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                              Bachelor of Engineering Program
                            in Civil Engineering (revised in 2005)
                         Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University

1. Name of program
              Bachelor of Engineering Program in Civil Engineering

2. Name of degree
               Full name           Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering)
               Abbreviation        B.Eng. (Civil Engineering)

3. Responsible unit
              Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University

4. Philosophy and purpose of program
   4.1 Philosophy of the program
            The program aims to produce undergraduate engineering graduates who are well
   equipped with skill and basic knowledge in civil engineering, and capable of integrating and
   applying the gained knowledge in career practices, with creative idea and professional ethics in
   their mind and responsibilities to fulfill the market or society needs based on the quality of life
   and environmental concerns.

     4.2 Purpose of the program
        4.2.1 To produce civil engineering graduates who have knowledge, competency and skills
               in order to enable a professional approach to work in the field of civil engineering.
        4.2.2 To produce graduates who are capable of transferring technology from development
               and doing research in the field of civil engineering
        4.2.3 To produce intellectual graduates who are instilled with cultural curiosity as a
               preparation for autonomous, self-directed, life-long learning and have capability to
               develop and do research in the field of civil engineering.
        4.2.4 To support Government’s educational policy in accordance with the strategy for the
               country development.
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5. Starting of the program
        This revised program will be started and applied to the student enrolled in the academic year
   2005.

6. Requirements of applicants
        The applicants must hold M.6 certificate or equivalence to the program developed by the
   Ministry of Education and have all other requirements set by Commission on Higher Education
   and/or the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University for those who are eligible for the
   university admission system.

7. Selection
        7.1 Qualified applicants who meet the criteria conformed by Commission on Higher
             Education for university admission system.
        7.2 Qualified applicants who meet the criteria conformed by the Faculty of Engineering,
             Mahidol University for special talented student selection.

8. Academic system
      8.1 Using credit system in accordance with National standard criteria for undergraduate
          programme which consists of two semesters in an academic year. Duration time of study
          for each semester including summer semester is not less than 15 weeks.
      8.2 Credit numbers
            8.2.1 Credit number for lecture courses that have duration time of study of not less
                    than 15 hours per semester is equivalent to 1 credit.
            8.2.2 Credit number for laboratory courses that have duration time of study or
                    practice of not less than 30 hours per semester is equivalent to 1 credit.
            8.2.3 Credit number for field trip courses that have duration time of practice of not
                    less than 45 hours per semester is equivalent to 1 credit.
            8.2.4 Credit number for Engineering training courses that have duration time of
                    practice of not less than 240 hours per summer semester is equivalent to 1
                    credit.
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            8.2.5 Credit number for project courses that have duration time of study and doing
                  experiments of not less than 45 hours per semester is equivalent to 1 credit.

9. Study duration
       Duration for the 4 academic year program is not more than 8 academic years.

10. Course registration
       According to academic regulations conformed by Mahidol University and the Faculty of
    Engineering.

11. Evaluation and graduation
       According to academic regulations conformed by Mahidol University and relevant
    declaration from the Faculty of Engineering.

12. Academic staffs
    12.1 Responsible by staffs from :
        12.1.1 Civil Engineering Department :
                Name                                  Degree
Asst.Prof. Kravee Kriravee                    B.Eng. (Civil Engineering)
                                              M.S. (Civil Engineering)

Asst.Prof. Piya Rattanasuwan                        B.Eng. (Civil Engineering)
                                                    M.Eng. (Civil Engineering)

Asst.Prof. Sompong Chin-im                          B.Eng. (Irrigation Engineering)
                                                    M.Eng (Irrigation Engineering)

Asst.Prof. Mahidol University                       B.Eng.(Civil Engineering)
Thatchavee Leelawat                                 M.Sc. (Concrete Technology , Construction and
                                                    Management)
                                                    Ph.D. (Concrete Technology)
Bunlur Emaruchi                                     B.Eng. (Civil Engineering)
                                                    M.Sc. (Geomorphological Surveys)
                                                    M.Sc. (Forest Engineering)
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                                                     Ph.D. (Environmental Systems Engineering)

Panom Chaiyasit                                      B.Eng. (Civil Engineering)
                                                     M.Eng. (Civil Engineering)

Tanat Chayangkoon Na Ayuttaya                        B.Eng. (Civil Engineering)
                                                     M.Eng. (Civil Engineering)

Somchai Pathomsiri                                   B.Eng.(Civil Engineering)
                                                     M.Eng.(Transportation Engineering)
                                                     M.B.A. (Executive Program)

Wonsiri Punurai                                      B.Eng.(Civil Engineering)

        12.1.2 Various departments of Faculty of Engineering and from other faculty staffs of
               Faculty of Science , Faculty of Social Science and Humanities , College of
               Management and Collage of Music ( As shown in Appendix B ).

    12.2 Collaboration and coordination with other faculties , other universities and industrial
         sectors.

                          Name                                Degree

Professors Suvit Shumnumsirivath                     B.Eng.(Civil Engineering)
                                                     Cert. Water supply , Cert. San. Eng.
                                                     M.S. (Eng.&Water Resources Eng.)

Asst.Prof. Kultida Bunjongsiri                       B.Eng.(Environmental Engineering)
                                                     M.Eng.( Environmental Engineering)

Asst.Prof. Somkid Amomsamankul                       B.Sc. (Mathematics)
                                                     M.Sc.(Applied Mathematics)

Asst.Prof. Udomsak Kongmuang                         B.Eng.(Sanitary Engineering)
                                                     M.Eng.( Environmental Engineering)
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Chanchai Dhetchasethadee                           B.Eng.(Civil Engineering)
                                                   M.Eng.(Hydraulic Engineering)
                                                   M.B.A.

Phongthep Phantteranuruck                          B.Eng.(Civil Engineering)
                                                   M.Sc. (Construction Management)

Veerapong Srinavakul                               B.Eng.(Civil Engineering)

Srinat Sakhakorn                                   B.Arch. (Architecture)

Sukit Viseshsin                                    B.Eng.(Survey Engineering)
                                                   M.Eng.(Civil Engineering)
                                                   Ph.D.(Civil Engineering)

Sunoj Kengkoom                                     B.S. (Geology)
                                                   M.Sc.(Honor) (Quaternary Geology)

13. Number of students enrolled
Academic Year                           2548            2549            2550           2551   2552
The number of students enrolled          60              60              60             60     60
Cumulative number                       156             174             180            240    240
The number of graduate students          13              42              54             60     60
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14. Places and equipments of study
         Lecture and laboratory courses will be offered at the buildings and facilities of the Faculty
   of Engineering at Salaya Campus, Nakornpathom Province.
15. Libraries
         The Library Office, Mahidol University at Salaya Campus will offer the educational internet
     searches to find database and documents for study and research such as textbook, journals,
     research report, thesis, research database, CDROM, video, recorder ,etc. The number of total
     books in Thai and English is 376,930 which can be separated into be Science Text in Thai for
     3082, Science Text in English for 18,817, Engineering Text in Thai for 5307, Engineering Text
     in English for 7525, Science Journal in Thai for 25, Science Journal in English for 124,
     Engineering Journal in Thai for 16 and Engineering Journal in English for 25.

16. Budget
        Using the budget of the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, fiscal year 2004
    (from October 1, 2003 to September 30, 2004), estimated expenses per head production of
    undergraduate engineering graduates is 70,614 Baht.

17. Curriculum
    17.1 Total credits required          at least                       147      Credits
    17.2 Curriculum structure
      - General courses                  at least                        30      Credits
        1. Social science and humanities                                  9      Credits
        2. Foreign Language                                              12      Credits
        3. Science and Mathematics                                        9      Credits

      - Engineering courses           at least                          110      Credits
        1. Engineering core                                              29      Credits
        2. Required Engineering major                                    57      Credits
        3. Elective Engineering major                                    24      Credits

      - Free elective courses                at least                      6     Credits
      - Engineering training                                               1     Credits
        (Total hours f training of not less than 240 hours)
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   17.3 Courses
    17.3.1 General Courses                                                30      Credits
       1. Social Science and Humanities                                    9      Credits
                                                                                       Credit (Lec –Lab)
*EGID 300         Philosophy, Ethics and Laws for Engineers                                1 (1-0)
SHSS 130          Principles of Economics                                                  2 (2-0)
                 Select 6 credits from following course lists:
*EGCH 314         Safety Management and Occupational Health                                3 (3-0)
EGIE 436           Industrial and Commercial Laws                                          3 (3-0)
MGID 101          Administration and General Management                                    3 (3-0)
MSID 101          Music Appreciation                                                       2 (1-2)
MSID 102          Chorus                                                                   1 (0-2)
SHHU 103          Art Appreciation                                                         2 (2-0)
SHHU 105          Social Philosophy                                                        2 (2-0)
SHHU 108          Human Relation and Self-development                                      2 (2-0)
SHHU 110          Human and Culture                                                        2 (2-0)
SHHU 123          Integrated Humanities I                                                  3 (3-0)
SHED 125          Physical Education Activity-Volleyball                                   1 (0-2)
SHED 126          Physical Education Activity-Petaunque                                    1 (0-2)
SHED 101          Physical Education Activity-Swimming                                     1 (0-2)
SHED 114          Physical Education Activity-Social Dance                                 1 (0-2)
SHED 117          Physical Education Activity-Badminton                                    1 (0-2)
SHED 118          Physical Education Activity-Tennis                                       1 (0-2)
SHSS 101          Social Science I : Man and Society                                       2 (2-0)
SHSS 140          General Psychology                                                       2 (2-0)
SHSS 142          Social Psychology                                                        2 (2-0)
SHSS 144          Principles of Communication                                              2 (2-0)
SHSS 145          Integrated Social Science                                                3 (3-0)
SHSS 160          Principles of Administration                                             2 (2-0)
SHSS 161          Policy and Planning                                                      2 (2-0)



* = new course lists
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         2. Language                                                       12      Credits
                                                                                        Credit (Lec –Lab)
SCLG 131           Introductory University English I                                        3 (2-2)
SCLG 132           Introductory University English II                                       3 (2-2)
                  Select 6 credits from following course lists:
AREN207            Principle of Translation                                                  3(3-0)
AREN304            Analytical Reading                                                        3(2-2)
AREN306            Advanced Level Conversation I                                             3(2-2)
AREN350            Business Writing                                                          3(3-0)
AREN351            Summary Writing and Note-Taking                                           3(3-0)
AREN401            Advanced Level Conversation II                                            3(2-2)
AREN402            Public Speaking                                                           3(2-2)
AREN403            Academic Reading                                                          3(2-2)
AREN404            Academic Writing                                                          3(2-2)
ARTH132            Thai Language Skills                                                      3(2-2)
EGID 290           English for Engineers                                                     3(3-0)
EGID490            English Communication for Engineers                                       3(3-0)

     3. Science and Mathematics                                              9     Credits
EGCO 111 Computer Programming                                                                3 (2-3)
EGIE 261 Probability and Statistics                                                          3 (3-0)
                  Select 3 credits from following course lists:
*EGCO 342          Information Technology for Modern Living                                  3 (3-0)
*EGCH 315          Consumer Product Technology                                               3 (3-0)
*EGIE 337          Environmental Management                                                  3 (3-0)
*EGME 280          Energy for Life                                                           3 (3-0)




* = new course lists
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      17.3.2 Engineering Courses                                          110      Credits
         1. Engineering Core                                               29      Credits
                                                                                      Credit (Lec –Lab)
EGID      200      Engineering Mathematics                                                  3 (3-0)
EGIE      101      Basic Engineering Practice                                               2 (1-3)
EGIE      103      Engineering Materials                                                    3 (3-0)
EGME      102      Engineering Drawing                                                      3 (2-3)
SCCH      113      General Chemistry                                                        3 (3-0)
SCCH      118      Chemistry Laboratory                                                     1 (0-3)
SCMA      113      Calculus                                                                 3 (3-0)
SCMA      114      Ordinary Differential Equations                                          3 (3-0)
SCPY      110      Physics Laboratory I                                                     1 (0-3)
SCPY      120      Physics Laboratory II                                                    1 (0-3)
SCPY      151      General Physics I                                                        3 (3-0)
SCPY      152      General Physics II                                                       3 (3-0)

          2. Required Engineering Major                                    57      Credits
                                                                                      Credit (Lec –Lab)
EGCE 201           Strength of Materials I                                                  3 (3-0)
*EGCE 221          Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering                                    3 (3-0)
EGCE 231           Engineering Geology                                                      3 (3-0)
EGCE 241           Surveying                                                                3 (3-0)
EGCE 242           Surveying Laboratory                                                     1 (0-3)
*EGCE 243          Survey Camp                                                              1 (0-40)
EGCE 271           Construction Materials                                                   3 (3-0)
*EGCE 272          Engineering Management                                                   3 (3-0)
EGCE 273           Construction Materials Testing Laboratory                                1 (0-3)
EGCE 311           Structural Analysis I                                                    3 (3-0)
EGCE 312           Structural Analysis II                                                   3 (3-0)
EGCE 313           Reinforced Concrete Design                                               3 (3-0)
EGCE 321           Hydraulic Engineering                                                    3 (3-0)
EGCE 322           Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory                                         1 (0-3)

* = new course lists
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EGCE 331           Soil Mechanics                                                            3 (3-0)
EGCE 332           Soil Mechanics Laboratory                                                 1 (0-3)
*EGCE 362          Environmental Systems and Management                                      3 (3-0)
*EGCE 391          Computer Applications For Civil Engineering                               2 (1-3)
EGCE 395           Project Seminar                                                           1 (0-3)
EGCE 402           Timber and Steel Design                                                   3 (3-0)
EGCE 496           Civil Engineering Project                                                 3 (0-9)
EGEE 217           Fundamental of Electrical Engineering                                     3 (3-0)
EGEE 218           Fundamental of Electrical Engineering Laboratory                          1 (0-3)
EGME 220           Engineering Mechanics                                                     3 (3-0)

          3. Elective Engineering Major                                    24      Credits
           select 24 credits from the following course lists:
                                                                                       Credit (Lec –Lab)
EGCE 202           Strength of Materials II                                                  3 (3-0)
EGCE 323           Hydrology                                                                 3 (3-0)
EGCE 333           Foundation Engineering                                                    3 (3-0)
EGCE 341           Advanced Surveying                                                        3 (3-0)
EGCE 342           Photogrammetry                                                            3 (3-0)
*EGCE 343          Route Survey                                                              3 (2-3)
EGCE 372           Construction Management                                                   3 (3-0)
EGCE 373           Town Planning                                                             3 (3-0)
EGCE 374           Architectural Design                                                      3 (3-0)
EGCE 401           Advanced Reinfored Concrete Design                                        3 (3-0)
EGCE 403           Prestressed Concrete Design                                               3 (3-0)
EGCE 404           Matrix methods of Structural Analysis                                     3 (3-0)
EGCE 406           Bridge Design                                                             3 (3-0)
EGCE 407           Advanced Steel Design                                                     3 (3-0)
EGCE 421           Water Resource Engineering                                                3 (3-0)
EGCE 451           Highway Engineering                                                       3 (3-0)
EGCE 452           Transportation Engineering                                                3 (3-0)
EGCE 453           Pavement Design                                                           3 (3-0)

* = new course lists
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EGCE   461    Sanitary Engineering                                                    3 (3-0)
EGCE   472    Asphalt Technology                                                      3 (3-0)
EGCE   473    Construction Safety Management                                          3 (3-0)
EGCE   475    Concrete Technology                                                     3 (3-0)

   17.3.3. Free Elective Courses                                     6 Credit
               Select from the list of undergraduate courses of Mahidol University and/or under the
      direction of Department.

   17.3.4. Training
              The student with status of third year student must register the Engineering Training
      Course in summer semester with the total hours of training not less than 240 hours.
              EGCE 399 Engineering Training                          1 Credit

  17.4 Course code
             Course code is composed of four letters and three numbers (XXXXxxx).
             a) Letter Code (XXXX)
                 The first two letters mean the abbreviation of the Faculty of Mahidol University
                 that is responsible for managing the course.
                 AR :          Faculty of Art
                 EG :          Faculty of Engineering
                 MG :          College of Management
                 MS :          College of Music
                 SC :          Faculty of Science
                 SH :          Faculty of Social Science and Humanities
                 The last two letters mean the abbreviation of the department that is responsible
                 for managing the course.
                 ED :          Department of Education
                 ID :          Interdisciplinary course that taught by instructor from various
                               departments or none of department is responsible for managing the
                               course.
                 HU :          Department of Humanities
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   SS :        Department of Social Science
   The abbreviation of Department of the Faculty of Engineering are as follows :
   CE :        Department of Civil Engineering
   CO :        Department of Computer Engineering
   CH :        Department of Chemical Engineering
   EE :        Department of Electrical Engineering
   IE :        Department of Industrial Engineering
   ME :        Department of Mechanical Engineering
b) Course number (xxx)
   First digit     : study year level (1-4)
   Last two digits : order of course

The second number code
   0 – 1 : field of structure
   2       : field of hydraulic
   3       : field of soil mechanics
   4       : field of survey engineering
   5       : field of transportation engineering
   6       : field of sanitary engineering
   7 – 8 : field of general civil engineering
   9       : field of special topics
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17.5 Study plan
                                 Bachelor of Engineering Program
                               in Civil Engineering (revised in 2005)
                                                    First Year
First Semester                                                                             Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCO 111          Computer Programming                                                            3 (2-3)
EGIE    103       Engineering Materials                                                           3 (3-0)
SCMA 113          Calculus                                                                        3 (3-0)
SCCH 113          General Chemistry                                                               3 (3-0)
SCCH 118          Chemistry Laboratory                                                            1 (0-3)
SCPY 151          General Physics I                                                               3 (3-0)
SCPY 110          Physics Laboratory I                                                            1 (0-3)
SCLG 131          Introductory University English I                                               3 (2-2)

                       Total                                                                   20 (16-11)
Second Semester                                                                            Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGME 102          Engineering Drawing                                                             3 (2-3)
EGIE    101       Basic Engineering Practice                                                      2 (1-3)
SCMA 114          Ordinary Differential Equations                                                 3 (3-0)
SCPY 152          General Physics II                                                              3 (3-0)
SCPY 120          Physics Laboratory II                                                           1 (0-3)
SCLG 132          Introductory University English II                                              3 (2-2)
SHSS 130          Principles of Economics                                                         2 (2-0)
                  General Education Electives : Social Science , etc. (Physical Education/Musics) 1 (0-2)

                       Total                                                                   18 (13-13)
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                                                Second Year
First Semester                                                                            Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 272         Engineering Management                                                        3 (3-0)
EGEE 217         Fundamental of Electrical Engineering                                         3 (3-0)
EGEE 218         Fundamental of Electrical Engineering Laboratory                              1 (0-3)
EGID 200         Engineering Mathematics                                                       3 (3-0)
EGME 220         Engineering Mechanics                                                         3 (3-0)
                 General Education Electives : Language                                        3 (3-0)
                 General Education Electives : Social Science , etc.                           4 (4-0)

                       Total                                                                 20 (18-6)
Second Semester                                                                           Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 201         Strength of Materials I                                                       3 (3-0)
EGCE 221         Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering                                         3 (3-0)
EGCE 241         Surveying                                                                     3 (3-0)
EGCE 242         Surveying Laboratory                                                          1 (0-3)
EGCE 271         Construction Materials                                                        3 (3-0)
EGCE 273         Construction Materials Testing Laboratory                                     1 (0-3)
EGCE 231         Engineering Geology                                                           3 (3-0)
                 General Education Electives : Language                                        3 (3-0)

                       Total                                                                 20 (18-6)
Summer Semester                                                                           Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 243         Survey Camp (At Least 80 hours)                                              1 (0-40)

                             Total                                                            1 (0-40)
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                                                Third Year
First Semester                                                                            Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 311         Structural Analysis I                                                           3 (3-0)
EGCE 331         Soil Mechanics                                                                  3 (3-0)
EGCE 332         Soil Mechanics Laboratory                                                       1 (0-3)
EGCE 362         Environmental Systems and Management                                            3 (3-0)
EGID 300         Philosophy Ehtics and Laws of Engineering                                       1 (1-0)
EGCE xxx         Civil Engineering Elective                                                      6 (6-0)
                 General Education Electives : Social Science , etc. (Physical Education/Musics) 1 (0-2)

                       Total                                                                   18 (16-5)
Second Semester                                                                           Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 312         Structural Analysis II                                                          3 (3-0)
EGCE 313         Reinforced Concrete Design                                                      3 (3-0)
EGCE 321         Hydraulic Engineering                                                           3 (3-0)
EGCE 322         Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory                                                1 (0-3)
EGCE 395         Project Seminar                                                                 1 (0-3)
EGIE    261      Probability and Statistics                                                      3 (3-0)
EGCE xxx         Civil Engineering Elective                                                      6 (6-0)

                       Total                                                                   20 (18-6)
Summer Semester                                                                           Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 399         Engineering Training (At Least 240 Hours)                                      0 (0-35)

                       Total                                                                    0 (0-35)
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                                                Fourth Year
First Semester                                                                            Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 391         Computer Applications for Civil Engineering                                   2 (1-3)
EGCE xxx         Civil Engineering Elective                                                    6 (6-0)
                 General Education Electives : Science , etc.                                  3 (3-0)
                 Free Elective                                                                 3 (3-0)

                       Total                                                                 14 (13-3)
Second Semester                                                                           Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 402         Timber and Steel Design                                                       3 (3-0)
EGCE 496         Civil Engineering Project                                                     3 (0-9)
EGCE xxx         Civil Engineering Elective                                                    6 (6-0)
                 Free Elective                                                                 3 (3-0)

                           Total                                                             15 (12-9)

                                             Total 147 Credits
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17.6 Course description
                                       General Education Course

Social Science and Humanities                                                              Credit (Lec-Lab)
*EGCH 314          Safety Management and Occupational Health                          3 (3-0)
                   Principles of safety management; study of natures and preventive of remedial
                   procedures to hazards in industrial production; safety laws; chemical hazard
                   communication; chemical hazard transportation, handling, and storage; principles of
                   industrial environmental control; equipment safety; fire and extinguishment;
                   emergency response plan; principles of occupational health; personal protective
                   equipment; noise and hearing conservation; risk assessment.

*EGID 300          Philosophy, Ethics and Laws for Engineers                             1 (1-0)
                   Philosophy of engineering professional ; law required for engineering professional
                   in Thailand; knowledge about the current Engineering Act ; organization , potency
                   and duties for the Council of Engineer that responsible for engineering professional;
                   the member of the Council of Engineer; rules and regulations relevant to engineering
                   professional; knowledge in safety , environment, ethics, laws and engineering skills
                   needed for the engineering professional.

EGIE 430           Industrial Management for Engineers                              3 (3-0)
                   Prerequisite : none
                   Approaches and practices for organization structure, organization management,
                   organization behavior, policy and human resource management, strategic
                   management, project management, introduction to finance and marketing,
                   operations management and total quality management.

EGIE 436           Industrial and Commercial Laws                                     3 (3-0)
                   Prerequisite : none
                   Introduction to Laws and justice. Labor Protection and labor relations acts.
                   Compensation and social security acts. Labor court. Industrial and environmental

* = new course lists
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           Laws. Business laws related to investment, taxes, customs, intellectual properties.
           Industrial standard. Field trips.

MGID 101   Administration and General Management                                     3 (3-0)
           An interrelated study of economics, management, and managerial accounting which
           are the foundation for the efficiency in organization management. Knowledge in
           Economic is required to ensue that the organization management is in line with the
           national social and economic development plan. While knowledge in management is
           necessary for planning, policy making, administration and human resource
           management in organization. In addition, understanding of managerial accounting is
           important in providing information for financial planning and decision making as
           well as motivating the staff in order to attain the organization’s goals.

MSID 101   Music Appreciation                                                2 (1-2)
           The meaning of music, relationship of music and aesthetics. An intensive seminar
           which deals with all aspects of Western Classical Music and Thai Traditional is
           included.

MSID 102   Chorus                                                               1 (0-2)
           A performance class of choral music dealing with basic principles and techniques of
           group singing, musical style including Thai popular songs, and rehearsal skill.

SHED 125   Physical Education Activity-Volleyball                                1 (0-2)
           Values and benefits of exercise and sports; etiquettes, spirit of athletes and sport
           spectators in volleyball; history, rules and regulation of volleyball; basic
           movements, skills, techniques, playing strategies and competitions in volleyball.

SHED 126   Physical Education Activity-Petaunque                                1 (0-2)
           Values and benefits of exercise and sports; etiquettes, spirit of athletes and sport
           spectators in Petaunque; history, basic movements, skills, techniques, playing
           strategies and competitions, rules and regulation in Petaunque.
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SHED 101   Physical Education Activity-Swimming                                1 (0-2)
           History and introduction of swimming, significance and values of swimming,
           potential promotion for swimming, basic skills and rules of swimming.

SHED 114   Physical Education Activity-Social Dance                           1 (0-2)
           History and introduction of social dance, significance and values of social dance,
           potential promotion for social dancing, players, basic skills and rules of social
           dance.

SHED 117   Physical Education Activity-Badminton                            1 (0-2)
           History and introduction of badminton, significance and values of badminton,
           potential promotion for badminton playing, basic skills and rules of badminton
           playing.

SHED 118   Physical Education Activity-Tennis                                     1 (0-2)
           History and introduction of tennis, significance and values of tennis, potential
           promotion of tennis players, basic skills and rules of tennis playing.

SHHU 103   Art Appreciation                                                     2 (2-0)
           Evolution of fine art from pre-historical period to civilizations of ancient Egypt,
           Greek, and Roman antiquity, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neo-
           classicism, up to the present time including traditional Thai art in Thai mural
           painting, styles of Buddha images and Thai architectural styles in Buddhist temples
           in Thailand.

SHHU 105   Social Philosophy                                                   2 (2-0)
           Meaning, and scope of social philosophy, differences between social philosophy and
           political theory. Comparative analysis of the social philosophical theories with
           influence on contemporary thoughts such as Plato’s, liberalism, the New Left, and
           democracy. Comparative analysis of basic concepts in different theories such as
           liberty, natural rights, social justice, public interest, public participation, and
           problems in the application of those theories.
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SHHU 108   Human Relation and Self-development                                   2 (2-0)
           Principles and methods of cultivating human relations and self-development
           according to Buddhist perspective. For example, methods to develop a good
           relationship among colleagues and members in society, the art of teamwork, the
           administration according to the Buddhist teachings, the cultivation of right view and
           working ethos, Buddhist meditation, and art of public speaking.

SHHU 110   Human and Culture                                                    2 (2-0)
           Meanings and significance of cultures, ways of life, worldviews, traditions,
           customs, beliefs, value systems, fork technology of different groups of Thai people
           in the rural area and minority groups in Thailand. Understanding of culture’s value,
           belief systems, customs, and patterns of living of rural people. Creating sympathy
           and understanding of rural people’s needs will benefit own work and national
           development as a whole.

SHHU 123   Integrated Humanities I                                         3 (3-0)
           Human existence and nature according to religious viewpoints, human aspects
           towards life, man’s purpose in life, various measures used in evaluating
           philosophical value, basic values namely, virtue, beauty, happiness, suffering,
           justice and freedom.

SHSS 101   Social Science I : Man and Society                                  2 (2-0)
           This course provides fundamental concepts of psychology, sociology and
           anthropology. The psychological principles will focus on individual behavior and
           mental process, such as perception, motivation, learning, emotion, personality,
           attitude and adjustment. For sociology and anthropology, is designed to cover basic
           concepts of social structure, social institutes, social control, urban and rural
           societies, culture and social changes in Thai society.

SHSS 130   Principles of Economics                                           2 (2-0)
           Foundation of economic theory and concept, i.e., demand and supply, price
           mechanism theory of consumer behavior. Theory of production, costs and types of
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           markets, national income, international trade, structure of Thai economic system,
           etc., Application will emphasize on the students’ field of study.

SHSS 140   General Psychology                                                  2 (2-0)
           This course deals with psychological variables and mental processes as the
           determinants of individual behavior. The psychological variables include sensation,
           perception, learning and socialization, emotion, motivation, attitude, personality,
           adjustment and mental health.

SHSS 142   Social Psychology                                                      2 (2-0)
           Theory and concept in social psychology, social perception, social learning, attitude,
           value, belief, personality, social-cultural contexts, group behavior, communication
           and interpersonal relationships.

SHSS 144   Principles of Communication                                            2 (2-0)
           This course is designed to enable students to recognize the necessity and importance
           of effective communication. Various models and theories will be provided for a
           comprehensive understanding of communication process and its elements. The
           course is also concerned with essential skills required in communication, as well as
           communication psychology concepts, in order to minimize some communication
           breakdown.

SHSS 145   Integrated Social Science                                            3 (3-0)
           Integrated of psychological and sociological theories and approaches in order to
           explain human behaviors in society, nature of human, learning, personality and
           development, perception, social organization, social institution, social change and
           social disorganization, principles in psychology and sociology and their
           applications, psychological and sociological principles and their applications to
           solve social problems and for sustainable development of Thai society.
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SHSS 160   Principles of Administration                                      2 (2-0)
           Foundation of administration, concept, theory and function of administration,
           organizational culture and management excellence, management ethics and social
           responsibility, organization design, strategic management, teamwork and effective
           team building, comparative analysis of public administration and business
           administration, management techniques and quality management.

SHSS 161   Policy and Planning                                               2 (2-0)
           Foundation of Policy and Planning general characteristics of public policy.
           Formulation, policy analysis, principle and process of planning. Program/project
           planning. Policy formulation in relation to national development plan, Strategic
           planning and La Frame work.

Language                                                                            Credit (Lec-Lab)
SCLG 131   Introductory University English I                                      3 (2-2)
           Practicing development of study strategies with particular reference to reading
           skills; ways to comprehension at word level, techniques of efficient reading; note-
           taking from reading, drawing inference; distinguishing fact from opinion;
           identifying attitude and tone. There is further development of reading competence,
           focusing on major types of scientific discourse with particular application in general
           science : the language associated with the concepts of measurement, comparison
           and contrast, and definition and classification. There is listening comprehension
           with emphasis on the language of social intercourse, including greetings, using the
           telephone, and asking for/giving direction; the language of number; the
           pronunciation of sounds causing problems to Thai students.

SCLG 132   Introductory University English II                                  3 (2-2)
           There is a focus on further major type of scientific discourse with particular
           application in general science: The language associated with the concepts of cause
           and effect, sequence of events/process, function, purpose/method/means,
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           shape/form/appearance and proportion/frequency/probability. Also further
           development of listening competence; the language of science and news-reporting.
           Tasks include note-taking from listening, listening for the main idea of a text and
           the important details of a text.

AREN 207   Principles of Translation                                         3(3-0)
           Translation theories and procedure; methods and art of translation; language
           selection appropriate for each particular type of translation work; problems in
           translation and solutions to the problems; roles of translators.

AREN 304   Analytical Reading                                                 3(2-2)
           Various reading skills; drawing conclusions from the material read; idea
           presentation about the reading in the forms of written articles as well as group
           discussion.

AREN 306   Advanced Level Conversation I                                     3(2-2)
           Listening for main ideas and oral presentation of those ideas; pronunciation of
           English consonants and vowels; speaking practice with an emphasis on correct
           pronunciation based on English phonology; stress and intonation in English
           conversation.

AREN 350   Business Writing                                                  3(3-0)
           Business writing, including business letters, minutes, memorandum, fax, business
           report; study of business-related lexicons and expressions.

AREN 351   Summary Writing and Note-Taking                                       3(3-0)
           Principles of summary writing and note-taking; understanding of main ideas from
           the material read or heard; practice of summary writing and note-taking based on
           the principles learned.
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AREN 401   Advanced Level Conversation II                                           3(2-2)
           Listening and speaking in various situational contexts; interaction in English; word
           building and development of lexicon; speaking with acceptable grammar; clear
           presentation of ideas.

AREN 402   Public Speaking                                                        3(2-2)
           Listening and speaking for successful conveying of thoughts; speech preparation
           and giving; persuasive speaking; public presentation; public interview; debate;
           successful public speaking with an emphasis on language, tone of voice and gesture
           suitable for a particular situation.

AREN 403   Academic Reading                                                       3(2-2)
           Reading numerous forms of academic reading materials; drawing conclusions from
           the information obtained from the reading; oral as well as written presentation of
           ideas regarding the material read.

AREN 404   Academic Writing                                                         3(3-0)
           Form and style in the presentation of academic materials; writing academic
           materials through researching, data collection, composition and presentation;
           writing different parts of academic materials including abstract, introduction, body
           and conclusion.

ARTH 132   Thai Language Skill                                                    3(2-2)
           Theories and principles of Thai language; use of Thai language appropriate to time,
           situation and person.

EGID 290   English for Engineers                                                3(3-0)
           Practice in reading and understanding of engineering texts; analysis and
           summarization of readings to improve vocabulary and the ability to work with
           English; basic writing and listening skills; simple report-writing and oral
           presentation; aural input involving new technologies using a variety of means.
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EGID 490           English Communication for Engineers                                 3(3-0)
                   English communication: reading, writing, listening and speaking, with an
                   emphasis on Engineering; emphasis on presentation skills; writing reports;
                   analysis of professional writing and journal articles; preparation for the job
                   market, with letter writing, preparation of resumes (C.V.); interview skills.

Science and Mathematics                                                                    Credit (Lec-Lab)
*EGME 280          Energy for Life                                                        3 (3-0)
                   World and Thailand energy perspective; various form of energy relation ; energy
                   demand and supply ; energy technology ; renewable and non-renewable energy
                   resources utilization ; basic concepts of various energy conservation ; energy impact
                   to environment ; energy policy and strategy of Thailand.

EGCO 111           Computer Programming                                                    3 (2-3)
                   Introduction to computer concepts, computer components, hardware and software,
                   hardware and software interaction, Electronic Data Processing (EDP) concepts.
                   Introduction to program design and implementation using a high-level language:
                   types and expressions, iterative and conditional control statements, functions,
                   Boolean logic, array and record structures, pointers, introduction to recursion.

*EGCO 342          Information Technology for Modern Living                              3 (3-0)
                   Introduction to technology of information system, theory, principles, concept,
                   policy, roles, application and related organization of information technology, effect
                   and trends of information technology on daily life, technology law, ethics and
                   security of information, introduction to electronic commerce, internet search,
                   introduction to web page construction.

*EGCH 315          Consumer Product Technology                                            3 (3-0)
                   Processing technology for consumer products; the study of raw materials, processing
                   equipment, equipment conditions, and products; including: management and control
                   of water quality, energy, and environmental in industries such as; soap and
                   detergents, vegetable oil, starch and sugar, pulp and paper, glass, cement, ceramics,
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                   chlor-alkali, sulfuric acid, fragrances, flavors and food additives, milk, wine and
                   beer and medicine.

EGIE 261           Probability and Statistics                                              3 (3-0)
                   Statistical classification. graphical presentation of data. analysis of data. theory of
                   probability. random variable. continuous and discrete probability distribution.
                   random samples and sampling distribution. estimation theory. test of hypotheses.
                   analysis of variances. regression and correlation. application of statistics in
                   engineering.

*EGIE 337          Environmental Management                                        3 (3-0)
                   Wastes from manufacturing processes and their impact to environment. industrial
                   waste treatment. source reduction. clean Technology. auditing techniques.
                   environmental management system.




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                                           Required Course

Engineering Core                                                               Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGID 200 Engineering Mathematics                                                     3 (3-0)
              Prerequisite : SCMA 114
              Engineering applications of ordinary differential equations, system of linear
              differential equations, mathematical induction; sequences and series of numbers,
              Taylor series expansions of elementary functions, power series solutions of
              differential equations, Laplace transformation, vector integral calculus, line integral,
              volume integral, polar coordinate, calculus of real-valued functions of several
              variables, Green’s theorem, surface integrals, divergence theorem of Gauss, Stokes’
              theorem, engineering applications.

EGIE 101         Basic Engineering Practice                                 2 (1-3)
                 Prerequisite : none
                 Basic engineering processes, equipment or tools used in machining, fitting
                 operation, welding, sheet metal, safety and tools using.

EGIE 103        Engineering Materials                                                 3 (3-0)
                Prerequisite : none
                Crystallinity and non-crystallinity of materials, imperfections in crystal structure,
                meaning and testing of properties, equilibrium phase diagram and its applications
                the study and relationship of process, structure, property and application of metals,
                ceramics, plastics, polymers, asphalt, wood, concrete and composites, introduction
                to fracture, corrosion and degradation of materials, case studies on material
                selection.

EGME 102         Engineering Drawing                                               3 (2-3)
                 Prerequisite : none
                 Use of drawing instruments and engineering lettering, applied geometry, theory of
                 orthographic projection and orthographic drawing, sectional views drawing,
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           auxiliary views drawing, pictorial drawing, freehand sketching, dimensioning,
           abbreviations and symbols, interpreting engineering drawing.

SCCH 113   General Chemistry                                                 3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Principles of atomic structure, electron configuration, periodic table, chemical
           bonding, compound formation and their properties, properties of metals and semi-
           metals, states of matter and phase change, chemical thermodynamics, chemical
           kinetics and chemical equilibrium.

SCCH 118   Chemistry Laboratory                                                 1 (0-3)
           Prerequisite : none
           General techniques in chemistry, simple qualitative and quantitative analysis, some
           experiments that are related to lectures.

SCMA 113   Calculus                                                              3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Limit, continuity, derivatives of algebraic functions, logarithmic functions,
           exponential functions, trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions and
           hyperbolic functions, applications of derivatives, indeterminate forms, techniques of
           integration, introduction to line integrals; improper integrals, application of
           integration, numerical differentiation and integration, calculus of real-valued
           functions of several variables, algebra of vectors in three-dimensional spaces,
           calculus of vector-valued functions and applications, lines, planes and surfaces in
           three-dimensional spaces.

SCMA 114   Ordinary Differential Equations                                        3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Complex variables, introduction to ordinary differential equations, linear first order
           differential equations, nonlinear differential equations, applications of first order
           equations, linear second order differential equations, applications of second order
           equations, higher order differential equations, systems of linear equations, matrices,
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             determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations, numerical methods for solving
             linear algebraic problems, application in science and engineering.

SCPY 110     Physics Laboratory I                                               1 (0-3)
             Prerequisite : none
             Elementary level of experiments are designed to accompany some topics in General
             Physics I, II (SCPY 151, 152). Laboratory examination is required.

SCPY 120     Physics Laboratory II                                              1 (0-3)
             Prerequisite : none
             Intermediate level of experiments are designed to accompany some topics in
             General Physics I, II (SCPY 151, 152). Laboratory examination is required.

SCPY 151     General Physics I                                          3 (3-0)
             Prerequisite : none
             Mechanics, wave & optics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and
             magnetism.

SCPY 152     General Physics II                                                   3 (3-0)
             Prerequisite : none
             Electronics, relativity, quantum mechanics, atomic physics, nuclear physics.

Required Major                                                                        Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 201     Strength of Materials I                                                 3 (3-0)
             Prerequisite : EGME 220
             Forces and stresses; stresses and strains relationship; stresses in beams, shear force
             and Bending moment diagrams ; deflection of beams, torsion; buckling of columns ;
             Mohr ’s circle and combined stresses; failure criterion.
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*EGCE 221          Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering                               3 (3-0)
                   Prerequisite : none
                   Properties of fluid, fluid static; momentum and energy equations; equation of
                   continuity and motion; similitude and dimensional analysis; steady incompressible
                   flow.

EGCE 231           Engineering Geology                                                   3 (3-0)
                   Prerequisite : none
                   Introduction to classification; identification and origin of rocks and minerals;
                   analysis and interpretation of earth features and processes in terms of geological
                   theory and principles; application of geology in engineering work ; some method of
                   site investigation

EGCE 241           Surveying                                                                3 (3-0)
                   Prerequisite : none
                   Introduction to surveying work ; basic field works , leveling ; principles and
                   application of theodolite ; angle measurement ; distance measurement ; errors in
                   surveying acceptable error , data correction , triangulation ; precise determination of
                   azimuth ; precise traverse plane coordinate system , precise leveling; route survey ;
                   topographic survey ; map plotting.

EGCE 242           Surveying Laboratory                                                  1 (0-3)
                   Prerequisite : none
                   Field practice in measurement of distance using various instruments , leveling
                   contour ; measurement of angle ; topographic ; field survey relate to EGCE 241

*EGCE 243          Survey Camp                                                        1 (0-40)
                   Prerequisite : EGCE 242
                   Surveying techniques ; route location and design ; horizontal and vertical curves ;
                   earthwork ; alignment layout ; route construction survey .



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EGCE 271          Construction Materials                                                3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : none
                  Physical , mechanical and durability properties and metals of construction materials;
                  namely , asphalt , wood , ferrocement , concrete , polymer ,and others ; phase
                  equilibrium diagrams and their application ; meaning and testing of properties ;
                  study of macro and microstructures in relationship with overall properties of
                  construction materials ; production processes for products using construction
                  materials.

*EGCE 272 Engineering Management                                             3 (3-0)
          Prerequisite : none
          Principle of management; methods of increasing productivity ; human relation ;
          safety ; commercial laws; basis of engineering economy, finance, marking, project
          management

EGCE 273          Construction Materials Testing Laboratory                        1 (0-3)
                  Prerequisite : none
                  Laboratory testing of properties of construction materials , tensile strength ,
                  compaction strength , shearing strength , impact , bending test.

EGCE 311          Structural Analysis I                                                  3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : EGME 220
                  Introduction to structural analysis ; reactions , shears and moments in statically
                  determinate structures ; graphic statics ; influence lines of determinate structures ;
                  deflections of determinate structures by methods of virtual work , strain energy and
                  Williot-Mohr diagrams ; analysis of statically indeterminate structures by method of
                  consistent deformation.

EGCE 312          Structural Analysis II                                              3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : EGCE 311
                  Analysis of indeterminate structures by elastic load method , methods of slope and
                  deflection ,moment distribution ; strain energy ; influence line of indeterminate

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           structures; introduction to plastic analysis ; approximate analysis ; introduction to
           matrix structural analysis.

EGCE 313   Reinforced Concrete Design                                           3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 201
           Fundamental behavior in compression, flexure, torsion, shear, bond and interaction
           among these forces; design of reinforced concrete structural components by working
           stress and strength design concepts ; design practice.

EGCE 321   Hydraulic Engineering                                              3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 221
           Application of Fluid Mechanics principles to study and practice of hydraulic
           engineering ; piping systems ; water hammer ; pumps and turbines ; open channel
           flow and design ; reservoir ; dams ; spillways ; hydraulic models.

EGCE 322   Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory                                      1 (0-3)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 221
           Laboratory practice and demonstration in hydraulic engineering ; measurement of
           fluid properties ; flow through orifices and weirs , flow through pipe line ; flow in
           open channel demonstration of hydraulic systems

EGCE 331   Soil Mechanics                                                            3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 201
           Formation of soil ; soil classification ; soil exploration ; permeability ; stresses in a
           soil a soil mass ; stress-strain and strength properties of cohesive and cohesionless
           soils ; settlement ; consolidation theory ; bearing capacity theory.

EGCE 332   Soil Mechanics Laboratory                                               1 (0-3)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 201
           Laboratory experiments in soil mechanics ; standard tests to determine various
           engineering properties of soil ; uses of equipments ; report writing ; analysis of test
           results
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*EGCE 362         Environmental Systems and Management                                3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : SCCH 113
                  Basic interrelating effects on environmental in terms of environmental engineering
                  aspects; an analysis for decision making in environmental protection programs;
                  public policy and action; arrangement of organizations and institutes related to
                  environmental management including their structures and roles; policy development;
                  management approaches and program implementation; case studies of specific
                  environmental protection.

*EGCE 391         Computer Applications for Civil Engineering                      2 (1-3)
                  Prerequisite : none
                  Introduction to package computer programmes for civil engineering , studying on
                  the advantages and limitations of the programmes , applying existing computer
                  programmes and/or developing computer programmes for problems solving in civil
                  engineering field.

EGCE 395          Project Seminar                                                          1 (0-3)
                  Prerequisite : none
                  Seminar in special topics in civil engineering , student (individual or group) required
                  to select a topic in civil engineering which approved by the department and study the
                  topic to produce a proposal for civil engineering project

EGCE 402          Timber and Steel Design                                             3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : EGCE 311
                  Design of timber and steel structures, tension and compression members, beams;
                  beam-columns; built-up members, plate girders; connections, design practice.

EGCE 496          Civil Engineering Project                                             3 (0-9)
                  Prerequisite : EGCE 395
                  Project indicated in proposal of EGCE 395 have been carried out by student under
                  supervision of instructor (s) appointed by the department . A written report must be

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               submitted at completion of the course and an oral examination will be given by a
               committee appointed by the department.

EGEE 217       Fundamental of Electrical Engineering                                  3 (3-0)
               Prerequisite : SCPY 152
               Basic DC and AC circuit analysis, voltage, current and power, three phase electrical
               power system, magnetic circuit analysis, introduction to electrical machinery,
               generators, motors, and their applications, method of power transmission,
               introduction to some basic electrical instruments and electronic devices

EGEE 218       Fundamental of Electrical Engineering Laboratory                  1 (0-3)
               Prerequisite : SCPY 152
               A laboratory works of basic electrical equipment and measurements to illustrate the
               topics covered in EGEE 217

EGME 220       Engineering Mechanics                                             3 (3-0)
               Prerequisite : none
               Force systems; resultant; equilibrium; Fluid statics; kinematics and kinetics of
               particles and rigid bodies; Newton’s second law of motion.

Elective Major or Elective Engineering                                      Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 202 Strength of Materials II                                               3 (3-0)
               Prerequisite : EGCE 201
               Deflection of beams by Castigliano theorem, Virtual work, integration and
               moment area; torsion in noncircular members, thick-walled hollow shafts and
               thin-walled hollow shafts; stresses in thin-walled pressure vessels; analysis of
               indeterminate beams by three moment equation and energy method.

EGCE 323       Hydrology                                                              3 (3-0)
               Prerequisite : none
               Hydrologic cycle ; elements of hydrometeorology, precipitation , evaporation and
               transpiration ; infiltration ; stream flow measurement and rating curve ; hydrograph
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                  analysis ; derivation and application of unit hydrograph , flood routing ; subsurface
                  distribution of water ; hydraulics of groundwater.

EGCE 333          Foundation Engineering                                                    3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : EGCE 331
                  Soil bearing capacity and settlement ; shallow foundation ; deep foundation ;
                  lateral earth pressure ; retaining structures ; computer aids in foundation engineering

EGCE 341          Advanced Surveying                                                 3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : EGCE 241
                  Topographic surveying ; hydrographic surveying ; precise leveling ; horizontal
                  control network ; route surveying ; horizontal and vertical curves ; elements of
                  highway and safety design

EGCE 342          Photogrammetry                                                  3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : none
                  Basic concepts of photogrammetry ;cameras and photography ; flight planning ;
                  geometry of photograph ; photogrammetric methods , mosaic , rectification ,
                  orthophotography , stereoscopic plotting.

*EGCE 343         Route Survey                                                        3 (2-3)
                  Prerequisite : EGCE 241
                  Surveying techniques ; route location and design ; horizontal and vertical curves ;
                  earthwork ; alignment layout ; route construction survey .

EGCE 372          Construction Management                                              3 (3-0)
                  Prerequisite : none
                  Project delivery systems ; project organization ; site layout ; project planning ;
                  critical path method (CPM) ; resource management ; progress measurement;
                  construction safety; quality systems .



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EGCE 373   Town Planning                                                             3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           The application of social and scientific principles to the planning of residential area ;
           the environment and residential area; land used for commercial , industrial and
           residential area; the relation among transportation , distribution of food, energy and
           sewage in residential area; math modeling for analysis.

EGCE 374   Architectural Design                                                     3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           The architectural functions ; design and drawing ; relation between architectural
           design an engineering ; specification of materials in architectural design.

EGCE 401   Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design                                     3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 313
           Comparison between the design by working stress and ultimate stress ; reinforced
           concrete design by ultimate stress ; calculation of bending , shear force on various
           section ; the design of structural systems ; flat slab ; bridge design.

EGCE 403   Prestressed Concrete Design                                              3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 313
           Principle and concept of prestressing ; properties of materials in prestressed
           concrete ; code in designing prestressed concrete ; loss of prestress ; analysis and
           design of section for flexure , shear , bond and bearing ; deflections and camber ; the
           design of composite beams.

EGCE 404   Matrix Methods in Structural Analysis                                   3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 311 and EGCE 312
           Force and displacement method ; solution of flexibility and stiffness; introduction to
           computer programming technique in structural analysis.
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EGCE 406   Bridge Design                                                      3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 313
           Load distribution in bridges an related code ; the design of reinforced concrete
           bridge ; introduction to steel and prestressed concrete beam; simple support and
           statically indeterminate bridges.

EGCE 407   Advanced Steel Design                                                     3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 402
           Properties and specifications of structural steel ; failure of structures ; bolt , rivet
           and welded joints ; the design of structural steel and their principles and codes.

EGCE 421   Water Resource Engineering                                           3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Principles of hydrology for water resources ; hydraulics of ground water; flood and
           reservoir routing ; the various types of water resource structures ; economics in
           management of water resource.

EGCE 451    Highway Engineering                                                3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Historical development of highways ; highway administration ; principles of
           highway planning and traffic analysis ; geometric design and operations ; highway
           finance and economic ; flexible and rigid pavement design ; highway materials ;
           construction and maintenance of highways.

EGCE 452   Transportation Engineering                                           3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Transportation an development of land use; modes of transportation ; transportation
           by railways, highway , air , waterway and pipelines ; math modeling for
           transportation planning.
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EGCE 453   Pavement Design                                                        3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Pavement types ; traffic loads ; stresses in pavement ; pavement ; pavement behavior
           under moving loads; pavement materials ; the design of rigid and flexible pavements
           ; pavement construction and maintenance

EGCE 461   Sanitary Engineering                                               3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Sources of water supply ; drinking water standards , quality requirement ,
           groundwater collection ; water transmission and distribution ; water treatment
           technique ; screening coagulation and flocculation , sedimentation , filtration ,
           disinfection , softening , iron removal , taste and order removal.

EGCE 472   Asphalt Technology                                                       3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 271
           Asphalt technology in pavements for roads ; properties and testing of asphalts,
           specification of the contents of the asphalts ; mix design , the construction of asphalt
           pavement.

EGCE 473   Construction Safety Management                                            3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : none
           Safety in construction ; safety statistic ; laws and regulations ; psychology in safety ;
           construction safety engineering

EGCE 475   Concrete Technology                                              3 (3-0)
           Prerequisite : EGCE 271
           Production process of Portland cement and binders, properties of aggregate and
           chemical admixtures, design of mix proportioning, design of formwork and
           falsework, management of concrete, properties of fresh and hardened concrete,
           durability of concrete.
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                                               Training
                                                                                    Credit (Lec-Lab)
EGCE 399        Engineering Training                                                   1 (0-35)
                Prerequisite : -
                Practical training in industrial or government sectors during summer session for not
                less than 240 hours must be arranged and supervised by the department. A written
                report must be submitted to the department. The training evaluation must be graded
                as satisfactory, “S” or unsatisfactory, “U”.

18. Program Quality Assurance
    18.1 To establish the management system for the program in line with the quality assurance
          criteria of the Faculty of Engineering as well as the Department, taking into account the
          mechanism for the efficient direction towards the program.
    18.2 To develop and monitor the educational processes to ensure consistency and level of
         quality of the program in accordance with quality assurance policies and criteria. of
         Mahidol University .
    18.3 To develop and monitor overall quality of the program using the performance indicators
         listed by the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment.
    18.4 To assess and review both courses and program periodically in order to improve and set
         up a steady development for the program.
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19. Curriculum structure in other universities
         The curriculum structure contains general courses, engineering core and required
    engineering major courses which are mainly similar to those obtained from other universities.
    This is because the main course descriptions of curriculum structure have to follow the rules
    conforming to the Engineering Council. However, the elective engineering major course is
    highly flexible and capable of being adaptive to the needs of country. Additionally, students
    who enroll this curriculum have an opportunity to choose cooperative education programme.
    The main expected output of the programme are twofolds. The first output is to produce well-
    trained graduates with capability for working immediately in their career practices. The second
    output is to collaborate between public and private organizations in the field of civil engineering
    work and Mahidol University. This leads to cooperate to find and solve problems arising in the
    organization and thereafter, assist in developing practical research and supporting country
    development.

20. Cooperation of Curriculum development
         Outlines of curriculum have been supported by many organizations both inside
and outside Mahidol University as follows:
         The inside organizations supporting teaching programme are from Departments of
Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Chemical Engineering,
Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Public Health, Faculty of Social Science and
Humanity and College of Management, Mahidol University.
         There are many outside organizations from both private and public sectors supporting and
cooperating teaching and research programmes, field practices, site visits and seminars. The
examples of organizations supporting teaching programme are from M.V.S. Consultant Co., Ltd. and
Datum Constuction Co., Ltd. The examples of organizations supporting teaching and research
materials are from Siam Cement Industry Public Company Limited, Siam City Cement Pubic
Company limited, Sika (Thailand) Co., Ltd., W.R. Grace (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and Hilti (Thailand)
Co., Ltd. In addition, the examples of organizations supporting seminars, field practices and site
visits are from Padaeng Industry Public Company Limited, ESRI (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and Polyfelt
Geosynthetics (Thailand) Ltd.
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21. Needs of Graduates.
        Students who graduate from this curriculum are capable of working as a team and
have potential to do their job given. Graduates are capable of working in both private and public
organizations in the field of Civil Engineering work. The examples of work are as follows: structural
design, Construction management and administration, water resources engineering, survey
engineering, foundation engineering and transportation engineering.

								
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