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Course requirements
The conditions outlined below are required by each Academic School and students must complete them before applying for co-op admission.
 
Institute of Social Technology
Academic Schools Conditions
1. Information Technology Students must complete the following courses:
 

Software Enterprise Program (Software Enterprise)

  204 226 Enterprise Software Architecture
  204 230 Advanced Database Desing and Development
  204 231 Object-Oriented Programming
  204 330 Web application Development
  204 331 Software Engineering
  Information Science Program  (COM or COMM)
  204 206 Message Design and Writing Principles
  204 304 Writing for Broadcasting and Films
  204 306 Management of Mass Media Organization
  Information Science Program  (MIS)
  204 204 Database Desing and Development
  204 209 Principles of Management
  204 235 Information System Design and Development
  204 309 Information System for Business
  204 330 Web application Development
  Information Science Program (IS)
  204 215 Information Service Management
  204 234 Information Organization
    204 409 Information and Library Database
   
2. Management Technology

Courses to be completed prior to the 1stco-op term

  Foundation Courses
  205108  Financial Accounting
  205213  Marketing management
  205217  Financial Management
    205220  Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Courses classified by specific course clusters
  Marketing Management Program
    205232 Product and Pricing Management
    205231 Consumer Behavior and Customer Management
  Logistics Management Program
    205251 Logistics Planning and Control
    205252 Procurement and Commodities Management
  Entrepreneurship Management Program
    205272 Entrepreneurial Marketing
    205371 Entrepreneurial Finance
Courses to be completed prior to the 2nd Co-op
  Marketing Management Program
  All required courses prior to the  1st Co-op previously mentioned and the following courses:
    205392 Co-operative Education 1
    205331 Marketing Channels and Product Distribution
    205332 Marketing Promotion
  Logistics Management Program
  All required courses prior to the 1st Co-op previously mentioned and the following courses:
    205392 Co-operative Education 1
    205351 Transportation Management
    205352 International logistics
  Entrepreneurship Management Program
  All required courses prior to the  1st Co-op previously mentioned
and the following
courses:
    205392 Co-operative Education 1
    205271 Product Design and Development
    205372 Managing a Growing Business
 
Institute of Agricultural Technology
Academic Schools Conditions 
1. 1. Crop Production Technology For Students of the curriculum as revised in 2003 (Student ID B46…etc.)
  Must be a 4th year student and must have completed the following courses.
  302 291 Crop Production Farm Practicum
  302 318 Crop Production Field Work II
  Additional Requirements for students of both programs:  students’ CGPA must be at least 2.00
   
2. 2. Animal Production Technology Must be a 4th year student and must have completed the course below.
    303 271 General Farm Practicum
   
3. Food Technology For students of the curriculum as revised in 1998 (Student ID B42-44), the following courses are required.
  305 333 Food Processing II
  305 334 Food Processing Laboratory II
  305 351 Food Quality Control
  305 421 Food Analysis  
  305 453 Food Product Development And Marketing
  For students of the curriculum as revised in 2001 (Student ID B45, etc.)
  Must be a 4th year student and must have completed the following courses.
  315 323 Food Analysis  
  315 343 Food Engineering II
  315 452 Food Safety and Quality Assurance System
  315 453 Sanitation and Plant Environment Management
  315 454 Food Product Development and Marketing
  Note : 1. Course Code 315 for Student ID B50, etc.
          2. Course Code 305 for Student ID B45, etc.
   
Institute of Engineering
Academic Schools Conditions
1. Agricultural Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2003 (Student ID B46-49, etc.)
  421 310 Agricultural Machinery
  421 321 Power for Agricultural System
    421 364 Irrigation and Drainage
  For students of the new curriculum of 2555 (Student ID B50, B51, etc.)
  Program A (Agricultural Engineering)
  421 312 Agricultural Machinery Design
  421 313 Agricultural Machinery
  421 333 Agricultural Soil and Water Engineering
  421 350 Agricultural Process Engineering
  Program B (Food Engineering)  
  421 312 Agricultural Machinery Design
  421 342 Quality Control in Food Industry
  421 352 Freezing and Cold Storage
    421 366 Unit Operations in Foof Engineering II
   
2. Transportation Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2002 (Student ID B45, etc.),
    Students must complete the following courses.  
  422 213 Transportation Engineering 
  422 311 Traffic Engineering 
  422 331 Highway Engineering 
  422 332 Highway Material Testing 
    422 441 Transportation Management and Logistics
   
3. Computer Engineering

Students must complete at least 2 courses from the following 3 courses.

  423 209 Database Systems (Equivalent 408 311)
  423 302 Operating Systems (Equivalent 408 320)
    423 305 Computer & Communication (Equivalent 408 360)
   
4. Chemical Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2002 (Student ID B45, etc.),
  Students must complete the following courses.  
  429 296 Electrical Engineering I 
  431 101 Engineering Materials 
  424 201 Principles of Chemical Engineering 
  424 311 Chemical Reaction Engineering I 
  424 331 Process Equipment Design and Operation I    
  424 332 Process Equipment Design and Operation II
  424 341 Process Dynamics & Control 
   
5. Mechanical Engineering

Students must complete at least 5 courses from the following 8 courses.

    425 301 Heat Transfer (Equivalent 402 301)
    425 303 Mechanical Design (Equivalent 402 404)
    425 305 Power Plant Engineering (Equivalent 402 305)
    425 306 Mechanics of Machinery (Equivalent 402 204)
    425 307 Internal Combustion Engines (Equivalent 402 405)
    425 308 Automatic Control System (Equivalent 402 401)
    425 309 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Equivalent 402 403)
    425 340 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I (Equivalent 402 302)
   
6. Ceramic Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2002 (Student ID B45, etc.),
  the 5 courses below must be completed.
    426 203 Ceramic Raw Material Laboratory
    426 207 Ceramic Fabrication Laboratory
    426 302 Glaze Laboratory
    426 307 Ceramic Characterization Laboratory
    426 309 Ceramic Measurement and Testing Laboratory
   
7. Telecommunication Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2002 (Student ID B45, etc.), the courses below must be completed.
    427 311 Communication Systems
    427 313 Telephone and Switching Systems
    427 324 Microwave Engineering
    427 333 Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory I
 

Note:  Courses in the curriculum of1998 cannot be transferred or equated to the courses in the curriculum of 2002.

   
8. Polymer Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2003 (Student ID B46, etc.), the courses below must be completed.
    428 222 Polymer Testing Laboratory
    428 404 Instrumentation and Control Systems
    428 303 Polymer Processing I
    428 304 Polymer Processing II
    428413  SAFETY ENGINEERING
    426416  QUALITY CONTROL
    428 401 Mold Design  และ/หรือ
    428 402 Die Design   
  Note : 1 Selected Required course  
 
9. Electrical Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2002 (Student ID B45, etc.), the courses below must be completed.
    429 203 Circuits & Devices Laboratory
    429 213 Engineering Electronics Laboratory
    429 303 Electrical Machines Laboratory I
    429 304 Electrical Machines Laboratory II
   
10. Automotive Engineering Students must pass at least  7 courses from the following 10 courses.
    425 204 Fluid Mechanics I
    425 206 Mechanics of Materials II
    425 303 Mechanical Design
    425 304 Mechanical Vibration
    425 306 Mechanics of Machinery
    425 307 Internal Combustion Engines
    425 308 Automatic Control System
    436 306 Advanced Automotive Technology
    436 303 Automotive Body Analysis
    436 304 Automotive Production Engineering
     
11. Civil Engineering. For students of the curriculum as revised in 2003 (Student ID B46, etc.), the courses below must be completed.
    430 241 Surveying  
    430 242 Surveying Laboratory
    430 311 Concrete Technology
    430 321 Soil Mechanics  
    430 322 Soil Mechanics Laboratory
    430 402 Construction Management
    430 431 Reinforced Concrete Design
    430 432 Timber and Steel Design
 
12. Metallurgical Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2002 (Student ID B46, etc.), the courses below must be completed.
    425 201 Engineering Graphics II 
    431 206 Physical Metallurgy Laboratory III 
    431 309 Foundry Engineering
   

(Students who have not passed this course are only allowed to join the Co-op if the expected workplace is not a Foundry Factory, requiring the approval from the Academic School.)

    431 311 Metal Forming   
    (Students who have not passed this course are only allowed to join the
Co-op if the expected workplace is not a Metal Forming factory, requiring the approval from the Academic School. )
   
13. Environmental Engineering For students of the curriculum as revised in 2006, the required courses are below.
  Students must pass at least  3 courses from the following 4 courses.
    432 313 Wastewater Engineering
    432 321 Air Pollution Engineering
    432 322 Solid Waste Engineering
    432 424 Industrial Wastes Management
 
14. Industrial Engineering Students must be in their 4th year and must have completed 2 courses from 4 of the following courses.       
    433 271 Industrial Work Study
    433 362 Quality Control  
    433 372 Facilities Design  
    433 333 Production Planning and Control
   
15. Geotechnology

Students must pass the courses listed on the Studying Plan of each program

  Program A (Geo Engineering)  
    434 370 Rock Mechanics  
  Program B Hydrogeology  
    434 310 Field Work  
    434 340 Hydrogeology  
  Program C (Petroleum Engineering)  
    434 310 Field Work
    434 353 Reservoir Engineering I
    434 355 Production Engineering I
    434 381 Drilling Engineering
    434 382 Production Operations
   
16. Production Engineering Students must pass at least 5 of the following courses.
    425 302 Product Quality
    425 303 Mechanical Design 
    425 308 Automatic Control System
    435 300 Materials and Process in Manufacturing
    435 303 Integrated Manufacturing Systems
    435 304 Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing
    435 305 Product Design and Manufacturing
    435 330 Automated Manufacturing System I
     
17. Aeronautical Engineering Students must pass the following courses.
  425 204 Fluid Mechanics I
  425 250 Mechanical Drawing
  425 304 Mechanical Vivration
  433 101 Manufacturing Processes
  437 201 Aircraft Materials
  437 301 Aerodynamics
  437 302 Gas Dynamics I
  437 303 Aircraft Structure
  437 305 Aircraft Power Plant
  437 306 Aircraft Electrical System
  437 307 Mechanicals of Flight
  437 308 Aircraft Instrument
  437 309 Aircraft Maintenance
  437 341 Aeronuatical Engineering Lab.II
   
Institute of Medicine
Academic Schools  Conditions 
1. Environmental Health Students of the Curriculum as revised in 2003 (Student ID B46, etc.) must complete the following courses.
  617 323 Environmental and Occupational Toxicology
  617 326 Urban and Rural Water Supply
  617 330 Solid Waste Management
  617 331 Public Health and Environmental Laws
  617 332 Air and Noise Pollution and Control
  617 333 Food Hygiene and Food Plant Sanitation
  Students must also register or take the following courses
  617 427 Water and Wastewater Analysis
  617 435 Environmental Impact and Risk Assessment
    617 436 Wastewater Treatment System Management and Control
   
2. Occupational Health and Safety Students of the Curriculum as revised in 2003 must complete the following courses.
  618 342 Principles of Industrial Hygiene
  618 343 Occupational medicine
  618 344 Industrial Safety Management
  618 346 Occupational Health and Safety Laws
  618 348 Industrial Hygiene Sampling and Analysis
  618 349 Industrial Ventilation Control
  618 352 Industrial Safety Technology
  618 355 Fire Prevention and Control
  Students must also register or take the following courses
  617 435 Environmental Impact and Risk Assessment
  618 456 Industrial Risk Management
  618 457 Ergonomics and Work Physiology
  618 458 Industrial Health Promotion and Services
   
Institute of Sciences
Academic Schools Conditions 
1. Sports Science Students must complete the following courses.
  114 202 Physiology of Exercise
  114 205 Sports Nutrition
  114 221 Physical Fitness Testing and Assessment for Health and Competition
  114 222 Principles of Exercise for Health
  114 321 Sports Psychology
  114 325 Physical Therapy in Sports Science
  114 330 Sports Management and Marketing
  114 332 Exercise Prescription for Health
    114 334 Research Methodology in Sports Science
    114 421 Sports Tourism and Recreation
 
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