Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Prospective Students


MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAM IN EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY(INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Level Master's
Faculty FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Website http://www.sc.mahidol.ac.th
Revision Date November 18, 2015

Degree Designation

MASTER OF SCIENCE(EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY)

Additional advantages of the programme

The programme has been revised recently (June 2009). Please check the curriculum structure and
course lists for details.

Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

1. Those having completed a course of a study with good academic performance in Bachelor of
Science or related field including Physical therapy, Occupational Therapy, Sport Sciences,
Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Radiation techniques,
Medical Technology and Public Health.
2. have a grade point average of at least 2.50
3. Exemption from which the above conditions may be granted by the Programme Committee and
the Dean of Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Curriculum Structure

Required Courses 16            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 8            Credits
Thesis 12            Credits

Course Requirements

Plan A2

Required Courses Credit
GRID603 : BIOSTATISTICS 3
SCID502 : CELL SCIENCE 2
SCID518 : GENERIC SKILLS IN SCIENCE RESEARCH 1
SCPS655 : SEMINAR IN PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE 1
SCPS661 : PHYSICAL FITNESS TESTING AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION 3
SCPS663 : PRACTICUM IN EXERCISE FOR HEALTH 3
SCPS664 : ADVANECED EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY 3
Elective Courses Credit
SCID500 : CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 3
SCID507 : MICROSCOPIC TECHNIQUE 1
SCID508 : BIOMOLECULAR AND SPECTROSCOPY TECHNIQUES 1
SCID509 : SEPARATION TECHNIQUES 1
SCID510 : IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS 1
SCID511 : GENE TECHNOLOGY 1
SCID512 : RECEPTOR BINDING AND ENZYME KINETIC ASSAYS 1
SCID513 : ANIMAL CELL CULTURE TECHNIQUES 1
SCID514 : ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 1
SCPS630 : SCIENTIFIC PAPER ANALYSIS 1
SCPS631 : SYSTEMS PHYSIOLOGY 4
SCPS638 : EXERCISE GENOMICS 3
SCPS639 : LABORATORY METHODS IN PHYSIOLOGY 1
Thesis Credit
SCPS698 : THESIS 12