College of Engineering and Computer Studies
- Vision, Mission & Goals
- Academic Programs
- Research & Publications
- Student Organizations
About the College of Engineering and Computer Studies
Holy Name University's College of Engineering and Computer Studies (COECS) is the fruit of a union meant to strengthen complementary colleges, the College of Engineering and the College of Computer Studies. Its first milestone was the government recognition no. 209, series of 1969 granted to then Divine Word College of Tagbilaran on August 8, 1969. Engr. Ismael Masamayor acted as the head of the Engineering Department offering a two year engineering preparatory course under the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).
The College of Computer Studies, on the other hand, started as the College of Computer Science in the second semester of school year 1997-1998 with Ms. Mariejoe Narca as dean. Formerly a department under then College of Commerce (now, College of Business and Accountancy), it initially offered Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) program, following the government recognition in 1995.
In response to the Philippines' massive education reform prompted by the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013, the individual strengths and accomplishments of the two colleges have been merged into one single unit in SY 2016-2017. It is now known as the College of Engineering and Computer Studies (COECS).
Cognizant of the critical role of engineering and technology in nation-building, the new college has faced challenges and opportunities in the fields of engineering and information and communication technology education but it continues to provide an excellent learning environment for molding innovative servant leaders.
Vision, Mission and Goals
A leading Christ-centered community committed to providing an excellent learning environment in molding innovative servant leaders.
MissionWe commit ourselves to the:
- integration of Christian values in the quest for new knowledge and skills;
- pursuit of excellence in instruction, research and community extension;
- formation of innovative professionals embracing the values of St. Arnold Janssen and St. Joseph Freinademetz.
GoalsWe aim to:
- make COECS a model Christian learning community that engages in activities for the acquisition of new knowledge and skills
- provide quality instruction and state of the art facilities and actively engage in research and community extension
- inculcate Christian values in one’s profession.
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Dean and Program Heads
Engr. Uy, James
Prof. Engr. James Uy
Masters in Management Engineering
Prof. Dr. Maria Celia Ligason
PhD in Technology Management
Prof. Dr. Marilou Uy
Ph.D. in Technology Management
Prof. Maria Isabel Abucejo, MBA
Masters in Information Technology
Engr. Rosanne Daquio
Prof. Apolinar Fudalan
Masters in Management: Business Management
Prof. Engr. Virginia Madanguit
MA in Mathematics
Prof. Grethel Mende
Mr. Thomas Andrew Amores
Mr. Felix Oliver Bacareza
Engr. Vanessa Gail Barong
Prof. Wenyville Galang
Masters in Information Technology
Engr. Aureen Mae Japos
Engr. Jan Michael John Lero
Mr. Lord Francis Navarro
Mr. Reynaldo Agunod
Mr. Andrian Thor Amores
Engr. Teofilo Bajao
Engr. Jon Sergio Caberte
Mr. Darrel Cardaña
Ms. Amarish Duce
Mr. Vincent Hajiron
Mr. Harvey Halasan
Engr. Michael Jala
Engr. Louiel Ian Lomotos
Engr. Amiel Seth Dexter Sacdalan
Engr. Andrea May Elaine Sacdalan
Ms. Rachelle Toston
Research and Publications
The college has a strong linkage with the provincial government of Bohol as well as some local government units and Non-Government Organizations. CE faculty and students have been tapped in a number of projects to name a few:
- Adopt a Road Program by the Provincial Road Management Facility (PRMF);
- Collaboration research study of CE students with Australia National University Ph.D. student, Miss Muriel Naguit in the data gathering and assessment of the structure of the different barangays in Bohol after the 2013 earthquake;
- Structural Damage Assessment for 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake of 2013 for Shelter Cluster Philippines in cooperation with Provincial Government and UNDP;
- GPS Road Based Mapping for Coordinating Road Investments for Development Project for Bohol Chamber of Commerce and Industry; and
- HABITAT program for the rehabilitation of damaged houses after the 2013 Bohol earthquake.
|The Animation and Cartoonist Society (AnimatiCS)|
|Computer Society (ComSoc)|
|Institute of Electronics and Communications Engineers (IECEP)-HNU Student Chapter|
|Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers, Inc. (PICE) HNU Student Chapter|
|Society of Young Computer Professionals (SyComP)|
The Animation and Cartoonist Society (AnimatiCS)
The Animation and Cartoonist Society is a student organization of Holy Name University, focused on art, animation and collaboration between students of all fields who are unanimously interested and skilled in the art of animation, illustration and multimedia.
Computer Society (ComSoc)
The Computer Society is an organization among engineering students interested in computer hardware, computer networks, computer programming, website-developing and other computer-related tasks. ComSoc aims to provide information on the new trends in IT modern technology, assist students in the molding of future careers as Computer Engineers and to do community service in helping other people be computer literate among others.
Institute of Electronics and Communications Engineers (IECEP)-HNU Student Chapter
A curricular student organization of ECE students which aim is to be able to support and help in the realization of the aspirations and ideals of the ECE students by initiating activities that shall enhance their skills and capabilities in the pursuit of excellence.
Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers, Inc. (PICE) HNU Student Chapter
A curricular organization among CE students which aim is to foster, improve and stimulate research in civil engineering studies. Through the various activities it organizes, PICE develops fellowship among civil engineering students, encourages student relations with other allied technical and scientific organizations, establishes a central point of reference and unions for its members and course, advancement of the knowledge and practice of said program.
Society of Young Computer Professionals (SyComP)
This is an institutional organization of credible IT students whose vision is to respond to the demands of reliance and up to date information for the innovation of society founded on the modernization and fast development of IT world. It is guided and monitored by the Department of Computer Science for the students to attain knowledge and promote excellence.