UNP CTECH

The College of Technology is the first academic unit of the University, tracing its roots in the establishment of the Vigan High School in 1906 and the Ilocos Sur School of Arts and Trades. In 1970, Board Resolution No. 286 declared the offering of Electronics as a shop course in Industrial Education.

Through Board Resolution No. 298 s. 1970, the two-year Technical curriculum of the Bureau of Vocational Education was adopted with specialized course offerings in Automotive Mechanics, Electricity, and Building Construction with plumbing as a block. In 1974, Board Resolution No. 803 changed the two-year Technical curriculum to the two-year Technical Course curriculum. In 1980, the Institute of Sub-Professional Education and Cottage Industries Division (ISPECID) was created, placing all non-degree courses under its supervision. ISPECID offered the following programs; Midwifery, Medical Secretarial Science, Secretarial Science, Architectural Drafting. Commercial Arts, two-year Trade Technical Education (Automotive, Electrical and Electronics Technology), and one-year Special Courses (Auto-mechanics, Practical Electricity, and Refrigeration & Air Conditioning).

ISPECID was later converted into the Institute of Technical Education and Cottage Industries Division, offering three programs, namely: Technical Education, Midwifery, and Secretarial. Subsequently, Board Resolution No. 67 s. 1988 renamed ITECID to the Institute of Technical Education (ITE). Midwifery, Secretarial Sciences, Architectural Drafting, and Commercial Arts were transferred to the College of Nursing, College of Business Administration and Accountancy, and Institute of Architecture and Fine Arts. Technical programs were retained in ITE.

In 1995, Board Resolution No. 96 s. 1995 approved the offering of the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (ladder-type curriculum). In 2006, the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) was renamed College of Technology pursuant to UNP Memorandum Circular No. 01, s. 2006 converting all institutes into colleges. In 2007, the BSIT program was certified as a Ladderized Education Program (LEP) by the Commission of Higher Education (CHED) under the provisions of Executive Order 358.

The College of Technology prepares students today for tomorrow’s workforce, developing in them well-rounded education including critical thinking and problem-solving, collaboration across networks and leading by influence, agility and adaptability, initiative and entrepreneurialism, effective oral and written communication skills, curiosity, and imagination.

For the College of Technology, these 21st century skills are more important to students now than ever before. Hence, it continuously develops students’ skills to prepare them for the industry. In so doing, the College not provides a framework for successful learning in the classroom but also ensure that students can thrive in a world where change is constant and learning never stops

Goal

To prepare globally competent technicians who are sensible and imbued with the ideals and morals of a Filipino.

The College aims to produce technicians who are:

  1. Equipped with concepts, technical and leadership skills;
  2. Capable of conducting relevant researches aimed at improving lives;
  3. Able to undertake research-based extension activities aimed at improving the quality of instruction at different levels; and
  4. Self-reliant.

Objectives

  1. develop the right attitude, knowledge and integrity, capable to work as technicians;
  2. be capable of becoming managers in their field of specialization;
  3. be capable of conducting technological researches for the benefit of mankind;
  4. develop skills to train younger generation of their profession
  5. uphold and promoted the honor and dignity of the university through honesty
  6. accomplish research and extension activities to improve teaching and learning situation;
  7. develop desirable ideals, values and attitudes to enhance personal discipline;
  8. develop professionals who are models of moral character;
  9. develop and exercise critical thinking; and
  10. promote aesthetic and cultural values.

One-Year Special Course, with specialization in:

  1. Automotive Technology,
  2. Electrical Technology,
  3. Electronics Technology,
  4. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, or
  5. Ceramics

 Two-Year Technical Course, with specialization in:

  1. Automotive Technology,
  2. Electrical Technology, or
  3. Electronics Technology

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (Accredited Level III), with specialization in:

  1. Automotive Technology
  2. Electrical Technology
  3. Electronics Technology

ABALOS, Elmer V.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)                                      

ALBALOS, Julius Moises S.
Assistant Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts, Doctor of Education (University of Northern Philippines)         

AMANO, George Michael C.
Instructor
B in Industrial Technology (Mariano Marcos Memorial State University)

AQUINO, Edgar Q.
Assistant Professor
BS in Architecture (University of Northern Philippines)

ARCONADO, Stanley N.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)

ARQUINES, Jericho
Instructor
BS in Mechanical Engineering (University of the Philippines); BS in Computer Engineering (STI College, Quezon City)

ARTATES, Rolando S.
Associate Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

BAJET, Nelson A.
Associate Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

BALALLO, Alwyn T.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)

BALALLO, Elvin A.
Assistant Professor III
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

BAJET, Manuel Jr. A.

Professor and Dean
BS in Industrial Technology, MA in Teaching Practical Arts, Doctor of Education (University of Northern Philippines)

CABALDON, Joselito Q.
Instructor
BS in Architecture (FEATI University); MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

CAJINDOS, Jayson R.
Assistant Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

DACANAY, Roderick Ian T.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

DELOS SANTOS, Shela May T.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)

DE VERA, Allen Magdaleno A.
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean
BS in Education (Divine Word College of Vigan); MA in Education (University of Northern Philippines)

GARCIA, Jesus C.
Associate Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)
                                                                
GUILLERMO, Allan Q.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines); PhD in Technological Education Management (Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University)                           

LAZO, Emson A.

Instructor  
BS in Criminology, BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines); MA in Technological Education (Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University)                          

LAZO, Ludwig Wittgenstein B.
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)

LLANES, Trinivic F.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Education (University of Northern Philippines)

PALMA, Vincent Genaro A.
Assistant Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)              

PANGASINAN, Franklin T.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Education (University of Northern Philippines)                                                             

PESCADOR, Joe Andrew P.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

RACOMA, Ryan A.
Instructor            
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

REAL, Karlo R.
Assistant Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

REQUILMAN, Mark Anthony R.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)                                         

ROSARIO, June D
.

Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)

SERNA, Robert Jr. M.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)

TABBUAC, Orlino T.
Associate Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

TABUSO, Warmie R.,
Instructor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)

TEODOSO, Harison P.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines); MA in Technological Education (Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University)

TOLENTINO, Oswald T.
Assistant Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines)
            
TOTAAN, Joselito A.
Assistant Professor
BS in Electronics and Communications Engineering (Saint Louis University);
MA in Technological Education (Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University)                                                                

TUGAS, Bhernie Jay T.
Instructor
BS in Industrial Technology (University of Northern Philippines)

VENTURA, Carlo L.
Assistant Professor
BS in Industrial Education, MA in Teaching Practical Arts (University of Northern Philippines); PhD Technological Education Management (Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University)

Contact Us

Office: Diego Silang Hall, University of Northern Philippines

          Tamag, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur

Please address all letters to:

Dr. Manuel A. Bajet Jr.
Dean, College of Technology
University of Northern Philippines
Tamag, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
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