SYSTEM-INPUTS AND PROCESSES

  • S.1 The curriculum provides for the development of the following professional competencies:
    • S.1.1. acquisition of knowledge of theories based on the field of specialization/discipline;
    • S.1.2. application of the theories to real problems in the field; and
    • S.1.3. demonstration of skills in applying different strategies in the actual work setting.
  • S.2. There is a system of validation of subjects taken from other schools.
  • S.3. The curriculum reflects local, regional and national development goals as well as the institution’s , vision and mission.

IMPLEMENTATION

  • I.1. The curriculum/program of study is implemented utilizing and/or even judiciously exceeding CHED requirements and standards prescribed in CMO 34 s 2008 as follows:
    • I.1.1. Technical Courses – 168 units
      • Mathematics: 26 units
      • Natural/Physical Science: 12 units
      • Basic Engineering Sciences: 21 units
      • Allied Course: 44 units
      • Professional Course: 53 units
      • On-the-Job Training
    • I.1.2. Non-Technical Course – 53 units
      • Social Science: 12 units
      • Humanities: 9 units
      • Languages: 15 units
      • Life and works of Rizal: 3 units
      • Physical Education: 8 units
      • National Training Service Program: 6 units
  • I.2. The subjects are logically sequenced and prerequisite courses are identified.
  • I.3. The curricular content responsive to the needs of the country and recent developments in the profession.
  • I.4. The curricular content covers the extent of the professional and technical preparation required of its graduates. The thesis/research requirement focus on any of the following areas:
    • I.4.1. alternative sources of energy/renewable energy;
    • I.4.2. innovative electric equipment design;
    • I.4.3. development of software for power system analysis and design;
    • I.4.4. development of software for electrical circuit analysis;
    • I.4.5. development of software for IIumination engineering design;
    • I.4.6 design of means of transportation using electricity; and
    • I.4.7 development of low-cost sustainable eco-materials for electric installation.
  • I.5. The curricular integrates values, reflective of national customs, culture and tradition in cases where applicable.
  • I.6. Opportunities for participation in hands-on activities such as immersion/practical training and field study are maintained in the curriculum.
  • I.7. The following activities are undertaken to ensure quality in the process of curriculum development:
    • I.7.1. participative planning and designing of the curriculum by the following stakeholders:
      • I.7.1.1. administration;
      • I.7.1.2. faculty;
      • I.7.1.3. students;
      • I.7.1.4. alumni;
      • I.7.1.5. representatives from the industry sector; and
      • I.7.1.6. others (please specify)___________________.
    • I.7.2. periodic review, assessment, updating and approved of the curriculum by the Academic Council; and
    • I.7.3. confirmation of the curriculum by the Board of Regents(BOR)/Board of Trustees(BOT)
    • I.7.4. others (please specify)___________________.
  • I.8. The program of study allows the accomodation of students with special needs and assists them to finish the degree.

OUTCOME/S

  • O.1. The curriculum is responsive and relevant to the demands of the times.
  • O.2. There is a passing average performance in the Licensure Examination for Electrical Engineering.