The Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (COE) program aims to produce graduates who can cater to the technological and scientific needs of the business and industrial sectors of the local, national and global communities.
It also aims to produce graduates who have strong foundation in basic and engineering sciences and human relations, who are laden with Christian values and inspired by the charism of St. Marcellin Champagnat, enabling them to meet the challenges being brought by the rapid technological development.
At the completion of the program, the graduates should have:
- developed skills in conducting research, system analysis, design, and development;
- expanded their theoretical and technological background to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural society in consideration of the Marist core values instilled in them;
- acquired a broad knowledge necessary to understand the impact of computer engineering solutions in a global/societal context;
- developed appropriate techniques, skills, and modern computing tools for the benefit of the community; and
- valued the importance of professionalism and engineering ethics.
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