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Republic of the Philippines

CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Daet, Camarines Norte

OBE SYLLABUS IN ENGINEERING DRAWING

A. VISION: CNSC as a premier higher education institution in the Bicol Region.

B. MISSION: The Camarines Norte State College shall provide higher and advanced studies in the fields of education, arts and sciences, economics,
health, engineering, management, finance, accounting, business and public administration, agriculture, natural resources development
and management and ladderized courses. It shall also respond to research, extension and production services adherent to progressive
leadership towards sustainable development.

C. QUALITY POLICY: CNSC commits to continually uphold and strive for international standards through an effective and efficient management system
providing excellent professional services on instruction, research and extension to meet the highest level of clientele’s satisfaction.

D. DEPARTMENT/PROGRAM: Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

E. COURSE CODE: BES1

F. COURSE TITLE: Engineering Drawing

G. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course covers an introduction to graphic language, which includes particles and techniques of graphical communication,
study and application of drafting instruments, lettering scale and units of measure, descriptive geometry, orthographic projections,
auxiliary views, dimensioning, sectional views, pictorial drawings, requirement of engineering working drawings, assembly and exploded
detailed drawings.

H. CREDIT UNITS: 1

I. PREREQUISITE: None

J. NO. OF HOURS: 3 hours laboratory

K. SCHEDULE: 2:00-5:00 Monday (BSCE 1A), 8:00-11:00 Tuesday (BSCE 1B), 8:00-11:00 Thursday (BSCE 1B)

L. CONSULTATION HOURS: 1:00-2:00 Monday (BSCE 1A), 11:00-12:00 Tuesday (BSCE 1B), 11:00-12:00 Thursday (BSCE 1B)
M. INSTITUTIONAL INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES: CNSC envisions a graduate having the following attributes: professional competence, critical and
creative thinking skills, technical competitive skills, productivity, communication skills, interpersonal skills and lifelong learning oriented,
social and ethical responsible, particularly in response to the needs of communities one serves, competent to support national, regional
and local development plans (RA 7722), and preserve & promotes the Filipino historical and cultural heritage.

N. PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES: For Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, the following set of objectives describes what graduates
are expected to attain within few years after graduation:
1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical, life and information sciences; and engineering sciences appropriate to the field
of practice.
2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within identified constraints.
4. An ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.
5. An ability to recognize, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
6. Recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.
7. An ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the English language.
8. An understanding of the effects of engineering solutions in a comprehensive context.
9. 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.
10. A knowledge of contemporary issues
11. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

O. COURSE INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES: At the end of the course, students should be able to:
1. Understand the importance of technical drawing knowledge and skills as applied to the various areas of engineering;
2. Apply the basic concepts of technical drawing and sketching; and
3. Prepare technical drawings.

P. LEARNING PLAN:

TEACHING &
INTENDED ASSESS- TIME
TEXTBOOKS/ LEARNING RESOURCE
LEARNING CONTENTS REFERENCES
MENT TASKS ALLOCATI
ACTIVITIES MATERIALS
OUTCOMES (ILO) (ATs) ON
(TLAs)
0. Basic Orientation and Subject OBE Syllabus and copy of None None Black/white First Meeting
Introduction (OBE & OBTL) the reference material board
ILO 1. Understand the
importance of 1. Engineering Lettering
technical drawing Giesecke, Frederick E., Lecture Quiz Paper and
knowledge and skills 2. Instrumental Figures et al. Technical Group Recitation pen Week 1-6
as applied to the Drawing, 12th ed. discussions Blackboard
various areas of 3. Geometric Construction 2002. Prelim Exam Chalk
engineering;
ILO 2. Apply the basic 4. Orthographic Projection
concepts of technical Giesecke, Frederick E., Lecture
drawing and 5. Dimensioning et al. Technical Group Quiz Paper and Week 7-12
sketching; and Drawing, 12th ed. discussions Recitation pen
6. Orthographic Views with 2002. Blackboard
Dimensions and Section View Midterm Chalk
Exam
ILO 3. Prepare 7. Sectional View
technical drawings. 8. Pictorial Drawing Giesecke, Frederick E., Lecture Quiz Paper and
9. Engineering Working et al. Technical Group Recitation pen
Drawings Drawing, 12th ed. discussions Blackboard Week 13-18
10. Assembly and Exploded 2002. Chalk
Detailed Drawings
Final Exam

Q. COURSE POLICIES:

1. On Attendance
Attendance is counted from the first day of regular classes to the end of the same as reflected in the approved academic calendar, regardless of
student's enrolment.

A student who has incurred absences of more than 20 percent of the required total number of class hours in a given semester should not be given
credit and is considered "Dropped".

Excuses for absences shall be made in accordance with the rules and regulations of the College. Excuses shall be valid for time missed only. All work
covered by the class during the absence should be made up to the satisfaction of the instructor within a reasonable period of time.

A student who for unavoidable cause absents him/herself from classes must obtain an excuse letter from either adviser or the Dean to be presented to
the instructors concerned not later than the second class session following his/her return. In case of illness where the absence is for five days, a medical
certificate must be secured from the College Medical Clinic or from a government/private physician. (Student Handbook).

2. Course Requirements
Major Examinations (Prelim, Midterm & Final Exam), Project, Class Participation/ Board work, Attendance, and Quizzes

GRADING COMPONENT Percentage Cumulative Rating


Class Standing : Quizzes, Class Participation/Recitation,
Assignments/Home works, and Attendance 50% = Prelim Rating
Project / Subject Requirement 20%
Periodic Examination ( Preliminary) 30%
Prelim Grade 100% 11% of Final Rating
Class Standing : Quizzes, Class Participation/Recitation,
Assignments/Home works, and Attendance 50% 1/3 of Prelim Rating + 2/3 of the
Project / Subject Requirement 20% Midterm Grade = Midterm Rating
Periodic Examination ( Midterm ) 30%
Midterm Grade 100% 22% of Final Rating
Class Standing : Quizzes, Class Participation/Recitation,
Assignments/Home works, and Attendance 50% 1/3 of Midterm Rating + 2/3 of the
Project / Subject Requirement 20% Final Grade = Final Rating
Periodic Examination ( Finals ) 30%
Final Grade 100% 67% of Final Rating

3. Passing the Subject

a. In order for the student to pass, he / she must obtain a grade of 3.0 or 75%. The failing grade is 5.0. Grade from 74 and below shall not
earn any credit.

b. The following grading system shall be used.

1.0 99 – 100 1.6 92 2.25 84 2.9 76


1.1 98 1.7 91 2.3 83 3.0 75
1.2 97 1.8 89 2.4 82 4.0 Conditional(Midterm only)
1.25 96 1.9 88 2.5 81 5.0 Failed
1.3 95 2.0 87 2.6 80 UW Unofficial Withdrawal
1.4 94 2.1 86 2.7 79 Drp. Dropped
1.5 93 2.2 85 2.8 77

Prepared by: Reviewed by: Approved by:

ENGR. RAMON A. ORBITA ENGR. GENARO B. BALANE ROSALIE A. ALMADRONES, Ph.D.


Instructor/ Assistant Professor 4 Dean VP for Academic Affairs