DEGREE CONFERRED

Bachelor of Engineering (Aeronautic Engineering)

B.Eng. (Aeronautic Engineering)

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Assumption University confers the degree of Bachelor of Engineering in  Aeronautic Engineering upon students who meet all of the following requirements specified in the Graduate Program Standard Criteria B.E. 2548 and Assumption University Bylaw B.E. 2548 as follows::

  • Have completed of the total number of credits of the curriculum
  • Have obtained a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00
  • Have participated in 16 sessions of the Professional Ethics Seminar
  • Have obtained library and financial clearance with the University
  • Have demonstrated good behavior and discipline

OBJECTIVES

To produce graduates who have the characteristics, knowledge and skills as follows:

  • Have moral sound, committed to acting justly and open to further growth.
  • Have aeronautic knowledge both engineering and non-engineering.
  • Have aircraft maneuver skills.
  • Be open-minded with strong logical thinking problem-solving.
  • Have communication skills.

COURSES

General Education Courses   34 Credits

Language

Language Courses      12 Credits

BG 1001

English I

3

BG 1002

English II

3

BG 2000

English III

3

BG 2001

English IV

3

Specialized Courses       104 Credits

Basic Engineering

Basic Engineering Courses            40 Credits

BG 1204

Calculus I

3

BG 1205

Calculus II

3

BG 1211

Physics I

3

BG 1212

Physics Laboratory I

1

BG 1213

Physics II

3

BG 1214

Physics Laboratory II

1

BG 2209

Statistics for Engineers

3

EE 2201

Electric Circuits

3

EE 2202

Electric Circuits Laboratory

1

EE 2605

Engineering Electronics

3

EE 2606

Engineering Electronics Laboratory

1

IE 1110

Engineering Materials  

3

MCE 2101

Fundamentals of Mechatronics Engineering 

3

MCE 2102 

Fundamentals of Mechatronics Engineering Laboratory I 

1

ME 1112

Engineering Laboratory

2

ME 1113

Engineering Drawing

3

ME 2211

Engineering Mechanics I

3

Free Elective Course 6 Credits

Students can take free elective courses of 6 credits from any faculty in Assumption University upon completion of the prerequisites (if any).

STUDY PLAN  - COMMERCIAL PILOT

FIRST YEAR

First Semester

Code

Subjects

Credits

BG 1001

English I

3

BG 1204

Calculus I

3

BG 1211

Physics I

3

BG 1212

Physics Laboratory I

1

BG 1221

Computer Programming

3

ME 1112

Engineering Laboratory

2

ME 1113

Engineering Drawing

3

 

Total

18

Second Semester

Code

Subjects

Credits

BG 0008

General Chemistry Laboratory

1

BG 1108

General Chemistry

3

BG 1002

English II

3

BG 1205

Calculus II

3

BG 1213

Physics II

3

BG 1214

Physics Laboratory II

1

BG 2208

Discrete Mathematics

3

IE 1110

Engineering Materials

3

 

Total

20

STUDY PLAN  - AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

FIRST YEAR

First Semester

Code

Subjects

Credits

BG 1001

English I

3

BG 1204

Calculus I

3

BG 1211

Physics I

3

BG 1212

Physics Laboratory I

1

BG 1221

Computer Programming

3

ME 1112

Engineering Laboratory

2

ME 1113

Engineering Drawing

3

 

Total

18

Second Semester

Code

Subjects

Credits

BG 0008

General Chemistry Laboratory

1

BG 1108

General Chemistry

3

BG 1002

English II

3

BG 1205

Calculus II

3

BG 1213

Physics II

3

BG 1214

Physics Laboratory II

1

BG 2208

Discrete Mathematics

3

IE 1110

Engineering Materials

3

 

Total

20

Remark : Aeronautic Engineering curriculum’s guidelines

1). Freshmen and Sophomore students will take engineering courses.

2). Second year first semester students are required to take an examination to qualify for Private Pilot License (PPL) at the Department of Civil Aviation, Thailand.

3). The School will send the list of students for medical examinations at either the institute of Aviation Medicine, Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital or Bangkok Hospital, Thailand.

4). Third year second semester students may start taking basic pilot subjects.

5). Students who obtain Private Pilot Licenses (PPL) are deemed to have the added potential of flying through the Instrument Rating (IR) and the Department of Civil Aviation Verification.

6). Test Multi Engine Rating (MR) after class hours: Training for Multi Engine Operations at the airport by the Civil Aviation Department. Students must hold Private Pilot Licenses (PPL) prior to passing this examination.

7). When a student graduates he/she must have completed Commercial Pilot License (CPL). In the CPL cases of students who did not hold License PPL, they will need to ensure that they passed (IR), (ME), (CPL) simultaneously.