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Instructor: Mr. Kharl Jhon A. Garcia

COE 001:

ENGINEERING ORIENTATION

GRADING SYSTEM

Where :

 

Grades are computed using the formula as follows:

P

-

Prelim Grade

MG- Midterm Grade

 

PG = 0.50PE + 0.50 CSP

 

MG = 1/3PG + 2/3 ( 0.50ME + 0.50CSM)

 

FG - Final Grade

 
   

FG = 1/3MG + 2/3( 0.50FE + 0.50CSF)

 

PE - Prelim Exam

 

ME - Midterm Exam

The following are components of the Class

FE - Final Exam

Standing whenever applicable :

   

Quizzes /Oral Reports , Case

 

 
 

CS - Class Standing (e.g. CSP, CSM, CSF for prelim, midterm and final respectively)

 

Studies/Projects, Assignments/Homeworks, Terms Papers/Research Work

COURSE POLICIES

20% of class hours incurred, as absences would be considered unofficially dropped. 3 lates are equivalent to 1 absent.

COURSE CALENDAR

MONTH

DAYS

# OF DAYS/MEETINGS

July

7, 14, 21, 28

4

August

4, 11, 18, 25

4

September

1, 8, 15, 22, 29

5

October

6, 13

2

   

15 days

COURSE DESCRIPTION

It introduces different discipline of engineering program

where the student:

understand the desired competencies, values and field of practices of Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Sanitary Engineering.

It provides relevant ideas and information on the various aspects of engineering and its perspective towards career development in their respective field of study.

MAJOR COMPETENCY

At the end of the course, the students are expected

to:

Understand the Important Role Of Engineering graduates in industry.

Understand Different Field Of Practices Of Engineering.

Translate Concepts And Ideas relevant to their field of study.

Demonstrate

the

Desired

respective program.

Competencies

through their

Demonstrate the Knowledge, Skills And Proper Attitude through values formation in engineering program.

VALUES OBJECTIVES

Demonstrate competencies in Research And Development.

Demonstrate the traits of Dynamic And Effective Team Members.

Exercise Ethical Action In Designing electrical, mechanical, electronics, structural, computer and other related subjects.

Communicate Effectively And Efficiently in oral, written and visual form.

Keep abreast with Current Trends And Development in power, mechanical, electronics, structural and computer.

Develop Power Systems that are globally competitive.

Demonstrate Skill In Interpersonal Relation in dealing with clients.

Participate in the Institutions Service Oriented Projects that are technology based.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Unit I

-

State the valid reasons, plans and direction in taking-up

the engineering course.

 

Unit II

Conceptualize engineering practices involving basic

- organizational and project management scheme of industry.

Unit III

-

Understand the principles of professional ethics in the

filed of engineering.

Unit IV - Recall the standard requirements in preparing licensure examination and valuing the initiatives on how to ensure licensure exam through the established academic skills enhancement

program.

Unit V - Efficiently monitor and check the flow and direction of all non-technical, technical and professional subjects for proper implementation of course curriculum per engineering program.

Unit I - State the valid reasons, plans and direction in taking-up the engineering course.
Unit I
-
State the valid reasons, plans and
direction in taking-up the engineering course.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

State reasons why taking up the program.

Give perspective on future plans and direction from the time you enrolled and completed your academic programs in TIP QC.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Interpret the perspective and objectives of your program.

 

Scope of the program (History/Evolution, Its Importance, Jobs

Available) Limitations of the program

Identify different field of practices through job opportunities that

caters industry company in accordance to engineering professions.

Identify various competencies required in industry according to the selected program in tabular form.

 

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS

 

JOB TITLE

Educational Background

Knowledge

Skills

Trainings

         
Unit II - Conceptualize engineering practices involving basic organizational and project management scheme of industry.
Unit II -
Conceptualize engineering practices
involving basic organizational and project
management scheme of industry.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Identify organizational scheme of an existing industry

company involved in productions and services.

Generalize gathered relevant information of industry company involving engineering organization and management aspects.

Nature of Industry Company Structure of establishment Economic Aspects Production Aspects Organization Program Scheme

Unit III - Ethics Principles of Engineering Professional
Unit III -
Ethics
Principles of Engineering Professional

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Understand the basic principles of engineering professional ethics.

Exhibit the proper attitude of certain engineering professional in their respective field.

Enumerate standard code of ethics in relation to field of practices.

Apply the desired ethics in relation to professions and public.

Engineering Ethical Standard

Ethics in relation to profession Ethics in relation to co-workers Ethics in relation to public

Professional Ethics

Standard ethics in relation to Field of Practices Code of Ethics in Civil, Chemical, Computer, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical and Sanitary Engineers.

Unit IV - Recall the standard requirements in preparing licensure examination and valuing the initiatives on
Unit IV - Recall the standard requirements in preparing
licensure examination and valuing the initiatives on how
to ensure licensure exam through the established
academic skills enhancement program.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Understand the importance of licensure examination in

engineering profession.

Identify pertinent requirements before licensure examination for engineering graduates.

Exhibit documents and evidences in taking licensure examination.

Apply initiatives on how to enhance problem-solving skills that would merit board exam preparation.

Assignment

Requirements for Board Exam

Professional Regulation Commission (PRC)

Requirements before taking the board exam

Preparation Before Taking the Licensure Examination Preparation Review Program

Review Center

Incentives for Board Topnochers

National Passing Percentage

Non-performing graduates during academic studies must undergo

extensive review effort to ensure passing rate.

Department initiatives to enhance problem solving skills of the students (e.g. EE Wizard Program, Board Exam Counseling)

Unit V - (Engineering Curriculum Program Awareness ) Efficiently monitor and check the flow and direction
Unit V - (Engineering Curriculum Program Awareness )
Efficiently monitor and check the flow and direction of all
non-technical, technical and professional subjects
for proper implementation of course curriculum per
engineering program.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Identify the different course subjects with respect to their chosen field of interest.

Rephrase some important contribution of technical and non-technical course subject in their field of study.

Create concept map and show connectivity of each course subject according to its pre-

requisites.

Non-Technical Courses in Engineering Program

Social Sciences Subjects English Subjects Other non-technical subjects

Technical Courses (Mathematics & Physics)

Mathematics for 1 st Year to 2 nd Year Students Higher Mathematics for 3 rd Year Students Physics Subjects

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Create concept map and show connectivity of each course subject according to its pre-

requisites.

Seatwork/Assignment

Concept Mapping of Engineering Curriculum Program with Connectivity

Existing Checklist (2008 CHED Curriculum of TIP QC for Engineering Program)

Pre-requisites of course subjects Concept Mapping of all course subjects.