The development of this curriculum is developed in accordance with the 11th National Economic and Social Development Guidelines (2012-2016), which discusses the development of the knowledge-based economy of Thailand. A wide range of manufacturing reduces the failure of economic cyclical ties and can create links between the pre-production sectors to increase employment and productivity. As well as creating opportunities arising from long-term economic changes. In many sectors. As a result of this rapid economic change, science and technology will play a role in almost every aspect of people's daily life, including the expansion of the industrial and service sectors. Interdisciplinary studies of environment and development are therefore necessary to provide arrangements to address the impacts arising from the current development of science and technology on the environment. By producing quality natural resources and environmental management personnel.