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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL TECHNOLOGY

The program is a 190-unit curriculum designed for individuals interested in acquiring theoretical concepts and practical skills of civil technology. Graduates of the program can be employed as upper class construction workers, foremen/leadmean or estimators.

The program’s specific objectives are: 

  1. Bridge the gap between civil engineering and civil construction workers
  2. Provide the necessary employment skills including theoretical knowledge as students progresses to a higher level of proficiency
  3. Enable the students to be globally competitive

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

The ladder-type course in Electrical Technology will provide the domestic and overseas workplace with qualified and certified electrical technologists. They will be trained adequately in theories and skills acquisition for more competitive and advantageous career opportunities.

The specific objectives are:

  1. To bridge the gap between electrical engineering and electrical technolgists
  2. To provide necessary employment skills including theoretical knowledge as students progress to a higher level of proficiency
  3. Enable graduates to be globally competitive

 

Following are the skills that each student may attain:

Completion of 1 year - Assistant Electrician, equivalent to a 3rd Class License Certificate from TESDA

Completion of 2 yeas – Junior Electrical Craftsman, equivalent to a 2nd Class License Certificate from TESDA

Completion of 3 years – Senior Electrician, equivalent to 1st class License Certificate from TESDA

Completion of 4 years - Master Electrician/BS in Electrical Technology

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY

Students of this program may be awarded the following:

After 1st year – Certificate in Electronics Technology (Laboratory Aide)

After 2nd year – Diploma in Electronics Technology (Junior Technician)

After 3rd year – Associate in Electronics Technology (Senior Technician)

After 4th year – Diploma in Electronics Technology

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY

The curriculum will provide professional education in Food Technology for men and women aiming to have careers in the food industry and associated organizations and institutions. The course is designed to the educational basis from which graduates may develop competence as food plant supervisor, quality assurance officer, researcher and product developer, food inspector and entrepreneur with desirable values and work ethics.

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRIAL  EDUCATION

The primary objective of the enhanced BSIE program is to prepare teachers in Technical-Vocational education and training (TVET) in the secondary and post-secondary level as well as in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the Philippines. This shall likewise equip the students with strong theoretical understanding of technology teaching pedagogy and with practical exposure in the industry.

Anchored on CMO 56 s.2007, the program specifically aims to:

  1. Develop effective synthesizers of organized knowledge imbued with proper work attitude and skills as practiced in the industry;
  2. Provide the necessary employment skills not only as teachers and trainers but also as technicians, entrepreneurs and supervisors in various industrial sectors;
  3. Produce nationally certified trainers that have fully developed the competencies required by the Philippine Trainers Qualifications Framework (PTQF-TESDA), and;
  4. Provide ladder-type platforms, so that in the event that a student cannot continue with his studies, he will have acquired the necessary competencies required by the industry to gain employment at a level equivalent to the skills he has acquired.

There are four specializations offered for the BSIE students:

  1. Drafting Technology
  2. Garments Fashion and Design
  3. Food Service Management
  4. Electrical Technology

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY

This program aims to:

  1. Produce qualified and competent professionals who shall bridge the gap between the skilled machinists and the mechanical engineers;
  2. Provide necessary employment skills including theoretical knowledge as students progress to a higher level of proficiency
  3. Enable graduates to be globally competitive
  4. Inculcate desirable values and work ethics as a crucial factor in national development

Following are the competencies/skills that students may be able to achieve:

Benchwork Technician

Junior Machinist

Senior Machinist

BS in Mechanical Technology

 

 

Note: The foregoing information is based on the program descriptions