Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (AACCUP Level II Accredited)
The program develops professionals that apply 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. Civil Engineering is one of the broader of engineering disciplines both in terms of the range of problems that fall within its preview and in the range of knowledge required to solve those problems. Civil Engineering works are generally one-of-a-kind projects; they are often grand in scale; and they usually require cooperation among professionals of varied disciplines. Some of the most common examples of Civil Engineering works include bridges, buildings, dams, airports, port and harbors, highways, tunnels, towers and water distribution systems.
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (AACCUP Level II Accredited)
The program prepares the student to join a profession that 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. This is a broad based curriculum that emphasizes the fundamental knowledge and skills of mechanical engineering and introduces new emerging areas in the discipline
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (AACCUP Level II Accredited)
The field of Electrical Engineering 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.
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (AACCUP Level II Accredited)
Chemical Engineering is a profession that involves the conceptualization, development, design, improvement and application of safe, healthy, ethical and economic ways of utilizing materials and energy in unit processes and operations for the benefit of society and the environment through the knowledge of mathematics, chemistry, biology, information technology and other natural, applied and social sciences, gained by study, research and practice.
Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering
The program deals with the application of mathematics, natural and applied sciences, humanities and social sciences in mineral deposit assessment; mine feasibility study; mine design, development and construction; management of mining operations, environmental protection and associated activities and processes; and mine progressive rehabilitation, closure and decommissioning to harness mineral resources safely and economically for the social benefit of the country.
Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering
The Geodetic Engineering curriculum is designed to provide the students with an education in the fundamentals of geodetic engineering that will allow them to be immediately competitive in industry or in graduate work while providing the best opportunity for achieving full potential. A Geodetic Engineering graduate is expected to be able to execute control surveys; mineral, hydrographic, and topographic surveys; photogrammetric surveys; gravimetric surveys; and astronomical observations. In the view of the comprehensive training, opportunities after graduation are very great and one is unlikely to find difficulty looking for work.