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Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Engineering (2021 Curriculum)

Abbreviation: Ph.D. (Computer Engineering)

 

Program Description

This program aims at producing top quality researchers who excel in state of the art of computer engineering fields. Both technical mastery and research are the key focus of our program. Our research collaboration continues to rise globally and extends to not only world-class academic institutes but also exceptional companies. Students will be joing our research laboratories that work on exciting real-world problems by applying cutting-edge knowledge of computer engineering.

 

Application : See The Graduate School's website at grad.cmu.ac.th

 

Duration : 4 Years

 

Total Credits

Type 1.1 48 Credits

Type 2.1 48 Credits

 

Tuition Fees 35,000 Baht per academic semester

 

Career Path

- Computer Engineer

- Computer Technical Officer and Researhers or Assistant in computer engineering areas

- System analyst and designer

- Programmer or automated system developer

- Computer engineering project manager

- Director of computer center

- Other

 

Program Structure click

 

Eligibility Type 1.1

1. This follows Chiang Mai University's announcement on admission of academic programs.

2. Holds a degree of Master of Engineering (Computer Engineering) or equivalence with a GPA of no less than 3.25 and possess adequate skills needed to complete the dissertation with approval from the program committees.

3. In case that the applicant has lower than 3.25 GPA, he or she needs to have experiences in working as a computer engineer or a computer scientist for more than 2 years or has published research in computer engineering area or equivalence with approval from the program committees.

4. Possess of English certification according to the requirement from the Graduate School.

5. Other qualities are subjected to the program committees. 

 

Total Credits 48 Credits

Thesis 48 Credits - 261889 Dissertation 48 Credits

 

Academic Activities

1. A student has to organize seminar and present paper on the topic related to his/her dissertation once every semester for at least three semesters and students have to attend the seminar in every semester that the course is offered.

2. At least 2 dissertation work or a part of dissertation work must be published or at least accepted to publish in an international journal, and at least one of the two must be listed in ISI, Scopus, IEEE, PubMed or Web of Science database with the student as the first author.

3. At least 1 dissertation work or part of dissertation work must be presented in an international conference accepted by the field of study.

4. A student has to report dissertation progression to the Graduate School every semester, for approval by the Chairman of Graduate Study Committee.

 

Non-Credit Courses

- Graduate School Requirements : A foreign language

- Program requirements : In the case that a student lacks sufficient academic knowledge concerning his/her research subject, the student will be required to enroll in course(s), without earning any credits, as recommended by his/her thesis advisor.

 

Qualifying Examination

1. A student must complete a qualifying examination to evaluate his/her ability before presenting a dissertation proposal.

2. An unsuccessful examinee may take re-examination within the following regular semester.

3. An unsuccessful examinee will be transferred to Master’s Degree studies with the approval of the Graduate Program Administrative Committee.

 

Eligibility Type 1.2

1. This follows Chiang Mai University's announcement on admission of academic programs.

2. Holds a degree of Master of Engineering (Computer Engineering) or equivalence with approval from the program committees.

3. Possess of English certification according to the requirement from the Graduate School.

4. Other qualities are subjected to the program committees.

 

Total Credits 48 Credits

 

Coursework - A minimum of 12 Credits

 

1. Graduate Courses  a minimum of 12 credits

- Field of concentration courses a minimum of  12 credits

- Required course -None-

 

2. Advanced Undergraduate Courses : In case the student lacks some basic knowledge which is necessary for education, the student must enroll some advanced undergraduate course(s) under the recommendation of program administrative committee.

Thesis 48 Credits - 261889 Dissertation 48 Credits

 

Academic Activities

1. A student has to organize seminar and present paper on the topic related to his/her dissertation once every semester for at least three semesters and students have to attend seminar every semester that the course is offered.

2. At least 1 dissertation work or a part of dissertation work must be published or at least accepted to publish in an international journal listed in ISI, Scopus, IEEE, PubMed or Web of Science database with the student as the first author.

3. At least 1 dissertation work or part of dissertation work must be presented in an international conference accepted by the field of study.

4. A student has to report dissertation progression every semester, for approval by the Chairman of the Graduate Study Committee.

 

Qualifying Examination

1. A student must complete a qualifying examination to evaluate his/her ability before presenting a dissertation proposal.

2. An unsuccessful examinee may take re-examination within the following regular semester.

3. An unsuccessful examinee will be transferred to Master’s Degree studies with the approval of the Graduate Program Administrative Committee.

 

Non-Credit Courses

- Graduate School Requirements : A foreign language

- Program requirements : None