In April 1995, the EE Program, along with the other programs attained Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) second level (II) accreditation status through PAASCU.
For school year 1998-199, PAASCU Level II re-accreditation was attained. The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) then awarded the Electrical Engineering program, along with the Industrial Engineering program, the Center of Development (COD) for Region III. For school year 2004-2005, PAASCU Level III Accreditation was granted. In 2003, CHED elevated Holy Angel University to autonomous status was renewed ever since.
In 2019, Holy Angel University has been granted an ISO 9001:2015 certification for both academic programs and support service from basic education to higher education programs.
|2022-2023||Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering|
|2018-2019||Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering|
|2014-2015||Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering|
|2011-2012||Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering|
Integrated Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs) in Electrical Engineering
The 7 proficiencies instituted by the University serve as the bases in establishing the BS Electrical Engineering Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Program Outcomes (POs). The Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs) are aligned to these set of objectives and provide direction in the deployment of the Electrical Engineering program. They are:
Electrical Engineering Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Within a few years after graduation, graduates of our BS Electrical Engineering programs are expected to have:
Relationship of the Program Educational Objectives to the Mission of the School of Engineering & Architecture:
|Electrical Engineering Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):||Mission|
|Within a few years after graduation, the graduates of the Civil Engineering program should have:||The School shall provide accessible quality engineering and architecture education leading to highly competent professionals.||The School shall continually contribute to the advancement of knowledge and technology through research activities.||The School shall support countryside development through environmental preservation and community involvement.|
1. Demonstrated professional competence, including design and problem solving skills
2. Shown a commitment to life-long learning
3. Exhibited success in their chosen profession evidenced
4. Manifested faithful stewardship
Relationship of the Institutional Student Learning Outcomes to the Program Educational Objectives:
|PEO 1||PEO 2||PEO 3||PEO 4|
|ISLO1: Show effective communication|
|ISLO2: Demonstrate appropriate value and sound ethical reasoning|
|ISLO3: Apply critical and creative thinking|
|ISLO4: Utilize civic and global learning|
|ISLO5: Use applied and collaborative learning|
|ISLO6: Employ aesthetic engagement|
|ISLO7: Show Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Literacy|
BS Electrical Engineering Program Outcomes (POs)
After finishing the BS Electrical Engineering program, graduates should be able to:
The IIEE began accrediting Electrical Engineering student organizations as early as 1982 during the term of its National President, Engr. Calixto F. Duran, Jr. In response to the clamor of the growing Electrical Engineering student organizations to be accredited as chapters of the IIEE, the Institute officially opened its doors to the Electrical Engineering students on May 23, 1987 at the University of Santo Tomas under the leadership of Student Affairs Committee Chairperson Engr. Fe M. Barrientos and Co-Chairperson, Engr. Antonio S. Herrera, Jr. Thus, the creation of the student arm of the IIEE – the Council of Student Chapters (CSC).
The Council serves over 16,000 members from 146 affiliated schools from different regions of the country.
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