Curriculum

Doctor of Philosophy

Doctor of Philosophy

– Energy Technology 
– Environmental Technology

Requirements

Applicants must hold a first degree in engineering, science, economics or related fields with a final GPA of at least 3.25 or be placed in the top 25% of the class. Other applicants may be admitted on a case-by-case basis based on approval from the JGSEE’s Executive Committee. 

In all programs, candidates should consult with their would-be supervisor on a possible thesis topic before applying. Potential applicants should also observe that the teachings are conducted in English, therefore, they should have a good command of the language.

 

Course

Total program credits 55 credits

Course Outline

 

Program Component

Total program credits: 55 credits 

  1. Compulsory Course 7 credits
  2. Elective Course 6 credits
  3. Thesis 42 credits

 

Graduation Requirements

To qualify for graduation, students must fulfill the following requirements: 

  1. Total credits earned: 55 credits
  2. Publications: Two international journal papers and one international conference proceedings 
  3. English language proficiency proof
Type of Test Minimum Score
Master Ph.D
 IELTS (Academic Module) 5.5 6.0
 TOEFL
    – Paper
    – CBT
    – IBT

500

173
61

530

197
71
 Thammasat University Graduate English Test (TU-GET) 520 550
 Test of English for Graduate Study of Chiang Mai University (TEGS) 65% 70%
 Prince of Songkla University Graduate English Test (PSU-GET) 72% *
 Prince of Songkla University English Proficiency Test * 64%
 Chulalongkorn University Test of English Proficiency (CU-TEP) 65 75
 King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) placement Test  – 76 Above = Pass
 – 50-75 LNG601
 – Below of 49 = fail
 – 76 Above = Pass
 – 50-75 LNG601
 – Below of 49 = fail

 

Course Outline

Structure
Total program credits 55 credits
Program Component
    A. Compulsory Course 7 credits
    B. Elective Courses 6 credits
    C. Thesis 42 credits
A. Compulsory courses 7 Credits
JEE 613 Research Methodology 3 credits
JEE 607 Optimization Techniques 3 credits  or
JEE 606 Mathematical Techniques 3 credits
JEE 701 Seminar for Ph.D (Energy Technology) 1 credits  or
JEE 711 Seminar for Ph.D (Environmental Technology) 1 credits
B. Elective courses 6 Credits
Elective As recommended by advisor 3 credits
Elective As recommended by advisor 3 credits
C. Thesis 27 Credits
JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D  (Energy Technology) 42 credits 
JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology) 42 credits
Study Plan
Semester 1
JEE 607 Optimization Techniques 3 (3-0-9)  or
JEE 606 Mathematical Techniques 3 (3-0-9)
JEE 613 Research Methodology 3 (3-0-9)
JEE 701 Seminar for Ph.D (Energy Technology) 1 (0-0-3)  or
JEE 711 Seminar for Ph.D (Environmental Technology) 1 (0-0-3)
XXX Elective 3 (3-0-9)
XXX Elective 3 (3-0-9)
Total 13
Semester 2
JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology) 9 (0-0-27)  or
JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology) 9 (0-0-27)
Total 9
Semester 3
JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology) 9 (0-0-27)  or
JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology) 9 (0-0-27)
Total 9
Semester 4
JEE 702 Dissertation for Ph.D (Energy Technology) 6 (0-0-18)  or
JEE 712 Dissertation for Ph.D (Environmental Technology) 6 (0-0-18)
Total 9