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Master of Science Program in Environmental Management and Technology

วิทยาศาสตรมหาบัณฑิต สาขาวิชาการจัดการสิ่งแวดล้อมและเทคโนโลยีสิ่งแวดล้อม หลักสูตรนานาชาติ (ภาคปกติและภาคพิเศษ)

Overview

Graduates of the Master of Science Program in Environmental Management and Technology will be able to demonstrate moral and ethical behaviors with academic knowledge and skills, especially multidisciplinary research. They will be able to collaborate at the regional level on environmental and natural resources management and related technologies in analysis and diagnosis, but also choose the precise method for environment and natural resources management with the appropriate technology that is related to economic development trends based on sustainability and self-sufficiency. Their efforts in this regard will be beneficial to the country, Asia-Pacific region, and other regions in the world.

Program Philosophy

The Environmental Management and Technology Program (International Program) (Regular and Special Program) will produce graduates with academic and research capabilities, environmental management and technology leadership, morals, and ethics who apply their knowledge to develop useful environmental policies and lead to environmental sustainability in national and international level

Opportunities of the Graduates

  1. Environmentalist
  2. Environmental Operations Manager
  3. Environmental Manager
  4. Environmentalist Auditor
  5. Environmental Advisor

Research Direction

Research project will be consistent with the vision and the mission of the Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies and Mahidol University, including Sustainable Development Goals: SDGs. Guidelines for conducting a research project are as follows:

  1. Environmental Management
  2. Environmental Technology
  3. Green Industry

Program Committee

    Research Interest
Asst.Prof. Dr. Kamalaporn Kanongdate Program Chair 1. Aquatic Ecosystems
2. Biodiversity Assessment and Management
3. Application of Precautionary Principle for Biodiversity Conservation
4. Ecosystem restoration
Asst.Prof.Dr. Piyakarn Teartisup Committee 1. Local Community and the Participation in the Management of Natural Resources
2. Sustainable Wetland Management
3. Social Return on Investment
4. Application of Geoinformatic for Environmental Management
5. Auditor for Sustainable Forest Management (PEFC CoC Auditor/ TIS 14061)
Asst.Prof.Dr. Paramita Punwong Committee 1. Palynology
2. Paleoecology
3. Plant Taxonomy
4. Plant Ecology
Dr. Narin Boontanon Secretary 1. Environmental Innovation
2. Micro Pollutants in Environment
3. Biogeochemistry
Ms. Wassamon Chansomvong Assistant
Structure

Study Plan


The curriculum structure is set in compliance with Announcement of Ministry of Education on the subject of Criteria and Standards of Graduate Studies 2015, Master Degree, Plan A, A2 (Thesis) and Plan B (Thematic paper) as below:
  Plan A, A (2) Plan B
Preparation course none credit (Audit/ AU) none credit (Audit/ AU)
Required Course 18 credits 18 credits
Elective Courses (not less than) 6 credits 12 credits
Thesis 12 credits -
Thematic Paper - 6 credits
Total (not less than) 36 credits 36 credits



Soft Skill




Teaching Schedule


Teaching Schedule
  1. Regular program (Plan A, A2): Weekdays (Monday to Friday)
  2. Special program (Plan B): Weekends (Saturday to Sunday)

Year 1


Plan A, A2 Plan B
Summer course (Total = - credit (AU)) Summer course (Total = - credit (AU))
ENMT 630 Fundamental of Environmental and Natural Resource Management ENMT 630 Fundamental of Environmental and Natural Resource Management
Semester 1 (Total 12 credits) Semester 1 (Total 12 credits)
ENMT 631 Industrial Ecology and System Approach
ENMT 632 Environmental Risk Management
ENMT 633 Applied Economics for Natural Resource Sustainability
ENMT 634 Holistic Resources Inventory and Environmental Survey
ENMT 631 Industrial Ecology and System Approach
ENMT 632 Environmental Risk Management
ENMT 633 Applied Economics for Natural Resource Sustainability
ENMT 634 Holistic Resources Inventory and Environmental Survey
Semester 2 (Total 12 credits) Semester 2 (Total 12 credits)
ENMT 635 Environmental Management and Technology in Practicum
ENMT 636 Integrated Research for Environmental Management and Technology
ENMT 6XX Elective 1
ENMT 6XX Elective 2
ENMT 635 Environmental Management and Technology in Practicum
ENMT 636 Integrated Research for Environmental Management and Technology
ENMT 6XX Elective 1
ENMT 6XX Elective 2



Year 2


Semester 1 (Total 9 credits) Semester 1 (Total 9 credits)
ENMT 698 Thesis 9 credits ENMT 6XX Elective 3
ENMT 6XX Elective 4
ENMT 697 Thematic Paper 3 credits
Semester 2 (Total 3 credits) Semester 2 (Total 3 credits)
ENMT 698 Thesis 3 credits


ENMT 697 Thematic Paper 3 credits


TOTAL=36 CREDITS TOTAL=36 CREDITS



Course Code Explanation


  •  Two first letters: EN, represent the abbreviated name of the faculty (FERS/MU)
  •  The third and fourth letters: MT, represent the abbreviated name of the Program (Environmental Management and Technology).
  •  The first numbers (6xx) represent the postgraduate Program level.
  •  The 3 numbers in the brackets show the number of hours/week (theory-practice-self-study):
    Theory 1 credit = 1 hour of lecture + 2 hours of self-study
    Practice 1 credit = 2 hours of practice work + 1 hour of self-study
    Self-study = number of hours of independent study per week

Study Plan


The curriculum structure is set in compliance with Announcement of Ministry of Education on the subject of Criteria and Standards of Graduate Studies 2015, Master Degree, Plan A, A2 (Thesis) and Plan B (Thematic paper)

Student appeal procedure


An appeal procedure is provided in the form of letters, which are sent through email or handed-in. Personal contact directly to program director or coordinator is available in official time.
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