TU100 : Civic Education 3 (3-0-6)
Study of principles of democracy and government by rule of law. Students will gain understanding of the concept of “citizenship” in a democratic rule and will have opportunity for self-development to become a citizen in a democratic society and to take responsibility in addressing issues in their society through real-life practices.
TU101 : Thailand, ASEAN and the World 3 (3-0-6)
Study of significant phenomena around the world, in the ASEAN region and in Thailand in terms of their political, economic and sociocultural dimensions. This is done through approaches, theories and principles of social science research via discussion and raising examples of situations or people of interest. The purpose of this is to create a perspective of diversity, to understand the complexity of global interrelationships, to build a global mindset and to be able to challenge old paradigms and open up a new, broader worldview.
TU102 : Social Life Skills 3 (3-0-6)
Holistic health care, addressing the physical ,emotional ,social ,and spiritual needs ,which is considered. Important skills for success in leading a happy life in society. Students learn to develop their ability in physical health care to manage stress, build emotional security, understand themselves and adapt to psychological, emotional and social problems. Students also learn to understand the meaning of aesthetics, experiencing and appreciating the relationship between art and humanity in different fields, namely visual arts, music, performing arts and architecture.
TU103 : Life and Sustainability 3 (3-0-6)
This course provides an introduction to the importance of life-cycle systems perspectives in understanding major challenges and solutions to achieving more sustainable societies in this changing world. Students will learn about the relationship between mankind and the environment in the context of energy and resource use, consumption and development, and environmental constraints.Furthermore, an examination of social conflict and change from the life-cycle perspective will be used to develop an understanding of potential solution pathways for sustainable lifestyle modifications.
TU104 : Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing 3 (3-0-6)
Development of critical thinking through questioning, analytical, synthetic and evaluation skills. Students learn how to read without necessarily accepting all the information presented in the text, but rather consider the content in depth, taking into account the objectives, perspectives, assumptions, bias and supporting evidence, as well as logic or strategies leading to the author’s conclusion. The purpose is to apply these methods to students’ own persuasive writing based on information researched from various sources, using effective presentation techniques.
TU105 : Communication Skills in English 3 (3-0-6)
Development of English listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, focusing on the ability to hold a conversation in exchanging opinions, as well as reading comprehension of academic texts from various disciplines related to students’ field of study.
TU106 : Creativity and Communication 3 (3-0-6)
Creative thought processes, with critical thinking as an important part, as well as communication of these thoughts that lead to suitable results in social, cultural and environmental contexts, at personal, organisational and social levels
TU050 : English Skill Development 3 (3-0-6)
Practice basic skills for listening, speaking, reading, and writing in English through an integrated method. Students will acquire a basis to continue to study English at a higher level.
TU155 : Fundamental Statistics 3 (3-0-6)
To identify the Nature of statistical problems; review of descriptive statistics; probability; random variables and some probability distributions (binomial, poison and normal) ; elementary sampling and sampling distributions; estimation and hypotheses testing for one and two populations; one-way analysis of variance; simple linear regression and correlation; chi-square test.
TU122 : Law in Everyday Life 3 (3-0-6)
To study general aspects of law as correct patterns of human conduct in society. To equip learners with basic principles of public law (rules of law), and its values which are associated with citizens’ moral core. To provide basic knowledge in public law and private law, involving the issues of rights and duties, dispute settlement, Thai Justice procedures, the usage and interpretation of law principles, with an emphasis on case studies in our daily lives.

PY228 : Psychology of Interpersonal Relations 3 (3-0-6)
This course emphasizes overt behaviors of the individual, interpersonal relationships between the individual and society, understanding of self and others through communication, exchange of ideas, adjustment to family, peer groups and society, human attitudes and values, leadership, and applications of humanistic approach to effective interpersonal relations .
HO201 : Principle of Management 3 (3-0-6)
This course presents a thorough and systematic coverage of management functions, namely planning, organization, leading and controlling. It focuses on characteristics of organizations and management, evolution and scope of management concepts. Ranging from classic to contemporary periods, Special attention is given to an interrelationship between management functions and the extent to which an external environment makes a critical impact to an organization. It also examines the basic roles, skills, functions of management necessary for accomplishing the objectives on grounds of human-related effects to organizations and ethical implications of managerial decisions.
BA291 : Introduction of Business 3 (3-0-6)
This course focuses on key characteristics of business and entrepreneurial approaches, covering basic business functions like operation, marketing, finance, accounting, management information system, and human resource management. These functions provide a solid foundation for doing a business plan.
EC210 : Introductory Economics 3 (3-0-6)
(For non-economics major only; credits will not be awarded to students who are taking or have completed EE 211 or EE 212 or EE 213 or EE 214)
The general principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics. In the microeconomics section, topics covered include the demand for and supply of goods, consumer behavior, production and costs, structure and output of production units under perfect and imperfect competitive markets, the concept of market failures, and the role of government intervention. In the macroeconomics section, topics covered include objectives and problems in macroeconomics, the determination of national income, money and the banking system, introduction to fiscal and monetary policies used for economic stabilization, and the application of economic indices to analyze the economic situation. In the international economics section, topics covered include the importance of international trade and finance, as well as the conflict between free trade and market protection.
SC113 : General Biology 3 (3-0-6)
Biological concepts of flora and fauna in daily life, principles, structures, and basic metabolic processes of organisms at molecular, cell, tissue, organ, system, and individual levels, structures and functions of nucleic acids in genetic inheritance, reproduction, genetics, animal behavior, evolution, and ecology
SC121 : Chemistry 1 3 (3-0-6)
Atomic Theory, Electronic Structure of Atoms, Periodic Table, Ionization Energy, Electron Affinity, Electronegativity, Chemical Bonding, Atomic Orbitals and Molecular Orbitals, Molecular Geometry, Coordination Complexes, Nuclear Chemistry, Nuclear Stability, Radioactivity, Nuclear Reactions, Stoichiometry, Gases, Liquids, Solids, Solutions and Colloids, Laws of Thermodynamics, Entropy, Free energy and Chemical Kinetics.
SC122 : Chemistry 2 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken SC 121
Electrochemistry, redox reactions, galvanic cells, electrolysis, chemical equilibrium, concepts of acids-bases, strength of acids-bases, acid-base properties of salts, basic organic chemistry, structures and properties of organic compounds, preparations and reactions of organic compounds, hydrocarbons, alcohols, phenols, aldehydes and ketones, amines, carboxylic acid, and their derivatives.
SC131 : Physics 1 3 (3-0-6)
Vectors, physical quantities, systems of units, motion and Newton’s laws of motion, work, energy, momentum and the conservation law, rotational motion, angular momentum and the conservation law, equilibrium, elasticity, fluid mechanics, oscillations, waves, sound, heat, temperature, thermal properties of materials, thermodynamics, the kinetic theory of gases.
SC132 : Physics 2 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken SC 131
Coulomb’s law, electric fields, Gauss’ law, capacitance, dielectrics, electric energy, electric current, conductions in materials, Ohm’s law, DC circuits, Kirchhoff’s laws, magnetic fields, Biot-Savart law, Ampere’s law, inductance, magnetic properties of matter, magnetic energy, Faraday’s law of induction, AC circuits, electromagnetic waves, light, geometrical and physical optics, atomic physics, elementary quantum theory, elementary nuclear physics.
SC163 : General Biology Laboratory 1(0-3-0)
Prerequisite : Have taken or currently taking SC113
Experiments related to the contents in SC113
SC171 : Chemistry Laboratory 1 1 (0-3-0)
Prerequisite : Have taken SC 121 or taking SC 121 in the same semester
Experiments related to the contents in SC121
SC172 : Chemistry Laboratory 2 1(0-3-0)
Prerequisite : have taken SC 122 or taking SC 122 in the same semester
Experiments related to the contents in SC 122
SC181 : Physics Laboratory 1 1(0-3-0)
Laboratory practices involving measurement and errors, mechanics, waves and thermodynamics.
SC182 : Physics Laboratory 2 1(0-3-0)
Laboratory practices involving electricity, magnetism, optics and modern physics.
MA218 : Calculus for Science 1 3 (3-0-6)
Limits and continuity of functions, derivatives of algebraic functions and transcendental functions, the chain rule, derivative of implicit functions, higher order derivatives, Roll’s theorem, the mean valued theorem, applications of derivative, differential and its applications, antiderivatives, indefinite integrals, techniques of integration, definite integral and geometric and physical applications of integral, infinite series.
Note : There is no credit for students who are studying or passed MA111 or MA211 or MA216
MA219 : Calculus for Science 2 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of MA218
Limits and continuity of multivariable functions, partial de rivativesderivatives, the chain rule, higher order partial derivatives, total differential and its applications, application of maximum and minimum of multivariable functions with unconstraint and constraint, polar coordinate and application of area solving, multiple integrals and applications.
ISC194 : Microbiology 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken SC113
Characteristics, growth and relevant factors, metabolisms, classifications and identifications of microorganisms, relationship and influences of microorganisms on environments, controls of microorganisms, basic immunology, and applications.
ISC195 : Microbiology Laboratory 1(0-3-0)
Prerequisite : Have taken or Currently taking ISC 194
Laboratory approaches in Microbiology.
ISC290 : Organic Chemistry in Industry 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of SC 122
Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds in Industries, Structural Effect on Acidity and Basicity, Carbohydrate, Lipid, Amino Acid, Protein, Reaction and their Mechanism for Organic Compounds in Industries, Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds, Hydrocarbon, Heterocyclic Compounds for Industrial Uses.
ISC291 : Analytical Chemistry and Applications for Industry 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite: Have earned credits of SC 122
Role of Analytical Chemistry in Industry, Good Laboratory Practice (GLC) and Standard Quality Controls in Laboratory for Industry, Statistical Data Treatment and Evaluation by Suitable Software, Classical Analysis, Simple Instrumental Analysis and Basic Separation Technique for Industry
ISC293 : Physical Chemistry in Industrial Processes 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have earned credits of SC 122
Gases in Industrial Processes, Law of Thermodynamics, Thermochemistry, Free Energy, Chemical Potential, Partial Molar Quantities, Phase Equilibria, Phase Diagrams, Thermodynamics in Mixing Processes, Colligative Properties, Activities, Chemical Equilibrium, Equilibrium Electrochemistry, Transport Phenomena in Manufacturing industry, Chemical Kinetics, Rate Equations and Mechanism of Chemical Reactions in Industrial Processes, Reaction Catalysis and Enzyme Kinetics, Basic Mathematical Methods for Solving Process Problems.
ISC294 : General Biochemistry 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken SC113
Biochemical principles in living cells; chemical, physical and biological properties of water, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids and nucleotides, introduction to steady-state kinetics and enzyme mechanism, bioenergetics and electron transport system, metabolic pathway of glucose, the TCA cycle, glycogen metabolism; gluconeogenesis and the pentose phosphate pathway, the urea cycle, amino acid catabolism and synthesis, fatty acid catabolism and synthesis, DNA replication and repair, transcription and its control; RNA processing and translation.
ISC295 : General Biochemistry Laboratory 1(0-3-0)
Prerequisite : Have taken or currently taking ISC 294
Laboratory approaches in Biochemistry.
ISC193 : Financial and Managerial Accounting 3 (3-0-6)
Introduction to both financial and managerial accounting, and emphasizes the analysis and evaluation of accounting information as part of the managerial processes of planning, decision-making, and control. Overview of financial accounting: basic accounting concepts and principles, the structure of various types of financial statements; introduction of managerial accounting and the development and use of accounting information for internal decisions, cost behavior and analysis, product and service costing, and relevant costs for internal decision-making.
ISC390 : Fundamental of Process Engineering 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 293
Units and dimensions. Mass balance. Energy and heat balance. Thermodynamics. Heat and mass transfer. Fluid mechanics.
ISC391 : Quality Assurance 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 194
Principles and roles of quality control and quality assurance of chemical, food and biological products through supply chain. Quality assessment measured by physical, chemical, microbiological and sensory methods. Process and procedures systematically monitor product qualities. Statistical techniques for food quality control. Total quality management (TQM) and QC circles (QCC). Knowledge in GMP, HACCP, and ISO quality assurance certification. Field trips
ISC392 : Marketing and Entrepreneurships 3 (3-0-6)
Marketing theory, concept, and importance for application in product design and development, product launching. Utilization of significant market information and marketing research emphasized on trends in market environment and consumer behaviors for strategic planning to successfully achieve the target market and to build or create competitive advantages, innovation and intellectual property, writing business plan, marketing plan, financial plan, production plan, and human resource management plan, funding sources for product development and the dawn of business, related law for entrepreneurship, and field trips.
ISC491 : Logistics and Supply Chain Management for Industry 3 (3-0-6)
Definition and element of logistics and supply chain management in industry. Problem found in chemical, food or biotechnology industries. Method to solve logistics and supply chain management problems. Supply chain management strategy and the application of information technology in supply chain management for chemical, food or biotechnology industries. Field trips.
ISC492 : Plant Management and Investment 3 (3-0-6)
Plant layout for effective productivity and in accordance with GMP requirements. Factory and related environmental laws. Production, quality, and inventory management. Material handling in plant. Energy conservation. Production and labor planning. Expense of Project, Schedule of Operation and Project Investment. Current management technology with case studies and field trips.
ISC292 : Ethics in Sciences 1 (1-0-2)
Ethical and legal issues in science and technology. Regulation, government policy and role of National Human Rights Commission, advance of science and technology ethics. Case study.
ISC490 : Field Training
Prerequisite : Biotechnology: Have taken ISC 306
Applied Chemistry: Have taken ISC 351
Food Science and Tehnology: Have taken ISC 360, ISC 371 and ISC 381
Training for at least 180 hours in institute or industry of which faculty of science and technology approves. Grade is either satisfied (S) or unsatisfied (U)
ISC493 : Presentation Skill for Industrial Sciences and Management Seminar 1 (1-0-2)
Prerequisite : Biotechnology: Have enrolled in this program for at least four years
Applied Chemistry: Have taken ISC 351
Food Science and Tehnology: Have taken ISC 360, ISC 371 and ISC 381
Review topic in science and technology. Literature reviews. Presentation and report writing.
ISC494 : Special Problems in Sciences and Technology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ST 338 and
Biotechnology: Have enrolled in this program for at least four years
Applied Chemistry: Have taken ISC 351 and ISC 352
Food Science and Tehnology: Have taken ISC 360, ISC 371 and ISC 381
Problem defining. Research hypothesis in science and technology. Literature reviews. Proposal writing. Experimentation. Data analysis and interpretation. Report writing and presentation.
ST338 : Experimental Designs for Science 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of TU 155
Basic concepts of experimental designs; completely randomized design; randomized complete block design, latin squares design; factorial experiments; split plot design; repeated measures design; analysis of covariance; use of statistical packages.
BT242 : Genetics
BT243 : Genetics Laboratory
ISC208 : Principles of Biotechnology 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken or currently taking ISC 294
Subjects involved biotechnology in various aspects including application, biosafety and control.
ISC306 : Microbial Genetics and Physiology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : 1. Have taken ISC 194 and ISC 195
and 2. Have taken ISC 295
Microbial subcellular compartments and functions, growth and factors affecting growth, metabolisms, energy production, membrane transport and regulations, genetics of microorganisms, gene transfer and recombination and microbial molecular genetics.
ISC307 : Cell and Tissue Culture 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken SC113
Tissue culture of plant and animal cells for micropropagation, produce secondary metabolite and field trips.
ISC308 : Genetic Engineering 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 194 and ISC 206 and ISC 294
Structures, functions and properties of DNA, tools for gene cloning, identifications and analyses of a specifically cloned gene, utilization of a cloned gene in prokaryotes and eukaryotes for medical, agricultural, and industrial aspects, and field trips.
ISC309 : Genetic Engineering Laboratory 1 (0-3-0)
Prerequisite : Have taken or currently taking ISC 308
Laboratory approaches in GeneticsGenetic Engineering
ISC406 : Bioinformatics 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken or currently taking ISC 308
Fundamentals of bioinformatics, types and sources of biological data, retrieving and managing of biological data, sequence analysis, functional and structural analysis of biomolecules, applications of bioinformatics tools.
ISC417 : Industrial Microbiology and Fermentation Technology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 306
Applications of microorganisms for industrial approaches, culture media, aseptic techniques, screening, isolation and preservation of microorganisms, factors, metabolism and physiology related to the productions, strain improvement of microorganisms, applications of microorganisms in fermentation technology, types, process controls and mass transfer in bioreactor, kinetics of nutrient consumptions, growth and product formations, laboratory approaches, and field trips.
ISC316 : Basic Environmental Biotechnology 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 194
Principles of biotechnology are for environmental monitoring, industrial and agricultural pollutions treatment, biotechnology for sustainable chemical technology and field trips.
ISC317 : Computer-Aided Drug Design 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 294 and ISC 290
A cycle of drug development in pharmaceutical industries, roles of computers in pharmaceutical industries, databases and tools related to drug discovery and design, structure-based and ligand-based drug design, studies of interactions between active compounds and their receptors, future trends in computer-aided drug design.
ISC318 : Nanobiotechnology for Industrial Science 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 294
Biomaterials application with inorganic and organic materials, invention and design of nanomaterials in biotechnology field, medical agents study with nanotechnology, equipments and devices, including traditional technologies resolutions with modern nanotechnologies, and field trips.
ISC319 : Enzyme Technology for Industry 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 294 and ISC 295
Introduction to enzyme technology, structures, roles, chemical properties and specificity of enzyme, nomenclature and classification, mechanism of catalysis, kinetics and inhibition, regulation of activity and biosynthesis, separation, recovery, and purification, enzyme immobilization, sources of industrial enzymes, screening for new and improved enzymes, industrial applications of enzymes, laboratory approaches, and field trips.
ISC457 : Plant Biotechnology 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken BT341 and BT344 and BT345 or have taken ISC 307 and ISC 308 and ISC 309
Importance of plant biotechnology on increasing yield production and crop improvement, principle of molecular biological techniques and plant tissue culture involved in production of genetically modified plants and new varieties of plants, problems and solutions on the production of genetically modified plants, safety, risk assessment, environmental impacts, and ethical issues related to the production and consumption of genetically modified plants, current and future situations in plant biotechnology, and field trips.
ISC426 : Biological Control 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of BT 201 and BT 242 or have earned credits of ISC 194 and BT 242
Overviews and principles of biological control of insect pests, weeds and plant pathogens including scientific basis of biological control, biological control methods, the biology of insect pests, predators, and parasitoids, pest control by predators, parasitoids, fungi, bacteria, and viruses and current situations of biological control in Thailand.
ISC416 : Fundamental Immunology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken or taking concurrently with ISC 194 and ISC 195
Introduction to the immune system, how the immune system function in health and disease,
immunologic terminology, laboratory diagnosis and field trips.
ISC232 : Inorganic Chemistry and application 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have earned credits of SC 122
Atomic Orbitals, Covalent Bonds, Molecular Structures, Metal Structures, Solid State Chemistry and application, Acid-base Reactions, Oxidation and Reduction in Inorganic Chemistry, Chemistry of Main Group Elements for Application in Innovative Uses.
ISC330 : Organic Chemistry and application 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 290
Chemistry of Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation, Carbanions, Organometallic C ompounds and application, Organic Oxidation and Reduction, Protecting Groups, Molecular Rearrangements, Synthesis Design of Organic Compounds for industrial Application.
ISC332 : Inorganic Chemistry for Industrial Uses 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 232
Chemistry of Transition Elements and Complexes, Types of Ligands in Industrial Application, Isomerism, Valence Bond theory, Crystal Field Theory, Molecular Orbital Theory, Electronic Spectra, Magnetic Properties and application for Industrial Uses, Preparation of Complexes, Stability and Thermodynamics, Rate and Mechanism of Complexes in Chemical Industries.
ISC341 : Instrumental Analysis for Industrial Processes 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 291
The key operation and design for sampling plan and sample preservation, Sample preparation, digestion, Extraction for Industrial Processes, Fundamental and application of planar and column chromatography, Gas chromatography, Liquid chromatography, Principle and application of atomic absorption and emission spectroscopy, Application of Advanced Techniques for Industrial Uses.
ISC343 : Physical Chemistry and applications for Chemical Industries 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 293
Introduction to basic mathematical methods for solving problems in chemical industry, Ion transport, Diffusion, Viscosity, Thermal conductivity, Electric conductivity, Molecular reaction dynamics, Quantum mechanics, Schrodinger equation of simple systems, Atomic wave functions, Translational motion, Vibrational motion, Rotational motion, Electronic structures and atomic orbital, Molecular symmetry, Valence bond theory and molecular orbital theory, Introduction to molecular spectroscopy and applications, Electric and magnetic properties of molecules for Industrial Uses.
ISC351 : Principles of Spectroscopy for Applied Chemists 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have earned credits of ISC 341 and have earned credits of or taking ISC 343 in the same semester
Principle and Classification of Spectroscopy, Electromagnetic radiation, Molecular motions and energy levels, Absorption and Emission Processes, Laser, Selection Rules for Industry Uses, Relationships between Molecular Properties and Recorded Spectrum, Microwave Spectroscopy, Infrared Spectroscopy, Ultraviolet -Visible Spectroscopy, Spin spectroscopy, Components of Ultraviolet -Visible Spectrophotometer, Infrared Spectrophotometer, Luminescence Spectrometer, Lambert -Beer’s Law and
Applications for Quantitative Analysis in Industrial Uses and field trips.
ISC352 : Applications of Spectroscopy for Industrial scientist 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have earned credits of or taking ISC 330 and ISC 332 in the same semester
Application and the key operations of Ultraviolet, Infrared, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry for Structure Identification of Organic Compounds for Industrial scientist and field trips
ISC356 : Industrial Chemistry 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 290 and 291
Global Trends of Chemical Industries, Economic aspact of Chemical Industries in Thailand and ASEAN region, The key factors of Chemistry in Industrial Processes, Technology Management, Quality Assurance, Hazard Waste control and management, Safety in industrial plant, Ethics for applied chemists, case study and field trips.
ISC438 : Special Topics in Inorganic Chemistry for Industrial Uses 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 332
Topics of current interest and modern technology in Inorganic Chemistry for Industrial Uses will be offered.
ISC439 : Special Topics in Spectroscopy for Applied Chemistry 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 351
Topics of current interest and modern technology in Spectroscopy for Applied Chemistry will be offered and field trips.
ISC447 : Special Topics in Chemistry for Industrial Sciences and Management 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 290 ISC 291 and ISC 293
Topics of current interest and modern technology in Industrial Sciences and Management will be offered and field trips.
ISC448 : Special Topics in Chemistry of Novel Materials 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 343
Topics of current interest and modern technology in Chemistry of Novel Materials will be offered and field trips.
ISC449 : Special Topics in Physical Chemistry for Industrial Science 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 343
Topics of current interest and modern technology in Physical Chemistry for Industrial Science will be offered.
ISC457 : Special Topics in Polymer Science 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken CM 330
Topics of current interest and modern technology in Polymer Science will be offered and field trips.
ISC459 : Special topics in Chemical Technology 2 (2-0-4)
Prerequisite: Have taken ISC 390
Topics of current interest and modern technology in Chemical Technology will be offered and field trips.
CM306 : Advanced Organic Chemistry 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken CM 202 or ISC 330
Syntheses and Reactions of Small Ring, Five - and Six-membered Ring, Heterocycles with one or more Heteroatom, Polycyclic Heterocycles, Biosynthesis and Chemistry of Natural Products, Acetogenins, Isoprenoids, Steroids and Alkaloids, Pericyclic Reactions and Photochemistry
CM307 : Organic Synthesis Laboratory 2 (0-6-0)
Prerequisite: Have taken CM 352 or ISC 352
Organic Synthetic Techniques, Structural Identification of Products Using Spectroscopic Techniques.
CM326 : Instrumental Analysis 2 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken CM 222 or ISC 341
Principle and Application of Thermal Analysis, X-ray Spectroscopy, X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy, X-ray Diffraction, Radiochemistry Technique, Flow-based Technique and Mass Spectrometry, Application of those techniques.
CM376 : Polymer Chemistry 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken CM 202 or CM 206 or ISC 290
Commercial Synthesis of Some Important Polymers, Reaction and Manufacturing Procesess, Reaction Mechanisms, Physical Properties and Characterizations, Crystalline and Amorphous States, Applications of these Polymers and field trips.
CM466 : Petrochemistry and Technology 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite: Have taken CM 202 or CM 206 or ISC 290
Origin, Composition and Classification of Petroleum, Sources and Derivatives of Important Hydrocarbons, Manufacturing Process and Process Design in Petrochemical Industries, Properties and Types of Absorber, Roles and selection of Catalyst for Petrochemical Industries, Analysis in Petrochemistry with Modern Instruments, Trends of Petrochemical Industrial Technology and Applications o f Petrochemical and field trips.
ISC260 : Food Laws 2 (2-0-4)
Laws and regulations related to food manufacturing and quility assurance for consumer safety. National and international standards. Food labeling and advertisement. Intertrade regulations.
ISC360 : Microbiology for Food Industry 4 (3-3-6)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 194
Microorganism important in food. Types of microorganism in food. Factors affecting growth of microorganism in food. Food spoilage microorganism.Food borne pathogen and control. Source of contamination. Quality deterioation and food spoilage. Microorganisms used in food processing and in health food. Effects of food processing on microorganism. Standard and analysis of microorganisms in foods.
ISC370 : Food Process Technology 1 3 (2-3-4)
Concept of good manufacturing for food production. Raw material and ingredients used in food processing. Raw material handling and preparation including selection, cleaning, trimming and blanching. Post harvest technology. Unit operations in food industry including crystallization, filtration, extraction, size reduction and mixing. Properties of water used in food industry. Field trips.
ISC371 : Food Process Technology 2 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 370
Fundamental of food processing including thermal processing, chilling, freezing, dehydration, irradiation, fermentation, concentration, and use of food additives. Effects of processing methods on quality and storage of finished products. Role of cleaner technology for food industry. Food packaging. Emerging technology of food processing. By-product and waste utilization Field trips.
ISC372 : Food Process Engineering 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 390
Engineering principles of importance to food processing, including thermal processing with emphasis on determining thermal processes for the Low Acid Canned Foods, refrigeration systems, consequences of freezing on physical properties of foods and freezing time estimation, psychrometric chart and fundamental conservation rules of drying as a simultaneous heat and mass transfer operation, food concentration with focuses on mass and energy balance in evaporator, size reduction, solid-liquid extraction, and filtration.
ISC380 : Principles of Food Chemistry 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 291
Food composition. Free water and bound water. Structure, and properties of water, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins, minerals, and pigments in food. Chemical analysis of water, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and ash in foods. Water activity determination. Chemical and biochemical changes occuring in these food constituents during processing and storage, including mechanisms and prevention.
ISC381 : Chemical Analysis of Foods 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 380
Composition, structure, and properties of food color, flavoring agent, and food additives. Operation and maintenance of instruments used in chemical analysis of food. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of food component using spectroscopy, fluorometry, atomic absorption spectroscopy, gas chromatography and high performance liquid chromatography techniques.
ISC382 : Nutrition for Food Manufacturer 3 (3-0-6)
Food and nutritional value. Metabolism of food in human body. Nutritive and energy requirement of individual according to nutritional status. Interactions between vitamin, mineral, protein, carbohydrate and fat in food. Influence of ethnic culture and eating behavior related to nutritional status. Application of food technology to solve mulnutritional problems. Nutritional food labeling.
ISC460 : Sanitation for Food Industry 2 (2-0-4)

Prerequisite : Have earned credits of ISC 391
Sanitation aspects and roles in food safety approach as required by law in food manufacturing and handling of foods in food supply chain. Factors affecting microbial growth and controls. Concepts of cleaning and sanitizing. Cleaning and sanitizing compounds in food industry. Writing Sanitation Standard Operating Procedure (SSOP) manual to reduce pathogen in food in accordance with standard. Design of instruments and equipments used in food industry in accordance with good sanitaion and hygiene for food manufacturing, storing and transportation.
ISC466 : Fermented Food and Products 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 360
Types of fermentation process. Fermentation kinetics. Bioreactor design and types. Starter culture prepearation. Factor influencing fermented food production. Applications of microorganism and enzymes used in beer, wine, vinegar, soy sauce, soy paste, dairy products, amino acid, indigenous foods and other fermented foods. Fermentation and purification technology employed for value added products. Field trips.
ISC467 : Food Product Development and Innnovation 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 266 or ISC 370 or ISC 390
Concept and principles of product development. Food product development process in accordance with target market and consumer needs. Food innovation. Generation and screening of new product ideas. Defining and testing product concept. Prototype development using appropriate formulating techniques, processing and packaging. Product testing, Consumer testing. Tools for consumer testing. Shelf life evaluation. Statistical analysis. Market testing and new product launching. Field trip
ISC468 : Sensory Analysis of Foods 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ST 338
Role and importance of sensory analysis in food industries. Sensory attribute and perception. Conducting a sensory test. Factors influencing sensory verdicts. Selection and training of sensory panelists. Sensory evaluation tests and guidelines for choice of test for a particular application. Evaluation techniques of product development. Statistical analysis for sensory evaluation. Guidelines for reporting sensory results.
ISC469 : Selected Topics in Food Science and Technology 3 (3-0-6)
Topics in selected area of novel knowledge and technology in food science and technology.
ISC476 : Meat and Poultry Product Technology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 266 or ISC 370 or ISC 390
Structure, chemical physical and microorganism in meat, poultry and egg. Post-mortem changes of meat quality. Food additives, equipments, and processing of meat, poultry, and egg products. Food plant sanitation. Quality control and quality inspection of products. Product deterioration, product storage, packing and distribution. Utilization of by-products. Field trips.
ISC477 : Dairy Science and Technology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 266 or ISC 370 or ISC 390
Types and properties of milk constituents. Quality inspection and transportation of raw milk. Processing of dairy products including cream, butter, ice cream, yoghurt, cheese and milk powder. Effect of processing on milk constituents. Quality inspection. Product deterioration and storage. Utilization of waste and by-products. Field trips.
ISC478 : Bakery Science and Technology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 266 or ISC 370 or ISC 390
Structure and chemical composition of wheat. Physical and chemical properties of ingredients and their functions in bread, cake, cookie and pastry. Processing and quality control of bread, cake, cookie and pastry. Deterioration of bakery products. Quality inspection of bakery products. Field trips.
ISC486 : Food Packaging and Material Technology 3 (2-3-4)
Physical and chemical properties of packaging materials. Formulation of packaging. Packaging machine and technology for food products. Packaging for various food groups. Roles of packaing on food product quality. Packaging design. Shelf life evaluation of packed food. Field trips.
ISC487 : Introduction to Food Toxicology 3 (3-0-6)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 294
Definition. Toxin present in environment. Administration, Absorption, degradtion and excretaion of toxicants. Toxicity. Natural toxins present in food: phytotoxins, animal toxins and microbial toxins. Chemical toxicant used in industry and agriculture. Food additives, residues and contaminants. Risk assessment and food safety.
ISC488 : Nurtraceutical and Functional Foods 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken ISC 266 or ISC 370 or ISC 390
Definition. Roles of nutraceuticals and functional foods on health. Function of active ingredient in nutraceuticals and functional foods. Extraction and determination of active ingredients. Application in food industry. Related law and regulations. Field trips.
ISC446 : Fruit and Vegetable Product Technology 3 (2-3-4)
Prerequisite : Have taken FD 341 and FD 371 or ISC 370 or ISC 380
Physiology and chemical composition of fruits and vegetables. Factors affecting qualities of fruits and vegetables. Biochemical changes before and post-harvesting. Post-harvest treatments. Storage of fruits and vegetables. Industrial processing of fruits and vegetables and quality control. Product deterioration and storage. Waste and by-product utilization. Field trips.
ISC418 : Animal Biotechnology