The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BSECE) is a four-year baccalaureate degree in the College of Engineering. The 2018 BSECE Curriculum is composed of 157 units for Technical Courses and 50 units for Non-Technical. The Technical courses is broken down into 12 Units Mathematics, 8 Units Natural/Physical Sciences, 9 Units Basic Engineering Sciences, 20 Units Allied Courses, 81 Units Professional Core Courses, 24 Units Elective and 3 Units On-the-Job Training. Non-Technical courses is broken down into 24 Units General Education courses, 12 Units Mandated courses, 8 Units Physical Education and 6 Units National Service Training Program.
The program encourages the complementary pursuits of learning and practice, reflections, and actions along with a sense perspective, adaption and transcendence. The skills that best describes these values incorporate intuition, critical thinking and problem solving as well as abilities with spoken, written, graphic and spatial media.
Within the four years after graduation, the graduates of the Electronics Engineering program shall have:
It is expected that by the time of graduation, the students of the BSECE program shall have the ability to:
Specific Professions or occupations that the BSECE graduate may go into with:
with the following work title:
To be admitted in the program, application should comply with the following minimum requirements:
To be retained in the BSECE program, students must:
The PUP Student Handbook (2013 Revision) stipulates the graduation requirements as follows:
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