Course / Branch

Bachelor of Technology Program in Electrical Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Technology Program in Electrical Engineering Technology

The curriculum, which is organized around a Study and Work strategy, is designed to produce and supply highly competent graduates who can meet the demands of the engineering industry. The program is divided to 3 fields:

  • Engineering Technology for Smart Building System: To produce highly-skilled graduates for the line of work related to supervising, design, inspection, installation, and maintenance of electrical systems in buildings associated with smart buildings, fire alarm system, air-conditioning system, and renewable energy and energy management system.
  • Engineering Technology for Electric Vehicle: To supply highly-skilled graduates in areas of analyzing, designing, and maintaining electric vehicle systems, control units, and charging systems, battery technology, and automotive.
  • Engineering Technology for Automatic Industry System: To produce highly-skilled graduates for the line of work related to production development, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system development, information management system, and industrial process control, application and development of industrial robots, real-time monitor system development, and Internet of Things (IoT) system.


  • Focusing on learning by doing
  • Focusing on producing good disciplinary, studious, hard-working, and proficient graduates
  • Offering collaborative classes between the faculty and entrepreneurs
  • Supplying highly competent graduates to meet industry demands and providing career opportunities upon graduation
  • Collaborating with leading Thai companies that have extensive coverage work units
  • Promoting research and innovative developments in collaboration with entrepreneurs in order to provide hands-on experience
  • Professional instruction and training

Candidate Qualifications

  • An applicant must have a high school diploma, vocational certificate, or equivalent from a school or institution accredited by the Ministry of Education.

Course Structure

Program structure (138 total credit requirement)
General Education Courses 33 credits
  • Social Science 6 credits
  • Humanities 6 credits
  • Science and Mathematics 6 credits
  • Language 15 credits
Specific Required Courses 99 credits
  • Science and Mathematics 12 credits
  • Technology 18 credits
  • Electrical Engineer 21 credits
  • Major elective courses 25 credits
  • Final project and practical training 17 credits
Free Elective Courses 6 credits


The Cooperative Education Guidelines

  • working-learning integration
  • three-year studying on campus and one-year training at networking companies
  • earning while training
  • studying English and third language (Chinese, Japanese, and German)
  • improving fundamental engineering skills and preparing for real-life working situations

Career Perspective

  • Production Supervisor
  • Engineer: Sales Engineer, Production Engineer, Research and Innovation Engineer
  • Maintenance Supervisor for High-rise Building Systems
  • Engineering and Technology Trainer