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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

The undergraduate Program in Biomedical Engineering at Mahidol University prepares students to be leaders in biomedical engineering and for further education in graduate school or related areas in academics and industry. This program consisted of 30 credits of general courses, 100 credits of BME courses and 6 credits of free elective courses. During study, we provide a flexible curriculum that exposes students to the newest developments in the field, permits depth in an area of biomedical engineering, educates self thinking for solving problems that integrates between engineering and biomedical science. Additionally, we promote an interdisciplinary learning environment to train our students to function effectively in positions that require intellectual growth, open inquiry, self learning, and self thinking. Our graduates will be able to address complex biomedical engineering problems in academia and medical industry that require integration of multi knowledge.

Program Director: Assoc. Prof. Norased Nasongkla, Ph.D.
Contact: norased.nas@mahidol.ac.th



Mission & Vision
   
The biomedical engineering program is focused on the development and creation of medical excellence which corresponds directly to the mission of Mahidol University. The courses also aim to develop students' ability as well as to promote and encourage technical cooperation and research to the international level. The program aims to build on the excellence of the research basing on the merit of university missions including health science, art and innovation to become the leader in the national and international stage.

Distinctive Features

- Joint program with University of Strathclyde (2 years MU + 2 years UoS)
- A multi-disciplinary, project- and research-based program
- Strong collaboration with schools of medicine
- Coursework on Entrepreneurial and Business
- Based on success and long history of graduate programs

Career Opportunities after Graduation
1) Medical Device Company: Product specialist, R&D engineer, etc.
2) Researcher in Biomedical Engineering or a related fields
3) Entrepreneurs in Medical Industry and Technology
4) Officials in government agency in the field of Biomedical Engineering or related fields
5) Biomedical Engineer

Curriculum
Plan A: Regular program
   This curriculum includes 4 academic years following semester system at Mahidol University. One academic year will be divided into two semesters (15 weeks) and one summer (6 weeks).


Plan B: Advanced academic program (หลักสูตรปริญญาตรีแบบก้าวหน้าทางวิชาการ)

   This plan includes 4 academic years following semester system at Mahidol University. One academic year will be divided into two semesters (15 weeks) and one summer (6 weeks).
This is an education plan for enhancing specific knowledge in research for students with distinctive education results. This is also for students who are willing to apply for the graduate program. Students in this program requires to take the same general, specific, and elective subject as normal students with the addition of 4 graduate courses (12 credits) with the serial number of 5xx or more in a master of engineering in biomedical engineering of which are approved by the department. Students in this plan do not need to register for EGBI 495 Seminar for biomedical engineer and EGBI 496 Biomedical engineering project. Instead, students will register for EGBI 491 Biomedical Engineering Research Seminar and EGBI 492 Biomedical Engineering Research. Students can apply for the advanced academic program under the approval from the committee of the department of biomedical engineering within a final half of the 1st semester of the 3rd year, the said student would be required to have the GPAX before applying for the program no less than 3.25 and never receive any F grading in any subject.

Student Outcome (SOs)

   1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex biomedical engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
   2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
   3. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
   4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in biomedical engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of biomedical engineering solutions on global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
   5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.
   6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data from living and non-living system, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
   7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.


Graduation Requireme
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   In order to graduate, the students must complete 137 or 146 credits based on each program’s requirements. Students have to check the course record at the fourth year level. All students must complete the following areas of study to graduate:
• General education
• Required Courses
• Free electives
• Engineering Training
To graduate, students must earn a minimum Cumulative GPA of 2.00. The Commission on Higher Education also requires that a student must study at least three years before qualifying for graduation. Students are required to request for their graduation and to check the printed course record provided by the Academic Affairs Units before their last semester. They need to update themselves about the graduation information at the Academic Affairs Unit. Only students who have completed all course requirements within the second semester can attend the graduation ceremony in that academic year.
Honors and Awar
ds
   In recognition of exceptional students, the University has an honors system. Students maintaining high scholastic cumulative GPAs are eligible to graduate with honors. Students who have earned a cumulative GPA between 3.25 and 4.00 will be eligible for honors if they meet all of the following requirements according to Mahidol University regulations:
• First Class Honors: earn a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher
• Second Class Honors: earn a cumulative GPA between 3.25 and 3.49
• Completed all courses required to earn the degree within 4 years


Study plan

Plan A Regular program


1st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วทฟส ๑๗๗
SCPY 177

ฟิสิกส์พื้นฐาน
Basic Physics

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

วทคณ ๑๗๔
SCMA 174

แคลคูลัสและระบบสมการเชิงอนุพันธ์สามัญ
Calculus and Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคม ๑๖๑
SCPY 177

เคมีทั่วไป
General Chemistry

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทชว ๑๖๓
SCBI 163

ชีววิทยาสาระสำคัญ
Essential Biology

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

วทชว ๑๙๒
SCBI 192

ปฏิบัติการหลักชีววิทยา
Biology Laboratory

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วทคม ๑๖๙
SCCH 169

ปฏิบัติการเคมี
Chemistry Laboratory

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วทฟส ๑๑๑
SCPY 111

ปฏิบัติการฟิสิกส์ ๑
Physics Laboratory I

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วศชพ ๑๐๐
EGBI 100

วิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์ในสภาวการณ์ปัจจุบัน
Biomedical Engineering in the Real World

๑ (๑-๐-๒)
1 (1-0-2)

วศชพ ๑๘๐
EGBI 180

ทักษะผู้ประกอบการสำหรับวิศวกรชีวการแพทย์
Entrepreneurial Skills for Biomedical Engineering

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

ศศภอ ๑๘๐
LAEN 180

ภาษาอังกฤษเพื่อวัตถุประสงค์ทางวิชาการ ๑
English for Academic Purposes I

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชาวิทยาศาสตร์และคณิตศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Science and Mathematics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Social Sciences and Humanities

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

  Total 22 Credits  

 

1st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๑๐๑
EGBI 101

ทักษะพื้นฐานทางวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Basic Engineering Skills in Biomedical Engineering

๒ (๑-๓-๓)
2 (1-3-3)

วทฟส ๑๖๒
SCPY 162

ฟิสิกส์ทั่วไป ๒
General Physics II

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคม ๑๗๒
SCCH 172

เคมีอินทรีย์
Organic Chemistry

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคร ๑๐๒
SCID 102

ชีววิทยาระดับเซลล์และโมเลกุล
Cell and Molecular Biology

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

ศศภอ ๑๘๑
LAEN 181

ภาษาอังกฤษเพื่อวัตถุประสงค์ทางวิชาการ ๒
English for Academic Purposes II

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

วศชพ ๑๒๐
EGBI 120

เขียนแบบวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Engineering Drawing and Computer Aided Design

๓ (๒-๓-๕)
3 (2-3-5)

  วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มภาษา
General Education Elective : Languages

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

  วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชาวิทยาศาสตร์และคณิตศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Science and Mathematics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 21 Credits  

 

2st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๒๖๐
EGBI 260

ชีวกลศาสตร์ ๑
Biomechanics I

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๓๒
EGBI 232

ไฟฟ้าและอิเล็กทรอนิกส์ทางการแพทย์
Electrical and Electronics in Medicine

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๐๒
EGBI 202

คณิตศาสตร์วิศวกรรม
Engineering Mathematics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๑๒๑
EGBI 121

การเขียนโปรแกรมคอมพิวเตอร์
Computer Programming

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทชพ ๒๑๑
SCBM 211

โครงสร้างร่างกายมนุษย์ ๑
Human Structure I

๓ (๑-๔-๔)
3 (1-4-4)

วทชพ ๒๒๑
SCBM 221

สรีรวิทยาสำหรับวิทยาศาสตร์การแพทย์ ๑
Physiology for Medical Sciences I

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทชพ ๒๘๑
SCBM 281

ชีวเคมี
Biochemistry

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคร ๒๐๑
SCID 201

เทคนิคการเรียนรู้
Learning Techniques

๑ (๑-๐-๒)
1 (1-0-2)

  Total 22 Credits  

 

2st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๒๖๑
                EGBI 261

ชีวกลศาสตร์ ๒
Biomechanics II

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๒๐
EGBI 220

วิธีคำนวณสำหรับวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Computational Methods for Biomedical Engineering

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๕๐
EGBI 350

ชีววัสดุ
Biomaterials

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๒๑
EGBI 221

สถิติทางชีววิทยาและความน่าจะเป็น
Biostatistics and probability

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศอน ๑๑๐
EGII 110

วัสดุวิศวกรรม
Engineering Materials

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๐๑
EGBI 201

ปฏิบัติการวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์ ๑
Biomedical Engineering Lab I

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Social Sciences and Humanities

๓ (๓-๐-๖)

3 (3-0-6)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มภาษา
General Education Elective : Languages

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

  Total 21 Credits  

 

3st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๓๓๐
EGBI 330

การวัดและเครื่องมือวัดทางชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Measurement and Instrumentation

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๔๐
EGBI 340

ระบบและสัญญาณชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Signals and Systems

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๗๐
EGBI 370

อุณหพลศาสตร์ชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Thermodynamics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๐๑
EGBI 301

การออกแบบในงานวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Design for Biomedical Engineering

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๕๑
EGBI 351

ความเข้ากันได้ทางชีวภาพ
Biocompatibility

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๐๐
EGBI 300

ปฏิบัติการวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์ ๒
Biomedical Engineering Lab II

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

 

วิชาเลือกเสรี
Free Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 19 Credits  

 

3st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๓๓๑
EGBI 331

ระบบควบคุมสำหรับวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Control System for Biomedical Engineering

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๒๐
EGBI 320

ระบบเชิงเลขและไมโครโพรเซสเซอร์
Digital Systems and Microprocessors

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๙๐
EGBI 390

ผู้ประกอบธุรกิจด้านการแพทย์
Business for medical entrepreneur

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๔xx
EGBI 4XX

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 12 Credits  

 

Summer

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๓๙๙
EGBI 399

การฝึกงานทางวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Training

๑ (๐-๓๕-๑๐)
(0-35-10)

 

4st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๔๙๕
EGBI 495

สัมมนาวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Seminar

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วศชพ ๔๙๓
EGBI 493

รูปแบบธุรกิจสำหรับนวัตกรรมทางการแพทย์
Business Model for Medical Innovation

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๔xx
EGBI 4XX

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

 

วิชาเลือกเสรี
Free Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 10 Credits  

 

4st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๔๙๖
EGBI 496

โครงงานวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Projects

๓ (๐-๙-๓)
3 (0-9-3)

วศชพ ๔xx
EGBI 4XX

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 6 Credits  

Plan B Advanced academic program

1st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วทฟส ๑๗๗
SCPY 177

ฟิสิกส์พื้นฐาน
Basic Physics

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

วทคณ ๑๗๔
SCMA 174

แคลคูลัสและระบบสมการเชิงอนุพันธ์สามัญ
Calculus and Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคม ๑๖๑
SCPY 177

เคมีทั่วไป
General Chemistry

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทชว ๑๖๓
SCBI 163

ชีววิทยาสาระสำคัญ
Essential Biology

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

วทชว ๑๙๒
SCBI 192

ปฏิบัติการหลักชีววิทยา
Biology Laboratory

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วทคม ๑๖๙
SCCH 169

ปฏิบัติการเคมี
Chemistry Laboratory

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วทฟส ๑๑๑
SCPY 111

ปฏิบัติการฟิสิกส์ ๑
Physics Laboratory I

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วศชพ ๑๐๐
EGBI 100

วิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์ในสภาวการณ์ปัจจุบัน
Biomedical Engineering in the Real World

๑ (๑-๐-๒)
1 (1-0-2)

วศชพ ๑๘๐
EGBI 180

ทักษะผู้ประกอบการสำหรับวิศวกรชีวการแพทย์
Entrepreneurial Skills for Biomedical Engineering

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

ศศภอ ๑๘๐
LAEN 180

ภาษาอังกฤษเพื่อวัตถุประสงค์ทางวิชาการ ๑
English for Academic Purposes I

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชาวิทยาศาสตร์และคณิตศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Science and Mathematics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Social Sciences and Humanities

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

  Total 22 Credits  

 

1st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๑๐๑
EGBI 101

ทักษะพื้นฐานทางวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Basic Engineering Skills in Biomedical Engineering

๒ (๑-๓-๓)
2 (1-3-3)

วทฟส ๑๖๒
SCPY 162

ฟิสิกส์ทั่วไป ๒
General Physics II

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคม ๑๗๒
SCCH 172

เคมีอินทรีย์
Organic Chemistry

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคร ๑๐๒
SCID 102

ชีววิทยาระดับเซลล์และโมเลกุล
Cell and Molecular Biology

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

ศศภอ ๑๘๑
LAEN 181

ภาษาอังกฤษเพื่อวัตถุประสงค์ทางวิชาการ ๒
English for Academic Purposes II

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

วศชพ ๑๒๐
EGBI 120

เขียนแบบวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Engineering Drawing and Computer Aided Design

๓ (๒-๓-๕)
3 (2-3-5)

  วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มภาษา
General Education Elective : Languages

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

  วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชาวิทยาศาสตร์และคณิตศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Science and Mathematics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 21 Credits  

 

2st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๒๖๐
EGBI 260

ชีวกลศาสตร์ ๑
Biomechanics I

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๓๒
EGBI 232

ไฟฟ้าและอิเล็กทรอนิกส์ทางการแพทย์
Electrical and Electronics in Medicine

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๐๒
EGBI 202

คณิตศาสตร์วิศวกรรม
Engineering Mathematics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๑๒๑
EGBI 121

การเขียนโปรแกรมคอมพิวเตอร์
Computer Programming

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทชพ ๒๑๑
SCBM 211

โครงสร้างร่างกายมนุษย์ ๑
Human Structure I

๓ (๑-๔-๔)
3 (1-4-4)

วทชพ ๒๒๑
SCBM 221

สรีรวิทยาสำหรับวิทยาศาสตร์การแพทย์ ๑
Physiology for Medical Sciences I

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทชพ ๒๘๑
SCBM 281

ชีวเคมี
Biochemistry

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วทคร ๒๐๑
SCID 201

เทคนิคการเรียนรู้
Learning Techniques

๑ (๑-๐-๒)
1 (1-0-2)

  Total 22 Credits  

 

2st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๒๖๑
                EGBI 261

ชีวกลศาสตร์ ๒
Biomechanics II

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๒๐
EGBI 220

วิธีคำนวณสำหรับวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Computational Methods for Biomedical Engineering

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๕๐
EGBI 350

ชีววัสดุ
Biomaterials

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๒๑
EGBI 221

สถิติทางชีววิทยาและความน่าจะเป็น
Biostatistics and probability

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศอน ๑๑๐
EGII 110

วัสดุวิศวกรรม
Engineering Materials

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๒๐๑
EGBI 201

ปฏิบัติการวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์ ๑
Biomedical Engineering Lab I

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มวิชามนุษยศาสตร์และสังคมศาสตร์
General Education Elective : Social Sciences and Humanities

๓ (๓-๐-๖)

3 (3-0-6)

 

วิชาเลือกหมวดศึกษาทั่วไป กลุ่มภาษา
General Education Elective : Languages

๒ (๒-๐-๔)
2 (2-0-4)

  Total 21 Credits  

 

3st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๓๓๐
EGBI 330

การวัดและเครื่องมือวัดทางชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Measurement and Instrumentation

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๔๐
EGBI 340

ระบบและสัญญาณชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Signals and Systems

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๗๐
EGBI 370

อุณหพลศาสตร์ชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Thermodynamics

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๐๑
EGBI 301

การออกแบบในงานวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Design for Biomedical Engineering

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๕๑
EGBI 351

ความเข้ากันได้ทางชีวภาพ
Biocompatibility

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๐๐
EGBI 300

ปฏิบัติการวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์ ๒
Biomedical Engineering Lab II

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

 

วิชาเลือกเสรี
Free Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 19 Credits  

 

3st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๓๓๑
EGBI 331

ระบบควบคุมสำหรับวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Control System for Biomedical Engineering

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๒๐
EGBI 320

ระบบเชิงเลขและไมโครโพรเซสเซอร์
Digital Systems and Microprocessors

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๓๙๐
EGBI 390

ผู้ประกอบธุรกิจด้านการแพทย์
Business for medical entrepreneur

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๔xx
EGBI 4XX

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 12 Credits  

 

Summer

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๓๙๙
EGBI 399

การฝึกงานทางวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Training

๑ (๐-๓๕-๑๐)
(0-35-10)

 

4st year semester 1

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๔๙๑
EGBI 491

สัมมนางานวิจัยวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Research Seminar

๑ (๐-๓-๑)
1 (0-3-1)

วศชพ ๔๙๓
EGBI 493

รูปแบบธุรกิจสำหรับนวัตกรรมทางการแพทย์
Business Model for Medical Innovation

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ ๔xx
EGBI 4XX

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ๕xx/๖xx
EGBI5xx/6xx

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ๕xx/๖xx
EGBI5xx/6xx

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

 

วิชาเลือกเสรี
Free Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 16 Credits  

 

4st year semester 2

Code

Name

Credits

วศชพ ๔๙๒
EGBI 492

งานวิจัยวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Research

๓ (๐-๙-๓)
3 (0-9-3)

วศชพ ๔xx
EGBI 4XX

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ๕xx/๖xx
EGBI5xx/6xx

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

วศชพ๕xx/๖xx
EGBI5xx/6xx

วิชาเลือกวิศวกรรมชีวการแพทย์
Biomedical Engineering Elective

๓ (๓-๐-๖)
3 (3-0-6)

  Total 12 Credits  

Student Admissions
   The Faculty of Engineering and the Biomedical Engineering Program adheres to the general admissions policy of Mahidol University which are composed of two systems in two rounds, known as university’s quota system for the first round and the central admission system for the second round. The quota system is organized by the university, the applicant can select only one program. The requirements for admission such as exam scores or grade point average from high school are announced to public as well as the name of candidates who pass the first round of admission. This ends up in February to March of the year. The second round or the central admission system is run by the Association of the Rector of Thailand and the Office of the Higher Education Commission, the candidates can apply for four programs which is then ranked and submitted for the interview only one program in May to June. Table 1-1 shows the students admissions over the past 5 academic years. The data are for all freshmen entering the program.

Transfer Students and Transfer Courses
   Students who wish to transfer program must meet the following qualifications:
(1) Being an undergraduate student at the University and not a candidate to be a new student.
(2) Must have a university entrance examination score in the central system run by the Association of the Rector of Thailand and the Office of the Higher Education Commission or exam scores on the university's quota system or the direct receiver of the Faculty. The scores should not be less than the final order of students of the program where the student will be transferred.
(3) Never been approved for a university transfer.
(4) Have been studied at least two semesters before transferring.
Program Requirements:
(1) The transfer will take place at least one academic year and the subject must be asked and approved by the Deans of the two faculty of Mahidol University. The transfer should be preceded before enrolling at least 8 weeks before the semester starts.
(2) The consideration for transferring the program should be completed and proposed to the university for approval not less than 1 week before registration.
(3) Transferring of the program must comply to Mahidol University Regulations on Diploma and Undergraduate Study 2009.
(3.1) The courses will be eligible for transfer credits if the content match 75% or more of the content of the equivalent program.
(3.2) Grade T will appear on the transcript for a transferred course but will not be counted as part of the cumulative Grade Point Average.
Criteria for consideration:
(1) There is a seat available from the enrollment number in comparison with the number of the university's admissions plan.
(2) Approved by the faculty members of prior programs and the program to be admitted.

Admissions Standards for Transfer Students :

Transfer of other university students
Students from other higher education institutions must have the following features:
(1) Being an undergraduate student of another higher education institution and not being a candidate for a new student.
(2) Similar qualifications as transfer student within Mahidol University.
Criteria and consideration of transfer of students from other higher education institutions in Thailand and other countries:
(1) There is a seat available from the enrollment number in comparison with the number of the university's admissions plan at the end of the academic year.
(2) The student need to be transferred sends the written request to the university before the semester to study at least 8 weeks.
(3) Approved by the faculty members of the institution in which the student is affiliated.
Admissions Standards for Transfer Students:
Exchange students
(1) Provide international students with an international exchange program who would like to study the course in the university's curriculum. With the qualification of being an undergraduate student in a foreign higher education institution, including agreement documents (MOU) with the university or university sections that specify how long they will be enrolled in the course, or how long they will be enrolled and the Type of International Exchange.
(2) International exchange students who need a transcript should be enrolled according to Mahidol University Regulation regarding undergraduate student registration and regular enrollment (Thai) and Continuing Studies 2010
(3) Practices other than this notice are under the Rector consideration.

Advising and Career Guidance
All biomedical engineering students receive academic advising. Professional advisors within Department serve as primary academic advisors to all students within the Biomedical Engineering department.
Academic and Career Advising: At the Faculty of Engineering, departments take responsibility for advising their own majors on curricular and career matters. First term, freshmen students take a required orientation activities from department, faculty and university where they receive formal instructions in living, learning including planning their courses of study and registering for classes. All students are notified the academic calendar and course registration schedule two weeks before registration. The primary regular contact between the student and their advisor occurs during the first two weeks of each academic term. Because of the mandatory co-op or internship requirement, Engineering students get a good sense of career choices, professional opportunities, and how to pursue them through their co-op work experiences. The interaction with other students who have a broad spectrum of work experiences help students gain a strong sense of their professional and academic goals by the time they graduate. Students also develop extensive networks through their own and their friends’ contacts in industry. While students get career advice from their co-op work supervisors, colleagues, and other students; faculty and staff advise students on career matters whenever such advising is sought. Students frequently seek advice and obtain letters of recommendation from faculty members with whom they have developed rapport.
Senior Project Advising: Every student is assigned a faculty advisor for the undergraduate engineering project. The project topic is approved beforehand and is based on its potential to enhance the student’s knowledge. The faculty advisor interacts with the student through meetings, emails, phone calls, and visits to the industry. They also read preliminary and final drafts of the student’s work. Sample student project will be available for the ABET team during the accreditation visit. It has been part of the department’s culture for faculty to have an “open-door” policy for student visits. The primary role of mentoring encompasses general non-curriculum related guidance to student concerns on transition to college, employment perspective, and professional development, etc. Although there is no structured system for these activities, our department prides itself in creating an informal and comfortable social atmosphere in which students can routinely communicate with faculty outside classrooms. Students can have face to face meeting with faculty regularly for example after the class (4pm). Moreover, the department assigns the faculty to advise students for each year including Year 1 Dr.Songpol Ongwattanakul; Year 2 Dr.Panrasee Ritthipravat; Year 3 Dr.Phornphop Naiyanetr; Year 4 Dr.Soontorn Oraintara.




Course Assessment Criteria
Department of Biomedical Engineering

Program name : Bachelor of Engineering Program in Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Course Code : EGBE 390
Course Title : Biostatistics and Probability
Number of Credits : 1 (1-0-2) Lecture 1 hr – Lab 0 hr – Self Study 2 hr
Class Schedule : Wednesday 9-10am
Semester/Academic Year: 1/2017
Instructor(s) : Norased Nasongkla, Ph.D.
Course Coordinator(s): Norased Nasongkla, Ph.D.
Pre-requisite(s): None
Co-requisite(s): None
Texts/References :
- Handouts
- Brody, Eugene. Biomedical Technology and Human Rights. Aldershot, England: UNESCO, 1993.
- Eaton, Margaret. Ethics and the Business of Bioscience. Stanford, CA: Stanford Business Books, 2004.
- Black, M. M. and C. Riley. "Moral Issues and Priorities in Biomedical Engineering". Science Medicine and Man. 1.1 (Apr. 1973): 67-74
- Thoma, H. "Some Aspects of Medical Ethics from the Perspective of Bioengineering". Theoretical Medicine 7.3 (Oct. 1986): 305-17.
Course Description:
Importance of learning philosophy, ethics and laws for biomedical engineering: Philosophy on categorizing medical devices: Medical device act, licensing of medical devices, related standards on medical devices: Ethics for engineer: Related laws on engineer: Case studies on ethics for engineer: Origin and Importance of ethical reinforcement for human research: Process on developing the proposal for ethical reinforcement for human research: Issues and suggestions on developing the proposal for ethical reinforcement for human research: Medicine related laws: Medical device related laws: Case studies in medicine and medical devices: Principles of general laws: Intellectual property laws: Laws, philosophy and ethics in biomedical engineering related to ASEAN community.
Course Objectives:
1. To solve biomedical engineering problems with proper ethics based on philosophy and related legislation
2. Apply the proper knowledge from philosophy of engineering, human research ethics, and biomedical engineers’ regulations in their assigned tasks.
3. Analyze and solving international problems related to ASEAN based on knowledge from biomedical engineering ethics; in addition, international and intellectual property laws in their assigned tasks.
4. Convey consciousness and responsibility to the job of a Biomedical Engineer towards any disputes given.

Course Learning Outcomes: CLOs

Student Outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes : (CLOs) [Selected From General Performance Indicators (or *PIs

Course Specific Performance Indicators

4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in biomedical engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of biomedical engineering solutions on global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts

1. To solve biomedical engineering problems with proper ethics based on philosophy and related legislation 2. Apply the proper knowledge from philosophy of engineering, human research ethics, and biomedical engineers’ regulations in their assigned tasks. 3. Analyze and solving international problems related to ASEAN based on knowledge from biomedical engineering ethics; in addition, international and intellectual property laws in their assigned tasks. 4. Convey consciousness and responsibility to the job of a Biomedical Engineer towards any disputes given.

• Knows code of ethics for the discipline
• Able to evaluate the ethical dimensions of a problem in the discipline

Assessment Criteria:
• Direct Assessment: (Please list such as: Assignments/Quizzes/Mid-term Test/ Final Test/Project/Report/Presentation etc.)
1. Mid-term Test
2. Assignments
• Indirect Assessment: (Please list such as : Student Survey/Class Observation/ Course Follow up etc.) 1. Student Survey

 

     

 




Course Assessment Criteria
Department of Biomedical Engineering

Program name : Bachelor of Engineering Program in Biomedical Engineering , Faculty of Engineering
Course Code : EGBE 495
Course Title : Biostatistics and Probability
Number of Credits : 1 (0-3-6) Lecture 0 hr – Lab 3 hr – Self Study 6 hr
Class Schedule : After 16:00
Semester/Academic Year: 1/2018
Instructor(s) : Norased Nasongkla, Ph.D.
Course Coordinator(s): Norased Nasongkla, Ph.D.
Pre-requisite(s): None
Co-requisite(s): None
Texts/References :
- Assigned articles in journal
Course Description:
Discussion on current topics in biomedical engineering including methodology and research ethics in human and animal researches. Project proposal writing and presentation at the end of course.
Course Objectives:
1. Examines approaches and models for solving a biomedical engineering problem effectively.
2. Produces a clear and unambiguous statement in a design project
3. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
4. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data from living and non-living system, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
5. Function effectively on a team and realize ethical issues
6. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Course Learning Outcomes: CLOs

Student Outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes : (CLOs) [Selected From General Performance Indicators (or *PIs

Course Specific Performance Indicators

1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex biomedical engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.

Examines approaches and models for solving a biomedical engineering problem effectively.

• Identifies problem and unknowns
• Examines approaches and models for solving an engineering problem effectively.

2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social,environmental, and economic factors

Produces a clear and unambiguous statement in a design project

• Produces a clear and unambiguous statement in a design project
• Identifies constraints on the design problem, and establishes criteria for acceptability and desirability of solutions
• Carries solution through to the most economic/desirable solution and justifies the approach

3. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

• Writing conforms to appropriate technical style format appropriate to the audience
• Appropriate use of graphics
• Mechanics and grammar are appropriate Oral: Body language and clarity of speech enhances communication

4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in biomedical engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of biomedical engineering solutions on global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.

Function effectively on a team and realize ethical issues

• Knows code of ethics for the discipline
• Able to evaluate the ethical dimensions of a problem in the discipline

5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

Function effectively on a team and realize ethical issues

• Recognizes participant roles in a team setting and fulfills appropriate roles to assure team success

6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data from living and non-living system, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions

Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data from living and non-living system, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions

• Aware of good lab practice and operates instrumentation correctly
• Determines data that are appropriate to collect and selects appropriate equipment, protocols, etc. for measuring the appropriate variables to get required data
• Uses appropriate tools to analyze data, verifies and validates experimental results including the use of statistics to account for possible experimental error

7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

• Expresses an awareness that education is continuous after graduation
• Able to find information relevant to problem solution without guidance
• Identifies the current critical issues confronting the discipline
• Evaluates alternative engineering solutions or scenarios taking into consideration current issues

Assessment Criteria:
• Direct Assessment: (Please list such as : Assignments/Quizzes/Mid-term Test/ Final Test/Project/Report/Presentation etc.)
1. Project
2. Report
3. Presentation
• Indirect Assessment: (Please list such as : Student Survey/Class Observation/ Course Follow up etc.)
1. Student Survey

 

     

 



Course Assessment Criteria
Department of Biomedical Engineering

Program name : Bachelor of Engineering Program in Biomedical Engineering , Faculty of Engineering
Course Code : EGBE 496
Course Title : Biostatistics and Probability
Number of Credits : 3 (0-9-3) Lecture 0 hr – Lab 9 hr – Self Study 3 hr
Class Schedule : After 16:00
Semester/Academic Year: 2/2018
Instructor(s) : Norased Nasongkla, Ph.D.
Course Coordinator(s): Norased Nasongkla, Ph.D.
Pre-requisite(s): None
Co-requisite(s): None
Texts/References :
- Assigned articles in journal
Course Description:
Discussion on current topics in biomedical engineering including methodology and research ethics in human and animal researches. Project proposal writing and presentation at the end of course.
Course Objectives:
1. Examines approaches and models for solving a biomedical engineering problem effectively.
2. Produces a clear and unambiguous statement in a design project
3. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
4. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data from living and non-living system, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
5. Function effectively on a team and realize ethical issues
6. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Course Learning Outcomes: CLOs

Student Outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes : (CLOs) [Selected From General Performance Indicators (or *PIs

Course Specific Performance Indicators

1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex biomedical engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.

Examines approaches and models for solving a biomedical engineering problem effectively.

• Identifies problem and unknowns
• Examines approaches and models for solving an engineering problem effectively.

2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social,environmental, and economic factors

Produces a clear and unambiguous statement in a design project

• Produces a clear and unambiguous statement in a design project
• Identifies constraints on the design problem, and establishes criteria for acceptability and desirability of solutions
• Carries solution through to the most economic/desirable solution and justifies the approach

3. Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

• Writing conforms to appropriate technical style format appropriate to the audience
• Appropriate use of graphics
• Mechanics and grammar are appropriate Oral: Body language and clarity of speech enhances communication

4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in biomedical engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of biomedical engineering solutions on global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.

Function effectively on a team and realize ethical issues

• Knows code of ethics for the discipline
• Able to evaluate the ethical dimensions of a problem in the discipline

5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

Function effectively on a team and realize ethical issues

• Recognizes participant roles in a team setting and fulfills appropriate roles to assure team success

6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data from living and non-living system, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions

Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data from living and non-living system, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions

• Aware of good lab practice and operates instrumentation correctly
• Determines data that are appropriate to collect and selects appropriate equipment, protocols, etc. for measuring the appropriate variables to get required data
• Uses appropriate tools to analyze data, verifies and validates experimental results including the use of statistics to account for possible experimental error

7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

• Expresses an awareness that education is continuous after graduation
• Able to find information relevant to problem solution without guidance
• Identifies the current critical issues confronting the discipline
• Evaluates alternative engineering solutions or scenarios taking into consideration current issues

Assessment Criteria:
• Direct Assessment: (Please list such as : Assignments/Quizzes/Mid-term Test/ Final Test/Project/Report/Presentation etc.)
1. Project
2. Report
3. Presentation
• Indirect Assessment: (Please list such as : Student Survey/Class Observation/ Course Follow up etc.)
1. Student Survey

 

     
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