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The invention of incandescent bulb by Thomas Edison spawned the


development of Electrical Engineering profession. From that time onwards, Electrical
Technology is changing so rapidly all over the world. In circuits, for example, there was
a fast turnover from vacuum tubes to transistors then to integrated circuits and recent
developments have now microprocessors and microcontrollers. Likewise, Power
Engineers used slide rules which later outmoded by calculators in computational tasks.
Then came highly technological and scientific general-purpose computers which made
routine calculation encountered in everyday Electrical Engineering works economically
feasible.

Most industries today are adapting this new technology especially in their new
equipment. Electrical Engineers have to adjust and cope up with the advancement of
knowledge and skills needed consistent with the principles of sustainable development.
Courses related to the knowledge in response to these changes must be formulated in the
Electrical Engineering curriculum.

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The BSEE program is offered to produce graduates who will be able:

1. to learn and obtain a baccalaureate education necessary to understand the impact


of Electrical Engineering in a global, societal and environmental context
consistent with the principles of sustainable development;

2. to identify, analyze and solve Electrical Engineering problems with the


recognition of the role computers will play in the solution process;

3. to conduct research activities and extension services for the benefit of the
community;

4. to qualify in taking the licensure examination in Electrical Engineering; and,

5. to qualify for further study in the post-baccalaureate level towards a field of


specialization.
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First Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Eng 1 College English I 3 3 0 3 None
Eng 3 Oral Communication 3 3 0 3 None
Fil 1 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 3 0 3 None
Math 17 Algebra and Trigonometry 6 6 0 6 None
Hist 1 Philippine History 3 3 0 3 None
PE 1 Physical Fitness and Health 2 2 0 2 None
NSTP 1 National Service Training (3) None
Program 1
Total 20 20 0 20

First Year, Second Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Eng 2 College English II 3 3 0 3 Eng 1
Bio 1 Basic Biology 3 3 0 3 Math 17
Chem 12 Fundamentals of Chemistry 3 3 0 3 Math 17
Chem Fundamentals of Chemistry 1 0 3 3 Math 17
12.1 Lab
Math 51 Analytic Geometry and 6 6 0 6 Math 17
Calculus I
Hist 3 History of the Muslim 3 3 0 3 None
Filipinos and the Indigenous
Peoples of MINSUPALA
PE 2 Martial Arts/Dance 2 2 0 2 PE 1
NSTP 2 National Service Training (3) NSTP 1
Program 2
Total 21 20 3 23

Second Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Eng 4 Introduction to Literature 3 3 0 3 Eng 2
Introduction to Computer
CSc 101 Programming 3 2 3 5 Math 17
Analytic Geometry and
Math 61 Calculus II 6 6 0 6 Math 51
Phys 21 General Physics I 3 3 0 3 Math 51
Phys 21.1 Laboratory Physics I 1 0 3 3 Math 51
Hum 1 Introduction to Humanities 3 3 0 3 None
PE 3 Individual and Dual Sports 2 2 0 2 PE 1
ES 51 Engineering Drawing 2 0 6 6 Math 51
Total 23 19 12 31

Second Year, Second Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Analytic Geometry and
Math 71 Calculus III 6 6 0 6 Math 61
Phys 21,
Phys 41 General Physics III 3 3 0 3 Phys 21.1
Phys 21,
Phys 41.1 Laboratory Physics III 1 0 3 3 Phys 21.1
Philippine Government and
Constitution, Agrarian
Reform, Taxation, Family
Planning and Population
Pol Sci 2 Education 3 3 0 3 None
PE 4 Team Sports 2 2 0 2 PE 1
ES 67 Elements of Material Science 3 3 0 3 Chem 12
Probability and Statistics in
ES 85 Engineering 3 3 0 3 Math 71
Total 21 20 3 23

Third Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Phys 31 General Physics II 3 3 0 3 Phys 21
Phys 31.1 Laboratory Physics II 1 0 3 3 Phys 21
Math 71
ES 61 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 3 0 3 Phys 21/21.1
Mathematical Methods of
ES 81 Engineering I 3 3 0 3 Math 71
Electrical Engineering
Laboratory and
EE 128 Instrumentation I 1 0 3 3 EE 131
Math 71
EE 131 Electrical Circuit Theory I 3 3 0 3 Phys 41
Electrical Materials And Math 71
EE 171 Devices 3 3 0 3 EE 131
Total 17 15 6 21

Third Year, Second Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
ES 62 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 3 0 3 ES 61
Mechanics of Deformable
ES 64 Bodies 3 3 0 3 ES 61
ES 84 Numerical Methods 3 2 3 5 ES 81,CSc 101
Electrical Engineering
EE 129 Laboratory 1 0 3 3 EE 131
EE 132 Electrical Circuit Theory II 3 3 0 3 EE 131
Phys 41
EE 136 Electromagnetics 3 3 0 3 Math 81
EE 131
EE 172 Electronics Circuits I 4 3 3 6 EE 171
Total 20 17 9 26
Fourth Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
ES 91 Engineering Economy 3 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
EE 133 Advanced Circuit Theory 3 3 0 3 EE 132
EE 147 Energy Conversion 3 3 0 3 EE 132
EE 173 Electronics Circuit II 4 3 3 6 EE 172
Logic Circuits and Digital Math 71
EE 177 Electronics 4 3 3 6 Phy 41
Math 71
ME 151 Thermodynamics 3 3 0 3 Phys 41/41.9
Total 19 16 9 25

Fourth Year, Second Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Hist 5 Life and Works of Rizal 3 3 0 3 None
ES 65 Mechanics of Fluids 3 3 0 3 ES 62
ES 92 Engineering Management 3 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
EE 148 Electrical Machines 3 2 3 5 EE 147
EE 150 Power System Analysis I 3 3 0 3 EE 147
ES 81
EE 182 Communication Systems 4 3 3 6 EE 173
Total 19 17 6 23
Summer: EE Practicum (320 Hours)

Fifth Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
EE 158 Electrical System Design 3 2 3 5 EE 150
EE 179 Linear Control Systems 3 3 0 3 EE 133
Computer Architecture and
EE 188 Organization 3 3 0 3 EE 177
Electrical Engineering Research
EE 199 and/or Project 3 1 6 7 Cand for Grad
EE Elective 3 3 0 3 5th Year Standing
EE Elective 3 3 0 3
Total 18 15 9 24

Fifth Year, Second Semester

Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)
No. Lec Lab Total
Science, Technology and
STS 1 Society 3 3 0 3 5th Year Standing
Industrial Electronics and
EE 176 Instrumentation 3 2 3 5 EE 173
Electrical Engineering Laws,
EE 181 Code, Ethics, etc. 3 2 3 5 Cand for Grad
ECE 191 EE Laws, Trips and Seminars 3 2 3 5 Math 71
EE Elective 3 3 0 3 5th Year Standing
EE Elective 3 3 0 3 5th Year Standing
Total 18 15 9 24
C A T AL O GU E O F
CATALOGUE OF COURSECO UR S E

EE 123 ELEMENTARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Fundamentals of electric and magnetic circuits; direct and alternating


current machinery; elementary distribution system and electrical wiring; laboratory
exercises.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : Math 71 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus III) and
Phys 41 (General Phys III)

EE 124 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS AND MEASUREMENTS

Fundamental of electronic devices and circuits; electrical


measurements and their industrial applications.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 123 (Elementary Electrical Engineering)

EE 125 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND CONTROL

Theory and characteristic of electrical equipment; associated devices and


circuits for their control; application in power and industrial systems.

Credit : 3 unit (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 124 (Industrial Electronics and Measurements)

EE 128 ELECTRICAL LABORATORY AND INSTRUMENTATION I

Basic skills in fabricating electrical and electronics circuits including


soldering, wire wrapping, PCB fabrication; house wiring; safe laboratory practices.

Credit : 1 unit (3 hrs lec)


Co-requisite(s): EE 131 (Electrical Circuit Theory I)

EE 129 ELECTRICAL LABORATORY AND INSTRUMENTATION II


Laboratory procedures; data analysis; standard electric instruments and
circuits; basic electric circuit behavior; transducers.
Credit : 1 unit (3 hrs lab)
Prerequisite(s) : EE 131 (Electrical Circuit Theory I)
EE 131 ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT THEORY I
Circuit parameters; circuit laws, principles and theorems; DC circuits;
networks; response of linear networks to constant and exponential excitation; circuits in
the sinusoidal steady-state; phasor algebra.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s): Math 71 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus III) and
Phys 41 (General Physics III)
EE 132 ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT THEORY II
Polyphase circuits; complex frequency; adjustable circuits in the
sinusoidal steady-state; magnetically coupled circuits; Laplace transforms.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 131 (Electrical Circuit Theory I)
EE 133 ADVANCED CIRCUIT THEORY

Two port networks; state variable analysis; Fourier analysis; Fourier


transforms; image parameters and conventional filters.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 132 (Electrical Circuit Theory II)

EE 136 ELECTROMAGNETICS I

Introduction to vector analysis; electrostatics, dielectric materials;


conductors; steady magnetic field coupled circuits; magnetic materials; time varying
fields; Maxwell's equation; some application of Maxwell's equations.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : Phys 41 (General Physics III) and
Math 81 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus III)

EE 137 ELECTROMAGNETICS II

Uniform plane-wave propagation in unbounded media; antennas effect of


boundaries on electromagnetic fields and waves; transmission line theory and solution in the time
and frequency domains; reflection and refraction of uniform plane waves; wave guides and
cavities; relation of field theory to circuit theory; ray scattering, diffraction and interference.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 131 (Electrical Circuit Theory I)

EE 147 ENERGY CONVERSION


Principles of energy conversion with emphasis on DC and AC machines;
alternative energy conversion processes.
Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)
Prerequisite(s) : EE 132 (Electrical Circuit Theory II)
EE 148 ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
Transformer principles and applications; converters; laboratory exercises
on electrical machines.
Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
Prerequisite(s) : EE 147 (Energy Conversion)
EE 150 POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS I
Electric power industry; transmission line parameters; electrical design of
power transmission lines; power system representation; per unit system; network
calculations; symmetrical faults; symmetrical components.
Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)
Prerequisite(s) : EE 147 (Energy Conversion)
EE 151 POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS II
Formulation of a mathematical model of a power system; numerical
solution of equations; load flow studies; computer methods.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 150 (Power System Analysis I) and
ES 84 (Numerical Methods)
EE 152 POWER PLANT DESIGN

The location, erection and arrangement for modern power plants and
substations; layout of main and auxiliary circuits for control, protection, metering and
house power with the study in the laboratory of the operation of various relays and circuit
breakers.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 148 (Electrical Machinery)

EE 153 FAULT ANALYSIS


Analysis of unbalanced electrical circuits; calculation of the constant of
synchronous machines, transformers, short transmission lines and cables; fault
calculations.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 150 (Power System Analysis I)

EE 154 POWER SYSTEM STABILITY

Stability conditions of synchronous machines and electric power systems


under both steady and transient loads.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 153 (Fault Analysis)

EE 155 POWER SYSTEM ECONOMICS

Economics of energy generation and operation; optimization methods;


optimal load flow studies.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 151 (Power System Analysis II)

EE 156 POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION

Fundamental relay operating principles and characteristics; current,


voltage, directional, differential distance, wire-pilot, carrier-current pilot and microwave-
pilot relays; current and voltage transformers; ac generator, motor, transformer, bus and
line protection.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 153 (Fault Analysis)

EE 157 POWER SYSTEM RELIABILITY

Basic concepts; measures and models; reliability of generation,


transmission, distribution and composite systems.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 151 (Power System Analysis II)

EE 158 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN

Choice of systems, selection and arrangement of electrical equipment for


residential, commercial and industrial plants; building and factory wiring; illumination.
Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
Prerequisite(s) : EE 150 (Power System Analysis I)

EE 171 ELECTRONIC MATERIALS AND DEVICES

Conductors, semi-conductors and insulators; introduction to electron and semi-


conductor physics, solid-state and vacuum tube devices; discrete and integrated circuit
components and fabrication technology, diode circuits and applications voltage regulators
and power supplies), piecewise linear models for electronic devices. Detailed study of
bipolar semi-conductor and field effect transistors; dc-biasing of BJT’s and FET’s.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : Math 71 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus III) corequisite:
EE131 (Electrical Circuit Theory I)

EE 172 ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS I

DC-biasing of BJT's and FET's; transistor circuit configurations of BJT's


and FET's; design of BJT and FET single stage amplifiers; dc and ac load line analysis;
thermal stabilization. Transistor voltage regulators and power supplies; Small signal;
equivalent circuits of BJT’s and FET’s at LF, MF, & HF; Frequency response and
bode plots. introduction and application of PSPICE in the different transistor
configurations; laboratory works for verification of topics taken in lectures.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 171 (Electronic Materials and Devices) and
EE 131 (Electrical Circuit Theory I)

EE 173 ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS II

DC and AC amplifiers; feedback; cascaded connections; multistage


frequency effects; band pass amplifiers; large signal amplifiers; differential amplifiers;
operational amplifiers; wave shaping circuits.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 172 (Electronics Circuits I)

EE 176 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION

Study of electronic components and devices used in high power industrial


applications and detectors for the measurement and control of industrial process
variables; electronic, magnetic, hydraulic and mechanical control devices; analysis and
synthesis of performance characteristics of control systems.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 173 (Electronics Circuits II)
EE 177 LOGIC CIRCUITS AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

Boolean algebra; number systems; codes for digital information; map


method of expressions simplification; combinational circuits; sequential circuits; SSI,
MSI, LSI, digital integration circuits; laboratory works for verification of topics taken up
in lectures.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : Math 71 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus III) and
Phys 41 (General Physics III)
EE 178 INFORMATION THEORY

Information as a measurable quantity. Discrete information sources;


source coding; minimum redundancy codes; unique decodability; the source coding
theorem. Discrete memoryless channels; calculation of capability; channel coding and
decoding; the noisy channel coding theorem. Introduction to error-correcting codes.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : ES 85 (Probability and Statistics in Engineering) and
CSc 121 (Data Structures I)

EE 179 LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS

Analysis of linear control systems; control systems components, block


diagrams, transfer functions; flow graphs; bode and polar plots; frequency response; state
variables; state diagrams; types of controllers, system stability.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 133 (Advanced Circuit Theory) and

EE 181 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAWS, CODE, ETHICS. ETC.

Laws affecting the practice of Electrical Engineering; contracts;


specifications and professional ethics.
Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
Prerequisite(s) : Candidate for graduation

EE 182 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

Electronic circuits for communication systems; modulation and


demodulation techniques; electronic transmitters and receivers; introduction to digital
communication.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : ES 81 (Mathematical Methods in Engineering I) and
EE 173 (Electronics Circuits II)

EE 186 TRANSMISSION LINES AND ANTENNAS

Analysis and design of transmission lines and antenna systems;


measurements if line parameters; characteristics impedance; velocity of propagation;
standing wave ratio; stub matching; phasing of antenna currents; self input; impedance
radiation resistance; frequency response measurement of material impedance and
coefficient of coupling receiving antenna characteristics.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 132 (Electrical Circuit Theory II) and
EE 136 (Electromagnetics I)

EE 188 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE

Elements of computer design; logic design subsystems; central processor;


microprogram control; arithmetic logic unit; I/O organization; assembly language
programming study of a hypothetical computer, microcomputer architecture and
organization.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 177 (Logic Circuits and Digital Electronics)
EE 191/CSC 141 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

Set theory, the Peano axiom system, graph theory, paths and trees,
generating functions. Algebraic structures, semigroups, permutation groups, automata,
lattices, and mathematical logic. Finite field and coding.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : Math 71 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus III)

EE 193/CSC 112 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAM

Study of popular microprocessors and microcomputer systems; assembly


language programming; assemblers and macro processors; linkers and loaders.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : CSc 101 (Introduction to Computer Programming)

EE 194/CSC 127 MICROCOMPUTER BASED DESIGN

Merit of microcomputer-based design; microcomputer hardware; processor,


memory and peripheral devices; microcomputer registers and addressing modes; data
manipulation; I/O handling; memory mapped I/O DMA; interrupting; multi-processor systems.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : CSc 112 (Computer Organization and Architecture) and
CSc121 (Data Structures I)

EE 195/CSC 121 DATA STRUCTURE I

Concepts, algorithms and applications of data structures: Linear list,


stacks and queues. Recursion of singly and doubly linked lists, trees, generalized lists.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : CSc 101 (Introduction to Computer Programming)
EE 196/CSC 122 DATA STRUCTURE II

Multilinked structures, strings, graphs, tables, files: Logical and physical


file structures. Secondary storage devices. Sequential, direct, indexed files. Data
compaction. Implementation of file organization.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : CSc 121 (Data Structures I)
EE 198 RESEARCH METHODS
Study of the different methods of research in preparation of making a
research and/or project proposal.
Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)
Prerequisite(s) : Fourth Year Standing
EE 199 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH AND/OR PROJECT
Design, fabrication and testing of electrical hardware and equipment in the
field of power, communications, instrumentation controls, computers, etc.

Credit : 3 units (1 hrs lec, 6 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : Candidate for Graduation
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With the advancement of science and technology in the present generation


industrialization becomes a major factor in uplifting the economic status of the country.
The growth in industry, communication and computerization made the field of
Electronics and Communications Engineering becomes the latest trend in offering degree
programs. In order to support this fast growth, the Institute offers the BS Electronics and
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1. Students will learn and obtain a baccalaureate education necessary to understand


the impact of Electronics and Communication Engineering in a global, societal
and environmental context consistent with the principles of sustainable
development.

2. Students will obtain an appreciation for and an ability to engage in their life-long
learning process and become effective engineers in the workplace of the future.
3. Students will be able to conduct research activities and extension services for the
benefit of the community.

4. Students will experience an academic environment that facilitates and encourages


learning retention and will also be well prepared for graduate school to further
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First Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Eng 1 College English I 3 3 0 3 None
Fil 1 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 3 0 3 None
Math 17 Algebra and Trigonometry 6 6 0 6 None
Hist 1 Philippine History 3 3 0 3 None
Hist 5 Life and Works of Rizal 3 3 0 3 None
PE 1 Physical Fitness and Health 2 2 0 2 None
NSTP 1 National Service Training (3) None
Program 1
Total 20 20 0 20

First Year, Second Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Eng 2 College English II 3 3 0 3 Eng 1
Chem 12 Fundamentals of Chemistry 3 3 0 3 Math 17
Chem Fundamentals of Chemistry 1 0 3 3 Math 17
12.1 Lab
Math 51 Analytic Geometry and 6 6 0 6 Math 17
Calculus I
Phys 21 General Physics I 3 3 0 3 Math 17
Phys 21.1 Laboratory Physics I 1 0 3 3 Math 17
Hist 3 History of the Muslim 3 3 0 3 None
Filipinos and the Indigenous
Peoples of MINSUPALA
PE 2 Martial Arts/Dance 2 2 0 2 PE 1
NSTP 2 National Service Training (3) NSTP 1
Program 2
Total 22 20 6 26

Second Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Eng 3 Oral Communication 3 3 0 3 None
Bio 1 Basic Biology 3 3 0 3 Math 17
Analytic Geometry and
Math 61 Calculus II 6 6 0 6 Math 51
Phys 31 General Physics II 3 3 0 3 Phys 21
Phys 31.1 Laboratory Physics II 1 0 3 3 Phys 21
PE 3 Individual and Dual Sports 2 2 0 2 PE 1
ES 51 Engineering Drawing 2 0 6 6 Math 51
Total 20 17 9 26
Second Year, Second Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Eng 4 Introduction to Literature 3 3 0 3 Eng 2
Introduction to Computer
CSc 101 Programming 3 2 3 5 Math 17
Analytic Geometry and
Math 71 Calculus III 6 6 0 6 Math 61
Phys 21,
Phys 41 General Physics III 3 3 0 3 Phys 21.1
Phys 21,
Phys 41.1 Laboratory Physics III 1 0 3 3 Phys 21.1
Philippine Government and
Constitution, Agrarian
Reform, Taxation, Family
Planning and Population
Pol Sci 2 Education 3 3 0 3 None
PE 4 Team Sports 2 2 0 2 PE 1
Total 21 19 6 25

Third Year, First Semester

Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


No. Lec Lab Total
Math 71, Phys
ES 61 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 3 0 3 21, Phys 21.1
Mathematical Methods of
ES 81 Engineering I 3 3 0 3 Math 71
Probability and Statistics in
ES 85 Engineering 3 3 0 3 Math 71
Electrical Engineering
Laboratory and
EE 128 Instrumentation I 1 0 3 3 EE 131
Math 71
EE 131 Electrical Circuit Theory I 3 3 0 3 Phys 41
Math 71
Electrical Materials And EE 131 (co-
EE 171 Devices 3 3 0 3 requisite)
Logic Circuits and Digital Math 71
EE 177 Electronics 4 3 3 6 Phys 41
Total 20 18 6 24

Third Year, Second Semester

Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)


Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)
No. Lec Lab Total
ES 62 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies 3 3 0 3 ES 61
ES 84 Numerical Methods 3 2 3 5 ES 81,CSc 101
Electrical Engineering
EE 129 Laboratory 1 0 3 3 EE 131
EE 132 Electrical Circuit Theory II 3 3 0 3 EE 131
Phys 41
EE 136 Electromagnetics 3 3 0 3 Math 71
EE 171
EE 172 Electronics Circuits I 4 3 3 6 EE 131
ES 81
ECE 120 Signals and Spectra 3 3 0 3 EE 171
Total 20 17 9 26
Fourth Year, First Semester
Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)
No. Lec Lab Total
Mechanics of Deformable
ES 64 Bodies 3 3 0 3 ES 61
EE 147 Energy Conversion 3 3 0 3 EE 132
EE 173 Electronics Circuit II 4 3 3 6 EE 172
ECE 121 Communication Theory 1 3 3 0 3 ECE 120
Transmission Lines and EE 132
ECE 137 Antennas 3 2 3 5 EE 136
Fundamentals of Electronic
ECE 151 Instrumentation 3 2 3 5 EE 172
Total 19 16 9 25
Fourth Year, Second Semester
Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)
No. Lec Lab Total
ES 65 Mechanics of Fluids 3 3 0 3 ES 62
Computer Architecture and
EE 188 Organization 3 3 0 3 EE 177
ECE 122 Communication Theory II 3 3 0 3 ECE 121
ECE 122
ECE 130 Communication Laboratory I 1 0 3 3 ECE 138
Microwave Communication
and
ECE 138 Navigational Aids 3 3 0 3 ECE 137
Industrial Electronics and EE 173
ECE 152 Instrumentation 3 2 3 5 ECE 151
ES 81
ECE 172 Linear Control and Systems 3 3 0 3 EE 173
Total 19 17 6 23
Summer: ECE Practicum (320 Hours)
Fifth Year, First Semester
Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)
No. Lec Lab Total
ES 91 Engineering Economy 3 3 0 3 4th Year Standing
ECE 117 Audio and Electro-Acoustics 3 3 0 3 ECE 121
ECE 123 Communication Theory III 3 3 0 3 ECE 121
ECE 124 Communication Theory IV 3 3 0 3 ECE 121
Electronics Communication
ECE 131 Laboratory II 1 0 3 3 ECE 123
ECE 199 Research and/or Projects 3 1 6 7 5th Year Standing
Elective 3 3 0 3
Total 19 16 9 25
Fifth Year, Second Semester
Course Course Title Units Hrs/Wk Prerequisite(s)
No. Lec Lab Total

Hum 1 Introduction to Humanities 3 3 0 3 None


ES 92 Engineering Management 3 3 0 3
Science, Technology and
STS 1 Society 3 3 0 3 5th Year Standing
ECE Laws, Trips and
EC 191 Seminars 3 2 3 5 5th Year Standing
Elective 3 3 0 3
Elective 3 3 0 3
Total 18 17 3 20
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ECE 112 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

Electronic circuits for communication systems; Signals, spectra


and noise; Modulation and demodulation techniques; Electronic transmitters and
receivers; AM, FM; Introduction to digital communication; optical communication,
satellite communication, Laboratory works for verification of topics taken up in
lectures.

Credit : 4 units (3 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : ES 81 (Mathematical Methods in Engineering I) and
EE 172 (Electronics Circuits I)

ECE 117 AUDIO AND ELECTRO-ACOUSTICS


Study of the fundamentals of acoustics; Vibration isolation systems;
Motion of vibrating string and membranes having non-rigid support; Plane waves of
sound; Microphones; Sound propagation in tubes and horns; Loudspeakers; Wave
theory of room acoustics; Sound recording and reproduction;

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : ECE 121 (Communications Theory I)

ECE 120 SIGNALS AND SPECTRA

Signals, spectra and noise; Laplace transform, Fourier transform, z-


transform, convolution, correlation, spectral analysis.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : ES 81 (Mathematical Methods in Engineering I) and
EE 171 (Electronics Materials and Devices)

ECE 121 COMMUNICATION THEORY 1

Study of standard AM, FM, and television broadcast practice; Signals


and studio equipment; Fundamentals of monochrome and color TV systems;
Image reproducing equipment; Television receivers; Video recording systems;
Principles and types of wireless communication systems; Carrier
transmission systems; Mobile radio communication systems; Cellular systems
and standards; Satellite communication system.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : ECE 120 (Signals and Spectra)

ECE 122 COMMUNICATION THEORY II


Study of telephony; Principles of switching; types of telephone exchange;
Traffic engineering and trucking; Information theory; Cable distribution systems;
optical communication.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec),


Prerequisite(s) : ECE 121 (Communication Theory I)
ECE 123 COMMUNICATION THEORY III

Study of PCM, DPCM, and high frequency digital systems (PSK, FSK,OOK); digital
communication for both point-to-point and switched applications; optimum receiver structures and
transmitters; signal shaping for binary and M-ary signal transmissions; FDM and TDM; data
transmissions; Noise in digital communications; Information theory and Rate distortion theory;
Channel coding; Coded modulation; Spread Spectrum communications, Optimum receiver
structures and transmitter; codes for digital information.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : ECE 121 (Communication Theory I)

ECE 124 COMMUNICATION THEORY IV

Theory and components of data communication systems, modes, codes,


error detection and correction techniques for data transmission; and network protocols,
common carrier services; packet switching; local area networks (LANS); Introduction to
distributed and parallel processing.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : ECE 121 (Communication Theory I)

ECE 137 TRANSMISSION LINES AND ANTENNAS

Study of wave motion; Wave propagation; Uniform plane waves;


Analysis and design of transmission lines and antenna systems; Measurement of line
parameters; Characteristic impedance; Standing wave ratio; Impedance
matching; Stub matching; Transmission line components; Types of antennas; Phasing
of antenna currents; Self input; Impedance radiation resistance; Electromagnetic
radiation; Frequency response measurement of materials; Impedance and
coefficient of coupling; Receiving antenna characteristics; Effects of ground on
antennas; free-space path loss; Extra terrestrial communications.

Credit : 3 units ( 3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 136 (Electromagnetics I) and
EE 132 (Electrical Circuit Theory II)

ECE 138 MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION AND NAVIGATIONAL AIDS

Review of Maxwell's equations. Propagation phenomena of plane


waves in dielectric and conducting media. Transmission lines, waveguides and
resonators, Study of passive and active microwave devices and circuitry;
Microwave waveguides; Waveguide Coupling, matching and attenuation;
Cavity resonators; S-matrix; Z-matrix; Microwave communication systems;
Antennas and radiation. Instruments and equipment used in navigation, e.g. radar,
VOR, ILS, MLS, DME, LORAN, SONAR, etc.
Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)
Prerequisite(s) : ECE 137 (Transmission Lines and Antennas)

ECE 130 COMMUNICATION LABORATORY I

Laboratory work on microwave, wire and wireless communication.

Credit : 1 unit (3 hrs lab)


Corequisites
: ECE 122 (Communication Theory II) and
ECE 138 (Microwave Communication and Navigational
Aids)
ECE 131 ELECTRONICS COMMUNICATION LABORATORY II

Laboratory work on digital communication, optical communication and


data communication

Credit : 1 unit (3 hrs lab)


Corequisite : ECE 123 (Communication Theory III)

*ECE 135 DIGITAL & ANALOGUE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

Technologies of digital integrated circuits; TTL, ECL, IIL, DTL and


MOS; analogue integrated circuits device characteristics and models; IC operational
amplifiers analysis and design; feedback amplifiers, stability and frequency
compensation techniques; non-linear analogue circuits.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 173 (Electronics Circuit II)

ECE 151 FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION

Study of DC bridges, AC bridges, AC detection, DC meters,


electronic volt-ohm-milliammeters; digital multimeters; attenuators; filters; triggered
sweep and storage oscilloscopes; spectrum wave analyzers; frequency counters;
timers; function generators; harmonic analyzing instruments; Laboratory works for
instrument familiarization and verification of topics taken up in lectures.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 172 (Electronics Circuit I)

ECE 152 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION

Study of electronic components and devices used in high power


industrial applications and detectors for the measurement and control of industrial
process variables. Electronic, magnetic, hydraulic and mechanical control devices.
Analysis and synthesis of performance characteristics of control systems. Laboratory
work on linear control systems; industrial electronics and instrumentation.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 173 (Electronics Circuit II) and
ECE 151 (Fundamentals of Electronic Instrumentation)

ECE 172 LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS

Analysis of linear control systems; control systems components, block


diagrams, transfer functions; flow graphs; bode and polar plots; frequency response;
state variables; state diagrams; types of controllers, system stability.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : ES 81 (Mathematical Methods in Engineering I) and
EE 173 (Electronics Circuit II)

ECE 176 MEDICAL ELECTRONICS


Study of electronics devices and systems used in clinical diagnosis
such as x-ray, EKG, etc., therapeutics; patient, monitoring systems; bio-electronics.
Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)
Prerequisite(s) : 5th Year Standing
ECE 178 INTRODUCTION TO NEURAL NETWORKS

Study of the fundamental theories in Neural Networks;


Applications of neural networks; Programming of some applications.

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : 5th Year Standing

ECE 179 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

Detailed study of one-dimensional discrete-time linear systems and


signals; Discrete-time Fourier transform; Fast Fourier transform. Discrete
convolution; Z-transform; Sampled data systems; Digital filters & design; DSP
architecture.

Credit : 3 units (3 hrs lec)


Prerequisite(s) : 5th Year Standing

ECE 191 ECE LAWS, TRIPS AND SEMINARS

Laws affecting the practice of Electronics and Communications


Engineering; contracts; specifications and professional ethics. Visits to industrial
plants and communication installations; reports on such visits; preparation and
discussion of papers on assigned topics and special problems. Engineering safety and
special current topics

Credit : 3 units (2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab)


Prerequisite(s) : 5th Year Standing

ECE 195 MICROELECTRONICS

Study of micro-electronics devices and design of integrated circuits.

Credit : 3 units ( 2 hrs lec, 3 hrs lab.)


Prerequisite(s) : EE 173 (Electronics Circuit II)

ECE 196 SPECIAL TOPICS

Study of current / latest development in the field.

ECE 199/EC 199 RESEARCH AND/OR SPECIAL PROJECT

Study of the different methods of research in preparation of


making a project proposal. Design, fabrication and testing of electronic hardware and
equipment in the field of electronics, instrumentation and controls,
communication and computers.
Credit : 3 units (1 hr lec, 6 hrs lab)
Prerequisite(s) : 5th Year Standing