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Program: Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT)

Goals of the School of Industrial Technology:

Instruction

  1. Attain AACCUP higher level of accredited status in Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology
  2. Continuously provide higher and advanced education and training through a responsive and relevant curriculum that will produce effective technology-driven manpower and ensure employability of graduates in their respective professions
  3. Employ faculty with appropriate Master’s and Doctorate degree and/or National Competency in the different areas of concentration
  4. Strengthen the competence and commitment of the faculty by providing continuing in-service training programs, staff development, and upgrading of skills through industrial immersion
  5. Continuously exhibit and nurture a culture of excellence

Research

  1. Initiate and undertake research in hospitality and allied fields
  2. Involve both the faculty and students in conducting educational researches
  3. Link with both private and public organizations/agencies in conducting technological and scientific researches
  4. Present research outputs in conferences, fora, etc.

Extension

  1. Continuously conduct extension activities involving faculty and students
  2. Collaborate and share expertise with local and global entities
  3. Present extension activities to appropriate bodies

Production

  1. Collaborate with the Campus Resource Generation Unit (CRGU) as regards income generation to augment the School Fund
  2. Increase resource generation capability through production of technologies, utilization of resources and academe-based entrepreneurial undertakings

The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) degree program shall:

  1. produce globally competent and quality graduates who have acquired appropriate knowledge and technical skills, developed personal and social values and become adaptive to the work environment;
  2. inculcate in its students the value of independent and life-long learning;
  3. provide valuable services to and share expertise and facilities with various stakeholders on the transfer and promotion of industrial technology services for local, regional and national benefit; and
  4. harness and undertake relevant researches in industrial technology directed towards mission-critical, public-service-sensitive, development-management-supportive and revenue-generating areas.

In the light of the foregoing general objectives, the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) specifically aims to produce the following sequential levels of competencies:

First Year–Second Year:

A comprehensive knowledge and deep understanding of the latest in industrial technology and its application to the business industry; provision of knowledge, skills and attitudes required to gather, interpret and convey information in response to workplace requirements; provision to work in team environment, practice career professionalism and practice occupational health and safety procedures -- Automotive Servicing: competencies that one must achieve such as inspect, clean and repair mechanical or electrical parts, components, assemblies and sub-assemblies of light and heavy-duty automotive vehicle with diesel or gas engine in accordance with manufacturer’s specification; engine tune-up for both diesel and gasoline; servicing of engine mechanical components such as cooling and lubricating system; and performing power train and underchassis servicing; Electrical Servicing: competencies that one must achieve such as to enable him/her to perform installation, maintenance and commissioning of electrical wiring and related equipment where the voltage does not exceed 600 volts in residential/buildings; Electronics Servicing: competencies that one must possess such as assemble/disassemble, maintain and repair electronically domestic appliances, audio-video products and systems and cellular phones; Drafting: competencies that one must achieve such as interpret sketches, prepare basic engineering drawing and perform basic engineering drafting.

Third Year–Fourth Year:

A comprehensive knowledge and deep understanding of the latest in industrial technology and its application to the business industry; provision of knowledge, skills and attitudes required to gather, interpret and convey information in response to workplace requirements; provision to work in team environment, practice career professionalism and practice occupational health and safety procedures -- Automotive Servicing: competencies that one must achieve in the field of automotive servicing in accordance with industry standards such as test and repair electrical security system/components, service and repair electronic engine management system, overhaul engines and associated components, service automatic transmission, perform maintenance service check-up and repair of air-conditioning system, and service and aircon compressor and associated components; LPG conversion competencies such as to install LPG conversion kit, test and adjust LPG calibration, service LPG system, and replace diesel-fuel with LPG-fuel engine; Electrical Servicing: competencies that will equip one with knowledge, operational skills and attitudes in electrical installation and maintenance that include installation, servicing and maintaining, troubleshooting works; Electronics Servicing: core competencies that one must possess such as commission consumer electronic products and systems, develop servicing system for consumer electronic products and train service technician in accordance with the industry standards; basic competencies such as lead workplace communication, lead small teams, develop and practice negotiation skills, solve problems related to work activities, use mathematical concepts and techniques and use relevant technologies; Drafting: competencies that one must achieve such as draft architectural layout and detail, be it structural, electrical/electronic, sanitary/plumbing, and mechanical drawings, using both CAD system and manual drafting methods.

Hence, upon completion of this degree program, the students with the necessary competencies perform the duties, responsibilities and acquired attitude relevant to the job titles of: Software Developer, Multimedia Authoring Specialist/Programmer, Computer Animation Expert, Robotics Technology Specialist, Applications Developer, Information Technology Instructor, Information Security Specialist, Quality Assurance Specialist, and Systems Developer.

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