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Welcome to College of Engineering

 

        The College of Engineering today has dramatically metamorphosed from a mere department of the then College of Agriculture, Forestry and Engineering where the Agricultural Engineering Program was first offered in 1973. With the continuous increase in its enrolment, it was later weaned from its department status to become Institute of Agricultural Engineering in 1980 and later the School of Engineering through Board Resolution No. 14, series of 1987. Inevitable expansion of its course offerings to cater to the manpower demands of the region gave birth to the offering of the Bachelor of Science in Food Engineering which then qualified the School to be elevated into the status of College of Engineering that it has become today. At present, it is offering three (3) baccalaureate courses and one (1) masters degree.

        In 2001, the offering of the Master of Science in Agricultural Engineering was started in the university with the ultimate objective of verticalizing the program and catering to the professional advancement of Agricultural Engineers in the region. The offering of the doctoral program would be of great possibility in the future. In the same year, Information Technology courses through a tie-up program with a private company, GMAP was accommodated at the college as one of its department. Now, these Information Technology courses are institutionalized under the newly established School of Information Technology.

        As a college known for its academic dominance, it has spearheaded significant events that contributed to the development of its students, faculty and alumni. It has already hosted Regional Conventions of Agricultural Engineers. It is conducting yearly review classes of its alumni for the Agricultural Engineering Licensure Examination, and has even opened its doors to interested reviewees who graduated from other State Colleges and Universities in and outside of Region 02. This may eventually lead to the establishment of a review center in Agricultural Engineering in the region.

        It has already attained many significant accomplishments of national prominence, notably its exemplary performance in the board examination, which contributed into the making of the well-known college that it is now today. Recently, it has been awarded as Center of Development in Agricultural Engineering and the same program accredited Level III Status by AACCUP.

 

 

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Goals

 

The College trains or produces graduates instrumental in the development of agro-industrialization in Region 2. 

 


Goals

 

1. Educate the students in the application of engineering principles to agro-industrial development.
2. Prepare them to become professionals with entry level competencies.
3. Develop in them the processes and techniques of identifying, diagnosing, analyzing and relating problems; planning, design, construction of tools, equipment, implements and machines, infrastructures; management of engineering systems; and research and extension needed in increasing land, labor and capital productivity.

 

 


Program Offerings

 

 


Goals

  

• Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers – ISU Student Chapter (PIChE)
• Philippine Society of Agricultural Engineers Pre-Professional Group ISUE-Chapter (PSAE – PPG)

 


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Contact Information

 Isabela State University
College of Engineering
 
Contact Details:
DR. ORLANDO F. BALDERAMA
 
Address:Dean College of Engineering COE, Bldg., Echague, Isabela 

Isabela State University

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San Fabian, Echague, Isabela

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E-mail Address: president@isu.edu.ph
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Tel. No: (078) 305-9013
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E-mail Address: registrar@isu.edu.ph
Telephone No.: (078) 323-5368

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