Bioclinical Sciences (International Program)
Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Bioclinical Sciences (International Program)
The vision of the program is to be an internationally recognized post-graduate program for the development of leaders in Bioclinical sciences including Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, Nano Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology, Molecular Biology, Pharmacology, Drug Discovery and Development, Epidemiology, and Assisted Reproductive Technology.

Course Syllabus

 
Doctor of Philosophy Program in Bioclinical Sciences
  Plan 1
    M.Sc. Admission >> Thesis 48 credits
    B.Sc. Admission >> Thesis 72 credits
 
  Plan 2
    M.Sc. Admission >> Core 8, Compulsory 2, Elective 2, Thesis 36 credits
    B.Sc. Admission >> Core 8, Compulsory 8, Elective 8, Thesis 48 credits

Master of Science Program in Bioclinical Sciences
  Plan A1
  Thesis 36 credits
  Plan A2
  Core Subject 8 credits
   
  • CMB 600 Responsible Research and Ethics in Bioclinical Sciences
  • CMB 601 Statistical Methods in Bioclinical Sciences
  • CMB 602 Current Concepts in Molecular Bioclinical Sciences 1
  • CMB 605 Research Methodology in Bioclinical Sciences
  • CMB 681 Seminar in Bioclinical Sciences 1
  Compulsory Subject 8 credits
  Elective Subject 8 credits
  Thesis 12 credits

Requirements

General requirements

 

2.1 Master of Science Program in Bioclinical Sciences

     2.1.1 Education Plan A1

       (1) Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary medicine, Pharmaceutical Science, Biological Sciences or any equivalent, from a university or recognized institute, or with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee;

       (2) With a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 2.75, or having research experience in a related field for a minimum of 2 years if minimum cumulative grade-point is less than 2.75;

     2.1.2 Education Plan A2

       (1) Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary medicine, Pharmaceutical Science, Biological Sciences or any equivalent, from a university or recognized institute, or with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee;

       (2) With a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 2.50, or having research experience in a related field for a minimum of 2 years if minimum cumulative grade-point is less than 2.50;

     2.1.3 With an approval from the Graduate Program Committee;

     2.1.4 Other qualifications as required, according to section 8 of Thammasat University?s Regulations Relating to Graduate Degrees.

     (Note: Students of the Ph.D. program who will not pass the qualification examination can be transferred to the Master of Science program.)

2.2 Doctor of Philosophy Program in Bioclinical Sciences

     2.2.1 Education Plan 1

       2.2.1.1 Admission with Bachelor?s Degree

       (1) Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Health Science, Biological Science, Pharmaceutical Science or any equivalent, with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 from a university or recognized institute, or having research experience in a related field for a minimum of 2 years, and having at least one research article published in a peer-review journal (first author), or with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee; or

       (2) Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary medicine or any equivalent, with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 from a university or recognized institute, and having at least one research article published in a peer-review journal (first author), or with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee;

       2.2.1.2 Admission with Master?s Degree

       (1) Graduates with a Master's degree in Health Science, Biological Science, Pharmaceutical Science or any equivalent, with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 from a university or recognized institute;

       (2) Having research experience in a related field for a minimum of 2 years and having at least one research article published in a peer-review journal, or with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee;

     2.2.2 Education Plan 2

       2.2.2.1 Admission with Bachelor?s Degree

       (1) Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Health Science, Biological Science, Pharmaceutical Science or any equivalent, with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 from a university or recognized institute, or inclusion in the upper 10% in class with the highest grade-point average, or with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee; or

       (2) Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary medicine or any equivalent, with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.50 from a university or recognized institute, or with an approval from Graduate Program Committee;

       2.2.2.2 Admission with Master?s Degree

       (1) Graduates with a Master's degree in Health Science, Biological Science, Pharmaceutical Science or any equivalent, with a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 from a university or recognized institute, and having at least one research article published in a peer-review journal, or with an approval from the Graduate Program Committee;

     2.2.3 With an approval from the Graduate Program Committee;

     Other qualifications as specified in Section 8 of Thammasat University's Regulations Relating to Graduate Degree.

Specific requirements

 
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English requirements

 
     IELTS, Academic type, with score not lower than 6.0 OR
     TOEFL score not lower than (paper-based test 500, computer-based test 173, or internet-based test 61) OR
     TU-GET score paper based test not lower than 500 OR
     Candidate with the score lower than the requirements (but not less than 400 TU-GET (www.litu.tu.ac.th), 4.5 IELTS, TOEFL 400 Paper-based, 97 Computer-based, 32 Internet-based) can be accept for an admission with conditional, but should be reached the English language requirement before his/her education. OR
     Candidate is exempt from the English Language Requirement if he/she earned Bachelor?s degree from native English speaking countries or graduated from international program (not over than 2 years), or native English speaker.
     Note: English Proficiency examination results must be valid and must not be over 2 years.

General knowledge score

 
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Preferred Characteristics

 
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Supporting Documents for Program Admission

 
  • Identification card or Passport (certified copy)
  • Degree certificate (certified copy) or confirmation letter for graduation from the university or recognized institute
  • Academic transcript (certified copy)
  • Results of English proficiency test (certified or original copy)
  • Optional
             : Publication (M.Sc. Plan A1 and Ph.D. Plan 1 applicants)
             : Published research article [for the applicants of M.Sc. Plan A1 and Ph.D. Plan 1]
             : Applicants who do not meet the admission requirement, GR002 General Request are required.

Tuition and Fees

 
Graduate Program in Bioclinical Sciences
          Tuition Fee
                 Doctor of Philosophy 65,000 baht/semester
                 Master of Science 55,000 baht/semester
          Insurance Policy for Accident fee 110 baht/year

Contact

 
Graduate Office, Chulabhorn International College of Medicine, Thammasat University (Rungsit Campus)
99 Moo 18 Paholyothin Road, Klong Luang, Rangsit, Pathumthani 12121 Thailand
E-Mail: Viewwujun1312@gmail.com       Tel. 02-5644440 Ext. 4494 - 4495

Office: +66 2564 4440-9 Ext. 7589

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Email: cicminterpr@tu.ac.th


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Administration-Ext. 4539 / Personnel-Ext. 4541

Address:

Chulabhorn International College of Medicine,

Thammasat University

Cooperative Learning Center, Piyachart 2

99 Moo 18 Klong Luang, Rangsit, Pathumthani 12120, Thailand