Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering is a five-year
program designed for students to help them acquire the basic concept
of civil engineering. The course is tailored to equip the students
the proper skills and training in preparation to actual practice in
the field of construction management, planning the design, aside
from the theoretical aspects of the civil engineering field of
specialization, the program integrated the actual exposure of the
students to the actual engineering environment to develop expertise
and gain experience.
The program covers the basic civil engineering core subjects and
offers three major of specialization in Transportation Engineering,
Structural Engineering, and Construction Engineering and Management.
This specialization program can help the student acquire the
specialized skill and training that the country needs to take role
in the fast changing environment of engineering. The skills and
knowledge gain by the students can positively help solve the
pressing civil engineering problems in the country and to assists in
the planning and management of infrastructure development in harmony
with the environment.
- Must have at least obtained an integrated (with NSAT) high
school average of 85%
- Must have a grade of 85% or higher in Math and Science
- Must be qualified in the PUPCET having obtained a rating of
not less than 88%
- Must have passed the Civil Engineering qualifying interview
and aptitude test as implemented by the College of Engineering
Civil Engineering students who intend to continue the third year
course of study are required to successfully complete the first and
second year requirement including the National Service Training
Program (NSTP) and must take the College of Engineering Qualifying
Exam (CEQE) for incoming third year. Students who pass the CEQE may
then pursue higher Civil Engineering subjects. On the otherhand, a
student who failed the CEQE may not be enrolled in higher
major/professional subjects until such time that the student has
passed the exam. Alternatively, in any other case, students who
failed to meet the requirement related to retention guidelines will
be disqualified to pursue the program and dismissed from the
department (CEQE official requirement and guidelines is adopted in
Other retention requirement re those stated at PUP Student
Handbook. These are guidelines in retention and academic
delinquencies, students who failed to meet this University academic
standing requirement can be subjected to warning, reduction in load,
probation and dismissal from the course.
The students must finish the requirement of the Civil Engineering
program within seven and half years or a period equivalent to
one-and-a-half times the normal length of the prescribed residences
for the College of Engineering courses. Otherwise, he/she shall not
be readmitted in to the College.
In case a student is officially given permission for leave of
absences, the leave shall not be included in the computation of
(Section 16, PUP Student Handbook, Reprinted 2005)
- A candidate for graduation shall file his application for
graduation with the University Registrar's Office at the start
of his last semester.
- A student shall be recommended for graduation when he has
satisfied all academic and other requirements prescribed by the
- No students shall be allowed to graduate from the University
unless he has earned therein more than fifty (50) percent of the
academic units required in his curriculum.
- A candidate for graduation shall have his deficiencies made
up and his record cleared not later than two weeks before the
end of his last semester.
- No student shall be issued a diploma and a transcript of
records unless he has been cleared of all accountabilities.