Master of Science Program in Environmental Management Technology | Graduate Faculty of Technology and Environment

Master of Science Program in Environmental Management Technology

(International Program)

Curricular Title

Master of Science Program in Environmental Management Technology (International Program)

Degree Title

Master of Science (Environmental Management Technology)


M.Sc. (Environmental Management Technology)

Curricular Philosophy and Goals

Master of Science in Environmental Technology Management (International Program) emphasizes on producing graduates with knowledge and research skills for applying technological knowledge for protecting, problem-solving and managing natural resources and environment sustainably while exhibiting academic integrity and ethics.

Expected Learning Outcomes


1) Recognize the importance and values of principles, morality, and professional ethics, behave as a good example and can apply ethical guidelines in practice.

2) Have the ability to apply knowledge to solve the problem appropriately according to principles, moral codes and professional ethics.

3) Have discipline, punctuality, responsibility both to themselves and their duties in the organization and society as well as respecting the rules and regulations of the workplace and society.

4)  Display honesty, selflessness and become a good role model for society.

5) Express leadership and followership while working with others with respect and listen to others’ opinions.

6) Display respect for the values and the rights of humanity and refrain from violating the rights and intellectual property of others.


1) Demonstrate deep knowledge and understanding in the field of environmental technology and related disciplines both in theory and practice that are systematic, international and up to date.

2) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding that show insights in the academic advancement and major current issues in the field of environmental management technology and related field.

3) Demonstrate knowledge of process and techniques related to environmental problem solving and research as well as being able to synthesize and discuss problems well.

4) Can integrate knowledge in environmental management technology with other associated fields and learn independently to innovate and create new knowledge.

5) Demonstrate awareness of national and international regulations on the environmental issues at both national and international levels as well as being prepared to respond to situations and operations that have changed over time.


1) Demonstrate the ability to think, analyze and process information systematically and critically using science and knowledge of the related field.

2) Demonstrate the ability to research and study information, knowledge, facts, concepts, conclusions, and new evidences from a variety of sources in order to analyze the real causes of the problems correctly and appropriately.

3) Demonstrate the ability to study and analyze problems, research and propose solutions accurately, appropriately and creatively while taking into account the relevant theoretical knowledge and the impacts of the decisions.

4.Interpersonal skills

1) Use English to communicate effectively.

2) Demonstrate responsibility for their own actions and take responsibility for their assigned tasks both for individual and group works.

3) Act appropriately for their assigned roles, adapt to work with others both as leaders and members in the group according to the situations and the culture of the workplace and the co-workers.

4) Demonstrate good human relations, show respect and acceptance to the opinions and differences among individuals, societies and cultures.

5) Demonstrate leadership, take initiative in identifying, analyzing and resolving problems appropriately and represent the position of themselves and the group accurately.

6) Plan and take responsibility for self-improvement and social development continuously.

5.Digital skills

1) Select and apply appropriate statistical techniques or mathematics to study, analyze, discuss results to provide advice on problem solving in research accurately, appropriate and creatively.

2) Demonstrate adequate literacy skills to explain the principles, situations and demonstrate effective communication skills, including speaking, listening and writing in both written and oral forms through oral presentation and publication at international level.

3) Use information technology, computer tools or programs to collect, process, interpret, and present the report / thesis appropriately.



Admission Requirements

  1. The applicant must hold
    • A master's degree with the cumulative GPA not less than 2.75 or
    • Must have a research or relevant work experience
    • The applicant who does not meet the requirements may be admitted with an approval form program committee
  2. The applicant must submit a TOEFL or an IELTS score. The score must not be older than two years from the date on which it is issued, to the date of application.
  3. The applicant must submit
    • Transcript
    • Recommendation letter form advisor or supervisor
    • Concept paper of research interest
  1. Admission schedule: Year-round application
  2. Research area
  • Geographic Information and Remote Sensing
  • Disaster monitoring
  • Biophysical of plants estimation
  • Phenology and dynamics of plants
  • Web-Based GIS
  • Climate monitoring
  • Land used and land cover change
  • Natural resources surveying and monitoring
  • Quality improvement of water sources.
  • Coastal resource management
  • Natural resource management, and evaluation of environmental impacts assessment
  • Waste, heavy metal and pollution management
  • Sustainable development
  • Participatory approach
  • Community engagement
  1. Contact


Curriculum Structure and Components

The students must complete a minimum requirement of 36 credits to graduate.  The course program is divided into 3 options:


Subject Options (Credits)
A1 A2
Compulsory Course - 12
Selected Topics - 6
Dissertation for M.Sc. 36 18
Total 36 36


Option A1: Thesis for M.Sc. 36 credits

979-301 Thesis for M.Sc. 36
979-105 Seminar on Environmental Management Technology S/U


Option A2: Courses and thesis 36 credits

979-101 Research Methodology 3
979-102 Integrated Environmental Problem Solving 3
979-103 Technology for Environmental Management 3
979-104 Environmental  Systems 3
979-105 Seminar on Environmental Management Technology S/U
979-XXX Selected Topics 6
979-301 Thesis for M.Sc. 18



Selected Topics

Subject code Subject Credit
I. Environmental Technology and Management Module  
979-541 Environmental Pollution: Prevention and Management 3(3-0-6)
979-542 Advanced Pollution Treatment Technology 3(3-0-6)
979-543 Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology 3(3-0-6)
979-544 Mathematical Modelling on Environmental Applications 3(3-0-6)
979-551  Environmental Risk Assessment and Management 3(3-0-6)
979-552 Life Cycle Assessment of Products 3(3-0-6)
979-553 Climate Change and Environmental Management 3(3-0-6)
979-554 Green City 3(3-0-6)
979-555 Urban Environmental Management 3(3-0-6)
979-556 Decision Support System for Environmental Management 3(3-0-6)
II. Integrated Technology and Biological Environment Module
979-561 Integrated Coastal Zone Management 3(3-0-6)
979-562 Marine and Coastal Protected Areas 3(3-0-6)
III. Environmental Geoinformatics Technology and Modeling Module
979-531 Advance Remote Sensing 3(3-0-6)
979-532 Geographic Information System 3(3-0-6)
979-533 Geoinformatics and Risk Management 3(3-0-6)
979-534 Spatial Analysis in Environmental Problem 3(2-2-5)
IV. Sustainable Tourism and Socio-environment Module
979-571 Sustainable Tourism Product Development and Management 3(3-0-6)
979-572 Policy Planning and Participatory Approach 3(3-0-6)
979-573 Technology for Sustainable Tourism 3(3-0-6)
V. Special study and special topic  
979-506 Special Study 3(0-0-9)
979-507 Special Topics I 3(3-0-6)
979-508 Special Topics II 3(3-0-6)

Faculty Members Responsible for the Program

 aj_sakshin Prof. Dr. Sakshin Bunthawin
Ph.D. (Physics),Prince of Songkla University
Email : sakshin.b(at)

 aj_worawit Prof Dr. Worawit Wongniramaikul
Ph.D. (Environment Management),Chulalongkorn University
Email : worawit.won(at)

 aj_raymond Raymond James RITCHIE
PhD (Plant Physiology),University of Sydney
Email : raymond.r(at)

 aj_wilasinee Dr.Wilasinee Sriprom
Ph.D. (Polymer Chemistry),University of Sydney
Email : wilasinee(at)

 aj_chantinee Dr.Chantinee Boonchai
Ph.D. (Environmental Management),University Of Queensland
Email : chantinee.b(at)

Teaching Staff

 aj_werapong Dr.Werapong Koedsin
PhD. (Survey Engineering),Chulalongkorn University
Email : werapong.g(at)

 aj_wanchitra Dr.Wanchitra Tohwanlong
PhD. (Applied Mathematics and Computational Science)Chulalongkorn University
Email : wanchitra(at)

 aj_naiyana Asst.Prof.Dr. Naiyana Srichai
Ph.D. (Science Education)University Of Iowa
Email : naiyana.s(at)

 aj_wadcharawadee Dr.Wadcharawadee Limsakul
Ph.D. (Bioengineering)University Of Queensland
Email : wadcharawadee.n(at)

 no_image Dr.Sangdao Wongsai
Ph.D. (Statistics)Macquarie University, Australia
Email : sangdao.w(at)

 no_image Dr.Rawee Ratanakorn
D.Phil. (Geoinformatics),Suranaree University of Technology
Email : rawee.r(at)

 no_image Dr.Siriwan Ruamkaew
D.Phil. (Geoinformatics),Suranaree University of Technology
Email :

 no_image Dr.Danai Tipmanee
Ph.D. (Environment Management),Chulalongkorn University
Email : danai.t(at)

 no_image Dr.Pensiri Akkajit
Ph.D. (Environment Management),Chulalongkorn University
Email : pensiri.a(at)

 no_image Asst. Prof. Dr. AREE CHOODUM
Email : aree.c(at)

Visiting Faculty

 alfredo Professor Dr. Alfredo Huete,
University of Technology, Sydney
Email : -

 Don McNeil Professor Dr. Don McNeil,
Macquarie University
Email : -

 Associate Professor Bob Beeton Associate Professor Bob Beeton,
University of Queensland
Email : -