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Prospective Students


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM IN ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE STUDIES (INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Level Doctoral
Faculty FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE STUDIES
Website http://www.en.mahidol.ac.th/eng/index.html

Degree Designation

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY(ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE STUDIES)

Admission Requirements

1. A candidate must have one of the two following main requirements :
1.1 Candidates should have a Bachelor's degree or be studying in the last semester of
Bachelor's degree in a Science, Engineering, or Social Sciences Programme in any
discipline with ongoing experience or activities related to Environment.
1.2 Candidates should have a Master's degree in any discipline within either a Science, or
Engineering, or Social Sciences Programme.
Experience doing research and being published in an international journal will be a good
advantage.
2. have a minimum grade point average of 3.50
3. submit (3 copies) evidence of scholarly or professional attainments and show satisfactory
research preparation to the Programme Committee
4. exceptions from the above conditions may be granted by the Programme Committee under exceptional circumstances.

Curriculum Structure

For students with Bachelor's degree
Dissertation 72            Credits
Total not less than 72            Credits
For students with Master's degree
Dissertation 48            Credits
Total not less than 48            Credits

Job option after graduation


- Researcher in Environment and Natural Resources
- Expert in Environment and Natural Resources
- Academician and Administrator in Environment and Natural Resources
- Plan and Policy Maker in Environment and Natural Resources
- Lawmaker in Environment and Natural Resources
- Expert and Advisor at the regional, national, and international level
- Chief Executive in business sectors and others which are not government sectors

Course Requirements

Plan 1

Dissertation Credit
ENID898 : DISSERTATION 48
ENID899 : DISSERTATION 72

Programme Lecturer