Thursday, 18 October 2018

Prospective Students


DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING(INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Level Doctoral
Faculty FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Website https://www.eg.mahidol.ac.th/dept/egen/

Degree Designation

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY(ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING)

Additional advantages of the programme

Mission of Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Program is to develop highly qualified and committed professionals in skill, knowledge and capability for the integration of both Environmental and Water Resources Engineering fileds. Both disciplines will be used to achieve the targets and solving the real life problems in Thailand and around the World. Graduates will be consolidated to be experts for synthesizing, designing, evaluating and adapting the tools in both fields for innovation or extension of research and new technologies. Moreover, the graduates have to respond to society and the country by virtue and moral values.

Admission Requirements

Qualification of applicants for plan 1.1
(1) Masters degree in Engineering, Science and related fields from certified academic institutions
(2) A cumulative GPA of at least 3.50
(3) Experience in research works and capability to work for PhD research through submitting
documents such as draft of research paper or at least one paper from proceeding of an
international conference
(4) Any other requirement  from the program committee

Qualification of applicants for plan 1.2
(1) Bachelor degree in Engineering, Science and related fields from certified academic institutions
(2) A cumulative GPA of at least 3.50
(3) Experience in research works and capability to work for PhD research by attached documents
such as draft of research paper or at least one paper from proceeding of an international
conference
(4) Any other requirement  from the program committee

Qualification for applicants for plan 2.1
(1) asters degree in Engineering, Science and related fields from certified academic institutions
(2) A cumulative GPA of at least 3.50
(3) Any other requirement  from the program committee

Qualification for applicants for plan  2.2
(1) Bachelor  degree in Engineering, Science and related fields from certified academic institutions
(2) A cumulative GPA of at least 3.50
(3) Any other requirement  from the program committee

Curriculum Structure

Plan 1
For students with Master's Degree
Dissertation 48            Credits
Total not less than 48            Credits
For students with Bachelor's Degree
Dissertaion 72            Credits
Total not less than 72            Credits
Plan 2
For students with Master's Degree
Required Courses 6            Credits
Total not less than 6            Credits
Dissertation 36            Credits
Total not less than 48            Credits
For students with Bachelor's Degree
Required Courses 12            Credits
Elective Courses not less than 12            Credits
Dissertation 48            Credits
Total not less than 72            Credits

Job option after graduation

1) Environmental or Sanitary Engineer with the expertise to work for government agencies and private
companies in relation to environmental engineering
2) Water Resource Engineer with the expertise to work for government agencies and private
companies in relation to water resource engineering
3) Researchers, academic experts who are highly skilled and capable in applying knowledge from
Environmental and Water resource engineering for the research and development
4) Consultants to motivate the process of developing policy, laws and regulations for government in
Environmental and Water resource Engineering
5) Business ventures in the  Environmental and Water Resource Engineering fields

Course Requirements

Plan 1

Dissertation Credit
   For students with Bachelor's degree
EGEW899 : DISSERTATION 72
   FOR STUDENTS WITH MASTER'S DEGREE
EGEW898 : DISSERTATION 48

Plan 2

Required Courses Credit
   For students with Bachelor's degree
EGEW611 : ADVANCED RESEARCH IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 3
EGEW612 : EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND MODELING 3
EGEW621 : WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY ASSESSMENT : BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 3
EGEW622 : POLLUTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL 3
   FOR STUDENTS WITH MASTER'S DEGREE
EGEW611 : ADVANCED RESEARCH IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 3
EGEW612 : EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND MODELING 3
Elective Courses Credit
EGEW531 : PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROCESSES 3
EGEW532 : BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES 3
EGEW533 : CLEAN TECHNOLOGY 3
EGEW534 : MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY 3
EGEW535 : WASTE REUSE AND RECYCLING 3
EGEW536 : PRINCIPLES OF TOXICOLOGY 3
EGEW537 : SOIL POLLUTION ENGINEERING 3
EGEW538 : AIR POLLUTION MODELING AND APPLICATIONS 3
EGEW539 : LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT 3
EGEW540 : MICROPOLLUTANTS CONTROL ENGINEERING 3
EGEW541 : APPLIED WASTEWATER MICROBIOLOGY 3
EGEW542 : SEDIMENT AND POLLUTANT TRANSPORT 3
EGEW543 : FLOOD AND DROUGHT MANAGEMENT 3
EGEW544 : RESERVOIR SYSTEM PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT 3
EGEW545 : HYDROINFORMATICS IN WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 3
EGEW546 : IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON ENVIRONMENT AND WATER RESOURCES 3
EGEW547 : GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 3
EGEW548 : REMOTE SENSING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 3
EGEW549 : SPECIAL STUDY 3
EGEW550 : ECO-EFFICIENT ENGINEERING 3
EGEW551 : ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 3
EGEW552 : STOCHASTIC PREDICTION MODEL OF WATER RESOURCES DATA 3
EGEW553 : NATURAL DISASTER PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT FOR WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING 3
EGEW554 : GEOINFORMATICS FOR WATERSHED MANAGEMENT 3
Dissertation Credit
   For students with Bachelor's degree
EGEW799 : DISSERTATION 48
   FOR STUDENTS WITH MASTER'S DEGREE
EGEW699 : DISSERTATION 36