“CEA: Providing opportunities for total development
through quality engineering and architecture
Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BSARCH)
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
BS Computer Engineering (BSCpE)
Bachelor of Science in Electronics (BSECE)
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
By the authority to operate under the Board of Trustees Resolution No. 91 series of 1999, the Polytechnic College of Antique (PSCA) opened enrolment in the course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering during the school year 2001-2002. The course was offered through the initiative of Engr. Magno Servano Jr. with only 19 enrollees. The BSECE program then was under the College of Technology.
During the school year 2003-2004, another course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and was offered leading to the creation of the College of Engineering. The following year, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Architecture programs were added, creating the College of Engineering and Architecture with Ar. Ma. Bella C. Magdaug as its first Dean. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering was then in the College of Computer Studies.
In school year 2009-2010, another program leading to Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering was added to its curricular offerings as it continuously pursue its vision and mission to produce competent engineers and architects in the service of the Antiquenos, the Filipino nation, and the global community.
To be the center of excellence in engineering and architecture for the nation’s scientific and technological advancement.
The UA College of Engineering and Architecture shall provide students with humanistic, scientific and technical education and train them to assume leadership in their chosen fields of specialization through competent practice of engineering and architecture profession.
To provide enough opportunities for the total development and improvement of students and their environment through quality engineering and architecture education.
The College of Engineering and Architecture aims to:
provide circular program for the development of the whole man – his body, mind, and spirit – and above all, for the enhancement of his potential as a human being;
train prospective engineers and architects to become highly competent in their field of specialization;
provide prospective engineers and architects opportunities to maximize their potential to become productive and versatile citizens of the country;
produce professional engineers and architects who can provide leadership to the nation’s technical manpower;
encourage and develop competencies among prospective engineers and architects in scientific and technological research; and
establish linkages with government and non-government organizations and render community extension services.