SECOND SEMESTER ACADEMIC YEAR 2021

Study Plan

Study Plan (Updated May 24, 2021)

Announcement

Course Withdrawal During COVID-19 Outbreak

Course Timetable

First Semester 2021

First-Year Students

64XXXXXX23 (Updated: July 19, 2021)

Second-Year Students

63XXXXXX23 (Updated: July 19, 2021)

Examination Timetable

First Semester 2021

First-Year Students

64XXXXXX23 (Updated: November 29, 2021)

Second-Year Students

63XXXXXX23 (Updated: August 27, 2021)

Course Learning Platform

First Semester 2021

Course NameSection
Course CoordinatorCommunication PlatformLearning Platform
First Year
2301107 CALCULUS I57Assist. Prof. Teeraphong Phongpattanacharoen, Ph.D.LINE OpenChatZoom
2302101 GEN CHEM I51Assist. Prof. Rojrit Rojanathanes, Ph.D.BlackboardZoom
2302103 GEN CHEM LAB53-54Assoc. Prof. Somsak Pianwanit, Ph.D.BlackboardZoom
2303101 GEN BIO I51Assist. Prof. Nipada R. Disyatat, Ph.D.TDFZoom
2303102 GEN BIO LAB I51Assist. Prof. Sittiporn Pattaradilokrat, Ph.D.Facebook GroupOnline
5503111 ENG COMM SCI I3-4TDFTDFOnline
Second Year
2300251 CON & ISSUES BIOTECH51Assoc. Prof. Naraporn Somboonna, Ph.D.MS TeamsTDF
2301170 COMP PROG51Assist. Prof. Dittaya Wanvarie, Ph.D.MS TeamsMS Teams
2301172 COMP PROG LAB51-52Assist. Prof. Dittaya Wanvarie, Ph.D.MS TeamsMS Teams
2301286 PROB/STAT51Monchai Kooakachai, Ph.D.Line GroupZoom
2302271 ORG CHEM I51Prof. Khanitha Pudhom, Ph.D.BlackboardZoom
5503213 COMM PRES SKIL SCI3-4TDFTDFOnline

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General Education Course Learning Platform

General Education Learning Platform

Course Details

First Semester 2021

First Year

2301107 CALCULUS

Limit, continuity, differentiation and integration of real-valued functions of a real variable and their applications; techniques of integration; improper integrals.

3 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2301107 Syllabus

2302101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I

Structure 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 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2302101 Syllabus

2302103 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Standard solution preparations; quantitative analysis; electrochemistry; enthalpy of solution and reaction; chemical kinetics; spectroscopy; qualitative analysis.

1 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2302101 Syllabus

2303101 GENERAL BIOLOGY I

An 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 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2303101 Syllabus

2303102 GENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY I

Experiments and practices in microscope, cell, animal tissue, animal organ systems, homeostasis, nervous system, reproduction, development, evolution, diversity of life, ecology, and behavior.

1 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2303102 Syllabus

5503111 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE I 

Practice in language skills with emphasis on critical reading, expressing opinions, participating in formal discussions, and making presentations.

3 credits

Instructor:

TDF

5503111 Syllabus (Update soon)

Second Year

2300251 CONCEPTS AND ISSUES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

Concept 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 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2300251 Syllabus

2301170 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING

Basic concepts of computer systems; basic concepts of programming; computer ethics and security; applications.

3 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2301170 Syllabus

2301172 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING LABORATORY

Basic programming and applications.

1 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2301172 Syllabus

2301286 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

Basic 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 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2301286 Syllabus

2302271 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

Structures 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 credits

Instructor:

TDF

2302271 Syllabus

5503213 COMMUNICATION AND PRESENTATION SKILLS FOR SCIENCE

Practice in English for oral communication in science-related contexts, participating in group discussions and meetings, and giving oral presentations on science-related topics.

3 credits

Instructor:

TDF

5503111 Syllabus (Update soon)