Your Seamless Pathway to Success
Are you fascinated with building and fixing things? Do you consider yourself as practical and logical? Do you find technology, machines, or computer interesting? If you answered yes to some of these questions, then a career in Engineering Technology might just be right for you.
Diploma in Engineering Technology
Our Diploma in Engineering Technology (DIET) is the first of its kind in the country offering a new career-pathing for aspiring technologists, technopreneurs, and those seeking future careers in engineering.
Our DIET program will equip you with specialist skills which are highly valued by our industry partners and let you experience the unique four-fold blend of CITE education – character formation, excellent intervention programs, technology-driven curriculum¬, and industry exposure all combined to give you a head start!
Unlike other courses, DIET provides a seamless pathway for grade 12 graduates and college undergraduates towards earning a diploma and Bachelor’s Degree in Entrepreneurship or Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Training at a fraction of the cost and time through a scholarship program for a quicker leap into the workforce.
A student may opt to choose any of these four streams or disciplines under our DIET program:
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology
Take your engineering skills to a whole new level and prepare for increased responsibility in the field of maintenance, manufacture, and design of mechanical equipment and systems, and equip yourself with computer numerical control (CNC) programming and computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) techniques.
Qualification: NC II in Machining
Career Opportunities: Manufacturing Engineering, Production Engineering, Maintenance
Quality Control, Design, Technical Supervision
Diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology
Get your foot in the door of opportunities for positions related to design, development, and operation of a wide variety of test equipment, electronic and communication systems, and industrial process control systems.
Qualification: NC II in Electronic Products and Assembly Servicing
Career Opportunities: Telecommunication, Engineering Management, Test Engineering, Production Engineering, Technical Supervision
Diploma in Electrical Engineering Technology
Further your knowledge in electricity applications and gain 21st century skills related to the design, development and analysis of electrical circuit and electro-mechanic components.
Qualification: NC II in Mechatronics
Career Opportunities: Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation, Production Engineering, Electrical Maintenance, Technical Supervision
Diploma in Computer Engineering Technology
Expand your interests into a rewarding career with leading-edge skills and knowledge in software development, high-level programming, multimedia design and animation, networking hardware and computer hardware architecture that puts you in the frontier of the fastest rising segment of industry.
Qualification: NC II in Computer Systems Servicing
Career Opportunities: Software Development, Network and Computer Systems Administration, Multimedia Creation
Engineering Technology Pathways
We have paved the way to make it easier for you to understand the relevance and practicality of choosing a diploma program (Level 5 on the Philippine Qualifications Framework) that culminates in a degree course within reasonable school years.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. What is an engineering technologist?
An engineering technologist is a specialist devoted to the implementation of existing technology within a field of engineering. Technologists often work with engineers in a wide variety of projects by applying basic engineering principles and technical skills. (Sidney Accord, 2001)
2. How does an engineering technologist differ from an engineer?
The work of engineering technologists focuses on the applied and practical application of engineering principles, whereas the work of engineers emphasizes the theoretical aspects of mathematical, scientific, and engineering principles. (National Society of Professional Engineers)
3. Is Diploma in Engineering Technology right for me?
Decision about pursuing a diploma may not be easy. What you can do to figure out is to visit our campus to get a feel of our school or ask our graduates about their experiences.
4. How many years will I be able to finish the Diploma in Engineering Technology?
You can finish our program in 3 years with the use of Dual Training System modality.
5. How do I qualify?
• The applicant must be male Filipino with age not more than 25 years old
• You must be any of the following:
o Grade 12 graduate
o College undergraduate
• Grades in Math, Physics and English are at least 80% in the last grading period
• Physically and mentally fit
• Should pass the entrance examination, applicant and parents interview, Special Orientation Program (3 days), and physical and medical examination
6. What are the requirements?
• 4 pcs 1×1 ID picture (blue background)
• Original & 4 photocopies of High School Card/Transcript of Records
• 4 pcs photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
• Original & 4 photocopies of Good Moral Certificate
• Original & 4 photocopies of NCAE Result (if applicable)
• Original & 4 photocopies of Parent’s Latest Income Tax Return or BIR Tax Exemption Certificate
• Form 138 (HS card) or Form 137
• one long brown envelope