Electronics Engineering program equips the students with the skills and knowledge in solving problems involved in conceptualizing, designing, and implementing new, improved, or innovative electronic, computer and communication systems, devices, goods, services and processes through an outcomes-based learning experience in the field of telecommunications and electronics engineering. The graduates of this program are expected to practice Electronics Engineering with excellence and with high level of professionalism.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):

Three to five years after graduation, the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering alumni shall have;

  • Engaged in life-long learning and professional development through continuing education, participate in professional organizations or acquiring additional competency certifications related to the profession.
  • Practiced engineering works with good ethical and professional standards imbued with LPU Laguna core values.
  • Applied electronics engineering knowledge and skills in dealing with local or international industrial community for the advancement of society.

 

Student/Program Outcomes:

The students should attain the following by the time of graduation:

a.  An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

b.  An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

c.  An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

d.  An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams

e.  An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

f.   Understanding professional and ethical responsibility

g.  An ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing

h.  A broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

i.   A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

j.   A knowledge of contemporary issues

k.  An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

l.   Knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environment.

Specific Professions/ Careers/ Occupations or trades that the graduates may go into:

Career Path

  • Broadcasting
  • Telecommunications
  • Semiconductor Device Fabrication/ Manufacturing (Engineer)
  • Electronics Design
  • Computers Systems
  • Instrumentation and Telemetry
  • Automation, Feedback, Process Control, Robotics, and Mechatronics
  • Industrial Electronics
  • Signal Processing
  • Optics
  • Medical/Biomedical Electronics
Allied Programs
  • Information Technology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science

ANNUAL ENROLLMENT DATA

SCHOOL YEAR TERM ENROLLMENT DATA
 AY 2017-2018 Summer
2nd Semester
1st Semester 63
AY 2016-2017 Summer 31
2nd Semester 111
1st Semester 108
AY 2015-2016 Summer 80
2nd Semester 163
1st Semester 163
AY 2014-2015 Summer 74
2nd Semester 185
1st Semester 193
AY 2013-2014 Summer 76
2nd Semester 201
1st Semester 205
AY 2012-2013 Summer 65
2nd Semester 204
1st Semester 206
AY 2011-2012 Summer 64
2nd Semester 203
1st Semester 209
AY 2010-2011 Summer 65
2nd Semester 212
1st Semester 220

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

YEAR GRADUATE DATA
2017 34
2016 20
2015 28
2014 27
2013 35
2012 43
2011 32
2010 35

CURRICULUM

FIRST YEAR

First Semester
SUBJECT DESCRIPTIVE TITLE

Lec

Lab

Unit

PRE – REQUISITE

hrs

hrs

Credit

CHML11E General Chemistry I

3

3

4

DRWL13E Engineering Drawing I

0

3

1

ENGN0AA Fundamentals of English

3

0

<3>

FILN01A Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino

3

0

3

MTHN11E College Algebra

3

0

3

MTHN15E Plane and Spherical Trigonometry

3

0

3

PE1001A Physical Fitness

_

_

2

TOTAL

15

6

16<3>

Second Semester
CHML12E General Chemistry II

3

3

4

CHML11E
DRWL14E Engineering Drawing II ( CAD )

0

3

1

DRWL13E
ENGN0IA Communication Arts I

3

0

3

ENGNOAA
FILN02A Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik

3

0

3

FILN01A
MTHN12E Advanced College Algebra

2

0

2

MTHN11E
MTHN18E Analytic Geometry

3

0

3

MTHN11E, MTHN15E
MTHN14E Solid Mensuration

2

0

2

MTHN11E, MTHN15E
SSCN01A Social Science (Philippine History & Gov’t with
  Philippine Constitution)

3

0

3

None
PE2002A Rhythmic Activities

_

_

2

PE1001A
NST001A National Service Training Program I

_

_

(3)

None
TOTAL

19

6

23 (3)

SECOND YEAR

First Semester
ENGN02A Communication Arts II

3

0

3

ENGN0IA
PHIN01A Philosophy of Man

3

0

3

None
JPLN01A JPL Life and his Works

2

0

<2>

None
JPRN01A Life and Works of Dr. Jose P. Rizal

3

0

3

None
MTHN23E Differential Calculus

4

0

4

MTHN12E, MTHN18E,  MTHN14E
PHYL23E College Physics I

3

3

4

MTHN11E, MTHN15E
SSCN02A Social Science ( Sociology & Anthropology with
  HIV – AIDS & Family Planning )

3

0

3

None
PE3003A Individual Sports/ Games

_

_

2

PE2002A
NST002A National Service Training Program II

_

_

(3)

NST001A
TOTAL

21

3

22 <2>(3)

Second Semester
CPTL11I Basic IT Skills

2

2

3

None
ENGN03A Speech and Oral Communication

3

0

3

ENGN02A
MTHN24E Integral Calculus

4

0

4

MTHN23E
LITN01A Philippine Literature w/ intro to Literature

3

0

3

None
PHYL24E College Physics II

3

3

4

PHYL23E
SSCN04A Social Science (General Psychology)

3

0

3

None
TAXN01B Social Science ( Basic Economics w/ Taxation
  and Land Reform )

3

0

3

None
PE4004A Team Sports / Games

_

_

2

PE3003A
TOTAL

21

5

25

THIRD YEAR

First Semester
MTHN31E Differential Equations

3

0

3

MTHN24E
CPTL37E Computer Fundamentals and Programming

0

6

2

CPTL11I
ECEL33E Electronics Devices and Circuits

3

3

4

PHYL24E, MTHN24E
ELEL31E Circuits I

3

3

4

PHYL24E, MTHN24E
MTHN35E Probability and Statistics

3

0

3

MTHN12E
MECN39E Statics of Rigid Bodies

3

0

3

PHYL23E, MTHN24E
MTHN19E Discrete Math

3

0

3

MTHN11E
ELEN31E Vector Analysis

3

0

3

PHYL24E, MTHN24E
TOTAL

21

12

25

Second Semester
MTHN36E Advanced Engineering Mathematics for ECE

3

0

3

MTHN31E
MTHN38E Numerical Methods

3

3

4

CPTL37E, MTHN31E
ECEL34E Electronic Circuits Analysis and Design

3

3

4

ECEL33E
ELEL32E Circuits 2

3

3

4

ELEL31E
MECN34E Dynamics of Rigid Bodies

2

0

2

MECN39E
MECN36E Mechanics of Deformable Bodies

3

0

3

MECN39E
EGNN34E Fundamentals of Materials Science and Eng’g

3

0

3

CHML12E
EGNN32E Engineering Economy

3

0

3

MTHN24E
TOTAL

23

9

26

FOURTH YEAR

First Semester
ELEN32E Electromagnetics

3

0

3

ELEN31E
COML43E Signals, Spectra, Signal Processing

3

3

4

MTHN36E,CPTL37E
COML41E Principles of Communication

3

3

4

ECEL34E, ELEL32E
ELEL43E Energy Conversion

3

3

4

ELEL32E
MECN38E Basic Thermodynamics

3

0

3

PHYL24E,  MTHN24E, CHML14E
ECEL46E Computer Applications for ECE

2

3

3

CPTL37E
EGNN37E Environmental  Engineering

2

0

2

CHML12E
ECEN41E ECE Elective 1

3

0

3

Fourth Year Standing
TOTAL

22

12

26

Second Semester
ELEL44E Logic Circuit and Switching Theory

3

3

4

ECEL33E, MTHN19E
ECEN42E ECE Elective 2 (Wireless Communications)

3

0

3

Fourth Year Standing
COML42E Digital Communications

3

3

4

COML41E
ELEL42E Industrial Electronics

3

3

4

ECEL34E, ECEL46E
SAFN47E Safety Management

1

0

1

Fourth Year Standing
EGNN45E Production and Operations Management

3

0

3

Fourth Year Standing
DRWL42E Engineering Drawing 3 (Advanced CAD)

0

3

1

DRWL14E
ENGN4EA Technical Communication

3

0

3

ENGN03A
HUMN01A Art Appreciation

3

0

3

none
TOTAL

22

12

26

Summer
OJTL40E On-the-Job- Training (320 hours)

1

6

3

Fifth Year Standing

1

6

3

FIFTH YEAR

First Semester
ECEN51E ECE Elective 3

3

0

3

5th Year Standing
COML44E Transmission Media and Antenna System

3

3

4

COML41E,ELEN32E
ECEL51E Feedback and Control Systems

3

3

4

MTHN36E
COEL53E Microprocessor System

3

3

4

ELEL44E, CPTL37E,ECEL34E
EGNN54E ECE Laws Contracts and Ethics

3

0

3

5th Year Standing
PSTL51E Project Study / Thesis 1

1

3

2

ENGN4EA, MTHN35E,  5th yr
TOTAL

16

12

20

FIFTH YEAR

Second Semester
REVN50E Special Topics in ECE

5

0

5

For Graduating Students
PSTL52E Project Study / Thesis 2

0

3

1

PSTL51E
SFTL50E Seminars and Field Trips

0

3

1

For Graduating Students
ECEN52E ECE Elective 4

3

0

3

Fifth Year Standing
ECEL56E Data Communications

3

3

4

COML42E
TOTAL

11

9

14

Specialization (ECE ELECTIVES)
COMMUNICATIONS
Wireless Communications

3

0

3

Communications System Design

3

0

3

Navigational Aids

3

0

3

Broadcast Engineering

3

0

3

Advanced Electromagnetism

3

0

3