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College of Engineering (coe)

The Nueva Vizcaya State Polytechnic College, formerly known as the Nueva Vizcaya School of Arts and Trades, received assistance from New Zealand's Colombo Plan in 1961 for the improvement of its shop facilities, faculty, and equipment. Since the college has mechanical, electrical, and electronics technology equipment and facilities, the president of the college applied for the opening of pre-engineering programs such as the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME), the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), the Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering (BSECE), and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE). The request for the opening of the aforementioned programs was approved by Resolution No. 21 series of 1992. The formal opening of the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program was approved by Resolution No. 32 series of 1993, based on the recommendation of the Technical Panel for Engineering, Architecture, and Maritime Education (TPEAME). During the first semester of the 1993-1994 school year, the first batch of BSME students were accepted for enrolment.

The BSME program began under the supervision of the College of Technology with twenty one (21) first year students, bolstered by its mission and vital role as a provider of collegiate-level occupational, technical, and professional instruction and training in the applied arts and sciences. Another engineering program, the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), was launched in June 1996, with an initial enrolment of eighteen (18) first-year students. Following the dean's leadership, the two engineering programs were weaned from the College of Technology and formally designated as the College of Engineering in June 1997. The mission of the college of engineering was drafted from then on: its goals, objectives, and policies were developed and implemented.

During the first semester of the 2001-2002 school year, two new programs were added: the Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communication (BSECE) and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE).

Now, the College of Engineering, as mandated by the College's thrust, will continue to sustain its good start and do its best to continue upgrading and enriching its curricular offerings in order to be responsive to the needs of its clientele and stakeholders and to produce competitive and productive graduates.

Goals and Objective

The College of Engineering is committed to prepare well-rounded professionals who can assume creative leadership and meaningful participation in society in the promotion of the chosen profession for global competitiveness.

Undergraduate Programs
  1. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

  2. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

  3. Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering

  4. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

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College Officials
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Larry P. Remolazo

College Dean

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Alan Nebrida

Department Chair, Electrical Engineering

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Zarah Z. Villar

Department Chair, Electronics Engineering

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Ryan Victor D. Bautista

Department Chair, Computer Engineering

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Jeanelyn R. Tominez

Department Chair, Mechanical Engineering

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Diosdado Fronda, Jr

College Secretary

College Professors
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Leimar B. Agsunod

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Erica Jane B. Agustin

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Heherson A. Alcaraz

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Ernesto P. Bausel, Jr.

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Michael D. Aliaga

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Dale Mark N. Bristol

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John Rexel S. Caro

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Shane Kyle M. Caro

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Sydney Lee V. Caro

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Daniel Gracias V. Esquejo

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Simpher R. Guyong

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Silverio S. Magday

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Dhom Ryan S. Millares

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Jemima P. Natividad

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Cherry D. Quidit

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Jimmy Carter B. Nilo

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Blessie Ann D. Pugayan

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Roma G. Ramel

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Jonathan Rodolfo

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Keziah Ann D. Rosini

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Sancho B. Santiago