BS in Energy Systems and Management
Major in Electrical Machine Control and Maintenance
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The course provides relevant, up-to-date skills that will equip both graduates and working professionals in the advanced concepts of sustainable electrical power, energy generation, machine control and automation. It offers skills for operation, control, design, regulation and management of power and control systems and networks of the future.
Graduates of this course can demonstrate and apply expertise in well- defined contemporary technological and engineering problems through analysis, design, installation and evaluation of the different energy industry including infrastructure, generation, transmission and distribution of non-renewable, renewable, and inexhaustible energy sources.
Program Educational Objectives
The program educational objectives for Bachelor of Science in Energy Systems and Management Major in Electrical Machine Control and Maintenance describe the accomplishments that the graduate are expected to attain within 5 years after graduation. Graduates will have applied their expertise to well- defined contemporary technological and engineering problem solving in a wide practical procedures and practices.
a. Graduates should be able to demonstrate and apply expertise in well- defined contemporary technological and engineering problems through analysis, design, installation and evaluation of the different electrical machineries and modern industrial processes including wide range of systems, from simplest fuses and motors to sophisticated electronic computer interface boards, motor drives, programmable logic controller, solid state devices and perform preventative maintenance, identify or solve problems in machines used in modern industrial processes.
b. Graduates should be able to demonstrate engagement in technological and engineering profession, locally and globally, contributing to wide practical and ethical professional procedures and practices with proper attitudes and values towards work, becoming a productive and self-reliant leaders and members of the society with social, economic and environmental responsibility.
c. Graduates should be able to transform vocational interest and diversified occupational skills through effective utilization of appropriate technology necessary as technopreneur and pursuing lifelong-learning and advance studies
Upon completion of the BSESM Major in Electrical Machine Control and Maintenance program, graduates are able to:
a. PO: Demonstrate innovative and critical thinking in the integration of their knowledge of electrical power principles, as well as mathematics and scientific principles, to new applications in electrical machines and control technology.
b. PO: Identify, analyze and solve well-defined technology and engineering problems in electrical machines control and maintenance through analytical tools and application of knowledge of diversity and multi- disciplinary competencies.
c. PO: Design processes or systems as a solution to well-defined technical problems in electrical machines and control that meet the specified needs responsive to some realistic constraints such as economic, environmental,
d. Social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance to generally accepted standards while working collaboratively and respectfully as a member or leader of diverse teams.
e. PO: Conduct investigation, identify and solve well-define problems in current economic demands in local, national and global levels even in the face of adverse circumstances and uncertainties using all of the required and available resources in electrical machines control.
f. PO: Demonstrate expertise and effectively use relevant modern enabling technology and engineering tools to solve well-defined problems in the practice of electrical machines and control technology.
g. PO: Convey ideas clearly through knowledge of well-defined current societal issues in the development of quality human capital, technology solutions and economic enterprises relevant to electrical machines and control technology
h. PO: Examine the impact of technology and engineering solutions of well- defined problems through electrical machines and control necessary for sustainable economic and environmental development in local, national and global contexts.
i. PO: Demonstrate professional, social and ethical responsibilities in the application of diverse knowledge and multi-disciplinary competencies to solve well-defined problems by promoting equity and social justice in the community in the norms of electrical machines and control practice.
j. PO: Function independently, collaboratively and effectively as individual, member or leader of multidisciplinary, trans-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams using modern communication tools.
k. PO: Communicate persuasively and effectively technical project information and documentation on broadly defined electrical machines and control related activities with technology community and with society, in writing or in personal presentation and conversation especially in technology, engineering and societal engagements.
l. PO: Effectively demonstrate knowledge and understanding of well-defined issues in technology and engineering management principles as a member or leader of diverse teams in managing projects in multidisciplinary environments.
m. PO: Recognize the need to engage in life-long learning in the field of electrical machines control practice. to discuss and demonstrate expertise through integration of ideas, methods, theory and practice in the latest development of relevant technologies in solving well-defined issues and concerns.
n. PO: Exhibit critical and creative thinking and apply analytical and quantitative reasoning to address clear and well-defined challenges through engaging in electrical engineering technology relevant researches towards the attainment of local and national development agenda.
- LICENSED ELECTRICIAN
- ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN
- INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL OPERATOR
- ROBOTICS TECHNICIAN
- POWER GENERATION TECHNICIAN
- TELECOMMUNICATION MAINTENANCE OFFICER
- OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER
- UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR
- PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROL PROGRAMMER
ferdinand m. oraiz
ruel s. salvador
maricel c. mandawe
NIKKO NIÑO B. SENO
Christian Glenn Bunayog
JON CLYDE P. BALANSAG
WELSTER JOHN PUNAY
For further inquiries, please get in touch with:
PROF. FERDINAND M. ORAZ, MIT
University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines – Jasaan
Upper Jasaan, Jasaan Misamis Oriental