Vision, Mission & Objectives

VISION

The College of Engineering Education of the Jose Maria College aims to be the premier educational institution in the Philippines and in Asia Pacific Region committed to upholding the culture of excellence to the development and skills in science and technology.

MISSION

The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program shall provide a relevant curriculum that is focused on the advancement of engineering technical knowledge; to establish the culture of excellence that shall harness the potentials of the youths based on the principles of spirituality, righteousness, peace and harmony, productivity, patriotism and ecological integrity through academic and non-academic programs in response to the challenges and demands of the 21st century.

Specifically, the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program shall strive to:

1. Focus on building a good foundation to realize the VMG through relevant and responsive student development plans, sustainable community-based programs and appropriate research project with the application of advanced engineering technology.


2. To create, disseminate and integrate knowledge of engineering, science and technology that expands our civil engineering knowledge base, which in turn enables the betterment of human society.


3. Enhance the ecological integrity through the implementation of community-based programs and research projects relevant to and applying advanced engineering technology;


4. Offer up to date and relevant programs in an environment where there is equitable access to advanced civil engineering technology resources regardless of nationality, culture, and religious affiliation;


5. Maintain an intellectually challenging, yet supportive and welcoming environment that encourages and enables our students, faculty and staff to achieve their best in a diverse community.


6. Be recognized by our peers as a highly effective leader in the conduct of interdisciplinary research and the development of innovative approaches to solving civil engineering problems.


 

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Program aims to train individuals to be competent and ethical world class Civil Engineering professionals who can:

1. Enter the profession of Civil Engineering and advance in the profession to become registered professional engineers and leaders in the field of Civil Engineering;


2. Upgrade and innovate their skills through exposure to state-of-the-art methodologies of the different tools applied in the field of engineering ;


3. Develop expertise in one of the sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering and engage in the life-long learning necessary to advance in the Civil Engineering profession;


4. Enhance, adopt to relevant research, and apply relevant engineering literacy and problem solving skills to support lifelong personal and professional development;


5. Provide quality civil engineering technology related services to the JMC community, the locality, region, and extend its services globally.


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The Faculty

Engr. Roldan G. Suazo

Engr. Roldan G. Suazo

Dean of College

Roldan.Suazo@jmc.edu.ph

  (082) 234 7272

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Engr. Dominador G. Ruiz

Engr. Dominador G. Ruiz

Faculty / Lab. Custodian

Dominador.Ruiz@jmc.edu.ph

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Arch. Dionne Alfred M. Garcia

Arch. Dionne Alfred M. Garcia

Faculty

Dionne.Garcia@jmc.edu.ph

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Engr. Nancy P. Pacba

Engr. Nancy P. Pacba

Faculty

Nancy.Pacba@jmc.edu.ph

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Engr. Nardo G. Narisma

Engr. Nardo G. Narisma

Faculty

Nardo.Narisma@jmc.edu.ph

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Engr. Anastacio D. Hular

Engr. Anastacio D. Hular

Faculty

Anastacio.Hular@jmc.edu.ph

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Engr. Patrick L. Canama

Engr. Patrick L. Canama

Faculty

Patrick.Canama@jmc.edu.ph

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Engr. Winnie L. Benitez

Engr. Winnie L. Benitez

Faculty

Winnie.Benitez@jmc.edu.ph

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