Engineering & Technology

Since its establishment in 1977, the College of Engineering (COE) has grown and matured into a respectable engineering school. COE offers eight (8) tertiary programs, six (6) of which were recognized by the Commission on Higher Education as Centers of Development in SY1999-2000 for three years and four (4) of these programs are currently accredited by the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP). In addition, it also offers three (3) masters degree programs and three (3) doctoral programs.

The College of Engineering consistently has very high passing rates in board examinations in various fields. Its graduates are much sought after by industries not only in the area but throughout the country.

August 15, 2007 marked another important milestone for the College of Engineering when Chancellor Marcelo P. Salazar formalized its participation in a national consortium of seven (7) universities tasked by Pres. Gloria M. Arroyo to produce researchers and scientists (MS & PhD in Engineering) through the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). Here, the college will be deeply involved in Engineering Research and Development for Technology (ERDT). More research activities are expected. Certainly, with this direction in place, the College of Engineering will be one of the best engineering schools in the country.

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Brief History

The School of Engineering was established on January 27, 1977 ( BOR Res. No. 1197, s. 1977) with initial offerings in Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering (BSMetE) and Bachelor of Science and Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE). On August 3, 1978, the program offerings of the School of Engineering was expanded to include Mechanical (BSME), Electrical (BSEE) and Civil Engineering (BSCE) [BOR Res. No. 1597, s. 1978].

On September 1, 1980, the School of Engineering Building was inaugurated. On January 24, 1984, the School of Engineering was renamed College of Engineering ( BOR Res. No. 18, s. 1984). Approval of revisions of, and introduction of, new curricula covering BSCE, BSECE, BSEE, BSME, BSMetE, BSEC (Computer Engineering) and BSCSc (Computer Science), was done on November 27, 1985 (BOR Res. No. 180, S.1985).

In 1988, the College of Engineering was chosen as one of the 19 DOST-ESEP engineering schools for development of laboratory and instructional services. MSU-IIT was also included in the DOST-PCASTRD network of 5 Philippine universities tasked with developing higher manpower resources in science and technology. Infusion of the Institute’s budgetary resources was done towards infrastructure that supports science and technology. The College equipment outlay in 1993 was P 8.3 million and in 1994 P 9 million. In 1995, upgrading of laboratory facilities was intensified though DOST assistance.

The year 1995 was a milestone for MSU-IIT in that it started going global through its connection to the INTERNET and DOST-ESEP National Library Network. MSU-IIT is now accessible for resource acquisition and resource sharing. This has proven more beneficial to the faculty, students and those doing research and extension works. MSU-IIT’s participation in the Library Network enabled its library to share bibliographic utilities with other member universities in the network.

The curricular program of the College of Engineering was expanded with the offering of the Master of Engineering (MOE) Interdisciplinary Program with options in EE, ECE, MetE, CerE, and ME in 1995 and the Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE) and Master of Science in Computer Applications (MSCA) in June 1997. The Master of Engineering is a DOST-assisted program implemented by the DOST-ESEP schools within Visayas and Mindanao.

During the second semester of A.Y. 1998-1999, the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering was offered. In 1999, five departments have been identified as Centers Of Development I (COD-I) by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). These are the Department of Ceramics Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering. As such, each of these Departments enjoys a P 1M financial subsidy per year for three years for the enhancement of their programs. In the same year, the Department of Electrical Engineering was identified as a Center Of Development II (COD-II). As such, it enjoys a P 500,000 subsidy from CHED and an equivalent counterpart from MSU-IIT.

Office of the Dean

Dean: Assoc. Prof. Edgar Alan A. Donasco
Assistant Dean: Prof. Maria Sheila K. Ramos, Ph.D.

Staff

Name Designation
Lilia F. Quirante Administrative Aide VI
Aida M. Usman Administrative Aide I
Emilie H. Allen Administrative Assistant II
Jenevy O. Ouano Administrative Aide III
Marcial C. Suminguit Jr. Administrative Aide III
Miguela T. Punsalan Administrative Aide III
(Civil Engineering Department Clerk)

Department Heads

Department Chairman
Chemical Engineering and Technology Inst. Abhel Y. Ananoria
Civil Engineering Prof. Alan E. Milano
Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Technology Assoc. Prof. Allenn D. Lowaton
Materials and Resources Engineering and Technology Assoc. Prof. Gevelyn B. Itao
Mechanical Engineering and Technology Asst. Prof. Rommel R. Vina

Laboratory Technicians

Department Chairman
Ceramic, Chemical, and Metallurgical Engineering Nanette T. Abatayo
Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Sciences Tolentino V. Gomez
Electrical, Electronics & Communication, and Computer Engineering Elmer A. Go-oc

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Programs & Departments

Materials and Resources Engineering and Technology Department

Chemical Engineering and Technology Department

Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Technology Department

Civil Engineering Department

Mechanical Engineering and Technology Department

Graduate Programs

Programs & Departments

Materials and Resources Engineering and Technology Department

Chemical Engineering and Technology Department

Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Technology Department

Civil Engineering Department

Mechanical Engineering and Technology Department

Graduate Programs

Student Organizations

  • JPSME: Junior Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • JIECEP: Junior Institute of Electronics and Communications Engineers
  • IIEES: Institute of Integrated Electrical Engineering Students
  • JPICE: Junior Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers
  • ACES: Association of Civil Engineering Students
  • JSMEP: Junior Society of Metallurgical Engineers of the Philippines
  • JPIChE: Junior Philippine Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • CERES: Ceramics Engineering Society

Student's Population

Program Male Female Total
BET-MET 77 43 120
BET-MMT 66 77 143
BSEnE 30 38 68
BSEsE 127 63 190
BSCHE 67 62 129
BSEE 110 24 134
BET-ESET 55 41 96
BSECE 10 2 12
BSCERE 66 74 140
BSCE 105 66 171
BS EnvET 4 11 15
Program Male Female Total
BSMETE 75 49 124
BSME 95 38 133
BSEM 77 41 118
BSIAM 90 42 132
BET-ELET 100 37 136
CHET 1 0 1
BSCPE 63 20 83
BET-CHET 32 61 93
BET-CET 60 71 131
BSEC 19 11 30
Program Male Female Total
BET-MET 77 43 120
BET-MMT 66 77 143
BSEnE 30 38 68
BSEsE 127 63 190
BSCHE 67 62 129
BSEE 110 24 134
BET-ESET 55 41 96
BSECE 10 2 12
BSCERE 66 74 140
BSCE 105 66 171
BS EnvET 4 11 15
BSMETE 75 49 124
BSME 95 38 133
BSEM 77 41 118
BSIAM 90 42 132
BET-ELET 100 37 136
CHET 1 0 1
BSCPE 63 20 83
BET-CHET 32 61 93
BET-CET 60 71 131
BSEC 19 11 30

Student's Population Chart

Faculty Academic Rank Distribution

Department Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor
CERAMICS / MINING / METALLURGICAL ENGG 6 4 2 4
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY 4 9 1 1
CIVIL ENGINEERING 3 3 6 1
ELECTRICAL / E.C.E. / COMPUTER ENGINEERING 4 11 6 7
MECHANICAL & ENGINEERING SCIENCE 2 5 6 1
Total 19 32 21 14

Population

Faculty Academic Rank Distribution

Department Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor
CERAMICS / MINING / METALLURGICAL ENGG 6 4 2 4
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY 4 9 1 1
CIVIL ENGINEERING 3 3 6 1
ELECTRICAL / E.C.E. / COMPUTER ENGINEERING 4 11 6 7
MECHANICAL & ENGINEERING SCIENCE 2 5 6 1
Total 19 32 21 14

Population

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