Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering

Faculty of Engineering

King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi

 

CURRICULUM : Undergraduate Program

 

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering

Curriculum name

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering

 

Description

This degree-program emphasizes the foundations, essential practices, and core subjects in electrical communication and electronic engineering for undergraduate students. Courses are designed to maximize students’ learning from the perspective of theory, application, and laboratory practice. All courses are thought in Thai. 

 

Curriculum objectives

This degree-program aims to

    1. educate the undergraduate students, with an emphasis on electronics and telecommunications curriculum, so that upon graduation they are able to contribute positively to the workforce
    2. create the learning environments and pedagogic resources, such as textbooks, teaching materials, and cutting-edge research, that advance the electronics and telecommunications industry in the countr
    3. train personnel in government and private sectors with new technologies and practices that are relevant to their needs  

Tuition

Tuition consists of two parts: flat-rate and per-credit. In each semester, an undergraduate student pays a flat tuition rate of 12,000 baht and is charged 500 baht per each credit he or she registers. A typical semester entails approximately 19 credits and hence a per-credit fees of approximately 9,500 bath. The tuition fees are summarized below.

Tuition feesPer semesterPer academic year
Flat-rate 12,000 baht 24,000 baht
Per-credit (500 baht/credit) 9,500 baht (based on a semester of 19 credits) 19,000 baht (based on an academic year of 38 credits)
Total fee for the entire program of study (based on 4 academic years and 152 credits) 172,000 baht/student

 

Curriculums

Total number of credit requirements (at least) 148 credits
1. General Education requirements 31 credits
2. Area-specific requirements 111 credits
  2.1 Science and mathematics 21 credits
  2.2 Engineering foundations 12 credits
  2.3 Degree-based core subjects 56 credits
  2.4 Degree-based electives 22 credits
3. Free (unrestricted) electives 6 credits

 

Academic Plans

 

Year 1 (Freshman): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 101 General English 3
or    
LNG 102 English Skills and Strategies 3
CHM 103 Fundamental Chemistry 1
CHM 160 Chemistry Laboratory 1
ENE 105 Computer Programming for Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering 3
MTH 101 Mathematics I 3
PHY 103 General Physics for Engineering Student I 3
PHY 191 General Physics Laboratory I 1
GEN 111 Man and Ethics of Living 3

Year 1 (Freshman): Second semester

CourseCredits
LNG 102 English Skills and Strategies 3
or    
LNG 103 Academic English 3
ENE 104 Electric Circuit Theory 3
MEE 111 Engineering Drawing 3
MEN 111 Engineering Materials 3
MTH 102 Mathematics II 3
PHY 104 General Physics for Engineering Student II 3
PHY 192 General Physics Laboratory II 1
GEN 101 Physical Education 1

 

Year 2 (Sophomore): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 103 Academic English 3
or    
LNG xxx Any course in Linguistics 3
ENE 205 Electronics Engineering Practice 1
ENE 208 Electrical Engineering Mathematics 3
ENE 210 Electronic Devices and Circuit Design I 3
ENE 231 Digital Circuits and Logic Design 3
MTH 201 Mathematics III 3
GEN 121 Learning and Problem Solving Skills 3

Year 2 (Sophomore): Second semester

CourseCredits
ENE 201 Electrical Systems and Safety 3
ENE 207 Basic Electrical and Electronic Laboratory 1
ENE 206 Computer Languages and Applications for Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering 3
ENE 211 Electronic Devices and Circuit Design II 3
MEE 214 Engineering Mechanics 3
ENE 221 Principles of Communication Systems 3
ENE 240 Electrical and Electronic Measurement 3
GEN 231 Miracle of Thinking 3

 

Year 3 (Junior): First semester

CourseCredits
ENE 301 Introduction to Probability and Random Processes for Engineers 3
ENE 312 Electronic Engineering Laboratory 1
ENE 325 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 3
ENE 326 Electronic Communication 3
ENE 334 Microprocessor 3
ENE 370 Seminar 1
GEN 241 Beauty of Life 3

Year 3 (Junior): Second semester

CourseCredits
ENE 314 Advanced Electronics Laboratory 1
or    
ENE 324 Communication and Telecommunication Laboratory 1
ENE 335 Digital Circuit and Microprocessor Laboratory 1
ENE 341 Linear Control Systems 3
ENE xxx Elective I 3
ENE xxx Elective II 3
ENE xxx Elective III 3
GEN 351 Modern Management and Leadership 3
ENE 372 Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering Project Study 1

Year 3 (Junior): Summer

CourseCredits
ENE 371 Industrial Training 2 (S/U)

 

Year 4 (Senior): First semester

CourseCredits
ENE 477 Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering Project I 1
ENE xxx Elective IV 1
ENE xxx Elective V 3
PRE 380 Engineering Economics 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective I 3
XXX xxx Free Elective I 3

Year 4 (Senior): Second semester

CourseCredits
ENE 478 Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering Project II 2
ENE xxx Elective VI 3
ENE xxx Elective VII 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective II 3
XXX xxx Free Elective II 3

 

Year 1 (Freshman): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 101 General English 3
or    
LNG 102 English Skills and Strategies 3
CHM 103 Fundamental Chemistry 1
CHM 160 Chemistry Laboratory 1
ENE 105 Computer Programming for Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering 3
MTH 101 Mathematics I 3
PHY 103 General Physics for Engineering Student I 3
PHY 191 General Physics Laboratory I 1
GEN 111 Man and Ethics of Living 3

Year 1 (Freshman): Second semester

CourseCredits
LNG 102 English Skills and Strategies 3
or    
LNG 103 Academic English 3
ENE 104 Electric Circuit Theory 3
MEE 111 Engineering Drawing 3
MEN 111 Engineering Materials 3
MTH 102 Mathematics II 3
PHY 104 General Physics for Engineering Student II 3
PHY 192 General Physics Laboratory II 1
GEN 101 Physical Education 1

 

Year 2 (Sophomore): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 103 Academic English 3
or    
LNG xxx Any course in Linguistics 3
ENE 205 Electronics Engineering Practice 1
ENE 208 Electrical Engineering Mathematics 3
ENE 210 Electronic Devices and Circuit Design I 3
ENE 231 Digital Circuits and Logic Design 3
MTH 201 Mathematics III 3
GEN 121 Learning and Problem Solving Skills 3

Year 2 (Sophomore): Second semester

CourseCredits
ENE 201 Electrical Systems and Safety 3
ENE 207 Basic Electrical and Electronic Laboratory 1
ENE 206 Computer Languages and Applications for Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering 3
ENE 211 Electronic Devices and Circuit Design II 3
MEE 214 Engineering Mechanics 3
ENE 221 Principles of Communication Systems 3
ENE 240 Electrical and Electronic Measurement 3
GEN 231 Miracle of Thinking 3

Year 2 (Sophomore): Summer

CourseCredits
XXX xxx Free Elective I 3
XXX xxx Free Elective II 3

 

Year 3 (Junior): First semester

CourseCredits
ENE 301 Introduction to Probability and Random Processes for Engineers 3
ENE 312 Electronic Engineering Laboratory 1
ENE 325 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 3
ENE 326 Electronic Communication 3
ENE 334 Microprocessor 3
ENE 370 Seminar 1
GEN 241 Beauty of Life 3

Year 3 (Junior): Second semester

CourseCredits
ENE 314 Advanced Electronics Laboratory 1
or    
ENE 324 Communication and Telecommunication Laboratory 1
ENE 335 Digital Circuit and Microprocessor Laboratory 1
ENE 341 Linear Control Systems 3
ENE xxx Elective I 3
ENE xxx Elective II 3
ENE xxx Elective III 3
GEN 351 Modern Management and Leadership 3
ENE 373 Co-operative Preparation I 1

 

Year 4 (Senior): Junior Summer and First semester

CourseCredits
ENE 479 Co-operative Study 6

Year 4 (Senior): Second semester

CourseCredits
ENE xxx Elective IV 3
ENE xxx Elective V 3
ENE xxx Elective VI 3
ENE xxx Elective VII 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective I 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective II 3
PRE 380 Engineering Economics 3

Bachelor of Engineering Progrom in Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering (International Program)

Curriculum name

Bachelor of Engineering Program in Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering (International Program)

 

Description

This degree-program emphasizes the foundations, essential practices, and core subjects in electrical communication and electronic engineering for undergraduate students. Courses are designed to maximize students’ learning from the perspective of theory, application, and laboratory practice. All courses are thought in English.

 

Curriculum objectives

This degree-program aims to

  1. educate the undergraduate students, with an emphasis on electronics and telecommunications curriculum and on the communication skills in English, so that upon graduation they are able to contribute positively to the workforce
  2. create the learning environments and pedagogic resources, such as textbooks, teaching materials, and cutting-edge research, that advance the electronics and telecommunications industry in the country
  3. train personnel in government and private sectors with new technologies and practices that are relevant to their needs

 

Tuition

Tuition fees are charged at a flat rate as summarized in a table below.

Tuition feesPer semesterPer academic year
Flat-rate 56,000 baht 112,000 baht
Total fee for the entire program of study (based on 4 academic years) 448,000 baht/student

 

Curriculum

Total number of credit requirements (at least) 148 credits
1. General Education requirements 31 credits
2. Area-specific requirements 111 credits
  2.1 Science and mathematics 21 credits
  2.2 Engineering foundations 12 credits
  2.3 Degree-based core subjects 56 credits
  2.4 Degree-based electives 22 credits
3. Free (unrestricted) electives 6 credits

 

English Proficiency Requirement

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Academic Plans

 

Year 1 (Freshman): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 105 Academic English for International Students 3
or    
LNG 106 Academic Listening and Speaking 3
CHM 103 Fundamental Chemistry 3
CHM 160 Chemistry Laboratory 1
EIE 105 Computer Programming for Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering 3
MTH 101 Mathematics I 3
PHY 103 General Physics for Engineering Student I 3
PHY 191 General Physics Laboratory I 1
GEN 111 Man and Ethics of Living 3

Year 1 (Freshman): Second semester

CourseCredits
LNG 106 Academic Listening and Speaking 3
or    
LNG 107 Academic Reading and Writing 3
EIE 104 Electric Circuit Theory 3
MEE 111 Engineering Drawing 3
MEN 111 Engineering Materials 3
MTH 102 Mathematics II 3
PHY 104 General Physics for Engineering Student II 3
PHY 192 General Physics Laboratory II 1
GEN 101 Physical Education 1

 

Year 2 (Sophomore): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 107 Academic Reading and Writing 3
or    
LNG xxx Any course in Linguistics 3
EIE 205 Electronics Engineering Practice 1
EIE 210 Electronic Devices and Circuit Design I 3
EIE xxx Elective I 3
EIE xxx Elective II 3
MTH 201 Mathematics III 3
GEN 121 Learning and Problem Solving Skills 3

Year 2 (Sophomore): Second semester

CourseCredits
EIE 207 Basic Electrical and Electronic Laboratory 1
MEE 214 Engineering Mechanics 3
EIE 221 Principles of Communication Systems 3
EIE 240 Electrical and Electronic Measurement 3
EIE 341 Linear Control Systems 3
EIE xxx Elective III 3
EIE xxx Elective IV 3
GEN 231 Miracle of Thinking 3

 

Year 3 (Junior): First semester

CourseCredits
EIE 312 Electronic Engineering Laboratory 1
EIE 325 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 3
EIE 326 Electronic Communication 3
EIE 334 Microprocessor 3
EIE 370 Seminar 1
EIE xxx Elective V 3
GEN 241 Beauty of Life 3

Year 3 (Junior): Second semester

CourseCredits
EIE 314 Advanced Electronics Laboratory 1
or    
EIE 324 Communication and Telecommunication Laboratory 1
EIE 335 Digital Circuit and Microprocessor Laboratory 1
EIE 422 Data Communications 3
EIE 423 Optical Communications 3
EIE 428 Microwave Engineering 3
EIE 467 Digital Communications 3
GEN 351 Modern Management and Leadership 3
EIE 372 Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering Project Study 1

Year 3 (Junior): Summer

CourseCredits
EIE 371 Industrial Training 2 (S/U)

 

Year 4 (Senior): First semester

CourseCredits
EIE 477 Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering Project I 1
PRE 380 Engineering Economics 3
EIE xxx Elective VI 3
EIE xxx Elective VII 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective I 3
XXX xxx Free Elective I 3

Year 4 (Senior): Second semester

CourseCredits
EIE 478 Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering Project II 2
EIE 429 Antenna Theory 3
EIE 450 Applied Communication Systems and Transmission Lines 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective II 3
XXX xxx Free Elective II 3

 

Year 1 (Freshman): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 105 Academic English for International Students 3
or    
LNG 106 Academic Listening and Speaking 3
CHM 103 Fundamental Chemistry 3
CHM 160 Chemistry Laboratory 1
EIE 105 Computer Programming for Electrical Communication and Electronic Engineering 3
MTH 101 Mathematics I 3
PHY 103 General Physics for Engineering Student I 3
PHY 191 General Physics Laboratory I 1
GEN 111 Man and Ethics of Living 3

Year 1 (Freshman): Second semester

CourseCredits
LNG 106 Academic Listening and Speaking 3
or    
LNG 107 Academic Reading and Writing 3
EIE 104 Electric Circuit Theory 3
MEE 111 Engineering Drawing 3
MEN 111 Engineering Materials 3
MTH 102 Mathematics II 3
PHY 104 General Physics for Engineering Student II 3
PHY 192 General Physics Laboratory II 1
GEN 101 Physical Education 1

 

Year 2 (Sophomore): First semester

CourseCredits
LNG 107 Academic Reading and Writing 3
or    
LNG xxx Any course in Linguistics 3
EIE 205 Electronics Engineering Practice 1
EIE 210 Electronic Devices and Circuit Design I 3
EIE xxx Elective I 3
EIE xxx Elective II 3
MTH 201 Mathematics III 3
GEN 121 Learning and Problem Solving Skills 3

Year 2 (Sophomore): Second semester

CourseCredits
EIE 207 Basic Electrical and Electronic Laboratory 1
MEE 214 Engineering Mechanics 3
EIE 221 Principles of Communication Systems 3
EIE 240 Electrical and Electronic Measurement 3
EIE 341 Linear Control Systems 3
EIE xxx Elective III 3
EIE xxx Elective IV 3
GEN 231 Miracle of Thinking 3

Year 2 (Sophomore): Summer

CourseCredits
XXX xxx Free Elective I 3
XXX xxx Free Elective II 3

 

Year 3 (Junior): First semester

CourseCredits
EIE 312 Electronic Engineering Laboratory 1
EIE 325 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 3
EIE 326 Electronic Communication 3
EIE 334 Microprocessor 3
EIE xxx Elective V 3
GEN 241 Beauty of Life 3

Year 3 (Junior): Second semester

CourseCredits
EIE 314 Advanced Electronics Laboratory 1
or    
EIE 324 Communication and Telecommunication Laboratory 1
EIE 335 Digital Circuit and Microprocessor Laboratory 1
EIE 422 Data Communications 3
EIE 423 Optical Communications 3
EIE 428 Microwave Engineering 3
EIE 467 Digital Communications 3
GEN 351 Modern Management and Leadership 3
EIE 373 Co-operative Preparation 1

 

Year 4 (Senior): Junior Summer and First semester

CourseCredits
EIE 479 Co-operative Study 6

Year 4 (Senior): Second semester

CourseCredits
EIE 429 Antenna Theory 3
EIE 450 Applied Communication Systems and Transmission Lines 3
EIE xxx Elective VI 3
EIE xxx Elective VII 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective I 3
GEN xxx General Education Elective II 3
PRE 380 Engineering Economics 3

 

 

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