College Objectives and Goals
In the light of the Notre Dame University Vision – Mission Statement and Core Values, the College of Engineering and Computer Studies seeks to help the students develop their Intellectual, Emotional, and Spiritual Faculties to become competent Professionals and God-fearing individuals, imbued with Social Conscience and Responsibility. It further Aims to produce Graduates who:
Message from the Department Head
Greetings! I hope this message finds you all in good health and high spirits. In the rapidly changing landscape of technology and innovation, it is crucial for us to stay up to date with current trends in our field of Computer Studies. Our ability to adapt and embrace these trends will not only shape our individual successes but also enhance the reputation and competitiveness of our college in local and global employment markets.
The world is experiencing a rapid pace of technological advancements, and as a community of aspiring computer professionals, it is vital that we remain at the forefront of these developments. By staying well-informed about the latest breakthroughs, industry practices, and emerging technologies, we can equip ourselves with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in our careers.
To achieve this, I encourage both faculty and students to actively engage in continuous learning and professional development. Attend workshops, seminars, and conferences both within our college and in external domains. Participate in relevant online courses, hackathons, and research projects that expose us to cutting-edge ideas and practical applications. Seek out opportunities for internships and cooperative programs to gain hands-on experience in real-world settings. By doing so, we will ensure that our academic endeavors are complemented by a strong understanding of industry requirements.
While technical proficiency is essential, let us not overlook the significance of incorporating values into our education and professional pursuits. In today’s interconnected world, ethical considerations, sustainability, diversity, and social responsibility are no longer optional add-ons but integral components of our work. Let us prioritize these values, infusing them into our projects, research, and interactions with colleagues and the wider community. By fostering an environment that values integrity, empathy, and inclusivity, we can produce graduates who not only possess technical prowess but are also exemplary global citizens.
Moreover, let us remember the power of collaboration and interdisciplinary work. The challenges we face in computer studies often require multidisciplinary approaches. By embracing teamwork and actively seeking collaborations across different disciplines, we can foster innovative ideas and solutions that address complex problems effectively.
Together, we have the opportunity to shape the future and leave a lasting impact on society. Let us embrace the current trends, constantly challenge ourselves, and cultivate a community of competitive and values-driven individuals who are well-prepared to make significant contributions in both local and global employment markets.
Thank you for your dedication, passion, and commitment to the College of Engineering and Computer Studies. Let us move forward together, empowering ourselves and inspiring those around us.
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Bachelor of Multimedia Arts
Faculty and Staff
Dr. Raymond G. Mamaril
Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Studies
Civil and Electronics Engineering
Engr. Audrey B. Aba
Civil Engineering Faculty
Engr. Florentino P. Bongcawel
Engr. Elijah Excel C. Dayrit
Engr. Norhaine A. Enok
Engr. Abdulbady E. Mandugay
Engr. Ebrahim A, Omar
Engr. Gerald Jeff Pastidio
Electronics Engineering Faculty
Engr. Martin Edison B. Buencillo
Engr. Gil Joseph P. Donato
Engr. Christian Jade G. Reyes
Computer Engineering and Computer Studies
Engr. Joehaima K. Jul
Computer Engineering Faculty
Engr. Jomel M. Avenido
Engr. Irene Cecile L. Calaycay
Engr. Princess Jenan M. Kasuyo
Engr. Artche I. Padayhag
Computer Science Faculty
Prof. Alberto A. Elveña, Jr.
Prof. Johaira U. Lidasan
Prof. Masako Elizabeth S. Magno
Prof. Martina P. Tagacay
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
Engr. Danilo C. Padas
Mechanical Engineering Faculty
Engr. Jeremie L. Mago
Engr. Emmanuel R. Martinez
Engr. Sharaful-Ilmi A. Paduman
Engr. Norhaya P. Pango
Engr. Hanly O. Sabdani
Electrical Engineering Faculty
Engr. Cris Angelo E. Diazon
Engr. Erwin V. Castillo
Joseph Alvin B. Eleuterio – Supervisor
Randfordjin C. Chua – Assistant
Mariam A. Ampakay-Mokamad
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