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Republic of the Philippines

CvSU Mission
CvSU Vision CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY Cavite State University shall
The premier university Don Severino de las Alas Campus provide excellent, equitable and
in historic Cavite recognized
Indang, Cavite relevant educational opportunities
for excellence in the
development of morally
 (046) 8620-290/ (046) 4150-013 loc 221 in the arts, science and technology
through quality instruction and
upright and globally relevant research and development
competitive individuals. activities.
It shall produce professional,
skilled and morally upright
College of Engineering and Information Technology individuals for global
Department of Agricultural and Food Engineering

Students are expected to live by and stand for the following University tenets:
TRUTH is demonstrated by the student’s objectivity and honesty during examinations, class activities and in the development of
EXCELLENCE is exhibited by the students’ self-confidence, punctuality, diligence and commitment in the assigned tasks, class
Core Values
performance and other course requirements.
SERVICE is manifested by the students’ respect, rapport, fairness and cooperation in dealing with their peers and members of the
In addition, they should exhibit love and respect for nature and support for the cause of humanity.

The College shall endeavor to achieve the following:

1. produce globally competent graduates imbued with technical expertise in engineering, information technology and allied
fields; with strong support for environmental preservation; and guided by high ethical standards;
2. conduct relevant research and development activities along engineering, information technology and allied fields that
Goals of the
would contribute to sustainable development in its service areas;
3. implement effective training and outreach programs that emphasize self-help, critical thinking and life-long learning;
4. manage projects and enterprises along engineering, information technology and allied fields to promote economically
viable and environment-friendly approaches and techniques; and
5. establish strong linkages with industries, non-governmental organizations, and other government entities in the local and
international arena for the realization of common goals.
1. apply engineering principles particularly in the solution of problems related to agro-industrial development
2. conduct relevant researches and development activities in the field of agricultural engineering
Objectives of the
3. promote the development and transfer of appropriate agricultural engineering technology
4. manage agricultural engineering projects and enterprises that promote environmental preservation and protection and
5. produce morally, upright professionals with entry-level competencies


Program Educational Objectives and Relationship to University Mission
Program Educational Objectives: Three to five years after graduation, the electronics and communications engineering graduates: Mission
1. are competitive in industry or in graduate work while providing the best opportunity for achieving full potential; 
2. developed a sense of professional responsibility and social awareness; and 
3. are able to provide practical applications and hands-on work as evidenced by laboratory, design, project study, computer 
exercises and practicum courses. Work well whether independently or as a group.
2nd Semester, AY 2017 -2018
Course Environmental Credit
Course Code AENG 24a Type Lecture 2
Title Engineering Units
Ecological framework of sustainable development; pollution environments – water, air and solid; waste treatment processes,
Course Description disposal and management; government legislation, rules, and regulations related to the environment and waste management; and
environmental management system.
BSECE 3-1 – M – 7:00-9:00
Course Pre- requisites None Course Schedule
BSECE 3-2 – M – 9:00-11:00
Student Outcomes and Relationship to program Educational Objectives
Program/Student Outcome
1 2 3
an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical, life and information sciences; and engineering sciences appropriate   
to the field of practice.
b an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.   
an ability to design, build, improve, and install systems or processes which are efficient, effective, as well as robust to meet   
desired needs within identified constraints.
d an ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.   
e an ability to recognize, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
f recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.   
g an ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the english language.   
h an understanding of the effects of engineering solutions in a comprehensive context.   
an ability to engage in life-long learning and an understanding of the need to keep current of the developments in the specific   
field of practice.
j a knowledge of contemporary issues.   
k an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.   
Course Outcomes and Relationship to Student Outcomes


Program Outcomes Addressed by the Course Program Outcomes Code
After completing this course, the student must be able to : a b c d e f g h i j k l
1. discuss the principles of ecology E
2. explain the causes and effects of environmental problems E E E E E
3. suggest solutions to environmental problems E E I E E E E E E E E
*Level : I-Introductory E- Enabling D-Demonstrative
Teaching and
No. of Intended Learning Outcomes Outcomes-based
Topic Learning Activities Resources
Hours (ILO) Assessment (OBA)
2 Discuss the VMGO, PEOs, POs I. Introduction Lecture/discussion Syllabus Reflection Paper
and GAD Awareness AV Presentation GAD Movie Clip
A. Vision, Mission, Goals and
B. Program Educational
Objectives and Program
C. Course Syllabus
D. GAD Awareness
4 After the completion of the unit, II. Introduction to Lecture-Discussion Reference books Quizzes
the students will be able to: Environmental Science Brainstorming Multimedia
1. explain the importance of resources
environmental science A. Scope of Environmental
2. compare the approaches to the Science
study of the environment B. Approaches to the Study
3. explain the environmental of the Environment
principles C. Environmental Principles
D. Ecological Concepts
10 1. characterize different wastes III. Solid Waste Management Lecture-Discussion Reference books Quizzes
2. describe disposal methods Research Multimedia
3. discuss the salient features of A. Sources of Waste resources
RA 9003 B. Methods of Disposal Internet
C. Salient Features of RA


First Long
Examination (CO1
to CO3)
8 1. explain the characteristics of IV. Water Pollution Lecture-Discussion Reference books Quizzes
water and wastewater Research Multimedia
2. describe the treatment of water A. Water Characteristics resources
and wastewater B. Water Quality Standards Internet
C. Water Treatment
D. Wastewater Treatment
8 1. identify the air pollutants V. Air Pollution Lecture-Discussion Reference books Quizzes
2. explain the measurement and Research Multimedia
management of air pollution A. The Earth’s Atmosphere resources
3. discuss the salient provisions B. Major Air Pollutants Internet
of Clean Air Act C. Measurement and
D. Management and Control
E. Clean Air Act
4 1. describe the production VI. Cleaner Production Lecture-Discussion Reference books
systems Research Multimedia
2. apply cleaner production resources
technologies Internet
Second Long
Examination (CO1
to CO3)
Final Long
Examination (CO1
to CO3)
Total: 36


At least 2 long examinations

Quizzes, assignments, research paper/project
Reflection Paper with response to the GAD Integration



Prefinal Grade Passing Grade: 70%
Long Examinations 70
Quizzes and assignments 20
Research paper/project 10
Total 100%

Final Grade
Prefinal Grade 70
Final Examination 30
Total 100%

Students are not allowed to have 20% or more absences of the total class hours; otherwise, they will be graded as follows:
Dropped (if majority of the excessive absences are excused)
Failed (if majority of the excessive absences are unexcused)

Classroom decorum
Students are required to:
a. wear their identification cards and observe proper dress code at all times;
b. turn off or put in silent mode their cellular phones during class hours;
c. maintain cleanliness and orderliness of the room at all times; and
d. report to class on time.

Examination/ Evaluation
b. Quizzes may be announced or unannounced.
c. Long examinations are always announced.
d. Cheating is strictly prohibited. A student who is caught cheating will be given a score of”0” for the first offense. For the second offense, the
student will automatically fail the subject.
e. Students who missed exams, laboratory exercises, or quizzes may only be excused for any of the following reasons:
i. participation in a University/College-approved field trip or activity (must be cleared one week in advance);
ii. personal illness (must present medical certificate); and
iii. death or serious illness in the immediate family (must present death or medical certificate).




Katyal, T. & Satake, M. (2006). Environmental Pollution. Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
Masters, G.M. (1998). Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science. Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Molles, M.C. (1999). Ecology Concepts and Applications. McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Nathanson, J.A. (1997). Basic Environmental Technology. Prentice-Hall, Inc. New Jersey.
Smith, R.L. & Smith, T.M. (1998). Elements of Ecology. Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.
Tayo, G.T., Gascon, C.N., Maglambayan, V.B., Novicio, L.P. & Viril, V.M. (2004). Fundamentals of Environmental Science. Trinitas Publishing,

Supplementary Readings
Internet-based references

Revision Number Date of Revision Date of Implementation Highlights of Revision
1 5 Dec. 2015 2nd Sem, AY 2015-2016 Compliance to OBE
2 8 Aug. 2017 1st Sem AY 2016 2017 GAD Integration

Prepared by: Reviewed by: Approved:


Instructor Program Coordinator and Chairperson Dean CEIT Bldg. Rm. ____ CEIT Bldg. Rm. ___
Consultation Hours: 01:00-03:00 Th
Date: 15 Jan 2018 Date: ________ Date: ____________