School of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering
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The School of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering (EECE) is an academic
unit of Mapúa Institute of Technology comprising three engineering programs, namely,
Electrical Engineering (EE), Electronics Engineering (ECE), and Computer Engineering
The initialism for the school’s name was changed from EE-ECE-CoE to EECE due to
the following reasons: (1) the change in the nomenclature of ECE, from Electronics
and Communications Engineering to Electronics Engineering as mandated by the new
Electronics Engineering Law or the RA 9292; and (2) the new initialism for Computer
Engineering, from CoE to CpE, which the Commission on Higher Education prescribed.
Vision and Mission
Program Educational Objectives
- The graduates are able to apply the broad fundamental concepts in social and natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering, and the depth of knowledge gained in electrical/electronics/computer engineering, as professionals in their chosen careers.
- The graduates are practicing professionals who are qualified and proficient in the use and creation of appropriate and up-to-date research and design methodologies and tools required to perform successfully their tasks in accordance with ethical norms and standards.
- The graduates demonstrate effective communication skills, the ability to work well either individually or as part of a team, who have embraced lifelong learning values for continuous self and professional or career development.
- As professionals, the graduates utilize appropriate knowledge and technology in dealing with local and global, industrial, community, and environmental concerns for the advancement of society.