Doctoral of Philosophy Programme in Computer Engineering

DegreeAcademic ProgrammePlanClassLength of Programme
Ph.D.Computer Engineering1.1, 2.1Mon-Fri3 years
2.2Mon-Fri5 years


The principal goal of this programme is to prepare scholars and educational personnel with advanced skills in computer engineering, to accommodate the rapid changes that impact the economy, society and environment. The graduates are expected to possess a superior ability to conduct research, design, develop and create modern technologies and apply them to addressing national- and ASEAN-level computer engineering problems in an ethical manner and in accord with the professional ethics. This programme also equips the learners with a research mind and self-driven eagerness to keep themselves abreast with modern technologies related to computer engineering. Finally, the programme aims at helping its graduates develop their skills in transferring their technological knowledge, technical know-how and academic service ability to society, for the ultimate purpose of enabling the country to achieve sustainable development.

Expected qualities of graduates:

The graduates are expected to possess the following qualities:

  1. Advanced, doctoral-level skills in computer engineering research and development;
  2. Profound understanding of and expertise in component development, which constitutes the core value of innovations and intellectual property;
  3. Ability to initiate academic collaboration to create new bodies of knowledge and/or to develop applications; and
  4. Advanced skills in knowledge and technology transfer.


                    • Plan 1.1, 2.1:
                      • 45,000 Baht per semester
                      • 270,000 Baht per programme
                    • Plan 2.2:
                      • 45,000 Baht per semester
                      • 450,000 Baht per programme

                    • 1.1 = Dissertation only (not less than 48 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                    • 1.2 = Dissertation only (not less than 72 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)
                    • 2.1 = Course work (not less than 12 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 36 credits) (Master's degree graduates)
                    • 2.2 = Course work (not less than 24 credits) with Dissertation (not less than 48 credits) (Bachelor's degree with honours graduates)