Graduate Programs

All M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs are international programs, including 17 programs at Master's level and 16 programs at Ph.D. level in various scientific disciplines. The Faculty Graduate Programs currently enroll approximately 500 master's students and 500 Ph.D. students.

Master Degree Programs

The Faculty has very strong, well-established international graduate programs at the Master's and Ph.D. levels. These programs including departmental programs, interdepartmental programs, interfaculty programs, and joint degree programs.

[ List of the Program Directors and Departments ]

1. M.Sc. (Anatomy and Structural Biology) (International Program)
2. M.Sc. (Applied Mathematics) (International Program)
3. M.Sc. (Biochemistry) (International Program)
4. M.Sc. (Biotechnology) (International Program)
5. M.Sc. (Chemistry) (International Program)
6. M.Sc. (Environmental Biology) (International Program)
7. M.Sc. (Exercise Physiology) (International Program)
8. M.Sc. (Forensic Science) ** (International Program)
9. M.Sc. (Materials Science and Engineering) ** (International Program)
10. M.Sc. (Microbiology) (International Program)
11. M.Sc. (Pathobiology) (International Program)
12. M.Sc. (Pharmacology) (International Program)
13. M.Sc. (Physics) (International Program)
14. M.Sc. (Physiology) (International Program)
15. M.Sc. (Plant Sciences) (International Program)
16. M.Sc. (Polymer Science and Technology) (Regular Program)
17. M.Sc. (Toxicology) ** (International Program)

More Information about M.Sc. Programs, please contact

- Faculty of Graduate Studies : http://www.grad.mahidol.ac.th
- Medical and Graduate Education Division, Faculty of Science Tel. +66 2201-5836-7 Fax. +66 2201-5839
( ** Contact Multidisciplinary Unit , Faculty of Science Tel. +66 2201-5470-2, Fax. +66 2644-5426 )


Master's Degree Program in Environmental Toxicology, Technology and Management

The curriculum of the post-graduate program in Environmental Toxicology, Technology and Management has been created by the Chulabhorn Research Institute (CRI) through the support of UNDP. The curriculum development committee consisted of a team of local experts from Chulabhorn Research Institute (CRI), Mahidol University (MU), the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and a team of international experts from North America, Europe and the United Nations.

more information at http://www.eht.sc.mahidol.ac.th/academic-programs/iu/about-iu

 

Doctoral Degree Programs

[ List of the Program Directors and Departments ]

1. Ph.D. in Anatomy and Structural Biology (International Program)
2. Ph.D. in Biochemistry (International Program)
3. Ph.D. in Biology (International Program)
4. Ph.D. in Biotechnology * (International Program)
5. Ph.D. in Chemistry (International Program)
6. Ph.D. in Exercise Science (International Program)
7. Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering ** (International Program)
8. Ph.D. in Mathematics (International Program)
9. Ph.D. in Microbiology (International Program)
10. Ph.D. in Molecular Medicine ** (International Program)
11. Ph.D. in Pathobiology (International Program)
12. Ph.D. in Pharmacology (International Program)
13. Ph.D. in Physics (International Program)
14. Ph.D. in Physiology (International Program)
15. Ph.D. in Polymer Science and Technology (International Program)
16. Ph.D. in Toxicology ** (International Program)
17. Ph.D. in Botany (International Program)

* In addition, a double degree program launched in 2010 for the Ph.D. in Biotechnology (Mahidol University, Thailand) - Ph.D. in Horticulture (Chiba University, Japan)

 

More Information about Ph.D. Programs, please contact

- Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Medical and Graduate Education Division, Faculty of Science Tel. +66 2201-5836-7 Fax. +66 2201-5839
( ** Contact Multidisciplinary Unit, Faculty of Science Tel.+66 2201-5470-2, Fax. +66 2644-5426 )


Doctoral Program in Environmental Toxicology, Technology and Management

The curriculum of the post-graduate program in Environmental Toxicology, Technology and Management has been created by the Chulabhorn Research Institute (CRI) through the support of UNDP. The curriculum development committee consisted of a team of local experts from Chulabhorn Research Institute (CRI), Mahidol University (MU), the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and a team of international experts from North America, Europe and the United Nations.

more information at http://www.eht.sc.mahidol.ac.th/academic-programs/iu/about-iu