1 Master of Science Program in Sustainable Agriculture Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University New Curriculum Year Curiculum Title Master of Science in Sustainable Agriculture 2. Degree Title Master of Science (Sustainable Agriculture) or M.Sc. (Sustainable Agriculture) 3. Organization in Charge Department of Agriculture Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University (Rangsit Campus) Graduate School, Thammasat University. 4. Philosophies and Objectives For the past hundred years, Thai agriculture has been very quickly developed, emphasizing on the yield production increment without any consideration of impacts on environment, society, economy and life quality. According to an international agricultural product commercial barrier based on the standards of quality, health and environment, the Department of Agriculture Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University, has realized on such problems and consequently aims at offering the master of science program in sustainable agriculture in order to instill into its graduates a sense of natural resource and environmental conservation along with public duty. The objectives of the program are as follows: 1. To produce agricultural technologists with sustainable agriculture knowledge and experience, analytical and research skills. 2. To produce post-graduates with technological usage and development abilities including their awareness of society responsibilities. 3. To enable the country to have self-reliance on sustainable agriculture technology. 4. To serve the needs of agricultural industry increment in accordance with the National Economic and Social Development Plan. 5. Effective Academic Year The program began in the first semester of Applicants Qualifications 6.1 Plan A (1): is emphasized with researches and an applicant must : have a bachelor degree based on all agricultural or related sciences such as biotechnology, chemistry, physics, etc have a minimum grade average of 3.25, or a minimum grade point average of 3.5 in majoring courses of undergraduate study if the grade point averages are lower than those in 6.1.2, an applicant must have a working experience related to agriculture for at least 3 years plus a letter of recommendation from the head of the applicant s agency or from the related research project leader. The consent of the graduate s committee is effective for admission for an applicant with a private agricultural job have other requirements mentioned in 1998 Thammasat university s regulations on the graduate study. 6.2 Plan A (2): is emphasized with courseworks in addition to the research thesis and an applicant must: have a bachelor degree based on all agricultural or related sciences such as biotechnology, chemistry, physics, etc have a minimum grade point average of 2.5, or a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in majoring courses of undergraduate study have other requirements mentioned in 1998 Thammasat university s regulations on the graduate study.
2 7. Admission Requirements 7.1 Plan A (1) Applicant selection is based on the mentioned requirements from to and an interview examination is taken into consideration for the applicant selection. 7.2 Plan A (2) Applicant selection is based on the mentioned requirements from to and a written or and interview examination is taken into consideration for the applicant selection. 8. Academic System 8.1 The academic year is divided into 2 regular semesters and 1 summer session of 15 weeks and 6 weeks, respectively. Semester 1 begins in June while semester 2 in November. Summer session begins in April. 8.2 The study is divided into 2 plans as follows : Plan A (1): a minimum of 46 credits of thesis research must be registered from the first semester by the student The student must do the thesis research under the supervision of the advisory committee comprising one major adviser from the internal department and at least one coadviser from the internal department or external agency. The major advisor must hold a Ph.D or a minimum of associate professor whereas the co-advisor must hold a Ph.D, or a minimum of assistant professor. A specific expert with a minimum of P.C.7 is also accepted to be a co-adviser The student must present the thesis research plan to the advisory committee for approval and the student must be tested by them for the academic readiness before starting to do the thesis research Based on the result of comprehensive examination in section , advisory committee can assign additional courses either in Thammasat University or other universities. Students must register as non-credit and receive a grade of P Students have to pass English course (with a record of P ) before taking the thesis defence; follow regulations of English examination for Graduate studies of Thammasat University Students have to submit progressive report in their research to advisory committee in each semester Thesis and some parts of thesis must be published or accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed national or international journal Thesis defends must be conference presentation or poster or oral examination. The thesis examination committee consists advisory committee and the central committee consisting of a qualified expert in the technical areas related to student s thesis either from the university s faculty members or who is not affiliated to Thammasat University. The committee of graduate study of Agricultural Technology Department will form the thesis examination committee which is at least or equal to the number of advisory committee Thesis may be written in Thai or English Plan A (2): Students must complete a minimum of 46 credit hours consisting of 19 credits of compulsory courses, 15 credits of elective courses, 12 credits of thesis. In addition, students have to pass comprehensive examination. The advisory committee must have qualification and the number as depict in section Students are required to register for thesis credits after they (1) have studied at least two semesters and have completed at least 24 credits of compulsory courses plus elective courses and, (2) have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and pass the comprehensive examination with a record of P Students are eligible to request for comprehensive examination only after they (1) have completed at least 24 credits of compulsory courses plus elective courses and, (2) have a minimum grade point average of Thesis defends must be conference presentation or poster or oral examination. The comprehensive examination consists of written and/or oral examinations. The thesis examination committee consists a thesis advisor, at least one committee member and the central committee consisting of a qualified expert in the technical areas related to student s thesis either from
3 the university s faculty members or who is not affiliated to Thammasat University. The committee of graduate study of Agricultural Technology Department will form the thesis examination committee which is at least or equal to the number of advisory committee. The thesis advisor and committee members must have qualification as depict in section Thesis defend will be followed the regulations on graduate studies of Thammasat University 1998 and the rule of thesis of Thammasat University Students have to pass English course (with a record of P ) before taking the thesis defence Thesis may be written in Thai or English Students have to prepare thesis paper in order to publish in academic journals or symposium proceedings. 9. Period of Study Students must complete their study within 8 semesters excluding the summer session. 10. Registration Students are allowed to register at least 6 credits but not more than 12 credits per semester. They must also follow Thammasat University s Regulations regarding registration for Graduate Studies Academic Performance Evaluation and Graduation 11.1 Grading system Plan A (1) A thesis is evaluated by the grade of S (Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory) Students are eligible to request for the thesis defence only after they have at least 0.75 point of cumulative academic index. Academic index will be calculated from thesis paper. The students must be the first author in those articles. The Academic index is evaluated as follows: - Published or accepted for publication in international journal will receive 1.00 point per each. - Presented in international conference will receive 0.60 point per each. - Published or accepted for publication in national journal will receive 0.45 point per each. - Presented in international conference will receive 0.30 point per each In case that the cumulative academic work index in is not reach the criteria, publication in agricultural technology having student s name as an author can be added. Calculation for the index is as same as in The journal of the publication must be approved by the committee of graduate study of Agricultural Technology Department, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University and an outside committee approved by the committee of Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University. The conference that the student has presentations must be approved by committees as for the journal Before having thesis examination, student must submit documents to declare for the correct calculation of cumulative academic work index as follows: 1) A copy of thesis or paper published in journal or proceeding. 2) Original documents of a letter of acceptance for publishing and the research paper manuscript English language proficiency is assessed as pass (P) or not pass (N) Plan A (2) Grades for classes are as follows: Grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C D F Value Counted credits only for the credits with S or not below C.
4 Comprehensive examination is assessed as pass (P) or not pass (N) Thesis examination is assessed as satisfied (S) or unsatisfied (U) English language proficiency is assessed as pass (P) or not pass (N) Graduation Plan A (1) Having S in thesis examination Having P in English language proficiency test Thesis was published or submitted or a part of thesis was accepted in journal or academic publishing or present in a conference which has proceedings Student followed the requirement of Thammasat University and Faculty of Science and Technology regulations for graduation Plan A (2) Having credits required for plan A(2) Having grade point average not below Having P in comprehensive examination Having S in thesis examination Having P in English language proficiency test Thesis was published or submitted or a part of thesis was accepted in journal or academic publishing or present in a conference which has proceedings. 12. Faculty Members (See in Appendix) See the list of instructor in annex. 13. Number of Students The total number of students admitted in each year and plan to graduate within the 5 year plan. Academic year students (not more than: person) Number of new students Number of former students Total Number of graduated students Venue and Facilities Studying building and equipments are at the Department of Agricultural Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University. 15. Library The libraries are located in Thammasat University, Rangsit campus. The available books, textbooks, Thai and English journals in scientific areas in the libraries are approximately: 40,000 Thai Books and Textbooks 20,000 English Books and Textbooks 350 lists of Thai Journals 350 lists of English Journals In addition, t he library has the modern information system service that graduate students can find the research information from CD-ROM and the LAN system is connected to the network of university. So they can find the new and up to date information from anywhere else in the world. 16. Budget The production cost of each graduate per person per year is approximately 42,000 baht using the government budget 17. Curriculum 17.1 Total Requirements Plan A (1) a minimum of 46 credits of thesis research must be registered Plan A (2) a minimum of 46 credits of coursework and thesis research must be registered.
5 17.2 Course Structure Plan A (1) is emphasized on thesis research without course work Thesis minimum 46 credits Plan A (2) is emphasized on coursework and research thesis Compulsory courses 19 credits Elective courses minimum 15 credits Thesis minimum 12 credits 17.3 List of courses AT = Subjects in Sustainable Agriculture The beginning number implies the level of the courses which are; 6 = Master courses in the beginning level, 7 = Master courses in the advance level, 8 = Thesis course. The middle digit represents the group of concentration area which are 0 = Sustainable Agriculture and thesis 1 2 = Advance Plant production Technology = Plant Physiology and Breeding 3 = Fertilizer, Soil and Water Management, and Pest Control 4 = Agricultural Technology and Application for other Technologies = Animal Production Technology = Animal Physiology and Breeding = Advance Animal Nutrition 8 = Statistic, Business, Economics and Social 9 = Seminar and Special Problem The last digit implies the compulsory or elective courses 0-4 = Compulsory courses 5-9 = Elective courses 17.4 List of courses in Sustainable Agriculture Plan A (1) Code Subject Credits AT.800 Thesis Plan A (2) Compulsory courses Code Subject Credits (lecture-laboratory-self study) AT.600 Divesity of Biological Resources 3 (3-0-9) and Local Wisdom AT.601 Sustainable Agriculture System 3 (3-0-9) and Economic Development AT.680 Analysis and Assessment of 3 (3-0-9) Sustainable Agriculture System AT.681 Farm Management 3 (3-0-9) AT.682 Community Economy and Farming 3 (3-0-9) Communities AT.690 Seminar 1 1 (1-0-3) AT.691 Seminar 2 1 (1-0-3) AT.691 Seminar 2 1 (1-0-3) AT.692 Special Problem for Agricultural 2 (0-6-2) Technology Elective courses: The following subjects from groups A - C can be selected for 15 credits. A) Plant Production Technology Code Subject Credits (lecture-laboratory-self study) AT.715 Field Crop Production Technology 3 (3-0-9)
6 AT.716 Horticultural Crop Production Technology 3 (3-0-9) AT.717 Horticultural Production under Organic Farm 3 (3-0-9) AT.725 Environmental Factors Related to 3 (3-0-9) Crop Physiology AT.726 Conservation and Development of Thai 3 (3-0-9) Indigenous Plant Varieties (1) AT.727 Conservation and Development of Thai 3 (3-0-9) Indigenous Plant Varieties (II) B) Animal Production Technology C ode Subject Credits (lecture-laboratory-self study) AT.675 Poultry Nutrition 3 (3-0-9) AT.755 Ruminant Animal Farm Management 3 (3-0-9) AT.756 Non-Ruminant Animal Farm Management 3 (3-0-9) AT.757 Animal Product Management 3 (3-0-9) AT.758 Local Wisdom in Animal Production 3 (3-0-9) AT.759 Applied Domestic Animal Behavior 3 (3-0-9) AT.765 Conservation and Development of 3 (3-0-9) Indigenous Animals AT.766 Environmental Animal Physiology 3 (3-0-9) AT.775 Advanced and Applied Animal Nutrition 3 (3-0-9) for Sustainable Agriculture AT.776 Research Techniques in Animal Nutrition 3 (3-0-9) AT.777 Mycotoxins in Animal Production 3 (3-0-9) C) Sustainable Agriculture C ode Subject Credits (lecture-laboratory-self study) AT705 Participatory Appropriate Technology 3 (3-0-9) Development with Local Community AT.706 Sufficiency Economy and Sustainable 3 (3-0-9) AT.735 Plant and Animal Pest Management 3 (2-3-7) AT.745 Waste and By-Product Management 3 (3-0-9) in Agriculture System AT.746 Applied Utilization of Medicinal 3 (3-0-9) Plants in Sustainable Agriculture S ystem AT.747 Agricultural Product Packaging Technology 3 (2-3-7) AT.748 Fresh-Cut Crop Product Preparation 3 (2-3-7) Technology AT.749 Technology of Agricultural Product Storage under the Modified Atmosph ere 3 (2-3-7) Thesis 12 credits (in minimum) Code Subject Credits AT.800 Thesis Study Plan Plan A (1) First Year, Semester 1 AT.800 Thesis First Year, Semester 2 AT.800 Thesis Second Year, Semester 1 AT.800 Thesis Second Year, Semester 2 AT.800 Thesis Total 46 credits
7 Plan A (2) First Year, Semester 1 AT.600 Divesity of Biological Resources 3 and Local Wisdom AT.601 Sustainable Agriculture System and 3 Economic Development AT. Elective courses 6 First Year, Semester 2 AT.680 Analysis and Assessment of Sustainable 3 Agriculture System AT.690 Seminar 1 1 AT.692 Special Problem for Agricultural Technolo gy 2 AT. Elective courses 6 Second Year, Semester 1 AT.681 Farm Management 3 AT.682 Community Economy and Farmin g 3 Communities AT. Elective courses 3 AT.800 Thesis 3 Second Year, Semester 2 AT.691 Seminar 2 1 AT.800 Thesis 9 Total 46 credits Course Description Plan A (1) AT800 Thesis 46 credits Thesis on interesting current topics related to sustainable agriculture under the supervision of the thesis advisor. Plan A (2) Compulsory courses 46 credits AT600 Divesity of Biological Resources and Local Wisdom 3 (3-0-9) Status of biological resources and local knowledge in Thailan d. Facto rs and mechanisms affecting the biodiversity and local wisdom. Case studies on their problems leading to the local community and farmer. Community and farmer s rights related to the biodiversity and local wisdom. Plant variety conservation law and community forest laws. Natural resource management measures. Analysis and application of local wisdom technologies. Case studies and field trips related to biodiversity and local wisdom. AT601 Sustainable Agriculture System and Economic Development 3 (3-0-9) Impact of economic and social development plants on agricultural sy stem an d quality of environment. Concepts and definitions of sustainable agriculture. Natural ecosystems and agroecosystems. Different patterns of agricultural system. Bases of agricultural and rural development. Case studies and field trips related to agricultural systems. AT680 Analysis and Assessment of Sustainable Agriculture System 3 (3-0-9) Use and application of statistical methods in quantitive and qualitative researches. Statistical experimental designs, data collection, analysis and result interpretation. Techniques in building the complex system models. Simulation of agricultural. Ecological and socioeconomic system using suitable computer simulation programmers. Application of simulation models to support the decision making for the use of sustainable agriculture system.
8 AT681 Farm Management 3 (3-0-9) Planning and management of integrated farming system under variable environment. Methods used for analysis of the economic return under sustainable agriculture system. Marketing planning, farm budgeting and accounting. Case studies and field trips related to sustainable agriculture system. AT682 Community Economy and Farming Communities 3 (3-0-9) Concepts, definitions and patterns of community economy. Structures to local organizations and their economic activities. Majors influencing the strength of the community. Analysis of social, cultural, economic, political and environment factors influencing the development of integrated farming system. Survey study and research conduction on the community economy. Case studies and field trips related to farming communities. AT690 Seminar 1 1 (1-0-3) Presentation and discussion on interesting topics related to sustainable agriculture. AT691 Seminar 2 1 (1-0-3) Presentation and discussion on interesting topics related to sustainable agriculture. AT692 Special Problem for Agricultural Technology 2 (0-6-2) Experiment research on interesting topics related to sustainable agriculture. Plant Production Technology AT715 Field Crop Production Technology 3 (3-0-9) Principles and concepts leading to sustainability in field crop production. Determination for appropriate field crops or field crop varieties to be grown under an individual field condition. Appropriated methods of seed and soil preparations. Appropriate integrated cropping systems to be used with good irrigation methods. Soil improvement by organic materials. Integrated pest management for good eco-system. Appropriate methods of crop harvesting and soil improvement after crop harvesting. Studies with an emphasis on the economic return comparison. Field trips included. AT716 Horticultural Crop Production Technology 3 (3-0-9) Principles and concepts leading to sustainability in horticultural crop production. Determination for appropriate horticultural crops or horticultural crop varieties to be grown under an individual field condition. Appropriate methods of planting plant parts and soil preparations. Appropriate integrated cropping systems to be used with good irrigation methods. Soil improvement by organic materials. Integrated pest management for good eco-system. Appropriate methods of plant product harvesting. Case studies with an emphasis on the economic return comparison. Field trips included. AT717 Horticultural Production under Organic Farm 3 (3-0-9) Importance and basics of organic farm. Using organic matter, compost, farm manure, green manure and bio-extracts to maintain soil fertility. Planning for plant production under organic farm. Organic growing techniques for vegetable, flower and fruit productions. Field trips included. AT725 Environmental Factors Related to Crop Physiology 3(3-0-9) Environmental factors related to crop physiology and their impacts on the growth, development and yield of the crop plant. Soil acidity, Soil salinity, flood, drought and toxic climates as bad environmental factors affecting the growth, development and yield of the crop plant. Analysis of factors causing the environment problem and their control measures. AT726 Conservation and Development of Thai Indigenous Plant Varieties (1) 3 (3-0-9) Survey and classification of Thai indigenous plant varieties. Analysis of useful properties in Thai indigenous plant varieties. Improvement of Thai indigenous plant varieties using conventional, tissue culturing, induced mutation and genetic engineering breeding methods for their high yield, good quality and resistances to diseases, insect pests and adverse conditions. Case studies and field trips included.
9 AT727 Conservation and Development of Thai Indigenous Plant Varieties (II) 3 (3-0-9) Sexual and asexual multiplication of Thai indigenous plant varieties. Rapid and pure multiplication of Thai indigenous plant varieties using tissue culturing. Production and conservation of germ-free indigenous plant varieties. Case studies and field trips included. Animal Production Technology AT675 Poultry Nutrition 3 (3-0-9) Utilization of energy (carbohydrates and lipids), amino acids, vitamins, minerals in poultry for growth, reproduction and production. Nutrients requirement and Deficiency symptoms. Nutrients interaction on poultry performance and toxicity. Improvement of poultry ration for tropical environment. AT755 Ruminant Animal Farm Management 3 (3-0-9) General status of organic beef and farm for sustainability. Feeding and herd health management in organic beef and dairy farms. Review and critical evaluation of recent research reports. Case studies and field trips included. AT756 Non-Ruminant Animal Farm Management 3 (3-0-9) General status of organic pig and poultry farm sustainability. Feeding and health management in organic pig and poultry farms. Review and critical evaluation of recent research reports. Case studies and field trips included. AT757 Animal Product Management 3 (3-0-9) Importance of animal products and processing management in the market business of Thailand and other countries. Physical, biological and chemical change of fresh products. Storage management of fresh products prior to processing. Processing and distribution of animal products. Case studies and field trips included. AT758 Local Wisdom in Animal Production 3 (3-0-9) Raising management of economic animals based on the indigenous knowledge from the past to the present time. Local wisdoms on animal selection, hybridization, cultural practices and disease control measures. Indigenous knowledge involving the types of the animal house as well as some major reasons for designing them. Case studies and field trips included. AT759 Applied Domestic Animal Behavior 3 (3-0-9) Learning behavior, foraging behavior, social behavior, adaptive behavior in captive, seminatural and natural conditions, research techniques in animal behavior, application of the behavioral theories to improve farm management and animal welfare. Case studies and field trip included. AT765 Conservation and Development of Indigenous Animals 3 (3-0-9) Physical and physiological characteristics of economic indigenous animals raised in the local areas from the past to the present time. Guidelines on the selection and hybridization of indigenous animals for maintenance of their pure breeds and excellent characteristics. Case studies and field trips included. AT766 Environmental Animal Physiology 3 (3-0-9) Environmental physiology and animal adaptation with a special emphasis on the mechanism of animal physiology. Case studies and field trips included. AT775 Advanced and Applied Animal Nutrition for Sustainable Agriculture 3 (3-0-9) Detailed consideration of digestion metabolism and assimilation of nutrients in animal. Application and improvement of raw materials for feeding animals. Feeding programs based on animal requirement for high growth, reproduction and production under the environmental impact. Case studies and field trips included.
10 AT776 Research Techniques in Animal Nutrition 3 (3-0-9) Research Techniques on animal nutrition, digestion, metabolism, protein, quality energy, blood and carcass quality. Field trip related to the animal nutrition. AT777 Mycotoxins in Animal Production 3 (3-0-9) Biosynthesis of mycotoxins, chemical structure, chemical and physical properties of mycotoxins, metabolism of mycotoxins in animals, mycotoxicoses of animals, mycotoxin residues in animal productions, control and detoxification of mycotoxins in animal feed, detection and quantification of mycotoxins, regulation of mycotoxins in animal feed. Field trip included. Sustainable Agriculture AT705 Participatory Appropriate Technology Development with Local Community 3 (3-0-9) This subject emphasizes on community study, agricultural technology development, natural resources management by participatory community study and learning process, skill for being knowledge facilitator and methodology of participatory appropriate technology development by learning, training and field practice supervised by experienced academicians and trainer. AT706 Sufficiency Economy and Sustainable 3 (3-0-9) Study in philosophy and principle of sufficiency economy and sustainable concept by sustainable agriculture thinking and management system under sufficiency economic philosophy. For support sustainable agriculture investment, social and environment. Study in theory and case study of agriculturist that process their products under sustainable agriculture concept. Field trips included. AT735 Plant and Animal Pest Management 3 (2-3-7) Relationships among insect pests. Diseases, weeds and environments. Alternative control methods such as biological, ecological, mechanical, physical, cultural or registrative approaches instead of the chemical control method. Conservation and mass rearing of natural enemies such as insect parasites, insect predators and microorganism. Integrated controls of plant and animal pests. Restriction of the pest management and its future. Case studies and field trips included. AT745 Waste and By-Product Management in Agriculture System 3 (3-0-9) Concepts and principles of waste and by-product utilization in sustainable agriculture. Methods of waste of waste water treatment for reuse in agricultural product. Utilization of animal dung and urine as bio-fertilizer and biogas. Utilization of plant debris as soil mulching material, compost and animal feed. Case studies and field trips related to waste and by-product utilization in agricultural system. AT746 Applied Utilization of Medicinal Plants in Sustainable Agriculture System 3 (3-0-9) Classification of medicinal plants with their planting methods, multiplication and utilization. Methods of their utilization to control the diseases and insect pests of plants and animal. Comparative case study on the medicinal and chemical use in agriculture production. Field trips related to medicinal plants and their utilization. AT747 Agricultural Product Packaging Technology 3 (2-3-7) Discussion on characteristics of agricultural products, their appropriate packaging methods and their standard packaging materials for good maintenance and transportation. Case studies and field trips related to agricultural product packaging technologies. AT748 Fresh-Cut Crop Product Preparation Technology 3 (2-3-7) Principles and methods of processing, preserving and packaging fruits and vegetable. Chemical and physical properties of packaging materials. Discussion on MAP technology. Case studies and field trips related to agricultural product packaging technologies.
11 AT749 Technology of Agricultural Product Storage under the Modified Atmosphere 3 (2-3-7) Principles and methods of agricultural product preservation and storage under the control and modification of atmosphere within the storage room. Basic appliances used for the product preparation before being preserved and stored. Case studies and field trips included. Thesis AT800 Thesis 12 Credits Thesis on an interesting current topic related to sustainable agriculture under the supervision of the thesis advisor. 18. Quality Assurance Curriculum Improvement (every 5 year) Other Conditions Besides all details appeared in this syllabus, the graduate students should follow the requirement of Thammasat University Regulations for Graduates (1998) and other rules and notices of Faculty of Science and Technology as well as the university
12 1. Responsible Faculty Members Kasidit Uechiewcharnkit, Assoc.Prof. Suthichai Somsook, Assoc. Prof. Dr. 2. Faculty Members in the program Kasidit Uechiewcharnkit, Assoc.Prof. Suthichai Somsook, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Boonhong Chongkid, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Paichok Panja, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somchai Chakhatrakan, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Thunpisit phungjik, Assoc.Prof. Yaowapha Jirakiattikul. Assoc.Prof. Dr. Voraphat Luckanatinvong, Asst. Prof. Panumrat Rithichai, Asst. Prof. Dr. Pipat Sompan, Asst. Prof. Dr. Darunee Srichana, Asst. Prof. Dr. Niparat Sritharet, Dr. 3. Course Lectures APPENDIX A List of Instructor Names
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