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Course code & No. Course Title Course Description Offering Unit
CD 11 Introduction to Community Development Concepts, methods and approaches in community development, with emphasis on Third World Countries. CD
CD 100 Philippine Society and Community Development I Macro analysis of Philippines historical, socio-economic and political situations and issues in relation to development work CD
CD 101 Philippine Society and Community Development II CD
CD 102 Introduction to Community Development CD
CD 103 Community Development and Philippine Economic Reality CD
CD 105 Group Processes and Change CD
CD 107 Community Development and Philippine Political Reality CD
CD 110 Development Theories The history and theories of community development CD
CD 111 Policies, Programs and Services for Community Development CD
CD 111 Development Programs CD
CD 112 Gender and Development CD
CD 113 Urban Development CD
CD 114 Development Programs II CD
CD 115 Political Structures and Processes in Communities CD
CD 120 Organization and Innovations CD
CD 121 Community Organizing Concepts, approaches, and processes in community organizing CD
CD 121 Community Organization I CD
CD 122 Organizing and Social Movements CD
CD 123 Communication Strategies for Community Development CD
CD 123 Issues and Strategies in Mobilization CD
CD 124 Educational Strategies for Community Development CD
CD 124 Innovative Strategies CD
CD 125 Community Governance and Mobilization Strategies CD
CD 125 Communication and Development CD
CD 126 Innovative Strategies in Community Organizing CD
CD 126 Educational Strategies for Community Development CD
CD 131 Planning and Administration in Community Development CD
CD 132 Participatory Project Development and Management CD
CD 132 Project Development CD
CD 133 Community Resource Management CD
CD 133 Community-based Resources Management Concepts, principles, processes, and tools in community-based management of community resources CD
CD 134 Community Development and Disaster Risk Management CD
CD 135 People's Initiatives and Economic Enterprises CD
CD 135 People's Initiative and Economic Enterprises CD
CD 140 Community Organization CD
CD 161 Special Problems CD
CD 162 Seminar on Poverty CD, CD
CD 163 People's Initiatives and Economic Enterprises CD
CD 164 Seminar on Economics and Community Development CD
CD 165 Seminar on Women and Development Perspectives and experiences in women and development CD
CD 166 Seminar on Religion and Community Development CD
CD 170 Special Problems CD
CD 171 The CD Worker and His Profession CD
CD 180 Practicum I Introductory supervised field work CD
CD 180 Practicum I Field practice for basic skills in community development CD
CD 181 Practicum II Field practice for specialized skills in community development CD
CD 181 Practicum II CD
CD 182 Practicum III Advanced field practice CD
CD 190 Statistics for Community Development CD
CD 191 Introduction to Community Development Research CD
CD 192 Community Development Research Practicum, Dissemination and Utilization CD
CD 198 Statistics for Community Development CD
CD 199.3 Advanced Research CD
CD 200 Comparative Community Development CD
CD 201 Philippine Social Realities and Community Development Analysis of the development of Philippine communities from historical, socio-economic, political, cultural, rights-based and gender perspectives with emphasis on the problems and prospects of Community Development. CD
CD 201 Social Structures and Processes in the Philippine Communities CD
CD 202 Development Theories in Community Development Analysis of development perspectives in the context of the local, national and global realities CD, CD
CD 203 National and International Policies, Legislation and Covenants in Community Development Review and critique of selected national and international development policies, legislations and covenants and their implications for Community Development. AC
CD 204 Foundations of the Community CD
CD 210 Concepts, Techniques and Alternative Approaches CD
CD 212 Social Psychology of Community Life CD
CD 213 Planning and Administration of Development Programs CD
CD 214 Political Organizations of the Community CD
CD 215 Local Government and Community Development CD
CD 216 Economic Foundations of the Community CD
CD 217 Seminar in Politics and Community Development CD
CD 220 Advanced Community Organization CD
CD 221 Advanced Community Organizing Theories, strategies, methods & techniques in community development direct practice. CD
CD 221 Advanced Community Organizing Theories and critique of strategies, processes and techniques in gender responsive, empowering and sustainable community organizing practice. CD
CD 222 Community Mobilization and Advocacy Participatory, gender-responsive and rights-based approaches, strategies and practices for community mobilization and advocacy. CD
CD 224 Community Conflict Resolution and Peace Building Strategies for Community Development CD
CD 225 Community Organizing and Social Movements Perspectives and approaches in the application of community organizing to social movements for community and social change. CD
CD 226 Re-building Displaced Communities Perspectives, processes and issues in re-building displaced communities affected by development projects, conflicts, violence, disasters, socio-political seclusion and discrimination. CD
CD 226 Re-building Displaced Communities CD
CD 230 Communication in Community Development CD
CD 231 Community Development Planning CD
CD 232 Development and Management of CD Programs and Projects CD, CD
CD 233 Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation in Community Development Concepts, principles, processes and tools in participatory monitoring and evaluation of community development programs and projects. CD, CD
CD 234 Community-Based Resource Management Concepts, principles, processes, trends and issues in community-based resource management. CD
CD 234 Community-Based Resource Management Concepts, principles, processes, trends and issues in the planning and management of community-based resources. CD
CD 234 Seminar in Social Development Planning and Administration CD
CD 235 Community-Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) DAF, CD, DAF-BGC
CD 235 Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (CBDRRM) Perspectives and practices in community-based disaster risk prevention and mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery and rehabilitation. DAF, DAF-BGC, CD
CD 236 Community Enterprise and Cooperatives Development CD
CD 237 National and International Policies, Legislation and Covenants in Community Development CD
CD 241 Community Leadership and Organizational Development DAF, DAF-BGC, CD
CD 242 Community Development Training CD
CD 243 Managing Conflicts in Community-Based and Social Development Organizations CD
CD 243 Participatory Management of Community-Based and Social Development Organizations Participatory and gender-responsive perspectives, approaches and strategies in the management of community-based and intermediary social development organizations. CD
CD 270 Seminar on Special Problems in Community Development CD
CD 271 Seminar in Community Development CD
CD 280 Field Instruction WD, CD, WD, CD
CD 280 Field Instruction I CD, WD
CD 280 Field Instruction i WD, CD
CD 281 Field Instruction II CD, CD, WD, WD
CD 291 Community Development Research I Fundamentals of social research (qualitative and quantitative) as applied to Community Development CD, CD
CD 292 Community Development Research II Application of Community Development research CD, CD
CD 293 Community Development Research III CD
CD 294 Seminar in Community Development Research CD
CD 300 Thesis CD
CE 4 Cost Keeping ICE
CE 10 DMAPS: Disaster Mitigation, Adaptation and Preparedness Strategies Introduction to principles and practices of natural disaster risk management by mitigation, adaptation, and preparedness strategies through civil engineering and related disciplines aiming for resilience ICE
CE 11 Hydrology Occurrence and distribution of water in nature. Analysis of rainfall and stream flow data and estimate of infiltration and runoff. Ground water storm and flood frequency. Water laws ICE
CE 13 Hydraulic Engineering II Irrigation and drainage. Flood and sediment control . Navigation canals and locks. Ports and harbors. Multiple purpose projects. Water power engineering. ICE
CE 14 Solid Mechanics ICE
CE 15 Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering I ICE
CE 16 Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering II Principles of similitude and dimensional analysis. Application to closed-conduit flow, flow around immersed bodies and open-channel flows. Case studies in pipe flow, flow through hydraulic structures, flow around civil works structures, and flow through porous media. ICE
CE 21 Engineering Statistics ICE
CE 22 Engineering Economy The fundamentals of engineering decisions. Relative economy of alternative materials, methods, processes, designs. ICE
CE 23 Seminar in Engineering Relations Case studies involving engineering ethics, contracts and specifications. ICE
CE 24 Building Planning and Construction Common architectural terms. Principles underlying good planning such as logical relation to one another of different parts of a building, arrangement of proper lighting and ventilation, orientation and climate, and selection of appropriate materials and construction. Preparation of complete building drawing including floor, foundation, framing, location and roof plans, elevations, sections, and detail drawings. Estimating costs. ICE
CE 25 Mathematical Problems in Civil Engineering ICE
CE 26 Analytical and Computational Methods in Civil Engineering I Programming concepts and methods; algorithms and software; matrix operatoins; concepts of dicrete mathematics. ICE
CE 27 Analytical and Computational Methods in Civil Engineering II Eigenvalue problems; nonlinear equations; function approximations; ordinary differential equations; analytical and numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations; vector analysis. ICE
CE 28 Analytical and Computational Methods in Civil Engineering III Partial differential equations; analytical and numerical solution of partial differential equations; Fourier series; tensor analysis; calculus of variations. ICE
CE 29 Construction Methods and Equipment ICE
CE 31 Theory of Structures ! ICE
CE 32 Theory of Structures II ICE
CE 36 Sanitary Engineering I Engineering principles in environmental sanitation and public health. Environmental effects of engineering projects. ICE
CE 39 Materials Testing ICE
CE 41 Irrigation and Drainage Irrigation and drainage from the engineering point of view. Irrigation methods and structures. Design of an irrigation project. ICE
CE 42 Water Power Engineering General principles of design, construction, and operation of hydro-electric projects. Equipment for power projects. Fundamentals of dam engineering. Different types of dams. Dam and spillway design. Surge tank design. ICE
CE 43 Waterworks Engineering Fundamentals in the design, construction, and operation of water supply and treatment works, both for municipal and industrial use. Measuring, recording, indicating, and control instruments. Pumps and pumping stations. ICE
CE 44 Sewerage and Municipal Sanitation Refuse disposal. Abattoirs. Drainage. Sewage collection, treatment, disposal. Design of a typical sewage collection, treatment, and disposal plant. Fundamentals of industrial waste treatment. ICE
CE 45 Plumbing ICE
CE 46 Transportation Engineering Highway, railway,air and marine traffic characteristics. Geometric design of railroads, highways, marine and air terminals. Surveys and earthwork calculations. ICE
CE 47 Transportation Engineering II Pavement design, construction and maintenance of roadways and airport pavements. Planning and facilities. ICE
CE 49 City Planning Historical background of modern city planning. Some legal aspects of planning such as zoning laws, building codes, and private deed restrictions. Problems in site planning with relation to physical conditions, landscape construction and costs. Use of contour maps, layout of roads, grouping of buildings, surface and sub-surface drainage, utilities, and community services. DGE, ICE
CE 50 Principles of Reinforced Concrete Design ICE
CE 52 Highway Engineering Planning, design, construction of highways and streets; highway traffic surveys and traffic control; pavement design; construction methods; and economic highways. ICE
CE 56 Structural Engineering IV Recent development analysis, design and construction. ICE
CE 57 Elementary Structural Analysis ICE
CE 58 Engineering Materials Engineering properties of materials of construction; timber, cast and wrought iron, steel, copper, tin, zinc,and their alloys; cement,stone, and sand; paints and varnishes; cables and ropes, etc. ICE
CE 59 Structural Design Structural design of wood, steel, and concrete members including their connections. An integrated design complete with structural places and details and illustrating principles previously discussed will be required. ICE
CE 60 Soils Engineering Properties, identification, classification of soils. Permeability, compressibility, shearing strength, etc. Consolidation theory and settlement analysis. Stability of slope and walls. Lateral pressures . ICE
CE 63 Contracts and Specifications Elements of the law and contract and other affecting engineering profession. Engineering and legal aspects of spefications ICE
CE 64 Ethics and Contracts Professional and civic relations of the engineer. Elements of the law of contracts and other laws affecting the engineering profession. ICE
CE 65 Design of Timber Structures Design of wooden flooring and floor framing, posts, trusses, falsework, bridges,and buildings. Preparation of the bill of materials and estimate costs. ICE
CE 66 Design of Steel Structures Formerly CE 413 ICE
CE 67 Design and Reinforced Concrete Structures ICE
CE 68 Foundation Engineering ICE
CE 69 Machinery Foundations ICE
CE 71 Structural Design I ICE
CE 71 Building Planning and Construction Common architectural terms. Principles underlying good planning such as logical relation to one another of different parts of a building, arrangement of proper lighting and ventilation, orientation and climate, and selection of appropriate materials and construction. Preparation of complete building drawing including floor, foundation, framing, location and roof plans, elevations, sections, and detail drawings. Estimating costs. ICE
CE 72 Structural Design II ICE
CE 73 Structural Design III Structural design of buildings. Preparation of structural drawings. ICE
CE 90 Free Surface Flow Open channel flow, the hydraulic jump, backwater curves. Waves and surges in canals and docks. River control, flood routing, and reservoir operations. ICE
CE 91 Engineering Problems ICE
CE 93 Traffic Engineering ICE
CE 94 Roadway Design and Construction ICE
CE 95 Highway Materials of Construction ICE
CE 110 Hydrology ICE
CE 110 Hydrology Weather and hydrologic cycle; precipitation, evaporation, transpiration and infiltration; ground water flow; rainfall-runoff relations; unit hydrograph; storage and channel routing; flood and drought frequency analysis. ICE
CE 111 Hydraulic Engineering ICE
CE 112 Water Resources Engineering River Engineering; flood and sediment control; drainage; irrigation; hydropower; water supply; inland navigation; multipurpose projects; integrated water resources management. ICE
CE 113 Coastal Engineering Water waves; short- and long-term analyses; wave generation; tides and water levels; wave transformation and breaking; wave forces; design of structures; shore processes; shore protection; computational tools. ICE
CE 114 Multipurpose Water Resources Development Graphic and analytical optimization techniques; optimization by simulation; planning and implementation. ICE
CE 121 Construction Materials Engineering properties of common construction materials (soils, aggregates, concrete, metals, wood, and composite); concrete mix design; standard test methods; non-destructive testing; testing of small-scale structural elements. ICE
CE 123 Construction Engineering and Management I Project development processes, personalities, and project organization; legal and ethical aspects of the civil engineering profession; project documents and service engagement procedures; contract administration. ICE
CE 124 Construction Engineering and Management II Cost engineering; productivity; quantitative methods for construction; site lay-out; planning and scheduling; construction equipment and methodology; pricing and bid strategy; network analysis; resource allocation; software application. ICE
CE 125 Construction Engineering and Management III Site management; total quality approach; problem solving and decision-making; effective communication; motivation and leadership; resource management. ICE
CE 131 Elements of Environmental Engineering Engineering principles in environmental sanitation and public health. Environmental effects of engineering projects. ICE
CE 132 Sanitary Engineering I Unit operations in water and waste water treatment. Design of water and waste water treatment plants. ICE
CE 133 Sanitary Engineering II Engineering applications of new concepts of physical-chemical wastewater treatment. ICE
CE 134 Hazardous Waste Minimization Hazardous waste minimization as a waste management strategy; waste minimization techniques. ICE
CE 135 Environmental Geotechnology Landfill control and uses; contaminated groundwater and seepage; soil/environment and soil/pollutant interaction; hazardous waste control and storage systems; durability and protection of geostructural members hazardous ground. ICE
CE 141 Transportation Engineering I Characteristics of transportation systems; introduction to transportation planning; traffic flow fundamentals; transportation and traffic surveys. ICE
CE 142 Transportation Engineering II Planning and design of transportation facilities; road, rail, air, and water transportation. ICE
CE 143 Transportation Engineering III Urban transport planning and design using statistical techniques, computer methods, modelling and optimization. Policy formulation. Case studies. ICE
CE 150 Structural Engineering I Survey of structural systems, loads, properties of materials, analysis of statistically determinate trusses; design of trusses for different materials; connections; details. ICE
CE 151 Structural Engineering II (Continuation of CE 53) Deflection of trusses, analysis of statically indeterminate trusses; analysis of statically determinate beams and trusses, design for different materials of statically determinate beams and frames; connections; details. ICE
CE 152 Structural Engineering III (Continuation of CE 54). Deflections of beams and rigid frames; analysis of statically indeterminate beams and frames; built-up members; modifying influence such as torsion; slabs; footings; retaining walls; approximate methods of frame analysis. ICE
CE 154 Applied Structural Mechanics ICE
CE 154 Structural Design for Dynmic Effects Techniques for analysis of free and forced vibrations and transient response of structures of several degrees of freedom; behavior of materials under dynamic loads; typical structures. ICE
CE 155 Structural Analysis Theory and applications of methods of structural analysis; influence lines. ICE
CE 156 Design of Steel Members ICE
CE 157 Design of Reinforced Concrete Members ICE
CE 158 Structural Engineering Elective Selected topics in structural engineering. ICE
CE 162 Geotechnical Engineering I Geomorphology; phase relationships; soil plasticity; soil clarification; mechanics of soils; shear strength of solid; compressibility of soils; soil permeability and seepage analysis. ICE
CE 163 Geotechnical Engineering II Site investigations; lateral earth pressures; earth retaining structures; slope stability; bearing capacity and settlements; shallow and deep foundations; ground improvement techniques. ICE
CE 164 Geotechnical Engineering III Soil and rock dynamics. Seismicity and seismic risk analysis. Finite element analysis in geotechnical engineering. Special topics in geotechnical engineering. ICE
CE 180 Seminar ICE
CE 190 Seminar and Research Methods in Civil Engineering Development of research proposal. ICE
CE 197 Special Topics ICE
CE 198 Special Problems ICE
CE 199 Undergraduate Research Project ICE
CE 200 Special Problems ICE
CE 201 Matrix Theory of Structures Structural theorems and strain energy concepts; matrix network formulation of structural analysis; vector transformations; linear structural elements and assemblages; constraints and releases. ICE
CE 206 Energy Method in Civil Engineering ICE
CE 211 Free Surface Flow Open channel flow, the hydraulic jump, backwater curves. Waves and surges in canals and docks. River control, flood routing, and reservoir operations. ICE
CE 212 Applied Hydrology Basic hydrologic principles; hydrograph analysis. Modern hydrologic techniques applicable to problems in water power, water supply, irrigation and flood control. ICE
CE 213 Advanced Hydrology Probable maximum precipitation, estimation of maximum floods, statistical methods in hydrology. ICE
CE 214 Groundwater Development Groundwater movement, storage and exploration, basic principles of groundwater flow and aquifer testing; well design, construction, production tests and maintenance, groundwater recharge and runoff; development and management of aquifers. ICE
CE 215 Water Resources Planning ICE
CE 216 Theory of Plasticity ICE
CE 217 Hydraulic Design ICE
CE 219 Hydraulic Measurements ICE
CE 220 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation ICE
CE 221 Topographic Surveying Stadia surveys; leveling; trigonometric and barometric leveling; measurement of base lines and horizontal angles in precise surveys. Making topographic maps from plane table surveys, transits and aerial surveys. Computing and plotting of profiles and cross-sections. ICE
CE 222 Advanced Concrete Technology Structure of concrete; engineering properties of concrete; behavior of fresh and hardened concrete; materials and processes for special concrete; recent advances in concrete technology. ICE
CE 225 Advanced Construction Engineering Problems of the construction industry, including organization, financing, bonding and insurance problems. Analysis and possible improvement of present-day techniques and equipment employed in heavy and building construction. ICE
CE 226 Structural Dynamics Response of structural components to transient loads and foundation excitation; single- and multi-degree-of-freedom systems; viscous and proportional damping; modal method; response spectra; introduction to wave propagation in solids. ICE
CE 231 Sanitary Engineering Science Analysis of water and sewage. Fundamental chemical, physical and biological processes of water and sewage treatment. ICE
CE 231 (no course title) ICE
CE 232 Environmental Engineering Application of engineering principles in the promotion of good public health. Sanitation problems of drainage, insects, rodents, water, sewage, refuse, food,and air. Administration and management of public health organizations ICE
CE 236 Environmental Benefits and Costs in Civil Engineering Projects Analysis of environmental benefits and costs of alternative schemes and technologies for development projects in civil engineering. ICE
CE 237 Advanced Sanitary Engineering Laboratory Laboratory analyses used in sanitary engineering surveys and research. Special field surveys to be selected by instructor. ICE
CE 238 Industrial Wastes Chemical, physical, and biological processes used in the treatment and disposal of the wastes from industrial plants. Topics for discussion to be selected by the instructor. ICE
CE 240 Transportation Systems Analysis and Planning Elements and features of transport systems, technological and operational characteristics of various modes of transportation; tools for transport system analysis; land use/transport interaction; forecast of transport demand; principles of planning, design, operation, maintenance and management. ICE
CE 241 Airport Engineering Aircraft characteristics and performance related to planning of terminal facilities. Air traffic control and navigation systems. Planning of airport locations and airport complexes. Geometric design of runways, taxiways, etc. Pavement design. Environmental considerations. ICE
CE 242 Traffic Engineering and Management Traffic regulation, control, and traffic signal systems; accidents and their prevention; parking and terminal problems. ICE
CE 243 Highway Engineering Route location. Advanced geometric design of roads, highway intersections and interchanges. Design of pavement and road facilities. Highway capacity analysis. Traffic control. ICE
CE 244 Port and Harbor Engineering Ship performance and characteristics. Capacity analysis. Passenger and freight flow handling. Design of port facilities. ICE
CE 245 Mass Transit Engineering Design and operation of mass transit systems including vehicle, track, station and terminal, and control system design. Analysis of technological, operating and performance characteristics of mass transit systems including capacity, cost, level of service and efficiency. ICE
CE 246 Transportation and Traffic Surveys Different surveys required to provide information for transportation planning and engineering; methods of conducting surveys; analysis and presentation of survey results. ICE
CE 247 Transporatation Economics and Evaluation Concepts and principles of transportation economic analysis; transportation costs and benefits; user and non-user consequences, needs studies, finance and taxation; methods of evaluation of plans and projects and cost-effectiveness. ICE
CE 248 Traffic Flow Theory and Analysis Traffic flow theories applied to intersections, road links, and terminals; queuing tools used in traffic flow analysis; applications to real life situations; analysis and forecasts of congestion. ICE
CE 249 Planning and Design of Transportation Facilities Location, layout and design of different transport facilities; passenger and cargo handling facilities, pedestrian facilities. ICE
CE 250 Pre-Stressed Concrete ICE
CE 251 Structural Safety and Reliability Concepts and methods of probabilistic structural mechanics; statistical consideration of loads and structure resistances; engineering significance of statistical extremes; factors of safety; reliability against wind and earthquake forces. ICE
CE 252 Design of Metal Structures Theories of behavior of structural metal components; interpretation of codes and specifications in relation to theory and experimental results; buckling of metal elements; special problems in metal connections. ICE
CE 253 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures Ultimate strength and behavior of reinforced concrete; structural components, recent developments in concrete technology; review of current research; design specifications. ICE
CE 254 Planning in Structural Design ICE
CE 255 Theory of Plates and Shells Fundamental theories of bending and buckling of plates; flat slab floor systems; folded plate structural elements, thin–walled members; theory of shells applied to tanks, shell roofs, hipped plates, stability problems. ICE
CE 256 Structural Design for Dynamic Effects Response of structural assemblies to transient loads and foundation excitation; inelastic structural systems; dynamic loading from blasts and earthquakes; criteria for blast and earthquake-resistant designs; non-proportional damping. ICE
CE 257 Discrete Methods of Structural Analysis Discrete formulation of structural problems; idealization of solid media and structures as lumped-parameter and finite element systems; substructure analyses; mixed structural systems; non-linearity in structures; structure-medium interaction phenomena. ICE
CE 258 Plastic Structural Analysis and Design Behavior of steel beyond the elastic range; concept of the plastic hinge in forming collapse configurations; analysis of collapse mechanisms, requirements for stability; incremental collapse, optimum design. ICE
CE 259 Earthquake Engineering Concepts of plate tectonics, elastic rebound and fault movements; measures of earthquake size; geological evaluation; seismological evaluation; construction over active faults; soil dynamics and site response; structure response; structural design and detailing; retrofit of existing structures. ICE
CE 260 Soil and Rock Testing Field and laboratory test of soils and rocks; developments in testing method, theories and stress strain characteristics of soils. ICE
CE 261 Soil and Rock Mechanics Physico-chemical, hydraulic, and stress-strain characteristics of soils and rocks; analysis of deformations and stability of earth and rock masses; seepage. ICE
CE 262 Foundation Engineering Design and construction aspects of structural foundation systems; soil-rock-structure interactions; case studies. ICE
CE 263 Soil and Rock Dynamics ICE
CE 264 Geotechnical Engineering Application of soil and rock mechanics and related principles to civil engineering problems. ICE
CE 265 Soil and Rock Engineering Problems Boundary value problems in soil and rock mechanics; numerical methods of solution. ICE
CE 266 Earth Structures Design and construction of earth and rock fill dams, levees, bulkheads, embankments and other earth structures. ICE
CE 268 Critical State Soil Mechanics ICE
CE 269 Ground Improvement Techniques Problematic soils; stability analysis; ground settlements; mechanical modification and densification of soils; granular piles; preloading; vertical drains; dewatering and ground water control; chemical stabilization; soil reinforcement; tiebacks and ground anchors; underpinning; case studies. ICE
CE 270 Fundamental Coastal Hydrodynamics Linear water theory; engineering wave properties; tides; waves in shallow water; wave refraction; diffraction; combined refraction-diffraction; reflection; shoaling; wave breaking; wave forces on fixed structures. ICE
CE 273 Coastal Sediment Transport Beach morphology; mechanism of sediment transport; sediment movement due to oscillatory flow; sediment transport rate; models of coastal sediment transport; shoreline change models; cross-shore sediment transport; longshore sediment transport; beach evolution due to coastal structures. ICE
CE 291 Bridge Design Historical development; types of bridges; methods of analysis and design; specifications for highway and railroad bridges; recent developments. ICE
CE 296 Seminar Seminar ICE
CE 297 Special Topics ICE
CE 298 Special Problems ICE
CE 300 Thesis ICE
CE 301 Environmental Impact Assessment in Civil Engineering Projects Prediction and assessment of impacts on the environment of projects in the field of structural, geotechnical, water resources, transportation and construction engineering. ICE
CE 304 Probabilistic Methods in Civil Engineering ICE
CE 306 Finite Element Methods in Civil Engineering I Modeling; formulation and numerical solutions to linear problems using finite element method. ICE
CE 307 Finite Element Methods in Civil Engineering II Modeling; formulation and numerical solution of nonlinear problems using finite element method. ICE
CE 308 Mechanics in Fracture and Fatigue ICE
CE 311 River Mechanics and Sediment Modeling Overview of river mechanics; erosion and sedimentation; one-and-two dimensional flow; unsteady open channel flow equations; velocity profiles; mechanics of sediment-laden flows; incipient motion; bedforms; bedload; suspended load and total load; mathematical modeling of river and reservoir sedimentation. ICE
CE 312 Testing of Cement and Concrete ICE
CE 313 Stochastic Techniques in Water Resources Time series analysis; spatial analysis; applications of stochastic techniques to water resource systems. ICE
CE 315 Mathematical Modeling of Water Resources Systems Modeling concepts and approaches; methods of solutions; applications to watershed hydrology; river; lake and estuarine flow hydraulics; and groundwater flow. ICE
CE 316 Optimization and Simulation of Water Resources Systems Concepts and models of water resources systems; simulation and optimatization models; application to watersheds, rivers, lakes, reservoir, groundwater aquifer and conjuctive use of surface and groundwater resources; simulation and optimization techniques incorporating risk and uncertainty. ICE
CE 318 Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport Basic concepts and mechanisms of groundwater flow and contaminant transport; derivation of general groundwater flow equation; methods of solutions of groundwater flow equation; mass transport in saturated groundwater zone, derivation of advection dispersion equations; transformation; attenuation or retardation mechanisms; methods of solution of mass transport equations; mass transport in the unsaturated zone; groundwater remediation measures. ICE
CE 322 Advanced Topics in Concrete Technology Modeling of concrete structure and behavior; concrete micromechanics. ICE
CE 324 Astronomy ICE
CE 327 Architecture Common architectural terms; the classic orders; architectural shades and shadows. A series of ordinary "plan" problems. ICE
CE 331 Advanced Surveying ICE
CE 332 Testing of Materials (Combination of two former courses: CE 132 testing of cement and concrete, and CE 323). Testing of steel and iron, wood and other building materials. ICE
CE 340 Advanced Transportation Systems Analysis and Planning Disaggregate models in transportation; fuzzy logic; advanced tools in planning including geographic information system (GIS) applications. ICE
CE 341 Advanced Traffic Flow Theory and Analysis Traffic theories applied to highways and intersections; macroscopic and microscopic analyses of traffic flow-hydrodynamic analogies; gap acceptance; car following. ICE
CE 342 Advanced Traffic Engineering and Management Application of computer simulation, expert systems and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) for solving and evaluating traffic problems. ICE
CE 343 Sanitary Bacteriology and Chemistry General Bacteriology with problems related to water supply and sewage. Chemical analysis of water supply and sewage. ICE
CE 350 Advanced Structural Analysis Material and geometric nonlinear problems; stability analysis; nonlinear analysis strategies and numerical techniques. ICE
CE 351 Random Structural Vibrations ICE
CE 352 Advanced Design of Metal Structures Design of continuous beams, plate girders, composite steel and concrete members, steel plates and shells; braced and unbraced frames. ICE
CE 353 Advanced Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures Members subject to bi-axial bending and axial load; slenderness effects on beam-columns; seismic design provisions; design for torsion; two-way slabs. ICE
CE 356 Advanced Structural Dynamics Methods of structural dynamics for discretized and continuous systems in free and forced vibration; formulation and solution of partial differential equation of motion; potential and kinetic energy methods; mode-superposition; Rayleigh quotient; numerical solution to the eigenvalue problem; direct integration methods; frequency domain analysis; introduction to nonlinear dynamics. ICE
CE 358 Wind Engineering Concepts of atmospheric boundary layer; extreme wind climatology; wind tunnel; bluff-body aerodynamics; aeroelastic phenomena; along-wind response and across-wind response; pressures on low rise structures; vibrations of high-rise and long-span structures; prevention of wind-induced discomfort in and around structures. ICE
CE 360 Geotechnical Testing and Instrumentation Site investigation techniques; soil and rock sampling; laboratory testing for strength and compressibility; triaxial tests; odometer tests; in-situ testing techniques; laboratory and field instrumentation; case studies. ICE
CE 361 Advanced Soil Mechanics Stress and strain in soils; effective stress principles; continuum mechanics; flow through porous media; consolidation theory; stability analysis; seepage analysis; analytical and numerical methods. ICE
CE 397 Special Topics In Civil Engineering ICE
CE 398 Special Problems in Civil Engineering ICE
CE 400 Dissertation ICE
CE 400 Technical Reports Writing reports on subjects of engineering interest and their presentation before the class ICE
CE 401 Engineering Economics Theory of investment; sinking fund; depreciation estimating, cost keeping, estimating first cost of structures and their special application to the field of engineering. ICE
CE 413 Design of Steel Structure Design of steel bridges of a average span. Complete working drawings for same ICE
CE 414 Reinforced Concrete Construction Fundamental principles governing reinforced concrete design; rectangular beams, T-beams, columns footings; slab and girders. Analysis of continuous beams and rigid frames. ICE
CE 415 Wooden Structures Uses of Philippine woods. Design of wooden beams, girders, posts, trusses false work, buildings, and other timber structures in common use. ICE
CE 417 Architecture an introduction to the classic orders of architecture and to the most common architectural terms. A study of the general methods of casting shades and shadows of rectilinear, curvilinear,and composite figures. A series of small "Plan" problems on architectural presentation basis. ICE
CE 420 Roads and Pavements Location and design of roads, specifications and construction of rural highways and city streets pavements. ICE
CE 422 no title ICE
CE 424 Structural Foundations Retaining walls; masonry bridges and culverts; spread footings; pile foundations; subaqueous foundations. ICE
CE 425 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures Design of at least a three-story reinforced concrete building of the beam and girder type, including stairs, elevator shafts, etc. Complete working drawings for same. ICE
CE 426 Engineering Problems A series of practical problems in statics and dynamics, such as occur in ordinary engineering practice, and covering a wide range of topics. ICE
CE 427 Sanitary Engineering Municipal and rural sanitation. Water supply and waste disposal in rural communities; refuse collection and disposal; control of mosquitoes, flies and rats; plumbing principles and regulations; ventilation and lighting buildings; problems of housing,school sanitation, industrial hygiene and other sanitary engineering topics. ICE
CE 429 Building Construction Preparation of building drawings; floor and roof framing, foundation, and location plans, elevations, cross-sections. Detailed drawings of joints, roof covering, gutters, floor, windows and stairs; estimating cost of constructions. ICE
CE 430 Review Course A general view given immediately preceding the July Board Examination fro civil engineers. The object is to refresh the students' minds on the past courses by discussing in class problems covering the most important principles involved in the various board examination subjects. ICE
CE 431 Basic Mine Structures Graphic statistics, trusses, head-frames. Earth pressure; walls and bins. ICE
CE 432 Irrigation Use and practice of applying irrigation water and its duty for staple crops. Design of canals, tunnels, flumes, pipes, spillways, drops, chutes, headgates and low weir dams on previous foundations. Canal theory of diversions. ICE
CE 433 Water Supply and Water Power Public water supply sources; works for storage, purification and distribution. Water power sites; dams, pen stocks, turbines, waterwheels. ICE
CE 453 Machinery Foundations Machinery foundations; spread footings and pile foundations. Properties of cement, concrete and concrete aggregate. ICE
CE 537 Introduction to Operations Research Linear programming, Theory of Games, Queueing problems, Inventory problems. ICE
CE 601 Advanced Structural Theory ICE
CE 602 Advanced Structural Design Problems met by the designing engineer such as the type, economy, design, and erection methods with special reference to indeterminate structures as high buildings, arches,and continuous trusses. ICE
CE 603 Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design I Design of different types of floor systems, columns and footings. Shrinkage, plastic flow, and pres tress. Deflection and torsion. The structure as a rigid frame, elastic supports, bending and torsional stiffness. ICE
CE 604 Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design II Design of more difficult types of concrete structures, such as the rigid frame bridge, tanks, domes, culverts, sewers, arches, and similar structures. ICE
CE 605 Philippine Materials Engineering ICE
ChE 2 Elementary Chemical Engineering DChE
ChE 26 Fundamentals of Programming for Chemical Engineers DChE
ChE 31 Introduction to Chemical Engineering DChE
ChE 32 Industrial Stoichiometry DChE
ChE 100 Introduction to the Chemical Engineering Profession Introduction to chemical engineering: history and emerging trends in various fields. The role of chemical engineers in the development of society. The chemical engineering profession. Overview of unit operations, mass and energy balances, and chemical reaction engineering. DChE
ChE 101 Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering Problem-solving techniques in solving chemical engineering problems; Mass and energy balances in unit operations and unit processes; Principles of phase equilibrium as applied to unit operations. DChE
ChE 106 Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering DChE
ChE 122 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I DChE
ChE 123 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II DChE
ChE 124 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Laboratory DChE
ChE 125 Chemical Reaction Engineering I DChE
ChE 126 Chemical Reaction Engineering II DChE
ChE 131 Transport Processes DChE
ChE 132 Stagewise Operations DChE
ChE 133 Heat and Mass Transfer Equipment Design Applications of the principles of separation and rate processes to the design of heat and mass transfer equipment. DChE
ChE 134 Momentum Transfer and Materials Handling Equipment Design Application of the principles of momentum transfer to process equipment design, the energy balance in flow systems. Materials handling. DChE
ChE 135 Process Engineering Laboratory Experimental study of certain unit operations and processes. DChE
ChE 136 Process Engineering Laboratory II DChE
ChE 140 Chemical Process Industries DChE
ChE 141 Chemical Process Development and Plant Economics DChE
ChE 142 Chemical Engineering Plant Design Chemical engineering components of the design of a chemical process industrial plant. Design of waste treatment and pollution management facilities. DChE
ChE 143 Chemical Engineering Research I DChE
ChE 144 Chemical Engineering Research II DChE
ChE 150 Environmental Process Engineering DChE
ChE 153 Industrial Pollution Control Types, source and harmful effects of industrial pollutants. Measurement of pollution parameters. Industrial Pollution Prevention and Control. DChE
ChE 171 Introduction to Biochemical Engineering DChE
ChE 172 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control DChE
ChE 174 Biochemical Engineering Laboratory DChE
ChE 182 Chemical Process Dynamics and Control DChE
ChE 190 Plant Inspection and Seminar DChE
ChE 197 Special Topics DChE
ChE 198 Special Problems DChE
ChE 202 Biotechnology for Engineers DChE
ChE 205 Advanced Chemical Engineering Laboratory DChE
ChE 211 Optimization Methods in Chemical Engineering DChE
ChE 220 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I DChE
ChE 221 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II DChE
ChE 224 Electrochemical Engineering DChE
ChE 229 Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering I DChE
ChE 231 Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering II DChE
ChE 233 Biochemical Reactor Design DChE
ChE 237 Properties of Biological Materials DChE
ChE 241 Transport Phenomena DChE
ChE 242 Advanced Heat Transmission DChE
ChE 244 High Temperature Processes DChE
ChE 245 Heat Transmission Laboratory DChE
ChE 246 Cryogenic Engineering DChE
ChE 247 Advanced Mass Transfer DChE
ChE 248 Stagewise Operations DChE
ChE 250 Computer-Aided Process Equipment Design DChE
ChE 251 Advanced Chemical Process Dynamics and Control DChE
ChE 261 Advanced Industrial Pollution Control DChE
ChE 266 Waste Utilization DChE
ChE 291 Corrosion Engineering DChE
ChE 292 Biochemical Engineering DChE
ChE 293 Enzyme Engineering DChE
ChE 294 Biochemical Engineering Practice DChE
ChE 296 Seminar DChE
ChE 296.1 Seminar in Chemical Engineering Readings and public presentation on current research, issues and topics in chemical engineering. DChE
ChE 296.2 Research Seminar in Chemical Engineering Conceptualization, conduct of research and preparation of scientific manuscripts on a research problem in chemical engineering. DChE
ChE 297 Special Topics DChE
ChE 298 Special Problems DChE
ChE 300 Thesis DChE
ChE 400 Dissertation DChE
Chem 1 Chemistry: Science that Matters IC
Chem 16 General Chemistry I IC
Chem 17 General Chemistry II IC
Chem 26 Introduction to Quantitative Chemical Analysis Basic principles of analytical chemistry with emphasis on stoichiometry and equilibrium concepts and calculations. IC
Chem 26 Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 26.1 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 26.1 Introduction to Quantitative Chemical Analysis Laboratory Basic principles of analytical chemistry with emphasis on stoichiometry and equilibrium concepts and calculations. IC
Chem 28 Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry Principles and techniques of absolute methods of analysis and selected comparative methods. IC
Chem 28 Quantitative Inorganic Analysis IC
Chem 28.1 Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 28.1 Quantitative Inorganic Analysis Laboratory IC
Chem 31 Elementary Organic Chemistry Introduction to modern theories in organic chemistry. Correlation of structure with properties of organic compounds. IC
Chem 31 Elementary Organic Chemistry IC
Chem 31.1 Elementary Organic Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 33 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Introduction to modern concepts in organic chemistry. Discussion of electronic and structural effects on reaction mechanisms. IC
Chem 33 Organic Chemistry I IC
Chem 33.1 Organic Chemistry I Laboratory IC
Chem 34 Organic Reactions and Spectroscopy An integrated application of modern concepts in organic chemistry to physical properties and chemical reactivities of organic compounds. IC
Chem 34 Organic Chemistry II IC
Chem 34.1 Organic Chemistry II Laboratory IC
Chem 40 Elementary Biochemistry IC
Chem 40.1 Elementary Biochemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 101.1 Intermediate Chemistry Laboratory I IC
Chem 101.1 Laboratory Techniques for Organic and Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 101.2 Organic Reactions and Instrumental Methods of Analysis IC
Chem 101.2 Intermediate Chemistry Laboratory II IC
Chem 102.1 Integrated Laboratory for Biochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry IC
Chem 102.1 Advanced Chemistry Laboratory I IC
Chem 102.2 Advanced Integrated Laboratory for Biochemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry IC
Chem 102.2 Advanced Chemistry Laboratory II IC
Chem 105 Mathematical Methods for Chemistry Applications of mathematical methods to specific problems. IC
Chem 112 Inorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 112 Principles of Inorganic Chemistry and their Applications to Representative Elements Structure, bonding, and chemical reactivities of representative elements and their compounds. IC
Chem 112.1 Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 113 Transition and Rare Earth Elements and their Compounds Chemical structures, properties and reactivities of d- and f-block elements and their compounds. IC
Chem 121 Computer Methods in Chemistry IC
Chem 123 Advanced Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 123 Advanced Analytical Chemistry Principles and applications of instrumental methods with emphasis on separations, spectroscopic and electrochemical methods; introduction to quality assurance in the analytical laboratory. IC
Chem 123.1 Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 125 Basic Electronics for Chemical Instrumentation IC
Chem 145 Principles of Biochemistry Concepts in structure and function of the major biomolecules; bioenergetics, kinetics and mechanisms of enzyme catalysis, modulation and inhibition. IC
Chem 145.1 Laboratory Techniques in Biochemistry Fundamental techniques in biochemistry for extracting, handling and characterizing the major classes of biomolecules. These techniques are used for molecules of high molecular weights, which are relatively unstable and often denaturable with techniques ordinarily applied for small molecules. IC
Chem 146 Biochemistry of Metabolism and Informational Pathways Primary catabolic and anabolic pathways; gene replection, expression and regulation; hormones and signaling pathways. IC
Chem 146 Biochemistry II IC
Chem 146.1 Biochemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 150 Introduction to Physical Chemistry IC
Chem 150.1 Introduction to Physical Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 152 Physical Chemistry I IC
Chem 153 Physical Chemistry: Foundation of Chemical Thermodynamics Fundamental relations and equations of state. IC
Chem 153.1 Physical Chemistry I Laboratory IC
Chem 154 Physical Chemistry for Real Systems IC
Chem 154 Physical Chemistry II IC
Chem 154.1 Physical Chemistry II Laboratory IC
Chem 155 Mathematical Methods in Chemistry IC
Chem 156 Introduction to Quantum Chemistry IC, IC
Chem 196 Undergraduate Seminar IC
Chem 197 Special Topics in Applied Chemistry IC
Chem 200 Undergraduate Thesis IC
Chem 201 Chemistry for Teachers of College Chemistry IC
Chem 203 Environmental Chemistry IC
Chem 203.1 Environmental Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 211 Systematic Inorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 212 Reaction Mechanisms of Transition Metal Complexes IC
Chem 213 Physical Methods of Inorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 214 Inorganic Synthesis IC
Chem 215 Coordination Chemistry IC
Chem 216 Bioinorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 217 Nuclear Chemistry IC
Chem 218 Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals IC
Chem 219 Solid State Chemistry IC
Chem 220 Instrumental Methods of Analysis IC
Chem 220.1 Laboratory in Instrumental Methods of Analysis IC
Chem 221 Electroanalytical Chemistry IC
Chem 222 Optical Methods of Analysis IC
Chem 223 Theoretical Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 224 Aquatic Chemistry IC
Chem 225 Modular Chemical Instrumentation IC
Chem 226 Analytical Separation Methods IC
Chem 227 Radioisotope Techniques IC
Chem 230 Physical Organic Chemistry I IC
Chem 231 Polymer Chemistry IC
Chem 231.1 Polymer Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 234 Physical Organic Chemistry II IC
Chem 235 Theoretical Organic Chemistry IC
Chem 236 Organic Synthesis IC
Chem 236.1 Organic Synthesis Laboratory IC
Chem 237 Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry IC
Chem 238 Hetorocyclic Chemistry IC
Chem 239 Natural Products Chemistry IC
Chem 240 Advanced Biochemistry IC
Chem 241 Lipids and Related Systems IC
Chem 242 Carbohydrates and Related Systems IC
Chem 243 Nucleic Acids IC
Chem 244 Proteins IC
Chem 245 Enzymes IC
Chem 247 Molecular Biochemistry IC
Chem 248 Metabolic and Information Pathways IC
Chem 250 Chemical Thermodynamics I IC
Chem 251 Chemical Thermodynamics II IC
Chem 252 Graduate Physical Chemistry Laboratory IC
Chem 255 Quantum Chemistry IC
Chem 256 Advanced Quantum Chemistry IC
Chem 257 Chemical Kinetics IC
Chem 288 Chemistry Teaching Practicum IC
Chem 289 Special Problem in Chemical Education IC
Chem 291 Seminar in Inorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 292 Seminar in Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 293 Seminar in Organic Chemistry IC
Chem 294 Seminar in Biochemistry IC
Chem 295 Seminar in Physical Chemistry IC
Chem 300 MS Thesis IC
Chem 319 Special Topics in Inorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 319.1 Special Topics in Experimental Inorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 329 Special Topics in Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 329.1 Special Topics in Experimental Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 339 Special Topics in Organic Chemistry IC
Chem 339.1 Special Topics in Experimental Organic Chemistry IC
Chem 349 Special Topics in Biochemistry IC
Chem 349.1 Special Topics in Experimental Biochemistry IC
Chem 359 Special Topics in Physical Chemistry IC
Chem 359.1 Special Topics in Experimental Physical Chemistry IC
Chem 391 Research Seminar in Inorganic Chemistry IC
Chem 392 Research Seminar in Analytical Chemistry IC
Chem 393 Research Seminar in Organic Chemistry IC
Chem 394 Research Seminar in Biochemistry IC
Chem 395 Research Seminar in Physical Chemistry IC
Chem 400 Ph.D. Dissertation IC
Chemistry 21 General Chemistry A study of fundamental principles of chemistry and brief survey of metallic elements. IC
CL 10 Introduction to Philippine Literature in English DECL
CL 19 Introduction to European Literature DECL
CL 20 Introduction to Asian Literature DECL
CL 30 Survey of European Literature Selected works in continental European Literature in English translation. DECL
CL 40 Survey of Asian Literature Selected works in Asian Literature written in or translated into English. DECL
CL 50 Survey of Philippine Literature in English Introduction to Philippine literature in English. DECL
CL 53 Survey of Third World Literature Selected works in Asian, African and Latin American literature reflecting Third World consciousness,written in or translated into English. DECL
CL 56 Survey of Emergent Literatures Introduction to non-canonical literatures. DECL
CL 100 Introduction to Comparative Literature Nature, scope, methods and problems of comparative literature as a discipline; major trends and developments in the field. DECL
CL 102 Masterpieces of the Literature of Southeast Asia The leading works in the literatures of the countries of mainland and insular Southeast Asia. DECL
CL 103 Masterpieces of the Literature of East Asia The leading works in the literatures of the eastern mainland of Asia and insular countries. DECL
CL 104 Literature and the Other Arts I A comparative study of literature and the visual arts. DECL
CL 105 Literature and the Other Arts II DECL
CL 106 Literature and the Social Sciences An introduction to the study of the relationship between literature and the social sciences. DECL
CL 107 Literature and the Natural Sciences The study of relationships between literature and the natural sciences. DECL
CL 108 Literature and Gender DECL
CL 109 Literature and Information Technology Readings in the production, consumption and criticism of new literatures mediated and/or generated by computers. DECL
CL 110 Literature, Politics and Social Change The dynamics of politics and literary developments, particularly in post-colonial cultures. DECL
CL 111 The Short Story Types of short fiction with emphasis on the contemporary short story. DECL
CL 112 The Novel Types of novels with emphasis on the contemporary novel. DECL
CL 113 Poetry Types of poems with emphasis on contemporary poetry. DECL
CL 114 Drama Types of drama with emphasis on the contemporary drama. DECL
CL 115 Creative Nonfiction Types of creative nonfiction with emphasis on contemporary nonfiction prose. DECL
CL 117 Major Traditions in European Literature I Classicism to Pre-Enlightenment. DECL
CL 118 Major Traditions in European Literature II Modernism and Post-Modernism. DECL
CL 119 The Modern Temper in European Literature A study of selected works reflecting the modern continental European temper, in translation. DECL
CL 120 The Realist Tradition in European Literature Continental European literature from Balzac to the 20th century realists. DECL
CL 121 Critical Approaches to Literature I Literary theory and criticism from ancient times to the nineteenth century. DECL
CL 122 Critical Approaches to Literature II Contemporary literary theory and criticism. DECL
CL 123 Critical Approaches to Literature III Critical perspectives developed in Asian, Latin American and African countries, and in Third World and post-colonial societies. DECL
CL 131 Masterpieces of Ancient Egyptian, Hebraic, Arabic, and Persian Literature DECL
CL 132 The Literature of Ancient Civilizations Selected works of Graeco-Roman and Hebraic civilizations in English translation. DECL
CL 133 The Literature of Medieval and Renaissance Europe Selected works in the literature of medieval and Renaissance Europe in English translation. DECL
CL 134 Modern European Literature The Literature of continental Europe from the end of the Renaissance to the Modern Period, in English translation. DECL
CL 135 Literature of Contemporary Europe in English Translation The literature of continental Europe in the contemporary period, in English translation. DECL
CL 136 The European Short Story Analysis of selected continental European short stories, in translation. DECL, DECL
CL 137 The European Novel Analysis of selected continental European novels, in translation. DECL
CL 138 European Drama Analysis of selected continental European plays, in translation. DECL
CL 139 European Poetry Analysis of selected continental European narrative poems, in translation. DECL
CL 140 The Literature of the Near and Middle East Description and Selected works in the literature of the Near and Middle East in English, or in translation. DECL
CL 141 The Literatures of South Asia Selected works in the literature of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, written in, or translated into English. DECL
CL 142 The Literatures of Southeast Asia I Selected works in the literature of Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar. DECL
CL 143 The Literatures of Southeast Asia II Selected works in the literature of Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. DECL
CL 144 The Literature of China Selected works in the literature of China in English translation. DECL
CL 145 The Literature of Japan Selected works in the literature of Japan in English translation. DECL, DECL
CL 147 Third World Fiction Selected fictional works from Asia, Africa and Latin America reflecting Third World consciousness, written in or translated into English. DECL
CL 148 Third World Drama Selected dramatic works from Asia, Africa, and Latin America reflecting Third World consciousness, written in or translated into English. DECL
CL 149 Third World Poetry Selected poetic works from Asia, Africa and Latin America reflecting Third World consciousness, written in or translated into English. DECL
CL 150 The Literature of the Philippines in English I Selected works in the literature of the Philippines from the earliest times to 1940, written in, or translated into English. DECL
CL 151 The Literature of the Philippines in English II Selected works in the literature of the Philippines from 1940 to the present, written in, or translated into English. DECL
CL 152 Philippine Regional Literatures in English Translation I Readings in the traditional as well as in the modern literatures of the various Philippine ethno-linguistic groups. DECL
CL 153 Philippine Regional Literatures in English Translation II Selected readings in the traditional as well in the modern literatures of the various Philippine ethno-linguistic groups. DECL
CL 154 Philippine Women Writers in English Selected works by Philippine women writers written in, or translated into English. DECL
CL 155 Philippine Literature in Spanish in English Translation Selected readings of Philippine literary works in Spanish in English Translation. DECL
CL 160 The Literatures of Africa Selected works in the literature of Africa written in or translated into English. DECL
CL 166 The Literatures of Latin America Selected works in the literature of Latin America written in or translated into English. DECL
CL 170 Folk Literature Selected folk epics, myths, legends, folktales in various countries in English translation. DECL
CL 171 Popular Literature Selected popular literature forms including romance, horror, detective and science fiction. DECL
CL 172 Children's Literature Selected works written for children in English or in translation. DECL
CL 182 Western Feminist Theories and Literary Practices Introduction to Anglo-American and European feminist theories and writings. DECL
CL 183 Non-Western Feminist Theories and Literary Practices Feminist perspectives developed by Third World/Post-colonial Women. DECL
CL 184 Gay Writing Selected works by gay writers. DECL
CL 185 Literary Translation Theory and practice in the translation of literary texts into English. DECL
CL 186 European Lyric Poetry Analysis of selected continental European lyric poems, in translation. DECL
CL 191 Seminar: Approaches to Comparative Literature DECL
CL 198 Selected Topics DECL
CL 199 Research Undergraduate thesis in comparative literary study. DECL
CL 200 Undergraduate Thesis DECL
CL 201 Areas and Methods of Comparative Literary Study DECL
CL 202 Literary Theory and Criticism Theories and practice of literary criticism. DECL
CL 203 Aesthetics and Literary Criticism Analysis of the relationship between aesthetics and literary criticism. DECL
CL 206 Literary History Theories and methods of literary history. DECL
CL 207 Modern Criticism Theories and practice of literary criticism in modern times from the beginning of the nineteenth century. DECL
CL 209 Study of Literary Texts in the Original Select literary pieces in the original foreign language of the students choice. DECL
CL 210 Literature and the Behavioral Sciences Literature and its interrelationship with the behavioral sciences. DECL
CL 211 The Novel Analysis of the forms of the novel in selected works. DECL
CL 212 Poetry Analysis of various forms of poetry. DECL
CL 213 The Drama Anlysis of various forms of the drama. DECL
CL 214 The Essay and Other Prose Forms Analysis of various forms of prose. DECL
CL 215 Ideas of Comedy Comic drama as it evolved in the literary tradition of the West DECL
CL 216 Lyric and Narrative Poetry DECL
CL 220 Emergent Literatures Alternative hegemony to the dominant literatures, particularly in Third World countries. DECL
CL 221 Seminar in Literature Studies of leading authors in World Literature excluding English and American. DECL
CL 230 European Literature Selected readings from continental European Literature. DECL
CL 233 Philippine Literature in Iloko DECL
CL 234 Philippine Regional Literatures in English Translation DECL
CL 235 Philippine Writing in Bisaya DECL
CL 240 Asian Literatures I Selected readings from East Asia, South Asia and Southeast Asia. DECL
CL 241 Asian Literatures II The study of selected works from the national literatures of countries in East Asia and South Asia. DECL
CL 247 Third World Literature Analysis of representative works from Asia, Africa, and Latin America, reflecting Third World consciousness. DECL
CL 250 Philippine Literatures in English I DECL
CL 251 Philippine Literatures in English II The study of selected works of Philippine Literatures in English from 1972 to the present. DECL
CL 252 Philippine Literary Relations DECL
CL 266 The Literatures of Mexico, Central and South America. The study of selected works from the national literatures of Mexico, and of the countries in Central and South America. DECL
CL 270 Folk Literature Advances studies in folk literature in English and in English translation. DECL
CL 271 Popular Literature Advanced studies in popular literature. DECL
CL 282 Feminist Perspectives in Literature DECL
CL 284 Gender Issues in Literature Role of gender in the production and reception of literature. DECL
CL 285 Literary Translation Theory and practice in the translation of literary texts from Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. DECL
CL 286 Literary Translation (Practicum) Practice in the translation of literary texts. DECL
CL 287 Relay Translation Translation of literary texts through English as an intermediary language. DECL
CL 288 Problems in Literary Translation Problems and issues in the process of translation. DECL
CL 298 Directed Readings DECL
CL 299 Research Bibliography and methods of comparative literary research. DECL
CL 300 Master's Thesis DECL
CL 301 Seminar: Areas and Methods of Comparative Literature DECL
CL 302 Seminar: Literary Theory and Criticism DECL
CL 304 Seminar: Literary Genres DECL
CL 305 Seminar: Literature and the Other Arts DECL
CL 306 Seminar: Literary Influence and Reception DECL
CL 307 Seminar: Literary Periods and Movements DECL
CL 309 Seminar in Literary Theory and Criticism DECL
CL 310 Seminar: Literature and the Social Sciences DECL
CL 317 Seminar: Literary Traditions DECL
CL 318 Seminar: The Romantic Tradition DECL
CL 319 Seminar: Modernism in Literature DECL
CL 330 Seminar: European Literatures DECL
CL 340 Seminar: Asian Literatures DECL
CL 347 Seminar: Third World Literature DECL
CL 350 Seminar: Philippine Literatures in English DECL
CL 360 Seminar: African Literature DECL
CL 366 Seminar: The Literatures of Mexico, Central and South America DECL
CL 370 Seminar: Folk Literature DECL
CL 371 Seminar: Popular Literature Advanced studies in popular literature. DECL
CL 372 Seminar: Literature and Digital Technologies DECL
CL 385 Seminar: Literary Translation Advanced studies in the theory and practice of literary translation. DECL
CL 395 Problems in Comparative Literature DECL
CL 399 Research DECL
CL 400 Doctoral Dissertation DECL
CoE 23 Synthesis of Sequential Circuits Minimization of synchronous sequential circuits; synthesis of synchronous sequential circuits using structured techniques; delays and hazards; asynchronous Huffman circuits; physical characteristics of logic gate implementations EEEI
CoE 111 Advanced Digital Design Combinational and sequential circuits; structured design; digital design using programmable devices; hardware description language (HDL)-based digital design; simulation; testing of digital circuits. EEEI
CoE 113 Advanced Computer Organization Instruction sets; central processor implementations; pipelining; hardwired and microprogrammed control; reduced instruction set computer (RISC) processors; datapaths; arithmetic and logic units (ALUs); memory. EEEI
CoE 115 Introduction to Embedded Microcontrollers Introduction to embedded microcontrollers in electronic and electromechanical systems. Hardware and software design techniques. System interfaces, data acquisition and control. High speed design techniques. EEEI
CoE 115 Microprocessor-Based Design Microprocessor system structure; bus interconnections; types of memory; memory organization and encoding; input/output (I/O) interfacing; embedded and real-time operating systems (OS); high speed design techniques. EEEI
CoE 121 Introduction to Digital Signal Processing Discrete-time systems in frequency domain; digital filter design; linear prediction and optimum linear filters. EEEI
CoE 123 Introduction to Digital Image and Video Processing Digital image fundamentals; introduction to two-dimensional digital signal processing (DSP); image enhancements and restoration algorithms; image filters; image coding and compression; video coding and standards; some applications of video and image processing. EEEI
CoE 127 Audio and Speech Signal Processing Fundamental audio synthesis concepts; advanced techniques of audio signal processing, analysis and modeling; engineering models for speech signal analysis, synthesis and recognition. EEEI
CoE 129 Real-Time Digital Signal Processing Digital signal processor architectures; data converters; real-time concepts and programming; digital filtering; real-time spectral analysis. EEEI
CoE 131 Introduction to Software Engineering Specification, design, analysis and implementation of software and firmware; performance and design evaluation; software testing, delivery and maintenance. EEEI
CoE 133 Computer Systems Engineering I History and overview of computer systems engineering; role of systems analyst; requirements analysis and elicitation; life cycles; project management; architectural design; implementation, testing, and maintenance issues. EEEI
CoE 133 Computer Systems Engineering History and overview of computer systems design; overview of systems engineering; role of systems analyst; requirements analysis and elicitation; life cycles; project management; architectural design; implementation, testing, and maintenance issues. EEEI
CoE 134 Computer Systems Engineering II Requirements analysis and elicitation. Architectural design. Implementation, testing and maintenance issues. EEEI
CoE 135 Operating Systems Overview of operating systems. System calls. Process management. Threads. Scheduler. Interprocess communication and synchronization. Deadlock and starvation. Memory management. Virtual memory. I/O systems. File system. EEEI
CoE 141 Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuit Design Concepts, economics and trends of integrated circuits (IC); MOS transistor characteristics and models; basic digital building blocks; structured digital circuits and systems. EEEI
CoE 143 Introduction to Analog Integrated Circuit Design IC fabrication processes. Analog device modeling. Circuit simulation. Amplifiers, comparators and other analog systems. EEEI
CoE 151 Computer Networks Principles and practices of computer networking. Structures and components of networks. Packet switching. Layered architectures. Open systems interconnect (OSI) reference module. Transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP). EEEI
CoE 153 ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS Advanced topics in computer networks, including internet architecture and design, multicast and advanced routing. Quality of service and congestion control. Network measurement and modeling. Mobile and ad-hoc networks. Web technologies and the Semantic Web. Application-layer overlay networks. Security and privacy. Emerging applications. EEEI
CoE 197 Special Topics in Computer Engineering EEEI
CoE 198 Special Problems in Computer Engineering EEEI
Comm 1 Communication Skills DFPP, DECL
Comm 2 Communication Skills DECL, DFPP
Comm 3 Eng English DSCTA
Comm 3 Fil Filipino DSCTA
Comm 100 Introduction to Communication and Media OCS
Comm 108 Printing Techniques OCS
Comm 110 Communication and Media Ethics OCS
Comm 120 Laws on Communication and Media OCS
Comm 130 Communication and Media Theories OCS
Comm 140 Media and Society OCS, GRADUATE
Comm 140 Media and Society A critical analysis of how media shape and are shaped by the structures of Philippine and global society. GRADUATE, OCS
Comm 141 Media and Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE) Reading SOGIE discourses in media. OCS
Comm 150 Internet Communication Studies OCS
Comm 160 Integrated Marketing Communication for Alternative Media OCS
Comm 191 Mass Communication Ethics OCS
Comm 201 Communication, Culture and Society GRADUATE
Comm 210 Approaches in Communication Research GRADUATE
Comm 211 Quantitative Methods in Communication Research GRADUATE
Comm 212 Qualitative Methods in Communication Research Principles and techniques of data construction and analysis in communication using qualitative methods and approaches. GRADUATE
Comm 212 Qualitative Methods in Communication Research GRADUATE
Comm 221 Seminar on the Folk Media GRADUATE
Comm 222 Health Communication GRADUATE
Comm 224 Science Communication GRADUATE
Comm 225 Strategic Communication GRADUATE
Comm 226 Organizational Communication Research GRADUATE
Comm 230 Concepts and Issues in Communication Theory GRADUATE
Comm 231 Participatory Communication GRADUATE
Comm 232 Issues in Crisis Communication GRADUATE
Comm 233 Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility GRADUATE
Comm 240 Concepts and Issues in Communication Theory GRADUATE
Comm 241 Communication and Socio-Cultural Change GRADUATE
Comm 250 Approaches and Issues in Intercultural Communication GRADUATE
Comm 251 Communication and Asian Societies GRADUATE
Comm 270 Research and Communication Technologies GRADUATE
Comm 285 Issues in Public Communication GRADUATE
Comm 286 Communication Evaluation GRADUATE
Comm 287 Communication Campaigns GRADUATE
Comm 295 Audience Research GRADUATE
Comm 297 Special Topics in Communication Research GRADUATE
Comm 298 Special Projects GRADUATE
Comm 299 Communication Research Design GRADUATE
Comm 300 Thesis GRADUATE
Comm 301 Communication Theories, Models, and Frameworks GRADUATE, DCRes
Comm 301 Seminar in Communication Theory and Model Building DCRes, GRADUATE
Comm 302 Seminar in Cross-Cultural Communication Behavior GRADUATE
Comm 303 Seminar in Philippine Communication Behavior GRADUATE
Comm 304 Seminar in Communication and Social Constructions GRADUATE
Comm 305 Data Construction in Communication Research GRADUATE
Comm 306 Quantitative Approaches to Communication Research DCRes, DCRes, GRADUATE, GRADUATE, CMC, CMC
Comm 307 Qualitative Approaches to Communication Research CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, GRADUATE, DCRes, DCRes
Comm 310 Seminar in Communication Research Methods GRADUATE
Comm 311 Seminar in Cross-Cultural Research GRADUATE
Comm 312 Data Collection and Analysis in Communication Research GRADUATE
Comm 313 Communication Evaluation GRADUATE
Comm 320 Communication Policy and Planning GRADUATE
Comm 321 Communication Networks GRADUATE
Comm 322 Philippine Communication Environment GRADUATE
Comm 323 Communication in Management GRADUATE
Comm 324 Communication and Public Opinion GRADUATE
Comm 330 Seminar in Comparative Communication Systems GRADUATE
Comm 331 Seminar in Communication Technologies and Social Policies GRADUATE
Comm 332 Seminar in Asian Communication Environment GRADUATE
Comm 333 Seminar in Contemporary Issues in Communication GRADUATE
Comm 334 Communication and Nation-Building GRADUATE
Comm 335 Mass Media, Government and Society GRADUATE
Comm 336 Seminar on the Historical Developments of Mass Communication in the Philippines GRADUATE
Comm 340 Political Communication DCRes
Comm 341 Political Communication GRADUATE, CMC
Comm 342 The Press and the Political Process GRADUATE, DCRes, CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, DCRes
Comm 343 Communication and Public Opinion DCRes, CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, GRADUATE, DCRes
Comm 345 Mass Media, Government and Society CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, GRADUATE, DCRes, DCRes
Comm 353 Health Communication in Mass-Mediated Contexts GRADUATE, GRADUATE, DCRes, DCRes, CMC, CMC
Comm 354 Health Communication Campaigns DCRes, GRADUATE, CMC, CMC, DCRes, GRADUATE
Comm 361 Public Communication DCRes, GRADUATE, CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, DCRes
Comm 363 Communication in Management GRADUATE, CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, DCRes, DCRes
Comm 372 Risk Communication DCRes, CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, GRADUATE, DCRes
Comm 397 Seminar in Contemporary Issues in Communication DCRes, DCRes, GRADUATE, GRADUATE, CMC, CMC
Comm 398 Independent Studies DCRes, CMC, CMC, GRADUATE, GRADUATE, DCRes
Comm 400 Dissertation GRADUATE
Commercial Law 1 Transportation and Public Utilities A study of the law of merchants, commercial transactions and books based on Book I, Titles I and III of the Code of Commerce, provisions of Commonwealth Act No. 287 on the registration of corporations in the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Negotiable Instruments Law Act No. 2031, and the Warehouse Receipts Law Act No. 2137, together with interpretative cases and other materials. Law
Comm Res 101 Introduction to Communication Research DCRes
Comm Res 110 Introduction to Qualitative Research in Communication DCRes
Comm Res 115 Statistical Concepts for Communication Research DCRes
Comm Res 120 Quantitative Analysis in Communication Research DCRes
Comm Res 125 Introduction to Computer Technology DCRes
Comm Res 130 Qualitative Analysis in Communication Research DCRes
Comm Res 160 Internship DCRes
Comm Res 165 Data Interpretation and Reporting DCRes
Comm Res 170 Fundamentals of Communication Planning DCRes
Comm Res 175 Fundamentals of Communication and Management DCRes
Comm Res 180 Project Development in Communication Research DCRes
Comm Res 190 Mass Media Research Methods DCRes
Comm Res 195 Surveys in Communication DCRes
Comm Res 197 Special Topics in Communication Research DCRes
Comm Res 199 Research Design DCRes
Comm Res 200 Thesis DCRes
Comm Res 290 Management of Research GRADUATE
CS 11 Computer Programming I DCS, EEEI
CS 12 Computer Programming II Advanced programming techniques. Recursion. Abstract data types: stacks, queues, linked structures. Programming interfaces. Introduction to object-oriented programming: classes, inheritance, polymorphism. Event-handling. Exception handling. API programming. EEEI, DCS
CS 21 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming Machine level representation of data. Assembly level machine organization. Assembly/machine language programming. Memory system organization and architecture. Interfacing and communication. Functional organization. Multiprocessing and alternative architectures. DCS
CS 22 Introduction to Computer Organization Basic logic design; coding; number representation and arithmetic; computer architecture; study of an actual, simple minicomputer or microcomputer system. DCS
CS 24 Operating Systems and Computer Architecture II concurrent processes; name management; resource allocation; protection; advanced architecture and operating systems implementations. DCS
CS 30 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Combinatorial Structures and their applications to Computer Science DCS
CS 32 Data Structures Graphs; algorithms design and analysis; algorithms for memory management; design of a simple database management system. DCS
CS 32 Data Structures Concepts, algorithms and applications of complex data structures: tables, trees, graphs, heaps, generalized lists, multilinked structures. Basic algorithmic techniques and analysis: sorting algorithms, hash tables, binary search trees, balanced trees. DCS
CS 70 Computers and Society History of computing and technology; the role of computers in modern society; the computer and the individual; survey of computer applications; legal and ethical issues; computers in decision-making processes; the computer scientist as a professional; futurists' views of computing public perception of computers and computer scientists. DCS
CS 80 Special Problems DCS
CS 115 Advance Communication Electronics Circuits for digital communications. Phase -locked loops. Clock circuits. Digital modulation and demodulation. A/D converters. Multiplexers. EEEI
CS 120 Internet Technologies Programmer-oriented survey of contemporary authoring, distributing, browsing, client server and other technologies; role, use and implementation of current Internet tools; security and privacy issues. DCS
CS 130 Mathematical Methods in Computer Science Vector spaces. Linear transformations. Matrices and determinants. Ordinary differential equations and systems of ordinary differential equations; Fourier series; Laplace transforms. DCS
CS 131 Numerical Methods Floating point arithmetic; use of mathematical subroutine packages; approximation; numerical integration and differentiation; solution of linear and non-linear equations; solution of ordinary differential equations DCS
CS 131 Numerical Methods Floating point arithmetic; use of mathematical subroutine packages; approximation; numerical integration and differentiation; solution of linear and non-linear equations; solution of ordinary differential equations DCS
CS 133 Automata Theory and Computability Finite state automata and regular expressions; context free grammars and pushdown automata. Turing machines, Church's thesis, complexity classes, and undecidability. DCS
CS 134 Computational Complexity Time complexity; the classes P and NP; NP-completeness; the polynomial hierarchy; space complexity; intractability. DCS
CS 135 Algorithm Design and Analysis . Algorithm analysis: asymptotic analysis, time and space tradeoffs, recurrence relations. Greedy, divide and conquer, heuristics and other algorithm design strategies. Fundamental computing algorithms for sorting, selection, trees and graphs. Intractability and approximation. DCS
CS 137 Computer Algebra Arithmetic in basic algebraic domains; the Euclidean algorithm; polynomial greatest common divisors and resultants; polynomial factorization. DCS
CS 140 Operating Systems Survey of operating systems. Memory management: virtual memory, segmentation, paging,fetch and replacement policies. Processor and process management: scheduling, concurrency, synchronization and mutual exclusion, deadlock. Device management. Security. File systems: sequential, direct access, and indexed sequential files. Implementation of file organization. files. Implementation of file organization DCS
CS 140 Operating Systems and Computer Architecture I Review of some basic computer systems concepts; dynamic procedure activation, including runtime storage allocation,addressing mechanisms and parameter handling; system structures; evaluation of systems; memory management; process management; recovery procedures. DCS
CS 145 Computer Networks Network models and layers; terminal and file transfer protocols; message handling protocols; concurrency; network interconnection; distributed computation; overview of networking and communication software. DCS
CS 150 Programming Languages History and overview of programming languages. Programming paradigms: imperative, functional, object-oriented, logical. Type systems. Data and execution control. Declaration and modularity. Introduction to syntax and semantics. Introduction to language translation. DCS
CS 150 Organization of Programming Languages Programming language concepts. Data types and structures; control structures and data flow; run-time consideration; interpretive languages; introduction to analytical analysis and parsing. DCS
CS 153 Introduction to Computer Security Computer Security Models and Protocols. Security Issues. Cryptographic Algorithms and Digital Signatures. Risk Assessment DCS
CS 155 Compiler Construction Grammar specification, lexical analysis, parsing techniques, semantic analysis, code generation and optimization, runtime storage administration, error detection and recovery. DCS
CS 160 File Processing Logical and physical file structures. Secondary storage devices. Sequential, direct and indexed files. Single-key and multiple-key retrieval. Data compaction. Implementation of file organizations. DCS
CS 165 Database Systems Database concepts: data independence,architecture, models, administration, relational algebra and calculus, normalization, structured query language, query optimization, transactions, concurrency, recovery, security.Survey of database management systems. DCS
CS 165 Database Management System Design Introduction to database concepts; data normalization; data description languages; query facilities; file organization; index organization; file security; data integrity and reliability. DCS
CS 171 Topics in Theoretical Computer Science DCS
CS 172 Topics in Net-Centric Computing DCS
CS 173 Topics in Software Technology DCS
CS 174 Topics in Computer Systems DCS
CS 175 Topics in Computational Science DCS
CS 176 Topics in Intelligent Systems DCS
CS 180 Artificial Intelligence Means and uses of knowledge representation in heuristic problem solving; search strategies and control; introduction to natural language processing; selected studies on communication and perception; current research and applications. DCS, DCS
CS 180 Artificial Intelligence Fundamental principles of artificial intelligence. Search methods. Knowledge representation and reasoning. Agents. Machine learning and neural works. Current research applications. DCS
CS 191 Software Engineering I Principles of Software Engg. Software Project Management. Requirements Engineering. Systems Analysis and Design. DCS
CS 192 Software Engineering II Software architecture and design patterns; software quality assurance; software implementation and maintenance. DCS
CS 194 Undergraduate Research Seminar DCS
CS 195 Practicum DCS
CS 195 Practicum DCS
CS 196 Seminar on Ethical and Professional Issues in Computing DCS
CS 197 Special Topics DCS
CS 198 Special Problems I DCS
CS 198 Special Problems DCS
CS 199 Special Problems II DCS
CS 200 Undergraduate Thesis DCS
CS 204 Theory of Computation Formal models of computation; recursive function theory; undecidability. Resourcebounded computational complexity, non-determinism, NPcompleteness. DCS, DCS
CS 208 Complexity Theory Computational models, measures of complexity, complexity classes: nondeterministic, alternating, probabilistic, parallel. Boolean circuits. Complete problems. DCS
CS 210 Advanced Algorithms and Data Structures Advanced data structures; algorithm design techniques; mathematical techniques in the analysis of algorithms. DCS
CS 211 Combinatorial Optimization Design and analysis of algorithms for combinatorial optimization problems, worst-case complexity, NP- Completeness proofs, euristics. Open problems. DCS
CS 213 Communication Theory Mathematical theory of communication. Information Theory, Communication Channels. Coding. Cryptography. DCS
CS 214 Parallel Algorithms Models of parallel computation. Performance measures, scalability, pipelining, techniques for analyzing parallel algorithms. Interconnection network topologies. Applications. DCS
CS 216 Randomized Algorithms Construction and analysis of randomized algorithms. Expected performance of randomized algorithms, fundamental limitations on probabilistic computations, complexity issues, applications. DCS
CS 220 Survey Of Programming Languages Comparative study of different types of modern programming languages; imperative, functional, logic-based and object-oriented. Syntax, semantics and implementation of programming languages. DCS
CS 222 Programming Language Theory Fundamental concepts underlying all programming languages. Semantic aspects including binding times, visibility, retention, storage management, abstraction mechanisms and extensibility. Operational and denotational semantic specifications. DCS
CS 225 Compiler Design and Construction Theory of compiler design and construction: techniques in error correction and recovery; code generation and optimization. DCS
CS 231 Numerical Computing Algorithm design for numerical computation. Error analysis. Performance evaluation of numerical software. DCS
CS 233 Probabilistic Methods in Computer Science Random combinatorial structures and their applications to computer science. DCS
CS 236 Scientific Computing Problems and methods in scientific computing. Applications from science and engineering. DCS
CS 237 Biomedical Informatics Computational methods for managing and analyzing information about biomedical systems. Standards and tools in biomedical informatics. DCS
CS 239 Parallel Computing Parallel computer architectures. Programming for parallel architectures. Representation, program dependence, control structures. DCS
CS 240 Computer Graphics Solid modeling: Euler operators, finite element methods. Rendering: filling, shading, ray tracing. Natural modeling: L-systems, fractals. Image processing: filtering, antialiasing, enhancement. DCS
CS 242 Data Visualization Visualization techniques for data from science, business, social science, demographics, and information management. DCS
CS 245 Network Optimization Algorithms for network optimization problems; shortest paths, maximum flows, minimum-cost flows, multicommodity flows, dynamic flows, minimum cuts, matching, and assignment problem DCS
CS 247 Cryptography Primality testing, finite fields, elliptic curves. Protocols: public key cryptography, digital signatures, zero knowledge proofs, and other cryptographic protocols. DCS
CS 248 Computational Mathematics Overview of computational mathematics. Algorithms for computing with algebraic structures. Computer algebra systems. DCS
CS 250 Advanced Operating Systems Synchronization and communication mechanisms, virtual memory management,file systems, deadlock control, resource allocation, protection and access control. Case study of specialized systemsother cryptographic protocols. DCS
CS 252 Advanced Computer Architecture DCS
CS 253 Computer Security Encryption, digital signatures,authentication, key management. Secure electronic commerce. Network Security. File security. DCS
CS 255 Advanced Computer Networks The OSI Reference Model and layers. Distributed computing. Networked multimedia systems. Clint-server computing. Communication and internet working. DCS
CS 255 Computer Networks OSI Reference Model and layers; protocols and services; local and wide area networks; internet working; specific implementations. DCS
CS 256 Computer Systems Performance Analysis Overview of performance evaluation. Measurement techniques and tools. Applications of probability theory and techniques. Experimental design and analysis. Simulation and queuing models DCS
CS 257 Distributed Systems Computer communications networks and their protocols. Event ordering and synchronization. Deadlocks. Network operating systems and languages for distributed computing. Distributed databases. Fault tolerance and recovery strategies. Applications. DCS
CS 258 Mobile Computing Mobile computing systems. Data management, packet transmission, mobile IP, routing protocols, reliability and issues in mobile wireless networks. DCS
CS 259 Network Performance, Modeling and Monitoring Network performance evaluation. Measurement techniques and tools. Simulation, queuing models, case studies, practicals. DCS
CS 260 Advanced Software Engineering Structured approach to requirements analysis, system design, implementation and maintenance of software systems. Formal description and documentation techniques. DCS
CS 262 Methods of Software Development Modern approaches to software development. Prototyping and automated tools. Computer Aided Systems Engineering (CASE) methods and tools. Object-oriented Programming Systems (OOPS). DCS
CS 265 Software Quality Assurance Quality Management, Quality Assurance, Quality Control. Measurement and Analysis. Maturity Model. DCS
CS 266 IT Project Management Detailed discussions of project management knowledge areas and processes. Case studies. Simulations and walk through of real-world IT projects from initiation and planning to evaluation and closing. DCS
CS 267 Software Engineering for the Web Software process and requirements analysis, design, development and testing for web-based systems, software development tools, configuration management systems, case studies. DCS
CS 268 Web Science The Web as a full communications medium that fosters full collaboration, social interaction, and commerce. Case studies. DCS
CS 270 Advanced Database Systems Data models and their underlying mathematical foundations; database manipulation and query languages; functional dependencies; physical data organization and indexing methods; concurrency control; crash recovery; database security; distributed databases. DCS
CS 271 Database Theory Data models and their underlying mathematical foundations; database manipulation and query languages; functional dependencies; physical data organization and indexing methods; concurrency control; crash recovery; database security; distributed databases. DCS
CS 280.0 Artificial Intelligence Fundamental issues in Intelligent Systems. Intelligent search and optimization methods. Knowledge representation and reasoning. Learning, natural language understanding, pattern recognition, knowledge-based systems and other methods in intelligent Systems. DCS
CS 280 Intelligent Systems Fundamental issues in Intelligent Systems. Intelligent search and optimization methods. Knowledge representation and reasoning. Learning, natural language understanding, pattern recognition, knowledge-based systems and other methods in intelligent Systems. DCS
CS 281 Robotic Systems Biologically-motivated robotic systems. Reactive, deliberative, and hybrid architectures. Knowledge representation for robotics systems. Sensor fusion and perceptual strategies. Adaptation and social behavior. Knowledge representation and reasoning. Learning, natural language understanding, pattern recognition, knowledge-based systems and other methods in intelligent Systems. DCS
CS 282 Computer Vision Image formation; early vision; segmentation from texture and motion; object representation; matching and inference; knowledge-based vision. DCS
CS 283 Data Mining Decision trees, association rules, clustering. Intrusion detection. Design and use of serial, distributed and parallel data mining algorithms. DCS
CS 284 Machine Learning Pattern recognition, parametric and nonparametric learning, decision trees, Bayesian and neural networks, reinforcement learning, genetic algorithms, computational learning theory. DCS
CS 286 Natural Language Understanding Computational properties of natural languages. Morphological, syntactic and semantic processing from an algorithmic perspective. Models of acquisition and parsing. DCS
CS 287 Speech Processing Models of speech processing, speech recognition and synthesis. Speech recognition systems. Text-to-speech systems. Applications. DCS
CS 289 Digital Image Processing DCS
CS 290 Advanced Topics in Theoretical Computer Science DCS
CS 291 Advanced Topics in Net-Centric Computing DCS
CS 292 Advanced Topics in Software Technology DCS
CS 293 Advanced Topics in Computer Systems DCS
CS 294 Advanced Topics in Computational Science DCS
CS 295 Advanced Topics in Intelligent Systems DCS
CS 296 Seminar DCS
CS 297 Special Topics DCS
CS 298 Special Problem DCS
CS 300 Thesis DCS
CS 301 Communication Complexity DCS
CS 315 Algorithms in Bioinformatics DCS
CS 318 Approximation Algorithms DCS
CS 334 Computational Systems Biology DCS
CS 338 Computational Models of Biological Processes DCS
CS 341 Knowledge Engineering DCS
CS 351 Pervasive Computing and Communication DCS
CS 360 Formal Methods DCS
CS 369 The Semantic Web DCS
CS 371 Security Engineering DCS
CS 380 Computational Intellingence 1 DCS
CS 381 Computational Intellingence 2 DCS
CS 385 Artificial Neural Networks DCS
CS 389 Digital Image Processing DCS
CS 390 Independent Study DCS
CS 397 Special Topics DCS
CS 400 Dissertation DCS
CT 11 Creative Clothing Design CTID
CT 14 Fashion Illustration CTID
CT 15 Development of Costume CTID
CT 25 Development of Philippine and Other Asian Costumes CTID
CT 27 Basic Clothing Production CTID
CT 31 Apparel Accessories Selection and production of different apparel accessories. CTID
CT 108 Management in the Garment Industry I CTID
CT 108.1 Management in the Garment Industry II CTID
CT 109 Quality Control in Textiles and Apparel CTID
CT 114 Apparel Design CTID
CT 117 Pattern Drafting and Grading I CTID
CT 117.1 Pattern Drafting and Grading II CTID
CT 118 Clothing Merchandising I CTID
CT 118.1 Clothing Merchandising II CTID
CT 119 Problems in Textiles A survey of recent developments and trends in the production and use of textile goods. Evaluation of factors affecting performance and care of fabrics. CTID
CT 124 Apparel Accessories CTID
CT 127 Draping CTID
CT 137 Advanced Clothing Production CTID
CT 171 Practicum I CTID
CT 171.1 Practicum II CTID
CT 171.2 Practicum III CTID
CT 197 Special Topics in Textiles CTID
CT 199 Research Methods CTID
CT 200 Undergraduate Thesis CTID
CTRA 11 Applied Textile Design Considerations of line, form, and color as applied in textile printing, block printing, weaving, stencilling, etc. CTID
CTRA 13 Art in Daily Living CTID
CTRA 16 Clothing Selection, Purchase and Care CTID
CTRA 17 Fundamentals of Clothing Construction CTID
CTRA 19 Textiles for Consumers CTID
CTRA 20 Applied Textile Design Consideration of line form, and color as applied to problems in textile painting, block printing, weaving, stenciling, etc. CTID
CTRA 21 Crafts Design CTID
CTRA 22 Art in Daily Living Study of the problems of human needs with emphasis in the selection, combination and arrangement of objects for the home and an appreciation of its surroundings. Provides creative experiences based on the application of the aesthetic principles of color and design. CTID
CTRA 24 Clothing Selection, Purchase and Care Principles of selection, purchase and care of wearing apparel. An appreciation of the aesthetic, economic, sociological, psychological and technical aspects of clothing. CTID
CTRA 26 Fundamentals of Clothing Construction Fundamental methods and techniques of constructing simple well fitted garments with the use of basic flat pattern. CTID
CTRA 27 Textiles for Consumer Interpretation of basic textile information and other factors related to consumer selection, use and care of clothing and household textiles. CTID
CTRA 28 Development of Costume A survey of ancient, western and Filipino costumes reflecting the political, economic and social influence on aesthetic development of dress. CTID
CTRA 29 Problems in Clothing Construction Provides opportunity for developing skills and advanced techniques in constructing garments for family members with emphasis in the use of different types of fabrics and designs. CTID
CTRA 100 Historic Furniture I Historical survey of the arts of interior design with emphasis on furniture from ancient times to the 18th century. CTID
CTRA 101 Handweaving Techniques of designing in handweaving. CTID
CTRA 101 Historic Furniture II Historical survey of the arts of interior design with emphasis from the 19th century to the present. CTID
CTRA 102 Materials and Methods Nature, uses of materials and cost analysis studies. CTID
CTRA 102 Historic Furniture I Historical survey of the arts of interior design with emphasis on furniture from ancient times to the 18th century. CTID
CTRA 103 Decorative Arts Textiles, ceramics and other accessories in relation to problems in interior design. CTID
CTRA 103 Design Presentation CTID
CTRA 104 History of World Art and Architecture Historical survey of the development of art and architecture from ancient times to the present. CTID
CTRA 104 Materials and Methods CTID
CTRA 105 Furniture Design and Construction Methods and techniques in furniture designing, construction, woodwork and finishes. CTID
CTRA 108 Introduction to Clothing, Home Furnishing and Crafts Merchandising Acquaintance with the facts of apparel home furnishing and handicrafts industries and problems involving the production and marketing of those items. CTID
CTRA 109 Textile Analysis and Testing CTID
CTRA 111 Design Presentation Different types of design presentation of interiors, perspective and orthographic rendering. CTID
CTRA 112 Historic Furniture II Historical survey of the arts of interior design with emphasis on furniture from the 19th century to the present. CTID
CTRA 113 Interior Design I CTID
CTRA 113 Upholstery and Other Soft Furnishings Tools, materials, and fundamental processes of furniture upholstering, draperies, slip covers and other soft furnishings for interiors. CTID
CTRA 114 Interior Design I CTID
CTRA 114 Upholstery and Other Soft Furnishings CTID
CTRA 115 Interior Design II Advanced course in interior designing with emphasis on residences. CTID
CTRA 116 Interior Design III Advanced course in interior designing with emphasis on office, restaurants, hotels, hospitals, lobbies, schools and other institutions. CTID
CTRA 119 Problems in Textiles CTID
CTRA 119 Organization and Management in Interior Design Practical organizational and methods of conducting an interior designing business, production, management, customer relationship and professional ethics. CTID
CTRA 120 Creative Textile Design Creative designing suitable for reproduction by weaving and by printing processes. CTID
CTRA 121 Textile Analysis and Testing Factors determining appearance, cost, care and performance of fabrics for specified end use. Analysis based on appropriate physical and chemical tests for quality differences due to fiber content, fabric structure and finishes. CTID
CTRA 122 Decorative Arts Textiles, ceramics, and other accessories in relation to problems in interior design. CTID
CTRA 122 Hotel Furnishings Types, qualities and methods of manufacture of textile furnishings. CTID
CTRA 123-A Interior Design and Home Furnishing Problems in the selection and arrangement of furnishing and home accessories in relation to specific floor plans, backgrounds, family interests and needs. CTID
CTRA 123-B Interior Design and Home Furnishing Continuation of CTRA 123-A. CTID
CTRA 124 Interior Design for Hotels Methods and procedures inherent in interior designing, with emphasis on the understanding of floor plans, traffic circulation, lighting, color and fabric use. CTID
CTRA 124 Organization and Management in Interior Design Practical organization and methods of conducting an interior designing business, production, customer relationship and professional ethics. CTID
CTRA 126 Problems in Textile A survey of recent developments and trends in the production and use of textile goods. Evaluation of factors affecting performance and care of fabrics. CTID
CTRA 127 Introduction to Clothing, Home Furnishing and Crafts Merchandising Acquaintance with the facts of the apparel, home furnishing and handicrafts industries and problems involving production and marketing of these items. CTID
CTRA 128 Fashion Illustration Fundamentals of figure drawing; illustration of the fashion figure; designing of costumes by sketching on lay figure. CTID
CTRA 129 Advanced Clothing Construction Principles of draping. Provides creative experience in designing for individual figure through techniques of draping different fabrics and designs. Emphasis is given to finishing details. CTID
CTRA 132 History of World Art and Architecture CTID
CTRA 133 Furniture Design and Construction CTID
CTRA 134 Fashion Illustration CTID
CTRA 137 Advanced Clothing Construction Principles and draping. Provides creative experience in designing for the individual figure through techniques of draping different fabrics and designs. Emphasis is given to finishing details. CTID
CTRA 143 Interior Design II Advanced course in interior designing with emphasis on residences. CTID
CTRA 144 Hotel Furnishings CTID
CTRA 153 Interior Design III Advanced course in interior designing with emphasis on office, restaurants, hotels, lobbies, schools, and other institutions. CTID
CTRA 154 Home Furnishing CTID
CTRA 164 Interior Design for Hotels CTID
CTRA 171 Apprenticeship in Business Management CTID
CTRA 174 Apprenticeship CTID
CTRA 194 Seminar CTID
CTRA 198 Apprenticeship Observation and participation in the operation of a furniture and design firm. CTID
CTRA 198 Seminar in Clothing, Textiles and Related Arts CTID
CTRA 199 Seminar CTID
CTRA 201 Crafts Design CTID
CTRA 207 Clothing Appreciation CTID
CTRA 222 History of Decorative Arts CTID
CTRA 224 Trends in Home Furnishings CTID
CTRA 225 Trends in Home Furnishing Development of and trends in contemporary interior design and home furnishing. CTID
CTRA 226 Textiles and Clothing Seminar CTID
CTRA 227 Problems in Clothing and Textiles Problems in the field through independent or cooperative study of field programs in the manufacture and merchandising of clothing and textiles. CTID
CTRA 228 Crafts Design Advanced course in creative design, with emphasis on originality, design quality, and the development of professional craft techniques for vocational teaching in home economics. CTID
CTRA 229 History of Decorative Arts Development of historic textiles and furniture from antiquity to contemporary times. CTID
CTRA 286 Problems in Clothing and Textiles CTID
CTRA 296 Textiles and Clothing Seminar CTID
CTRA 300 Master's Thesis CTID
CW 10 Creative Writing for Beginners DECL
CW 100 Introduction to Creative Writing DECL
CW 101 Creative Writing and Criticism DECL
CW 110 Fiction 1 DECL
CW 111 Fiction 2 DECL
CW 120 Poetry 1 DECL
CW 121 Poetry 2 DECL
CW 130 Playwriting 1 DECL
CW 131 Playwriting 2 DECL
CW 140 Creative Non-Fiction I DECL
CW 141 Creative Non-Fiction II DECL
CW 150 Writing for Children DECL
CW 151 Writing for Young Adults DECL
CW 170 Musical Drama I DECL
CW 171 Musical Drama II DECL
CW 180 Comicbook Writing DECL
CW 190 Performance Poetry A workshop on the "spoken word," i.e., the oral performance of original work, in prose or verse written by the performer himself or herself. DECL
CW 198 Special Problems Special problems in creative writing. DECL
CW 199 Research DECL
CW 200 Thesis DECL
CW 201 Criticism Workshop Workshop on critical writing, including reviews of the visual and performing arts. DECL
CW 202 Poetics: Writing on Writing DECL
CW 210 Fiction Workshop I Approaches to and techniques of fiction writing, including the short story, the novelette, the tale, and other traditional forms. DECL
CW 211 Fiction Workshop II DECL
CW 212 Fiction Workshop III DECL
CW 220 Poetry Workshop I Approaches to the techniques of writing poetry, including traditional lyric and narrative forms, oral poetry, and other traditional forms. DECL
CW 221 Poetry Workshop II DECL
CW 222 Poetry Workshop III DECL
CW 230 Playwriting Workshop I DECL
CW 231 Playwriting Workshop II DECL
CW 232 Playwriting Workshop III DECL
CW 240 Creative Nonfiction I A workshop on expository forms, including the literary essay and the magazine article. DECL
CW 241 Creative Nonfiction II DECL
CW 242 Creative Nonfiction III DECL
CW 250 Writing for Children Workshop DECL
CW 251 Writing for Young Adults Workshop DECL
CW 260 Nonfiction Narrative Workshop DECL
CW 298 Special Topics DECL
CW 300 Master's Thesis DECL
CW 302 Seminar in Poetics DECL
CW 310 Fiction Workshop I DECL
CW 311 Fiction Workshop II DECL
CW 312 Fiction Workshop III DECL
CW 320 Poetry Workshop I DECL
CW 321 Poetry Workshop II DECL
CW 322 Poetry Workshop III DECL
CW 330 Playwriting Workshop I DECL
CW 331 Playwriting Workshop II DECL
CW 340 Creative Nonfiction I Advanced Workshop on expository forms. DECL
CW 341 Creative Nonfiction II Advanced workshop on book-length nonfiction narratives. DECL
CW 342 Creative Nonfiction III DECL
CW 350 Writing for Children Workshop Workshop on the writing of fiction and poetry for children. DECL
CW 360 Non-Fiction Narratives Workshop I DECL
CWTS 1 & 2- STAT CWTS 1 and 2 Stat
CWTS 1-2 ArtStud Art and service to the community DAS
CWTS1 - CSSPGeog CWTS 1 Geography DGeog
CWTS 1-2 - Engg ME CWTS 1-2 Engg ME DME
CWTS 1 - IE CWTS 1 - IE DIE/OR
CWTS 2 CMu MuEd CWTS 2 CMu MuEd DMuE
CWTS 1 - AIT CWTS 1 - AIT AIT
CWTS 2 - AIT CWTS 2 - AIT AIT
CWTS 1-2 - AIT CWTS 1-2 - AIT AIT
CWTS1 - Anthro CWTS 1 Anthropology Department DAnthro
CWTS2 - Anthro CWTS2 - Anthro DAnthro
CWTS 1 - Arch CWTS 1 Architecture Arch
CWTS 2 - Arch CWTS 2 Architecture Arch
CWTS - Arch - A Community Infrastructure Improvement Arch
CWTS - Arch - B Heritage Architecture Arch
CWTS - Arch - C Landscape Architecture Enhancement of Communities Arch
CWTS 1 - CAL Theory and Information DSCTA, DEL, CAL, DAS, DECL, DFPP
CWTS 1-2 - CAL Theory and Information DAS, CAL, DSCTA, DFPP, DEL, DECL
CWTS 1 - CBA Paying It Forward DBA, VSB
CWTS 2 - CBA Paying It Forward DBA, VSB
CWTS 1-2 - CBA Paying It Forward DBA
CWTS1 - CD CWTS 1 Community Development CD
CWTS 1 - CHE CWTS 1 College Of Home Economics CHE, OCS
CWTS 2 - CHE CWTS 2 College Of Home Economics CHE, OCS
CWTS 1 - CHK CWTS 1 - CHK DPE, CHK
CWTS 2 - CHK CWTS 2 - CHK CHK, DPE
CWTS 1 - CMC CWTS 1 - CMC OCS, CMC
CWTS 2 - CMC CWTS 2 - CMC CMC, OCS
CWTS 1 - CS Bio CWTS 1 - CS Bio CS, IB
CWTS 2 - CS Bio CWTS 2 - CS Bio CS, IB
CWTS 1 - CS Chem CWTS 1 - CS Chem IC, CS
CWTS 2 - CS Chem CWTS 2 - CS Chem CS, IC
CWTS 1 - CS Geol CWTS 1 Geology NIGS, CS
CWTS 2 - CS Geol CWTS 2 Geology CS, NIGS
CWTS 1 - CS Math CWTS 1 - CS Math CS, MATH
CWTS 2 - CS Math CWTS 2 - CS Math CS, MATH
CWTS 1 - CS MBB CWTS 1 - CS MBB MBBP, CS
CWTS 2 - CS MBB CWTS 2 - CS MBB CS, MBBP
CWTS 1 - CS MSI CWTS 1 - CS MSI MSI
CWTS 2 - CS MSI CWTS 2 - CS MSI MSI
CWTS1 - CSNIP - A CWTS1 - CSNIP - A NIP, CS
CWTS2 - CSNIP - A CWTS2 - CSNIP - A CS, NIP
CWTS1 - CSNIP - B CWTS1 - CSNIP - B CS, NIP
CWTS1 - CSNIP - C CWTS1 - CSNIP - C NIP, CS
CWTS2 - CSNIP - C CWTS2 - CSNIP - C CS, NIP
CWTS 1 - CSSP CWTS 1 - CSSP GRADUATE, Socio, PopIns, Philo
CWTS 2 - CSSP CWTS 2 - CSSP Philo, Socio, GRADUATE
CWTS1 - CSSP Fundamentals of Citizenship and Volunteerism CSSP
CWTS2 - CSSPGeog CWTS 2 Geography DGeog
CWTS1 - CSSPKas Citizenship And Volunteerism Kas
CWTS2 - CSSPKas Citizenship And Volunteerism Kas
CWTS1 - CSSPPsych CWTS1 - CSSPPsych Psych
CWTS2 - CSSPPsych CWTS2 - CSSPPsych Psych
CWTS1 - CSWCD CWTS1 - CSWCD CD, CSWCD
CWTS2 - CSWCD CD CWTS2 - CSWCD CD CD
CWTS 1 - DMST CWTS 1 - DMST DMST
CWTS 1 & 2 - DMST CWTS 1 and 2 - DMST DMST
CWTS 2 - DMST CWTS 2 - DMST DMST
CWTS1 - ECON CWTS 1 School Of Economics SE
CWTS2 - ECON CWTS 2 School Of Economics SE
CWTS1 - EDUC CWTS 1 College Of Education Educ, DCI
CWTS2 - EDUC CWTS2 - EDUC DCI
CWTS 1 - ENGGCE CWTS 1 - ENGGCE DES, EEEP, DME, ICE, DChE
CWTS 2 - ENGGCE CWTS 2 - ENGGCE ICE, EEEP, DME, DES, DChE
CWTS1 - Engg ChE CWTS 1 - Engg ChE DChE
CWTS2 - Engg ChE CWTS 2 - Engg ChE DChE
CWTS 1 - Engg CS Computer Literacy Training DCS
CWTS 2 - Engg CS Computer Literacy Training DCS
CWTS 1 - Engg EEE CWTS 1 EEE Department EEEI
CWTS 2 - Engg EEE Microcontrollers EEEI
CWTS 1 - Engg GE Basic Map Reading, Way-finding, And Location Mapping DGE
CWTS 2 - Engg GE CWTS 2 - Engg GE DGE
CWTS 1 - Engg IE Entrepreneurship DIE/OR
CWTS 1 - Engg ME CWTS 1 - Engg ME DME
CWTS 2 - Engg ME CWTS 2 - Engg ME DME
CWTS 1 -Engg MMME CWTS 1 -Engg MMME DMMM
CWTS 2 -Engg MMME CWTS 2 -Engg MMME DMMM
CWTS 1 - EPP Civic Welfare Training Service 1 Civic Welfare Training Service 1 UPDEPP/O
CWTS 2 - EPP Civic Welfare Training Service 2 Civic Welfare Training Service 2 UPDEPP/O
CWTS 1 - FA CWTS 1 - FA SA, VC
CWTS 2 - FA CWTS 2 - FA VC, SA
CWTS 2 - IE CWTS 2 - IE DIE/OR
CWTS1 - ILS Setting Up A Barangay Library SLIS
CWTS2 - ILS Strengthening Of A Barangay Library SLIS
CWTS 1 - Music CWTS 1 Music DMuE
CWTS1 - NCPAG CWTS 1 NCPAG CPAGE
CWTS 2 - NCPAG CWTS 2 NCPAG CPAGE
CWTS1 - Pol Sci CWTS 1 Pol Sci PolSci
CWTS2 - Pol Sci CWTS 2 Pol Sci PolSci
CWTS 2 - POPI CWTS 2 - POPI PopIns
CWTS1 - STAT CWTS 1 Statistics Stat
CWTS2 - STAT CWTS 2 Statistics Stat
CWTS 1 - SURP Disaster Preparedness, Rappelling, Safety, Rescue, and Survival SURP
CWTS 1 & 2 - SURP CWTS 1 and 2 Disaster Preparedness, Rappeling, Safety, Rescue, and Survival / Kampo 1 Rescue SURP
CWTS 2 - SURP Disaster Preparedness, Rappelling, Safety, Rescue, and Survival SURP
CWTS1 - SW CWTS1 Social Work SW
CWTS2 - SW CWTS 2 Social Work SW