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STANDARDIZATION AND UPDATE OF COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR DEGREE COURSES OFFERED BY IEAT FOR IMPLEMENTATION A.Y.

2011-2012 GENERAL EDUCATION Language and Humanities COMA 101. Communication Arts 1 (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Development of communicative competence in English with emphasis on effective reading, writing and listening skills; language learning strategies, effective communication techniques, and academic study skills; oral and written communication skills in different social contexts, reading skills enhancement, and effective use of reference and resources. Prerequisite : None COMA 102. Communication Arts 2 (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Development of advanced language skills in critical thinking and problem solving skills; training on goal setting, self-assessment and monitoring skills, time management strategies, and communicative competence for general and academic purposes; writing routine and special business letters and reports as well as oral and verbal communicative skills Prerequisite : COMA 101 COMA 103. Business Communication (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Different types of communications used in business transaction including oral and written forms; formal styles of communication; use of technology in communication. Prerequisite : COMA 101 & COMA 102 LIT 100. Literature of the World and Philippines (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Survey of the World and Philippine Literature in English, from its beginning to the present with an emphasis on the different types of genres; literature of the different regions of the World and the Philippines, whether in native or foreign languages Prerequisite : None HUM 100. Introduction to Humanities (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Appreciation of the various forms of arts such as visual arts, music, performing arts, cinema, theater, architecture and literature; and the principles underlying these arts forms Prerequisite : None HUM 130. Logic (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Formal and informal types of human knowing, classical theories of knowledge, correspondence and coherence-pragmatic and intuitive Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor PSYCH 100. General Psychology (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Conceptual and empirical foundations of psychology in its main fields. Includes: theories, concepts, and empirical findings focusing on complex human behavior; how and why we think, feel, and behave the way we do; how we act and interact with others; and why and how we become the unique individuals that we are. Prerequisite : None PHILO 100. Philosophy and Ethics (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Application of the basic concepts, skill, principles and knowledge drawn from philosophy of language, symbolic logic, epistemology, philosophy of science and ethics Prerequisite : None Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technology BMT 101. Business Math (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Understanding of concepts and development of manipulation skills; review of basic arithmetic operations, sets, real number system, special products and graphs, determinants, progressions, theory of equations as applied to business problems Prerequisite: None BMT 102. Mathematics of Investment (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Formerly : Math 103 Prerequisite : None

BMT 103. Business Statistics (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Basic concepts of statistics; statistical methods emphasis on descriptive statistics; fundamentals of probability, probability distributions, and the use of statistical inference such as interval estimation and testing hypothesis through chi-square and analysis of variance; Regression and correlation analysis and forecasting methods are also taken up as statistical tools in problems related to business and economics; use of statistical presentations as aid to reporting information; use of computers to generate statistical presentations of data. Prerequisite: BMT 101 MATH 110. College Algebra (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Set theory; real numbers; algebraic expressions and operations; equations and inequalities; functions, relations and their graphs; exponential and logarithmic functions; systems of equations; combinatorial mathematics; matrices and determinants; progression; binomial theorem; mathematical induction Prerequisite: None MATH 120. Plane Trigonometry (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Trigonometric functions and relations; logarithms and applications; circular and trigonometric functions and their inverses; solutions of triangles; sine and cosine laws; complex numbers Co-requisite : MATH 110 MATH 130. Analytic Geometry (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Coordinate systems; equations and their loci; straight lines, functions and graphs, conic sections and higher plane coordinates; spherical trigonometry; transformation of coordinates in space; quadric surfaces Prerequisite : MATH 110 and MATH 120 MATH 140. Differential Calculus (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Functions; limit and continuity; derivatives and differentiation; differential applications to curve sketching; related rates; maxima and minima problems; equations of the second degree and partial derivatives; applications Prerequisite : MATH 3 MATH 141. Integral Calculus (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Anti-derivatives; integration methods; definite and indefinite integrals; areas under a curve; multiple integrals; integration formulas and procedures applications; infinite series Prerequisite : MATH 4 STAT 101. Statistics (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Basic statistical concepts; frequency tables and distributions; probability; sampling; tests of significance; regression and correlation; introduction to analysis of variance and experimental designs, use of statistical presentations as aid to reporting information; use of computers to generate statistical presentations of data. Formerly : STAT 100, STAT 120 Prerequisite : MATH 110 CHEM 100. Inorganic Chemistry (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Theoretical aspects of inorganic chemistry; a systematic study of the properties of the elements from the point of view of modern atomic structure Formerly : CHEM 110 Prerequisite : None CHEM 105. Organic Chemistry (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Organic structural theory and introduction to reaction mechanism, structure, properties and nomenclature of hydrocarbons, alkyl and aryl halides, alcohols and phenols, ethers and epoxides; introduction to stereo-chemistry and elementary organic synthesis Formerly : CHEM 120 Prerequisite : CHEM 100 / CHEM 110 CHEM 116. Qualitative Chemistry (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Prerequisite : CHEM 105 / CHEM 120 CHEM 117. Quantitative Chemistry (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Prerequisite : CHEM 116

BIO 103. General Biology 1 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) The origin and evolution of life; cell metabolism and energy transformation; system regulation; population dynamics; community and ecosystem Prerequisite : MATH 120 PHYS 101. General Physics 1 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Mechanics; work and energy; waves; sound; thermodynamics and heat Prerequisite : MATH 1 and MATH 2 PHYS 102. General Physics 2 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Electricity and magnetism; light and optics; quantum mechanics Prerequisite : PHYS 101 ESCI 101. Environmental Science (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Basic concepts and principles of Ecology and the major human implications of these concepts; holistic approach in dealing with man's relationship in his environment; the nature of ecosystems, relations of individuals and populations, the major communities and man's impact on environment; familiarization and orientation on the basic environmental management system, principles of environmental assessments and monitoring systems, and the Impact of Humans the on Environment. Prerequisite : None Social Sciences ECON 100. Principles of Economics (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Includes the various economic questions, economic methods, and the market as well as basic economic concepts such as elasticity, price regulation and consumer choice; basic market analysis, consumer behavior, theory of the firm, market structures, general equilibrium, production and the firms economic policies, market structures-monopolistic competition and oligopoly, and welfare economics; study of national economic issues and measures of performance with focus on national income accounting and determination; Problems pertaining to unemployment and inflation, expenditure decisions, aggregate demand management, unemployment, trade balances, income distribution, fiscal and monetary policies and the global environment (international trade, globalization of markets, foreign exchange controls, trade restrictions, regional and international trade agreements, etc). Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor SOSC 110. Society and Culture with Family Planning (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Basic principles, theories, concepts and processes of human behavior; the social, cultural and psychological bases of contemporary Philippine conditions with emphasis on population education, social change and rural development Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor HIST 100. Philippine History (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor POLSCI 100. Philippine Government and Politics (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) The principles of and concepts of political sciences, especially as they apply to the Philippines; the historical development of political institutions from pre-Spanish times to the present with special emphasis on the New Constitution Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor PI 110. Life and works of Rizal (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Significance of the life and writings of Jose Rizal on the life of the Filipino people; Rizals relevance to the emergence of Filipino nationhood. Prerequisite : None Management MGT 100. Principles of Management (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Introduction to management; basic expose of infinity; major function of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling as they apply to day-to-day business activity; importance of human resource development Prerequisite : None

MGT 102. Human Behavior in Organizations (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Factors affecting the behavior of individuals and groups in an organization; various theories and models of organization, work group behavior, motivation in life and work, and human relations related to organizational practices and phenomena. Prerequisite : None MGT 104. Total Quality Management (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Quality management processes in an organization; evaluate departmental processes and planning strategies. Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor FIN 101. Basic Finance (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Principles of financial management for short and long-term planning; topics relevant to decisionmaking and essential to the financial condition of the enterprise; cash flow, management, budgeting, capital budgeting, and concept of interest. Prerequisite : None BBM 101. Basic Business Management (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Fundamentals of business organizations and management; theories and principles of organization & management (application in business & industry); functions of management, different types of organizational structures with trengths & weaknesses; benefits derived from entrepreneurship & importance of social responsibility. Prerequisite : FT 150, FT 110, FT 111, FT 196, and FT 197 ENTREP 101. Entrepreneurship and Business Planning (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Identification of opportunities and market entrepreneurship and business ventures; outline of feasibility study including technical, legal, marketing, and financial aspects of developing an enterprise. Prerequisite : None MKTG 100. Principles of Marketing (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Design, development, implementation and evaluation of comprehensive marketing plan; product analysis; market analysis; market positioning strategies; goal strategies; program formulation; marketing tactics and practices; decision-making in terms of product, place, price and channel or distribution. Prerequisite : None ACTNG 101. Fundamentals of Accounting 1.(3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Introduction to the fields of managerial and financial accounting; accounting processes, systems, concepts, principles, and applications in both a manual and computer-based environment. Prerequisite : None FUNDAMENTAL AGRICULTURE COURSES ANSC 110. Introduction to Animal Science (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of breeding, physiology and nutrition in relation to production, processing and marketing of animal products Prerequisite : BIO 103 CRSC 110. Principles of Crop Science (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles and practices of crop science Prerequisite : BIO 103 FISC 110. Principles of Fishery Science (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of physiology, breeding and nutrition in relation to fishery production Prerequisite : BIO 103 SOIL 110. Principles of Soils Science (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Nature, properties and management of soil Prerequisite : CHEM 100 AEM 110. Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Management (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles underlying management and their application on agricultural business, offices and programs; planning, management and control of agricultural projects Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor

BASIC ENGINEERING COURSES ENSC 101. Orientation to Engineering (1 unit). 1 hour/ week (1 hour lecture) Introduction to the field of engineering and what engineers do; other engineering disciplines and the multidisciplinary nature of modern engineering design; introduction on how to formulate, articulate, and solve problems; team designs and how to present the results of engineering work in oral and written form Prerequisite : None ENSC 102a. Engineering Graphics 1 (2 units). 6 hours/week (6 hours laboratory) Basic drafting operations and tools; geometric construction; technical drafting practice; techniques of pictorial representation, orthographic projections; sectioning; assembly drawing; exploded views; fundamentals of computer-aided drafting; 2-D CAD software Prerequisite : MATH 110 and MATH 120 ENSC 102b. Engineering Graphics 2 (1 unit). 3 Hour/week (3 hours laboratory) Introduction to 3-D CAD modeling and assembly; 3-D CAD/modeling software Co-requisite : ENSC 102a ENSC 103. Elementary Electrical Engineering (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of electricity & electronics; electric and magnetic circuits, electronic devices and circuitry, electro-magnetic devices single and polyphase circuits; direct and alternating current machinery; elementary distribution systems and electrical wiring Prerequisite : PHYS 102 ENSC 104. Engineering Mechanics 1-Statics (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours computation) Fundamental principles of equilibrium of rigid bodies (coplanar and non-coplanar), analysis of frames and trusses; first and second moment of mass, volume, area and length, centroids, distributed loads; Virtual work and potential energy Prerequisite : PHYS 101 and MATH 141 ENSC 105. Engineering Mechanics 2-Dynamics (2 units). 4 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 3 hours computation) Equilibrium of rigid bodies in rectilinear, curvilinear and planar motion; particles and rigid bodies in motion; force, mass and acceleration; impulse and momentum; mechanical vibrations Prerequisite : ENSC 104 ENSC 106. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Elementary stress and strain analysis (axial, torsion, bending and combined stresses); analysis and design of structural elements based on static equilibrium and material properties; beam deflections, indeterminate beams; elastic instability Prerequisite : ENSC 104 ENSC 107. Fluid Mechanics (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Principles of fluid properties, fluid statics, hydraulics, hydromechanics and aerodynamics; properties of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids; fluid flow in pipes and open channels Prerequisite : ENSC 104 ENSC 107L. Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (1 unit). 3 hours/week (3 hours laboratory) Applications of fluid mechanics and hydraulics; fluid measurements Prerequisite : ENSC 107 ENSC 108. Engineering Economy (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Principles of accounting; time value of money including interest, cash flow discounting, and depreciation cost estimation; capital investment decision and economic analysis of engineering projects Prerequisite : General Economics with TLR ENSC 109. Introduction to Environmental Engineering (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Principles of ecology (hydrosphere, atmosphere, lithosphere, biosphere), sustainable concepts, global environmental issues, water and wastewater management, air pollution, solid waste management, waste minimization, thermal pollution, noise pollution, case studies Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor

ENSC 110. Materials of Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Properties of engineering materials; evaluation and selection of materials; standard materials specification Prerequisite : ENSC 106 ENSC 111. Thermodynamics (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours computation) Basic laws of thermodynamics; gas and vapor characteristics and mixtures; thermodynamic cycles and applications Prerequisite : MATH 141 and PHYS 102 ENSC 112. Heat Transfer (2 units). 4 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 3 hours computation) Analysis and application of steady-state and transient heat conduction; radiant heat transfer; spectral properties and radiation networks; natural and forced convective transfer of heat and mass in boundary layers and in fluids with phase change Prerequisite : ENSC 111 ENSC 113. Differential Equations (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) First order differential equations; higher order differential equations; applications; introduction to Laplace transforms and Fourier series Prerequisite : MATH 141 ENSC 114. Advance Engineering Math (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Linear algebra including vectors, matrices and determinants; Bessel functions and Legendre polynomials Prerequisite : ENSC 113 ENSC 115. Computer Applications in Engineering 1 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Introduction to the use of computers in engineering; algorithms and flowcharts; application programs Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor ENSC 116. Computer Applications in Engineering 2 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) An introduction to object-oriented computer programming; program design, testing and debugging based on engineering applications Prerequisite : ENSC 115 ENSC 117. Introduction to Operations Research (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Principles and techniques for solving decision-making problems in the industry using mathematical models; decision analysis, linear programming (Simplex method, duality, sensitivity analysis), network models (shortest path, PERT/CPM, maximum flow, minimum spanning tree, transportation and assignment) and forecasting; Poisson processes, queuing models, assignment model; model development and solution analysis Prerequisite : ENSC 115 and STAT 100 ENSC 118. Engineering Geology (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture). Study of earth materials, surface and underground waters, river control and prevention of landslide; foundation problems involving structures built on natural materials Prerequisite : PHYS 102 and CHEM 100 ENSC 119. Engineering Management (2 units). 2 hours/week (2 hours lecture) Industrial organization and management concepts, theories, principles, functions and practices; human behavior; introduction to decision-making tools; PERT-CPM; case studies Prerequisite : Preferably 4th year Standing and Consent of Instructor AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING COURSES Basic Agricultural Engineering Courses AGEN 101. Agricultural Engineering 1 (3 unit). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Agrometeorology, hydrology, irrigation and drainage; soil and water conservation engineering. Prerequisite : PHYS 101 AGEN 102. Agricultural Engineering 2 (3 unit). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Agricultural structures and machinery for crop and animal production and postproduction. Prerequisite : AGEN 101

AGEN 140. Farm Shop Practice 1 (1 unit). 3 hours/week (3 hours laboratory) Woodworking; metal working; plastic forming Prerequisite : ENSC 102a AGEN 141. Farm Shop Practice 2 (1 unit). 3 hours/week (3 hours laboratory) Ceramics; concrete and masonry Prerequisite : ENSC 102a AGEN 142. Agricultural Engineering Law and Professional Ethics (1 unit). 1 Hour/week (1 hour lecture) The Philippine Agricultural Engineering Law; project specifications, bids and awards, contract preparation; and professional ethics Prerequisite : Preferably 4th Year or Consent of Instructor AGEN 199. Undergraduate Seminar (1 unit). 1 Hour/week (1 hour lecture) Review and discussion of literature of the latest trends in agricultural and biosystems engineering; presentation in a technical seminar; writing of paper for seminar Prerequisite : Senior Standing AGEN 200a. On-the-Job Training / Field Practice (3 units) Prerequisite : Preferably 4th Year and Consent of Coordinator AGEN 200. Thesis (6 units) Prerequisite : Preferably 5th Year and Consent of Thesis Adviser Agricultural Power and Machinery AGEN 150. Agricultural Power and Energy Sources (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Conventional and renewable sources of power for agriculture; power measurement and alternative fuels Prerequisite : ENSC 111 AGEN 151. Agricultural Machinery Design (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Design of machine elements and power transmission systems in agricultural machinery Prerequisites : ENSC 105, ENSC 106, and ENSC 110 AGEN 152. Agricultural Mechanization and Machinery Management (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Design, operation, performance, manufacture, marketing and management and extension of agricultural machinery Prerequisites : AGEN 150, AGEN 151, and ENSC 108 AGEN 153. Tractor and Agricultural Equipment Operation (3 units). 7 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory) Field operation of farm tractors, equipment, and machinery including preventive maintenance and troubleshooting. Standards for farm tractors, equipment & machinery operation, care and maintenance Prerequisites : AGEN 152 Agricultural Structures and Environment AGEN 160. Agricultural Waste Management (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Survey and characterization of agricultural wastes, processes, and systems; analysis and design of agricultural waste utilization, treatment and management systems; economics, entrepreneurial, institutional and legal aspects of waste utilization, treatment and management systems. Prerequisites : ENSC 107, ANSC 110, CRSC 110, CHEM 104 AGEN 161. Agricultural Structures Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Application of structural analysis to the design of agricultural structures including farm to market roads and bridges Prerequisites : ENSC 106, and ENSC 110 AGEN 162. Design and Management of Agricultural Buildings (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Engineering design principles for agricultural buildings; material estimates and standard specifications; maintenance, economics, entrepreneurial, institutional, legal and management aspects Prerequisites : AGEN 161

AGEN 163. Forest Products Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Engineering properties of wood; survey of forest products manufacturing processes; handling, transport, processing systems; natural resource assessment inventory approaches and best practices in forestry management; economics, entrepreneurial, institutional and legal aspects of forest products engineering Prerequisite : Preferably 4th year or Consent of Instructor Soil and Water Resources AGEN 170. Hydrology (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) The hydrologic cycle; stream flow hydrographs; frequency analysis; groundwater hydrology; water quality analysis; watershed and mathematical models for data synthesis Prerequisites : ENSC 107, and GENG 110 AGEN 171. Irrigation and Drainage Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Soil-plant-water relationships; flow measurement; use and selection of pumps; survey of irrigation and drainage systems; system planning and design; legal, social and institutional aspects of water use disposal Prerequisite : AGEN 170, and GENG 110 AGEN 172. Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Planning, design, construction and maintenance of water conservation systems; soil erosion control systems Prerequisite : AGEN 170 AGEN 173. Aquaculture Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Planning, design, operation and maintenance of aquaculture systems; layout of farm facilities Prerequisite : FISC 110 Agricultural Processing and Electrification AGEN 180. Agricultural Electrification (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Application and utilization of electric power; generators and motors for agricultural use; electrical equipment and its control; distribution lines; power load calculations Prerequisite : ENSC 103 AGEN 181. Refrigeration Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Refrigeration cycle; analysis of vapor compression refrigeration systems; refrigerants and their properties; application of psychrometrics in air conditioning and cold storage; cooling load calculations Prerequisite : ENSC 111, and ENSC 112 AGEN 182. Processing, Handling and Storage of Agricultural Products 1 (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of drying, storage and handling of agricultural products (durables); operations/activities such as cleaning, sorting, grading, treating drying, grinding, mixing, milling, tempering, packaging, repacking, transporting and other related activities Prerequisite : ENSC 111, ENSC 112 AGEN 183. Processing, Handling and Storage of Agricultural Products 2 (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of cold storage and handling of perishable agricultural products and fishery; operations/activities such as cleaning, sorting, grading, treating, drying, dehydrating, grinding, mixing, milling, canning, dressing, slaughtering, freezing, pasteurizing, conditioning, packaging, repacking, transporting and other related activities Prerequisite : AGEN 181 Biosystems Engineering BSEN 120. Agricultural Systems Modeling and Simulation 1 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Simulation of Biological Processes; crop management; and applied livestock production Prerequisite : ENSC 116, ANSC 110, and CRSC 110 BSEN 121. Agricultural Systems Modeling and Simulation 2 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Evaporation models; deficit irrigation planning; whole farm simulation of field operations Prerequisite : ENSC 116, AGEN 152, and AGEN 171

BSEN 122. Introduction to Instrumentation (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Measurement variables; thermal variables; force variables; quantity and rate variables; geometric variables; electric variables Prerequisite : ENSC 103 BSEN 123. Introduction to Control Systems (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Introduction to control systems; mathematical models of systems; feedback control system characteristics; feedback control systems; frequency response methods and the frequency domain; time domain analysis Prerequisite : ENSC 103 BSEN 124. Introduction to System Dynamics (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Introduction to system dynamics; physical system modeling; bond graph modeling Prerequisite : ENSC 113 and ENSC 115 GEODETIC ENGINEERING COURSES Theory and Practice of Surveying GENG 140. Mine Surveying (2 units). 4 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of underground surveying; transferring meridians from surface to underground; locating and laying out mining work such as shafts, winzes, levels and connections; regulations governing mineral land surveys Prerequisite : GENG 110 GENG 141. Property Surveys (4 units). 8 hours/week (2 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory) Surveys of isolated parcels of land used for agricultural, residential, industrial and commercial purposes, restatement, subdivision, relocation, and similar surveys; rules and regulations governing isolated land surveys in the Philippines; establishment, computation and adjustment of survey project controls; transformation of local plane coordinate system to cadastral or to the Philippine Plane Coordinate System; political boundary surveys; parcellary land surveys; old survey adjustment; rules and regulations governing cadastral survey in the Philippines Prerequisite : GENG 111 GENG 142. Engineering Surveys 1 (3 units). 7 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory) Reconnaissance and preliminary surveys for highways and railways; various types of route curves; setting slope stakes; earthwork computations; mass diagram; estimate of cost; laying out and setting of various construction projects Prerequisite : GENG 111 GENG 143. Geodetic Leveling and Advanced Hydrography (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles in the establishment of vertical geodetic control; specifications, equipment and procedures in precise leveling; vertical control by trigonometric and barometric leveling Prerequisite : GENG 111 GENG 144. Geodetic Surveying (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of the establishment and extension of horizontal geodetic control; triangulation, trilateration, traverse and satellite positioning networks Prerequisite : GENG 170 Cartography GENG 150. Cartography 1 (2 units). 4 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of cartography; tools and equipment; classification maps; map contents; design and layout; map lettering; use of conventional signs and symbols; preservation and cataloguing; map compilation; preparation of government maps for registration; base maps; relief methods; reproduction Prerequisite : GENG 111 GENG 151. Cartography 2 (2 units). 4 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles of map projections; theory and construction of conformal, equal area, azimuthal, perspective and other projections; specifications for the design and construction of hydrographic and topographic maps, special maps and charts; map manuscript and reproduction; lithography; modern cartographic techniques Prerequisite : GENG 160

Geodesy and Photogrammetry GENG 160. Geometric Geodesy (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Historical development; geometry of the reference ellipsoid; normal section curves; geodesics; computation of ellipsoidal coordinates; direct and inverse problems; reduction to the reference ellipsoid; satellite geodesy Prerequisite : GENG 111 and MATH 130 GENG 161. Physical Geodesy (2 units). 2 hours/week (2 hours lecture) Basic potential theory; the shape and gravity field of the earth; isostacy; equipotential surface; gravity anomalies; geoidal heights; deflection of the vertical; world geodetic system Prerequisite : GENG 170 GENG 162. Satellite Geodesy (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hour lecture) Geometric and dynamic applications of artificial satellites in geodesy; determination of station positions and the gravity field of the earth; evaluation of Doppler effect of tracking data; inferometry Prerequisite : GENG 171 GENG 163. Photogrammetry 1 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory) History and development of photogrammetric principles; aerial photography procurement; principles f stereoscopy and photogrammetric optics; elements of single photograph and its distortions; rectification; photomosaics Prerequisite : GENG 111 GENG 164. Photogrammetry 2 (3 units). 5hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Theory and principles of stereophotogrammetry; inner, relative and absolute orientation of a stereopair; photo control point selection; mapping applications; coordinate transformations; aerial triangulation Prerequisite : GENG 173 GENG 165. Photo-interpretation and Remote Sensing (2 units). 4 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Principles and theories of image interpretation; identification and analysis of imageries through photo-interpretation and remote sensing Prerequisite : GENG 173 GENG 166. Geodetic Astronomy (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Precise determination of time, longitude, latitude and time; Bessels and other interpolation methods; establishment of Laplace station; field practice on solar and stellar observation for geodetic surveying Prerequisite : GENG 111 Laws and Regulations GENG 180. Geodetic Engineering Laws, Contracts and Ethics (2 units). 2 hours/week (2 hours lecture) Private and public engineering contracts; preparation and writing of specifications and proposals; procedures and instruments in bidding; code of ethics for Geodetic Engineers; scope and application of Geodetic Engineering laws Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor GENG 181. Land Registration Laws (2 units). 2 hours/week (2 hours lecture) Laws applicable to ordinary and cadastral land registration proceedings under the Torrens System and the Spanish Mortgage Law Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor GENG 182. Public Land Laws and Laws on Natural Resources (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Basic principles of the administration and disposition of public lands, private properties and acquired lands of the national government; modes and techniques in settlement projects; administration of friar land estates and other landed estate; study of the Philippine Mining Laws and other natural resources laws; modes of acquiring mineral lands; agrarian reform lands Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor GENG 183. Laws on Property (1 units). 1 Hour/week (1 hour lecture) A study of the sections of the Civil Code and civil procedures on civil actions involving real and personal properties; rules and regulations governing surveys of original subdivision (simple, complex, and real estate development), relocation, amendments and resurvey isolated parcel of land Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor

GENG 184. Agrarian Reform Laws, Rules and Regulations (3 units). 7 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory) Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor Other Geodetic Engineering Courses GENG 110. General Surveying 1 (3 units). 7 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory) Use, care and adjustment of surveying instruments; theory and use of instruments to obtain distances and direction measurements in determining the horizontal and vertical positions of points, methods of running traverses and leveling; topographical surveys Prerequisite : MATH 110 and MATH 120 GENG 111. General Surveying 2 (4 units). 8 hours/week (2 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory) Resectioning triangulation; trilateration; solar observations time and azimuth; trigonometric and barometric leveling; hydrographic surveys Prerequisite : GENG 110 GENG 170. Geodetic Computation and Adjustment 1 (2 units). 2 hours/week (2 hours lecture) Review of statistical concepts; propagation of variances and co-variances; least square adjustment of problems in surveying by observation equation and condition equation methods; analysis of results from least square adjustments Prerequisite : GENG 144 GENG 171. Geodetic Computation and Adjustment 2 (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Application of the theory of least squares to adjustment of horizontal and vertical control networks; adjustment by condition equations and parameters; iteration and computer methods Prerequisite : GENG 170 and ENSC 115 GENG 190. Urban Planning (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Nature of urbanization and evolution of urban forms; conceptual modeling; rational for planning; steps in the planning process and basic studies of plan formulation; estimating requirements for commercial, industrial and residential land uses; measure of plan implementation; application of planning process to typical problems of community growth and development Prerequisite : 3rd Year Standing or Consent of Instructor GENG 191. Geodetic Engineering Project. (3 units). 7 hours/week (1 hour lecture, 6 hours laboratory) Industry-oriented practical case study; group feasibility work or practicum Prerequisite : GENG 110 and Consent of Instructor GENG 192. Summer Surveying (3 units). 24 hours/week Prerequisite : GENG 110 and Consent of Instructor Suggested Elective Courses GENG 130. Land Economics. (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture). History, policies, practices and patterns of land distribution and ownership; political, social, economic and environmental impacts; land valuation approaches; role of Geodetic Engineers in maximizing community benefits; roles of government agencies in land valuation. Prerequisite: ENSC 108 GENG 172. Theory of Errors. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Classification of errors, measures of dispersion, variance, co-variance, propagation of errors, weights, observation, condition and normal equations; generalized minimum variance solution of hybrid measuring system; empirical curve fitting of polynomial. Prerequisite: ENSC 114 GENG 167. Photogrammetric Project Design. (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture). Planning in photogrammetry; accuracy determination, instrumentation; project phases; PERT-CPM diagram; cost estimates; quality control; preparation of project proposals. Prerequisite: GENG 164 GENG 168. Aerial Triangulation Adjustment. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Ground control requirement; formation of condition/observation equations; strip adjustment; block adjustment. Prerequisite: GENG 164

GENG 131. Computer Assisted Mapping. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hour lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Use of computers in Geodetic and Photogrammetric operations; automated cartography; introduction to Geographic Information system (GIS). Prerequisite: Preferably 5th year standing FOOD TECHNOLOGY COURSES FT 101. General Microbiology. (5 units). 9 hours/week (3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory). Fundamental principles in microbiology, classification, characterization, properties and identification of microorganisms, cultural and staining techniques; parasites Prerequisite : None FT 102. Food Microbiology. (5 units). 9 hours/week (3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory). Microbial flora of food as affected by processing/preservation techniques with special attention to beneficial groups of microorganisms, pathogenic, and spoilage microorganisms. Prerequisite : FT 101 FT 104. Food Chemistry 1. (5 units). 9 hours/week (3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory). Basic chemical composition, structure and properties of foods and the chemistry of changes occurring during food preparation, processing, storage and utilization. Prerequisite : CHEM 105 FT 105. Food Chemistry 2. (5 units). 9 hours/week (3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory). Secondary components of food, their structure and properties, and the chemistry of changes occurring during preparation, processing, storage and utilization. Prerequisite : FT 104 FT 106. Food Analysis. (5 units). 9 hours/week (3 hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory).. Principles, methods, and techniques necessary for qualitative and quantitative physical and chemical analysis of food and food products. Prerequisite : FT 104 and Quantitative Chemistry Food Processing FT 110. Food Processing 1. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Principles of food preservation, sterilization of food by heat treatment and packaging of heat sterilized food; and other non-thermal methods of processing such as irradiation and use of food additives. Prerequisite :FT 102 FT 111. Food Processing 2. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Fermentation, drying and dehydration, refrigeration and freezing and other new and emerging food processing methods. Prerequisite :FT 110 FT 112. Food Processing 3. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Processing of fish and fishery product; meat and poultry; cereal and root crops. Prerequisite :FT 110 FT 113. Post Harvest and Handling Technology. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Prerequisite :FT 110 FT 114. Fruits and Vegetables Processing. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Prerequisite :FT 110 FT 115. Food Packaging and Labeling (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture). Principles and methods of food packaging and labeling; evaluation of properties of packaging and labeling materials. Prerequisite :FT 111 Food Safety FT 120. Food Safety. (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture). Essentials of food safety. Prerequisite :FT 102 and FT 110

FT 121. Food Quality Assurance. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Concepts, principles and methods of quality assurance in relation to food standards and regulations. Prerequisite :FT 110 and Elementary Statistics FT 122. Sensory Evaluation of Foods. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Principles and techniques in sensory evaluation; statistical analysis and interpretation of sensory evaluation data; and their relations to physic-chemical tests. Prerequisite :Elementary Statistics Food Engineering FT 150. Food Engineering. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Engineering concepts and principles as applied to food processing. Prerequisite :FT 111, FT 112, General Physics 2 and Differential Calculus FT 150a. Introductory Food Engineering (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Study of food processing equipment, mechanical principles, equipment maintenance and basic control devices used in food processing and the preparation of fruits and vegetables for further processing. Prerequisite : MATH 141 and PHYS 102 FT 151. Advance Food Engineering (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory) Study of Food Processing Equipment, mechanical principles, equipment maintenance and basic control devices used in food processing and the preparation of fruits and vegetables for further processing. Prerequisite : FT 150 Other Food Technology Professional Courses FT 195. Baking Technology and Bakery Management. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Principles and fundamentals of baking including basic baking ingredients, their properties, proper use and storage; traditional, contemporary and recent development of different baked products. Prerequisite : None FT 196. Food Laws. (2 units). 2 hours/week (2 hours lecture). Awareness of and compliance to food laws and regulations in manufacturing and distribution of foods in the local and international markets. Prerequisite : FT 110, FT 120 and FT 121 FT 197. Environmental Management for Food Industries. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction of an integrated strategy for the prevention, treatment and disposal of food processing wastes. Prerequisite : FT 110, FT 105, FT150 and FT 121 FT 198. Methods of Research in Food Science and Technology. (3 units). 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture). Application of research principles and methodologies in the field of food science and technologies. Prerequisite : STAT 100 and FT 110 FT 199. Seminar (1 unit). 1 hour/week (1 hour lecture) Review and discussion of literature of the latest trends in food science and technology; presentation in a technical seminar; writing of paper for seminar Prerequisite : Senior Standing FT 200a. Practicum/On-the-job Training. (6 units). 300 hours. Note : May be enrolled for two terms at 3 units each Prerequisite : In-coming Senior Standing or Consent of Adviser FT 200. Thesis Writing. (3 units). Prerequisite : FT 198, Senior Standing, and Consent of Advisefr Elective FT 180. Nutrition. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Prerequisite : FT 102

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Basic ICT Subjects / General Education ICT 101. Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications 1. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to computers (properties, capabilities, weaknesses and limitations, history, classification), number systems, data representation, hardware and software; machine languages, flow charting and algorithms; moral aspects associated with computers. Laboratory : Office Applications/Office Suites (Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Internet Applications, etc) Formerly: Comsc 110, ComS 1, ComS 110, IT 100, IT 100a, ComSc 110 Corequisite : Algebra ICT 102. Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications 2. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Features, capabilities and limitations of the basic language; techniques in developing, coding, testing and debugging structures; basic programming concepts, techniques, access methods and file handling. Boolean algebra, digital logic gates Laboratory : Database software, Programming Language Formerly: ComSc 120, ComSc 2, ComS 120, ComSci 120. Prerequisite : ICT 101 ICT 103. Computer Hardware Fundamentals. (3 units). 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Prerequisite : None ICT 104. Flowcharting. (1 unit). 3 hours/week (3 hours laboratory). Introduction to flowcharting and algorithms; Prerequisite : None Basic Information Technology Courses IT 104. Discrete Structures (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture) Foundations of discrete mathematics as they apply to computer science; includes functions, relations and sets, basic logic, proof techniques, basics of counting and introduction to digital logic and digital systems. Prerequisite : Algebra IT 106. Computer Organization and Assembly Language (3 units) 5 hours/week.(2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Various hardware structures (down to transistor level) that compose a computer; individual functions, interactions, organization and control to perform the task assigned to the computer; includes how data is represented, stored and manipulated Prerequisite : IT 103 IT 110. Web Development (3 units) 5 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Various web design concepts and techniques; includes how to design, build and create effective, interactive and dynamic web applications. Prerequisite : IT 140 IT 111. Web Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Design, Programming, and implementation of web-based applications; Interfacing applications to databases via creation, access and integration of middle tier components Prerequisite : IT 110 IT 112. Multimedia Systems (3 units) 7 hours/week Introduction to multimedia systems; principles, categories, elements, platforms and devices, development process and management issues in the development of multimedia titles Prerequisite : IT 110 IT 120. Operating System Application (3 units) 3 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to the concepts, theories and components that serve as the bases for the design of classical and modern operating systems; process and memory management, process synchronization and deadlocks. Prerequisite : IT 106 and IT 131

IT 121. Systems Analysis and Design (3 units) 5 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Different phases of systems development focusing on analysis and design; systems development through a feasibility study. Prerequisite : IT 140 and IT 133 IT 122. Software Engineering (3 units) 5 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to software engineering processes; its principles, techniques and practices to produce quality software products. Prerequisite : IT 121 IT 123. Technopreneurship (3 units) 3 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Principles and theories of technoprenuership; includes development and implementation of a feasible IT business plan. Prerequisite : 4th year standing IT 130. Programming 1 (3 units) 5 hours/week.(2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Art and style of procedural programming to solve computational problems adhering to the standards and guidelines of documentation; I/O statements, loop and branching instructions, and creating functions and procedures. Prerequisite : IT 102 IT 130a. Programming in C++ 1 (3 units) 5 hours/week.(2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Art and style of programming in C++ to solve computational problems adhering to the standards and guidelines of documentation; I/O statements, loop and branching instructions, and creating functions and procedures. Prerequisite : ICT 101 and ICT 104 IT 130b. Programming in C++ 2 (3 units) 5 hours/week.(2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Advanced techniques in C++ to solve computational problems adhering to the standards and guidelines of documentation; creation, manipulation and application of user-defined data structures, recursion, and file-handling techniques. Prerequisite : IT 130a IT 131. Programming 2 (3 units) 5 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Advanced techniques in procedural programming to solve computational problems adhering to the standards and guidelines of documentation; creation, manipulation and application of user-defined data structures, recursion, and file-handling techniques. Prerequisite : IT 130 IT 132. Object Oriented Programming (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Basic language syntax and principles of object-oriented programming to solve computational problems adhering to the standards and guidelines of documentation. Prerequisite : IT 131 or IT 130b IT 133. Advance Programming (3 units) 5 hours/week(2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to Java; basic programming tools such as algorithms, variables, statements, iterations, decisions, functions, arrays; object-oriented techniques such as objects, classes, methods and properties, and visual interfaces; I/O and basic data structures Prerequisite : 3rd year standing IT 140. Database Management Systems 1 (3 units) 5 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Discussion of database systems; the nature of the data, data association, data semantics and data models; implementation of specific DBMS data models for use in business application programs. Prerequisite : IT 131 IT 141. Database Management Systems 2 (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to the concepts of relational databases, data models and relational database design; familiarization with database development tools through a database project (involves actual database design and application development). Prerequisite : IT 140 IT 160. Network and Internet Security (3 units) 3 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to network and internet security; network classification and threats; intense examination of network security defense techniques and countermeasures with defense fundamentals such as

designing firewall systems and IDS, configuring firewalls, VPNs, trojan port numbers, and security related RFCs. Prerequisite : IT 120 IT 161. Network Administration 1 (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Configuration and installation of networks: addressing, routing, naming, and LAN and MAN services; Network security checking, monitoring and basic forensics. Prerequisite : IT 160 IT 162. Network Administration 2 (3 units) 3 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to Linux Network Administration; fundamental Linux and TCP/IP Internetworking concepts, remote administration services and tools, Samba server in a mixed environment, basic troubleshooting tools and techniques; set up and configuration of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, Domain Name System (DNS), Network File System (NFS), cron daemon, and Network Information Service (NIS). Prerequisite : 4th year standing IT 163. Network Management. (3 units) 3 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to the concept of data communication and computer networking; 7-layers of the OSI reference models. Prerequisite : IT 106 IT Electives IT 103. Digital Design (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Overview of the principles underlying number systems, logic gates, Fixed-Point Representation, Boolean Function, Boolean algebra, combinational and sequential logic circuits, flip-flops, registers, and PLAs. Prerequisite : Math 110 and IT 102 IT 105. Design and Analysis of Algorithms (3 units) 3 hours/week. (3 hours lecture) Design and analysis of algorithms; techniques in basic algorithmic analysis, algorithmic strategies, sorting and searching, graph algorithms, and geometric algorithms. Prerequisite : IT 104 IT 180. Management Information System (3 units) 3 hours/week (3 hours lecture). Elements of Management Information Systems; technology (hardware, software, communication technology, database concepts and types of computer configurations) currently used in the industry. Prerequisite : None IT 181. Linux Operating System Administration (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Overview of operating systems theory; practical system-administration tasks; installation, configuration and management of a Linux operating system; directory and file management, user account management and certain device management (such as drives, printers, interface cards, etc.). Prerequisite : None IT 182. Computer Data and Network Security (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Prerequisite : None Free Electives IT 170. Computer Architecture (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor IT 171. E-commerce (3 units) 3 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Overview of e-commerce technology and introduction to necessary tools to be able to work on a project; cryptography, XML, biometrics, firewalls and other technologies associated with ecommerce Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor IT 172. Operations Research (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Principles and techniques for solving decision-making problems in the industry using mathematical models; decision analysis, linear programming (Simplex method, duality, sensitivity analysis), network models (shortest path, PERT/CPM, maximum flow, minimum spanning tree, transportation and assignment) and forecasting; Poisson processes, queuing models, assignment model; model development and solution analysis Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor

IT 173. Information Resource Management (3 units) 5 hours/week (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Examines management of information systems including how to acquire, organize, monitor and control computer resources with emphasis on management problems unique to computer based information systems environments. Prerequisite : IT 141 Other IT Subjects IT 198. Professional Ethics (3 units) 3 hours/week. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory). Introduction to ethics and ethical theories; discussions on the ethical dilemmas and issues facing IT practitioners; appreciation and discussion of the Code of Ethics of IT Professionals; cybercrimes and appropriate Philippine Laws Prerequisite : Consent of Instructor IT 199. Capstone Project (3 units) Prerequisite: 4th year standing or Consent of Instructor IT 199a. Special Project (3 units) Prerequisite: ICT 101, ICT 102, ICT 103, IT 103, IT 104, IT 130a IT 200a. Internship/OJT/Case Studies (3 units) 200 hours Prerequisite: 3rd year standing IT 200. Thesis Writing. (3 units) Prerequisite: 4th year standing REFRENCES: CHED Memorandum Order No. 05, Series of 1998. Policies and Standards for Associate in Computer Technology Program (ACT) CHED Memorandum Order No. 30, Series of 2006. Policies and Standards for B.S. in Tourism Management (BSTM)/ B.S. in Hospitality Management (BSHM)/ B.S. in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM)/ B.S. in Travel Management (BSTrM) CHED Memorandum Order No. 45, Series of 2006. Policies and Standards for Bachelor of Science in Food Technology (BSFT) CHED Memorandum Order No. 53, Series of 2006. Policies and Standards for Information technology Education (ITE) Programs CHED Memorandum Order No. 37, Series of 2007. Revised Policies and Standards for Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering Program