Doctoral of Philosophy Programme in Applied Chemistry

DegreeAcademic ProgrammePlanClassLength of Programme
Ph.D.Applied Chemistry1.1Mon-Fri3 years
1.2Mon-Fri4 years

The Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Chemistry Program emphasizes producing graduates with advanced knowledge and expertise research in Natural Products Chemistry, Polymer Technology, or Analytical Chemistry to create new knowledge or innovation in related fields with morality and ethics.

The programme’s principal objectives are:

1. To produce graduates having advanced knowledge and integrate research in Chemistry to create new knowledge or innovation published in international journals with morality and ethics.

2. To produce graduates having leadership.

3. To produce graduates having entrepreneurial skills.

4. To produce graduates having English communication.

1. Multi-disciplinary courses

2. Competent supervisor with current research topics.

3. Academic skill training.

4. Partial studentship supports.

     4.1 Research/Teaching assistance.

     4.2 Tuition fee waive.

     4.3. Thesis and conference.

5. National and international collaboration.

6. Oversea training.

1. Academic staff (Teachers, Lecturer, or Researchers).

2. Professional scientist.

3. Entrepreneur.

4. Innovator.

1. Graduates possess advanced knowledge and integrate research in Chemistry to create new knowledge or innovation published in international journals with morality and ethics.

2. Graduates possess entrepreneurial skills.

3. Graduates possess leadership.

4. Graduates possess English communication.

                              • Plan 1.1, 2.1:
                                • 45,500 Baht per semester
                                • 273,000 Baht per programme
                              • Plan 1.2, 2.2:
                                • 45,500 Baht per semester
                                • 364,000 Baht per programme

                              (Refer to Doctor of Philosophy Program in Applied Chemistry Year 2022)

                              • 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)