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.

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

Opportunities of the Graduates

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

Program Committee

Advisor

Assoc.Prof.Dr. Kitikorn Charmondusit
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Somrat Kerdsuwan

Program committee

Dr. Kamalaporn Kanongdate Program Chair
Asst.Prof.Dr. Piyakarn Teartisup Committee
Asst.Prof.Dr. Paramita Punwong Committee
Dr. Ratchaphong Klinsrisuk Committee
Dr. Poonperm Vardhanabindu Committee
Dr. Narin Boontanon Secretary
Ms. Palin Chaweekaewdee Assistant

  • Structure
  • Curriculum
  • Fees & Funding
  • Future Career
  • Current Student
  • Contact

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 606 Integrated Research for Environmental Management and Technology
ENMT 6XX Elective 1
ENMT 6XX Elective 2
ENMT 605 Research Methodology and Advanced Statistics
ENMT 606 Practices of 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.

Courses in the curriculum

1) Preparation course


    Credits (lecture-laboratory-self-study)
ENMT630* Fundamental of Environmental and Natural Resource Management 1 (1-0-2)



2) Required Courses


    Credits (lecture-laboratory-self-study)
ENMT 631 Industry Ecology and System Approach 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 603 Humankind and Global Environment 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 632* Environmental Risk Management 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 633 Applied Economics for Natural Resource Sustainability 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 634 Holistic Resources Inventory and Environmental Survey 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 635 Environmental Management and Technology in Practicum 3(0-6-3)
ENMT 636 Integrated Research for Environmental Management and Technology 3(3-0-6)

* New subject

3) Elective Courses


    Credits (lecture-laboratory-self-study)
ENMT 637 Environmental Management Systems 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 638 Energy Management System Standard 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 639 Occupational and Health Management System 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 640 Food Safety Management System 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 641 Sustainable Forest Management Standard System 3(3-0-6)
ENMT642 Social Responsibility Standardization and Sustainable Development Goals 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 643 Sustainable Events Standard 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 644 Environmental Communication for Social Change 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 645/td> Solid and Hazardous Waste Management 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 646 Technology for Water Quality Management 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 647 Soil Resource and Land Use for Sustainable Industry 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 648 Biodiversity Conservation and Management 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 649 Ecosystem Restoration 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 650 Sustainability and Ecosystem Health 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 651 Climate Change and its Impact 3(3-0-6)
ENMT 652 Disaster Management 3(3-0-6)



4) Thesis (Plan A, A2)


ENMT 698 Thesis 12(0-48-0)



5) Thematic paper (only for Plan B)


ENMT 697 Thematic Paper 6(0-24-0)

Tuition Fee & Funding

1) Tuition Fee


Descriptions Total
Year 1
Year 2
  Amount Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 1 Semester 2
1. Education Services Fee @ 9,300 Baht/Year 20,000 5,700 4,300 5,700 4,300
2. Student Activities Fee @ 250 Baht/Semester 1,000 250 250 250 250
3. Graduate Studies Fee @ 750 Baht/Semester 3,000 750 750 750 750
4. Internet Service @ 300 Baht/Semester 1,200 300 300 300 300
5. Graduate Tuition 24 Cr. @ 9000 Baht/Cr 216,000 108,000 108,000 0 0
6. GRID 512 Research Ethics 1 Cr. @1,800 Baht/Cr 1,800 0 1,800 0 0
7. Thesis Registration (Baht) 18,000 0 0 18,000 0
8. Research Supplies Fee (Baht) 150,000 0 0 150,000 0
9. Field Study Fee (Baht) 50,000 0 50,000 0 0
10. Tuition Fee for ENMT 630 Fundamental of Environmental and Natural Resource Management 1 Cr. @ 9000 Baht/Cr *register with condition 9,000 9,000 0 0 0
Total (Baht) (Thai students) 461,000 115,000 165,400 175,000 5,600
+ Tuition Fee for ENMT 630* 470,000* 124,000*      
11. Health Insurance @ 7,000 Baht/Year 7,000 3,500 0 3,500 0
Total (Baht) (Foreign students) 468,000 118,500 165,400 178,500 5,600
+ Tuition Fee for ENMT 630* 477,000* 127,500*      

*1 USD = 31.78 THB (in May 2018)
**MU-CIRB fee may be included. (It depends on student's interest.)
***Soft skills fee may be included. (It depends on student's interest.)
****The program provides these following scholarships for students.
1) To support partial finance of graduate tuition fee by reducing down to 3,600 Baht/Cr
2) To support partial finance of research supplies fee by reducing down to 75,000 Baht/Cr
3) To support partial finance for thesis.
4) To support partial finance for conference/publication.

2) Funding


  • Partial Financial Support for Graduate Tuition Fee almost 50%
  • Partial Financial Support for Thesis
  • Partial Financial Support for Conference/Publication
  • Environmentalist
  • Environmental Operations Manager
  • Environmental Manager
  • Environmentalist Auditor
  • Environmental Advisor

Current Student


Latest update 2 March 2020
No.   Name (Nationality) Thesis Title
1. Ms. Hnin Wai Phyo
(Myanmar)
MYANMAR COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN WASTE RECYCLING: A CASE STUDY OF MYANMAR AND MON MIGRANTS IN KHOK KHAM SUB DISTRICT, SAMUT SAKHON PROVINCE, THAILAND
2. Ms. Cai Juan
(Chinese)
THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING PACKAGE ON LOW CARBON SOCIETY FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN YUNNAN PROVINCE OF CHINA
3. Ms. May Myo Han
(Myanmar)
WATER FOOTPRINT OF RICE IN MYAUNGMYA TOWNSHIP, MYANMAR
4. Mr. Nyi Nyi Phyo Htet
(Myanmar)
POPULATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF WILD ASIAN ELEPHANTS (Elephants maximums) IN PHU KHIEO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, CHAIYPHUM PROVINCE, THAILAND.
5. Mr. Zaw Win Kyaw
(Myanmar)
FACTORS INFLUENCING FARMERS' PERCEPTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE: A CASE STUDY OF PAKOKKU TOWNSHIP IN DRY ZONE, MYANMAR
6. Ms. Nwe Ni Win
(Myanmar)
GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION FROM MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THREE BIG CITIES (YANGON, MANDALAY AND NAY PI TAW) OF MYANMAR
7. Mr. Khun Set Thar
(Myanmar)
LOCAL COMMUNITIES VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE CHANGE AT INDAWGYI BIOSPHERE RESERVE IN MYANMAR
8. Mr. Ngun Kam
(Myanmar)
COMPARISON OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS BETWEEN GOVERNMENT-LED AND LOCAL-LED INITIATIVES UNDER COMMUNITY-BASED FOREST MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY IN CHIN STATE, MYANMAR
9. Ms. Zin Mie Mie Aung
(Myanmar)
FARMERS' KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE ON INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT IN KALAW REGION, MYANMAR
10. Ms. Kousiki Lalatika Patnaik
(Indian)
 
11. Ms. Han Ting Ting
(Chinese)
 
12. Ms. Phyu Sabai Mon
(Myanmar)
 
Special Program (MTS)
1. Ms. Patcharin Sae-heng
(Thai)
 

Program Chair

Dr. Kamalaporn Kanongdate
Tel: 66-2441-5000 ext. 1316
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Program Coordinator

Ms. Palin Chaweekaewdee
International Programme Office
Tel: 66-2441-5000 ext. 1113
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Postal Address

Faculty of Environment and Resource Studies, Mahidol University
Salaya, Nakhonpathom 73170, Thailand
Fax: 66-2441-9507
International Country Code for Thailand: 66