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Career opportunities

UC Electrical and Electronic Engineering graduates are well prepared to join the
technological revolution, with a wide range of career options. Some examples of these
are:

consulting engineer for the telecommunications industry

consultant or design engineer in the electric power industry

electronic design engineer in one of the many New Zealand electronics companies

computer software engineer

biomedical engineer

research engineer in areas such as nanotechnology, renewable/power engineering,


communications, biomedical engineering

project management for a new electronic or software product

entrepreneur with own company

teacher/educator in industry, school or university.

Divine word college


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 20102011

BSCPE
11 1-A

ANLY GMTY 3U

SASA, MA.
EMELITA A

32

BSECE
11 2-A

ELEC_SHOP_PRAC

DIAZ, DIANA ROSS


D

10

BSECE
11 2-A

ENGG_APP_SW

MARTINEZ,
HERLEM AMBE

13

BSECE
11 2-A

FUND MTRL SCI


ENGG

WATIWAT, RHEN
MARK L

11

BSECE
11 2-A

PROBBLTY STAT
(ENGG)

DAVALOS, DENNIS

BSECE
11 3-A

ADV ENGG MATH

SOBREPENA,
MARLON

10

BSECE
11 3-A

CIRCUITS_2_4U

ANYAYAHAN,
LORDELISA U

BSECE
11 3-A

ELECTROMAG

SOBREPENA,
MARLON

11

BSECE
11 3-A

ELEC_CIR_ANLY_DSG
N

DIAZ, DIANA ROSS


D

BSECE
11 3-A

ENVIRONMENTAL
ENGG

SASA, MA.
EMELITA A

BSECE
11 3-A

MECH DEFMBLE
BODIES

WATIWAT, RHEN
MARK L

BSECE
11 3-A

SAFE_MGT_PHILCODE

SOBREPENA,
MARLON

12

BSECE
11 3-A

STAT RGD BODIES

ROJAS, WINSTON

16

44

6
23
9

Electronics Engineering - Manila Campus


Electronics Engineering is a profession that integrates available and emerging
technologies with knowledge of mathematics, natural, social and applied sciences to
conceptualize, design, and implement new, improved, or innovative electronic, computer
and communication systems, devices, goods, services and processes.
The Electronics Engineering program focuses on how to design, construct, integrate,
operate, and maintain electronic equipment, electronic devices and circuits used in the
transmission and processing of information.
Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET
(www.abet.org)
Accredited by Philippine Technological Council (PTC)
Recognition:
From PACUCOA: Level I Formal Accredited Status in Electronics Engineering
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The Electronics Engineering program has adopted the following educational objectives.
Three to five years after graduation, the Electronics Engineering alumni shall:
1. have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Electronics Engineering
and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired electronics
engineering education;
2. strive to be globally competitive through
o living by the TIP mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing
continuous quality improvement in their personal lives;
o continuously scanning, adopting, and building on the best practices in their
field.

STUDENT OUTCOMES
By the time of graduation, students will be able to:

apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex


engineering problems;
identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
solve complex engineering problems by designing systems, components, or processes
to meet specifications within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, cultural,
social, societal, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in
accordance with standards;
design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and
synthesize information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems;
use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice in complex engineering activities;
apply knowledge of contemporary issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to
professional engineering practice;
understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and
environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable
development;
apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities;
function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in
multidisciplinary settings;
communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with various communities
including engineering experts and society at large using appropriate levels of discourse;
demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles
and apply these to ones own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects
and in multidisciplinary environments;
recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning.

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA


CURRICULUM

COUR
SE
CODE

TIP

DESCRIPTIV
E TITLE

LECT
URE
HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (20)

MATH 001

COLLEGE
ALGEBRA

MATH 002

PLANE AND
SPHERICAL
TRIGONOMETRY

CHEM 001

GENERAL
CHEMISTRY

CPE 001

COMPUTER
FUNDAMENTALS

ENGL 001

COMMUNICATION
ARTS 1

FIL 001

KOMUNIKASYON
SA AKADEMIKONG
FILIPINO

COE 001

ENGINEERING
ORIENTATION

PE 001

PHYSICAL FITNESS

NSTP 001

NATIONAL SERVICE
TRAINING
PROGRAM 1

(3)

(3)

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

COUR
SE
CODE

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24)

MATH 003

ADVANCED
ALGEBRA

MATH 001

MATH 004

ANALYTIC
GEOMETRY

MATH 001, MATH 002

MATH 005

SOLID
MENSURATION

MATH 001, MATH 002

AR 001

ENGINEERING
DRAWING

CS 100A

FUNDAMENTAL
S OF

CPE 001 OR ITE 001

PROGRAMMING
AND
ALGORITHM

HUM 001

INTRODUCTION
TO
PHILOSOPHY

HUM 002

LOGIC

ENGL 002

COMMUNICATIO
N ARTS 2

ENGL 001

FIL 002

PAGBASA AT
PAGSULAT
TUNGO SA
PANANALIKSIK

FIL 001

PE 002

RHYTHMIC
ACTIVITIES

PE 001 OR PE 001A

NSTP 002

NATIONAL
SERVICE
TRAINING
PROGRAM 2

(3)

(3)

NSTP 001

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

COUR
SE
CODE

SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23)

MATH 006

DISCRETE
MATHEMATICS

MATH 001

MATH 007

DIFFERENTIAL
CALCULUS

MATH 003, MATH 004 OR


MATH 004A, MATH 005 OR
MATH 005A

MATH 014

FUNDAMENTAL
S OF MATLAB
PROGRAMMING

CS 100A

CHEM 002

ENVIRONMENT
AL
ENGINEERING

CHEM 001

CPE 003

COMPUTERAIDED
DRAFTING

AR 001, CPE 001

SOCSC
001

ECONOMICS,
AGRARIAN
REFORM AND
TAXATION

SOCSC
002

SOCIETY AND
CULTURE WITH
FAMILY
PLANNING

SOCSC
003

PHILIPPINE
HISTORY WITH

POLITICS AND
GOVERNANCE

PE 003

COUR
SE
CODE

INDIVIDUAL /
DUAL SPORTS

PE 001 OR PE 001A

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26)

ECE 100

FUNDAMENTAL
S OF LABVIEW
PROGRAMMING

CS 100A

MATH 008

INTEGRAL
CALCULUS

MATH 007

MATH 009

PROBABILITY
AND
STATISTICS

MATH 001

PHYS 001

CALCULUSBASED
PHYSICS 1

MATH 007 OR MATH 007A,


COREQ MATH 008

HUM 003

ETHICS

SOCSC
004

GENERAL
PSYCHOLOGY

SOCSC
005

LIFE AND
WORKS OF
RIZAL

ENGL 003

TECHNICAL
COMMUNICATIO
N

ENGL 002

PE 004

SPORTS AND
GAMES

PE 001 OR PE 001A

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

COUR
SE
CODE

THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (25)

ECE 301

VECTOR
ANALYSIS

MATH 008

CPE 005B

COMPUTER
ORGANIZATION
AND
ARCHITECTURE

CS 100A

CE 001

STATICS OF
RIGID BODIES

MATH 008, PHYS 001

IE 001

ENGINEERING
MANAGEMENT

3RD YEAR STANDING

IE 002

SAFETY
MANAGEMENT

3RD YEAR STANDING

ME 005

ENGINEERING
ECONOMY

3RD YEAR STANDING

MATH 010

DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS

MATH 008

PHYS 002

CALCULUSBASED
PHYSICS 2

MATH 007 OR MATH


0047A, MATH 008, PHYS
001

COUR
SE
CODE

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISI
TE(S)

THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25)

ECE 001

ELECTRONIC
DEVICES AND
CIRCUITS

PHYS 002, CO-REQ EE


002

ECE 302

ELECTROMAGNE
TICS

MATH 010, PHYS 002,


ECE 301

ECE 303

INTEGRATION
COURSE 1 FOR
ECE

3RD YEAR STANDING

EE 002

ELECTRICAL
CIRCUITS 1

MATH 010, PHYS 002

CE 002

DYNAMICS OF
RIGID BODIES

CE 001

CE 003A

MECHANICS OF
DEFORMABLE
BODIES

CE 001, CO-REQ CE 002

CHEM 004

MATERIALS
SCIENCE AND
ENGINEERING

CHEM 001, PHYS 002

MATH 011

ADVANCED
ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS

MATH 010, CS 100A

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL


COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR
COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP.

COUR
SE
CODE

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26)

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

ECE ELECTIVE
1

SEE TRACK FOR


PREREQUISITE(S)

ECE 402

ELECTRONIC
CIRCUIT
ANALYSIS AND
DESIGN

MATH 011, ECE 001, EE


002

ECE 401

SIGNALS,
SPECTRA,
SIGNAL
PROCESSING

MATH 009, MATH 011

EE 003

ELECTRICAL
CIRCUITS 2

EE 002, MATH 011

CPE 004

LOGIC
CIRCUITS AND
SWITCHING
THEORY

CO-REQ ECE 402

MATH 012

NUMERICAL
METHODS

MATH 011, CS 100A

ME 004

THERMODYNA
MICS 1

PHYS 002

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

COUR
SE
CODE

FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (25)

ECE ELECTIVE
2

ECE ELECTIVE 1, SEE


TRACK FOR
PREREQUISITE(S)

ECE 003

INDUSTRIAL
ELECTRONICS

ECE 402

ECE 004

PRINCIPLES OF
COMMUNICATIO
NS

ECE 402, EE 003

ECE 006

FEEDBACK AND
CONTROL
SYSTEMS

ECE 402, MATH 011, EE


005, MATH 012

ECE 403

INTEGRATION
COURSE 2 FOR
ECE

4TH YEAR STANDING

EE 408

ENERGY
CONVERSION

ECE 302, EE 003

CPE 006

MICROPROCES
SOR SYSTEMS

CS 100A, CPE 004, ECE


402, CPE 005 OR CPE
005B

COUR
SE
CODE

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

ON-THE-JOB
TRAINING FOR
ECE

240

4TH YEAR STANDING

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

SUMMER (5)

ECE 500

COUR
SE
CODE

FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (21)

ECE ELECTIVE
3

ECE ELECTIVE 2, SEE


TRACK FOR
PREREQUISITE(S)

ECE 501

DESIGN
PROJECT 1

5TH YEAR STANDING

ECE 502

DIGITAL
COMMUNICATIO
NS

ECE 004

ECE 503

TRANSMISSION
MEDIA AND
ANTENNA
SYSTEMS

ECE 302, COREQ ECE 502

ECE 504

DATA
COMMUNICATIO
NS

ECE 004, COREQ ECE 502

ECE 505

ECE LAWS,
ETHICS,
CODES, AND
STANDARDS

5TH YEAR STANDING

COE 002

FUNDAMENTAL
S OF
INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY

5TH YEAR STANDING

DESCRIPTI
VE TITLE

LECTU
RE HRS

LABORATO
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNITS

PRE/COREQUISIT
E(S)

COUR
SE
CODE

FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (10)

ECE ELECTIVE
4

ECE ELECTIVE 3, SEE


TRACK FOR PREREQUISITE(S)

ECE 506

DESIGN
PROJECT 2

GRADUATING

ECE 507

INTEGRATION

GRADUATING, CO REQ

COURSE 3 FOR
ECE

ECE 509

ECE 508

PLANT VISITS
AND SEMINARS
FOR ECE

GRADUATING

ECE 509

WIRELESS
COMMUNICATIO
NS

ECE 502, ECE 503

ELECTIVE COURSES: 12 credit units


NOTE: A student can choose any of the two (2) tracks below and once a track is
chosen, all courses in the track must be taken.

COUR
SE
CODE

DESCRIPTIV LECTU LABORATO


E TITLE
RE HRS
RY HRS

CRED
IT
UNIT
S

PRE/COREQUISI
TE(S)

TRACK 1: COMMUNICATIONS

ECE 121

ADVANCED
ELECTROMAGNE
TISM

ECE 302

ECE 122

ELECTRONICS
NAVIGATIONAL
AIDS

COREQ ECE 004

ECE 123

BROADCAST
ENGINEERING
AND ACOUSTICS

COREQ ECE 503

ECE 124

COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS
DESIGN

ECE 123, COREQ ECE


509

TRACK 2: MICROELECTRONICS

ECE 131

INTRODUCTION
TO DIGITAL VLSI
DESIGN

COREQ ECE 402, CPE


004

ECE 132

INTRODUCTION
TO ANALOG IC
DESIGN

ECE 131

ECE 133

VLSI TEST AND


MEASUREMENT

ECE 132

ECE 134

IC PACKAGING
AND FAILURE
ANALYSIS

ECE 133

Salary

Starting salaries for newly graduated electrical/electronics engineers


are in the range of 21,000 to 29,000. Salaries for PhD holders may
be higher.
Experienced electronics engineers can earn between 35,000 and
45,000, with more senior engineers earning between 40,000 and
55,000. Highly experienced engineers can earn in excess of
65,000. Chartered engineers tend to earn higher than colleagues
who aren't chartered.
Electrical Engineering Supervisor
Electrical Engineer
Electrical Engineering Technician
Electronics Engineering Supervisor
Electronics Engineer
Electronic Technician\
Position/promotion
Level 1 - Entry/Junior 0-2 years professional experience. Entry
level for employees with Bachelor's Degree or equivalent. OR For
legal positions, those with J.D. or LL.B. or equivalent
Level 2 - Intermediate 2-5 years professional experience
Level 3 - Senior 5-8 years professional experience. Fully
competent professional - the first career level in the ladder (i.e., it
is expected that all competent professionals will reach this level).
Level 4 - Lead More than 8 years professional experience.
Management is typically the next higher level.