Curriculum Structure

Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management

Thesis Option Research Study Option
– Total number of required credits 6 6
– Total number of elective credits 20 32
– Total number of course works 26 38
– Total number of thesis/research

– Total number of credits

22

48

10

48

 

 

August 2018 Semester

IN84.01 Managing Disasters 3(3-0) R Dr. Indrajit Pal
IN84.02 Remote Sensing and GIS for Disaster Mitigation 3(2-3) E Dr. Hiroyuki Miyazaki &

Dr. Masahiko Nagai

IN84.12 Floods and Droughts 3(3-0) E Prof. Tawatchai Tingsanchali
IN84.31 Human Conflicts and Humanitarian Emergency Management 3(3-0) E Dr. Mokbul Morshed Ahmad
IN84.9007 Selected Topic: API Course in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance 2(2-0)

 

E Dr. Indrajit Pal &

Prof. Jayant K Routray

ED52.03 Introduction to Development and Sustainability 2(2-0)

 

R Dr. Nophea Sasaki, Dr. Vilas Nitivattananon & Prof. Kyoko Kusakabe
ED52.xxxx Introduction to Quantitative Methods 2(2-2) E Dr. Sylvia Szabo
ED52. xxxx Introduction to Research Design 2(2-0) R Dr. Sohee M. Kim, Prof. Rajendra Shrestha, and Dr. Sylvia Szabo

 

January 2019 Semester

IN84.11 Mitigation of Earthquake Disasters 3(3-0) E Prof. Pennung Warnitchai
IN84.03 Climate Hazards and Early Warning Systems 3(3-0) E TBA
IN84.04 Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management – Theory and Practice 3(2-3) R Dr. Indrajit Pal
IN84.06 Disaster Response and Emergency Management 3(3-0) E TBA
IN84.05 Disaster Governance, Policy and Risk Management 3(3-0) E Dr. Indrajit Pal
ED52.xxxx Quantitative Methods 2(1.5-1.5) Elective Dr. Takuji W. Tsusaka
ED52.xxxx Qualitative Research Methods 2 (1-3) Elective Dr. Philippe Doneys, Prof. Kyoko Kusakabe

 

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