Departmental Goal
The Engineering Department is tasked to provide a comprehensive and dynamic program that insures basic and technical knowledge towards competent and effective graduates.
General Objectives
To prepare the graduate for a professional Civil, Electrical and Geodetic engineering career, including professional practice, Management and entrepreneurship. The graduate must have a strong foundation in the basic science and mathematics considering the economic, social and environmental significance of civil, electrical and geodetic engineering project.

The Geodetic Engineering program aims to:
  • Provide the geodetic engineering students the general scientific principles and specialist subjects in computing, surveying, digital mapping, remote sensing, satellite positioning and spatial data handling for land and geographic information systems;
  • Deepen concerns of geodetic engineering graduates of the environmental impacts of their projects, and improve environmental consciousness of the people;
  • Motivate geodetic engineering graduates in designing and/or applying and integrating engineering systems/techniques towards more responsive and effective urban planning and development; and
  • Produce geodetic engineers who must be knowledgeable to their professional ethics, responsibilities and laws.

The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) program must produce graduates who are:
  • Well-prepared in planning, design, construction management and maintenance of all types of civil works;
  • Fully aware of their ethical and legal responsibilities as civil engineers;
  • Knowledgeable of the human, financial, physical and other resources required in the projects; and
  • Conscious of the environment effect of their projects.

An Electrical Engineering graduate must be:
  • Prepared in the planning, design, construction, operation, management and maintenance related to the management and use of electrical power;
  • Environmentally conscious;
  • Knowledgeable of their professional responsibilities on ethics and laws; and
  • A total engineer utilizing his knowledge of arts, science and engineering concepts.
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