College of Engineering and Architecture

Programs

College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) transforms its graduates to become globally competitive, innovative leaders, socially responsible and result-oriented engineers and architects. MCM-CEA commits to educate students imbued with good moral and ethical values while engaging economically viable research and innovation that is relevant locally and beyond.

At CEA, students are primed and supervised by their adept mentors equipping students with profound knowledge and excellent skill-set through outcomes-based curricula in order for the students to have access to personalized learning allowing them to perform their best and achieve their academic and personal goals meeting local and global standards.

This kind of learning environment will upskill students to find state of the art solutions to the most challenging technological and socio-technological issues of different industries.

Program Offerings

Architecture

Architecture program invests on training fledglings the practice of architecture especially on planning and architectural designing. The program equips learners with both theoretical and practical aspects, and awareness to the many cultural heritages developing their analytic thinking and creativity. This advances them in becoming responsibly adept in their field such as interior design, construction management, sustainable design and urban design that demands scientific, aesthetic, and orderly coordination. Also, it provides learners contemporary ventures that bridge learners to the world of practice. The program aids learners to meet the local and global standards in the field of architecture.

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Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering program provides an outcomes-based pedagogy developing profound skills-set and competencies with excellent understanding of the intricacies of engineering sciences especially in areas related to chemical enterprises. Its mainspring encapsulates the process of material production and efficient utilization through the application of Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, material science, and Economics with the integration of technological tools. The program aims to equip learners to meet the local and global standards in the field of chemical engineering.

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Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering targets to establish a strong underpinning of the principal concepts of science in league with mathematical and computational tools to alleviate besetting challenges through development and sustainability. The cornerstone of the program is learner-centered that augments theoretical knowledge and skills on Mathematics, physical and natural sciences,engineering sciences, and all civil engineering activities. Most importantly, it aims to continuously deliver the highest quality, large-scale technical, scientific, and liberal education to capacitate learners to meet the local and global standards in the field of civil engineering.

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Computer Engineering

Computer Engineering program centers on the learner’s acquisition of knowledge and development of adroitness in computer, communication, and information technology. The program aids to foster the excellent command on designing, developing, implementing, maintaining, and integrating computer hardware and software, and understanding their interdependence. Thus, the program fundamentally fortifies mastery on computer engineering, its application, and its primal concepts to qualify learners to meet the local and global standards in the field of computer engineering.

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Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering program banks on the implementation of learner-centered education highlighting the study and use of technology and applied sciences concerning electrical occurrence. The program enriches the breadth of knowledge of Mathematics, physical sciences, and information technology, and other allied sciences that advances learners to grasp basic theory and concepts. This leads to the process of conceptualization to the utilization of electrical energy having societal and environmental benefits. With the advent of technology, learners will be provided with laboratory experiences in maneuvering tools and equipment furthering even more their familiarity of the profession. The program aims to harness the potential of learners to meet the local and global standards in the field of electrical engineering.

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Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineering program provides a groundwork for learners to acquire the elemental scope and nature of practice of electronics and communications engineering. It includes an array of activities on telecommunications, information and communications technology (ICT), computers and their networking , hardware and software development and applications. Moreover, its paradigm incorporates device physics, device operation, design an integrated circuits, communications and network system, audio and video processing, robotics, electromagnetic and antenna systems, and electronic materials. The program commits to gear up learners to meet the local and global standards in the field of electronics engineering.

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Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering program focuses on the optimal mastery of the complex processes in crafting, improving, and installing products and integrated systems of people, information, equipment, and energy. With outcomes-based education, it gears up learner’s knowledge and competencies in Mathematics, physical and social sciences in conjunction with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design to empirically assess outcomes from varied systems. Also, the program advances learners to potentially establish iron-like foundation in both manufacturing and service industries. This hones learners to qualify in the local and global standards in the field of industrial engineering.

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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering program commits to optimize the proficiency in designing, building, and improving ventures that require mechanical force work and energy founded with basic and applied sciences. Learners will be engaged in various mechanical undertakings such as space vehicles, gadgets, power plants, smart mechanisms and robots, transportation vehicles, and appliances. With pursuits on the efficient transformation of energy, learners will be further exposed to conversion of thermal energy and chemical energy to mechanical work through the use of state-of-the-art equipment. Moreover, the program prepares future mechanical engineers to produce products with structural integrity in order to meet the local and global standards in the field of mechanical engineering.

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Contact Information

Temporary — The CAS Office is located at the 5th floor of the MCM Academic Building, Room 513. You may reach us at cas@mcm.edu.ph

Team Roster

Villanueva, Rachel C.

Dean, College of Engineering & Architecture

Leopoldo, Meriam P.

Faculty, College of Engineering & Architecture

Magloyuan, Neil P.

Program Chair, BS in Computer Engineering

Laud, Noel V.

Faculty, College of Engineering and Architecture / Head, Institute for Credentialing Excellence & Lifelong Learning

Rodriguez, Meryl Mae C.

Faculty, College of Engineering & Architecture

Hidalgo, Francis Gerard S.J.

Faculty, College of Engineering & Architecture

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