Department of Physics @ MAHIDOL University

Welcome to Master of Science Program in

Innovative Physics

Are you intrigued by the limitless possibilities for applying physics principles to real-world problems? Do you have a strong desire to use the power of physics to propel technological advancements and address pressing challenges? If so, our Innovative Physics Program at Mahidol University will take you on an exciting and innovative journey through the practical applications of physics.

OPEN Admission for 2024
(1st semester)

Qualifications of Prospective Students

  • 1. holding a Bachelor’s degree in science, engineering or related fields accredited by the Office of the Higher Education Commission
  • 2. having cumulative GPA not less than 2.50
  • 3. having and English Proficiency Examination score as the requirement of Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University
  • 4. Admissions of the prospective students missing any qualifications under 2. - 3. may be granted under the discretion of the Program Committee and the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University

  • Overview of the Study Plan

    Mahidol University's Physics Master's Program offers a 2-year curriculum focusing on advanced physics concepts, practical experimentation, and research.

    1st Year : Semester 1 (August-December)
  • SCIP501 Contemporary Physics (3 Cr)
  • SCIP502 Roles of Physics in Innovation (3 Cr)
  • Elective (3 Cr)
  • Total 9 credits

  • 1st Year : Semester 2 (January-May)
  • SCIP 503 Research and Seminar in Innovative Physics (3 Cr)
  • SCIP 504 Integrated Skills for Innovative Physics (3 Cr)
  • Elective (3 Cr)
  • Total 9 credits

  • 2nd Year : Semester 1
  • SCIP 698 Thesis (3 Cr)
  • Elective (3 Cr)
  • Total 6 credits

  • 2nd Year : Semester 2
  • SCIP 698 Thesis (9 Cr)
  • Total 9 credits

  • Program Curriculum


  • Research Groups

    Let's get in touch

    • Suwunnee Sirilouwtrakul
      (Program Administrator)

      Phone Number
    • Email Address
    • Street Address
      Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University
      272 Rama VI Road, Ratchathewi District, Bangkok 10400