Technological Institute of the Philippines

College of Engineering and Architecture - Quezon City Campus

Outcomes-Based Education
Program Certification
Architecture
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Environmental and Sanitary Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Outcomes-Based Education

OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)

The T.I.P. Implementation of outcomes-based education was driven by the following external entities: 1) Regulatory bodies such as the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), International Maritime Organization (IMO), among others, 2) Local and international accrediting bodies, specifically, the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA), the Philippine Technological Council-Accreditation and Certification Board for Engineering and Technology - Engineering Accreditation Commission (PTC - ACBET - EAC), and ABET, Inc., 3) International certifying bodies, and 4) Feedback from other external constituents.

It is also guided by existing T.I.P. internal policies and initiatives: 1) The T.I.P. Vision, Mission, Core Values, and Core Competencies, 2) T.I.P. Quality Policy, and 3) Other T.I.P. initiatives that supported the OBE implementation such as a) the T.I.P. Faculty and Staff Development Program, and b) The T.I.P. Student Development Program.

The institutional outcome statement was formulated based on the T.I.P. graduates attributes. Outcomes at the program level and course level were also formulated aligned with institutional outcomes.

The framework which T.I.P. adopted in its OBTL implementation revolves around three important elements: 1) Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs), 2) Teaching and Learning Activities (TLAs) and 3) Assessment Tasks (ATs).

In support of T.I.P.’s outcomes-based education and as a strategy to promote academic excellence, T.I.P. has also embarked on a proactive plan to implement outcomes-based teaching and learning or OBTL in all its academic programs using the City University of Hong Kong OBTL model.

The OBE process is also supported by facilities, management processes and procedures resources and support structures sub-systems.

The results of the assessment and evaluation are used as inputs in the continual improvement of the instructional process specifically on the constructive alignment of ILOs, TLAs, and ATs.

It is expected that the implementation of OBTL as part of T.I.P.’s OBE would hasten the realization of T.I.P.’s mission "to transform students into graduates with full competence in their fields of study and who also possess Filipino values, industry-desired values, and global citizen values”.

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Program Certification

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITIONS

International Certification

Quality Management System certified compliant to the international standard ISO 9001:2015 by Det Norske Veritas – Germanischer Lloyd (DNV-GL).

CHED Recognitions

  • Center of Excellence (COE) in Computer Engineering (BSCpE)
  • Center of Excellence (COE) in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
  • Center of Excellence (COE) in Electronics Engineering (BSECE)
  • Center of Development (COD) in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
  • Center of Development (COD) in Industrial Engineering (BSIE)
  • Center of Development (COD) in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

PACUCOA Accreditation Levels

  • Level IV First Reaccredited Status in Civil Engineering
  • Level IV First Reaccredited Status in Computer Engineering
  • Level IV Accredited Status in Electrical Engineering
  • Level IV Accredited Status in Industrial Engineering
  • Level III First Reaccredited Status in Electronics Engineering
  • Level III Reaccredited Status in Architecture
  • Level I Formal Accredited Status in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering
  • Level I Formal Accredited Status in Mechanical Engineering

In recent years, T.I.P. had the privilege to receive international and national recognitions for providing quality education to students. The said recognitions are the following:

ISO Certification. T.I.P.’s quality management system is certified to ISO 9001:2015 by Det Norske Veritas – Germanischer Lloyd (DNV-GL) in the provision of all its academic offerings.

This helps ensure that all training and education services consistently meet all customer and applicable statutory, regulatory and accreditation requirements. This also helps address customer satisfaction through the effective and efficient application of the system, continual improvement, and the prevention of nonconformity. T.I.P. is one among a select number of schools in the Philippines which went into ISO certification as early as 19 years ago. To date, it continues to maintain its ISO certification.

Some of the notable components of T.I.P.’s QMS are: a) 5S, a Japanese-inspired good housekeeping program, and b) KAIZEN, a continuous small-steps improvement program.

There can be no clearer confirmation of effective quality management than the distinction of being benchmarked by one’s peers. Through the years, the institution has hosted several benchmarking visits by presidents, officers, faculty and staff of other institutions of higher learning, and other organizations, bringing to fore its modest contribution to the sharing of effective policies and practices. To date, forty eight (48) local institutions and organizations have benchmarked with T.I.P. Schools from Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Cambodia have also benchmarked with the institution.

Autonomous Status. On May 16, 2016, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) awarded T.I.P. Quezon City with Autonomous Status. Autonomous status is the highest possible award given by CHED to a higher education institution in recognition of its exemplary performance shown in the provision of quality instruction, research and extension work.

Centers of Excellence. T.I.P. Quezon City was recognized as CHED Centers of Excellence (COE) in three (3) programs – Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering.

Centers of Development. T.I.P. Quezon City was recognized as CHED Centers of Development (COD) in three (3) programs – Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.

Levels of Accreditation. T.I.P. Quezon City has various accreditation levels for its different program offerings under the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines-Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (FAAP-PACUCOA). The College of Engineering and Architecture of T.I.P. Quezon City has four (4) Level IV Accredited Status in Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Industrial Engineering and two (2) Level III Reaccredited Status in Electronics Engineering and Architecture.

The Environmental and Sanitary Engineering and Mechanical Engineering programs of T.I.P. Quezon City were also awarded Level I Formal Accredited Status by the FAAP-PACUCOA.

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Architecture

The Bachelor of Science in Architecture is a five-year program that aims to produce responsible building designers building designers and regional city planners. It is designed to provide a broad foundation for the development of social and environmental awareness, problem-solving ability and design creativity. The curricular content is focused on cultural heritage, advanced technology, sustainable development, socio economic equity, ecological balance, human resource development and aesthetic design excellence. The program develops students’ skills in freehand drawing, surveying, model making and rendering. It included subjects in architectural design, construction materials, and construction management.

Recognition:
From PACUCOA: Level III Reaccredited Status in Architecture

Program Educational Objectives

Three to five years after graduation, the Architecture alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Architecture and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired 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, Architecture students will be able to:

  1. communicate effectively in oral and in written English including visual communication
  2. articulate and discuss the latest developments in the field of architecture
  3. act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility
  4. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams
  5. design the built environment in the context of ecological balance and sustainable development and conservation of cultural and historical heritage
  6. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of architectural business and organization
  7. provide professional services in the realm of the scope of practice of architecture
  8. use the techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for architectural practice
  9. create architectural design solutions within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, ethical, health and safety, and sustainability in accordance with architectural design standards
  10. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the new T.I.P Architecture curriculum adopts the curriculum and requirements of CMO No. 61 series of 2017 known as the Policies, Standards and Guidelines for the Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BS ARCHI). (https://ched.gov.ph/cmo-no-61-series-2017-policies-standards-and-guidelines-for-the-bachelor-of-science-in-architecture-bs-archi/)

The following Student Outcomes of the Architecture Program will apply:

By the time of graduation, the student should be able to:

  1. keep abreast with the developments in the field of architecture practice
  2. communicate effectively in oral and in written English including visual communication
  3. work effectively and independently in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams
  4. act in recognition of professional, ethical & social responsibility
  5. create architectural solutions by applying knowledge in history, theory, planning, building technology and utilities, structural concepts and professional practice
  6. Use concepts and principles from specialized fields and allied disciplines into various architectural problems
  7. Prepare contract documents, technical reports and other legal documents used in architectural practice adhering to applicable laws, standards and regulations
  8. Interpret and apply relevant laws, codes, charters and standards of architecture and the built environment
  9. Apply research methods to address architectural problems
  10. Use various information and communication technology (ICT) media for architectural solutions, presentations, and techniques in design and construction
  11. Acquire entrepreneurial and business acumen relevant to Architecture practice
  12. Apply knowledge in Construction management and Building administration

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT DATA

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 1,511
  1st Semester 1,665
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 239
  2nd Semester 1,777
  1st Semester 1,896
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 408
  2nd Semester 1,504
  1st Semester 1,610
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 436
  2nd Semester 1,258
  1st Semester 1,327
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 598
  2nd Semester 1,335
  1st Semester 1,438
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 570
  2nd Semester 1,489
  1st Semester 1,586
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer 401
  2nd Semester 1,299
  1st Semester 1,452
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer 377
  2nd Semester 1,166
  1st Semester 1,263
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer 354
  2nd Semester 994
  1st Semester 1,100
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer 278
  2nd Semester 850
  1st Semester 930
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer 250
  2nd Semester 718
  1st Semester 797

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021) 97
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (June 2020) -
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 95
  1st Semester (October 2019) 35
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019) 24
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 95
  1st Semester (October 2018) 48
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018) 14
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 102
  1st Semester (October 2017) 54
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017)  
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 96
  1st Semester (October 2016) 56
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 2
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 68
  1st Semester (October 2015) 18
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 51
  1st Semester (October 2014) 16
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer (May 2014)  
  2nd Semester (March 2014) 28
  1st Semester (October 2013) 16
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer (May 2013) 4
  2nd Semester (March 2013) 30
  1st Semester (October 2012) 20
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer (May 2012) 4
  2nd Semester (March 2012) 41
  1st Semester (October 2011) 29
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer (May 2011) 15
  2nd Semester (March 2011) 33
  1st Semester (October 2010) 16

REVISED 2018 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
GEC 004 MATHEMATICS IN THE MODERN WORLD 3 0 3  
GEE 001 G.E. ELECTIVE 1 3 0 3  
GEC 006 ART APPRECIATION 3 0 3  
AR 101 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1 1 3 2  
AR 111 THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 1 2 3 3  
AR 131 ARCHITECTURAL VISUAL COMMUNICATION 1 1 6 3  
AR 132 ARCHITECTURAL VISUAL COMMUNICATION 2 1 3 2  
PE 001 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 Units)
MATH 122 SOLID MENSURATION 2 0 2 COLLEGE ALGEBRA, PLANE TRIGONOMETRY
GEE 002 G.E. ELECTIVE 2 3 0 3  
AR 102 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 1 3 2 AR 101, AR 111
AR 112 THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2 2 3 3 AR 111
AR 114 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 1 3 0 3  
AR 113 ARCHITECTURAL INTERIORS 2 3 3 AR 111
AR 133 ARCHITECTURAL VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS 3 1 6 3 AR 131
AR 134 ARCHITECTURAL VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS 4 1 3 2 AR 132
PE 002 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 UNITS)
MATH 233A DIFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS 3 0 3 COLLEGE ALGEBRA, PLANE TRIGONOMETRY
GEE 003 G.E. ELECTIVE 3 3 0 3  
GEC 001 UNDERSTANDING THE SELF 3 0 3  
AR 201 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 3 1 6 3 AR 102, AR 112, AR 113
AR 221 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 1 3 0 3 AR 102
AR 223 BUILDING UTILITIES 2 3 3 AR 102
AR 211 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2 3 0 3 AR 114
AR 235 ARCHITECTURAL VISUAL COMMUNICATION 5 1 3 2 AR 134
PE 003 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 2 0 2 PE 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25 UNITS)
GEC 002 READINGS IN PHILIPPINE HISTORY 3 0 3  
AR 202 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4 1 6 3 AR 201, AR 221
AR 222 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 2 2 3 3 AR 221, AR 223
AR 203 TROPICAL DESIGN 2 0 2 AR 201
AR 212 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 3 3 0 3 AR 211
AR 224 BUILDING UTILITIES 2 2 3 3 AR 223
AR 223 STATICS OF RIGID BODIES 3 0 3 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
SURV 002F1 SURVEYING 2 3 3 SOLID MENSURATION
PE 004 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 2 0 2 PE 003

CERTIFICATE IN DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY SHALL BE GRANTED UPON COMPLETION OF ALL PRESCRIBED COURSES FROM FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER TO SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26 UNITS)
GEC 005 PURPOSIVE COMMUNICATION 3 0 3  
GEC 003 THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD 3 0 3  
AR 301 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 5 1 9 4 AR 202, AR 222, AR 223
AR 321 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 3 2 3 3 AR 222, AR 224
AR 312 FIELD TRIPS AND SEMINARS FOR ARCHITECTURE 2 0 2 AR 221, AR 212
AR 311 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 4 3 0 3 AR 212
AR 341 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 1 3 0 3 AR 202
CADD 331 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING FOR ARCHITECTURE 1 1 3 2 AR 235, AR 225
ARSC 313 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 3 0 3 ARSC 223

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 UNITS)
GEC 008 Ethics 3 0 3  
AR 302 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6 1 9 4 AR 301, AR 321, AR 341
AR 322 Building Technology 4 2 3 3 AR 321
AR 323 BUILDING UTILITIES 3 2 3 3 AR 224
AR 351 PLANNING 1 3 0 3 SURV 002F1, AR 203
CADD 322 COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN AND DRAFTING FOR ARCHITECTURE 2 1 3 2 CADD 331
AR 390 INTEGRATION COURSE FOR ARCHITECTURE 1 2 3 3 AR 301, AR 112, AR 113, AR 311, AR 341

NOTE: NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (22 UNITS)
GEC 007 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY 3 0 3  
AR 401 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 7 1 12 5 AR 302, AR 322, AR 351, AR 390
AR 441 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 2 3 0 3 AR 341
AR 451 PLANNING 2 3 0 3 AR 351
AR 421 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 5 2 3 3 AR 321
ARSC 433 STEEL AND TIMBER DESIGN 3 0 3 ARSC 323
AR 492 ARCHITECTURAL INTERNSHIP 0 2 2 AR 302, AR 322, CADD 332

CERTIFICATE IN BUILDING TECHNOLOGY AND UTILITIES SHALL BE GRANTED UPON COMPLETION OF ALL PRESCRIBED COURSES FROM FIRST YEAR TO FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 UNITS)
SOCSC 005 LIFE AND WORKS OF RIZAL 3 0 3  
AR 402 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 8 1 12 5 AR 401, AR 451, ARSC 323
AR 491 RESEARCH METHODS FOR ARCHITECTURE 3 0 3 AR 202
AR 442 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 3 3 0 3 AR 441
AR 452 PLANNING 3 3 0 3 AR 451
AR 492* SPECIALIZATION 1 3 0 3 AR 401
AR 490 INTEGRATION COURSE FOR ARCHITECTURE 2 2 3 3 AR 390, AR 421, AR 323, AR 441
ARSC 443 ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURES 3 0 3 ARSC 433

CERTIFICATE IN CADD SHALL BE GRANTED UPON COMPLETION OF ALL PRESCRIBED COURSES FROM FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER TO FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (13 UNITS)
AR 501 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 9 1 12 5 AR 402, AR 492, AR 491
AR 551 HOUSING 2 0 2 AR 451
AR 541 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND APPLICATION FOR ARCHITECTURE 1 3 0 3 AR 442
AR 591* SPECIALIZATION 2 2 3 3 AR 492*, ARSC 443

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (11 UNITS)
AR 502 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 10 1 12 5 AR 501
AR 542 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND APPLICATION FOR ARCHITECTURE 2 3 0 3 AR 541
AR 592* SPECIALIZATION 3 2 3 3 AR 591*

NOTES ON SPECIALIZATION COURSES: 9 CREDIT UNITS

A STUDENT CAN CHOOSE ANY OF THE THREE (3) TRACK BELOW. ONCE A TRACK IS CHOSEN, ALL COURSES IN THE TRACK MUST BE TAKEN CONSECUTIVELY.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
TRACK 1*: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
AR 492A SPECIALIZATION 1: PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, PLANNING AND SCHEDULING 3 0 3 AR 401
AR 591A SPECIALIZATION 2: COST MANAGEMENT 2 3 3 AR 492A, ARSC 443
AR 592A SPECIALIZATION 3: CONSTRUCTION SAETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT 2 3 3 AR 591A
TRACK 2*: ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING
AR 492B SPECIALIZATION 1: INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND THE PLANNING PROCESS 3 0 3 AR 401
AR 591B SPECIALIZATION 2: URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 2 3 3 AR 492B, ARSC 443
AR 592B SPECIALIZATION 3: SPECIAL PROBLEMS FOR URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING 2 3 3 AR 591B
TRACK 3*: HERITAGE CONSERVATION
AR 492C SPECIALIZATION 1: INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE CONSERVATION 3 0 3 AR 401
AR 591C SPECIALIZATION 2: HERITAGE CONSERVATION TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS 2 3 3 AR 492C, ARSC 443
AR 592C SPECIALIZATION 3: HERITAGE CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT PLANNING 2 3 3 AR 591C

2007 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 UNITS)
ENGL 113 COMMUNICATION ARTS 1 3 0 3  
FIL 113 KOMUNIKASYON SA AKADEMIKONG FILIPINO 3 0 3  
MATH 113 COLLEGE ALGEBRA FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS 3 0 3  
MATH 133 PLANE & SPHER TRIGO 3 0 3  
AR 111S1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1 1 3 2  
AR 131S2 ARCH'L. VISUAL COMM. 1 1 6 3  
AR 151S1 ARCH'L. VISUAL COMM. 2 1 3 2  
AR 113A THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 1 3 0 3  
PE 152 PHYSICAL FITNESS 2 0 2  
NSTP 11 NAT'L SERVICE TRNG. PROG. 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (27 UNITS)
ENGL 123 COMPOSITION (COMM ARTS 2) 3 0 3 ENGL 113
FIL 123 PANITIKAN 3 0 3 FIL 113
MATH 122 SOLID MENSURATION 2 0 2 MATH 113, MATH 133
MATH 123 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 3 0 3 MATH 113, MATH 133
PHYS 003L1 PHYSICS 1 3 3 4 MATH 113, MATH 133
AR 121S1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 1 3 2 AR 111S1. AR 113A
AR 141S2 ARCH'L. VISUAL COMM. 3 1 6 3 AR 131S2
AR 161S1 ARCH'L. VISUAL COMM. 4 1 3 2 AR 151S1
AR 123 THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE 2 3 0 3 AR 113A
PE 162 RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES 2 0 2 PE 152
NSTP 12 NAT'L SERVICE TRNG. PROG. 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 11

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26 UNITS)
MATH 233A DIFFERENTIAL & INTEGRAL CALCULUS 3 0 3 MATH 123, 122
PHYS 203L1 PHYSICS 2 3 3 4 PHYS 003L1
ECOL 213 SCIENCE, ENV. & SOCIETY 3 0 3  
AR 211S2 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 3 1 6 3 AR 121S1, AR 123
AR 212S1 ARCHITECTURAL INTERIORS 2 3 3 AR 123
AR 213A BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 1 3 0 3 AR 121S1
AR 233 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 1 3 0 3 AR 1212S1
AR 251S1 ARCH’L VISUAL COMM. 5 1 3 2 AR 161S1
PE 252 INDIVIDUAL-DUAL SPORTS 2 0 2 PE 162

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR,SECOND SEMESTER (26 UNITS)
PSYC 003 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 0 3  
SURV 002F1 SURVEYING 2 3 3 MATH 123, MATH 122
AR 221S2 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4 1 6 3 AR 211S2
AR 222S1 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 2 2 3 3 AR 213
AR 223A TROPICAL DESIGN 3 0 3 PHYS 203L1
AR 243A HISTORY OF ARCH 2 3 0 3 AR 233
AR 263 BUILDING UTILITIES 1 3 0 3 AR 211S2, PHYS 003L1
ARSC 223 STATICS OF RIGID BODIES 3 0 3 PHYS 003L1, MATH 233A
PE 262 SPORTS AND GAMES 2 0 2 PE 252

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26 UNITS)
LIT 303 PHILIPPINE LITERATURE 3 0 3 ENGL 123
AR 310P2 FIELD TRIPS AND SEMINARS FOR ARCH 0 6 2 AR 222S1, AR 263
AR 311S3 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 5 1 9 4 AR 221S2, ARSC 223
AR 312S1 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 3 2 3 3 AR 222S1, AR 263
AR 313A PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 1 3 0 3 AR 221S2
AR 333A HISTORY OF ARCH 3 3 0 3 AR 243A
AR 353A BUILDING UTILITIES 2 3 0 3 AR 263, PHYS 203L1
ARSC 313 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 3 0 3 ARSC 223

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 UNITS)
CS 003L1 COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS 3 3 4 3RD YEAR STANDING
AR 303 PLANNING 1 3 0 3 SURV 003F1, ECOL 213, AR 311S3
AR 321S3 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6 1 9 4 AR 211S3. ARSC 313
AR 322S1 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 4 2 3 3 AR 312S1, AR 353A
AR 323A PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 2 3 0 3 AR 313A
AR 343A HISTORY OF ARCH 4 3 0 3 AR 333A
ARSC 323 THEORY OF STRUCTURES 3 0 3 ARSC 313

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL SUBJECTS UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 UNITS)
ENGL 413A TECHNICAL WRITING 3 0 3 ENGL 123
CADD 411S2 CADD FOR ARCHITECTURE 1 1 6 3 AR 251S1, CS003L1
AR 411S4 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 7 1 12 5 AR 321S3, ARSC 323
AR 412S1 BUILDING TECHNOLOGY 5 2 3 3 AR 322S1, AR 363A
AR 413A PLANNING 2 3 0 3 AR 303
AR 433A FACILITIES / BLDG. ADMIN. 3 0 3 AR 321S3, AR 323A
ARSC 433 STEEL AND TIMBER DESIGN 3 0 3 ARSC 323

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25 UNITS)
CADD 421S2 CADD FOR ARCHITECTURE 2 1 6 3 CADD 411S2
AR 420P2 ARCHITECTURAL INTERNSHIP 0 6 2 AR 321S3, AR 322S1
AR 421S4 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 8 1 12 5 AR 411S4. ARSC 433
AR 421S2 URBAN DESIGN STUDIO 1 6 3 AR 411S4, AR 413A
AR 443A PLANNING 3 3 0 3 AR 413A
AR 463 RESEARCH METHODS FOR ARCH 3 0 3 AR 411S4, ENGL 413A
ARSC 443 ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTURES 3 0 3 ARSC 433

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 UNITS)
PHILO 003 INTRO. TO PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC 3 0 3  
SOCIO 003 SOCIO & FAMILY PLAN’G 3 0 3  
HUM 513 ART APPRECIATION 3 0 3  
AR 511S4 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 9 1 12 5 ALL COURSES 1ST-4TH YEAR
AR 513A CONSTRUCTION MGT. 3 0 3 AR 412S1. AR 423A
AR 533A HOUSING 3 0 3 AR 413A. AR 313A
AR 553 ARCH. COMPRE. COURSE 3 0 3 ALL COURSES 1ST-4TH YEAR

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (20 UNITS)
CONST 003 PHILIPPINE CONST. & GOVT/ 3 0 3  
ECO 003 ECON, LAND REFORM & TAXATION 3 0 3  
JPR 003 RIZAL 3 0 3  
AR 521S4 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 10 1 12 5 AR 511S4. AR 553
AR 523A PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3 0 3 AR 513A
AR 543 EVAL OF ARCH’L DESIGN 3 0 3 AR 421S4

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Civil Engineering

The Civil Engineering program is a five-year program that provides students the knowledge and expertise necessary in planning, design, construction, supervision, and maintenance of facilities essential to modern life. These facilities vary widely in nature, size, and scope and include offshore structures, bridges, buildings, tunnels, highways, transit systems, dams, airports, ports and harbors, towers, and water distribution systems. The program also provides students the fundamental skills in land surveying, highway and transportation engineering design, structural design, and construction materials selection and testing. It also includes topics in flood controls, landslide, air and water pollution, and the design of facilities to withstand earthquakes and natural hazards.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org)

Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

Recognition:
From CHED: Center of Development (COD) in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
From PACUCOA: Level IV First Reaccredited Status in Civil Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Civil Engineering program has adopted the following educational objectives.

Three to five years after graduation, the Civil Engineering alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Civil Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired civil engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement 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. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems;
  2. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  3. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance with standards;
  4. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
  5. use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in complex engineering activities;
  6. apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice;
  7. understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
  8. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
  9. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  10. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
  11. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments;
  12. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the following Student Outcomes of the Civil Engineering Program will apply:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying knowledge and principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, in accordance with standards appropriate to the discipline
  3. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse
  4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives by applying knowledge of engineering and management principles
  6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT DATA

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 2,623
  1st Semester 2,738
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 508
  2nd Semester 2,660
  1st Semester 2,997
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 912
  2nd Semester 2,218
  1st Semester 2,466
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 821
  2nd Semester 1,814
  1st Semester 1,986
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 872
  2nd Semester 1,991
  1st Semester 2,145
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 780
  2nd Semester 2,180
  1st Semester 2,308
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer 663
  2nd Semester 1,913
  1st Semester 2,140
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer 537
  2nd Semester 1,731
  1st Semester 1,941
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer 491
  2nd Semester 1,693
  1st Semester 1,853
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer 373
  2nd Semester 1,379
  1st Semester 1,527
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer 396
  2nd Semester 1,182
  1st Semester 1,349

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021) 107
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (June 2020) 18
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 227
  1st Semester (October 2019) 154
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019) 85
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 156
  1st Semester (October 2018) 131
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018) 21
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 203
  1st Semester (October 2017) 108
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017) 7
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 101
  1st Semester (October 2016) 81
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 16
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 52
  1st Semester (October 2015) 57
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 41
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 58
  1st Semester (October 2014) 70
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer (May 2014)  
  2nd Semester (March 2014) 47
  1st Semester (October 2013) 57
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer (May 2013) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2013) 27
  1st Semester (October 2012) 39
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer (May 2012) 11
  2nd Semester (March 2012) 30
  1st Semester (October 2011) 30
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer (May 2011) 7
  2nd Semester (March 2011) 22
  1st Semester (October 2010) 24

2018 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20 Units)
GEC 007 Science, Technology and Society 3 0 3  
GEC 004 Mathematics in Modern World 3 0 3  
MATH 016 Calculus 1 3 0 3  
ECHEM 001 Chemistry for Engineers 3 3 4  
CE 004 Civil Engineering Orientation 2 0 2  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 3 0 3  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
GEC 003 Contemporary World 3 0 3  
GEC 001 Understanding the Self 3 0 3  
MATH 017 Calculus 2 3 0 3 MATH 016
EPHYS 001 Physics for Engineers (Calculus-Based Physics) 3 3 4 MATH 016
MATH 017 (Coreq)
CADD 001A Engineering Drawing and Plans 0 3 1  
ITE 001A Computer Fundamentals & Programming 0 6 2  
SOCSC 005 Life and Work of Rizal 3 0 3  
PE 002 Physical Education 2 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 3 0 3 NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (27 Units)
EMATH 003 Differential Equation 3 0 3 MATH 017
CADD 001B Computer Aided Drafting & Design 0 3 1  
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 MATH 017
EPHYS 001
CE 010 Fundamentals of Surveying 3 3 4 CADD 001A
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 2nd year standing
IE 001 Engineering Management 2 0 2  
GEC 005 Purposive Communication 3 0 3  
GEE 001 GEC Free Elective 1 3 0 3  
PE 003 Physical Education 3 2 0 2 PE 002
MATH 013 Linear Algebra with MATLAB 2 3 3 MATH 017

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 Units)
CE 006 Engineering Data Analysis 3 0 3 MATH 017
CE 301 Geology 3 0 3 ECHEM 001
CE 008 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 2 0 2 CE 001
CE 009 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 4 0 4 CE 001
CE 405 Construction Materials and Testing 2 3 3 CE 009 (Coreq)
GEC 006 Art Appreciation 3 0 3  
GEE 002 GEC Free Elective 2 3 0 3  
PE 004 Physical Education 4 2 0 2  
MATH 001A Advanced Engineering Mathematics for CE 3 0 3 EMATH 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (28 Units)
CE 011 Structural Theory 3 3 4 CE 009
CE 012 Highway and Railroad Engineering 3 0 3 CE 010
EE 006 Engineering Utilities 1 3 0 3 EPHYS 001
ME 303 Engineering Utilities 2 3 0 3 EPHYS 001
CE 007 Numerical Solutions to CE Problems 2 3 3 EMATH 003
CE 013 Building Systems Design 2 3 3 3rd Year Standing
CE 401 Geotechnical Engineering 1 (Soil Mechanics) 3 3 4 CE 001, CE 009
CE 402 Fluid Mechanics 2 3 3 CE 009
CE 021 Principles of Earthquake Engineering 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 Units)
CE 014 Principles of Steel Design 2 3 3 CE 011
CE 015 Principles of Reinforced/ Prestressed Concrete 3 3 4 CE 011
CE 408 Principles of Transportation Engineering 3 0 3 CE 012
CE 016 Hydraulics 4 3 5 3rd Year Standing
  Professional Course-Specialized 1 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
  Professional Course-Specialized 2 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
  Professional Course-Specialized 3 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
CE 304 Integration Course 1 for CE 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing

Note: OJT may be taken after the 3rd year level or after the 4th year level.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SUMMER (3 Units)
CE 021 On-the-Job Training (OJT) - 240 Hours 2 3 3  

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (22 Units)
CE 018 Construction Methods and Project Management 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
CE 410 Hydrology 2 0 2 4th Year Standing
CE 019 CE Design Project 1 2 3 3 4th Year Standing
  Professional Course-Specialized 4 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
  Professional Course-Specialized 5 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
CE 593 CE Laws, Ethics and Contracts 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
TECH 101 Introduction to Engineering Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
CE 414 Integration Course 2 for CE 2 0 2 CE 304

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (16 Units)
CE 020 CE Design Project 2 1 6 3 CE 019, Graduating
CE 017 Quantity Surveying 1 3 2 CE 013
GEC 008 Ethics 3 0 3  
GEC 002 Readings in Philippine History 3 0 3  
CE 508 Integration Course 3 for CE 2 0 2 CE 414, Graduating
GEE 003 GEC Free Elective 3 3 0 3  

A student can choose any of the five (5) specializations below and once a specialization is chosen, all courses in the specialization must be taken.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units
Professional Course-Specialized A: Construction Engineering and Management
CEC 001 Project Construction and Management 3 0 3
CEC 002 Advanced Construction Methods and Equipment 3 0 3
CEC 003 Construction Cost Engineering 3 0 3
CEC 004 Database Management in Construction 3 0 3
CEC 005 Computer Applications in Construction Engineering and Management 3 0 3
CEC 006 Construction Occupational Safety and Health (COSH) 3 0 3
Professional Course-Specialized B: Structural Engineering
CES 001 Matrix Analysis of Structures 3 0 3
CES 002 Foundation and Retaining Wall Design 3 0 3
CES 003 Timber Design 3 0 3
CES 004 Design of Steel Structures 3 0 3
CES 005 Computer Applications in Structural Engineering 3 0 3
CES 006 Prestressed Concrete Design 3 0 3
CES 007 Structural Design of Towers and Other Vertical Structures 3 0 3
CES 008 Bridge Engineering 3 0 3
CES 009 Reinforced Concrete Design 3 0 3
CES 010 Dam Engineering 3 0 3
Professional Course-Specialized C: Transportation Engineering
CET 001 Transportation System Planning and Design 3 0 3
CET 002 Traffic Flow Theory & Analysis 3 0 3
CET 003 Ports and Harbor 3 0 3
CET 004 Computer Applications in Transportation Engineering 3 0 3
CEC 005 Highway Engineering 3 0 3
CEC 006 Airport Design 3 0 3
CEC 007 Railroad Engineering 3 0 3
Professional Course-Specialized D: Water Resources Engineering
CEW 001 Water Resources Engineering 3 0 3
CEW 002 Flood Control and Drainage Engineering 3 0 3
CEW 003 Design of Environmental and Water Resources System 3 0 3
CEW 004 Coastal Engineering 3 0 3
CEW 005 River Engineering 3 0 3
CEW 006 Ground Water Flow Modeling 3 0 3
CEW 007 Computer Applications in Water Resources Engineering 3 0 3
Professional Course-Specialized E: Geotechnical and Geo-Environmental Engineering
CEG 001 Foundation Engineering 3 0 3
CEG 002 Ground Improvement 3 0 3
CEG 003 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering 3 0 3
CEG 004 Computer Applications in Geotechnical Engineering 3 0 3
CEG 005 Geosynthetics in Geotechnical Engineering 3 0 3
CEG 006 Geotechnical Aspects of Landfill Design 3 0 3
CEG 007 Slope Stability and Earth Dam 3 0 3
CEG 008 Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 3 0 3
CEG 009 Geotechnical Engineering 2 (Rock Mechanics) 3 0 3



2012 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20 Units)
ENGL 001 Communication Arts 1 3 0 3  
FIL 001 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3 0 3  
MATH 001 College Algebra 3 0 3  
MATH 002 Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 3 0 3  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
AR 001 Engineering Drawing 1 0 3 1  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (19 Units)
ENGL 002 Communication Arts 2 3 0 3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 0 3 FIL 001
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals 0 3 1  
MATH 003 Advanced Algebra 2 0 2 MATH 001
MATH 004 Analytic Geometry 3 0 3 MATH 001, MATH 002
MATH 005 Solid Mensuration 2 0 2 MATH 001, MATH 002
HUM 001 Introduction to Philosophy 3 0 3  
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
ENGL 003 Technical Communication 3 0 3 ENGL 002
HUM 002 Logic 3 0 3  
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform, and Taxation 3 0 3  
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 003, MATH 004, MATH 005
CHEM 002 Environmental Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture With Family Planning 3 0 3  
SOCSC 003 Philippine History With Politics and Governance 3 0 3  
PE 003 Individual/Dual Sports 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
HUM 003 Ethics 3 0 3  
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3 0 3  
MATH 008 Integral Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 007
PHYS 001 Calculus-Based Physics 1 3 3 4 MATH 007, coreq MATH 008
CS 100A Fundamentals of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001
MATH 009 Probability and Statistics 3 0 3 MATH 007, coreq. MATH 008
PE 004 Sports and Games 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 Units)
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 2 3 3 4 PHYS 001, MATH 008, MATH 007
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting 0 3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 008
CE 301 Engineering Geology 3 0 3 PHYS 001
IE 002 Safety Management 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 PHYS 001, MATH 008
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
MATH 013 Linear Algebra with MATLAB 2 3 3 MATH 008, MATH 003
CE 300 Elementary Surveying 2 3 3 3rd Year Standing; AR 001, MATH 002, MATH 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25 Units)
MATH 011A Advanced Engineering Mathematics With Numerical Methods 3 0 3 MATH 010, CS 001A
CE 002 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001
CE 003 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 5 0 5 CE 001, coreq CE 002
ME 004 Thermodynamics 3 0 3 PHYS 002
EE 006 Basic Electrical Engineering 3 0 3 PHYS 002
IE 001 Engineering Management 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
CE 303 Higher Surveying 2 3 3 CE 300
CE 304 Integration Course for CE 1 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL SUBJECTS UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
CE 400 Highway Engineering 3 0 3 CE 303, coreq. CE 403
CE 401 Soil Mechanics 3 3 4 CE 003, CE 301
CE 402 Fluid Mechanics 3 3 4 CE 003 or CE 003A, ME 004
CE 403 Engineering Surveys 3 3 4 CE 303
CE 404 Structural Theory 1 3 3 4 CE 003, CE 002
CE 405 Construction Materials and Testing 2 3 3 CE 003, CE 002
CE 406 Building Design 1 1 3 2 CPE 003, CE 003, CE 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
CE 407 Earthquake Engineering 3 0 3 CE 404, coreq. CE 409, CE 401
CE 408 Transportation Engineering 3 0 3 CE 400
CE 409 Structural Theory 2 3 3 4 CE 404
CE 410 Hydrology 3 0 3 CE 402
CE 411 Hydraulics Engineering 3 3 4 CE 402
CE 412 Timber Design 3 0 3 coreq. CE 409
CE 413 Building Design 2 1 3 2 CE 406
CE 414 Integration Course for CE 2 2 0 2 4th Year Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SUMMER (5 Units)
CE 500 On-the-Job Training for CE 0 240 5 5th Year Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
CE 501 Plant Visits and Seminars for CE 0 3 1 5th Year Standing; CE 409
CE 502 Reinforced Concrete Design 4 6 6 CE 409, CE 413
CE 503 Water and Waste Water Engineering 3 0 3 CE 411
CE 504 Structural Matrix Analysis 3 0 3 MATH 013, CE 409
CE 505 Construction Methods and Project Management 3 3 4 CE 405, CE 409
CE 506 CE Design Projects 1 3 0 3 5th Year Standing; ENGL 003
CE 507 Water Resources Engineering 3 0 3 CE 410

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (19 Units)
CE 509 CE Design Projects 2 1 6 3 Graduating
CE 510 Foundation Engineering 3 3 4 Graduating
CE 511 Structural Steel Design 3 3 4 Graduating
CE 512 CE Laws, Ethics, Codes and Standards 3 0 3 Graduating
CE 513 Prestressed Concrete Design 3 0 3 Graduating
CE 508 Integration Course for CE 3 2 0 2 Graduating

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Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering is a profession that applies engineering principles and methodologies in the analysis, design, implementation and management of hardware, software and the integration of both.

The program includes courses in computer hardware, system development and design, microelectronics and embedded systems, data communication and network administration, and software development and design.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org)

Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

Recognition:
From CHED: Center of Excellence (COE) in Computer Engineering (BSCpE)
From PACUCOA: Level IV First Reaccredited Status in Computer Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Computer Engineering program has adopted the following educational objectives.

Three to five years after graduation, the Computer Engineering alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Computer Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired computer engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement 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. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems;
  2. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  3. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance with standards;
  4. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
  5. use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in complex engineering activities;
  6. apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice;
  7. understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
  8. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
  9. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  10. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
  11. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments;
  12. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the following Student Outcomes of the Computer Engineering Program will apply:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying knowledge and principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, in accordance with standards appropriate to the discipline
  3. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse
  4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives by applying knowledge of engineering and management principles
  6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 713
  1st Semester 725
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 114
  2nd Semester 720
  1st Semester 805
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 168
  2nd Semester 687
  1st Semester 762
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 156
  2nd Semester 612
  1st Semester 636
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 236
  2nd Semester 692
  1st Semester 785
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 276
  2nd Semester 836
  1st Semester 948
SY 2014 - 2015  Summer 270
   2nd Semester 857
   1st Semester 1,001
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer 286
   2nd Semester 957
   1st Semester 1,079
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer 297
   2nd Semester 948
   1st Semester 1,100
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer 270
   2nd Semester 940
   1st Semester 1,078
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer 261
   2nd Semester 980
   1st Semester 1,151

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021)  
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (June 2020)  
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 102
  1st Semester (October 2019) 1
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019) 3
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 101
  1st Semester (October 2018) 1
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018)  
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 94
  1st Semester (October 2017) 11
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017) 4
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 65
  1st Semester (October 2016) 42
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 45
  1st Semester (October 2015) 26
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 19
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 66
  1st Semester (October 2014) 21
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer (May 2014) 3
   2nd Semester (March 2014) 75
   1st Semester (October 2013) 8
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer (May 2013) 5
   2nd Semester (March 2013) 62
   1st Semester (October 2012) 25
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer (May 2012) 11
   2nd Semester (March 2012) 76
   1st Semester (October 2011) 17
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer (May 2011) 15
   2nd Semester (March 2011) 69
   1st Semester (October 2010) 38

2018 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (17)
MATH 006 Discrete Mathematics 3 0 3  
MATH 016 Calculus 1 3 0 3  
CHEM 001C Chemistry for Engineers 3 3 4  
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting 0 3 1  
CPE 007 Programming Logic and Design 0 6 2  
CPE 008 Computer Engineering as a Discipline 1 0 1  
CPE 201A Computer System Administration & Troubleshooting 0 3 1  
GEC 001 Understanding the Self 3 0 3  
PE 001 Physical Education 1 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24)
MATH 013 Linear Algebra With MATLAB 2 3 3 MATH 016, MATH 006
MATH 017 Calculus 2 3 0 3 MATH 016
MATH 019A Engineering Data Analysis 3 3 4 MATH 016, MATH 006
PHYS 001C Calculus-Based Physics 3 3 4 MATH 016
CPE 009 Object Oriented Programming 0 6 2 CPE 007
GEE 001 General Education Elective 1 3 0 3  
GEC 004 Mathematics in the Modern World 3 0 3  
PE 002 Physical Education 2 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26)
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 017
CPE 010 Data Structures and Algorithms 0 6 2 MATH 006, CPE 009
CPE 011 Database Management System 0 6 2 CPE 009
CPE 012 Data and Digital Communications 3 0 3 coreq ECE 027
ECE 027 Fundamentals of Electronic Circuits 3 3 4 PHYS 001C
EE 041 Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits 3 3 4 PHYS 001C
TECH 101 Introduction to Engineering Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 2nd year standing
EECO 001 Engineering Economics 3 0 3 2nd year standing
PE 003 Physical Education 3 2 0 2 PE 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26)
MATH 020 Numerical Methods 3 0 3 MATH 010, MATH 013
CPE 013 Logic Circuits and Design 3 3 4 ECE 027, EE 041
CPE 014 Embedded Systems 3 3 4 coreq CPE 013
CPE 302 Computer Networks 1 2 3 3 CPE 201A, CPE 012
CPE 304 Computer Engineering Drafting and Design 0 3 1 ECE 027, EE 041
CPE Elective 1 Cognate / Elective Course 1 2 3 3 See track for prerequisite/coreq
GEC 006 Art Appreciation 3 0 3 2nd year standing
GEE 002 General Education Elective 2 3 0 3 2nd year standing
PE 004 Physical Education 4 2 0 2 PE 003

No student shall be allowed to take 3rd year courses unless he has passed the 1st and 2nd year courses including PE and NSTP.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23)
CPE 015 Optimization Techniques 3 0 3 MATH 020, MATH 019A
CPE 016 Introduction to HDL 0 3 1 CPE 013, CPE 014
CPE 017 Fundamentals of Mixed Signals and Sensors 3 0 3 CPE 013, CPE 304
CPE 018 Emerging Technologies 1 in CpE 0 3 1 3rd year standing
CPE 401 Computer Networks 2 2 3 3 CPE 302
ECE 028 Feedback and Control Systems 3 0 3 MATH 020
CPE Elective 2 Cognate / Elective Course 2 2 3 3 See track for prerequisite/coreq
GEC 003 The Contemporary World 3 0 3 3rd year standing
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3 3rd year standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (22)
COE 002A Introduction to Intellectual Property 0 3 1 3rd year standing
CPE 019 Emerging Technologies 2 in CpE 0 3 1 CPE 018
CPE 020 Methods of Research 2 0 2 CPE 015
CPE 021 Computer Architecture & Organization 3 3 4 CPE 016
CPE 022 Operating Systems 3 0 3 coreq CPE 021
CPE 023 CpE Laws and Professional Practice 2 0 2 3rd year standing
CPE 404 Computer Networks 3 2 3 3 CPE 401
CPE Elective 3 Cognate/Elective Course 3 2 3 3 See track for prerequisite/coreq
GEC 007 Science, Technology, and Society 3 0 3 3rd year standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SUMMER (9)
CPE 024 Basic Occupational Health and Safety 3 0 3 3rd year standing
GEC 002 Readings in Philippine History 3 0 3 3rd year standing
GEC 008 Ethics 3 0 3 3rd year standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26)
CPE 006 Microprocessor Systems 3 3 4 CPE 021
CPE 025 Software Design 3 3 4 CPE 022
CPE 026 Emerging Technologies 3 in CpE 0 3 1 CPE 019
CPE 027 Digital Signal Processing and Application 3 3 4 ECE 028, MATH 019A
CPE 028 Developing Applications and Automation 2 3 3 CPE 404
CPE 029 CpE Design Project 1 2 3 3 coreq CPE 006, COE002A, CPE 020
CPE 502 Plant Visits and Seminars for CpE 0 3 1 4th year standing
GEE 003 General Education Elective 3 3 0 3 4th year standing
GEC 005 Purposive Communication 3 0 3 4th year standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (6)
CPE 030 CpE Design Project 2 1 6 3 Graduating
CPE 500 On-the-Job Training for CpE 3 240 3 Graduating

ELECTIVE COURSES: 9 credit units
A student can choose any of the four(4) tracks below and once a track is chosen, all courses in the track must be taken.
COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
Track 1: Intelligent Systems
CPE 101 Internet of Things 2 3 3 coreq CPE 014, coreq CPE 302
CPE 102 Machine Perception 2 3 3 CPE 101
CPE 103 Robotics and Automation 2 3 3 CPE 102
Track 2: Systems Administration
CPE 231 Systems Administration Fundamentals 2 3 3 CPE 010, CPE 011
CPE 232 Managing Enterprise Servers 2 3 3 CPE 231
CPE 243 Enterprise Security 2 3 3 CPE 232
Track 3: Data Science
CPE 311 Computational Thinking with Python 2 3 3 MATH 013, MATH 019A, CPE 010
CPE 312 Predictive Analytics using Machine Learning 2 3 3 CPE 311
CPE 313 Advanced Machine Leaning and Deep Learning 2 3 3 CPE 312
Track 4: Technopreneurship
TECH 102 Technopreneurship 2 3 0 3 TECH 101
TECH 103 Technopreneurship 3 3 0 3 TECH 102
TECH 104 Technopreneurship 4 3 0 3 TECH 103
Track 5: Railway Engineering
RWE 001 Introduction to Railway Systems and Engineering 3 0 3  
RWE 002 Railway Management, Governance, and Operations 3 0 3 RWE 001
RWE 003 Advanced Topic on Railway Engineering 2 3 3 RWE 002

2012 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20)
MATH 001 College Algebra 3 0 3  
MATH 002 Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 3 0 3  
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals 0 3 1  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
ENGL 001 Communication Arts 1 3 0 3  
FIL 001 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3 0 3  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (21)
MATH 003 Advanced Algebra 2 0 2 MATH 001
MATH 004 Analytic Geometry 3 0 3 MATH 001, MATH 002
MATH 005 Solid Mensuration 2 0 2 MATH 001, MATH 002
AR 001 Engineering Drawing 0 3 1  
CS 100A Fundamentals of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001 or ITE 001
HUM 001 Introduction to Philosophy 3 0 3  
ENGL 002 Communication Arts 2 3 0 3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 0 3 FIL 001
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25)
MATH 013 Linear Algebra with MATLAB 2 3 3 MATH 003
MATH 006 Discrete Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 001
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 003,MATH 004,MATH 005
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting 0 3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
ITE 003A Object-Oriented Programming 1 2 3 3 CS 100A or ITE 001
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 0 3  
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture with Family Planning 3 0 3  
ENGL 003 Technical Communications 3 0 3 ENGL 002
PE 003 Individual / Dual Sports 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25)
MATH 008 Integral Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 007
MATH 009 Probability and Statistics 3 0 3 MATH 001
PHYS 001 Calculus-Based Physics 1 3 3 4 MATH 007,coreq MATH 008
CS 201A Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis 3 3 4 ITE 003A
CPE 201 Computer Systems Admin. and Troubleshooting 0 6 2 CS 100A
SOCSC 003 Philippine History with Politics and Governance 3 0 3  
HUM 002 Logic 3 0 3  
PE 004 Sports and Games 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26)
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 008
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 2 3 3 4 PHYS 001,MATH 008
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 PHYS 001, MATH 008
CHEM 002 Environmental Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001
IE 002 Safety Management 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
HUM 003 Ethics 3 0 3  
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3 0 3  
CPE 301 Database Management Systems 1 0 3 1 CS 201A
CPE 304 Computer Engineering Drafting & Design 0 3 1 CPE 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (27)
MATH 011 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 010
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
CE 002 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001
CE 003A Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001, coreq CE 002
IE 001 Engineering Management 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
ECE 001 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 3 4 PHYS 002, coreq EE 002
EE 002 Electrical Circuits 1 3 3 4 PHY 002, MATH 010
CPE 302 Computer Networks 1 2 3 3 CPE 201
CPE 303 Database Management Systems 2 0 3 1 CPE 301

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25)
CPE 411 Systems Analysis and Design 2 3 3 CS 201A
EE 003 Electrical Circuits 2 3 3 4 EE 002, MATH 011
ECE 401 Signals, Spectra, Signal Processing 3 3 4 MATH 009, MATH 011
ECE 402 Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design 3 3 4 ECE 001, EE 002, MATH 011
CPE 004 Logic Circuits and Switching Theory 3 3 4 coreq ECE 402
CPE 401 Computer Networks 2 2 3 3 CPE 302
CPE ELEC 1 CPE Elective 1 2 3 3 See track for prerequisite(s)/co-requisite(s)

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (23)
COE 002A Introduction to Intellectual Property 0 3 1 4th Year Standing
ECE 004A Principles of Communications 3 0 3 ECE 402, MATH 009, EE 003, MATH 011
ECE 006 Feedback and Control Systems 3 3 4 MATH 011, ECE 402
CPE 005 Comp. System Org with Assembly Language 3 3 4 CPE 004, CS 201A
CPE 402 Advanced Logic Circuits 3 3 4 CPE 004
CPE 404 Computer Networks 3 2 3 3 CPE 401
CPE ELEC 2 CPE Elective 2 2 3 3 CPE Elective 1, See track for prerequisite(s)/co-requisite(s)

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (22)
CPE 506 Software Engineering 3 0 3 CPE 411
IE 004 Engineering Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 ME 005
ECE 504A Data Communications 3 0 3 ECE 004
CPE 006 Microprocessor Systems 3 3 4 CPE 005
CPE 501 Computer Networks Design 2 3 3 CPE 404
CPE 502 Plant Visits and Seminars for CPE 0 3 1 5th Year Standing
CPE 503 Design Project 1 2 0 2 ENGL 003, ECE 006,coreq CPE 006
CPE ELEC 3 CPE Elective 3 2 3 3 CPE Elective 2, See track for prerequisite(s)/co-requisite(s)

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (17)
CPE 507 Operating Systems 3 3 4 5th Year Standing
CPE 504 Computer Systems Architecture 3 3 4 CPE 402, CPE 006
CPE 505 Engineering Ethics and Computer Laws 2 0 2 5th Year Standing
CPE 508 Design Project 2 0 6 2 CPE 503, Graduating
CPE 500 On-the-Job Training 0 240 5 Graduating

ELECTIVE COURSES: 9 credit units
A student may choose any of the three(3) tracks below and once a track is chosen, all courses in the track must be taken.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
Track 1: Embedded Systems
CPE 131 Principles of Embedded Systems 2 3 3 coreq CPE 004
CPE 132 Systems Architecture for Embedded Systems 2 3 3 CPE 131
CPE 143 Design of Embedded Systems 2 3 3 CPE 132
Track 2: Systems Administration
CPE 231 Systems Administration Fundamentals 2 3 3 CPE 303
CPE 232 Managing Enterprise Servers 2 3 3 CPE 231
CPE 243 Enterprise Security 2 3 3 CPE 232
Track 3: Robotics
CPE 331 Principles of Robotics 2 3 3 coreq CPE 004
CPE 332 Programming Robots 2 3 3 CPE 331
CPE 343 Robot Design 2 3 3 CPE 332

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Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineering program deals with the generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity. It also deals with the design, operation and protection, maintenance and economics of electrical systems with emphasis on ethical values to harness economically and safely the materials, and forces of nature for the benefit of society and the environment.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org)

Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

Recognition:
From CHED: Center of Excellence (COE) in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
From PACUCOA: Level IV Accredited Status in Electrical Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Electrical Engineering program has adopted the following educational objectives.

Three to five years after graduation, the Electrical Engineering alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Electrical Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired electrical engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement 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. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems;
  2. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  3. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance with standards;
  4. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
  5. use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in complex engineering activities;
  6. apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice;
  7. understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
  8. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
  9. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  10. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
  11. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments;
  12. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the following Student Outcomes of the Electrical Engineering Program will apply:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying knowledge and principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, in accordance with standards appropriate to the discipline
  3. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse
  4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives by applying knowledge of engineering and management principles
  6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 426
  1st Semester 480
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 72
  2nd Semester 471
  1st Semester 541
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 129
  2nd Semester 437
  1st Semester 516
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 175
  2nd Semester 364
  1st Semester 440
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 218
  2nd Semester 477
  1st Semester 525
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 223
  2nd Semester 575
  1st Semester 615
SY 2014 - 2015  Summer 183
   2nd Semester 523
   1st Semester 599
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer 185
   2nd Semester 535
   1st Semester 570
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer 182
   2nd Semester 492
   1st Semester 543
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer 145
   2nd Semester 429
   1st Semester 475
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer 118
   2nd Semester 383
   1st Semester 450

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021) 11
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (June 2020)  
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 8
  1st Semester (October 2019) 20
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019) 5
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 47
  1st Semester (October 2018) 28
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018) 4
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 27
  1st Semester (October 2017) 48
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017) 8
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 16
  1st Semester (October 2016) 30
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 7
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 15
  1st Semester (October 2015) 20
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015)  
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 22
  1st Semester (October 2014) 15
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer (May 2014) 4
   2nd Semester (March 2014) 28
   1st Semester (October 2013) 16
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer (May 2013) 7
   2nd Semester (March 2013) 23
   1st Semester (October 2012) 11
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer (May 2012) 3
   2nd Semester (March 2012) 27
   1st Semester (October 2011) 12
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer (May 2011) 3
   2nd Semester (March 2011) 41
   1st Semester (October 2010) 17

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
MATH 001 College Algebra 3 0 3  
MATH 002 Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 3 0 3  
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals 0 3 1  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
ENGL 001 Communication Arts 1 3 0 3  
FIL 001 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3 0 3  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (22 Units)
MATH 003 Advanced Algebra 2 0 2 MATH 001
MATH 004 Analytic Geometry 3 0 3 MATH 001, MATH 002
MATH 005 Solid Mensuration 2 0 2 MATH 001, MATH 002
AR 001 Engineering Drawing 0 3 1  
HUM 001 Introduction to Philosophy 3 0 3  
HUM 002 Logic 3 0 3  
ENGL 002 Communication Arts 2 3 0 3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 0 3 FIL 001
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
MATH 006 Discrete Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 001
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 003, MATH 004, MATH 005
CS 100A Fundamentals of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001
CHEM 002 Environmental Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 0 3  
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture with Family Planning 3 0 3  
ENGL 003 Technical Communications 3 0 3 ENGL 002
PE 003 Individual/ Dual Sports 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (22 Units)
MATH 008 Integral Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 007
MATH 009 Probability and Statistics 3 0 3 MATH 001
PHYS 001 Calculus-Based Physics 1 3 3 4 MATH 007,coreq MATH 008
SOCSC 003 Philippine History with Politics and Governance 3 0 3  
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3 0 3  
HUM 003 Ethics 3 0 3  
PE 004 Sports and Games 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 008
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 2 3 3 4 PHYS 001, MATH 008
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
CPE 003 Computer - Aided Drafting 0 3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 PHYS 001, MATH 008
IE 001 Engineering Management 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
IE 002 Safety Management 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
EE 300 EE Research 1 (Research Methods for EE) 1 0 1 3rd Year Standing, ENGL 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 Units)
MATH 011 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 010
CE 003A Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001, coreq CE 002
CE 002 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001
ECE 001 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 3 4 PHYS 002, coreq EE 002
ECE 302 Electromagnetics 3 0 3 PHYS 002 , MATH 010
ME 004 Thermodynamics 3 0 3 PHYS 002
EE 002 Electrical Circuits 1 3 3 4 PHYS 002, MATH 010
EE 302 Electrical Engineering Safety 1 0 1 IE 002
EE 301 Integration Course for EE 1 2 0 2 MATH 009, MATH 010,coreq MATH 011

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP COURSES.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (27 Units)
MATH 012 Numerical Methods 3 3 4 MATH 011 , CS100A
CHEM 004 Materials Science and Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001,PHYS 002
CE 402 Fluid Mechanics 3 3 4 ME 004,CE 003
CPE 004 Logic Circuits and Switching Theory 3 3 4 EE 002,coreq ECE 002
ECE 002 Electronic Circuit Analyis and Design 3 3 4 ECE 001,EE 002, MATH 011
EE 003 Electrical Circuits 2 3 3 4 EE 002, MATH 011
EE 401 DC Machinery 3 3 4 EE 002,ECE 302, coreq EE 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (27 Units)
ECE 006 Feedback and Control Systems 3 3 4 MATH 011 , ECE 002
ECE 004 Principles of Communications 3 3 4 ECE 002, MATH 009, MATH 011
CPE 006 Microprocessor Systems 3 3 4 CPE 004, CS 100A, ECE 002
EE 402 EE Laws, Ethics, Codes, and Standards 2 0 2 4th Year Standing
EE 403 AC Machinery 3 3 4 EE 401,EE 003, coreq EE 406
EE 405 Transformer and AC Apparatuses 2 3 3 EE 003, coreq EE 406
EE 406 Electrical Circuits 3 2 3 3 EE 003, MATH 009
EE 407 EE Research 2 (Research Project) 1 0 1 ENGL 003, EE 300, 4th Year Standing
EE 404 Integration Course for EE 2 2 0 2 EE 301

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SUMMER (5 Units)
EE 500 On-the-Job Training for EE 0 240 5 Incoming 5th year

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 Units)
ECE 003 Industrial Electronics 3 3 4 ECE 002, CPE 004
EE 501 Power System Analysis and Design 3 3 4 EE 405, EE 406, MATH 012, coreq EE 503
EE 502 Illumination Engineering Design 2 3 3 EE 003, coreq EE 503
EE 503 Electrical System Design 3 3 4 EE 403, EE 405, EE 406
EE 504 Electrical Equipment Operation and Maintenance 3 0 3 EE 403, EE 405
EE 505 Design Project 1 0 3 1 5th year standing
EE Elective 1 EE Elective 1 3 0 3  
EE Elective 2 EE Elective 2 3 0 3  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
ITE 002A Information Technology 2 3 3 ECE 004
EE 506 Electrical Transportation and Distribution System and Design 3 3 4 EE 501, EE 503, coreq EE 508
EE 507 Plant Visits and Seminars for EE 0 3 1 Graduating
EE 508 Power Plant Engineering and Substation Design 2 3 3 ME 004, EE 503,EE 302,CHEM 002, EE 504, MATH 009
EE 510 Instrumentation and Control 2 3 3 ECE 003, ECE 006, coreq EE 508
EE 511 Design Project 2 0 6 2 EE 505, Graduating
EE Elective 3 EE Elective 3 3 0 3 EE 403, EE 513, coreq EE 508
EE Elective 4 EE Elective 4 3 0 3 ME 005, EE 512, coreq EE 508
EE 509 Integration Course for EE 3 2 0 2 EE 404

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Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineering is a profession that integrates available and emerging technologies with knowledge of mathematics, natural, social and applied sciences to conceptualize, design, and implement new, improved, or innovative electronic, computer and communication systems, devices, goods, services and processes.

The Electronics Engineering program focuses on how to design, construct, integrate, operate, and maintain electronic equipment, electronic devices and circuits used in the transmission and processing of information.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org)

Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

Recognition:
From CHED: Center of Excellence (COE) in Electronics Engineering (BSECE)
From PACUCOA: Level III First Reaccredited Status in Electronics Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years after graduation, the Electronics Engineering alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Electronics Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired electronics engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement 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. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems;
  2. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  3. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance with standards;
  4. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
  5. use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in complex engineering activities;
  6. apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice;
  7. understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
  8. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
  9. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  10. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
  11. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments;
  12. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the following Student Outcomes of the Electronics Engineering Program will apply:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying knowledge and principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, in accordance with standards appropriate to the discipline
  3. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse
  4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives by applying knowledge of engineering and management principles
  6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 323
  1st Semester 378
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 77
  2nd Semester 368
  1st Semester 424
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 133
  2nd Semester 371
  1st Semester 447
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 188
  2nd Semester 355
  1st Semester 393
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 199
  2nd Semester 434
  1st Semester 473
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 205
  2nd Semester 534
  1st Semester 594
SY 2014 - 2015  Summer 168
   2nd Semester 538
   1st Semester 678
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer 231
   2nd Semester 700
   1st Semester 784
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer 265
   2nd Semester 788
   1st Semester 885
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer 310
   2nd Semester 813
   1st Semester 918
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer 314
   2nd Semester 872
   1st Semester 1,019

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021) 24
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer(June 2020)  
  2nd Semester(March 2020) 45
  1st Semester(October 2019) 43
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer(May 2019)  
  2nd Semester(March 2019) 34
  1st Semester(October 2018) 50
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer(May 2018) 2
  2nd Semester(March 2018) 34
  1st Semester(October 2017) 27
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer(May 2017)  
  2nd Semester(March 2017) 41
  1st Semester(October 2016) 18
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016)  
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 28
  1st Semester (October 2015) 40
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015)  
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 12
  1st Semester (October 2014) 16
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer (May 2014) 5
   2nd Semester (March 2014) 18
   1st Semester (October 2013) 19
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer (May 2013) 15
   2nd Semester (March 2013) 58
   1st Semester (October 2012) 30
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer (May 2012) 32
   2nd Semester (March 2012) 81
   1st Semester (October 2011) 24
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer (May 2011) 5
   2nd Semester (March 2011) 92
   1st Semester (October 2010) 14

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20)
MATH 001 College Algebra 3 0 3  
MATH 002 Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 3 0 3  
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals 0 3 1  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
ENGL 001 Communication Arts 1 3 0 3  
FIL 001 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3 0 3  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24)
MATH 003 Advanced Algebra 2 0 2 MATH 001
MATH 004 Analytic Geometry 3 0 3 MATH 001, MATH 002
MATH 005 Solid Mensuration 2 0 2 MATH 001, MATH 002
AR 001 Engineering Drawing 0 3 1  
CS 100A Fundamentals of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001
HUM 001 Introduction to Philosophy 3 0 3  
HUM 002 Logic 3 0 3  
ENGL 002 Communication Arts 2 3 0 3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 0 3 FIL 001
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23)
MATH 006 Discrete Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 001
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 003, MATH 004, MATH 005
MATH 014 Fundamentals of MATLAB Programming 0 3 1 CS 100A
CHEM 002 Environmental Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting 0 3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 0 3  
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture With Family Planning 3 0 3  
SOCSC 003 Philippine History With Politics and Governance 3 0 3  
PE 003 Individual / Dual Sports 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26)
MATH 008 Integral Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 007
MATH 009 Probability and Statistics 3 0 3 MATH 001
PHYS 001 Calculus-Based Physics 1 3 3 4 MATH 007, co-req MATH 008
ECE 100 Fundamentals of LabVIEW Programming 0 3 1 CS 100A
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3 0 3  
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
HUM 003 Ethics 3 0 3  
ENGL 003 Technical Communication 3 0 3 ENGL 002
PE 004 Sports and Games 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25)
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 008
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 2 3 3 4 MATH 008, PHYS 001
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 MATH 008, PHYS 001
IE 001 Engineering Management 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
IE 002 Safety Management 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
ECE 301 Vector Analysis 3 0 3 MATH 008
CPE 005B Computer Organization 3 3 4 CS 100A

NOTE: A student can choose any of the two (2) tracks below and once a track is chosen, all courses in the track must be taken.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25)
MATH 011 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 010, MATH 013 or MATH 014
CE 002 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001
CE 003A Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001, co-req CE 002
CHEM 004 Materials Science and Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001, PHYS 002
ECE 001 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 3 4 PHYS 002, co-req EE 002
ECE 302 Electromagnetics 3 0 3 MATH 010, PHYS 002, ECE 301
EE 002 Electrical Circuits 1 3 3 4 MATH 010, PHYS 002
ECE 303 Integration Course for ECE 1 2 0 2 MATH 010,PHYS 002,CE 001,IE 001,IE 002,ME 005,ECE 301

NO STUDENT SHALL B E ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP COURSES.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26)
MATH 012 Numerical Methods 3 3 4 MATH 011, CS 100A
ME 004 Thermodynamics 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
CPE 004 Logic Circuits and Switching Theory 3 3 4 co-req ECE 402
ECE 401 Signals, Spectra, Signal Processing 3 3 4 MATH 009, MATH 011
ECE 402 Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design 3 3 4 MATH 011, ECE 001, EE 002
EE 003 Electrical Circuits 2 3 3 4 EE 002, MATH 011
ECE ELEC 1 ECE Elective 1 2 3 3 See track for pre-requisite(s)/co-requisite(s)

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25)
CPE 006 Microprocessor Systems 3 3 4 CS 100A, CPE 004, ECE 402
ECE 003 Industrial Electronics 3 3 4 ECE 402
ECE 004 Principles of Communications 3 3 4 ECE 401, ECE 402, EE 003
ECE 006 Feedback and Control Systems 3 3 4 ECE 402, MATH 011
EE 408 Energy Conversion 3 3 4 ECE 302, EE 003
ECE ELEC 2 ECE Elective 2 2 3 3 ECE Elective 1, See track for pre-requisite(s)/co-requiste(s)
ECE 403 Integration Course for ECE 2 2 0 2 4th Year, 2nd Sem Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SUMMER (5)
ECE 500 On-the-Job Training for ECE 0 240 5 4th Year Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (21)
COE 002 Fundamentals of Intellectual Property 2 0 2 5th Year Standing
ECE 501 Thesis 1 (Design Project 1) 0 3 1 5th Year Standing
ECE 502 Digital Communications 3 3 4 ECE 004
ECE 503 Transmission Media and Antenna Systems 3 3 4 ECE 302, co-req ECE 502
ECE 504 Data Communications 3 3 4 ECE 004, co-req ECE 502
ECE 505 ECE Laws, Ethics, Codes, and Standards 3 0 3 5th Year Standing
ECE ELEC 3 ECE Elective 3 2 3 3 ECE Elective 2, See track for pre-requisite(s)/co-requiste(s)

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (10)
ECE 506 Thesis 2 (Design Project 2) 0 3 1 Graduating
ECE 508 Plant Visits and Seminars for ECE 0 3 1 Graduating
ECE 509 Wireless Communications 3 0 3 ECE 502, ECE 503
ECE ELEC 4 ECE Elective 4 2 3 3 ECE Elective 3, See track for pre-requisite(s)/co-requiste(s)
ECE 507 Integration Course for ECE 3 2 0 2 Graduating, co req ECE 509

NOTE: A student can choose any of the two (2) tracks below and once a track is chosen, all courses in the track must be taken.
ELECTIVE COURSES: 12 credit units

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
Track 1: Power Electronics
ECE 111 Power Conversion Devices 2 3 3 ECE 001, EE 002
ECE 112 Basic Power Electronics 2 3 3 ECE 111, co-req ECE 003
ECE 113 Applied Power Electronics 2 3 3 ECE 112
ECE 114 Power Electronics Design Project 2 3 3 ECE 113
Track 2: Communications
ECE 121 Advanced Electromagnetism 3 0 3 ECE 302
ECE 122 Electronics Navigational Aids 3 0 3 co-req ECE 004
ECE 123 Broadcast Engineering and Acoustics 2 3 3 co-req ECE 503
ECE 124 Communication Systems Design 2 3 3 ECE 123, co-req ECE 509

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Environmental and Sanitary Engineering

Environmental and Sanitary Engineering is a profession that involves planning, design, management, construction, operation, maintenance in the fields of water supply engineering, solid waste management, sewage and wastewater engineering, environmental management and engineering, plumbing, fire protection and public health engineering all in accordance with governing laws, code of ethics and local and global technological trends and developments.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org)

Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

Recognition:
From PACUCOA: Level I Formal Reaccredited Status in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Environmental and Sanitary Engineering program has adopted the following educational objectives.

Three to five years after graduation, the Environmental and Sanitary Engineering alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Environmental and Sanitary Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired environmental and sanitary engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement 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. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems;
  2. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  3. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance with standards;
  4. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
  5. use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in complex engineering activities;
  6. apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice;
  7. understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
  8. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
  9. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  10. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
  11. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments;
  12. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the following Student Outcomes of the Environmental and Sanitary Engineering Program will apply:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying knowledge and principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, in accordance with standards appropriate to the discipline
  3. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse
  4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives by applying knowledge of engineering and management principles
  6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 120
  1st Semester 138
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 12
  2nd Semester 154
  1st Semester 165
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 45
  2nd Semester 111
  1st Semester 124
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 50
  2nd Semester 102
  1st Semester 117
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 50
  2nd Semester 124
  1st Semester 144
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 58
  2nd Semester 153
  1st Semester 179
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer 62
  2nd Semester 196
  1st Semester 209
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer 62
  2nd Semester 134
  1st Semester 119
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer 23
  2nd Semester 41
  1st Semester 40
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer 6
  2nd Semester 23
  1st Semester 26
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer 6
  2nd Semester 24
  1st Semester 23

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021) 12
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (June 2020)  
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 21
  1st Semester (October 2019) 6
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019) 2
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 21
  1st Semester (October 2018) 11
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018)  
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 14
  1st Semester (October 2017) 7
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 11
  1st Semester (October 2016) 10
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 3
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 5
  1st Semester (October 2015) 7
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 2
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 17
  1st Semester (October 2014) 6
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer (May 2014) 2
  2nd Semester (March 2014)  
  1st Semester (October 2013) 3
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer (May 2013)  
  2nd Semester (March 2013)  
  1st Semester (October 2012)  
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer (May 2012)  
  2nd Semester (March 2012) 1
  1st Semester (October 2011)  
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer (May 2011)  
  2nd Semester (March 2011) 1
  1st Semester (October 2010)  

2018 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
GEE 001 Filipino 1 3 0 3  
ENSE 001 Sanitary Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
CHEM 001C Chemistry for Engineers 3 3 4  
GEC 003 The Contemporary World 3 0 3  
GEC 004 Mathematics in the Modern World 3 0 3  
CE 005 Engineering Drawing and Plans 0 3 1  
MATH 016 Calculus 1 3 0 3  
PE 001 Physical Education 1 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (23 Units)
PHYS 001C Calculus-Based Physics 3 3 4 MATH 016
GEE 002 Filipino 2 3 0 3  
CHEM 003A Environmental and Sanitary Chemistry 2 3 3 CHEM 001C
ITE 001A Computer Fundamentals and Programming 0 6 2  
MATH 017 Calculus 2 3 0 3 MATH 016
MATH 019 Engineering Data Analysis 3 0 3  
PE 002 Physical Education 2 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 Units)
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 PHYS 001C, MATH 017
GEC 002 Readings in Philippine History 3 0 3  
GEE 003 Literature 3 0 3  
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 017
CE 010A Fundamentals of Surveying 3 6 5 ENSE 001
CE 301 Engineering Geology 3 0 3 CHEM 001C
PE 003 Physical Education 3 2 0 2 PE 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
CE 002A Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 2 0 2 CE 001
CE 003 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 4 0 4 CE 001
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting 0 3 1 ITE 001A
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 ENSE 001
GEC 005 Purposive Communication 3 0 3  
GEC 008 Ethics 3 0 3  
GEC 007 Science, Technology, and Society 3 0 3  
MATH 020 Numerical Solutions to Engineering Problems 2 3 3 MATH 010
PE 004 Physical Education 4 2 0 2 PE 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
ENVI 001 Environmental Science and Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 003A
EE 001 Basic Electrical Engineering 3 0 3 PHYS 001C
THER 001A Thermodynamics 3 0 3 PHYS 001C
ENSE 002 Microbiology and Parasitology for Environmental Engineers 2 3 3 CHEM 003A
ENSE 003 Integration Course for Mathematics 2 0 2 MATH 020
CE 404A Structural Theory 3 3 4 CE 003
CE 405A Construction Materials and Testing 2 3 3 CE 002A, CE 003
CE 402 Fluid Mechanics 2 3 3 CE 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25 Units)
EMAN 001 Engineering Management 2 0 2 ME 005
ENSE 004 Project Management 3 3 4 CE 405A
ENSE 005 Public Health Engineering 2 0 2 ENVI 001, ENSE 002
ENSE 006 Integration Course for Engineering Sciences 2 0 2 ENSE 003
CE 015A Principles of Reinforced/ Prestressed Concrete 3 3 4 CE 404A
CE 016A Hydraulics 2 3 3 3RD YEAR STANDING
ENSE 406 Occupational Health and Safety 2 0 2 ENVI 001, ENSE 002
CE 410A Hydrology 3 0 3 MATH 010
GEC 006 Art Appreciation 3 0 3  

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP COURSES.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SUMMER (3 Units)
ENSE 007 Sanitary Engineering OJT/ Practicum (240 Hours) 2 3 3 3rd year standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
ENSE 008 Water Supply Planning and Development 3 0 3 CE 016A, CE 410A
ENSE 009 Sanitary Science, Fire Protection and Plumbing as Applied to Buildings 2 3 3 CE 016A
ENSE 010 SE Project 1 1 3 2 MATH 019, ENSE 004
ENSE 011 SE Design Project 1 2 3 3 MATH 019, ENSE 004
TECH 101 Introduction to Engineering Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 EMAN 001
CE 401A Geotechnical Engineering (Soil Mechanics) 3 3 4 CE 301, CE 002A, CE 003
ENSE 404 Environmental Planning, Laws and Impact Assessment 3 0 3 ENVI 001, ENSE 002, CE 410A
ENSE 502 Sewerage and Drainage Engineering 3 0 3 CE 016A, CE 410A

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (20 Units)
GEC 001 Understanding the Self 3 0 3  
ENSE 012 Sanitary Engineering Laws, Contracts and Ethics 3 0 3 ENSE 404
ENSE 013 Water Purification Process Design 3 0 3 ENSE 008
ENSE 014 Sewage and Industrial Wastewater Treatment 3 0 3 ENSE 502
ENSE 015 Solid and Hazardous Waste Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 003A
ENSE 016 Integration Course for EnSE 2 0 2 Graduating
ENSE 017 SE Project 2 0 3 1 ENSE 010
ENSE 018 SE Design Project 2 1 6 3 ENSE 011
ENSE 504 Environmental Engineering Laboratory 0 3 1 CHEM 003A, ENSE 404



2012 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20 Units)
MATH 001 College Algebra 3 0 3  
MATH 002 Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 3 0 3  
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
AR 001 Engineering Drawing 0 3 1  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
ENGL 001 Communication Arts 1 3 0 3  
FIL 001 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3 0 3  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (19 Units)
MATH 003 Advanced Algebra 2 0 2 MATH 001
MATH 004 Analytic Geometry 3 0 3 MATH 001, MATH 002
MATH 005 Solid Mensuration 2 0 2 MATH 001, MATH 002
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals 0 3 1  
ENGL 002 Communication Arts 2 3 0 3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 0 3 FIL 001
HUM 001 Introduction to Philosophy 3 0 3  
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 003, MATH 004,MATH 005
CHEM 002 Principles of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry 3 0 3 CHEM 001
ENGL 003 Technical Communication 3 0 3 ENGL 002
HUM 002 Logic 3 0 3  
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 0 3  
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture with Family Planning 3 0 3  
SOCSC 003 Philippine History with Politics and Governance 3 0 3  
PE 003 Individual/Dual Sports 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
MATH 008 Integral Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 007
MATH 009 Probability and Statistis 3 0 3 MATH 001
PHYS 001 Calculus-Based Physics 1 3 3 4 MATH 007,MATH 008
CS 100A Fundamentals of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001
HUM 003 Ethics 3 0 3  
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3 0 3  
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
PE 004 Sports and Games 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 Units)
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 008
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 2 3 3 4 PHYS 001, MATH 008
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting 0 3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 PHYS 001, MATH 008
IE 002 Safety Management 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
CE 300 Elementary Surveying 2 3 3 3rd Year Standing
CE 301 Engineering Geology 3 0 3 PHYS 001
CHEM 003A Environmental and Sanitary Chemistry 2 3 3 CHEM 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25 Units)
MATH 011A Advanced Engineering Mathematics With Numerical Methods 3 0 3 MATH 010, CS 100A
CE 002 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001, PHYS 002
CE 003 Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001, COREQ CE 002
CE 303 Higher Surveying 2 3 3 CE 300
IE 001 Engineering Management 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
CHEM 006 Environmental Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001, PHYS 002
ME 004 Thermodynamics 3 0 3 PHYS 002
ENSE 300 Microbiology and Parasitology for ENSE 3 3 4 CHEM 003A

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL SUBJECTS UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 Units)
CE 401 Geotechnical Engineering (Soil Mechanics) 3 3 4 CE 003
CE 402A Fluid Mechanics 2 3 3 ME 004, CE 003
CE 403 Engineering Surveying 3 3 4 CE 303
CE 404 Structural Theory 1 3 3 4 CE 003
EE 001A Basic Electrical Engineering 3 0 3 PHYS 002
ENSE 400 Public Health Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 006, ENSE 300
ENSE 401 Ecology and Environmental Pollution 3 0 3 CHEM 002
ENSE 411 Special Topics 1 ENSE 1 0 1 4th year Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
CE 405 Construction Materials and Testing 2 3 3 CE 003
CE 411 Hydraulics Engineering 2 3 3 CE 402A
ENSE 402 Air Pollution Fundamentals 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
ENSE 403 Solid Waste Management 2 0 2 ENSE 400, ENSE 401
ENSE 404 Environmental Planning, Laws, and Impact Assessment 3 0 3 CHEM 006, ENSE 401, ENSE 400
ENSE 405 Design of Sanitary Engineering Structures 1 3 2 CE 404
ENSE 406 Occupational Safety and Health 2 0 2 CHEM 006,ENSE 300
CE 410 Hydrology 3 0 3 CE 402A
TECH 101 Introduction to Engineering Entrepreneurship 3 0 3 IE 001, ME 005

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SUMMER (5 Units)
ENSE 500 On-the-Job Training for ENSE 0 240 5 5th Year Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (22 Units)
ENSE 501 Plant Visits and Seminars for ENSE 0 3 1 5th Year Standing
ENSE 502 Sewerage and Drainage Engineering 3 0 3 CE 411, CE 410
ENSE 503 ENSE Laws, Ethics, Codes, and Standards 3 0 3 ENSE 401, CHEM 006, CE 410, CE 401
ENSE 504 Environmental Engineering Laboratory 0 3 1 ENSE 401, ENSE 403
ENSE 505 Sanitary Science, Fire Protection and Plumbing as Applied to Buildings 3 3 4 CE 405
ENSE 506 Research in Air, Water, Noise, and Soil Pollutions 3 0 3 ENSE 402, CE 401, ENSE 403
CE 505 Construction Methods and Project Management 3 3 4 5th Year Standing
CE 506 Water Supply Engineering 3 0 3 CE 411, CE 410

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (19 Units)
ENSE 507 Water Purification Process Design 3 3 4 ENSE 300, CHEM 006, CE 506
ENSE 508 Sewage and Industrial Wastewater Treatment Design 4 3 5 Graduating, ENSE 502, ENSE 300, CHEM 006
ENSE 509 Risk and Benefit Analysis in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering 3 0 3 MATH 009, ME 005
ENSE 510 ENSE Planning and Design 1 6 3 Graduating
ENSE 511 Ground Water and Soil Pollution Remediation 3 0 3 ENSE 401, ENSE 300, CHEM 006, CE 410, CE 401
ENSE 514 Special Topics 2 ENSE 1 0 1 Graduating

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Industrial Engineering

The Industrial Engineering program brings together the various sciences concerned with technology, the production of goods, performance of services and the way in which people work.

Industrial engineers integrate human, information, material, monetary, and technological resources to produce quality and cost-competitive goods and services in a healthy and efficient work environment.

Industrial Engineering covers a broad spectrum including production planning and control, manufacturing systems and processes, facilities design, human factors, occupational safety, quality control, systems reliability, and systems analysis and design with a strong emphasis on advanced computing.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org)

Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

Recognition:
From CHED: Center of Development (COD) in Industrial Engineering (BSIE)
From PACUCOA: Level IV Accredited Status in Industrial Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Industrial Engineering program has adopted the following educational objectives.

Three to five years after graduation, the Industrial Engineering alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Industrial Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired industrial engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement 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. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering problems;
  2. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  3. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance with standards;
  4. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
  5. use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in complex engineering activities;
  6. apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice;
  7. understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
  8. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
  9. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  10. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
  11. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments;
  12. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the following Student Outcomes of the Industrial Engineering Program will apply:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying knowledge and principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, in accordance with standards appropriate to the discipline
  3. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse
  4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives by applying knowledge of engineering and management principles
  6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 377
  1st Semester 408
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 94
  2nd Semester 477
  1st Semester 539
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 130
  2nd Semester 485
  1st Semester 579
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 213
  2nd Semester 556
  1st Semester 650
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 283
  2nd Semester 658
  1st Semester 716
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 325
  2nd Semester 803
  1st Semester 929
SY 2014 - 2015  Summer 289
   2nd Semester 772
   1st Semester 942
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer 233
   2nd Semester 695
   1st Semester 840
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer 171
   2nd Semester 481
   1st Semester 558
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer 94
   2nd Semester 358
   1st Semester 420
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer 57
   2nd Semester 244
   1st Semester 257

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021) 22
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (May 2019)  
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 51
  1st Semester (October 2019) 36
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019)  
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 72
  1st Semester (October 2018) 64
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018)  
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 73
  1st Semester (October 2017) 54
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017)  
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 57
  1st Semester (October 2016) 32
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 52
  1st Semester (October 2015) 16
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 3
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 21
  1st Semester (October 2014) 12
SY 2013 - 2014  Summer (May 2014) 4
   2nd Semester (March 2014) 26
   1st Semester (October 2013) 3
SY 2012 - 2013  Summer (May 2013) 4
   2nd Semester (March 2013) 19
   1st Semester (October 2012) 10
SY 2011 - 2012  Summer (May 2012) 2
   2nd Semester (March 2012) 18
   1st Semester (October 2011) 12
SY 2010 - 2011  Summer (May 2011)  
   2nd Semester (March 2011) 11
   1st Semester (October 2010) 8

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20)
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1   1  
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals   3 1  
ENGL 001 Communication Arts 1 3   3  
FIL 001 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3   3  
MATH 001 College Algebra 3   3  
MATH 002 Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 3   3  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2   2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3)   (3)

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (22)
AR 001 Engineering Drawing   3 1  
ENGL 002 Communication Arts 2 3   3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3   3 FIL 001
HUM 001 Introduction to Philosophy 3   3  
HUM 002 Logic 3   3  
MATH 003 Advanced Algebra 2   2 MATH 001
MATH 004 Analytic Geometry 3   3 MATH 001, MATH 002
MATH 005 Solid Mensuration 2   2 MATH 001, MATH 002
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2   2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3)   (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23)
CS 100A Fundamental of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001
ENGL 003 Technical Communications 3   3 ENGL 002
MATH 006  Discrete Mathematics 3   3 MATH 001
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4   4 MATH 003, MATH 004, MATH 005
MATH 013 Linear Algebra with MATLAB 2 3 3 MATH 003
PE 003 Individual/Dual Sports 2   2 PE 001
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3   3  
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture With Family Planning 3   3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (23)
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting   3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
HUM 003 Ethics 3   3  
MATH 008 Integral Calculus 4   4 MATH 007
MATH 009 Probability and Statistics 3   3 MATH 001
PE 004 Sports and Games 2   2 PE 001
PHYS 001 Calculus-Based Physics 1 3 3 4 MATH 007, coreq MATH 008
SOCSC 003 Philippine History with Politics and Governance 3   3  
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3   3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25)
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3   3 MATH 008, PHYS 001
IE 001 Engineering Management 3   3 3rd Year Standing
IE 300 Industrial Psychology 3   3 SOCSC 004
IE 301 Advanced Statistics for Industrial Engineering 2 3 3 MATH 009
IE 302 Industrial Materials and Processes 2 3 3 AR 001, CHEM 001, PHYS 001 
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 2 3 3 4 MATH 008, PHYS 001
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3   3 MATH 008
SOCSC 006 Principles of Economics 3   3 MATH 001, SOCSC 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25)
AC 004 Financial Accounting 3   3 3rd Year Standing
CE 002 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3   3 CE 001
CE 003A Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 3   3 CE 001, coreq CE 002
IE 002 Safety Management 2   2 3rd Year Standing
IE 303 Methods Engineering 4 3 5 IE 001, IE 302, MATH 009
IE 304 Quality Management Systems 3   3 IE 001
MATH 011 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3   3 MATH 010
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3   3 3rd Year Standing

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (21)
AC 005 Managerial Accounting 3   3 AC 004
IE 003 Operations Research 1 2 3 3 MATH 011, MATH 013
IE 004 Engineering Entrepreneurship 3   3 ME 005
IE 401 Ergonomics 2 3 3 IE 300, IE 303
IE 402 Industrial Quality Control 2 3 3 IE 301, IE 303
IE 403 Strategic Planning 3   3 4th Year Standing
ME 004 Thermodynamics 3   3 PHYS 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24)
CHEM 002 Environmental Engineering 3   3 4th Year Standing, CHEM 001
EE 001 Basic Electrical Engineering 2 3 3 PHYS 002
IE 404 Operations Research 2 2 3 3 IE 003, IE 301, MATH 006
IE 405 Project Feasibility 2 3 3 AC 005, IE 004, coreq IE 406
IE 406 Production Systems 2 3 3 IE 003, IE 402
IE 407 Principles of Logistics 3   3 IE 302, IE 401
IE 408 Project Management 3   3 IE 001, IE 003
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3   3

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (16)
IE 501 Undergraduate Research 1 6 3 IE 405, IE 406, IE 408
IE 502 IE Design Project 1 1 6 3 ENGL 003, IE 408
IE 503 Plant Visits and Seminars for Industrial Engineering   3 1 5th Year Standing
IE 504 Multi-Criteria Decision Making 3   3 IE 404, IE 408
IE 505 Systems Engineering 3   3 IE 404, IE 406
IS 001 Information Systems 3   3 5th Year Standing, CS 100A

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (13)
IE 500 On-The-Job Training for Industrial Engineering   240 5 5th Year Standing
IE 506 IE Design Project 2   6 2 Graduating, IE 502, IE 504
IE 507 Facilities Design 3   3 Graduating, IE 406, IE 504
IE 508 Engineering Values and Ethics 3   3 Graduating, HUM 003

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Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering program is centered on the principles involved in the generation of power through appropriately designed machines.

The program emphasizes the various types of power generating machines, their functions, components, construction, and operation and maintenance.

Specifically, it is concerned with mechanical design, energy conversion, fuel and combustion technologies, heat transfer, materials, noise control and acoustics, manufacturing processes, rail transportation, automatic control, product safety and reliability, solar energy, and their technological impact to society.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET (www.abet.org)

Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

Recognition:
From CHED: Center of Development (COD) in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
From PACUCOA: Level I Formal Reaccredited Status in Mechanical Engineering

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Mechanical Engineering program has adopted the following educational objectives.

Three to five years after graduation, the Mechanical Engineering alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Mechanical Engineering and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired mechanical engineering education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement 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. apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to solve complex engineering problems,
  2. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  3. solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural, social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance with standards;
  4. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
  5. use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice in complex engineering activities;
  6. apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice;
  7. understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
  8. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
  9. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  10. communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
  11. demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments; and
  12. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the following Student Outcomes of the Mechanical Engineering Program will apply:

  1. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying knowledge and principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
  2. Apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, in accordance with standards appropriate to the discipline
  3. Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse
  4. Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
  5. Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives by applying knowledge of engineering and management principles
  6. Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
  7. Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester 914
  1st Semester 928
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer 137
  2nd Semester 1062
  1st Semester 1196
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 366
  2nd Semester 935
  1st Semester 1065
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 357
  2nd Semester 754
  1st Semester 804
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 363
  2nd Semester 818
  1st Semester 894
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 372
  2nd Semester 924
  1st Semester 987
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer 320
  2nd Semester 761
  1st Semester 848
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer 312
  2nd Semester 682
  1st Semester 741
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer 271
  2nd Semester 599
  1st Semester 655
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer 181
  2nd Semester 523
  1st Semester 570
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer 152
  2nd Semester 466
  1st Semester 543

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester (January 2021) 40
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (June 2020)  
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 118
  1st Semester (October 2019) 53
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 121
  1st Semester (October 2018) 60
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 78
  1st Semester (October 2017) 42
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017) 12
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 33
  1st Semester (October 2016) 46
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 16
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 62
  1st Semester (October 2015) 27
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 12
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 11
  1st Semester (October 2014) 28
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer (May 2014) 25
  2nd Semester (March 2014) 17
  1st Semester (October 2013) 14
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer (May 2013) 19
  2nd Semester (March 2013) 24
  1st Semester (October 2012) 16
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer (May 2012) 11
  2nd Semester (March 2012) 26
  1st Semester (October 2011) 8
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer (May 2011) 2
  2nd Semester (March 2011) 35
  1st Semester (October 2010) 28

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20 Units)
MATH 001 College Algebra 3 0 3  
MATH 002 Plane and Spherical Trigonometry 3 0 3  
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
AR 001 Engineering Drawing 0 3 1  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
ENGL 001 Communication Arts 001 3 0 3  
FIL 001 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3 0 3  
PE 001 Physical Fitness 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 National Service Training Program 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (22 Units)
MATH 003 Advanced Algebra 2 0 2 MATH 001
MATH 004 Analytic Geometry 3 0 3 MATH 001, MATH 002
MATH 005 Solid Mensuratuon 2 0 2 MATH 001, MATH 002
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals 0 3 1  
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform, and Taxation 3 0 3  
HUM 001 Introduction to Philosophy 3 0 3  
ENGL 002 Communication Arts 002 3 0 3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 0 3 FIL 001
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 National Service Training Program 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
MATH 013 Linear Algebra with MATLAB 2 3 3 MATH 008
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 003, MATH 004, MATH 005
CS 100A Fundamentals of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture With Family Planning 3 0 3  
SOCSC 003 Philippine History With Politics and Governance 3 0 3  
HUM 002 Logic 3 0 3  
ENGL 003 Technical Communication 3 0 3 ENGL 002
PE 003 Individual/Dual Sports 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
MATH 008 Integral Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 007
MATH 009 Probability and Statistics 3 0 3 MATH 007, coreq. MATH 008
PHYS 001 Calculus-Based Physics 001 3 3 4 MATH 007, coreq MATH 008
CHEM 002 Environmental Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3 0 3  
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
HUM 003 Ethics 3 0 3  
PE 004 Sports and Games 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 Units)
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 008
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 002 3 3 4 PHYS 001, MATH 008
CPE 003 Computer-Aided Drafting 0 3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 PHYS 001, MATH 008
IE 001 Engineering Management 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
IE 002 Safety Management 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing
ME 001 Machine Shop 1 (Workshop Theory and Practice) 0 6 2 AR 001
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
ME 301 Machine Elements 1 2 3 3 MATH 008, PHYS 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25 Units)
MATH 011 Advanced Engineering Mathematics With Numerical Methods 3 0 3 MATH 010, CS 001A
CE 002 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 CE 001
CE 003A Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 5 0 5 CE 001, coreq CE 002
EE 001 Basic Electrical Engineering 2 3 3 PHYS 002
ME 002 Machine Shop 2 (Machine Shop Theory) 0 6 2 ME 001
ME 004A Thermodynamics 1 3 0 3 PHYS 002, MATH 008
ME 302 Machine Elements 2 3 3 3 ME 301
ME 392 Integration Course for ME 1 2 0 2 MATH 010, ME 005

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL SUBJECTS UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP COURSES.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25 Units)
MATH 012 Numerical Methods 3 3 4 MATH 011
CE 402A Fluid Mechanics 3 0 4 CE 002 or ME 004A
ME 006 Materials Engineering 3 3 4 CHEM 001, CE 003A
ME 401 ME Lab 1 (Measurements Laboratory) 0 6 2 CE 402A, ME 004A
ME 402 Thermodynamics 2 3 0 3 ME 004A
ME 403 Heat Transfer 2 0 2 ME 004A, MATH 010
ME 404 Machine Design 1 3 0 3 ME 302, CE 003A
ME 405 Mechatronics 3 0 3 ME 004A

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25 Units)
EE 004 DC and AC Machinery 3 3 4 EE 001
ME 406 Fluid Machinery 3 0 3 CE 402A
ME 407 Refrigeration Systems 3 0 3 ME 402, ME 403
ME 408 Machine Design 2 3 3 4 ME 404
ME 409 Combustion Engineering 2 0 2 ME 404, ME 405
ME 410 ME Lab 2 (Thermal Laboratory 1) 0 6 2 ME 401
ME 411 ME Research 1 0 1 ENGL 003, MATH 009
ME 412 Computer Applications for ME 3 3 4 CPE 003
ME 492 Integration Course for ME 2 2 0 2 ME 392, ME 408

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SUMMER (5)
ME 500 On-the-Job Training for ME 0 240 5 5th Year Standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (17 Units)
ECE 005 Basic Electronics 2 3 3 MATH 008, EE 001
ME 502 Safety Engineering for ME 2 0 2 5th Year Standing
ME 503 Industrial Processes 2 0 2 ME 410, coreq ME 502
ME 504 HVAC Systems Design 2 3 3 ME 406, ME 407
ME 505 ME Lab 3 (Thermal Laboratory 2) 0 6 2 ME 410, coreq ME 502
ME 506 ME Project Study 1 0 3 1 ME 411
ME 507 Plant Visits and Seminars for ME 0 3 1 5th Year Standing
ME 508 Steam Power Engineering 3 0 3 ME 402, ME 403, ME 406, ME 409

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (23 Units)
ECE 006 Instrumentation and Control Engineering 2 3 3 ECE 005
ME 509 ME Law, Ethics, Codes and Standards 3 0 3 Graduating
ME 510 Industrial Plant Engineering 3 3 4 ME 500, ME 503, ME 507
ME 511 Power Plant Engineering 4 3 5 Graduating
ME 512 ME Project Study 2 0 3 1 Graduating
ME 514 Vibration Engineering 2 0 2 MATH 010, CE 002
ME 515 Energy Management in Industrial Plants and Buildings 3 0 3 ME 005, ME 409, ME 508, ME 511
ME 592 Integration Course for ME 3 2 0 2 ME 492, ME 510, ME 511

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Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program is designed to provide students extensive knowledge and skills in pure mathematics and the applications of mathematics. The program enhances analytical and critical thinking skills and prepares students for research and teaching mathematics.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years after graduation, the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Mathematics and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired 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, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics students will be able to:

  1. recognize the need for, the limitations and implications of science in everyday life and prepare to engage in lifelong learning
  2. communicate effectively mathematical ideas, information, problems, and solutions using the English language
  3. function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings
  4. interpret relevant scientific data and make decisions based on acceptable standards and ethical practices
  5. preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”
  6. demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding in the core areas of the physical and natural sciences and gain mastery in the core areas of mathematics specifically in algebra, analysis, and geometry
  7. apply analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills in providing proofs and solutions to mathematical theorems and conjectures
  8. carry out basic mathematical and statistical computations and use appropriate technologies in (a) the analysis of data; and (b) in pattern recognition, generalization, abstraction, critical analysis and problem solving
  9. develop an enhanced perception of the vitality and importance of mathematics in the modern world including inter-relationships within math and its connection to other disciplines
  10. design and perform safe and responsible techniques and procedures in field practices
  11. articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice
  12. demonstrate a service orientation in one’s profession.