Autonomous Status
PAASCU Accredited (Level 2)

The College Mission Statement

The College Unit of the University of St. La Salle aims to evangelize Christian men and women and challenge them to develop their full potential into becoming competent, confident, concerned and committed persons who are animated by the Lasallian spirit of faith and zeal to work for social transformation.

Anchored on Catholic Faith and especially accessible to those intellectually capable but financially underprivileged, the college commits itself to inculcate a passion for excellence with a soul, as all sectors journey together in a culture of openness, dialogue and commitment. Specifically, the College aims to form students who are:

  • able to think and express themselves clearly, critically and objectively, enabling them to excel in their chosen fields and to translate knowledge into something useful for society;
  • emotionally mature, socially responsible, and especially sensitive to addressing the needs of the less fortunate particularly the youth at risk;
  • rooted in their spiritual and moral values, living these out in their daily decisions and actions as responsible members of their workplace, their family, Church, community, and society; and
  • secure in the richness of their Filipino cultural heritage but respectful of cultural diversity, making them true citizens of the world.

All these in the spirit of faith and zeal.

Program Objectives

  • will have successful careers in engineering and technology and will have assumed professional roles in the society
  • will have advanced their knowledge and expertise through continuous participation in professional development opportunities or graduate studies
  • will be actively involved in professional organizations as well as community-based organizations

Admission Policies

  1. High School graduates and transferees seeking admission to the College of Engineering and Technology must meet the minimum accumulated score of 65 points based on the following: CSAT (40%), HS average (55%) and Interview (5%).
  2. Students seeking admission to any major program are required to: 
    • submit an application form and printout of all courses taken;
    • have a general grade point average of at least 80; and
    • pass an interview with the Admitting Officer.
  3. Students admitted on probation must comply with the terms and conditions set by the University.

Retention Policies (In addition to the University’s standard retention policy)

Students admitted to any major program are subject to the retention policies prescribed by their respective Departments.

Load Limit of Students with Failures, Subjects Dropped or Withdrawn

  1. A student with one (1) subject failed, dropped or withdrawn will carry a maximum load of 21 units the following semester.
  2. A students with 2 or 3 subjects failed, dropped or withdrawn will carry a maximum load of 18 units the following semester.


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Undergraduate Programs

  • Bachelor of Science
    1. Chemical Engineering (BSChE)

      The B.S. Chemical Engineering program is designed specifically to equip students with the skill and ability to apply their knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, engineering sciences in the design, improvement, innovation and supervision of processes to meet the needs of the society. The program equips the student with the ability to identify and solve chemical engineering problems and skills to conduct research for the improvement of society. 

      The curriculum is designed specifically to meet these educational challenges and to produce engineers who understand the effects and impact of his profession in the environment, as well as the ethical responsibilities of the profession.
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    2. Computer Engineering (BSCpE)

      The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering program is designed to train students to apply Engineering principles and methodologies in the analysis, design, implementation and management of hardware, software and the integration of both.
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    3. Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

      The field of Electrical Engineering deals with the generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity. It also deals with the design, operation and protection, maintenance and economics of electrical systems with emphasis on ethical values to harness economically and safely the materials, and forces of nature for the benefit of society and the environment.
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    4. Electronics Engineering (BSECE)

      The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering program 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.
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    5. Materials Engineering (BSMatE)

      Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering is a field of study which deals with the synthesis and use of both fundamental and empirical knowledge about materials in particular, how the properties of a material are related to composition, structure, and processing in order to develop, prepare, modify, and apply them to specific needs. Materials Engineering provides the tools necessary to improve the properties, processing, and performance of materials such as polymers, ceramics, semiconductors, metals, and composites for a wide variety of applications. Such innovations pave way for technological progress in the country.
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    6. Computer Science with specialization in Game Development
    7. Food Technology
    8. Information Technology with specialization in:
      • Computer Animation
      • Web Mobile Development

Graduate Programs

  • Master in
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Information Technology
  • Master of Engineering
    • Electronics & Communications Engineering