Engineers work in a diverse field, which harness their knowledge and skills as critical thinkers and problem solvers. Engineers do not just build or fix things; they provide solutions and ultimately make the environment and life better for everyone.
The college recognizes the importance of engineering in nearly all aspects of human life, with the aim of training students to become efficient and effective within their respective disciplines and be of service to society. CEDE has designed and structured four-year programs that encourage professional engineering practice and growth. Our programs balance scientific theories with real-world applications in environmental design and engineering. Also, the CEDE has implemented the Outcomes-Based Education System that prepares and develops students to be ready to enter the world of work after graduation, as well as to pass the licensure examination.
By enrolling in any of our programs, you understand not just how and why products and technologies work the way they do but also how to solve complex issues and problems to benefit your organization and society.
This program prepares you for a profession in which knowledge of mathematical and physical sciences, gained through study and practice, is applied with judgement to utilize materials and to harness nature. With emphasis on doing this efficiently, functionally, economically, safely and regard with the environment, the program trains students to become engineers who work to enhance and protect the environment and to provide mankind with facilities for community living, industry, transportation, and structures.
Career Paths/Related Careers: Civil engineers can pursue roles involved in construction, projects, geotechnical and soils, geo-environment, water resources, structures, transportation, research, entrepreneurship, design, consultancy, and education.
The Computer Engineering program trains you to apply engineering principles and methodologies in the analysis, design, implementation and management of hardware, software, and the integration of both.
Career Paths/Related Careers: Computer engineering graduates can pursue careers in project engineering, network system administration, data communications, systems, technical support, quality assurance, test engineering, technopreneurship, education, and research.
Through the Electronics Engineering program, you will be trained in the integration of available and emerging technologies, with knowledge of Mathematics, and Natural, Social and Applied Sciences. You will be able to apply this training to conceptualize, design, and implement new, improved, or innovative electronic systems and equipment, computer and communication systems, devices, goods and services, and processes.
Career Paths/Related Careers: Electronic engineering graduates can pursue an engineering career in broadcasting, telecommunication, electronics design, computer systems, semiconductor manufacturing, automation, feedback, process control, robotics and mechantronics, instrumentation and telemetry, industrial electronics, signal processing, optics, and medical/biomedical electronics.
Under the Electrical Engineering program, engineering theory is enhanced by laboratory experience to train you in dealing with the generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization of electricity; thereby familiarizing you with electrical, electronic and computing equipment, and experimental techniques.
Career Paths/ Related Careers: With a degree in electrical engineering you can become a power engineer, design engineer, illumination engineer, entrepreneur, sales engineer, distribution engineer, educator, researcher, instrumentation and control engineer, safety engineer, maintenance engineer, construction and project engineer, software developer, or electrical design inspector.
The program integrates a wide variety of technology sciences with the production of goods and performance of services. Students will learn how to integrate human, information, material, monetary, and technological resources to produce quality and cost-competitive goods and services in a healthy and efficient work environment.
Career Paths/Related Careers: Industrial engineers may work in the areas of production, organization and decision systems, operations manager, consultancy engineer, ergonomics, and human factors engineering.
The BSME program prepares engineering students with the necessary knowledge and skills in mechanical design, fabrications, energy conversion, fuel and combustion technologies, heat transfer, materials, noise control and acoustics, manufacturing processes, rail transportation, automatic control, product safety and reliability, solar energy and technological impact to society.
Career Paths/ Related Careers: Graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering allows you to obtain a role as operations manager, maintenance engineer, design and consultancy engineer, production engineer, plant engineer sales and marketing engineer, fabricator, automotive engineer, instrumentation and controls engineer, biomedical engineer, or HVAC engineer.
Our four-year programs include core Mathematics and Science courses, in addition to professional and allied engineering courses. Each engineering curriculum includes about 210 to 220 units of courses spread across twelve trimesters, and is handled by qualified faculty members who hold masteral or doctoral degrees. Each program sends students to on-the-job training in reputable companies to provide them with the real-world experience. A research project in the 2nd year of the curriculum and a project study or research complete the learning experience, which is evaluated by an oral defense panel composed of faculty members, the Dean and other experts in the engineering field.
At present, the Civil Engineering program is accredited Level II by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUOA), which speaks for the high quality of instruction the program provides.
Engineering innovators, designers, and builders sought locally and abroad, our graduates are in high demand. Eighty Five Percent (85%) to 95% of our graduates are employed within three months for non-board programs, and within three months after passing the licensure examinations for board programs.
Information and Communications Technology such as Edmodo, Mathlab, Proplanner, Autodesk Softwares, such as AutoCAD, Zoom platform, Canvas Learning Management System, Microsoft Office applications, and Simulation Software such as TEKLA are integrated into the learning experience.
Opportunities for Learning
The College maintains an affiliation with language training provider, Berlitz, to enhance the English language skills of our engineering students, Infotrack for SAP Business to train our Industrial Engineering and Computer Engineering students, Labster for Science Laboratory experiments and Skilz online platform for soft skills development of students.
Outstanding Performance in Board Examination
Our graduates have consistently performed well in Engineering Board and Technician Board Examination, with records as high as 100% passing rate during the following periods.
Civil Engineering Board- May 2011, August 2018
Master Plumber Board- July 2015, July 2016, July 2017
Electrical Engineering Board- September 2016, April 2018
Master Electrician Board- September 2016
Mechanical Engineers Board- October 2014
We have produced Board Placers, including a CE 10th Placer with an average rating of 93.1; CE 12th Placer, with an average rating of 94.55% in November 2008; and a CE 17th Placer with an average rating of 91.85% in January 2008.
Baliuag University College of Environmental Design and Engineering (CEDE)
Ground Flr., Consuelo Alejo Bldg., Gil Carlos Street, Baliwag City, Bulacan
(044) 766 0389 / 766 2045 local 307