Details of Minor

Courses requirement for Minor in Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management (AARM)

Please find the courses listed below, identified for being offered as ‘Minor’ in the AARM Academic Program.

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED71.04Aquatic Seed Production3(30-45)August
ED71.36Aquaculture Nutrition and Feed Technology3(30-45)August
ED71.9022Selected Topic: Cleaner Aquaculture Systems3(45-0)August
ED71.9023Selected Topic: Sustainable Seafood and Nutrition Security3(45-0)August

Courses requirement for Minor in Agri-Business Management (ABM)

The following courses have been identified to be offered as ‘Minor’ in the ABM Academic Program:

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED80.03Agribusiness Management: Principles and Practices3(45-0)August
ED80.07Marketing Management and Trade Policies in Agribusiness 3(45-0)August
ED80.09Agro-Industrial Development 3(45-0)January
ED80.10:Statistical Methods for Research in Agribusiness3(45-0)January

Courses requirement for Minor in Agricultural Systems And Engineering (ASE)

The following courses have been identified to be offered as ‘Minor’ in the ASE Academic Program:

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED70.07Agricultural Environments3(45-0)August
ED70.03Agricultural Systems Analysis 3(45-0)August
ED70.08Crop Productivity Management 3(45-0)August
ED80.10Statistical Methods for Research in Agribusiness 3(45-0)January

Courses requirement for Minor in Climate Change and Sustainable Development (CCSD)

# Student take 12 credits courses from CCSD program’s ED82 courses
# Of this 12 credits, student must take a minimum of 6 credits from the “Cluster A” courses, and remaining 6 credits from “any” ED82 courses.

Cluster A courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED82.02Science of Climate Change and Impacts 2 (2-0)August
ED82.07Climate Change Mitigation 2 (2-0)August
ED82.08Economics of Climate Change 2 (2-0)January
ED82.14Adaptation to Climate Change: Policies and Practices 2 (2-0)InterSem

Other Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED82.03Principles and Practices of Sustainable Development 2 (1-2)InterSem
ED82.04Climate Compatible and Sustainable Infrastructure Development 3 (3-0) August
ED82.05Land Use and Climate Change 3 (3-0)August
ED82.06Climate Change Impacts, vulnerability and Adaptation: Concepts, Tools and Practices 3 (2-3)August
ED82.09Climate Change Seminar 1 (3-0)January
ED82.10Climate change, agriculture and food security 3 (3-0) January
ED82.11Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk 3 (3-0)January
ED82.12Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Fisheries and Aquaculture 2 (2-0)January
ED82.13 Analytical Tools for Climate Change Adaptation at Local Level 3(2-3)January
ED82.9004Science of Climate Change and Environment Co-benefit 2 (2-0) InterSem
ED82.9008Community and Climate Adaptation1(1-0)InterSem

Courses requirement for Minor in Development Planning Management and Innovation (DPMI)

(formerly RRDP)

12 credits from any of the following courses: two required courses (6 credits) and 6 credits from the six elective courses.

Required Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED77.01Rural and Regional Development3(3-0) (Req.)August
ED77.17Rural and Regional Planning Workshop3(3-0) (Req.)January

Elective Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED77.08Agricultural Development Planning3(3-0) (E)August
ED77.9013Demographic analysis, policies and contemporary issues3(2-2) (E)August
ED77.11 Project Planning and Management 2(2-0) (E)January
ED77.14Community Development Planning3(3-0) (E)January
ED77.15NGO Management, Policy and Development Administration3(3-0) (E)January
ED77.9012Socio-ecological Systems Approach and Adaptive Governance 1(1-0) (E)InterSem

Courses requirement for Minor in Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management (DPMM)

A student would need to take 12 credits:  6 credits of required courses (noted below) and an additional 6 credits from any of the list of elective courses (noted below) over the course of two semesters to be eligible to gain a minor in DPMM

Required Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
IN84.01Managing Disasters 3 (3-0)August
IN84.04Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management - Theory and Practice 3 (2-3)January

Elective Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
IN84.02Remote Sensing and GIS for Disaster Mitigation 3 (2-3)August
IN84.12Floods and Droughts 3 (3-0)August
IN84.31Human Conflicts and Humanitarian Emergency Management 3 (3-0)August
IN84.03Climate Hazards and Early Warning Systems 3 (3-0)January
IN84.11Mitigation of Earthquake Disasters 3 (3-0)January
IN84.05Disaster Governance, Policy and Risk Management 3 (3-0)January
IN84.xxxMulti-Hazard Vulnerability and Risk Assessment 3 (2-3)Proposed
IN84.xxxHumanitarian Emergencies and Response Planning3 (3-0)Proposed

Courses requirement for Minor in Development and Sustainability Program (DS)

For students to qualify for the Minor Degree in DS, they would need to complete a set of 12 credits as stipulated below:

CodeCourseCreditsSemester
ED84.01Public Policy2 (2-0)Intersem
ED84.02Development Economics2 (2-0)Fall
ED84.03Social Impact Assessment2 (2-0)Spring
ED52.03Introduction to Development and Sustainability2 (2-0)Fall

Subtotal


8 credits






Take 2 credits out of the following courses




ED52.9006Quantitative Research Methods I2 (1-2)Fall
ED52.9007Quantitative Research Methods II2 (1.5-1.5)Fall
ED52.9008Qualitative Research Methods2 (1-2)Spring

Subtotal


2 credits






Take 2 credits out of the following courses




ED75.14Gender and Development: Principles and Concept2 (2-0)Fall
ED76.9015Resources Assessment and Mapping2 (2-0)Spring
ED77.21Development Project Planning and Management2 (2-0)Spring
ED79.9013Urban Resilience Assessment2 (2-0)Intersem

Subtotal


2 credits


Grand total


12 credits


Courses requirement for Minor in Environmental Engineering and Management (EEM)

1) Minor in Environmental Technology and Management: 12 credits from any of the following courses.

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED78.08Environmental Quality Management3(45-0)January
ED78.07Solid Waste Management3(45-0)August
ED78.19Environmental Impact Assessment3(45-0)August
ED78.20Industrial Waste Abatement and Management3(45-0)January
ED78.37Air Pollution Engineering and Management3(45-0)August

2) Minor in Water and Wastewater Engineering:

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED78.08 Environmental Quality Management 3(45-0)January
ED78.10 Environmental Health and Sanitation3(45-0)January
ED78.35 Wastewater Treatment 3(45-0)August
ED78.36 Drinking Water Treatment 3(45-0)August

Courses requirement for Minor in Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology (FEBT)

The offer of “Minor” in “Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology”, FAB Department will be in with the following courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED73.01Food Process Engineering3(3-0)August
ED73.03Bioprocess Technology3(3-0)August
ED73.10Food Process Engineering Laboratory3(1-6)August
ED73.13Bioprocess Practica3(1-6)January

Courses requirement for Minor in Gender and Development Studies (GDS)

A student would need to take 12 credits: 7 credits of required courses (noted below) and an additional 5 credits from any of the list of elective courses (noted below) over the course of two semesters to be eligible to gain a minor in GDS.

Required Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED75.11Gender Politics Civil Society & Human Rights3 (3-0)January
ED75.9020Gender and Development: Principles and Concepts2 (2-0)August
ED75.9024

Gender Culture and Human Development

2 (2-0)January

Elective Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED75.07Gender Analysis and Gender-Responsive Development Planning 3 (45-0)January
ED75.9010Gender and Development Communication3 (3-0)August
ED75.9013Selected Topic: Gender and Global Health 3 (3-0)January
ED75.9017Forced Migration/Trafficking1 (1-0)InterSem
ED75.9018Gender and Labor Migration2 (2-0)InterSem
ED75.9021Science, Technology and Gender2 (2-0)August

ED75.9022

Gender, Enterprise & Organization

2 (2-0)

August

ED75.9023Gender issues in global economy1(1-0)August

Courses requirement for Minor in Natural Resources Management (NRM)

A student would need to take 12 credits as listed below, to be eligible to gain a minor in NRM.

Required Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED76.01Ecological Principles for Natural Resources Management)(3 credits)August
ED76.16Land Resources Management (3 credits)January

Elective Courses

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED76.20Natural Resources Economics(2 credits)January
ED76.9011 Natural Resource Management Field Lab I (1 credit)August
ED76.9013Technovation in Natural Resource Management (3 credits)January


Total

12 credits


Notes: 
(1) It is a minimum requirement. It does not exclude students from taking more NRM courses. 
(2) The requirement will undergo minor adjustments as the ongoing reform of NRM course structure takes shape.  

Courses requirement for Minor in Sustainable Energy Transition (SE)

Students willing for ‘Minor in Sustainable Energy Transition’ would require to take 6 credits from below program’s required courses and another 6 credits from program’s elective courses.

Required courses

Course codeCourse titleCredit
ED86.01Energy Technology, Transition and Sustainability3(3-0)
ED86.09Energy Systems, Economics and Policy3(3-0)

Elective Courses

Course CodeCourse TitleNo. of Credit
ED86.01Energy Technology, Transition and Sustainability [Required]3(3-0)
ED86.02Energy Access in Rural and Isolated Areas3(2-3)
ED86.03Smart Energy Buildings3(2-3)
ED86.04Energy and GHG Emissions Accounting and Modelling in Cities3(3-0)
ED86.06Power System Modeling and Analysis3(3-0)
ED86.08Design and Operation of Transmission and Distribution Systems3(2-3)
ED86.13Power System Restructuring and Economics3(3-0)
ED86.09Energy Systems, Economics and Policy3(3-0)
ED86.07Microgrid Design, Control and Applications3(2-3)
ED86.10Energy Efficiency for Sustainable Energy Transition3(2-3)
ED86.11Smart Grid and Variable Renewable Energy Integration3(3-0)
ED86.14Al Applications in Power and Energy Systems3(2-3)
ED86.16Energy Storage3(2-3)
ED86.18Energy Demand and Pricing3(3-0)

Courses requirement for Minor in Society and Environmental Governance (SEG)

For SEG minor, students should take minimum 5 credits from Table A given below and the rest from Table A or B to make a total of 12 credits.

# Note: Req. => Required

              E       =>  Elective

Table A

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemesterNewFaculty
ED95.xxHuman Impact on Natural Environment3(3-0) (Req.)AugustNewRP Shrestha
ED95.xxScience, Society and Environmental Governance3(3-0) (Req.)AugustNewT.P.L. Nguyen
ED95.xxResource Use and Efficiency2(2-0) (Req.)JanuaryNewS. Dhakal
ED95.xxEnvironmental Policy3(3-0) (Req.)JanuaryNewRP Shrestha/ Adjunct faculty

Table B

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester

New

Faculty
ED95.xxHuman Impact on Natural Environment3(3-0) (Req.)AugustNewRP Shrestha
ED95.xxScience, Society and Environmental Governance3(3-0) (Req.)AugustNewT.P.L. Nguyen
ED95.xxResource Use and Efficiency2(2-0) (Req.)JanuaryNewS. Dhakal
ED95.xxEnvironmental Policy3(3-0) (Req.)JanuaryNewRP Shrestha/ Adjunct faculty

Courses requirement for Minor in Urban Innovation and Sustainability (UIS)

(formerly UEM)

A student who successfully complete the following four 12-credit courses would receive a minor in UIS (formerly UEM).

Course codeCourse titleCreditSemester
ED79.01Urban Environmental Management Systems3(3-0)August
ED79.22  Urban Environmental Planning and Management Workshop3(1-6)January
ED79.03  Urban Planning and the Built-Environment3(3-0)January
ED79.21  Mega-City Development and Management3(3-0)  January

For more details please contact

deanserd@ait.ac.th