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Study Plan

Study Plan (updated July 6, 2022)

Class Timetable

First Semester 2022

Required Courses

CourseSectionDateTime_______LocationMidterm_ExamFinal_Exam_CoordinatorCommunication Platform
First Year
2301107
CALCULUS I
57TUE10.00–12.00SCI05 401Oct 6, 2022
13.00–16.00
Nov 30, 2022
13.00–16.00
Wasamon Jantai, Ph.D.
WED09.00–10.00SCI05 301
2302101
GEN CHEM I
51MON10.00–12.00MHMK 207Oct 3, 2022
08.30–10.30
Oct 3, 2022
08.30–10.30
Assist. Prof. Rojrit Rojanathanes, Ph.D.
TUE09.00–10.00MHMK 207
2302103
GEN CHEM LAB
53FRI13.00–16.00*MHMK 801TDFNov 29, 2022
13.00–15.00
Assoc. Prof. Somsak Pianwanit, Ph.D.
54FRI13.00–16.00*MHMK 803
2303101
GEN BIO I
51MON09.00–10.00SCI05 302 Oct 5, 2022
09.00–12.00
Nov 28, 2022
09.00–12.00
Assist. Prof. Nipada R. Disyatat, Ph.D.
WED10.00–12.00SCI05 301
2303102
GEN BIO LAB I
51THU09.00–12.00*MHMK 409Oct 6, 2022
09.00–11.00
Dec 1, 2022
09.00–11.00
Assist. Prof. Sittiporn Pattaradilokrat, Ph.D.
5503111
ENG COMM SC I
3TUE13.00–16.00SCI05 301Oct 7, 2022
13.00–15.00
Dec 2, 2022
13.00–15.00
TDF
4TUE13.00–16.00SCI05 401
Second Year
2300251
CON ISSUES BIOTECH
51MON09.00–10.00SCI05 401No ExamNo ExamAssoc. Prof. Naraporn Somboonna, Ph.D.MS Teams
FRI09.00–11.00SCI05 402
2301170
COMP PROG
51TUE13.00–15.00SCI05 402Oct 4, 2022
08.30–11.30
Dec 6, 2022
08.30–11.30
Naruemon Pratanwanich, Ph.D.
FRI08.00–09.00SCI05 401
2301172
COMP PROG LAB
51TUE10.00–12.00*MHVH 508/1Sep 27, 2022
10.00–12.00
Nov 22, 2022
10.00–12.00
Assist. Prof. Dittaya Wanvarie, Ph.D.
52WED08.00–10.00*MHVH 508/1Sep 28, 2022
08.00–10.00
Nov 23, 2022
08.00–10.00
2301286
PROB/STAT
52TUE15.00–16.30SCI05 402Oct 7, 2022
08.30–11.30
Nov 29, 2022
13.00–16.00
Monchai Kooakachai, Ph.D.
FRI13.00–14.30SCI05 402
2302271
ORG CHEM I
51WED10.30–12.00TAB 222Oct 5, 2022
08.30–10.30
Nov 30, 2022
13.00–15.00
Assoc. Prof. Worawan Bhanthumnavin, Ph.D.
FRI14.30–16.00MHMK 207
5503213
COMM PRES SKIL SCI
3WED13.00–16.00SCI05 302Oct 5, 2022
13.00–15.00
Dec 7, 2022
13.00–15.00
TDF
4WED13.00–16.00SCI05 402
Third Year
2300351
BIOTECH FRONT PL ANI BREED
51MON10.00–12.00SCI05 301Oct 9, 2022
09.00–11.00
Dec 8, 2022
09.00–11.00
Wacharaporn Tiyasatkulkovit, D.V.M., Ph.D.MS Teams
THU11.00–12.00SCI05 301
2300363
TREND BIOTECH
51MON08.00–09.00SCI05 301TDFTDFAssist. Prof. Kanogwan Seraypheap, Ph.D.MS Teams
TUE08.00–09.00SCI05 301
2310310
GEN BIOCHEM
51MON09.00–10.00SCI05 301Oct 7, 2022
13.00–16.00
Dec 1, 2022
08.30–11.30
Pattana Jaroenlak, Ph.D.
TUE09.00–10.00SCI05 301
THU09.00–10.00SCI05 301
2310360
GEN BIOCHEM LAB
51WED09.00–12.00*SCI10 504Oct 3, 2022
13.00–15.00
Dec 2, 2022
08.30–10.30
Pawinee Panpetch, Ph.D.
2312302
GEN MICROBIO
51TUE10.00–11.00SCI05 301Oct 4, 2022
08.30–11.30
Dec 8, 2022
13.00–16.00
Nuttapon Pombubpa, Ph.D.Line Group
THU10.00–11.00SCI05 301
TUE13.00–16.00*MHVH 1404A

Remark: *Laboratory class

Required Elective Courses

CourseSectionDateTime_______LocationMidterm_ExamFinal_Exam_CoodinatorCommunication Platform
Group 1
2300361
INTRO MOL BIOTECH
51TUE11.00–12.00SCI05 302TDFTDFAssoc. Prof. Kuakarun Krusong, Ph.D.MS Teams
Group 2
2300261
INDUS ADMIN MANAGE
51MON13.00-14.00SCI05 301TDFTDFOrathai Boondamnoen, Ph.D.
2602313
MGT/ORGANIZATION
53FRI09.00–12.00MHMK 203TDFTDFThiraput Pitichat, Ph.D.
Group 3
2314335
PROC FOOD BIOTEC I
51TUE11.00–12.00SCI05 301TDFTDFAssoc. Prof. Cheunjit Prakitchaiwattana, Ph.D.
FRI09.00–11.00SCI05 301

Elective Courses

CourseSectionDateTime_______LocationMidterm_ExamFinal_Exam_Coordinator
2303425
FRONT ANI BIOTEC
51MON14.00–16.00SCI05 301Oct 6, 2022
13.00–16.00
Dec 7, 2022
13.00–16.00
Wacharaporn Tiyasatkulkovit, D.V.M., Ph.D.
WED13.00–14.00SCI05 301
2300301
COMP SKILL BIOINFO
51MON14.00–16.00MATH 809/3TDFTDFAssist. Prof. Monnat Pongpanich, Ph.D.
THU13.00–16.00*MATH 809/3TDFTDF
2312515
MIC BIOT INDUST VIS
51FRI13.00–16.00SCI05 301TDFTDFSita Virakul, Ph.D.
Assoc. Prof. Naraporn Somboonna, Ph.D.
2305481
PLANT BIOTECH
51MON13.00–14.00SCI05 305TDFTDFAssoc. Prof. Sehanat Prasongsuk, Ph.D.
THU13.00–14.00SCI05 305
2300500
TECHNOPRENEURSHIP
51THU13.00–16.00TAB 230TDFTDFProf. Supawan Tantayanon, Ph.D.
2314375
BIOL CHEM BIOT
51WED08.00–09.00TAB 229TDFTDFAssoc. Prof. Inthawoot Suppavorasatit, Ph.D.
THU08.00–09.00TAB 229
FRI08.00–09.00TAB 229

Remark: *Laboratory class
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General Education Courses

Course List and Details

Course Details

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(3-0-6) credits

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(3-0-6) credits

2302103 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

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

1(0-3-0) credit

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(3-0-6) credits

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(0-3-0) credit

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(2-2-5) credits

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(3-0-6) credits

2301170 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING

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

3(3-0-6) credits

2301172 COMPUTER AND PROGRAMMING LABORATORY

Basic programming and applications.

1(0-2-1) credit

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(3-0-6) credits

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(3-0-6) credits

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(2-2-5) credits

Third Year

2300351  BIOTECHNOLOGICAL FRONTIER IN PLANT AND ANIMAL BREEDING

Reproduction 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(3-0-6) credits

2300363 TREND IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

Current progress of research and development in biotechnology their applications in various fields as well as impacts of biotechnological development.

2(2-0-4) credits

2310310 GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY

Basic 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(3-0-6) credits

2310360 GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Laboratories 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(0-3-0) credit

2312302 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

Biological 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(2-3-4) credits

Required Elective Course Details

2300361  INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Introduction 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(3-0-6) credits

2300261   INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

Introduction to manufacturing operation; manufacturing management; scientific management; theory of motivation and leadership; principles of manufacturing design and control.

1(1-0-2) credit

2602313  MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION

Fundamental 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(3-0-6) credits

2314335  PROCESSING IN FOOD BIOTECHNOLOGY I

Process 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(3-0-6) credits

Elective Course Details

2303425  FRONTIERS IN ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Improvement of animal products; animal biotechnological production; safety and quality assurance of animal-based production; industrial or pharmaceutical applications; farm animal biotechnology; animal genetics and breeding; animal nutrition; animal reproduction; the diagnosis of disease and vaccine development; tissue engineering; animal conservation.

3(3-0-6) credits

2300301  COMPUTER SKILLS IN BIOINFORMATICS

Data structures; file input and output; sequential statements; if statements; loop; arithmetic operations; shell scripts; basic Linux operating system commands for bioinformatics work.

3(2-3-4) credits

2308351  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE I

Mankind 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(3-0-6) credits

2308359  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LABORATORY

Study of standard methods for examination of environmental quality: water, soil, air, and noise.

1(0-3-0) credit

2312515  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(3-0-6) credits

2305481  PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY

Principles 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(2-0-4) credits

2300500  TECHNOPRENEURSHIP

Relationship 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(3-0-6) credits

2314375  BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Occurrence, 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(3-0-6) credits

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