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Board of Civil Engineering Exam Scope

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Resolution No. 02
Series of 1995
Promulgation of the Syllabi for the Subjectsin the Civil Engineering Licensure Examination
WHEREAS Sec. 10 Art II of R.A. No. 544: the “Civil Engineering Law” provides the subjectsin the Civil Engineering Licensure Examination;WHEREAS the Commission has issued these policies and directives on licensureexaminations: (1) emorandum Circular No. 8, Series of 1992, (2) Res. No. 265, Series of 1993,(3) Memorandum Circular No. 93-03, Series of 1993, and (4) Memorandum Circular No. 93-04,Series of 1993.WHEREAS every syllabus for the examination subject containing the concepts/topics, withthe corresponding level of knowledge/proficiency shall be the basis for the test questions thatwill be inputted into the test question bank; andWHEREAS after consultation with the Department of Education, Culture, and Sports(DECS), the various schools/ colleges offering the civil engineering course, and the PhilippineInstitute of Civil Engineers (PICE), the board formulated its syllabi for the examination subjects.NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of its quasi-legislative (rule-making) power under Sec. 4, Art.II of R.A. No. 544, the Board hereby RESOLVED, as it now so RESOLVES, to adopt andpromulgate the syllabi for the subjects in the Civil Engineering Licensure Examination (Annex“A”).FURTHER, RESOLVED, that his resolution, upon approval by the Commission, shall beeffective after fifteen (15) days following its publication in the Official Gazette or any newspaperof general circulation, whichever is earlier.FINALLY, RESOLVED, that this resolution be widely circularized and disseminated to allconcerned through the DECS, the colleges offering the civil engineering courses, and the PICE.Done in the City of Manila this 28th day of February, 1995.ERNESTO S. DE CASTROChairmanMACRA A. CRUZ ALBERTO S. OLAN, SR.Member MemberAttested to:CARLOS G. ALMELORSecretary, Regulatory BoardsApproved:HERMOGENES P. POBRECommissionerMARIANO A. MENDIETAAssociate CommissionerARMANDO C. PASCUALAssociate Commissioner
Annex A
The Civil Engineering Licensure Examination Syllabi
Section 4 of the Civil Engineering Law (Republic Act 544) provides among other thingsthe power to the Board of Examinees for Civil Engineers to discharge such other powers andduties as may affect the ethical and technological standards of the Civil Engineering professionin the Philippines. Section 10 enumerates the subjects in which the applicants for certificates of registration shall be examined at the discretion of the Board;NOW THEREFORE, the Board of Civil Engineering, RESOLVED, as it hereby RESOLVES,that the licensure examinations for Civil Engineering shall be in accord with the followingguidelines:
I.Preparation of Examination Questions and Problems.
 The following shall be taken into consideration in the preparation of questions and problems:a.The areas covered by the examination shall be those included in the topicsenumerated in the syllabus for the particular subject. The examinationquestions in each subject shall be comprehensive and well balanced inscope.b.Questions and answers should relate to matters which are of generalapplicability in the civil engineering practice in the Philippines.c.Questions and answers shall be framed in a clear and concise mannertaking into consideration thedegree or level of proficiency for each topic.Instructions or requirements should be clearly stated.d.The assigned weight and estimated time for each subject shall be indicated.Whenever applicable, references shall be made to statements issued by:a.The Board of Civil Engineeringb.The National Building Code of the Philippinesc.The National Structural Code of the Philippinesd.The National Standards Officee.The National Water Resources Councilf.The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineersg.The Associate of Structural Engineers of the Philippines.In areas not covered by Philippine sources, references may also be made to the officialpronouncement of authoritative standard setting agencies in the United States (ACI, ASCE,ASHTO, NSC, UBC), International Building Officials (IBO), and the International Federation of Engineers (FIDIC) provided these pronouncements are relevant to Philippine conditions.e.Electronic and scientific calculators are allowed. However, programmablecalculators and pocket personal computers are not allowed and will beconfiscated if brought to the examination room.
II.Subjects of Examinations
Unless otherwise indicated, the topics of the subjects shall be effective in the May 1993Licensure Examinations. The Syllabi shall be fully effective starting on the May 1994examinations.
1.0 Algebra
1.1 Set Theory*1.2 Real Numbers1.3 Algebraic Expressions and Operations1.4 Equations and Inequalities1.5 Roots and Powers1.6 Linear, Quadratic and PolynomialFunctions1.7 Factoring1.8 Roots of Algebraic Equations1.9 System of Equations1.10Logarithmic and Exponential Functions1.11Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions
2.0 Trigonometry
2.1 Circular (Trigonometric) Functions2.2 Trigonometric Identities and Equations2.3 Solution of Triangles2.4 Hyperbolic Functions
3.0 Analytic Geometry
3.1 Cartesian Coordinate System3.2 Functions and Relations3.3 Functions and their Graphs3.4 Straight lines3.5 Conic Sections3.6 Polar Coordinates3.7 Transformation of Coordinates3.8 Parametric Equations
4.0 Calculus
.1 Differential Equations4.1.1 Limits and Continuity 4.1.2 Derivatives and Differentiation4.1.3 Application of Derivatives4.1.4 The Differential4.1.5 Partial Derivatives4.2 Integral Calculus4.2.1 Theory of Integrals4.2.2 Integration Methods4.2.3 Definite Integrals and Applications4.2.4 Line and Surface Integrals4.2.5 Multiple Integrals
5.0 Differential Equations
5.1 First Order Differential Equation5.1.1 Exact Differential Equation5.1.2 Integrating Factors**5.1.3 Separable Variables5.1.4 Homogeneous Differential Equations5.1.5 Linear Differential Equations5.1.6 Applications5.2 Higher Order Differential Equations
6.0 Other Topics
6.1 Infinite Series6.1.1 Molaurin Series6.1.2 Taylor Series6.1.3 Fourier Series6.2 Complex Variables**6.3 Vector Analysis6.4 Matrices*6.5 Determinants*6.6 Probability and Statistics
7.0 Engineering Economy
7.1 Present Economy Study 7.2 Time-Value Relations7.3 Selection Among Alternatives7.3.1 Present Worth Method7.3.2 Annual Worth Method7.3.3 Future Worth Method7.3.4 Internal Rate of Return Method7.3.5External Rate of Return Method

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