College of Technology

COT Vision, Mission and Goals


An industry-driven college that produces industry leaders and entrepreneurs through research and innovation.


To provide an assistive learning environment where students gain practical technological knowledge and entrepreneurial skills through experiential learning; to develop ethical and empathetic problem-solvers and critical thinkers that will address the evolving demands in business and manufacturing industries.


  • Provide industry-aligned education through hands-on experiences and industry-based training in the areas of Engineering and Industrial Technology, Hospitality, and Tourism Management.
  • Demonstrate a culture of research and innovation among faculty and students.
  • Facilitate the transfer of research-based technologies and adoption of university intellectual properties to local and international linkages to empower the marginalized population.
  • Operate an inclusive and just leadership that values and empowers individuals and defends the truth.

OBE Framework

The College of Technology (COT) is dedicated to providing cutting-edge education through Outcome-Based Education (OBE) standards, following the policies and guidelines established by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). All programs offered by COT comply with CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 13, s. 2023 for the Bachelor of Industrial Technology (BIndTech), CMO No. 86, s. 2017 for the Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BET), and CMO 62 s. 2017 for Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM), and Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM).
Anchored from Outcomes-based Education (OBE) systems and principles, all programs offered by the College of Technology are meticulously designed. At its core, OBE is centered on defining clear and measurable Course Outcomes (COs) derived from Program Outcomes (POs), which in turn stem from Program Educational Objectives (PEOs), all harmonized with the University’s Vision and Mission. Integral to the OBE framework of the college is the setting up of clear expectations of results that students must achieve for every competency taught or the Intended Learning Outcome (ILO). These outcomes encompass not only specific knowledge and skills but also the development of critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, and professional attitudes essential for success in the workforce. Mastery and application of these outcomes, rather than mere coverage of content is being emphasized. With varied teaching-learning activities (TLAs) assessment methods, including projects, exams, presentations, and practical demonstrations, we strive to continuously monitor student progress and provide timely feedback to guide their learning journey.
As part of the college’s commitment, we willingly submit to rigorous evaluation and accreditation processes through various esteemed external accrediting bodies to ensure continuous improvement and accountability. By subjecting all programs offered by the college to external scrutiny and assessment, we aim to uphold the integrity of our educational programs, foster a culture of excellence, and continuously enhance the quality of the learning experience for our students. Through ongoing evaluation and accreditation, we strive to identify areas for improvement, implement best practices, and adapt to evolving industry needs, thereby reaffirming our dedication to providing our students with the best possible education as we empower our students to become lifelong learners, critical thinkers, God-fearing skilled professionals, and entrepreneurs ready to make meaningful contributions to society preparing them for success in their chosen fields.

Admission Requirements

4 year curriculum an average grade of 83% and must pass the entrance exam.

Incoming Freshman

  • Form 138 (Original Copy of uncancelled 4th year high school card)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • NSO Authenticated Birth Cerfificate
  • Health Examination Result certified by a government physician
  • 2 pieces recent 1 X 1 picture
  • Original copy NCAE Result


  • Certificate of Transfer Credentials (CTC) or Honorable Dismissal (HD)
  • Informative copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) for Evaluation purposes
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • NSO Authenticated Birth Certificate
  • Health Examination Result certified by a government physician

Program Chairpersons

Mr. Jerry A. Madrid Bachelor of Automotive Engineering Technology (BAET) and (BIndTech- Automotive Technology)
Dr. Jerlou B. Sal Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Technology (BEET) and BIndTech – Electrical Technology
Dr. Michael P. Yujoco Bachelor of Electronics Engineering Technology (BEXET) and BIndTech – Electronics Technology


Dr. Rene C. Tan
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Technology (BMET) and BIndTech – MT/RACT & WAFT

Dr. Rene A. Nala
BIndTech – Architectural Drafting

Dr. Randy O. Descarten
Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management (BSHM)

Ms. Stephinejane E. Musico
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM)