Colegio De Muntinlupa

 

College President: Dr. Teresita C. Fortuna, CESO III

Official Website: www.cdm.edu.ph

Telephone No.: 8 736-3547

Cellphone No.: 0999 357 4507 / 0915 683 4936

E-mail Add.: [email protected]

VISION

Colegio de Muntinlupa shall be the premier local government institution for engineering in the country.

MISSION

  1. The college shall provide high quality professional and technological education that meets international standard of excellence.
  2. The college shall provide accessible and equitable opportunities for deserving and qualified Filipinos wanting to pursue higher education.
  3. The college shall produce efficient and competent engineers who will be the drivers of the sustainable development in the country.
  4. The college shall produce solutions to the needs of the industries and the communities.
CORE VALUES

God-loving

Culture of Excellence

Social Consciousness

Integrity

Teamwork

Discipline

SERVICE PLEDGE

Colegio de Muntinlupa commits to:

  1. provide higher and globally competitive professional and technological instructions and trainings in engineering;
  2. promote researches in the exploitation and conservation of the natural resources, and other scientific and technological fields; and
  3. maintenance of ecological balance in the city which will step up its development towards a sustainable economic growth.

COURSES OFFERED

Colegio De Muntinlupa offers five (5) engineering courses namely:

1. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is a profession that applies the basic principles of science in conjunction with mathematical and computational tools to solve problems associated with developing and sustaining civilized life in our planet. Civil Engineering works are generally one-of-a-kind projects: they are often grand in scale; and they usually require cooperation among professionals of many different disciplines. The completion of a civil engineering project involves the solution of technical problems in which information from numerous sources and myriad non-technical factors play a significant role. Some of the most common examples of civil engineering works include bridges, buildings, dams, airports and hangars, ports and harbors, highways and railways, tunnels, river and shore improvements, lighthouses, drydocks, irrigations, flood protection, drainage, water supply, and towers. Enumeration of any work in this section shall not be construed as excluding any work requiring civil engineering knowledge and application. (CHED Memorandum Order No. 92, series of 2017)

 

2. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

 

Computer Engineering is a program that embodies the science and technology of design, development, implementation, maintenance and integration of software and hardware components in modern computing systems and computer-controlled equipment. (CHED Memorandum Order No. 87, series of 2017)

 

3. Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering

 

Electronics is the science dealing with the development and application of devices and systems involving the flow of electrons or other carriers of electric charge, in a vacuum, in gaseous media, in plasma, in semiconductors, in solid-state and/or in similar devices including, but not limited to, applications involving optical, electromagnetic and other energy forms when transduced or converted into electronic signals. (CHED Memorandum Order No. 101, series of 2017)

 

4. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

 

Electrical Engineering is a profession that involves the conceptualization, development, design, and application of safe, healthy, ethical, economical and sustainable generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy for the benefit of society and the environment through the knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, information technology and other allied sciences, gained by study, research and practice. (CHED Memorandum Order No. 88, series of 2017)

 

5. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

 

Mechanical engineering is a profession that concerns itself with mechanical design, energy conversion, fuel and combustion technologies, heat transfer, materials, noise control and acoustics, manufacturing processes, rail transportation, automatic control, product safety and reliability, solar energy, and technological impacts to society. Mechanical engineers design space vehicles, computers, power plants, intelligent machines and robots, automobiles, trains, airplanes, furnaces, and air-conditioners. Mechanical engineers work on jet engine design, submarines, hot air balloons, textiles and new materials, medical and hospital equipment, and refrigerators and other home appliances. Anything that is mechanical or must interact with another machine or human being is within the broad scope of mechanical engineering. (CHED Memorandum Order No. 97, series of 2017)




CDM CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (CQI)

Outcomes Based Education (OBE) is an educational process focusing on the specified outcomes of the students and not on the teaching style of the educator alone. The outcomes were defined based on the requirement of CHED, and anchored to the defined PEO (program educational objectives) of the institution. These PEOs are the expected characteristics or qualities of the graduates 3 to 5 years after graduation. Assessment of PEOs shall be done after few years of graduation while the student's outcomes (PO) will be assessed right after the graduation. PEOs were defined in support to the college mission and vision. To achieve the student's attributes, Outcome Based Education was adopted in the syllabus, listing the necessary teaching and learning activities, the assessment tools needed and the target. Result of the assessment will determine the necessary changes or adjustments in the curriculum or in the delivery of the course - the function of the CQI or the continuous quality improvement.



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