Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Prospective Students


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM IN EXERCISE SCIENCE(INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Level Doctoral
Faculty FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Website http://www.sc.mahidol.ac.th
Revision Date October 12, 2012

Degree Designation

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY(EXERCISE SCIENCE)

Additional advantages of the programme

The programme has been revised recently (June 2012). Please check the curriculum structure and
course lists for details. Furthermore, the program has collaborative agreements with many Faculties
and Institutes at Mahidol University as well as overseas. Students have the opportunity to do research
work at any of these collaborating institutions. The program emphasizes high quality research on
responses to exercise and exercise training from the molecular level to the whole body in human and
animal.

Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

1. hold a Bachelor' s degree in all fields of Science, and Medical Science such as Physical
Therapy, Medical Technology, Nursing, Medicine, Veterinaty Medicine/Veterinary Science,
Dentistry, and Physical Education with GPA no less than 3.50, or
2. hold a Master' s degree in all fields of Science or other related fields with GPA no less
than 3.50, or
3. be students in Master program who intend to change the student status to a doctoral
student provided that they have already taken and passed course work at the Master' s
degree level no less than two third (2/3) of the number of credits in required courses
and have received a GPA of no less than 3.50 with approvals from Master program
committee and Doctoral program committee as well as the Dean of the Faculty of
Graduate Studies.
4. exceptions from the above requirements may be made by the Programme Committee and
the Dean of Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Curriculum Structure

For students with Bachelor's degree
Required courses 21            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 3            Credits
Dissertation 48            Credits
Total not less than 72            Credits
For students with Master's degree
Required courses 8            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 4            Credits
Dissertation 36            Credits
Total not less than 48            Credits

Job option after graduation

1. Professor in the university.
2. Researchers.
3. Exercise Science Specialists.

Course Requirements

Plan 2

Required Courses Credit
   For students with Bachelor's degree
GRID603 : BIOSTATISTICS 3
SCID502 : CELL SCIENCE 2
SCID518 : GENERIC SKILLS IN SCIENCE RESEARCH 1
SCPS631 : SYSTEMS PHYSIOLOGY 4
SCPS636 : SEMINAR IN EXERCISE SCIENCE I 1
SCPS637 : SEMINAR IN EXERCISE SCIENCE II 1
SCPS638 : EXERCISE GENOMICS 3
SCPS661 : PHYSICAL FITNESS TESTING AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION 3
SCPS664 : ADVANECED EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY 3
   FOR STUDENTS WITH MASTER'S DEGREE
SCPS636 : SEMINAR IN EXERCISE SCIENCE I 1
SCPS637 : SEMINAR IN EXERCISE SCIENCE II 1
SCPS638 : EXERCISE GENOMICS 3
SCPS661 : PHYSICAL FITNESS TESTING AND EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION 3
Elective Courses Credit
   For students with Bachelor's degree
PTPT625 : SPORT BIOMECHANICS AND CLINICAL APPLICATION 3
RANU601 : NUTRITION SCIENCES 4
SCID500 : CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 3
SCID506 : CONCEPTS OF MOLECULAR BIOSCIENCE 2
SCID511 : GENE TECHNOLOGY 1
SCID512 : RECEPTOR BINDING AND ENZYME KINETIC ASSAYS 1
SCID514 : ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 1
SCPS630 : SCIENTIFIC PAPER ANALYSIS 1
SCPS639 : LABORATORY METHODS IN PHYSIOLOGY 1
SCPS663 : PRACTICUM IN EXERCISE FOR HEALTH 3
   FOR STUDENTS WITH MASTER'S DEGREE
PTPT625 : SPORT BIOMECHANICS AND CLINICAL APPLICATION 3
RANU601 : NUTRITION SCIENCES 4
SCID500 : CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 3
SCID506 : CONCEPTS OF MOLECULAR BIOSCIENCE 2
SCID511 : GENE TECHNOLOGY 1
SCID512 : RECEPTOR BINDING AND ENZYME KINETIC ASSAYS 1
SCID514 : ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 1
SCPS630 : SCIENTIFIC PAPER ANALYSIS 1
SCPS639 : LABORATORY METHODS IN PHYSIOLOGY 1
SCPS663 : PRACTICUM IN EXERCISE FOR HEALTH 3
Dissertation Credit
   For students with Bachelor's degree
SCPS799 : DISSERTATION 48
   FOR STUDENTS WITH MASTER'S DEGREE
SCPS699 : DISSERTATION 36