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Central Luzon State University

Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines 3120

College of Engineering


As a center of higher learning and scientific research, keeping pace with the University and the national thrusts, the College has carved a name for itself. Its graduates have excelled in the board examinations for engineers and have occupied key management positions on which they have earned national and international recognition for their outstanding works. It has four departments, namely: Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Civil Engineering, Information Technology, and Engineering Science.

Bachelor Courses

The program is designed to produce graduates who possess knowledge, skills, and attitudes in the application of engineering science and designs to the processes and systems involved in the sustainable production, post-production, and processing of safe food and other agricultural and biological materials. It is also concerns the development of climate change mitigation measures to enhance human health in harmony with the environment.

Contact Information:

  • Dr. Elmar M. Villota
  • Department Head, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

The program includes the study of the utilization of both hardware and software technologies, including the planning, installing, customizing, operating, managing and administering, and maintaining information technology infrastructure that will provide computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.

Contact Information:

  • Dr. Khavee Agustus W. Botangen
  • Department Head, Information Technology

This program is designed to produce graduates who can apply the basic principles of science in conjunction with mathematical and computational tools to solve problems associated with developing and sustaining civilized life on our planet.

Contact Information:

  • Prof. Leah H. Untalan-Gonzales
  • Acting Department Head, Civil Engineering

Graduate Degree Programs

Agricultural Engineering is a discipline based on applying core engineering principles to produce and process sustainable food, feed, and other bio-based products (i.e. fuel and other industrially significant materials). In the Philippine setting, this program focuses on agricultural power and machinery, irrigation and drainage of agricultural land, soil erosion control, planning of farm buildings, agricultural waste management, and post-harvest processing and storage. The graduates of Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Engineering major in Soil and Water Management are equipped to be leaders in innovation and development technologies for land and water resources utilization and conservation applicable to local and global scenarios.

The degree provides a broad knowledge of the functional requirements and principles of operation of farm machinery, machinery selection and management, design of the appropriate machine, and application of systems techniques to bio-economic and technological problems involved in managing agricultural production.

The degree prepares the graduates to provide dynamic leadership in the post-production operations to process and transform raw agricultural-based products into food, feed, fuel, and other commodities of economic importance.

The degree ensures future professionals to have a broad background in soil and water resource planning, design, management, administration, education, and research activities.

Program Details
  • Dr. Theody B. Sayco
Department Head, Engineering Science
  • Dr. Policarpio V. Bulanan
  • Undergraduate
  • Masteral
  • Bachelors
  • Masters
  • Doctorate
  • Certificate
Experiential Learning
  • Capstone
  • Internship
  • Research Study
Delivery Method
  • Face-to-Face
  • Undergrad: 4 years
  • Masteral: 2 years
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