Courses Offered

CE40.  ENGINEERING ECONOMY 

The course provides knowledge on the principles of engineering economy and its application to the development of civil and environmental engineering projects.  It introduces the concepts of time value of money, study method and use of engineering economy in project feasibility and decision making.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : CE50P for CE

Corequisite               : RES100-4 for CE/EnSE

Prerequisites            : CE50P, CE151P for EnSE / CEM

Prerequisites            : CE50P, CE151P  for CESE

 

CE50P.  ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

A course on selected topics in advanced mathematics and their applications to engineering.  It covers the study of complex numbers, Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms power series, Fourier series, matrices and determinants, and vector analysis.

The course also deals with programming concepts, numerical methods and techniques with application to various branches of civil engineering; formulation and programming of numerical algorithms; matrix manipulation.  The course includes computer laboratory exercises.

Credit                         : 4 units                                      

Prerequisite              : MATH24 – for CE-EnSE-CEM-CESE

 

CE119.  TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION AND DOCUMENTATION 

The course covers topics on effective oral and written communications as applied to civil engineering practice.  The focus of the course shall be on the form and content of each technical written document used in actual CE practice and on the characteristics and practice of a good oral presentation.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : CE155, CE195  for CE

Prerequisite              : CE155 for CESE

 

CE120-0.  SURVEYING 1

The course deals with fundamental surveying concepts and principles including distance measurement, leveling, area computation, subdivision, topographic and hydrographic survey; overview of the general principles of GPS and GIS and its applications.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisites            : MATH13, DRAW10W, CE50P – for CE

Prerequisites            : MATH13, DRAW10W – for EnSE/CEM /CESE/ GEO / GSE

Paired                         : CE120-0F for CEGE/GSE

 

                                                     

                 

CE120-0F.  SURVEYING  FIELD 1

The course focuses on practical training and skills development in the use of surveying instruments in establishing the conditions and boundaries of land development; interpretation and construction of topographic and hydrographic maps.

Credit                         : 2 units

Prerequisites            : MATH13, DRAW10W, CE50P – for CE

Prerequisites            : MATH13, DRAW10W – for EnSE/CEM /CESE/ GEO / GSE

Paired                         : CE120-0 for CEGE/GSE

 

CE120-1.  SURVEYING

The course deals with surveying concepts and principles including distance measurement, leveling, area computation, subdivision, topographic and hydrographic survey; overview of the general principles of GPS and GIS and its applications.

Credit                         : 2 units                    

Prerequisites            : MATH13, DRAW10W

Paired                         : CE120-1F

 

 

CE120-2. SURVEYING

The course deals with surveying concepts and principles including distance measurement, leveling, area computation, subdivision, topographic and hydrographic survey; overview of the general principles of GPS and GIS and its applications.

Credit                         : 2 units                                      

Prerequisites            : MATH10-3, MATH12

Paired                         : CE120-2F

 

CE120-2F. SURVEYING FIELD

The course focuses on practical training and skills development in the use surveying instruments in establishing the conditions and boundaries of land development; interpretation and construction of topographic and hydrographic maps.

Credit                         :  1 unit                                       

Prerequisites            : MATH10-3, MATH12

Paired                         : CE120-2

 

CE121. SURVEYING 2

The course covers the fundamentals and practice of reconnaissance survey; problems on side hill works, transition from cut to fill and vice versa and mass diagram; physical problems encountered in hauling materials from an excavation to an embankment and transportation surveys.

Credit                         :  units                                         

Prerequisite              : CE120-0, CE120-0F for CE/EnSE/CEM/CESE

Paired                         : CE121F for CE/EnSE/CEM/CESE             

 

CE121F. SURVEYING FIELD 2  

The course focuses on practical training and skills development using modern surveying instruments for the observation, design and establishment of site conditions, boundaries, road and highway geometry, railway curves, road profiles, interchange design and transportation surveys.

Credit                         : 2 units                                      

Prerequisites            : CE120-0, CE120-0F for CE/EnSE/CEM/CESE

Paired                         : CE121

 

CE121X. SURVEYING EXIT EXAM

The exam is designed to test students’ knowledge of the principles, concepts, and theories of surveying 1(elementary and higher surveying) and surveying 2(engineering surveys) and their applications.

Credit                         : 0 Unit

Prerequisite/s           : CE120-0, CE120-0F

Corequisite/s            : CE121, CE121F

Paired                         : None

 

CE122.  TRAFFIC & HIGHWAY ENGINEERING

The course deals with planning and design of road and highway facilities and structures in the Philippines. It covers topics on geometric design of roads and highways, construction and materials, operations, administration and maintenance. It covers pavement design and analysis using relevant codes and standards. The standard specification of the Department of Public Works and Highways will also be discussed and be given emphasis.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisites            : CE121, CE121F,  CE121X for CE

Prerequisites            : CE121, CE121F for CEM

Prerequisites            : CE121, CE121F,  CE121X, CE152P for CESE

 

CE123.  TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

The course gives emphasis on urban transportation planning, design and operation using statistical and modeling techniques and computer methods.  It also covers capacity and level of service of air, rail and highway. It also includes environmental impacts and mitigation, transportation policy fundamentals and case studies. 

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE122 – for CE

 

 

 

CE131-1.  THEORY OF STRUCTURES

The course covers the different types of structural systems, loads and its combinations and placement, applicable codes and specifications, and methods of analysis for statically determinate structures.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : MEC32 for AR

Prerequisite              : MEC32, CE151P for CEM

 

 

CE131P.  THEORY OF STRUCTURES 1

The course covers the different types of structural systems, loads and its combinations and placement, applicable codes and specifications, and methods of analysis for statically determinate structures.

Credit                         : 4units                                                         

Prerequisites            : MEC32-1, MEC32-1X, CE50P, CE151P for CE /  CESE

Prerequisite              : MEC32, MEC32X, CE50P, CE151P for ENSE

 

 

CE132P.  THEORY OF STRUCTURES 2

The course covers the theory and analysis of indeterminate structures such as indeterminate beams, planar and space frames and trusses subject to static loads; method of consistent deformation; three-moment equation; slope-deflection method; moment distribution; energy methods, matrix methods; and approximate method of analysis.

Credit                         : 4 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : CE131P, CE50P for CE/CESE

 

CE132PX. THEORY OF STRUCTURES 2  EXIT EXAM

The exam is designed to test students’ knowledge of principles, theories, concepts, methods, specifications, and analysis of statically determinate structures and indeterminate structures.

Credit                         : 0 Unit

Prerequisite/s           : CE131P, E50P

Corequisite/s            : CE132P

Paired                         : None

 

CE133L COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

The course deals with the concepts, practices, standards and drafting techniques needed for basic architectural and engineering design with emphasis on the use of computer aided design software and the design of civil engineering systems and structures.  Students are expected to develop proficiency and require necessary skills in computer aided designs.

 

Credit                         : 1 unit                                                          

Prerequisite              : CE151p

 

CE133P.  STRUCTURAL DESIGN 1 (REINFORCED CONCRETE)

The course deals with the design, applications and code specifications used in structural reinforced concrete members subjected to flexure (beams, girders, joists, lintels, girts, etc.), tension, and compression (columns), combined stresses (beam-columns); beam-column connections using the Plastic Limit Method or the Ultimate Strength Design (USD). Applications and specifications to buildings, bridges, and other reinforced concrete structures are given emphasis.

Credit                         : 5 units                                      

Prerequisites            : CE132P, CE132PX for CE/CESE

 

CE134P.  STRUCTURAL DESIGN 2 (STEEL & TIMBER)

This course deals with the behavior and design of structural steel and structural wood subject to flexure, tension, compression and combined loads; connection designs and provisions of the National Structural Code of the Philippines and other relevant codes and standards.

Credit                         : 5 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : CE133P – for CE/CESE

Corequisite               : CE152P for CESE

 

CE135-1.  STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE

The course is concerned with the design, applications and code specifications used in structural reinforced concrete members subjected to flexure (beams, girders, joists, lintels, girts, etc.), tension, and compression (columns), combined stresses (beam-columns); beam-column connections using the Plastic Limit Method or the Ultimate Strength Design (USD). Applications and specifications as applied to buildings, and other reinforced concrete structures are given emphasis.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisites            : CE137-1 fo AR

 

CE135X STRUCTURAL DESIGN EXIT EXAM

The exam is designed to test students’ knowledge of fundamentals of mechanics, strength of materials, and theory of structures; and the general design, principles, and analysis of the structural elements of various types of construction materials and systems.

Prerequisite/s           : CE135-1

 

CE137. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD

This is a course on the fundamentals of the finite element method (FEM).  It includes the study of variational formulation, variational methods of approximation (Ritz Method, Method of Weighted Residuals), finite element analysis in one and two-dimensional problems, computer implementation and programming, and common errors in modeling finite element problems.

Credit                         : 3units                                       

Prerequisite              : CE134P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE /CESE

Prerequisite              : CE1387-1 for CEM

Prerequisite              : 4th Year Standing for ENSE

 

CE137-1.  STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF STEEL & TIMBER

This course deals with the behavior and design of structural steel and structural wood subject to flexure, tension, compression and combined loads; connection designs and provisions of the National Structural Code of the Philippines and other relevant codes and standards.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE131-1 for AR

Prerequisite              : CE135-1, CE151P for CEM

 

CE138 BRIDGE ENGINEERING

This course covers advanced topics in modern bridge design. It covers topics to respond to the need for bridges that create economic value and are durable, rapid to construct and versatile in terms of aesthetic potential.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE134P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

Prerequisite              : CE137-1 for CEM

Prerequisite              : 4th Year Standing for ENSE

 

CE139. SPECIAL TOPICS IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

This is a special course, training or workshop for students to prepare them for professional practice or specific industry demand.

Credit                         : 3units                                       

Prerequisite              : CE134P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

Prerequisite              : CE168P for CEM

Prerequisite              : 4th Year Standing for ENSE

 

CE140-1P.  MECHANICS OF FLUIDS 

The course deals with the study of the properties of fluid and pressure intensity, static pressure, kinematics of fluid flows and fluid dynamics, hydraulic loads, flow through orifices, nozzles, venturimeters, weirs, and other flow meters, and introduction to fluid flow in pipes. It includes laboratory exercises and demonstrations related to the study of mechanics of fluids.  

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisites            : MEC31-1, PHY13, PHY13L for CE/EnSE/CESE

Prerequisites            : MEC31-1, PHY12, PHY12L for CEM / EE / GSE/EE

 

CE140 – 1PX. MECHANICS OF FLUIDS EXIT EXAM

The exam is designed to test students’ knowledge of principles, theories, concepts of mechanics of fluids, and their applications.

Credit                         : 0 Unit

Prerequisite/s           : MEC31 – 1, PHY13, PHY13L

Corequisite/s            : CE140 – 1P

Paired                         : None

 

 

CE141. HYDROLOGY 

A course designed to provide conceptual understanding of the hydrologic cycle and the different hydrological processes such as precipitation, infiltration, evaporation, transpiration, and runoff. The course also introduces groundwater flow, measurement and analysis of hydrologic data, Philippine weather and climate. 

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : MATH30-5, CE140-1P, CE140-1PX  for           CE/ENSE/CESE

Prerequisite              : MATH30-5 for GSE

 

CE142P. HYDRAULICS, SYSTEMS AND STRUCTURES

This course deals with the hydraulic analysis and design of dams, spillways, gates and outlet works, open channels, pressure conduits, pipe network analysis, and theory of hydraulic machinery. It includes laboratory exercises and demonstrations related to hydraulics.  

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisites            : CE140-1P, CE140-1PX, ME21- for CE

Corequisite               : CE141- for CE

Prerequisites            : CAD10L, CE131P, CE141, CE140-1PX, ME21 for EnSE/CESE

 

CE143.  WATER SUPPLY ENGINEERING

This course deals with the determination of the source, quality and quantity of water supply.  It includes the study of the hydraulic principles, design and construction of water works systems. Emphasis is given on the operation and maintenance of water works systems and concepts of water purification systems. It also includes the protection of water supply from environmental pollution.  The course also deals with the design and development of gravity irrigation projects.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisites            : CE142P, ESE150 for CE

Prerequisites            : CE142P, ESE132, ESE141-0P  for EnSE/CESE

 

CE144.  SEWERAGE & DRAINAGE ENGINEERING

The course deals with the components that make up the sewage flow from a community including storm water.  Also includes the design and construction and maintenance of sewer system and study of the principles of sewage collection and disposal. The course also deals with the design, evaluation, and operation of flood control and drainage structures.  It includes measurement and monitoring of flows and water levels, canal and pipeline.

Credit                         : 3units                                                         

Prerequisites            : CE143, CE142P for CE

Prerequisites            : CE142P, ESE141-0P, CE143 for EnSE

Prerequisites            : CE142P, ESE141-0P, CE143, ESE151 for CESE

 

 

CE145. WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND POLICIES

The course is an introduction to the problems of water resources and water demand. The following topics are included: Characteristics of water resources systems; Reservoir design: storage terminology and critical period methods; probability matrix methods; exercises in reservoir design; reservoir operation; Water resources management and Policies in practice

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisites            : CE144, ESE150, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

 

 

CE146. URBAN HYDROLOGY AND FLOOD MANAGEMENT

This course gives an introduction to urban hydrology. Topics include the following: optimal design of flood protection works; flood risk analyses using advanced tools like our state-of-the-art inundation modeling system; flood risk and damage assessment; Real-time flood forecasting and operational water management systems; River hydraulics and morphology; Land use and climate change studies.

Credit                         : 3units                                                         

Prerequisites            : CE144, ESE150, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

 

CE147. SPECIAL TOPICS IN WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

This is a special course, training or workshop for students to prepare them for professional practice or specific industry demand.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisites            : CE144, ESE150, 4TH YR STANDING for CE/EnSE/CESE

 

CE151P.  BUILDING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

The course discusses the development cycle of a civil engineering project and the basic role of civil engineers in every stage of the process.  Emphasis is given on the building parts and its construction from the foundation to the roofing, including the study of the National Building Code and other pertinent codes, and their application to building design and construction.  This practical course will develop the skills required in the interpretation of building plans,   design and construction through actual field observation.

Credit                         : 4 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : CAD10L, CHE99,  for CE/EnSE/CESE

Prerequisite              : CAD10L, for CEM

 

CE152P. CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND TESTING

The course deals with the physical properties of common construction materials primarily metals, plastics, wood, concrete, coarse and fine aggregates, asphalt and synthetic materials; examination of material properties with respect to design and use of end product, design and control of aggregates, concrete and asphalt mixtures, principle of testing; characteristics of test; properties of materials and materials testing equipment.

Credit                         : 3units

Prerequisites            : CE151P, ESE150 – for CE / CEM

Prerequisites            : CE142P, ESE153L, CE151P  for EnSE/CESE

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CE155.  TECHNICAL ELECTIVE 1: ESTIMATING AND VALUE ENGINEERING

The course deals with interpretation of plans and specifications, preparation of construction estimates, and cost control. Focus is on the methods of analysis, resource requirements and costs in building systems, including system components with emphasis on the procedure for preparing detailed estimate, rules on estimating, preparation of bill of quantities and bill of materials; principles of estimating as applied to various phases of project development (budget programming, feasibility, design and detailed engineering, pre-bid, contract) and fundamentals of value engineering.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisites            : CE134P, CE152P  for CE

Prerequisites            : 4TH YR STANDING CE152P for EnSE/CESE

 

CE157. TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (TQM/ QA-QC)

Overview of the total field of quality, including strategic quality management programs, quality assurance and quality control.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : CE168P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/ENSE / CEM/CESE

 

CE158. ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION METHODS

This course will cover the art and science of applying engineering and construction expertise from the working task level.  Actual projects will be studied in terms of specific design and construction technologies. Major topics include constructability; subcontractor and supplier management; material control; quality and productivity management; and construction facilities and site development

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : CE168P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

Prerequisites            : CE144, ESE150, 4TH YR.STANDING for EnSE

Prerequisite              : CE168P for CEM

 

CE159. SPECIAL TOPICS IN CONSTRUCTION  
ENGINEERING &   MANAGEMENT

This is a special course, training or workshop for students to prepare them for professional practice or specific industry demand.

Credit                         : 3units                                                         

Prerequisite              : CE168P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/EnSE/CESE

Prerequisite              : CE162P for CEM

 

CE161P.  GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 1 (SOIL MECHANICS)

This course deals with the study of the identification and classification of soils and rocks, Site investigation and subsurface exploration, the physical and index properties of soil, compaction, water flow through soils, subsurface stress and deformation phenomena in soils, laboratory testing, and the relevance of these topics as they affect soil strength, compressibility, stability, and drainage. A thorough knowledge of engineering geology and the mechanics of deformable bodies are imperative

Credit                         : 4 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE142P – for CE

Corequisite               : CE133P – for CE

Prerequisites            : MEC32X, CE140-1P, ESE160, CE140-1PX for EnSE

Prerequisite              : MEC32 for CEM

Prerequisite              : CE140-1P, GEO106 for GSE

Prerequisite              : MEC32-1, MEC32-1X, CE140-1P, ESE160, CE140-1PX for CESE

 

CE161PX. GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 1 (SOIL MECHANICS) EXIT EXAM

The exam is designed to test students’ knowledge of principles, theories, concepts of soil mechanics, and their applications.

Credit                         : 0 Unit

Prerequisite/s           : CE142P

Corequisite/s            : CE161P

Paired                         : None

 

CE162P.  GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 2 (FOUNDATIONS ENGINEERING)

The practical application of geotechnical engineering principles to foundation and earth structure design and construction, foundation behavior and selection, bearing capacity and settlement, shallow and

bulkheads and cofferdams, evaluation of site exploration data, building foundation construction methods, earth dams, embankments, and concrete dam foundations, groundwater control and dewatering, soil stabilization and buried structures. The second part of this course deals with the design of reinforced concrete footings such as wall footing, square isolated footing (subject to axial load, and to axial load and bending moment), rectangular footing (isolated and combined), trapezoid footing, footing on piles, and strap footing.

Credit                         : 4 units                                      

Prerequisites            : CE161P, CE161PX for CE/CESE

Prerequisites            : CE135-1, CE161P for CEM

 

CE163. GEOTECHNICAL EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING

This course concerns  plate tectonics and elastic rebound theory of earthquakes and faults; characterization of ground motions; seismicity; deterministic and probabilistic seismic hazard analyses; effects of local soil conditions on ground response; development of design ground motions; liquefaction; dynamic lateral earth pressures; seismic slope stability.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE162P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

Prerequisite              : CE168P, 4TH YR. STANDING for EnSE

Prerequisite              : CE162P for CEM

Corequisiste             : CE133P for CESE

 

CE164. GEOSYNTHETICS IN GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

This course involves the design techniques and applications for geotextiles, geosynthetics, geogrids, geonets, geomembranes and geocomposites as they are used in environmental, geotechnical, and other construction engineering projects. The course first studies natural slopes and embankments for their stability and seepage problems. The proceeding sessions deal with applications of geosynthetic construction materials to designs of those earth structures. In the recent years, geosynthetics became very practical and economical materials to be used in earth reinforcement, filtration, pond liner, landfill liner, and many other subsurface constructions and earth structures. The class reviews different types of available geosynthetic materials, those applications, and design techniques.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE162P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

Prerequisite              : CE162P for CEM

 

  CE165.   SPECIAL TOPICS IN GEOTECHNICAL & GEO-
  ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

This is a special course, training or workshop for students to prepare them for professional practice or specific industry demand.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE162P, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE/CESE

Prerequisite              : CE162P for CEM

Prerequisite              : 4TH YR. STANDING for EnSE

 

CE166. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN ENGINEERING

This course discusses the importance of intellectual property rights as applied to engineering and the scopes, rules, regulations and the processes in obtaining it.

Credit                         : 3 units

Prerequisite              : CE195, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE

Prerequisite              : 4th YR STANDING for EnSE/CEM/CESE

 

CE168P. CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT

The course deals with construction methods, materials and equipment used to transform a particular design concept into a complete usable structure or facility and construction methodology for horizontal and vertical construction projects. This includes but not limited to construction science, construction management, and construction risk. This course will develop the skill required for a construction manager to direct, coordinate and brainstorm a wide variety of the construction projects, even the selection and hiring of contractors and finances.

Credit                         : 4 units

Prerequisite              : CE152P, CE40 for CE

Prerequisite              : CE152P, CE151P for EnSE/CESE

Corequisite               : CE155, ESE131P for EnSE

Prerequisite              : CE152P for CEM

Corequisite               : CE125 for  CESE

 

CE171. PLANNING OF MASS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM

The course details with the fundamentals of mass transportation systems planning: land, sea and air; transport demand analysis, and transportation systems operation, maintenance and management.

Credit                         : 3units

Prerequisite              : CE123, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE

Prerequisite              : 4TH YEAR STANDING for ENSE/CESE

 

CE172. TRAFFIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT

The course covers the fundamental principles, laws and procedures involved in conducting traffic impact assessment with emphasis on the introduction of concepts of sustainable development.

Credit                         : 3 units

Prerequisite              : CE123, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE

Prerequisite              : 4TH YEAR STANDING for CESE

 

 

CE173. SPECIAL TOPICS IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

This is a special course, training or workshop for students to prepare them for professional practice or specific industry demand.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisite              : CE123, 4TH YR. STANDING for CE

Prerequisite              : 4TH YEAR STANDING for ENSE/CESE

 

 

CE181. TECHNICAL ELECTIVE 2 : ADVANCED TOPICS AND PROBLEMS IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

This course involvesadvanced discussions on pre-stressedconcrete; fundamentals of earthquake engineering and bridge design; introduction to structural design software and selectedtopics on matrix analysis of structures.

Credit                         : 3 units

Prerequisite              : CE134P for CE

Prerequisite              : CE134P, ESE125, 4TH Year Standing  for CESE

 

 

CE195.  ENGINEERING LAWS, CONTRACTS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ETHICS

This course deals with the fundamentals of obligations and contracts and ethics; discussion of local and international laws related to the professional practice. Topics on the perspective of the student as future practitioners, contractors, and employers in the field of civil engineering are given emphasis; including the aspects of professional licensure and certifications.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : RES100-4 for CE

Prerequisites            :ESE144-0X, ESE144-0, CE168P, CE50P, CE151P for EnSE

Prerequisite              :CEM112 for CEM

Prerequisite              :CE168P, CE50P, CE151P for CESE

 

CE198-1R.  CE PRACTICUM 1

This capstone course involves practical field immersion of students to gain work experience under the supervision of professionals. Students will become familiar with the many phases of design, construction, operation or management under actual field conditions, which may include design, estimating, field operation, inspecting, scheduling and supervision. At the end of the immersion period, the students are required to submit a written report and make an oral presentation.

Credit                         : 1 unit                                                          

Prerequisites            :CE134P, CE162P, CE123, CE144 – for CE

 

CE198-2R.  CE PRACTICUM 2

This is the continuation of CE198-1R.

Credit                         : 1 unit                                                          

Prerequisite              : CE198-1R for CE

 

 

CE198-3R. CE PRACTICUM 3

This is the continuation of CE198-2R. At the end of the immersion period, the students are required to submit a written report and make an oral presentation.

Credit                         :1 unit                                                           

Prerequisite              : CE198-2R for CE

 

CE200L.  THESIS 1/CE PROJECT 1

This is a capstone course that integrates students acquired competencies in research, systems planning, analysis and design, cost estimates, scheduling, and oral and written communication. The main requirement is a research study in the fields of civil engineering. At the final stage of the thesis, each group is required to submit a written report and make an oral defense of their research study.  

Credit                         : 1 unit                                        

Prerequisites            :CE134P, CE162P, CE123, CE144, RES100-4, ESE150, CE40 for CE

Corequisites             :CE181, CE155, CE168 for CE

 

CE200-1L.  THESIS 2/CE PROJECT 2

This is the continuation of CE200L. Each group is required to submit and present a progress report.

Credit                         : 1 unit                                                          

Prerequisite              : CE200Lfor CE

 

 

CE200-2L.  THESIS 3/CE PROJECT 3

This is the continuation of CE200-1L and the final stage of the thesis where each group is required to submit written report and make an oral defense of their thesis.  

Credit                         : 1 unit                                                          

Prerequisite              : CE200-1L for CE

 

ESE150.  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

The course provides an understanding of the principles and concepts pertaining to ecosystems particularly on energy and tropic systems and the relationships of organisms, and biogeochemical cycles. It also provides theoretical concepts of freshwater ecology; marine ecology; estuarine ecology; and terrestrial ecology including disturbances, sources of hazards to ecosystem.  This course presents an overview of general engineering and scientific solutions to alleviate the consequence of environmental degradation and attain sustainable development.

Credit                         : 3 units  

Prerequisites            : CHM12-3, CHM12-3L, MATH15, MATH16-L, MATH24      for CE/EnSE/CESE

Prerequisites            : CHM12-3, CHM12-3L, MATH15, MATH24  for CEM

 

MEC30. STATICS OF RIGID BODIES

This course covers the branch of engineering mechanics known as statics which deals with the forces acting on non-moving bodies.  The course is in preparation for a higher level of analysis of assemblies and structures.  It covers concurrent and non-concurrent forces, operation with the free body concept, equilibrium of co-planar and non-coplanar force system, analysis of trusses, friction force in space, centroids and moments of inertia.

Credit                         : 3 units                                      

Prerequisites            : PHY11, PHY11L or PHY11-2, PHY11-2L for CE/EnSE/CEM/CESE/EE/MME

Prerequisites          : MATH22, PHY 11-2, PHY11-2L for AR

 

MEC32.  MECHANICS OF DEFORMABLE BODIES

The course deals with the study of strength of materials where the understanding of how bodies and materials respond to applied loads is the main emphasis.  The course covers the fundamental concepts of stresses and strains experienced and/or developed by different materials in their loaded state and subjected to different conditions of constraint that includes axial stress, shearing stress, bearing stress, torsion, flexural stress, and stress-strain relationships.

Credit                         : 3 units                                                        

Prerequisite              : MEC31-1 for EnSE/CEM/IE/COE/EE

Prerequisite              : MEC31 for ME

Prerequisite              : MEC30 for AR

                                   

MEC32-1.  MECHANICS OF DEFORMABLE BODIES

The course deals with the study of strength of materials where the understanding of how bodies and materials respond to applied loads is the main emphasis.  The course covers the fundamental concepts of stresses and strains experienced and/or developed by different materials in their loaded state and subjected to different conditions of constraint that includes axial stress, shearing stress, bearing stress, torsion, flexural stress, combined stress, and stress-strain relationships.  The course culminates with example of applications and specifications as applied to structural elements like beams and trusses.

Credit                         : 5 units                                                        

Prerequisites            : MEC31-1, CE50P for CE                                            

Corequisite               : CE140-1P for CE

Prerequisites            : MEC31-1 for CESE

 

MEC32 – 1X. MECHANICS OF DEFORMABLE BODIES  EXIT EXAM

The exam is designed to test students’ knowledge of the principles, concepts, theories of statics and dynamics of rigid bodies and mechanics of deformable bodies, and their applications.

Credit                         : 0 Unit

Prerequisite/s         : MEC31 – 1, CE50P

Corequisite/s          : MEC32 – 1

Paired                        : None

 

 

RES100-4. METHODS OF RESEARCH

This course consists of two parts. The first part deals with the ideas, concepts, and principles of research methodology, the problem, the major research methods, preparation of the research instruments, review of related literature and studies, sampling and guidelines in the selection of statistics to be used. The second part deals with the thesis writing chapter by chapter. The analysis, presentation, and interpretation of data are especially given due emphasis.

Credits                       : 2 units

Prerequisites            : ENG13, MATH30-5, 4THYR STANDING for CE

Prerequisites            : ESE158, ENG13, ESE144-0X, ESE141-0P ,

ESE144-0,  for EnSE

Corequisite               : CE40 for EnSE

Prerequisite              : CEM118 for CEM

Prerequisite              : ENG13, ESE141-0P for CESE