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Master of Science in Medical Technology (International Program)

  • Degree Designation
  • Master of Science (Medical Technology)
    M.Sc. (Medical Technology)

  • Philosophy

      The Master of Science in Medical Technology programme (International Programme) is to encourage those medical technologists who require progressing their academic knowledge and new technology in the fields of medical technology, general and medical sciences in order to solve the public health problems and improve quality of life of the people.

  • Objectives

      The goals of M.Sc. in Medical Technology are to encourage the students for admiring knowledge achievement, self-study and research in the broad areas of medical and biological sciences. The faculty has a broad spectrum of expertise and provides training opportunities in a wide range of disciplines. These include hematology, clinical microbiology, virology, immunology, clinical biochemistry, host-parasite interactions, free radicals in biology, regulation of gene expression, molecular biology, medical laboratory equipment and imaging technology.

      Graduates from this programme should be able to :

      1. apply the given knowledge and technology to improve and develope their achievement in medical technology and related sciences,

      2. organize the preventive plan and problems solving for both scientific and administrative management concerning clinical laboratory services,

      3. search and create research works in order to develop better clinical laboratory services,

      4. transfer and exchange the academic knowledge and skills in medical technology and related sciences with others.


  • Research projects

      Research in the M.Sc. Programme (International) is aimed for the finding and innovation of new knowledge and technology for the application in medical technology and other related fields. These researches includes :

      - Engineering of Biological and Chemical Polymers for Applications

      - Molecular Informatics for Rational Design and Simulation of Biological and Chemical Entities

      - Artificial Oxygen-Carrying Units : Potential Tools for Blood Substitution

      - Development of Antioxidants and Free Radical Research in Life Sciences

      - Infectious Diseases and Antibiotic Resistance

      - Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases and Cell Growth Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases and Cell Growth

      - Data mining and Biomedical Informatics

      - Biosensor for Diagnostic and Medical Applications

      - Medical Imaging and Pattern Recognition Analysis

      - Area-based and Integrative Research for Well-Being and Sustainable Development of the Society

  • Curricula

     The curriculum structures are apecified as Plan A (1) and Plan A (2). Plan A (1) is the curriculum for M.Sc. by research work only, whereas both course work and research work are required for Plan A (2).

 Items

 Plan A (1) credits

 Plan A (2) credits

 Required Courses

 *

 10

 Elective Courses

 *

 14

 Thesis

 36

 12

 Total

 36

 36

(*) The student has to participate with no credits in the course MTID 602 Seminar and other courses according to the suggestion of advisor.

Course Requirement.

     English is used as the medium in all activities ie: examinations, thesis writing and defending.

  • Tuition Fees for International Programmes Students

Items

Period of Payment

Cost in Thai Baht

1. Education Services Fee

1st Semester

5,300

 

2nd Semester

4,600

2. Student Activities Fee

Semester

250

3. Graduate Studies Fee

Semester

750

4. Internet

Semester

300

5. Health Insurance (For Non-Thai Students)

Annually

1,300

6. Graduate Tuition

Semester

9,000/credit

7. Thesis Registration

Thesis Registration

700/credit

(Pay one time when registering thesis)  
8. Research Supplies Fee

One Payment

150,000

 

with Thesis Registration

 

  • Graduation Requirements

      1. Plan A (1) Students must :

      1.1. pass qualifying examination, proposal examination,

      1.2. complete the thesis research and pass the oral thesis examination,

      1.3. have at least one research publication.


      2. Plan A (2) Students must :

      2.1 take not less than 24 credits of course work and 12 credits of thesis, total credit for the programme not less than 36 credits, with G.P.A. is not less than 3.00,

      2.2 pass the English Proficiency Examination offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University, or other qualified institutes, or have a TOEFL score more than 173/500,

      2.3 complete the thesis research and pass oral thesis examination.

       

    • For more details please contact :
    • Assistant Professor Dr. Chotiros Plabplueng e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

      Lecturer Dr. Sumana Dakeng e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

       

      Faculty of Medical Technology, Mahidol University

      999 Phutthamonthon 4 Road, Salaya, Phutthamonthon, Nakhon Pathom 73170, Thailand

      Tel: 66 2 441 4371-9 Ext. 2842, 2843 Fax: 66 2 441 4380

      www.mt.mahidol.ac.th

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