial and commercial operation: factory laws, hazard-material laws, labor laws, environmental laws, laws of production and industrial product standards, and laws relating to engineering profession.

         

          01206452      Industrial Cost Analysis                                                      3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

Basic concepts of financial accounting, financial analysis and cost accounting. Cost concepts, traditional costing and activity – based costing, cost estimation, cost-volume-profit analysis, master budgeting, and capital budgeting. Cost system, job costing, process costing, and cost allocation.

01206453      Industrial Project Feasibility Study                                         3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206251

Basic knowledge for preparation, analysis and appraisal of industrial projects feasibility study in various aspects in marketing, techniques, management, financing, economic, impacts and other related aspects with emphasis on quantitative and qualitative approaches.

01206461      System Engineering                                                                     3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

Applications of life-cycle or concurrent engineering for system design for products, services, and management-based systems, a design process,   operational requirements, maintenance and support policies, design for system reliability, maintainability, logistic support, human factors, economic feasibility, produce-ability, and retirement, design management issues risk, and supply and consumerchain.

01206462     Logistics System Design and Management                                3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206321          

Analysis of the physical and non-physical flows for the supplier - producer - customer chain and for the functional units in a producer organization, understanding of system life-cycle, roles and importance of logistics, design and planning for implementing a logistic, ability to analyze logistic problems for corrective and preventive decision making.

         

          01206463      Enterprise Resources Planning                                                        3(3-0-6)

                   Prerequisite: 01206342 and01206361    

Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) as enterprise functions integrator. ERP system architecture, relationships with finantial and accounting. Applied production planning and control theory in information system. ERP life cycles including implementation, operation, and maintenance. Business process improvement using ERP. Enterprise performance measurement and management.

01206464      Supply Chain Management and Modeling                                       3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite:   01206321          

Elements of supply chain networks. Mathematical modeling and network problems. Distribution network design. Facility location and allocation problem. Forecasting techniques. Inventory and warehouse management. Sourcing decision problem. Transportation system design, Vehicle routing problem. Traveling salesman problem. Information technology management.

         

          01206471      Maintenance Engineering                                                   3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206221

Maintenance concepts, failure statistics and causes analysis, preventive maintenance system, planning and control of maintenance activities, spare parts controls, human resources for maintenance works, maintenance performance measurement and system appraisal for improvement.

01206472      Industrial Safety                                                                 3(3-0-6)

Prerequisite: 01206311 or01213215

Industrial safety laws, accident prevention techniques, relationship of safety designs to production efficiency, risk analysis, principles of industrial environmental control, safety management system and industrial psychology and first aid techniques.

01206490      Co-operative Education                                                       6       

On the job training as a temporary employee in order to get experiences from the assignment.

01206495       Industrial Engineering Project Preparation                                1(0-3-2)

    Preparation of project proposal, literature review, and progress report.

         

          01206496      Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering                                 1-3

Selected topics in industrial engineering at the bachelor’sdegree level. Topics are subject to change each semester.

01206497      Seminar                                                                           1                                                                                                                

Presentation and discussion on current interesting topics in industrial engineering at the bachelor’s degree level.

01206498      Special Problems                                                                 1-3

Study and research in industrial engineering at the bachelor’s degree level and compile in written reports.

01206499      Industrial Engineering Project                                                          2(0-6-3)

Prerequisite:01206495

Projects of practical interest in various fields of industrial engineering.

 

 

IE-Course Plan

สำหรับนิสิตที่ไม่ข้าร่วมโรงการสหกิศึกษา

(non co-operative education option)

                                                             First Year

First Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01200101

Innovative Thinking

1(1-0-2)

01208111

Engineering Drawing

3(2-3-6)

01417167

Engineering Mathematics I

3(3-0-6)

01420111

General Physics I

3(3-0-6)

01420113

Laboratory in Physics I

1(0-3-2)

01999021

Thai Language for Communication

3(3-0-6)

01355xxx

Foreign language 1 language

3( - - )

 

Total

17( - - )

Second Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01204111

Computers and Programming

3(2-3-6)

01403114

Laboratory in Fundamental of General Chemistry

1(0-3-2)

01403117

Fundamental of General Chemistry 

3(3-0-6)

01417168

Engineering Mathematics II

3(3-0-6)

01420112

General Physics II

3(3-0-6)

01420114

Laboratory in Physics II

1(0-3-2)

01175xxx

Physical Education Activities 

1(0-2-1)

01355xxx

English

3( - - )

 

Humanities    

3( - - )    

 

Total

21( - - )

                                                     Second Year

 

First Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206221

Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01208221

Engineering Mechanics I

3(3-0-6)

01208241

Thermodynamics I

3(3-0-6)

01208281

Workshop Practice

1(0-3-2)

01213211

Materials Science for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01417267

Engineering Mathematics III

3(3-0-6)

01355xxx

English

3( - - )

 

Social Sciences

3( - - )

 

Total

22( - - )

Second Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01205201

Electrical Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01206222

Applied Mathematics for Industrial Engineers        

3(3-0-6)

01206223

Introduction to Experimental Design for Engineers        

3(3-0-6)

01206251

Engineering Economy

3(3-0-6)

01208222

Engineering Mechanics II

3(3-0-6)

01175xxx

Physical Education Activities 

1(0-2-1)

 

Mathematics and Science

3( - - )

 

Total

19( - - )

   

                                           Third Year

 

First Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01205202

Electrical Engineering Laboratory I

1(0-3-2)

01206311

Manufacturing Processes I

3(3-0-6)

01206321

Operations Research for Engineers I

3(3-0-6)

01206341

Industrial Work Study

3(3-0-6)

01206381

Industrial Engineering Laboratory

1(0-3-2)

01208302

Introduction to Fluid Machinics and Machinary

3(3-0-6)

01208381

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I

1(0-3-2)

 

Mathematics and Science

3( - - )

 

Total

18( - - )

Second Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206312

Industrial Study

1(0-3-2)

01206322

Quality Control

3(3-0-6)

01206342

Production Planning and Control

3(3-0-6)

01206343

Industrial Plant Design

3(3-0-6)

01206361

Computer Applications for Industrial Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206362

Automatic Production System

4(3-3-8)

 

Total

17(15-6-34)

                                                      Forth Year

 

First Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206399

Internship

1

01206452

Industrial Cost Analysis

3(3-0-6)

01206471

Maintenance Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01206495

Industrial Engineering Project Preparation

1(0-3-2)

 

Technical Electives

6( - - )

 

Free Electives

3( - - )

 

Total

17( - - )

Second Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206425

Operations Research for Engineers II

3(3-0-6)

01206431

Industrial Management

3(3-0-6)

01206472

Industrial Safety

3(3-0-6)

01206497

Seminar

1

01206499

Industrial Engineering Project

2(0-6-3)    

 

Technical Electives

3( - - )

 

Free Electives

3( - - )

 

Total

18( - - )


 

สำหรับนิสิตที่ข้าร่วมโรงการสหกิศึกษา

(co-operative education option)

                                                  First Year

 

First Semester                                               Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01200101

Innovative Thinking

1(1-0-2)

01208111

Engineering Drawing

3(2-3-6)

01417167

Engineering Mathematics I

3(3-0-6)

01420111

General Physics I

3(3-0-6)

01420113

Laboratory in Physics I

1(0-3-2)

01999021

Thai Language for Communication

3(3-0-6)

01355xxx

English         

3( - - )

 

Total

17( - - )

Second Semester                                           Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01204111

Computers and Programming

3(2-3-6)

 

01403114

Laboratory in Fundamental of General Chemistry

1(0-3-2)

 

01403117

Fundamental of General Chemistry 

3(3-0-6)

 

01417168

Engineering Mathematics II

3(3-0-6)

 

01420112

General Physics II

3(3-0-6)

 

01420114

Laboratory in Physics II

1(0-3-2)

 

01175xxx

Physical Education

1(0-2-1)

 

01355xxx

English

3( - - )

 
 

Humanities   

3( - - )    

 
 

Total

21( - - )

 

                                            Second Year

 

First Semester                                                 Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206221

Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01208221

Engineering Mechanics I

3(3-0-6)

01208241

Thermodynamics I

3(3-0-6)

01208281

Workshop Practice

1(0-3-2)

01213211

Materials Science for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01417267

Engineering Mathematics III

3(3-0-6)

01355xxx

English

3( - - )

 

Social Sciences

3( - - )

 

Total

22( - - )

Second Semester                                           Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01205201

Electrical Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01206222

Applied Mathematics for Industrial Engineers        

3(3-0-6)

01206223

Introduction to Experimental Design for Engineers        

3(3-0-6)

01206251

Engineering Economy

3(3-0-6)

01208222

Engineering Mechanics II

3(3-0-6)

01175xxx

Physical Education Activities

1(0-2-1)

 

Mathematics and Science

6( - - )

 

Total

22( - - )

                                                  Third Year

 

First Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01205202

Electrical Engineering Laboratory I

1(0-3-2)

01206311

Manufacturing Processes I

3(3-0-6)

01206321

Operations Research for Engineers I

3(3-0-6)

01206341

Industrial Work Study

3(3-0-6)

01206381

Industrial Engineering Laboratory

1(0-3-2)

01206452

Industrial Cost Analysis

3(3-0-6)

01206471

Maintenance Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01208302

Introduction to Fluid Machinics and Machinary

3(3-0-6)

01208381

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I

3(3-0-6)

 

Total

21( - - )

Second Semester                                           Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206312

Industrial Study

1(0-3-2)

01206322

Quality Control

3(3-0-6)

01206342

Production Planning and Control

3(3-0-6)

01206343

Industrial Plant Design

3(3-0-6)

01206361

Computer Applications for Industrial Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206362

Automatic Production System

4(3-3-8)

01206495

Co-operative Education Preparation for Engineers

1(0-3-2)

01206390

Co-operative Education Preparation for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

 

Total

21(15-6-34)

                                              Forth Year

 

First Semester                                                   Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206490

Co-operative Education

6

 

Total

6

Second Semester                                           Credits(lecture-Lab-SelfStudy)

01206399

Internship

1

01206425

Operations Research for Engineers II

3(3-0-6)

01206431

Industrial Management

3(3-0-6)

01206472

Industrial Safety

3(3-0-6)

01206497

Industrial Engineering Project Preparation

1

01206499

Industrial Engineering Project

2(0-6-3)

 

Free Electives

6( - - )          

 

Total

19( - - )          

IE-Program Structure

Curriculum

Bachelor of Engineering Program in 

Industrial Engineering (English Program)

 
 

1)  General Education  Courses

 

30

Credits

   

1.1  Science and Mathematics 

 

10

Credits

   

1.2  Language    

 

12

Credits

   

1.3  Social Sciences  

 

3

Credits

   

1.4  Humanities      

 

3

Credits

 

              

1.5 Physical Education Activities

 

2

Credits

           
 

2) Specific Courses                                           

113

Credits

 

          

2.1 Core Courses   

 

27

Credits

   

2.2 Required Technical Courses 

 

77

Credits

   

2.3  Technical Electives 

 

9

Credits

 

3) Free Electives

                                                              

 

6

Credits

 

Total Number of Credits Required for Graduation is at least  

149

Credits

             

            Program Structure

                        1) General Education Course                                        30        Credits

1.1 Science and Mathematics                                  10  Credits

01200101   Innovative Thinking                                    1(1-0-2)

01204111  Computers and Programming                        3(2-3-6)

and select 6 credits from the following courses 

01999011 Food for Mankind                                               3(3-0-6)

                    01999012  Health for Life                                                 3(3-0-6)                 

01999213  Environment, Technology and Life                        3(3-0-6)

1.2 Languages                                                                      12   Credits

01999021Thai Language for Communication                          3(3-0-6)

                   01355xxx English                                                              9( - - )

1.3Social Sciences                                                3   Credits

and select 3 credits from the following courses

01999041 Economics for Better Living                                3(3-0-6)

                    01999141 Man and Society                                             3(3-0-6)                          

1.4Humanities                                                        3   Credits

and select 3 credits from the following courses

01999031 The Heritage of World Civilizations                      3(3-0-6)

                  01999032 Thai Studies                                                    3(3-0-6)                 

01999033  Arts of Living                                                  3(3-0-6)                 

                   1.5 Physical Education Activities                                     2     Credits

01175xxx  Physical Education Activities                              1,1(0-2-1)

                                 

             2)Specific courses                                                       113      Credits

                        2.1 Core courses                                                             27        Credits

01208111

Engineering Drawing

3(2-3-6)

01213211

Materials Science for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01403114

Laboratory in Fundamental of General Chemistry

1(0-3-2)

01403117

Fundamental of General Chemistry           

3(3-0-6)

01417167

Engineering Mathematics I

3(3-0-6)

01417168

Engineering Mathematics II

3(3-0-6)

01417267

Engineering Mathematics III

3(3-0-6)

01420111

General Physics I                

3(3-0-6)

01420112

General Physics II    

3(3-0-6)

01420113

Laboratory in Physics I

1(0-3-2)

01420114

Laboratory in Physics II

1(0-3-2)

2.2 Required Technical Courses                        77         Credits

01205201

Electrical Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01205202

Electrical Engineering Laboratory I

1(0-3-2)

01206221

Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206222

Applied Mathematics for Industrial Engineers      

3(3-0-6)

01206223

Introduction to Experimental Design for Engineers        

3(3-0-6)

01206251

Engineering Economy

3(3-0-6)

01206311

Manufacturing Processes I

3(3-0-6)

01206312

Industrial Study

1(0-3-2)

01206321

Operations Research for Engineers I

3(3-0-6)

01206322

Quality Control

3(3-0-6)

01206341

Industrial Work Study

3(3-0-6)

01206342

Production Planning and Control

3(3-0-6)

01206343

Industrial Plant Design

3(3-0-6)

01206361

Computer Applications for Industrial Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206362

Automatic Production System

4(3-3-8)

01206381

Industrial Engineering Laboratory

1(0-3-2)

01206399

Internship

1

01206425

Operations Research for Engineers II

3(3-0-6)

01206431

Industrial Management

3(3-0-6)

01206452

Industrial Cost Analysis

3(3-0-6)

01206471

Maintenance Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01206472

Industrial Safety

3(3-0-6)

01206495

Industrial Engineering Project Preparation

1(0-3-2)

01206497

Seminar

1

01206499

Industrial Engineering Project

2(0-6-3)

01208221

Engineering Mechanics I

3(3-0-6)

01208222

Engineering Mechanics II

3(3-0-6)

01208241

Thermodynamics I

3(3-0-6)

01208281

Workshop Practice

1(0-3-2)

01208302

Introduction to Fluid Machinics and Machinary

3(3-0-6)

01208381

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I

1(0-3-2)

       

2.3Technical Electives                                        9     Credits

Select 9 credits from the following courses

Group 1: Operations Research and Production Planning and Control

01206390

Co-operative Education Preparation for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206421

Simulation

3(3-0-6)

01206441

Engineering Risk Analysis

3(3-0-6)

01206444

Industrial Forecasting

3(3-0-6)

01206445

Inventory Control

3(3-0-6)

01206448

Shop Floor Control

3(3-0-6)

01206490

Co-operative Education

6

01206496

Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering

1-3

01206498

Special Problems

1-3

Group 2: Industrial Management

01206390

Co-operative Education Preparation for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206413

Industrial Pollution

3(3-0-6)

01206432

Management Information System for Engineers   

3(3-0-6)

01206442

Energy Management

3(3-0-6)

01206451

Industrial and Commercial Laws

3(3-0-6)

01206453

Industrial Project Feasibility Study                          

3(3-0-6)

01206490

Co-operative Education

6

01206496

Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering

1-3

01206498

Special Problems

1-3

Group 3:Quality Engineering and Manufacturing

01206390

Co-operative Education Preparation for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206411

Industrial Instrumentation and Measurement

3(3-0-6)

01206412

Tool Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01206414

Manufacturing Processes II

3(3-0-6)

01206422

Industrial Quality Assurance

3(3-0-6)

01206423

Advanced Experimental Design for Engineers

3(3-0-6)

01206424

Quality Engineering   

3(3-0-6)

01206490

Co-operative Education

6

01206496

Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering

1-3

01206498

Special Problems

1-3

Group 4: Productivity Improvement

01206390

Co-operative Education Preparation for Engineers)

3(3-0-6)

01206443

Ergonomics

3(3-0-6)

01206446

Value Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01206447

Productivity Measurement and Management        

3(3-0-6)

01206461

System Engineering

3(3-0-6)

01206462

Logistics System Design and Management

3(3-0-6)

01206463

Enterprise Resources Planning: ERP

3(3-0-6)

01206464

Supply Chain Management and Modeling

3(3-0-6)

01206490

Co-operative Education

6

01206496

Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering

1-3

01206498

Special Problems

1-3

             

                        3) Free Electives                         6          Credits

International Collaborations

To widen our students' opportunities to experience international exposure interactions, KU has signed a number of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with foreign Universities to promote the following programs:

  • student exchange
  • joint degree programs
  • visiting professor program
  • research collaboration program
  • international seminars

Tabulated below are the list of the Universities/organizations to which KU-IUP has signed MOU with. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is an official document that states that mutually beneficial program commitments were agreed upon by the signing institutions. Some MOUs maybe non-specific and non-binding, but all of IUP's signed MOUs are aligned with our to its program strategy.

In addition, we also collaborate with the following universities

  • FPT University in Veitnam
  • Michigan Technology University in USA
  • National Colledges of Technology in Japan
  • University of Hannover in German
  • Technikum University in Vienna, Austria 

International Joint Degree Programs

Prof.Thomas and Mr.Thanakorn at Leicester University in December 2013

A joint-degree program is defined as a program that is mutually sponsored and conferred by at least two institutions leading to a single credential or degree.  The quality of program delivery then becomes  a shared responsibility of the institutions in agreement.

Presently, we have 3 joint degree programs  namely: the 3+1 scheme- where a student needs to study at KU for 3 years and to study at the partner University; the 3+1 +M scheme- where  a student studies in KU for 3 years and 1 year in the partner University to obtain a KU Bachelor’s degree and by furthering its research for another year, the student then obtains a Master’s degree from the partner University;  the third  scheme is the 3 + M program – where a student  completes all undergraduate courses required at KU for 3 years and 1 year to complete the requirements for a Master’s degree at the partner University.  This third program is designed for exceptionally motivated  students who are able to carry on much heavier load than most normal students to be able to fulfill both Bachelor and Master’s degree requirements within the normal   4-year timeframe.   The first two programs mentioned are being offered by KU in partnership with either Leicester University or Newcastle University, at UK, whereas, the third scheme is offered in partnership with Birmingham city University at UK. 

Additionally, a distant learning program leading to a Master of Science degree in Power Plant Engineering is now on offer in cooperation with the University of Strathclyde of Scotland.  Through this program, KU graduates and working students need not spend much to study abroad; they can attend the University of Strathclyde instructors’ modular classes right here at the KU classrooms. To obtain the degree though, students will need to take and pass the examinations of the classes completed in Scotland, which are given and scheduled yearly by the University Examiners. 

Note: *Currently, our partners in these programs are Leicester University and Newcastle University, UK and FPT University in Vietnam.  More international joint degree programs with other partner universities will be established.

Lecturers - Environmental Engineering

 Name  Email Address  Degree  Country of Highest Education

Assoc.Prof.Chart Chiemchaisri

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D.Eng.

Japan

Assist.Prof.Sanya Sirivithayapakorn

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Ph.D.

USA

Assist.Prof.Narumol Vongthanasunthorn

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D.Eng.

Japan

Assoc.Prof.Winai Liengcharernsit

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D.Eng.

Thailand

Assoc.Prof.Suthep Sirivitayaphakorn

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M.Eng.

Thailand

Assoc.Prof.Patcharaporn Suwanvitaya

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M.Appl.Sc.

Australia

Assoc.Prof.Wilai Chiemchaisri

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D.Tech.Sc.

Thailand

Assoc.Prof.Chatdanai Jiradecha

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Ph.D.

USA

Assist.Prof.Utchara Duangdeun

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Thailand

Assist.Prof.Cheema Soralump

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Ph.D. 

USA

Assist.Prof.Mongkol Damrongsri

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Dr.Ing.

France

Assist.Prof.Kotchakorn Suranowarath

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M.Sc.

USA

Assist.Prof.Monthon Thanuttamavong

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Ph.D.

Japan

Assist. Prof. Pongsak Noophan

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Ph.D.

USA

Dr.Suchat Leungprasert

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Ph.D.

Canada

Dr.Patcharaporn Ittisukananth

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D.Eng.

Japan

Dr. Peerakarn Banjerdkij

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D.Tech.Sc

Thailand

Ms. Sucheela Polruang

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M. Eng.

Germany

Dr. Gautier Landrot

 

Ph.D.

USA

Lecturers - IE

Lecturers IE      
         
Lecturers - Industrial Engineering      
Id. Name Email Address Degree Country of Highest Education
1 Assist.Prof.Dr. Wisut Supithak This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
2 Assist.Prof.Dr. Nantachai Kantanantha This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
3 Dr. Worawut   Wangwatcharakul This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
4 Assoc.Prof.Dr. Peerayuth Charnsethikul This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
5 Assoc.Prof.Dr. Patcharaporn Yanpirat This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Tech.Sc. (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
6 Assoc.Prof. Lertchai Ratana Arporn This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. MS. (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
7 Assoc.Prof.Dr. Prapaisri Sudasna-Na-Aydthya This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
8 Assoc.Prof.Dr. Anan Mungwattana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial and Systems Engineering) USA
9 Assoc.Prof.Dr. Kongkiti Phusavat This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial and Systems Engineering) USA
10 Assist.Prof.Dr. Pornthep Anussornnitisarn This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
11 Assist.Prof.Dr. Juta Pichitlamken This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
12 Dr. Chana Raksiri This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng (Mechatronics) Thailand
13 Assoc.Prof.Dr. Roongrat Pisuchpen This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
14 Assist.Prof.Dr. Chuckaphun Aramphongphun This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
15 Dr. Chatpun Kamyat This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
16 Assist.Prof.Dr. Chansiri Singhtaun This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
17 Dr. Suwitchaporn   Witchakul This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
18 Dr. Punnamee Sachakamol This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial and Systems Engineering) Canada
19 Dr. Sudaratana   Wongweragiat This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng (Industrial Engineering) USA
20 Dr. Ailada   Treerattrakoon This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Operation Research) USA
21 Dr. Ramidayu   Yousuk This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng (Industrial Engineering) USA
22 Dr. Phatcharee Toghaw Thongrattana This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Supply Chain Management) Australia
23 Dr. Naraphorn Paoprasert This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering) USA
24 Dr. Kris Wonggasem This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Sc. (Industrial Engineering) Germany
25 Assoc.Prof. Dr. Saeree Svetasreni This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. D.Eng. (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
26 Assoc.Prof. Pipop Lalitaporn This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. MS. (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
27 Mr. Suwiwat Suebsankul This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. MS. (Industrial Engineering) Thailand
28 Mr. Rerngtiwa Tippayasak This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. M.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) Germany
29 Miss Praewpran   Pratadsab This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. MS. (Industrial Engineering) USA
30 Miss Papis   Wongchaisuwat This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. MS. (Industrial Engineering) USA