Electronics Engineering/Computer Engineering Department
The Electronics and Communications curriculum provides knowledge and skills in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Allied Sciences. The curriculum provides the student with the fundamentals of electronics and communications that will allow the student to be globally competitive in industry or in graduate work and research. The curriculum contains language courses, social sciences, humanities and Jesuit core courses to produce graduates who are wholistic (with spiritural, moral and ethical values and concern of the environment). The curriculum provides the basic knowledge and skills in the field of electronics and communications for the development of the country and of Bikol Region. Read more..
The Computer Engineering curriculum provides knowledge and skills in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Allied Sciences. The curriculum provides the student with the principle and methodologies in the analysis, design, implementation of hardware, its underlying software and integration of both. The curriculum also provides the student with the knowledge and skills to meet the scientific technological needs of business; industries and communities in the country and of Bikol Region and to conduct research and development. The curriculum contains language courses, social sciences, humanities and Jesuit core courses, social sciences, humanities and Jesuit core courses to produce graduates who are wholistic (with spiritual, moral, ethical values and concern of the environment). Read more..
is a ladderized four-year program which has been designed to produce students such that after every year finished, a corresponding skill certification will be issued by the University. The curriculum has been developed to prepare the students to take international industry-recognized certifications, particularly the Computing Technology Industry Association A+ (CompTIA A+), CISCO Certified Entry-Level Network Technician (CCENT), CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA), and CCNA-Security for every year completed. This skills/certification will therefore make them eligible for employment. Read more..
Civil Engineering Department
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BS CE)
The curriculum provides the knowledge and application in the fields of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Allied Sciences in conjunction with computational tools necessary in the design and construction of civil engineering structures such as bridges, buildings, dams, airports, ports and harbors, highways, tunnels, towers and water distribution system. It also provides knowledge and understanding of the effects and impacts of civil engineering projects on nature and society, and the application of this knowledge in the mitigation and/or solution to technical problems such as flood controls, landslides, air and water pollution, and other natural hazards such as earthquakes and typhoons. The curriculum also provides experience in the conduct of undergraduate research and experimentation and the skills to interpret and analyze experimental data.
The curriculum also contains language courses, social science, humanities and Jesuit core courses to provide graduates who are wholistic (with spiritual, moral and ethical values, and concern to the environment, capable of expressing oneself using the English language). The curriculum also prepares the graduates to engage in life-long learning and keep current of the development in specific fields of specialization such as structural engineering, construction engineering and management, geotechnical engineering, water resources engineering and transportation engineering.
Natural Sciences Department
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
The BS Environmental Management is both relevant and responsive to the pressing need for environmental protection and conservation. This ensures development of expertise essential in addressing the complexities and impacts involved in the interaction of nature, culture, technology and economics. Further, this program provides venue for actual hands-on-experience in environmental research and resource management.
Bachelor of Science in Biology
The BS Biology Program has two tracks: Pure Biology and Minor in Environmental Science. The former has been designed as a competitive preparatory course for medicine and other medical-allied courses. Recently revised, the academic requirements of this track have been strengthened in the areas of Chemistry and Physics to further develop critical and analytical perspectives among students. On the other hand, the latter provides students with necessary knowledge, skills and proper orientation in understanding the natural environment. This second track prepares the students for a wide range of job opportunities such as research, laboratory analysis, and teaching.
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
The BS Mathematics program provides the students with a solid foundation and an extensive background in different areas of mathematics. It gives them an exposure to a variety of problems under different situations and conditions. The students under this program are capable of entering many fields of endeavors, such as research work, teaching, banking and finance, and business-related endeavors.