Electrical Engineering (Communication Engineering - English Program)
The Electrical Engineering Program (Communication Engineering) is mainly emphasized on advanced information and communication technologies. Students enrolled in this program study not only the various fundamental concepts such as electrical circuit analysis, telecommunication engineering, electronic circuits and communication systems, but also the break-through theories in information and communication subjects. Moreover students are able to obtain practicing experience from various laboratory courses such as electric circuit lab, electronics lab, and communication lab. etc. The program has been approved by Council of Engineers (Thailand) to acquire the license for professional practice. The program is carefully designed by taking into account the foreign industrial requirements.
To complete the program, students are required to pass a minimum of 145 credits. Students are encouraged to take part in a 4-month internship aboard. Also, the exceptional graduate students from this program are specially recommended to pursue the master degree in information and communication technology for embedded systems (International Program).
Environmental Engineering (International Program)
The Environmental Engineering Program was designed to focus on prevention and minimizing the adverse effects of pollution created by human activities on the national, regional and global scales.
Major topics of teaching and research in the program include:
Design of conventional and advanced water and wastewater treatment
Integrated systems for solid and hazardous waste management
Control of air pollution, noise and vibration
Remediation of contaminated land and subsurface
Environmental management tools for organizations such as environmental impact assessment, environmental risk assessment, and environmental management systems.
The Environmental Engineering Program was accredited by Thailand’s Council of Engineers whereby graduates can apply for their professional license to practice environmental engineering.
The 4th year student in this program can apply for the 6 month cooperative education program abroad at selected institutions to strengthen their English skills and working ability in the environmental engineering arena. This program is offered by the Department of Environmental Engineering, which has cooperation agreements with various international institutions.
Specific Requirements for Walk-in Applications
An applicant must complete, or be in, grade 12 (M6) or equivalent. For applicants with an international high school education, qualifications will be approved individually.
These are two options applicants can choose from:
Option 1: Submit international standardized test scores
Applicants must submit their standardized test scores as follows:
1. English language proficiency as demonstrated by a minimum score on one of the following tests:
TOEFL (iBT) score of 61
CU-TEP score equivalent toTOEFL (iBT) score of 61
2. Academic proficiency as demonstrated by a minimum score on SAT Reasoning Test™ (SAT or SAT I)
Mathematics Section score of 600
Critical Reading + Mathematics Section combined Score of 1,000
Option 2: Submit Thai national test scores
All applicants need to submit the following documents:
Official high-school transcript.
Score reports such as TOEFL & SAT or GAT, PAT1 & PAT3.
Two student photos, 2-inch, taken recently.
Photocopy of your National Identification Card, or passport, and permanent resident documents.