Cisco Networking Academy Program
The Cisco Networking Academy Program is a comprehensive e-learning program that
provides students with the Internet technology skills essential in a global economy.
The Networking Academy delivers web-based content, online assessment, student performance
tracking, hands-on labs, instructor training and support, and preparation for industry
standard certifications. Launched in October 1997 with 64 educational institutions
in seven states - Arizona, California, Florida, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, and
North Carolina - the Networking Academy has spread to more than 145 countries and
all 50 U.S. states. Over 260,000 students have enrolled at more than 9800 Academies
located in high schools, technical schools, colleges, universities, and community-based
organizations. Cisco Systems trains the Cisco Academy Training Centers (CATCs),
the CATCs train Regional Academies and the Regional Academies train the Local Academy
Instructors who then educate students.
A curriculum-integrated program designed to provide Mapúa students taking up Computer
Engineering with HP-UX courses geared towards industry and globally recognized professional
certifications thereby honing their skills and makes them globally competitive as
well. The program is also aimed to provide the certification tracks to individuals
who wish to broaden their knowledge on advanced IT technologies.
English Proficiency Training Program
The program was designed to expose and immerse Korean learners to authentic English
communication learning environments. These are meant to progressively build them
the English communicative ability that they would need to competently conduct themselves
and interact with others.
Developing the Competent Communicator recognizes the effectiveness of the task-based
communicative approach in language learning as well as the functional value of language
in the areas of speaking, reading, writing and listening.
Foreign Languages Program
MAPUA-CCESC established collaborations with following institutions to deliver and
disseminate foreign languages and culture to the students:
- Alliance Française De Manille, a prominent French cultural institution
dedicated to promoting the French language and culture
- Instituto Cervantes, a public institution created by Spain in 1991
for the promotion and teaching of the Spanish language and for the dissemination
of the Spanish and Latin American Culture
- Golden Globe Development and Trainig Center, which offers educations
and training in Japanese language integrated with culture, social and work ethics
Mapúa-CCESC established a program Project Management using Primavera software tool,
a course to develop the competencies of students and professionals to be adept in
developing, controlling, analyzing and communicating project schedules loaded with
resources and cost. This program of CCESC, in collaboration with the Center for
Continuing Education and Special Competencies, School of ME, School of ChE-Chm and
School of CE-ENSE has an equivalent curricular credit units.
In coordination with the different schools of Mapúa, the center provides review
programs to help prepare the aspiring engineers in their respective licensure examinations.
The programs include MGM, CHE, EE and ECE.
PCB Design software is primarily used for the analysis of electronic Printed Circuit
Board (PCB) design as an aid in minimizing potential PCB design problems that can
contribute to electromagnetic emissions. The Use of the software analysis services
throughout the PCB design cycle can help eliminate any circuit design revisions
needed to address signal integrity, crosstalk, and emission problems. The optimization
of PCB performance provides an effective means of preparing equipment for meeting
applicable EMC test requirements. Proper planning for use of the software can result
in lower overall development costs for most electronic equipment.
Safety Engineering and Management
The course includes the subjects prescribed by the Bureau of Working Conditions.
Subjects are specially included to develop more safety effectiveness on-the-job:
Modern theories of accident causation, Advanced techniques in hazards identification,
Systematic methods of accident investigation, Proven ways to highlight the economic/financial
benefits of safety, Scientific measurements of safety performance, Effective safety
and health programming