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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

The College of Engineering offers an engineering-based education that offers students exposure to a variety of technical subjects and skill sets. An engineering-based education provides great career prospects, employment security and lots of exciting areas to work in. 

Bachelor of Science in  Civil Engineering

Students studying civil engineering become expert in the planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of the physical environment that includes buildings, bridges, roads, harbors, dams, airports, coastal protection, water supply and public health. 

Civil Engineering applies the basic principles of Science in conjunction with  mathematical and computational tools to solve problems associated with developing and sustaining civilized life on our planet. BSCE graduates should be able to do consultation, design, preparation of plans, specifications, estimates, erection, installation and supervision of the construction of streets, bridges, highways, railroads, airports and hangars, port works, canals, river and shore improvements, lighthouses, and dry docks; buildings, fixed structures for irrigation, flood protection, drainage, water supply and sewerage works; demolition of permanent structures; and tunnels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They also learn in the areas of structural engineering, hydraulic engineering, transportation engineering, hydrology and public health engineering, or management, construction and economics. What the civil engineers do actually contribute to modern life.  They apply their knowledge to produce efficient and economic facilities that satisfy the needs of the society. They also provide financial and technical advice, and plan and coordinate projects from concepts through to completion.



Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering concerns itself 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 technological impacts to society. It embraces services to industrial plants in terms of: consultation requiring mechanical engineering knowledge, skill and proficiency; investigation; estimation and or valuation; planning, preparation of feasibility studies; designing; preparation of specifications; supervision of installation; operation including quality management; research, and among others.

If you are interested in how things work, then mechanical engineering may be the profession for you. And to put it simply, mechanical engineering deals with anything that moves. In the mechanical engineering program, you will  learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing so that you will understand mechanical systems.

As a mechanical engineer, you will be able to work in every type of industry - from research and development to manufacturing and operations; product design, procurement, technical sales, and management.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering embodies the science and technology of design, development, implementation, maintenance and integration of software and hardware components in modern computing systems and computer-controlled equipment. BSCpE graduates may go into Project engineer manager, Network systems administrator/manager, Data communications engineer, Systems engineer/ developer/manager, Systems analyst/designer, Technical support engineer/manager, Quality assurance engineer/manager, Test engineer, Technopreneur, Educator and Researcher.

When you study computer engineering, you will learn concepts in computer science, engineering and mathematics. Specifically, since computer engineering involves the study of hardware, software, communications, and their relationship, you will be able to solve hardware problems and create machines that can do many tasks which computers perform. As a computer engineer, you will have the necessary knowledge that can help you design digital hardware systems including communications systems, computers, and devices that contain computers.


Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is a profession that involves the conceptualization, development, design and application of safe, healthy, ethical, economical and sustainable generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy for the benefit of society and the environment through the knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, information technology and other allied sciences, gained by study, research and practice. The fields of specialization may include, among others, Power System Operation and Protection, Power Plant Operation and Maintenance, Advanced Electrical Systems Design and Inspection, Sales and Entrepreneurship, Engineering Education and Research, Instrumentation and Control Systems, Construction and Project Management, Software Development, Electricity Market, and Safety Engineering.


Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering

The nature of work of an Electronics Engineer is related to the:

  • Application of engineering sciences,
  • principles to the investigation,
  • analysis, synthesis, planning, design,
  • specification, research and development,
  • provision, procurement, marketing and sales,
  • manufacture and production, construction and installation,
  • tests/measurements/control, operation, repair servicing,
  • technical support and maintenance of electronic components,
  • devices, products, apparatus, instruments, equipment, systems,
  • networks, operations and processes.

BSECE graduates may go into:

  • Broadcasting and Television Systems,
  • Telecommunication, Semiconductor Device,
  • Fabrication and Manufacturing, Electronics Design,
  • Computer and Data Systems, Instrumentation and Telemetry,
  • Medical and Biomedical, Automation, Feedback, Process Control,
  • Robotics and Mechatronics, Industrial Electronics, Signal Processing,
  • Optics, and Education. 

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