The College of Industrial Technology traces its roots from the Technical Department of the then Philippine School of Arts and Trades adapted in 1937 which later became the Philippine College of Arts and Trades...
The College of Industrial Technology develop highly skilled technicians,
technologist, and applied researchers who are needed to sustain industrial growth
and develop for the enhancement of quality of life.
1. Develop, improve and implement training program to attain effective delivery
system of technological education.
2. Strengthen faculty qualification and rank.
3. Provide opportunities for faculty researches and come up with new concepts,
materials and processes.
4. Make available the facilities of the College and expertise of the faculty
to the community.
The roots of the College of Industrial Education (CIE) can be traced in 1929 when the first formal two-year Industrial Teacher Education was offered at the then Philippine School of Arts and Trades...
The College of Industrial Education commits itself to develop highly competent teachers/trainors, leaders, managers, and innovators in industrial and technology education and training, as well as industry through responsive and relevant programs and proactive human resources in an environment of change.
1. Improve effectiveness of instruction, research, management, administration, information systems and procedures to make the College responsive and relevant to the needs of the society
2. Enhance partnership with industry, public, and NGOs to support efforts for life long learning
3. Achieve financial viability and sustainability to augment operational resources
4. Strengthen the core values of excellence, commitment, cooperation, hard work, scholarship, creativity, resourcefulness and teamwork among teachers and students
5. Achieve third level accreditation for both graduate and undergraduate programs
The College of Engineering (COE) is a recipient of Center of Development (COD) status from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED)...
The College of Engineering is committed to:
1. Offer technology-oriented curricula in engineering and management leading to the Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate degrees.
2. Foster and promote scientific culture through research and development involvement and collaboration.
3. Foster, promote, and maintain close inter-institutional and academe-industry linkages.
4. Effect technology transfer through the Office of Research and Extension Services of the University and the College.
The CLA is the other half when the College of Applied Arts and Sciences was split. The CLA used to be a full service college. In 1999, the BOR approved the offering of Bachelor of Arts in Management major in Industrial Management in the college...
The CLA shall provide basic quality education and turn out highly competent managers and entepreneurs who will provide leadership and job opportunities in a rapidly changing environment and ensure its continued relevance and responsiveness to the challenges of globalization.
By virtue of Presidential Decree No. 1518, the Philippine College of Arts and Trades (PCAT) was converted into the Technological University of the Philippines (TUP) on June 11, 1976. The conversion to a university status brought about comprehensive changes in the organizational set-up...
The College of Science prepares students to become fully integrated individuals, scientifically literate and technically competent to assume dynamic and responsible leadership for the country's scientific and technological development in the improvement of man's well-being and the quality of the environment.
To attain the vision, mission and goals of the University, the College aims to accomplish the following objectives:
1. Sustain the role of the College as TUP's premiere mover in science and mathematics via keeping pace with the University in moving onwards as a model of excellence in engineering and technology education.
2. Engage actively in the University's efforts to acquire, generate and develop sufficient and state-of-the-art physical resources and facilities for instruction and research in science and mathematics.
3. Develop curricular programs in science and mathematics which are relevant and responsive to the needs of the present times.
The roots of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts (CAFA) can be traced from the drawing subjects required in all courses offered by the University since 1907...
The College ot Architecture and Fine Arts (CAFA) develops competitive architects, artist,
designers and draftsmen for industry and related sectors toward an improved quality of life.
After 3-5 years, the graduates of the program are expected to:
1. Attain highly level of technical skills in their chosen profession.
2. Acquire a lifelong learning actively such as progressive leadership in applied research development studies in the areas of Arts, Design, and Architectural fields and production.
3. Commit in professional services to effect/impart technology transfer in assisting the development of small and medium industries to contribute to national development.
The University is one of the 86 institutions of higher learning authorized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to accredit individuals' actual achievements towards the conferment of an earned degree under the Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP)...
The TUP ETEEAP shall be the flagship of all higher institutions offering technological and professional education in harnessing the full potentials of individuals from industry through non-traditional approach in education.
The TUP ETEEAP commits itself to contribute to the development of globally competitive teachers, technologists, and engineers through academic equivalency and accreditation of relevant learning and experiences gained in the workplace.
I was the first recipient. I just arrived in the campus at about 9 am and saw the ladies setting up the vaccination table in the Multi-Purpose Complex. Thank you ladies!