Technological Institute of the Philippines

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 2019 - 2010 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester 550
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer 233
  2nd Semester 465
  1st Semester 513
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer 229
  2nd Semester 406
  1st Semester 403
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer 255
  2nd Semester 438
  1st Semester 458
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer 219
  2nd Semester 480
  1st Semester 493
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer 209
  2nd Semester 420
  1st Semester 466
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer 215
  2nd Semester 468
  1st Semester 482
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer 220
  2nd Semester 427
  1st Semester 478
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer 188
  2nd Semester 441
  1st Semester 497
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer 179
  2nd Semester 390
  1st Semester 429

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019) 8
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 14
  1st Semester (October 2018) 32
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018) 11
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 28
  1st Semester (October 2017) 19
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017) 7
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 24
  1st Semester (October 2016) 24
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 38
  1st Semester (October 2015) 13
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 8
  1st Semester (October 2014) 20
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer (May 2014) 10
  2nd Semester (March 2014) 36
  1st Semester (October 2013) 10
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer (May 2013) 4
  2nd Semester (March 2013) 33
  1st Semester (October 2012) 21
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer (May 2012) 4
  2nd Semester (March 2012) 21
  1st Semester (October 2011) 23
SY 2010 - 2011 Summer (May 2011) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2011) 21
  1st Semester (October 2010) 29

CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20 Units)
CHEM 001 General Chemistry 3 3 4  
COE 001 Engineering Orientation 1 0 1  
CPE 001 Computer Fundamentals 0 3 1  
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  
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)
AR 001 Engineering Drawing 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  
HUM 002 Logic 3 0 3  
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
PE 002 Rhythmic Activities 2 0 2 PE 001 or PE 001A
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)
CHEM 002 Environmental Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001
CS 100A Fundamentals of Programming and Algorithm 1 3 2 CPE 001 or ITE 001
ENGL 003 Technical Communications 3 0 3 ENGL 002
MATH 006 Discrete Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 001
MATH 007 Differential Calculus 4 0 4 MATH 003, MATH 004 or MATH 004A, MATH 005 or MATH 005A
SOCSC 001 Economics, Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 0 3  
SOCSC 002 Society and Culture with Family Planning 3 0 3  
PE 003 Individual/ Dual Sports 2 0 2 PE 001 or PE 001A

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (22 Units)
HUM 003 Ethics 3 0 3  
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 or MATH 007A,coreq MATH 008
SOCSC 003 Philippine History with Politics and Governance 3 0 3  
SOCSC 004 General Psychology 3 0 3  
PE 004 Sports and Games 2 0 2 PE 001 or PE 001A

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
CE 001 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 0 3 PHYS 001, MATH 008
CPE 003 Computer - Aided Drafting 0 3 1 AR 001, CPE 001
IE 001 Engineering Management 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
IE 002 Safety Management 2 0 2 3rd Year Standing
MATH 010 Differential Equations 3 0 3 MATH 008
ME 005 Engineering Economy 3 0 3 3rd Year Standing
PHYS 002 Calculus-Based Physics 2 3 3 4 PHYS 001, MATH 008, MATH 007 or MATH 007A
SOCSC 005 Life and Works of Rizal 3 0 3  
EE 300 Research Methods 1 0 1 ENGL 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 Units)
EE 002 Electrical Circuits 1 3 3 4 PHYS 002, MATH 010
EE 301 Integration Course for Mathematics 2 0 2 MATH 009, MATH 010,coreq MATH 011
EE 302 Electrical Engineering Safety 1 0 1 IE 002
ECE 001 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 3 4 PHYS 002, coreq EE 002
ECE 302 Electromagnetics 3 0 3 PHYS 002 , MATH 010
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
MATH 011 Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 0 3 MATH 010, CS 100A
ME 004 Thermodynamics 1 3 0 3 PHYS 002

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)
EE 003 Electrical Circuits 2 3 3 4 EE 002, MATH 011
EE 401 DC Machinery 3 3 4 EE 002, coreq EE 003, ECE 302
ECE 402 Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design 3 3 4 ECE 001,EE 002, MATH 011
CE 402A Fluid Mechanics 3 0 3 ME 004,CE 002
CHEM 004 Materials Science and Engineering 3 0 3 CHEM 001,PHYS 002
CPE 004 Logic Circuits and Switching Theory 3 3 4 coreq ECE 402
MATH 012 Numerical Methods 3 3 4 MATH 011 , CS100A
IE 301A Applied Statistics 0 3 1 MATH 009

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

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)
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 Elective 1 3 0 3  
  EE Elective 2 3 0 3  
ECE 003 Industrial Electronics 3 3 4 ECE 002, CPE 004
EE 505 Design Project 1 0 3 1 5th year standing

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lecture hrs Laboratory hrs Credit Units PRE/COREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
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 509 Integration Course for EE 3 2 0 2 EE 404
EE 510 Instrumentation and Control 2 3 3 ECE 003, ECE 006, coreq EE 508
  EE Elective 3 3 0 3 EE 403, EE 513, coreq EE 508
  EE Elective 4 3 0 3 ME 005, EE 512, coreq EE 508
ITE 002A Information Technology 2 3 3 ECE 004
EE 511 Design Project 2 0 6 2 EE 505, Graduating

ELECTIVE COURSES: 12 credit units
A student can 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: Power System Economics
EE-E1 512 Power System Planning 3 0 3 IE 001, coreq EE 501
EE-E2 513 Power System Reliability 3 0 3 EE 500, coreq EE 504
EE-E3 514 Economic Operation in Power System 3 0 3 ME 005, Graduating
EE-E4 515 Power Quality and Demand Site Management 3 0 3 EE 508, Graduating
Track 2: Machine Automation
EE-E1 516 PLC in Manufacturing and Power System 3 0 3 EE 510
EE-E2 517 Pneumatics and Process Control 3 0 3 EE 510, coreq EE-E1 516
EE-E3 518 Electropneumatics 3 0 3 EE 510, coreq EE-E1 517
EE-E4 519 Human Machine Interface 3 0 3 EE 510, coreq EE-E1 516
Track 3: Entrepreneurship
EE-E1 520 Project Management 3 0 3 ENGL 003, IE 001, IE 002, ME 005
EE-E2 521 Sales and Marketing Management 3 0 3 ENGL 003, IE 001, IE 002, ME 005
EE-E3 522 Project Testing Design and Documentation 3 0 3 EE-E1 516
EE-E4 523 Total Quality Management 3 0 3 EE-E1 516

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