The School of CEGE offers the following programs:
This program provides an outcomes-based learning experience covering the five major areas of Civil Engineering, namely, structural engineering, transportation engineering, water resources engineering, geotechnical engineering, and construction engineering and management. It is the objective of the program to enable graduates to practice as successful civil engineers for the advancement of society and to promote professionalism in practice. Graduates of this program may engage in any of the following: planning, design, construction, management, operation, and maintenance of buildings, roads and bridges, railways, ports and harbors, dam and other hydraulic systems and structures, water distribution and waste water treatment system, and foundation structures.
This is an outcomes-based program that combines the discipline of civil engineering and the principles of ecology, chemistry, and microbiology in applications that promote hygiene, sanitation, public health, and environmental protection and conservation. It is the objective of the program to enable graduates to practice as successful environmental and sanitary engineers for the advancement of society and to promote professionalism in practice. Graduates of the program may engage in one or more of the following activities: research and development, laboratory analysis and testing, quality control, production, environmental pollution control, technical sales and services, and market research and analysis.
This program is a combined study of basic civil engineering and construction management courses. Graduates shall be knowledgeable on the fundamentals of structural and construction engineering like design and analysis, material testing and quality assurance, building systems, construction technologies, and surveying. Graduates shall demonstrate deep understanding of management principles and their applications that are essential in construction projects such as economics, business, accounting, law, statistics, ethics, leadership, decision-making and optimization methods, process analysis and design, safety, and cost engineering. Graduates of this program may practice as project managers, construction engineers, contract administrators, field supervisors, and building contractors in the private and public sector.
This program is designed for students who intend to become professional geologists and/or those who plan to attend graduate school in geosciences. It is an interdisciplinary science that integrates geological observations and concepts with a range of fi elds including physics, chemistry, mathematics, and modern technologies in the study of Earth’s processes, environments, and history. Graduates of the program may pursue a career in industries such as minerals/mining, petroleum, and construction, in the academe, or engage in environmental consultancy or government service.
Bachelor of Science in Geological Science & Engineering
This program is designed for students who desire to complete two (2) programs: BS Geology and BS Geological Engineering. It is an interdisciplinary degree program that applies physics, chemistry, hydrology, geology, and engineering in order to devise engineering solutions to geological problems faced by society. Graduates of the program may pursue a career in industries such as minerals/mining, petroleum, and construction, in the academe, or engage in environmental consultancy or government service.