College of Engineering and Architecture

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CEA

Curricular

Programs

Baccalaureate

Vision

Vision

The College of Engineering is the center of excellence in engineering education in Region VI for local and global competitiveness.

Mission

Mission

The College of Engineering is committed to the development of man thru the integration of knowledge, technical skills, and attitude for leadership in national development.

It shall promote quality engineering education through research, trainings, relevant curriculum, production and extension services for excellence.

CEA Goals

CEA Goals

UNIVERSITY

Core Values

Core Values

I

Integrity

C

Commitment

A

Accountability

R

Responsiveness

E

Excellence

CEA

Core Values

Core Values

A

Achieving

I

Individual

M

Maturity through

H

Harmonious

I

Involvement of a

G

Generous

H

HEART (Harmony, Efficiency, Academic Excellence, Responsiveness, Total Commitment)

CEA Admission Policy

The College admits students who are of good moral character and have the required academic credentials.

No Student shall be denied admission to the College by the reason of race, age, sex, socio-economic status, religious belief, political affiliation, conviction or ideology; provided that the College may allocate admissions to foreign students after all qualified applicants shall have been admitted.

Applicants for admission shall pass a thorough physical, medical and other necessary examinations as pre-requisite for admission.

The following heads of school shall have full responsibility to screen and select new students to be admitted to the different schools/programs/courses of the college:

Dean, School of Graduate Studies
Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Dean, College of Education
Dean, College of Engineering
Dean, College of Industrial Technology
Principal, Laboratory School

Guidelines and Conditions

  1. Applicants for freshmen in the ISAT University may be admitted on the basis of the following:
    • Performance in the Entrance Examination administered by the Office of the Students Affairs.
    • Quotas and other requirements as required by the specific courses/college units set- up by the respective offices of the Deans
    • Satisfactory performance in high school
    • All colleges will require the applicants to undergo an interview
    • Must be physically and mentally fit
    • Articulate in communication
  2. Upon being informed of his/ her eligibility for admission, the students must submit the following credentials to the Dean’s Office within the designated period set by the respective colleges:
    • Form 138 (card or transcript of records) with an average grade of 85 or 2.0 with no failing or incomplete grade
    • Certification of good moral character signed by the school head or his authorized representative
    • Two (2) copies 2″x2″ ID pictures
    • Medical laboratory results (for those applying for BSMarE)

ENGR. JOMAR A. DADOR

Dean

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Departments & Faculty