Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering

General Description of the Program

Electronics Engineering (ECE) is a dynamic program that prepares its graduates to be in the forefront of the revolutionary electronics and communications technology. The Electronics Engineering program forms the foundation for various growing disciplines leading to specializations in a desired subfield with the help of a research-oriented curriculum. With the global popularity of this branch and its increasing demand and career opportunities, the ECE Program takes special care in acquainting the students with the latest developments in the field and preparing them for the licensure examinations. Electronics Engineering covers topics such industrial electronics, broadcast engineering, cable and wireless television systems, consumer and industrial electronics, optics/ photonics/optoelectronics, electromagnetics, avionics, aerospace, navigational and military applications, medical electronics, robotics, cybernetics, biometrics, fire alarms, CCTV, sensors and detection systems, microelectronics and all other related and convergent fields.


Program Educational Objectives

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering are:


  1. Involved in solving complex technical problems using the technical knowledge and skills professionally and ethically, contributing to engineering practice and service activities.
  2. Engaged in continuous personal and professional development activities.
  3. Engaged in significant roles with greater responsibilities in various sectors of the society.

Program/Student Outcomes

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems.
  • Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  • Design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with standards.
  • Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
  • Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
  • Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Communicate effectively.
  • Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  • Knowledge of contemporary issues.
  • Use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  • Knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

Track Electives

The Program offers track electives in the following areas:

Communications Engineering

Focuses on introduction to advanced communication systems to include study on microwave technology, satellite systems, fiber optic communication systems, advanced signal processing, spectral analysis, noise reduction, principle and applications of telephone systems, telephone engineering, cellular mobile systems, electronic aids to navigation, fundamentals of broadcasting (AM, FM, TV broadcast) and acoustics.

Instrumentation and Control

Focuses on introduction to advanced instrumentation and control systems to include study on communications instruments, linear and non-linear systems, digital control system analysis and design, stability, model reference adaptive control, recent trends and applications of adaptive control, optimal control, mathematics of robot manipulation, robot workspace coordinate transformation, robot sensory devices and multi-robot cooperative systems.



Career Opportunities

Graduates are expected to be competent engineers in:


Broadcasting

Telecommunications

Semiconductor Device Fabrication / Manufacturing

Electronics Design

Computer Systems

Instrumentation and Telemetry

Automation, Feedback, Process Control, Robotics and Mechatronics

Industrial Electronics

Signal Processing

Optics

Medical / Biomedical Electronics



Facilities/Laboratories

Laboratories are an essential element of the curriculum which is why the department is equipped with several laboratories to enhance and develop the skills of students in the field of Electronics Engineering. The institution always ensures that the available equipment and supplies are adequate to make the learning environment advantageous for students.

The laboratory rooms comply with the standard size requirements and are equipped with proper ventilation and lighting. Provisions for safety measures are available such as safety signs for precautions, first aid kits, in response to emergency situations, and fire extinguishers in case of fire. Emergency lights and spacious corridors also exist in cases of evacuation. All equipment are well-organized and ready to be used by students to meet the requirements of the course.

Electronics Laboratory (F904)

The Electronics Laboratory room has a floor area of 90.84 m² capable of handling 40 students and allowing adequate space of approximately 2.3 m² per student. Electronics laboratory classes and Logic classes are held in this room. Using Multisim and Digital trainers, students learn the practical applications and simulation of circuit laws and theorems.

Instrumentation & Control Systems Laboratory (F909)

The Instrumentation and Control Systems laboratory has a floor area of 90.84 m² capable of handling 40 students giving adequate space of approximately 2.3 m² per student. Industrial electronics laboratory classes are held in this room. Using PLC Siemens modules, students learn about applications for instrumentation and control systems.

Communications Laboratory (F912)

The Communications Laboratory has a floor area of 64 m² capable of handling 20 students giving adequate space of approximately 3.2 m² per student. Communications Laboratory classes are held in this room. Using Leybold, Timms, and Feedback Modules along with auxiliary devices such as oscilloscopes and function generators, students learn the practical application of communication laws and theorems.

Computer Room (T608)

The Computer Room has a floor area of 108.95 m² capable of handling 40 students giving adequate space of approximately 2.7 m² per student. Computer Laboratory classes are held in this room. Using MATLAB, students learn the simulated application of numerical methods, feedback and control systems, signals, spectra and signal processing, and other professional courses.



Full-Time Faculty Members

Romano Q. Neyra, Senior Director

BSECE, Mapua Institute of Technology
BSEE, Mapua Institute of Technology
MEP-ECE, De La Salle University- Manila
Doctor of Technology, Technological University of the Philippines
Specialization/Research Area: Communications Systems, Engineering Education, Electromagnetics
ASEAN Engineer
ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer
Professional Electronics Engineer
Registered Electronics Engineer
Registered Electrical Engineer
Professional Teacher
Affiliation: IIEE, IECEP, MRSP, ASEE

King Harold A. Recto, Program Director

BS ECE, University of the Philippines Diliman
MS EgyE, University of the Philippines Diliman
PhD TE, Rizal Technological University
Specialization/Research Area: Power Electronics, Engineering Education
Professional Electronics Engineer
Registered Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP, PSERE, CSTA, MRSP, ASEE

Mark Eullysis D. Alzaga

BSECE, FEU Institute of Technology
Specialization/Research Area: Control Systems
Registered Electronics Engineer
Registered Electronics Technician
Affiliation: IECEP

Daryl D. David

BSECE, Mapua Institute of Technology
MS ECE, Mapua University
Specialization/Research Area:CISCO Networks, Data and Digital Communications, Project Management
Registered Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP, EWB-PH

Louie Francis C. Eusebio

BSECE, De LaSalle University – Manila
MSECE (candidate), Mapua University
Specialization/Research Area: Control Systems, Electronics
Registered Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP

Rex Paolo C. Gamara

BSECE, FEU Institute of Technology
Specialization/Research Area: Communication Systems
Registered Electronics Engineer
Registered Electronics Technician
Affiliation: IECEP

Irister M. Javel

BSECE, Mapua Institute of Technology
Specialization/Research Area: Artificial Intelligence
Registered Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP

Pocholo James M. Loresco

BSECE-Central Colleges of the Philippines
MEP-ECE, De La Salle University- Manila
PhD-ECE, De La Salle University- Manila
Specialization/Research Area: Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision Intelligent systems, Control Systems
Professional Electronics Engineer
Registered Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP, IEEE

Rosalie G. De Ocampo

BSECE, Mapua Institute of Technology
MEP-ECE, De La Salle University - Manila
PhD-ECE (on-going), De La Salle University - Manila
Specialization/Research area: Communication Systems, CISCO
Professional Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP, IEEE

Carlo N. Romero

BSECE, AMA University
MEngg- ECE , Technological Institute of the Philippines Quezon City
Specialization/Research Area: CISCO Networks, Structured Cabling System, Data and Digital Communications
Registered Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP

Antipas T. Teologo Jr.

BSECE, Technological Institute of the Philippines – Manila
MSECE, De La Salle University Manila
PhD ECE (candidate), De La Salle University Manila
Specialization/Research Area: Wireless Communications, Channel Modeling, Radio-Wave Propagation
Registered Electronics Engineer
Affiliation: IECEP, IEEE, IAENG

Juan Miguel H. Villarroel

BSECE, FEU Institute of Technology
Specialization/Research area: Electronic Communications
Registered Electronics Engineer
Registered Electronics Technician
Affiliation: IECEP


Electronics and Electrical Engineering Department

Room F911 9th Floor, FIT Building


CONTACT DETAILS

Room F911 9th Floor, FIT Building
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00AM ─ 5:00PM

Trunkline: (02) 8281 8888 Local 316

Email: eee@feutech.edu.ph

 

KING HAROLD A. RECTO, PhD, PECE

Program Director of Electronics and Electrical Engineering



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