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Introduction to Faculty
Silpakorn University has three main campuses:

                    


     Tha Pra Palace campus in Bangkok.
     The Sanamchan Palace campus in Nakorn Pathom province.
     The Petchaburi campus in Petchaburi province.

Faculty of Science, Silpakorn University, established in 1972, is located at the Sanamchandra Palace campus in Nakorn Pathom province, about 80 kilometers south of Bangkok. The aim of the Faculty is to provide students with the best training both in the theoretical and practical science and technology. Our graduates are well equipped in the use of the latest information technology as well as the capability to communicate in English. In addition, graduates are expected to be able to think and analyze systematically. They are also expected to possess the ethics and social responsibility required by both the public and private sectors.

The Faculty consists of eight departments:
     Department of Mathematics
     Department of Statistics
     Department of Computing
     Department of Biology
     Department of Micro Biology
     Department of Chemistry
     Department of Physics
     Department of Environmental Science

Each year, about 500 students are recruited from schools especially those in the Western and Southwestern regions of Thailand. At present, the faculty has about 2,000 undergraduates and 350 graduates, 151 teaching and research staff and 105 supporting staff.

Degree Programs
1. Bachelor of Science programs
1.1 Mathematics
1.2 Biology
1.3 Chemistry
1.4 Physics
1.5 Statistics
1.6 Environmental Science
1.7 Computer Science
1.8 Microbiology
1.9 Information Technology
1.10 Applied Mathematics

2. Master of Science Programs
2.1 Mathematics
2.2 Mathematics and Information Technology
2.3 Applied Statistics
2.4 Computer and Information Science
2.5 Biology
2.6 Chemical Studies
2.7 Organic Chemistry
2.8 Analytical Chemistry
2.9 Physics
2.10 Environmental Science
2.11 Forensic Science (In cooperation with Police Cadet Institution)
2.12 Microbiology

3. Ph.D.Programs
3.1 Organic Chemistry
3.2 Computer and Information Science
3.3 Physics
3.4 Biology
3.5 Microbiology
3.6 Mathematics (International Program )

Research
Right from its establishment. The Faculty has put great emphasis on research. Over the years, our faculty members have continued to publish their research works nationally and internationally. Research interests of the Faculty are diversified. Both basic and applied research is conducted in the fields of theory of mathematics and applied mathematics, statistics, computer science and information technology. Biology,
Physics, chemistry and environmental science. However, a number of research themes tie the Faculty together in these areas: Natural Products, Nutritional Biochemistry, Solar Energy, Atmospheric Physics, Biodiversities, Plant Tissue Culture Technology and Pollution Control.

Academic Cooperation
The Faculty has close cooperation with science and technology organizations in Thailand such as the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology, National Science and Technology Development Agency and Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research. It has both formal and informal links with universities in the U.S., Germany, Australia, Japan and China. Academic cooperation with academic institutions from other countries is being established in teaching, joint research and the exchanges of staff and students.

Objective
The Faculty of Science, Silpakorn University has a strong commitment to providing the students with the best training both in the theoretical and practical science and technology. Our graduates are well equipped for the use of the latest information technology as well as the capability to communicate in English. In addition, graduates are expected to be able to think and analyze systematically. They are also expected to possess the ethics and social responsibility required by both the public and private sectors.

Admission Criteria
Applicants are selected according to the procedures laid down by the Ministry of University Affairs and Silpakorn University.

Academic System
The academic system is based on the semester-credit system. Each academic year is divided into 2 semesters with each semester comprising 16 weeks. In addition, 8-week courses may be offered during the summer recess depending on the availability of resources.

Duration of Study
Each program may be completed in a minimum of three and a half years but not exceeding eight years.

Assessment and Completion of a Program
Students must achieve a total cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 for all courses taken. In addition, the students must also achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 for all compulsory and elective courses required by the department.

Quality Assurance
1. Auditors and members of examination committees consist of highly qualified experts in the fields.
2. The programs are subjected to standard quality assurance procedure laid down by the Ministry of University Affairs.
3. The programs are managed systematically and revised every five years.

Curriculum Structure
The Faculty of Science offers 9 programs of undergraduate study as follows: Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Statistics, Environmental Science, Computer Science, Microbiology and Information Technology. The curriculum structure of each major comprises General Educational Courses, Core Courses and Free Elective Courses as shown in table 1.

General Education Courses
Students are required to take at least 30 credits from the following courses
1 Compulsory Courses: 19 credits
1.1 Language Courses: 12 credits from the following courses
080 177 English I 3(2-2-5)
080 178 English II 3(2-2-5)
510 201 Scientific English I 3(3-0-6)
510 202 Communicative English 3(3-0-6)

1.2 Science and Mathematics Courses: 7 credits from the following courses
515 201 Elementary Statistics I 4(3-2-7)
517 101 Introduction to Computers 3(2-2-5)

2 Elective Courses: 11 credits
2.1 Humanities Courses: at least 4 credits selected from the following courses
080 101 Man and Creativity 3(3-0-6)
080 103 Introduction to Logic 2(2-0-4)
080 105 Buddhist Philosophy 2(2-0-4)
080 107 Music Appreciation 2(2-0-4)
080 114 Art Appreciation 2(2-0-4)
080 117 Literary Appreciation 2(2-0-4)
080 118 Contemporary Thai Literature 2(2-0-4)
080 119 Eastern Civilization 2(2-0-4)
080 121 Western Civilization 2(2-0-4)
080 176 Language and Communication 3(3-0-6)
431 101 Foundation of Thai Music 2(1-3-2)
433 101 A Survey of Philosophy 2(2-0-4)
449 104 Thai Civilization 3(3-0-6)

2.2 Social Science Courses: at least 4 credits selected from the following courses
080 126 Man and His Environment 3(3-0-6)
080 127 Introduction to Psychology 2(2-0-4)
080 128 Developmental Psychology 2(2-0-4)
080 133 Economics in Everyday Life 2(2-0-4)
080 135 Law and Society 2(2-0-4)
080 138 Geography of Thailand 3(3-0-6)
080 139 Physical Education 1(0-2-1)
080 140 Sport Education 2(1-2-3)
415 151 Southeast Asian World 2(2-0-4)
415 152 Contemporary Affairs from Historical Perspectives 2(2-0-4)
435 101 The Political World 2(2-0-4)
435 102 Society in a Changing World 2(2-0-4)

2.3 Science, Mathematics and Language Courses: at least 3 credits selected from the following courses
080 151 Man and Science 3(3-0-6)
* 080 156 Environmental Pollution 3(3-0-6)
** 516 272 Natural Environment and Cultural Heritage Conservation 3(3-0-6)
554 101 Herbal Medicines 3(3-0-6)
554 103 Man and Toxic Substances 3(3-0-6)
554 104 Food for Health 3(3-0-6)

* not valid for Environmental Science students
** a compulsory course for Environmental Science students



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