Study Plan

Study Plan (updated April 27, 2022)

Announcement

Second Semester 2021

Course Timetable

First-Year Students

64XXXXXX23 (Updated: Jan 11, 2022)

Second-Year Students

63XXXXXX23 (Updated: Jan 11, 2022)

Examination Timetable

First-Year Students

64XXXXX23 (Updated: Feb 23, 2022)

Second-Year Students

63XXXXX23 (Updated: Feb 23, 2022)

Course Learning Platform

Course NameSection
Course CoordinatorCommunication
Platform
Learning
Platform
First Year
2301108 CALCULUS II57Monchai Kooakachai, Ph.D.BlackboardTDF
2302102 GEN CHEM II51Assist. Prof. Rojrit Rojanathanes, Ph.D.TDFZoom
2304151 ESSENTIAL PHYSICS52Assist. Prof. Narumon Suwonjandee, Ph.D.BlackboardZoom
2304197 PHYS LAB BIOL51Chatchai Srinitiwarawong, Ph.D.BlackboardTDF
2305101 GEN BIO II51Prof. Supachitra Chadchawan, Ph.D.MS TeamsMS Teams
2305102 GEN BIO LAB II51Assoc. Prof. Pattamawadee Yanatatsaneejit, Ph.D.MS TeamsMS Teams
5503122 ENG COMM SCI II3Ieuan ThomasTDFZoom
5503122 ENG COMM SCI II4Stewart WattGoogle ClassroomTDF
Second Year
2300252 PRIN BIO PROC ENG51Assoc. Prof. Jirarat Anantagool, Ph.D.TDFMyCourseVille
2300253 SCI ETHICS51Sita Virakul, Ph.D.MS TeamsMS Teams
2302203 ORG CHEM LAB53-54Assoc. Prof. Thanit Praneenararat, Ph.D.BlackboardTDF
2302272 ORG CHEM II51Assoc. Prof. Worawan Bhanthumnavin, Ph.D.FB GroupTDF
2305261 GEN GENETICS51Assoc. Prof. Pongtharin Lotrakul, Ph.D.BlackboardZoom

Elective Course Learning Platform

Course NameSection
Course CoordinatorCommunication PlatformLearning Platform
2305262 GEN GENETICS LAB51Assoc. Prof. Pattamawadee Yanatatsaneejit, Ph.D.BlackboardBlackboard

Non-Native Language Course Learning Platform

Non-native language courses will be available for registration on January 10, 2022 onward.

Course NameSection
Course CoordinatorCommunication PlatformLearning Platform
2223001 JP I3Assist. Prof. Voravudhi Chirasombutti, Ph.D.TDFOnline
2231011 FUNDAMENTAL FR I1Natthaporn Kanjanapinyowong, Ph.D.TDFOnline

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General Education Course Learning Platform

General Education Learning Platform

Course Details

First Year

2301108 CALCULUS II

Mathematical 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 credits

2302102 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II

Kinetics; chemical equilibria; acid-base equilibria; redox equilibria; electrochemistry; quantitative analysis by titration; organic chemistry; introduction to biochemistry, green chemistry, polymers and nuclear chemistry.

3 credits

2304151 ESSENTIAL PHYSICS

Basic 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 credits

2304197 PHYSICS LABORATORY FOR BIOLOGISTS

Measurement and uncertainty; graph and statistical analysis; simple harmonic motion; mechanical wave; fluid; heat; electrical measurement; oscilloscope; light; nuclear physics.

1 credit

2305101 GENERAL BIOLOGY II

An 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 groups.

3 credits

2305102 GENERAL BIOLOGY LABORATORY II

Demonstration, experimentation and discussion of fundamental principles of biology utilizing plants as exemplary materials.

1 credit

5503122 ENGLISH COMMUNICATION FOR SCIENCE II

Practice writing essays and reports on subjects related to science and technology using information obtained from various sources.

3 credits

Second Year

2300252 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGICAL PROCESS ENGINEERING

Unit 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 credits

2300253 SCIENCE ETHICS

Laws and regulation on research using microbes, animals and humans; ethics in animal and human research; plagiarism; intellectual property infringement; patent; fabricating data.

1 credit

23002203 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Fundamental 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 credit

2302272 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II

Ethers, epoxides, aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids and functional derivatives of carboxylic acids, amines, phenols, aryl halides, fats, carbohydrates, amino acids and proteins.

3 credits

2305261 GENERAL GENETICS

Physical 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 credits

Elective Courses

2305262 GENERAL GENETICS LABORATORY

Laboratory 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 credit

Non-native Language Courses

2223001 JAPANESE I 

Japanese words and basic sentence patterns; pronunciation, vocabulary usage and greeting expressions.

3 credits

2231011 FUNDAMENTAL FRENCH I

Basic French grammar, vocabulary and expressions used in daily communication.

3 credits