Brief History of the College of Engineering
On September 16, 1996, Fr. Raul J. Bonoan, S.J., the President of the Ateneo de Naga, through a memorandum, declared the separation of the college in three: the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Commerce, and the College of Information Technology and Engineering (PAASCU Self-Survey Reports for Engineering, January 2005). Engr. Nimrod Licup was appointed as the Dean of the College of Information Technology and Engineering (CITE)
In 2001, CITE was separated into two colleges: the College of Engineering and the College of Computer Studies. Engr. Licup was retained as the Dean of the College of Engineering.
The College of Engineering offers three programs: Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering (BS ECE), Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BS CoE) and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BS CE).
BS ECE was offered one year before the college was separated into three colleges and the first batch of graduates was March 2000. Two years after the opening of BS ECE, starting SY 1997-1998, BS CoE was offered under CITE and the first batch of graduates was on March 2002. BS CE was offered starting SY 2001-2002 in the College of Engineering and the first batch of graduate was on March 2006.