Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering program focuses on the proper coordination among man, machine, materials, methods, and money for maximum productivity and high quality of products. Graduates of this program can engage in a successful career as industrial engineer, quality control supervisor, production planning and control supervisor, training specialist or production systems analyst.
Program Educational Objectives
The Industrial engineering program shall produce professionals who:
- have successfully applied core industrial engineering knowledge and skills in industrial engineering or a related field.
- contribute to improving efficiency, productivity and/or quality of products manufactured or services provided by their organization.
- successfully pursued advanced professional degrees, graduate studies in industrial engineering, professional training, or engineering certification
- demonstrate professional and intellectual growth as managers and leaders in industrial engineering, society, and their communities.
By the time of graduation, the students of the program shall be able to:
- apply knowledge of mathematics, physical and information sciences, and engineering sciences to the practice of industrial engineering.
- design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
- design, build, improve, and install systems or processes which are efficient, effective, as well as robust to meet desired needs within identified constraints.
- work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
- recognize, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
- have a recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.
- effectively communicate orally and in writing using the English language.
- understand the effects of engineering solutions in a comprehensive context.
- engage in life-long learning and an understanding of the need to keep current of the developments in the specific field of specialization.
- use the techniques, skills, and engineering tools necessary for engineering and business practice.
- perform services in the form of analysis, design, preparation of plans, specifications, estimates, and implementation of work standards, statistical process control systems,
- production planning and materials control systems, manufacturing and service facilities, operations research models for production and operations, and/or information systems.
- understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, demonstrate knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
- demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one's work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multi-disciplinary environments.
- English in a Lasallian Context
- Applied Engineering Mathematics
- Engineering Drawing 1
- Calculus 1 for Engineers
- Math in the Modern World
- Chemistry for Engineers Lec
- Chemistry for Engineers Lab
- Understanding the Self
- Computer Fundamentals and Programming for Engineers Lab
- Our Christian Faith and Lasallian Identity
- Physical Fitness & Self-Testing Activities
- Towards One Goal: Social Transformation
- The Authentic Lasallian Learner
- English for Purposive Communication
- Applied Engineering Sciences
- Calculus 2 for Engineers
- Science, Technology, and Society
- Physics for Engineers Lec
- Physics for Engineers Lab
- Diskurso sa Filipino
- Statistical Analysis for IE 1 Lec
- Statistical Analysis for IE 1 Lab
- Christian Discipleship in the Modern World
- Individual-dual Sports / Dance
- Community Service by Focus Programs:Health, Education, Livelihood, Pastoral and Self-Governance (HELPS)
- Career Path Towards Success
- Differential Equations
- Statics of Rigid Bodies
- Environmental Science and Engineering
- Elementary Electrical Engineering-Lec
- Elementary Electrical Engineering-Lab
- Statistical Analysis for IE 2
- Industrial Material and Process Lec
- Industrial Material and Process Lab
- Industrial Organization and Management
- Computer Aided Design
- Christian Commitment in Contemporary Society
- Classic Literartures of the World
- Advanced Mathematics for IE
- Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
- Dynamics of Rigid Bodies
- Art Appreciation
- Financial Accounting
- Work Study and Measurement Lec
- Work Study and Measurement Lab
- Principles of Economics
- The Catholic Social Teaching and Our Social Responsibility
- Team Sports
- Technical Writing
- The Contemporary World
- Operation Research 1 Lec
- Operation Research 1 Lab
- Ergonomics 1 Lec
- Ergonomics 1 Lab
- Engineering Economics
- Managerial Accounting
- Quality Management System
- Marketing Management
- IE Computer Application1 Lab.
- Mga Babasahin hinggil sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
- Pagsasaling Teknikal sa Larangang Akademiko
- Literatures of the World and its Effect to Development
- Total Productive Maintenance and Reliability
- Operations Management
- Ergonomics 2 Lec
- Ergonomics 2 Lab
- Methods & Systems Engineering 1 (CIM) LEC
- Methods & Systems Engineering 1 (CIM) LAB
- Facilities, Planning and Design
- IE Computer Application 2 Lab.
- IE Technical Elective 1 (Six Sigma)
- Basic Occupational Safety and Health
- Information Systems
- Systems Engineering
- Supply Chain Management
- IE Technical Elective 2
- IE Technical Elective 3
- IE Computer Application 3 Lab
- Engineering Ethics
- IE Design Project 1 Lec
- IE Design Project 1 Lab
- Project Feasibility 1 Lec.
- Project Feasibility 1 Dsn
- Practicum (at least 240 hours)
- Plant Tour and Seminar
- Project Feasibility 2 Lec.
- IE Correlation Course
- IE Design Project 2 Lab
- IE Design Project 2 Lab
- Kursong Rizal
Elective Track: Production Engineering
- Total Productive Maintenance and Reliability
- Green Innovation and Sustainable
- Product Design and Development
- Enterprise Resource Planning
Elective Track: Organization and Decision System
- Six Sigma
- Strategic Planning
- Project Management
Non STEM track are required to take bridging courses for Mathematics and Science
- Bridging Courses in Science
- Bridging Courses in Mathematics
- An applicant who has completed Senior High School and has not taken any college course, or
- An applicant who has completed equivalent Secondary Education from any school abroad and has not taken any college course, or
- A passer of Alternative Learning System (ALS) with certification of eligibility to be admitted to college.
- An applicant who has taken college programs or units not more than 75% of his/her curriculum in other CHED recognized colleges or universities, or
- An applicant who has taken college programs or units not more than 75% of his/her curriculum in colleges or universities abroad, OR
- An applicant who has taken vocational or any special training in recognized colleges or universities abroad, OR
- An applicant who has officially enrolled in any degree or certificate programs after High School.
Second Course Taker
- An applicant who has completed any college degree from any CHEd recognized college or university, or
- An applicant who has completed any college degree from college or university abroad.
The College conforms to the institutional policies for admitting freshmen. Particularly for BS Architecture, freshman applicants should pass the skills assessment interview that would be conducted by the Department Chair.
A student who intends to shift to any of the programs of the College should have a GPA of at least 80% (or 2.0 in the numerical grading system) and pass the interview and qualifying examination conducted by the Dean/Chair or his/her designate.
Applicants should pass the interview conducted by the Dean of the College and the college entrance test administered by the Institutional Testing and Evaluation Office, and meet other requirements that may be set by the college. A transferee shall be placed on probation for one semester. If he/she performs well in academics and manifests satisfactory behavior, transferees would be considered "regular status" the following semester.
Standard Policy and Requirements for Shiftees and Transferees
A shiftee/transferee from other colleges and/or universities may be qualified for admission to any of the programs offered by the Engineering Department of the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology provided that:
- There is an available slot.
- He is of good moral character.
- He has not taken more than 50% of the total number of units of his respective course from another college.
- He should have at least a GPA of 2.00 or its equivalent from other universities.
- He should pass the interview and the qualifying examination conducted by the respective program coordinator.
- He should pass the college entrance test administered by the Institutional Testing and Evaluation Office.
- He should be placed under the PROBATIONARY STATUS for one year. A waiver provided by the CEAT should be signed by the student and his/her guardian prior to enrollment.
Crediting of Subjects
- All major subjects taken from other universities with the same number of units and description with the program offered by CEAT will be credited provided that the university from which they have enrolled to is at least a Level 2 accredited school.
- Major subjects taken from a non-level 2 accredited schools will be credited only if the transferee passed the verifying examination given by respective program coordinator for each major subject to be credited.
Leave of Absence
- A student who could not enroll in the current semester should file a leave of absence with the Office of the College of Engineering, Architecture, and Technology. The application for LOA must be endorsed to the respective program coordinator and the Department Chair by the respective adviser.
- A student who failed to file a leave of absence will be given PROBATIONARY STATUS for one year upon his return; that is if there is still an available slot.
Grade Point average (GPA) requirement and allowable failure
|First to Second Year||Second to Third Year||Fourth Year
(with only 48 academic units left before graduation)
|GPA Requirement (including summer term)||At least 1.50||At least 1.25||(immunity status)|
|Maximum Allowable Failure||One (1) subject in one semester||Two (2) subjects in one semester||(immunity status)|
- Commitment of major offense as stipulated in the Student Handbook
- Three consecutive failures in any Mathematics, Science or Professional subjects
- Accumulation of more than 24 units failing grades
- Non-participation in the required collegiate or university activities