Master of Engineering Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering

(revised edition, B.E. 2560)

Curriculum Name : Master of Engineering Program in Electrical and Computer Engineering (revised edition, B.E. 2560)

Curriculum Goals

1. Producing graduates who have the knowledge and capabilities to work in the field of electrical and computer engineering.

2. Producing graduates who have research and development skills using both qualitative and quantitative approaches and methods.

3. Producing graduates who have leadership skills, high moral/ethical standards, and a sense of responsibility towards oneself and others. Delivering work-ready graduates with adaptability and flexibility skills for new challenges in the working environment, and communication skills using both English and Thai.

4. Responding to the state policy by delivering skilled workers with good technical skills and meeting the demand for high-skilled labour in the field of electrical, electronics and computer systems.


Expected Learning Outcomes

The graduates are creative personnel with high moral/ethical standards, who possess a high accountability towards communities. The graduates have a clear knowledge and expertise in electrical, electronics and computer systems for the development of innovations and new technology. This leads to sustainable industrial development and economic growth of the country.

Curriculum Outline

Plan A (A-1)

 

Compulsory Modules (credits are not being counted) 4   Credits

Thesis (credit equivalencies) 36 Credits

Total credits in a program 36 Credits

 

Plan A (A-2)

 

Compulsory Modules 6   Credits

Compulsory Modules (credits are not being counted) 1   Credits

Compulsory Elective Modules 6   Credits

Elective Modules not less than 9   Credits

Thesis (credit equivalencies) 15 Credits

Total credits in a program not less than 36 Credits

Curriculum Duration

2-year program