Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Prospective Students


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM IN BIOLOGY(INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Level Doctoral
Faculty FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Website http://www.sc.mahidol.ac.th
Revision Date December 11, 2015

Degree Designation

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY(BIOLOGY)

Additional advantages of the programme

1. All qualified students will obtain scholarship for the first year.
2. The graduates can apply for job in both government and private sectors.

Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

1. have completed a bachelor's degree in biology, bioscience or related fields, with a grade print
average of least 3.50
2. have completed a master's degree in biology, bioscience or related fields, with a grade print
average of least 3.50
3. fulfill the requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies;
4. exemption from the above conditions may be granted by the Programme Committee under
exceptional Circumstances.

Curriculum Structure

For students with Bachelor's degree
Required Courses 14            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 10            Credits
Dissertation 48            Credits
Total not less than 72            Credits
For students with Master's degree
Required Courses 6            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 6            Credits
Dissertation 36            Credits
Total not less than 48            Credits

Job option after graduation

1. Lecturer in the related fields of science and technology.
2. Researcher in of science and technology.
3. Executive / Strategy Manager in of science and technology.
4. Academic expert in related field at S&T

Course Requirements

Plan 2

Required Courses Credit
   For students with Bachelor's degree
SCBI582 : CURRENT TOPICS IN BIOLOGY 2
SCBI626 : BIOLOGY LABORATORY TEACHING PRACTICE 1
SCBI631 : RESEARCH SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY I 1
SCBI632 : RESEARCH SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY II 1
SCBI633 : RESEARCH SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY III 1
SCBI634 : RESEARCH SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY IV 1
SCID500 : CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 3
SCID502 : CELL SCIENCE 2
SCID503 : SYSTEMIC BIOSCIENCE 3
SCID505 : SYSTEMATIC ECOLOGY AND DISEASE EMERGENCE 3
SCID506 : CONCEPTS OF MOLECULAR BIOSCIENCE 2
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
SCID518 : GENERIC SKILLS IN SCIENCE RESEARCH 1
   For students with Master's degree
SCBI626 : BIOLOGY LABORATORY TEACHING PRACTICE 1
SCBI633 : RESEARCH SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY III 1
SCBI634 : RESEARCH SEMINAR IN BIOLOGY IV 1
SCID502 : CELL SCIENCE 2
SCID503 : SYSTEMIC BIOSCIENCE 3
SCID505 : SYSTEMATIC ECOLOGY AND DISEASE EMERGENCE 3
SCID506 : CONCEPTS OF MOLECULAR BIOSCIENCE 2
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
Elective Courses Credit
SCBI501 : MOLECULAR ENTOMOLOGY 3
SCBI502 : MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY 3
SCBI504 : INTRODUCTION TO MALACOLOGY 3
SCBI506 : INSECT TAXONOMY 3
SCBI508 : CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 3
SCBI509 : BIOLOGY OF INSECTS 3
SCBI514 : FIELD METHODS IN MALACOLOGY 2
SCBI516 : COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF MOLLUSKS 3
SCBI530 : CONSERVATION BIOLOGY 3
SCBI532 : BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOBIOLOGY 3
SCBI539 : TECHNIQUES IN ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION 2
SCBI540 : BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY 3
SCBI545 : CYTOGENETICS 3
SCBI546 : POPULATION AND ECOLOGICAL GENETICS 3
SCBI572 : MOLECULAR PARASITOLOGY 3
SCBI574 : IMMUNOLOGICAL PARASITOLOGY 3
SCBI578 : TECHNIQUES IN CELL AND TISSUE CULTURE 3
SCBI579 : RESEARCH TECHNIQUES IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 2
SCBI581 : SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN BIOLOGY 2
SCBI607 : EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS 3
SCBI609 : MOLECULAR GENETICS 3
SCID516 : BIOSTATISTICS 3
Dissertation Credit
SCBI699 : DISSERTATION 36
SCBI799 : DISSERTATION 48