Technological Institute of the Philippines

Graduate Programs - Manila Campus

Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science
Doctor in Information Technology
Master in Information Technology
Master of Science in Computer Science
Master in Information Systems
Master of Engineering with specialization in Computer Engineering
Master of Engineering with specialization in Electrical Engineering
Master of Engineering with specialization in Chemical Engineering
Master of Engineering with specialization in Mechanical Engineering
Admission Requirements

Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science

The Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science is a research-oriented program which focuses on several areas in Computer Science coupled with rigorous breadth and depth of knowledge. The program is completed primarily through a supervised research that contributes to new knowledge, theory and technology. The program aims to produce computer scientist who are armed with methods, tools and techniques from both theoretical and system aspects of computing, and who can independently formulate computing problems and develop new and innovative technology that forms a novel contribution for the advancement of the discipline and solutions to issues.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
SPECIALIZATION COURSES (18 Units)
PHDCS 101 Special Topics in Computer Science Theory: Data Mining and Pattern Recognition 3 0 3
PHDCS 102 Special Topics in Computer Science Theory: Modeling and Simulation 2 3 3
PHDCS 103 Special Topics in Computer Science Theory: Image Processing 3 0 3
PHDCS 104 Special Topics in Computer Science Theory: Intelligent System 3 0 3
PHDCS 105 Special Topics in Computer Science Theory: Affective Computing 3 0 3
PHDCS 106 Formal Languages, Automata Theory, and Computations 3 0 3
PHDCS 107 Advanced Theory of Computation 3 0 3
PHDCS 108 Parallel Processing / Distributed Systems 3 0 3
PHDCS 109 Compiler Construction 3 0 3
PHDCS 110 Natural Language and Speech Processing 3 0 3
PHDCS 111 Information Theory 3 0 3
PHDCS 112 Advanced Computer Graphics 3 0 3
PHDCS 113 Neural Networks 3 0 3
PHDCS 114 Evolutionary Computing 3 0 3
PHDCS 115 Intellectual Property Issues Regarding Patents and Researches in Computing 3 0 3
PHDCS 116 Seminars and Special Topics in the Latest Trends and Development in Computing 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
DISSERTATION (12 Units)
DISWR 201 Dissertation 1 3 0 3
DISWR 202 Dissertation 2 2 3 3
DISWR 203 Dissertation 3 3 0 3
DISWR 204 Dissertation 4 3 0 3

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Doctor in Information Technology

The Doctor in Information Technology curriculum of T.I.P. aims to develop the needs of professionals who occupy or shall occupy positions of influence in the Information Technology community to perform fundamental and high-level research professional significance.

The program requires thirty (30) units of coursework, which can be completed in three (3) years, on a semester basis, by a full-time student. The curriculum includes eighteen (18) units of specialization coursework, and twelve (12) units of dissertation. During the first year, students are expected to finish eighteen (18) units of specialization courses including Industry Immersion. These courses are expected to prepare the students to engage in research undertakings related to the student’s choice of area of specialization. The last two (2) years of the program are dedicated to dissertation writing. The dissertation courses shall require presentation and publication in at least one (1) local refereed conference and journal, and one (1) international refereed conference and journal.

Prospective students are information technology professionals, academicians, and industry management level IT practitioners who have likewise completed a master’s degree in IT or any allied master’s degree program, with a substantial research component as demonstrated by a presentation of the research output in the national or international conference. Degrees under education and arts are strictly not considered relevant.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
SPECIALIZATION COURSES (18 Units)
DITCC 101 Advanced Data Mining and Warehousing 3 0 3
DITCC 102 Advanced IT Project Management Processes 3 0 3
DITCC 103 Advanced Systems Analysis and Database Design 3 0 3
DITCC 104 IT Protection and Security 3 0 3
DITCC 105 IT Audit with Ethical and Legal Issues in the Wired World 3 0 3
DOES 193 Artificial Intelligence 3 0 3
DOES 1B3 Neural Networks 3 0 3
DOES 1C3 Bioinformatics 3 0 3
DOES 1F3 Distributed Systems 3 0 3
DOES 1G3 Information Theory 3 0 3
DITCC 106 Industry Immersion 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
DISSERTATION (12 Units)
DISWR 201 Dissertation 1 3 0 3
DISWR 202 Dissertation 2 2 3 3
DISWR 203 Dissertation 3 3 0 3
DISWR 204 Dissertation 4 3 0 3

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Master in Information Technology

Master in Information Technology allows students to apply IT Theories and principles that address real world business opportunities and challenges. Under the guidance of competent practitioner faculty, the students are given sufficient grounding in theory and practice. The course has been designed to make graduates effective professionals. Areas of expertise are systems integration, systems administration, systems planning, systems implementation, and other activities that maintain the integrity and proper functionality of a system and its components.

The curriculum is integrally designed to produce graduates who shall be prepared to excel in positions that involve providing IT solutions. These roles include those of project manager, systems architect, information architect, process analyst, and technology architect. Graduates shall be ready to function in Information Technology positions with the competency, skills, and attitudes necessary for success in the workplace. The curriculum provides students the opportunity for continued career growth and life-long learning as IT professionals.

The students entering this degree program should have had undergraduate or industry preparation that would have exposed them to programming concepts and skills as well as the operating environment of a network system.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
REMEDIAL COURSES (12 Units)
MITRC 012L1 Data Structures and Algorithms 2 3 3
MITRC 023 Discrete Mathematics 3 0 3
MITRC 032L1 Computer Organization and Systems Programming 2 3 3
MITRC 043 Introduction to Operating Systems 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
BASIC COURSES (15 Units)
MITBC 113 Advanced Data Structure and Algorithms 3 0 3
MITBC 123 Data Warehousing and Data Mining 3 0 3
MITBC 133 Advanced Operating Systems 3 0 3
MITBC 153 Methods of Research with Statistics 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
MAJOR COURSES (9 Units)
MITMC 213 Advanced Computer Architecture 3 0 3
MITMC 222L1 Object Oriented Systems Engineering 2 3 3
MITMC 233 Computer System Evaluation and Performance 3 0 3
MITMC 243 Distributed Computer Systems 3 0 3
MITMC 252L1 Object Oriented Programming 2 3 3
MITMC 263 Software Systems Analysis and Database Design 3 0 3
MITMC 273 IT Project Management Processes 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
RESEARCH PROJECT (6 Units)
MITRP 413 Research Project 1 3 0 3
MITRP 423 Research Project 2 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
ELECTIVES (6 Units)
MITELEC 313 Computer Network Technology 3 0 3
MITELEC 323 Information Technology Issues and Seminars 3 0 3
MITELEC 332L1 Multimedia Systems and Development 2 3 3
MITELEC 342L1 CISCO 1 and 2 2 3 3
MITELEC 352L1 CISCO 3 and 4 2 3 3
MITELEC 362L1 Oracle 1 and 2 2 3 3
MITELEC 372L1 Oracle 3 and 4 2 3 3

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Master of Science in Computer Science

Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) emphasizes comprehension and understanding of the principles and concepts needed for designing and formulating new tools for applications development as well as generating new knowledge in the field.

Students entering this degree program must have completed undergraduate courses that provide the mathematical foundations for mathematical logic, calculus, discrete mathematics, data structures, computer programming and data organizations.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
REMEDIAL COURSES (12 Units)
MITRC 012L1 Data Structures and Algorithms 2 3 3
MITRC 022L1 Computer Systems Organization 2 3 3
MISRC 0323L1 Information Management and Database Systems 2 3 3
MITRC 042L1 Computer Programming 2 3 3
MCSRC 053 Discrete Structures 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
CORE COURSES (18 Units)
MITCC 113 Platform Technologies 3 0 3
MCSCC 123 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 3 0 3
MCSCC 133 Advanced Computer Organization and Architecture 3 0 3
MCSCC 143 Advanced Systems Analysis and Design 3 0 3
MCSCC 153 Automata, Computability and Formal Languages 3 0 3
MSCSS 163 Language Translation and Execution 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
ELECTIVES (12 Units)
MCSELEC 213 Advanced Software Engineering 3 0 3
MISCC 123 Human – Computer Interaction 3 0 3
MCSELEC 233 Digital Signal Processing 3 0 3
MCSELEC 243 Networking and Communications 3 0 3
MCSELEC 253 Social Issues and Professional Practice 3 0 3
MCSELEC 263 Distributed Computer Systems 3 0 3
MCSELEC 273 Intelligent Systems 3 0 3
MCSELEC 283 Cryptology 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
THESIS WRITING COURSES (6 Units)
MSCST 413 Thesis 1 3 0 3
MSCST 423 Thesis 2 3 0 3

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Master in Information Systems

Master’s degree in Information Systems at T.I.P. is developed to give the students strong foundation both in theories and applications needed in satisfying industry-desired competency in the field of Information Systems. MIS students will be able to experience unified approach in acquiring the technical knowledge and skills in addressing and solving organizational or business-related challenges and problems. T.I.P. has lined-up the most qualified master’s and doctorate degree holder professors of the institution.

The curriculum is designed in such a way that the students will develop a balanced mastery in business and technology to deal with the ever-growing and becoming complex information systems. The courses will directly link the learnings of the students to the real world organizational and business scenario, which they can apply to their current and future workplaces as IT professionals and administrators. The curriculum integrates elements like software applications, business laws and ethics, management, decision making, and other technology and business components, which will enable the students in running today’s business. The curriculum also intends for the students or professionals to be technologically up-to-date by offering them specializations which are essential for business administration, communication, and decision support. At the terminal part of their study, students are required to produce their independent study which is expected to be with relevant impact to the IS industry.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
REMEDIAL COURSES (12 Units)
MITRC 012L1 Data Structures and Algorithms 2 3 3
MITRC 022L1 Computer Systems Organization 2 3 3
MISRC 032L1 Information Management and Database Systems 2 3 3
MITRC 042L1 Computer Programming 2 3 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
CORE COURSES (18 Units)
MISCC 113 Financial Management 3 0 3
MISCC 123 Human-Computer Interaction 3 0 3
MISCC 133 Legal and Ethical Issues in IS 3 0 3
MISCC 143 Organization and Business Processes 3 0 3
MISCC 163 IS Project and Change Management 3 0 3
MISCC 173 IS Analysis and Design 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
ELECTIVES (12 Units)
MISBAEL 223 Information Systems Analytics 3 0 3
MISBAEL 233 Business Process Management 3 0 3
MISBAEL 243 IT Quality Assurance 3 0 3
MISICEL 313 Business Intelligence and Decision Support System 3 0 3
MITNSEL 343 IT Security and Risk Management 3 0 3
MISICEL 333 Telecommunications and Networks 3 0 3
MISICEL 343 Consulting in Information Systems 3 0 3
MISPMEL 433 Operations and Service Management 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
CAPSTONE PROJECT (equivalent to Thesis) (6 Units)
MITCP 413 Capstone Project 1 (equivalent to Thesis 1) 3 0 3
MITCP 423 Capstone Project 21 (equivalent to Thesis 2) 3 0 3

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Master of Engineering with specialization in Computer Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering is an applications or project-oriented degree that emphasizes the application of theories and methods to actual problems in industry and academe. It generally focuses on the design and implementation of computer systems. Students will explore the complementary nature of hardware and software and will provide digital solutions to problems across a variety of technology-based industries. Students will actively involve in software and hardware design and development.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years of graduation, alumni of Master of Engineering in Computer Engineering shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Computer Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement (CQI) in their personal lives;
    - continuously scanning, adopting and building on the best practices in their field.

STUDENT OUTCOMES

By the time of graduation, students will be able to:

  1. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications in accordance with standards and consideration of realistic constraints.
  2. implement new techniques and modern engineering task towards sustainable development to the society.
  3. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate level of discourse.
  4. maintain the conduct of professional and ethical standards in every engineering practice.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
REQUIRED/CORE COURSES (9 Units)
MERC 111 Engineering Analysis 3 0 3
MERC 112 Research Techniques with Statistical Methods 3 0 3
MERC 113 Advanced Optimization Theory and Methods 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
SPECIALIZATION/MAJOR COURSES (12 Units)
MEMC 121 Advanced Computer Systems Architecture 3 0 3
MEMC 122 Advanced Embedded Systems 3 0 3
MEMC 123 Advanced Microprocessor Design 3 0 3
MEMC 124 Software Systems Design 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
COGNATE/ELECTIVE COURSES (9 Units)
MEE 211 High Speed Networks 3 0 3
MEE 212 Network Security Systems Design 3 0 3
MEE 213 Artificial Intelligence 3 0 3
MEE 214 Advanced Software Engineering 3 0 3
MEE 215 Advanced Project Management 3 0 3
MEE 216 Mechatronic and Robotic Systems 3 0 3
MEE 217 Ethics in Science and Engineering 3 0 3
MEE 218 Management of Technology 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
INDUSTRY PROJECT COURSES (6 Units)
MEIP 001 Industry Project 1 3 0 3
MEIP 001 Industry Project 2 3 0 3

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Master of Engineering with specialization in Electrical Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering is an applications or project-oriented degree that emphasizes the application of theories and methods to actual problems in industry and academe. It generally focuses on the power system operation, control, protection and smart grid system. Students will explore more on the new technology used in power system and employ the latest trends and applications of smart system in the electrical industry.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years of graduation, alumni of Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering shall:

  • 1. have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Electrical Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement (CQI) in their personal lives;
    - continuously scanning, adopting and building on the best practices in their field.

STUDENT OUTCOMES

By the time of graduation, students will be able to:

  1. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications in accordance with standards and consideration of realistic constraints.
  2. implement new techniques and modern engineering task towards sustainable development to the society.
  3. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate level of discourse.
  4. maintain the conduct of professional and ethical standards in every engineering practice.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
REQUIRED/CORE COURSES (9 Units)
MERC 111 Engineering Analysis 3 0 3
MERC 112 Research Techniques with Statistical Methods 3 0 3
MERC 113 Advanced Optimization Theory and Methods 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
SPECIALIZATION/MAJOR COURSES (12 Units)
MEEE 121 Power System Operation, Control and Automation 3 0 3
MEEE 122 Power System Fault Analysis, Switchgear and Protection System 3 0 3
MEEE 123 Power System Dynamics and Stability 3 0 3
MEEE 124 Power Electronics 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
COGNATE/ELECTIVE COURSES (9 Units)
MEEC 211 Dynamics and Controls of Electric Machines 3 0 3
MEEC 212 Power Electronic System Design 3 0 3
MEEC 213 Materials Engineering 3 0 3
MEEC 214 Advanced Project Management 3 0 3
MEEC 215 Power System Demand Side Management 3 0 3
MEEC 216 Management of Technology 3 0 3
MEEC 217 Network Security System Design 3 0 3
MEEC 218 Smart Grid Technology 3 0 3
MEEC 219 FACTS: Models, Control and Applications 3 0 3
MEEC 220 Advanced Instrumentation and Automation Control 3 0 3
MEEC 221 Net – Centric Power System Control 3 0 3
MEEC 222 Electromagnetic Compatibility and Power Quality 3 0 3
MEEC 223 High Voltage Engineering 3 0 3
MEEC 224 Power Market Economics 3 0 3
MEEC 225 Power Market Operation 3 0 3
MEEC 226 Power System Reliability 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
INDUSTRY PROJECT COURSES (6 Units)
MEIP 001 Industry Project 1 3 0 3
MEIP 001 Industry Project 2 3 0 3

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Master of Engineering with specialization in Chemical Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering is an applications or project-oriented degree that emphasizes the application of theories and methods to actual problems in industry and academe. It generally focuses on the design, enhancement, and implementation of chemical engineering systems and processes using modern engineering tools and techniques. Students will explore the complementary nature of chemical and biochemical processes in the industry, reactions and thermodynamics, the chemistry and design of pollution control. Students will develop solutions to problems across a variety of technology-based industries.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years of graduation, alumni of Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering shall:

  • 1. have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Chemical Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement (CQI) in their personal lives;
    - continuously scanning, adopting and building on the best practices in their field.

STUDENT OUTCOMES

By the time of graduation, students will be able to:

  1. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications in accordance with standards and consideration of realistic constraints.
  2. implement new techniques and modern engineering task towards sustainable development to the society.
  3. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate level of discourse.
  4. maintain the conduct of professional and ethical standards in every engineering practice.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
FOUNDATION (6 Units)
MEFC 113 Advanced Engineering Mathematics and Numerical Methods 3 0 3
MEFC 123 Design of Experiment for Industrial Applications 3 0 3
MEFC 133 Research Techniques with Research Project Development and Management 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
REQUIRED/CORE COURSES (9 Units)
MCHE 213 Advanced Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Engineering 3 0 3
MCHE 223 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3 0 3
MCHE 233 Advanced Transport Phenomena 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
SPECIALIZATION/MAJOR COURSES (9 Units)
MCHE 313 Environmental Biotechnology 3 0 3
MCHE 323 Advanced Biochemical Engineering 3 0 3
MCHE 333 Advanced Industrial Pollution Control 3 0 3
MCHE 343 Environmental Impact Assessment 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
COGNATE/ELECTIVE COURSES (6 Units)
MCHE 413 Environment, Energy and Technology Management 3 0 3
MCHE 423 Nuclear Chemical Engineering 3 0 3
MCHE 433 Chemical Engineering Applications of Radioisotope 3 0 3
MCHE 443 Materials Engineering 3 0 3
MCHE 453 Current Topics in Chemical Engineering 3 0 3
MCHE 463 Special Problems in Chemical Engineering 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
INDUSTRY PROJECT COURSES (6 Units)
MCHE 001 Industry Project 1 3 0 3
MCHE 001 Industry Project 2 3 0 3

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Master of Engineering with specialization in Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering is an applications or project-oriented degree that emphasizes the application of theories and methods to actual problems in industry and academe. It generally focuses on the design and development of mechanical systems. Students will explore the complementary nature of power generation, energy conversion, thermal system, instrumentation in manufacturing, and renewable sources of energy. Students will provide solutions to problems across a variety of technology-based industries.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years of graduation, alumni of Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Mechanical Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement (CQI) in their personal lives;
    - continuously scanning, adopting and building on the best practices in their field.

STUDENT OUTCOMES

By the time of graduation, students will be able to:

  1. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications in accordance with standards and consideration of realistic constraints.
  2. implement new techniques and modern engineering task towards sustainable development to the society.
  3. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate level of discourse.
  4. maintain the conduct of professional and ethical standards in every engineering practice.

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
REQUIRED/CORE COURSES (9 Units)
MERC 111 Engineering Analysis 3 0 3
MERC 113 Research Techniques with Statistical Methods 3 0 3
MERC 114 Advanced Optimization Theory and Methods 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
SPECIALIZATION/MAJOR COURSES (12 Units)
MEME 121 Conventional Energy Resources 3 0 3
MEME 122 Advanced Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 3 0 3
MEME 123 Renewable Energy Resources 3 0 3
MEME 124 Power Plant Systems 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
COGNATE/ELECTIVE COURSES (9 Units)
MELEC 211 Engineering Production Management 3 0 3
MELEC 212 Energy Management in Commercial and Industrial Sectors 3 0 3
MELEC 213 Materials Engineering 3 0 3
MELEC 214 Energy Conversion-Technology and Policy 3 0 3
MELEC 215 Design of Thermal Systems 3 0 3
MELEC 216 Management of Technology 3 0 3
MELEC 217 Computer-Aided Design with Finite Elements 3 0 3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units
INDUSTRY PROJECT COURSES (6 Units)
MEIP 001 Industry Project 1 3 0 3
MEIP 001 Industry Project 2 3 0 3

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Admission Requirements

  • Application Form (TIPM – AMO – 12)
  • Transcript of Records (Original and Photocopy, for Evaluation)
  • PSA/NSO Birth Certificate (Photocopy)
  • Marriage Contract/Certificate (if married female)
  • Transfer Credentials
  • 2pcs 2x2 ID Picture
  • Concept paper for dissertation (for Doctoral Programs only)