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SMU SOEA is now Outcomes Based Education (OBE) compliant

CONGRATULATIONS!

New Marian Electronics Engineers!

Licensure Examination taken last April 12-13, 2015

 

1.    Wilbert Javier Andres

2.    Julius Caesar Labuguen dela Cruz

3.    Jan Hassan Dadli-I Gahal

4.    Mark Anthony Arizala Marzan

5.    Rogie Ador Mallong Mayawin

6.    Juz Peter Zerrudo Oligario

7.    Jerald Mandac Patricio

8.    Jomar Uyammi Pukya

9.    Vincent Bryan Leal Reyes

 

New Marian Electrical Engineers

Licensure Examination taken last April 26-27, 2015

 

1.    Engr. Bill Jay Taqueban Antonio

2.    Engr. Avejay Gonzales Jallorina

3.    Engr. Arvee John Reyes Saladino

4.    Engr. Novice Mae Pimentel Tipay

5.    Engr. Jaypee Cutaran Trinidad

 

 

 

Saint Mary’s University, School of Engineering and Architecture, is now Outcomes Based Education (OBE) compliant as regards to the following Engineering and Architecture programs:

·         Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BSAr)

·         Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)

·         Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE)

·         Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

·         Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BSECE)

 

Institutional Outcomes-Based Education Framework

At Saint Mary’s University, outcomes-based education (OBE) focuses and organizes its discipline-based learning activities around what are essential for all learners to know, value and be able to do and achieve these at the desired competency level. 

The OBE Framework of SMU is visually represented by images that would resemble an inner human figure being nurtured by its likeness.  The learner-centeredness of Marian OBE is highlighted by the institutional outcomes derived from the vision-mission that define the core values of Excellence and Mission through the core strategies of Innovation and Communion.  The framework sets the attributes of the ideal Marian graduates based on the SMU vision - mission as part of institutional goals or program educational outcomes that emphasize lifelong learning (what are expected of Marian graduates about five years after graduation), and using these as bases for developing specific program outcomes (what are expected of Marian students upon graduation)

The various curricular program outcomes are the sets of competencies (related knowledge, skills and attributes) that all learners are expected to demonstrate. These desired outcomes are translated to what the students learn in specific courses.  SMU ensures that at the level of the courses, the desired course and learning outcomes are attained with the proper content, methodologies, and student performance assessment with the necessary supportive teaching-learning environment.

The outcomes are anchored on the typology-based expectations of a university towards research to contribute to nation-building through knowledge generation and to community development.   At the same time, the various elements are governed by standards for quality assurance and continuous improvement and by the goal of addressing local, as well as global needs.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

 

1. Demonstrate the ability to formulate and implement designs for the built environment with consideration of functionality, maintenance, safety, cost-effectiveness, and environmental sustainability;                                                                                

 2. Demonstrate the ability to apply the principles and techniques of modern engineering analysis and design supported by a foundation in; mathematical, physical and social sciences; economic, operational, and engineering analyses;              

3. Possess a breadth of knowledge that allows them to practice their profession with an appropriate awareness of professional issues;

4. Demonstrate knowledge of professionalism and ethics, the ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams, and the ability to communicate effectively; and

5. Practice his/her profession exemplifying Marian virtues as a distinguishing brand of a Marian.

 

Program Outcomes (Architecture)

PO 1

Ensure mastery of comprehensive architectural knowledge, both in theory and practice, and proficiency of skills by the graduates in accordance with the scope of the practice of architecture as provided for in the Republic Act 9266 and its implementing rules and regulations.

PO 2

Inculcate to the students an abiding faith in God, the value of honor and sense of responsibility, sanctity of home, dignity of labor and love of country and fellowmen.

PO 3

Promote academic freedom and congenial atmosphere that is conducive to effective teaching and learning process and receptiveness to new ideas and knowledge through scientific research;  

PO 4

Direct and focus the thrust of architecture education to the needs and demands of society and its integration into the social, economic, cultural and environmental aspects of nation building.  

PO 5

Infuse a high sense of intellectual capability to seek for the truth, experience new fields and endeavor to enhance the quality of life;

PO 6

Develop the ability and the capacity to analyze facts, to think critically and to express ideas effectively;

PO 7

Instill appreciation of the basic philosophy and the fundamental principles of the multi-dimensional aspects of architecture, understanding of the direct relationship between man and his environment, and the role of the architect in the furtherance of this objective;

PO 8

Engender the importance of preserving, conserving and promoting the nation’s heritage and culture, customs and tradition.

 

Program Outcomes-Civil Engineering

 

Excellence

PE 1

Apply knowledge of mathematics and sciences to solve civil engineering problems;

PE 2

Design and conduct experiments, as well as  analyze and interpret data;

PE 3

Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with standards;

PE 4

Formulate viable alternatives and implement effective solutions to identified civil engineering problems;

PE 5

Evaluate the impact of formulated solutions to civil engineering  problems in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context;

PE 6

Apply techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice;

PE 7

Apply engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment;

PE 8

Communicate effectively civil engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large;

 

Innovation

PI 1

Articulate the latest developments in the specific field of practice;

PI 2

Participate in the generation of new knowledge and developmental projects.

PI 3

Exhibit interest and passion for continuing professional education and life-long learning;

 

Passion for Christ’s Mission

PP 1

Practice Marian virtues personally and professionally reflecting and manifesting the CICM charism.

PP 2

Act in recognition of professional, social, ethical responsibilities;

 

Communion

PC 1

Communicate effectively orally and in writing;

PC 2

Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;

PC 3

Participate in the preservation and promotion “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

 

Program Outcomes (Computer Engineering)

Excellence

PE 1

Apply knowledge of mathematics and sciences to solve civil engineering problems;

PE 2

Design and conduct experiments, as well as  analyze and interpret data;

PE 3

Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with standards;

PE 4

Formulate viable alternatives and implement effective solutions to identified civil engineering problems;

PE 5

Evaluate the impact of formulated solutions to civil engineering  problems in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context;

PE 6

Apply techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice;

PE 7

Apply engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment;

PE 8

Communicate effectively orally and in writing civil engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large;

 

Innovation

PI 1

Articulate the latest developments in the specific field of practice;

PI 2

Participate in the generation of new knowledge and developmental projects.

PI 3

Exhibit interest and passion for continuing professional education and life-long learning;

 

Passion for Christ’s Mission

PP 1

Practice Marian virtues personally and professionally reflecting and manifesting the CICM charism.

PP 2

Act in recognition of professional, social, ethical responsibilities;

 

Communion

PC 1

Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;

PC 2

Participate in the preservation and promotion “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

 

 

 

Program Outcomes (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)

 

Excellence

PE 1

Apply knowledge of mathematics and sciences to solve engineering problems;

PE 2

Design and conduct experiments, as well as  analyze and interpret data;

PE 3

Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with standards;

PE 4

Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems

PE 5

Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and social context

PE 6

Recognize the need for and engage in life-long learning;

PE 7

Apply techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice and

PE 8

Know and understand engineering and management principles as a member and/or leader in a team to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

 

Innovation

PI 1

Articulate the latest developments in the specific field of practice;

PI 2

Participate in the generation of new knowledge and developmental projects.

PI 3

Exhibit interest and passion for continuing professional education and life-long learning;

 

Passion for Christ’s Mission

PP 1

Practice Marian virtues personally and professionally reflecting and manifesting the CICM charism.

PP 2

Act in recognition of professional, social, ethical responsibilities;

 

Communion

PC 1

Communicate effectively orally and in writing;

PC 2

Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;

PC 3

Participate in the preservation and promotion “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

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