Program Structure

There are two options: Regular and Cooperative Education.

Search for a General Education Course on the Chula General Education Center website.

Social Science 3 credits

Humanities 3 credits

Interdisciplinary 3 credits

Science and Mathematics 3 credits

Language 12 credits

  • 5503111 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE I
  • 5503122 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE II
  • 5503213 COMMUNICATION AND PRESENTATION SKILLS FOR SCIENCE
  • Courses of other languages that are not English or native language 3 credits

Special Group 6 credits

  • 2301170 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING
  • Course from the list of Chula General Education courses except those in Science and Mathematics

Basic Sciences and Mathematics 32 credits (36 credits for Cooperative Ed)

  • 2300399 PROJECT PROPOSAL
  • 2300490 SEMINAR
  • 2300499 SENIOR PROJECT (change to 2300498 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION for Cooperative Ed)
  • 2301107 CALCULUS I
  • 2301108 CALCULUS II
  • 2301286 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
  • 2302101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
  • 2302102 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
  • 2302103 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
  • 2303101 GENERAL BIOLOGY I
  • 2303102 GENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY I
  • 2304151 ESSENTIAL PHYSICS
  • 2304197 PHYSICS LABORATORY FOR BIOLOGISTS
  • 2305101 GENERAL BIOLOGY II
  • 2305102 GENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY II

Required Courses 31 credits

  • 2300251 CONCEPTS AND ISSUES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2300252 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGICAL PROCESS ENGINEERING
  • 2300253 SCIENCE ETHICS
  • 2300351 BIOTECHNOLOGICAL FRONTIER IN PLANT AND ANIMAL BREEDING
  • 2300401 INTEGRATIVE SCIENCE PROJECT
  • 2300492 TRAINING
  • 2301172 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING LABORATORY
  • 2302271 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
  • 2302272 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
  • 2302203 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
  • 2305261 GENERAL GENETICS
  • 2310310 GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY
  • 2310360 GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY
  • 2312302 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

Elective Courses 26 credits (22 credits for Cooperative Ed)

Required Electives

Select all courses in one of the following groups:

Group 1

  • 2300361  INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2300362  BIOLOGICAL SEQUENCE ANALYSIS
  • 2305262 GENERAL GENETICS LABORATORY

Group 2

  • 2300261 INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
  • 2602313 MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
  • 2605311 PRINCIPLE OF MARKETING

Group 3

  • 2314335 PROCESSING IN FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY I
  • 2314336 PROCESSING IN FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY II
  • 2314339 PROCESSING IN FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY

Electives 19 credits (15 credits for Cooperative Education)

  • 2300301 COMPUTER SKILLS IN BIOINFORMATICS
  • 2300363 TREND IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2300500 TECHNOPRENEURSHIP
  • 2303251 ANIMAL WELFARE AND BIOSECURITY
  • 2303341 BIOLOGY OF DISEASE
  • 2303351 ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY
  • 2303352 ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY
  • 2303454 ANIMAL REPRODUCTIVE BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2303435 REGENERATIVE BIOLOGY
  • 2305354 HYDROPONICS
  • 2305355 HYDROPONICS FOR CROP PRODUCTION LABORATORY
  • 2305451 PLANT TISSUE CULTURE
  • 2305452 PLANT TISSUE CULTURE LABORATORY
  • 2305453 COMMERCIAL ORNAMENTAL PLANT PRODUCTION
  • 2305481 PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2305486 ECONOMIC MUSHROOM CULTIVATION
  • 2308341 SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
  • 2308351 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I
  • 2308418 ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGY
  • 2308419 PRINCIPLES OF BIODEGRADATION AND BIOREMEDIATION
  • 2308439 BIOPOLYMER IN ENVIRONMENT
  • 2308454 TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
  • 2308455 TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LABORATORY
  • 2308462 FUNDAMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
  • 2309417 PRINCIPLES OF AQUACULTURE
  • 2309419 MARINE MICROALGAL CULTURE METHODOLOGY
  • 2309519 FISH AND SHELLFISH NUTRITION
  • 2309522 BREEDING AND LARVICULTURE OF ECONOMIC AQUATIC ANIMALS
  • 2310451 GENOMIC ANALYSIS FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2310454 GENETIC ENGINEERING
  • 2310502 ENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2310506 BIOINFORMATICS I
  • 2310523 GENOMICS AND PROTEOMICS
  • 2310555 GENETIC ENGINEERING LABORATORY
  • 2312355 VIROLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
  • 2312356 VIROLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY LABORATORY
  • 2312357 MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY AND GENETICS
  • 2312358 MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY AND GENETICS LABORATORY
  • 2312371 MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
  • 2312372 MICROBIAL INDUSTRY VISIT
  • 2314375 BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 2314425 WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR BIOLOGICAL INDUSTRY
  • 2314434 INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2314454 FOOD PLANT AND PROCESS DESIGN
  • 2314575 BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR FOOD INDUSTRY

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Program Structure

Study Plan

Year 1 First Semester

credit
2301107 CALCULUS I3(3-0-6)
2302101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I3(3-0-6)
2302103 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY1(0-3-0)
2303101 GENERAL BIOLOGY I3(3-0-6)
2303102 GENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY I1(0-3-0)
5503111 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE I3(2-2-5)
GEN ED - SOCIAL SCIENCE/ HUMANITIES3
Total17

Year 1 Second Semester

credit
2301108 CALCULUS II3(3-0-6)
2302102 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II3(3-0-6)
2304151 ESSENTIAL PHYSICS3(3-0-6)
2304197 PHYSICS LABORATORY FOR BIOLOGISTS1(0-3-0)
2305101 GENERAL BIOLOGY II3(3-0-6)
2305102 GENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY II1(0-3-0)
5503122 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE II3(2-2-5)
Total17

Year 2 First Semester

credit
2300251 CONCEPTS AND ISSUES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY3(3-0-6)
2301170 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING3(3-0-6)
2301172 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING LABORATORY1(0-2-1)
2301286 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS3(2-2-5)
2302271 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I3(3-0-6)
5503213 COMMUNICATION AND PRESENTATION SKILLS FOR SCIENCE3(2-2-5)
GEN ED - SOCIAL SCIENCE/ HUMANITIES3
Total19

Year 2 Second Semester

credit
2300252 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGICAL PROCESS ENGINEERING3(3-0-6)
2300253 SCIENCE ETHICS1(1-0-2)
2302203 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY1(0-3-0)
2302272 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II3(3-0-6)
2305261 GENERAL GENETICS3(3-0-6)
REQUIRED ELECTIVES0-1
GEN ED – INTERDISCIPLINARY3
GEN ED – SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS3
GEN ED - LANGUAGE3
Total20-21

Year 3 First Semester

credit
2300351 BIOTECHNOLOGICAL FRONTIER IN PLANT AND ANIMAL BREEDING3(3-0-6)
2300363 TREND IN BIOTECHNOLOGY2(2-0-4)
2310310 GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY3(3-0-6)
2310360 GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY1(0-3-0)
2312302 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY3(2-3-6)
REQUIRED ELECTIVES3-4
ELECTIVES2-4
Total18-20

Year 3 Second Semester

credit
2300399 PROJECT PROPOSAL1(1-0-2)
REQUIRED ELECTIVES3-4
GEN ED – SPECIAL GROUP3
ELECTIVES9-11
FREE ELECTIVES3
Total19-21

Year 4 First Semester

credit
Regular Program
2300401 INTEGRATIVE SCIENCE PROJECT3(0-9-0)
2300492 TRAINING0
ELECTIVES4
FREE ELECTIVES3
Total12-13
Cooperative Education
2300401 INTEGRATIVE SCIENCE PROJECT3(0-9-0)
2300492 TRAINING0
FREE ELECTIVES3
Total8-9

Year 4 Second Semester

credit
Regular Program
2300490 SEMINAR1(1-0-2)
2300499 SENIOR PROJECT2(0-6-0)
Total3
Cooperative Education
2300490 SEMINAR1(1-0-2)
2300498 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION6(0-18-0)
Total7
Study Plan (updated: April 27, 2022)

Course Details

CodeCourse AbbreviateCourse NameCourse DescriptionCredit
2300251*CON ISSUES BIOTECHCONCEPTS AND ISSUES IN BIOTECHNOLOGYConcept and basic approaches to biotechnology research and development that leads to applications in various areas including plant biotechnology, animal biotechnology, microbial biotechnology, environmental biotechnology, biotechnology in industry, bioinformatics, intellectual property and other current topics.3
2300252*PRIN BIO PROC ENGPRINCIPLE OF BIOLOGICAL PROCESS ENGINEERINGUnit and dimensions; state and properties of matters; material and energy transfer; material and energy balances and combined mass and energy balance; thermodynamics applications in various processes; kinetics applications in reactor design; principle of unit operations.3
2300253*SCI ETHICSSCIENCE ETHICSLaws and regulation on research using microbes, animals and humans; ethics in animal and human research; plagiarism; intellectual property infringement; patent; fabricating data. 1
2300261*IND ADMIN MANAGINDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENTIntroduction to manufacturing operation; manufacturing management; scientific management; theory of motivation and leadership; principles of manufacturing design and control.1
2300301*COMP SKILL BIOINFOCOMPUTER SKILLS IN BIOINFORMATICSData structures; file input and output; sequential statements; if statements; loop; arithmetic operations; shell scripts; basic Linux operating system commands for bioinformatics work.3
2300351*BIOT PL ANI BREEDBIOTECHNOLOGICAL FRONTIER IN PLANT AND ANIMAL BREEDINGReproduction in crop plants; traditional plant breeding methods; modern technology for plant breeding; plant and animal genetic resources preservation; field trip in plant breeding; principle in animal breeding; reproduction in livestock animals; modern breeding technology of livestock animals; field trip in animal breeding.3
2300361*INTRO MOL BIOTECHINTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGYIntroduction to and history of molecular biotechnology; reviews on regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes and eukaryotes; principles and techniques in recombinant DNA technology; production of recombinant protein in prokaryotes and eukaryotes; mutagenesis, protein engineering and directed evolution; various applications of molecular biotechnology.3
2300362*BIO SEQ ANALYSISBIOLOGICAL SEQUENCE ANALYSISMethods and algorithms for sequence alignment: pairwise sequence alignment, database similarity searching, multiple sequence alignment; profiles and Hidden Markov Models; gene finding and protein sequence analysis; processing of data obtained from DNA sequencers including assembly of raw data into a contiguous sequence, finding open reading frames and translating into amino acid sequences; sequence analysis tools used in recombinant DNA technology including restriction mapping, primer design, DNA cloning and mutagenesis; DNA, RNA and amino acid sequence analysis using publicly available web based tools.3
2300363*TREND BIOTECHTREND IN BIOTECHNOLOGYCurrent progress of research and development in biotechnology their applications in various fields as well as impacts of biotechnological development.2
2300364*GREEN BIOTECHGREEN BIOTECHNOLOGYUse of biotechnology to produce microorganisms, plants, animals and their components; and to transform them into new products with environmentally-friendly solutions and production processes. Examples include development of genetically-modified organisms that survive under certain environmental conditions e.g. microorganisms used to clean up pollutants, plants that express a pesticide, which eliminate the need for external application of chemicals; or biotechnology that transforms organisms for production of biofuels, bioenergy, biofibers, biomaterials; and biochemicals e.g. fuel from marine algae, agricultural growth enhancers extracted from seaweed, and cellulose-based chemicals.3
2300399*PROJECT PROPOSALPROJECT PROPOSALLiterature search and data analysis; experimental planning and design; writing of research proposal.1
2300401*INTEGRAT SCI PROJINTEGRATIVE SCIENCE PROJECTScience projects that integrate various fields in science as well as social science and humanities in order to research, survey, investigate, evaluate, analyze, and interpret to understand the relationships between science and technology and social changes, and their roles in solving various current social problems; as well as to assess the impacts from development in science and technology on society3
2300490*SEMINARSEMINARDiscussion and presentation of research work related to their own research.1
2300492*TRAININGTRAININGInternships in biotechnology in state agencies, private organizations or industrial factories.0
2300498* COOPERATIVE EDUCOOPERATIVE EDUCATIONFull-time work in private sectors or industry at least for 16 weeks.6
2300499*SENIOR PROJECTSENIOR PROJECTPerformance of a research project and report writing under supervision.2
2300500TECHNOPRENEURSHIPTECHNOPRENEURSHIPRelationship between science and technology and economic system; innovation and intellectual property management; operational cycle from science and technology to business world; research development to innovative products; field trip and case study.3
2301107CALCULUS ICALCULUS ILimit, continuity, differentiation and integration of real-valued functions of a real variable and their applications; techniques of integration; improper integrals.3
2301108CALCULUS IICALCULUS IIMathematical induction; sequences and series of real numbers; Taylor series expansion and approximation of elementary functions; numerical integration; vectors, lines and planes in there dimensional space; calculus of vector valued functions of one variable; calculus of real valued functions of two variables; introduction to differential equations and their applications.3
2301170COMP PROGCOMPUTER AND PROGRAMMINGBasic concepts of computer systems; basic concepts of programming; computer ethics and security; applications.3
2301172COMP PROG LABCOMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING LABORATORYBasic programming and applications.1
2301286PROB/STATPROBABILITY AND STATISTICSBasic probability concepts; probability distributions, some important sampling distributions; estimation, hypothesis testing; analysis of variance; regression and correlation; the chi-square distribution and the analysis of frequencies; non-parametric statistics.3
2302101GEN CHEM IGENERAL CHEMISTRY IStructure of atoms; chemical bonding: ionic bonding, covalent bonding, valence bond theory, hybridization-PI interaction, coordination, intermolecular forces, molecular movement; state of matter: gases, structure of solid, liquid, and solutions; chemical reactions; interaction of matters with electromagnetic radiation and electrical energy; chemical thermodynamics.3
2302102GEN CHEM IIGENERAL CHEMISTRY IIKinetics; chemical equilibria; acid-base equilibria; redox equilibria; electrochemistry; quantitative analysis by titration; organic chemistry; introduction to biochemistry, green chemistry, polymers and nuclear chemistry.3
2302103GEN CHEM LABGENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORYStandard solution preparations; quantitative analysis; electrochemistry; enthalpy of solution and reaction; chemical kinetics; spectroscopy; qualitative analysis.1
2302203ORG CHEM LABORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORYFundamental techniques for the use of organic laboratory equipment and instruments; determination of boiling and melting points of organic compounds; separation and purification techniques for organic compounds; isolation and study of natural products; synthetic processes of target molecules using principle reactions of compounds in each functional group.1
2302271ORG CHEM IORGANIC CHEMISTRY IStructures and properties of organic molecules; methane and chemical reactions; alkanes and cycloalkanes; stereochemistry; alkyl halides; alkenes; cycloalkenes; dienes; alkynes; hydrocarbons; alcohols; ethers and epoxides; spectroscopy and structures.3
2302272ORG CHEM IIORGANIC CHEMISTRY IIEthers, epoxides, aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids and functional derivatives of carboxylic acids, amines, phenols, aryl halides, fats, carbohydrates, amino acids and proteins.3
2303101GEN BIO IGENERAL BIOLOGY IAn Introduction to the cell as the basic unit of life; modern cell concepts; cell organization; cell structure and function; comparative approach of animal physiology; reproduction; development; evolution; ecology; animal behavior and biodiversity.3
2303102GEN BIO LAB IIGENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY IIDemonstration; experimentation and discussion of fundamental principles of biology utilizing plants as exemplary materials.1
2303251*ANIM WELF BIOSECANIMAL WELFARE AND BIOSECURITYAnimal ethics; law and welfare; management for biosecurity for animal use in research and biotechnology.2
2303341*BIOL DISEASESBIOLOGY OF DISEASEMammalian immune system, viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic diseases, zoonotic diseases, genetic and developmental defects, metabolic diseases, neurodegenerative and age-associated diseases, animal models for research, poisonous animals, and environmental toxicology.3
2303351ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGYANIMAL PHYSIOLOGYPhysiological principles of organ systems including nutrition and digestion, gas exchange, blood circulation, maintaining homeostasis, excretion, nervous system and sense organs, muscle, endocrine and reproductive systems.3
2303352ANIMAL PHYSIO LABANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORYA laboratory course in animal physiology.1
2303454*ANIM REPRO BIOTECANIMAL REPRODUCTIVE BIOTECHNOLOGYBiology of reproduction in domestic and laboratory animals; biotechnology applied to animal reproduction; artificial insemination, semen analysis; in vivo and in vitro embryo production and cryopreservation; in vitro fertilization; stem cell biotechnology; animal genetic engineering and animal cloning.3
2303435*REGENERATIVE BIOLREGENERATIVE BIOLOGYBiology of the stem cell, pluripotency and differentiation of stem cells, tissue organization, stem cell niche, generating tissue-specific cells, physiological and pathophysiological development of organ systems, applications in biomedical engineering3
2304151ESSENTIAL PHYSICSESSENTIAL PHYSICSBasic mathematics in physics; mechanical motions; the fundamental laws of mechanics; work, momentum and energy; conservation of energy and momentum; collisions; oscillations; angular simple harmonic motions; fluid mechanics; vibrations and waves; physics of sound; electricity; AC and DC circuits; magnetism; Maxwell's equations; electromagnetic waves; innovation in physics.3
2304197*PHYS LAB BIOLPHYSICS LABORATORY FOR BIOLOGISTSMeasurement and uncertainty; graph and statistical analysis; simple harmonic motion; mechanical wave; fluid; heat; electrical measurement; oscilloscope; light; nuclear physics.1
2305101GEN BIO IIGENERAL BIOLOGY IIAn introductory course designed to acquaint students with the fundamental principles of biology; including the anatomy, morphology, physiology, classification, heredity and evolution of the major plant groups3
2305102GEN BIO LAB IIGENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY IIDemonstration, experimentation and discussion of fundamental principles of biology utilizing plants as exemplary materials.1
2305261GEN GENETICSGENERAL GENETICSPhysical and chemical properties of the gene, identification, patterns of transmission of genetic material; mode of DNA and RNA replication; protein synthesis; regulation of gene activities; Mendelian and non-Mendelian inheritance, population genetics; euphenics; genetic variation and evolution. 3
2305262GEN GENETICS LABGENERAL GENETICS LABORATORYLaboratory work emphasizing the principles of inheritance; experiments with microorganisms and an independent study of inheritance in Drosophila melanogaster and Zea mays; problems solving and discussion.1
2305354HYDROPONICSHYDROPONICSHistorical background of hydroponics, advantages and disadvantages; growing systems; the nutrient solution; the formulation of nutrients; suitable crops; nutritional value; pest and disease control; other methods for soilless culture; application of hydroponics.1
2305355HYDROPONICS LABHYDROPONICS FOR CROP PRODUCTION LABORATORYPractice on hydroponics and other soilless cultures.1
2305383BIO STATISTICSBIOLOGICAL STATISTICSStatistical techniques used in biological researches including validity of T-tests, testing for randomness, tests of hypotheses, linear regression and correlation, with emphasis on various experimental designs and their statistical analysis.2
2305384BIO STATISTICS LABORATORYBIOLOGICAL STATISTICS LABORATORYPractice of statistical techniques used in biological researches and their analysis.1
2305451PLANT TIS CULPLANT TISSUE CULTUREHistory and development of in vitro plant tissue culture; principles of plant tissue culture from various plant parts; growth and development patterns of tissues through embryogenesis and organogenesis; control of factors influencing those growth and developmental patterns; application of plant tissue culture techniques in plant science.2
2305452PLANT TIS CUL LABPLANT TISSUE CULTURE LABORATORYDemonstrations and laboratory practices on techniques of in vitro plant tissue culture.1
2305453COM ORN PL PRODCOMMERCIAL ORNAMENTAL PLANT PRODUCTIONApplication of basic scientific principles in growing ornamental plants; management and business planning; nursery management; commercial ornamental plant production and care; postharvest management; laboratory practice and field trips.2
2305481PLANT BIOTECHPLANT BIOTECHNOLOGYPrinciples and applications in plant cell and tissue cultures for the production of chemicals and plant propagations; mushroom culture technology; useful microbes in plant biotechnology; plant genetic engineering; economic plants for industry and biotransformation of plant extracts.2
2305486ECON MUSHROOM CULTECONOMIC MUSHROOM CULTIVATIONBiology of mushrooms; factors affecting growth and development of mushrooms; spawn generation technique; the principles of mushroom cultivation; management of mushroom farm; storage; processing and marketing of mushrooms.3
2308341SCI COMMSCIENCE COMMUNICATIONOverview of science communication; definition and philosophy of science communication; processes and components of science communication; methodology and strategies in science communication; roles and characteristics of science communicators; practice on science communication project works.3
2308351ENVIRONMENT SCI IENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE IMankind and the environmental systems concerning ecological aspects of the earth (air, land, water and energy); sources of pollutions; types of pollution and their effects on living things, scientific methods for pollution abatement.3
2308418ENVI REMED TECHENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION TECHNOLOGYPrinciples of remedial technology; physical, chemical and biological remediation techniques.3
2308419PRIN BIODEG BIOREMPRINCIPLES OF BIODEGRADATION AND BIOREMEDIATIONPrinciples of biodegradation : growth-link; acclimation; detoxication; activation, kinetics, sorption, chemical effects of substances on biodegradation environmental effects and principles of bioremediation.3
2308439BIOPOLY ENVIBIOPOLYMER ENVIRONMENTChemistry of biopolymer in environment; types and structure; biosynthesis and biodegradation by microorganisms; microbial enzymes in biopolymer degradation; applications of biopolymer in environmental remediation; innovation and technology; case studies.3
2308454TOPICS IN ENVI SCITOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCETopics in environment vary according to the country interests and/or urgent problems.2
2308455TOPICS ENVI SC LABTOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LABORATORYTopics in environment vary according to the country interests and/or urgent problems.1
2308462FUND ENV HEALTHFUNDAMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTHThe basic of environmental health; actual and potential sources pollution relating to the environment and health; emphasis upon the exposure dangers from various pollutants including health risk assessment, discussed environmental health problems in both general context and case studies.3
2309417PRIN AQUACULTUREPRINCIPLES OF AQUACULTUREHistory of aquaculture; roles of aquaculture on world fisheries; research and development process in aquaculture; principles of aquaculture related to breeding; larviculture, nutrition and aqua-farm management; methodology of different types of aquaculture related to economically important sea-weeds, crustaceans, mollusks, fishes, and reptiles.3
2309419MAR ALGAL CULTUREMARINE MICROALGAL CULTURE METHODOLOGYTechniques in marine unicellular algal culture; patterns of growth; cell cycle, ecology and physiology; practical works in the sampling collection, cell isolation and purification, preparation of culture media with emphasize on nutrient and environmental requirement for growth or marine microalgae.3
2309519FISH NUTRITIONFISH AND SHELLFISH NUTRITIONBasic knowledge of fish and shellfish nutrition, digestibility, raw materials, diet preparation and formulation, feed processing and feed evaluation, aquatic nutrition experiments.3
2309522BREED CUL AQUA ANIBREEDING AND LARVICULTURE OF ECONOMIC AQUATIC ANIMALSMaturation of broodstocks; breeding by natural and artificial induction in captivity; spawning; development, larviculture of certain economical aquatic animals; application of marine biotechnology and genetic engineering for improving the breeding larviculture techniques.3
2310310GEN BIOCHEMGENERAL BIOCHEMISTRYBasic techniques used in biochemical studies; chemical and biological properties of biomolecules; functions and kinetics of enzymes; metabolism of biomolecules with emphasis on energy-yielding processes and metabolic diseases; biosynthesis of nucleic acids and proteins; metabolic regulation; basic genetic engineering and its application.3
2310360GEN BIOCHEM LABGENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORYLaboratories on general biochemistry: pH and buffer; spectrophotometry; properties of proteins; isolation and analyses of biomolecules in yeast cells; enzyme assay and kinetics; carbohydrate metabolism; properties of cell membrane.1
2310451*GENOM ANAL BIOTECHGENOMIC ANALYSIS FOR BIOTECHNOLOGYNext-generation sequencing platforms; genome assembly and genome annotation; detection of sequence polymorphism and the SNP database; high-throughput expression analysis; microbiome; genome editing and applications; various applications of genome analysis; practice of bioinformatics skills on the use of algorithms, key software, and statistical methods.3
2310454INTRO GENE ENGINTRODUCTION TO GENETIC ENGINEERINGIntroduction to genetic engineering; working with nucleic acid; isolation of DNA/RNA, qualitative and qualitative measurement of nucleic acid, gel electrophoresis, enzymes in genetic engineering, PCR and RT-PCR, labeling and hybridization, DNA sequencing; cloning strategy; hosts, vectors, DNA digestion and ligation, transformation and transfection, screening and selection, expression of recombinant protein; gene expression analysis; essential bioinformatics; applications in gene expression analysis; essential bioinformatics; applications in genetic engineering.1
2310502ENZYME BIOTECHENZYME BIOTECHNOLOGYThe basic biochemistry of enzyme; industrial production of enzymes from microorganisms, plants and animals, downstream processing of enzymes, improvement of enzyme production, enzyme immobilization, handling and shelf-life; industrial and analytical applications of enzymes; safety assessment, legal and ethical aspects in enzyme applications.3
2310506BIOINFORMATICS IBIOINFORMATICS IIntroduction to bioinformatics, using the internet and operating systems for working with databases, databases for biological research, retrieval of information and submitting sequences to the databases, sequence analysis including nucleotide and amino acid sequence alignments, database searching, phylogenetic analysis, predictive methods for gene structures and protein sequences, analysis and design of protein tertiary structure and nucleic acids, analysis of genome and gene expression in genomic scale.3
2310523GENOM/PROTEOMGENOMICS AND PROTEOMICSGenome features including morphology, classification, gene content and organization; genome analysis; the human genome project and genome projects of model organisms; comparative genomics; analysis of transcriptomes and proteomes by different techniques; and applications.2
2310555GENE ENG LABGENETIC ENGINEERING LABRecombinant DNA technology; extraction, cutting and joining of DNA, transformation; screening of genes of interested genes.2
2312302GENERAL MICROBIOGENERAL MICROBIOLOGYBiological understanding of microbes, bacteria, mold and yeast with respect to their growth, nutrition, metabolism, reproduction and genetics; taxonomic classification, isolation and identification of the microbes from various habitats, application in industry, agriculture, and public health control.3
2312355*VIRO IMMUNOVIROLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGYNature of viruses; morphology; genetics and classification of viruses; isolation and cultivation; mechanism of multiplication; pathogenesis; prevention of viral infection; basics of immune systems; cellular and humoral immune responses; application of immunology in technology; vaccines.3
2312356*VIRO IMMUNO LABVIROLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY LABORATORYCell culture technique; viral quantitation; viral diagnostic; lab animal for immunological research; serum preparation; immunoblotting technique; ELISA technique.1
2312357*MIC PHYS GENETMICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY AND GENETICSStructure, organization and function of genetic material; gene, chromosome, and genome of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; regulation of gene expression; mutations; genetic exchange in bacteria: transformation, conjugation, and transduction, transposable elements, and plasmids; genetic engineering; genomics and metagenomics; functions and regulation of microbial cell structures; physiology of microbial energy, nutrition and growth; microbial metabolism of organic and inorganic substrates; secondary metabolism in fungi; microbial and metabolic interactions between microbes; transportation and translocation of macromolecules; and microbes in extreme environments. 3
2312358*MIC PHYS GENET LABMICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY AND GENETICS LABORATORYDNA isolation and quantification; mutation and selection of mutants; gene transfer; DNA amplification and recombinant DNA technology; electron microscopyof microbial cells protoplast formation and protoplast regeneration; microbial growth profile; amino acid metabolism; enzyme induction and repression; environmental stress shock in bacteria.1
2312371MICROB ECOLOGYMICROBIAL ECOLOGYMicrobial evolution; microbial biodiversity; microbial communities in various habitats; interactions among microbial populations; interactions between microbes, plants, and animals; molecular microbial ecology; bioinformatics for microbial ecology.3
2312372*MICRO INDUS VISITMICROBIAL INDUSTRY VISITIndustrial microbiology; food microbiology; medical microbiology; environmental microbiology; bioresources in microbiology.1
2314335*PROC FOOD BIOT IPROCESSING IN FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY IProcess operation in food biotechnological industries: locations, processes, facilities, raw materials, infrastructures, waste water and waste materials, mass transfer in bioreactor, process scale-up, contamination control in biotechnological processes, food plant sanitation and safety and regulations related to biotechnology processes in industrial scale.3
2314336*PROC FOOD BIOT IIPROCESSING IN FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY IIStatistical process control, artificial intelligence; process design; downstream process: drying , freezing, heating, irradiation, separating and related equipment; packaging.3
2314339*PROC FOOD BIOT LABPROCESSING IN FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORYProduction and quantitative analysis of primary metabolites, wastewater analysis, determination of oxygen mass transfer coefficient in water; extraction and purification of plant extracts, production and purification of secondary metabolites, production of polysaccharide; food plant sanitation.1
2314375*BIOL CHEM BIOTBIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY FOR BIOTECHNOLOGYOccurrence, chemistry, and importance of biological active substances to biotechnology; fermentation and enzyme technology; chemistry and biosynthesis of secondary metabolites; separation and purification; methods of structure determination.3
2314425WATER TR BIO INDWATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR BIOLOGICAL INDUSTRYRaw water quality; water quality; water treatment methods; wastewater characteristics and wastewater treatment methods for biological industry.2
2314434IND MICROBIOINDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGYScope of industrial microbiology; Strain improvement and commercial production of industrial microorganisms; production of various products using microbial activity and fermentation technology; recent trends and selected topics in industrial microbiology.3
2314435*BIOT FOR FOOD INDBIOTECHNOLOGY FOR FOOD INDUSTRYApplication of biotechnology in food industries: seasonings industry, alcoholic beverage industry, food packaging industry, starch processing industry by using enzymes, bacterial polysaccharide industry. 2
2314546FOOD P P DESIGNFOOD PLANT AND PROCESS DESIGNEngineering economics; engineering services; selection of equipment; process instrumentation and control; design and costing of food processing installations.3
2602171BUS CPTS/ETHICSBUSINESS CONCEPTS AND ETHICSConcepts of business and types of business organizations; ethical theories and the role of social values; awareness and development of personal, social, professional, and business responsibilities and ethical behaviors. 3
2602313MGT/ORGANIZATIONMANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONFundamental concepts and characteristics of organization; principles of management; managerial process in organization; organizational culture and external environment; managerial ethics and social responsibilities; major management functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling; techniques in planning and controlling; foundations of human resource management and organizational behavior; group management; motivation; managing in international environment.3
2605311PRIN MKTGPRINCIPLES OF MARKETINGBasic concepts and functions of marketing; marketing environment; marketing information systems and marketing research; consumer behavior; segmentation; selection of targeted market; product positioning; product management; pricing; channels and distribution; logistics management and supply chain; marketing promotions; international marketing; social marketing.3
5503111ENG COMM SCI IENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE IPractice in language skills with emphasis on critical reading, expressing opinions, participating in formal discussions, and making presentations.3
5503122ENG COMM SCI IIENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE IIPractice writing essays and reports on subjects related to science and technology using information obtained from various sources.3
5503213COMM PRES SKIL SCICOMMUNICATION AND PRESENTATION SKILLS FOR SCIENCEPractice in English for oral communication in science-related contexts, participating in group discussions and meetings, and giving oral presentations on science-related topics.3
2312515MIC BIOT INDUS VITWORLD OF MICROBIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MICROBIAL INDUSTRY VISIT Basic concepts and group discussion in microbial biotechnology, and visits to industries of microbiology, food microbiology, medical microbiology, environmental microbiology, and bioresources in microbiology.3
*newly opened course