At the end of the degree program, the students should :
be employed and promoted as Electrical engineers in industry, government, academe, or in other related profession.
maintain state-of -the art knowledge through lifelong learning, such as graduate study, and continuing education.
have developed consciousness of the ethical, legal and social responsibility of Electrical engineers and of the environmental effects of engineering projects to the community by responding to the changing impact of engineering solutions in local and global context.
support the electrical engineering profession through participation in professional societies, civic groups, and educational institutions.
exhibit strong communication, interpersonal, and resource-management skills as leaders in the Electrical engineering profession
imbibe in themselves the Christian values anchored on the ideals of St. Marcellin Champagnat by maintaining high standards of professional and ethical responsibility.
Graduates of the BSEE program may work as:
Power Engineer – Power System Operation, Power System Protection, Power System Economics, Power Point
Design Engineer – Advance Power System, Advance Electrical Designer, Machine Automation and Process Control Designer