Urdaneta City University will be known as one of the leading regional institutions in engineering and architecture education. Its graduates will be equipped to excel in their engineering and architecture fields, and to adapt to changes in the technological sector. Its faculty will create an environment conducive to student-centered learning and collaborative research.
The mission of the College of Engineering and Architecture is to provide students with the best possible engineering education whereas promoting ethical and spiritual values. The college is dedicated to equip students with the knowledge, technical skills, and values that prepare them to excel as engineers and leaders in their profession. The faculty members endeavor to serve the community through research and supervision of industrial projects.
Through advanced and modern instructions, the college aims to produce competent engineers and architects who are academically and technically skilled to contribute to the attainment of national developmental goals by providing scientific and technical researches.
E – Endow with a solid foundation in engineering and architecture education for continuous professional growth in fact-based reasoning and analysis.
N – Nurture in-depth knowledge and experience in specific engineering and architecture topic areas in preparedness for their first job or for entry into a graduate engineering or architecture program or a professional school.
G – Geared toward a high degree of personal integrity, and the belief that they can each make a difference.
G – Grasp an optimistic self-confidence by developing their professional competence outlined above through persuasive communication skills in a variety of media including written reports and oral presentations with visual or aural aids and by engaging them in team-based activities and strengthening their interpersonal skills.
Urdaneta City University paved its way in building opportunities through the establishment of engineering programs in 2007.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) and Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) opened with a hope for better structural dreams of its students. It started with 11 students in 2007 and slowly increased to 27 in 2009.
Through the leadership of Engr. Woody G. Erama as the dean, and Engr. Geronimo A. Carvajal and Engr. Antonio G. Bato III as program heads, the College of Engineering and Architecture had firmer foundations giving new opportunities with its new programs. These are the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BSECE), Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE), Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME), and Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BSArch).
In 2010, the Commission on Higher Education started issuing permits or Authority to operate on engineering programs. It is a significant achievement for the college as it produced its first three graduates of the BSCE program. One of them successfully passed the board examination and garnered a 100% board passing rate for the college.
In February 2013, CHED issued government recognitions to BSEE and BSCE programs followed by Levels II and III for the BSME and Level III BSECE, BSCpE, and BSArch programs.
The college is now on its fast-growing population and aims to strive for academic excellence continuously. It can produce more engineers and architects, catering to the needs and demands of engineering and architectural services both locally and abroad.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (with approved curriculum)
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (with approved curriculum)
Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (with approved curriculum)
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (with approved curriculum)
Bachelor of Science in Architecture (with government recognition)
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