**** Registration Bulletin for First Semester AY 2019-2020 here.
For transferees (from outside the UP system) who want to take the Math 21 validation exam, please contact Dr. Dennis Leyson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to inquire about the schedule.
As per advise from the College Secretary, undergraduate students are strongly discouraged to take graduate-level courses. Students are advised to take undergraduate-level electives instead (EE/ECE/COE 1xx numbered).
**** Registration Notes for Second Semester AY 2019-2020:
A student is considered OVERLOAD and will need to process the overload permit if:
* enlisted in more than 18 lecture units (regardless of lab units), OR
* enlisted in more than 21 units total lec + lab
A student must be in good scholastic standing in order to be allowed to overload
2. EE/ECE/COE 197 crediting
A student may take for credit a maximum of 6 units only per 197 course. For instance, a student may take two COE 197 and one ECE 197 for credit. However, if a student takes three COE 197 courses only the first two COE 197 courses will be credited.
3. GE domain tagging
When the General Educaiton framework was revised effective AY18-19, CRS has stopped tagging domains of GE courses. For students in the RGEP curriculum (5-year program) please check OUR MEMO on domain assignment of GE courses under the Diliman-21 GE Framework to determine if you have satisfied your GE requirements. Taking more than the required number of GE courses per domain is also highly discouraged as slots in GE courses are limited.
University Council (UC)-Approved 4-Year Curriculum effective AY 1819 (applicable to incoming Freshmen, Continuing Students with Student No. 2018-XXXXX, Second-Degree students, Transferees, and Shiftees from outside EEEI only)
- BS Computer Engineering (checklist and flowchart)
- BS Electronics Engineering (checklist and flowchart)
- BS Electrical Engineering (checklist and flowchart)
Five-year Curriculum (applicable to Other Continuing Students admitted to their degree program before AY1819)
- BS Computer Engineering
- BS Electrical Engineering
- BS Electronics and Communications Engineering
- Please note that the definition of senior standing for the three programs are as follows:
- must have taken EEE 51, EEE 101, EEE 105, and EEE 107 (for BS CoE and BS ECE)
- must have taken EEE 103 and any 3 of the following: EEE 53, EEE 101, EEE 105 and EEE 107 (for BS EE)
- Advising List for Second Semester AY 2019-2020
- Faculty Advisers Directory
- College of Engineering Forms
- List of General Education subjects
- Academic Calendar for AY 2019-2020
- List of EEE Electives for First Semester AY 2019-2020
- If you still do not have a EEE account, you may request for an account here: https://tinyurl.com/EEEAccount
Note that the photo that you upload in the google form for requesting an EEE account should have the following specifications:
· Size: 2"x2" or passport size
· Recent (within the last 6 months)
· Formal / not selfie / no other people in photo
· Must have white background
· Face is centered and front-facing
· Avoid using a camera phone to take a picture of a hard copy photo since the result becomes grainy
After completing the form, you need to authenticate your photo submission at the EEE admin office. Look for Iris Garin for this.
- Form 5A printing is now optional. Please contact your registration advisers for pre-advising and post-advising in CRS.
- There is no more validation step. After you have enlisted in all your subjects, click on the "Lock Enlistment" button (see figure below) and inform your adviser that you are ready for post-advising.
- If your registration adviser is not in EEE, send him/her an email. Do not approach other advisers unless you are instructed by your registration adviser to do so.
- If you have already been post-advised and would like to make changes to your enlisted classes, proceed to Rm 220 to have your account unlocked. Unlocking of enlistment means that you have to go through post-advising again. If you already have your Form 5, you need to go through the Change of Matriculation process to make any changes to your enlisted classes.
- Enlistment guidelines from the UP Institute of Mathematics:
- Enlistment of undergraduate math subjects for all students is through the waitlist module of the CRS.
- There will be no teachers' prerog.
- Granting of slots to waitlisted students will be done during the time periods 11:00-13:00 and 16:00-18:00 of each day.
- Waitlists will be reset at 18:00 of each day.
- Students may use computers (subject to availability) at MB 120 to log-on to their CRS accounts.
- Cancellation of math subjects is at MB 120.
- Only minors and PWDs will be allowed to be accompanied by parents, guardians, and chaperones in all transactions.
- Enlistment guidelines from Department of Speech Communication and Theatre Arts
- ALL Speech Communication classes will use the waitlist module for pre-enlistment.
- Waitlist module will open at 8am-12nn; results at 1:00pm.
- Waitlist module will open at 1:30-4pm; results at 4:30pm.
- All freshmen and graduating students (students with less than 42 units remaining) are required to undergo pre-advising. You must either approach your adviser personally or send an email to your adviser to let him/her know that you require to be pre-advised in CRS. Once you have been pre-advised online, you can then continue with enlistment.
- For all other continuing students, pre-advising is optional. If you do not choose to be pre-advised but is enlisting in a class that requires a pre-advised CRS account, you should contact your registration adviser.
- All students are required to undergo post-advising after enlisting in all their classes. You may either approach your adviser personally or send him/her an email for this step. If you are self-advising, make sure that you enlist in classes that are in your curriculum and in classes with satisfied prerequisites. You will be asked by your adviser to cancel any classes that are not part of the curriculum or with prerequisites that you still have not satisfied. To do this, you wil be instructed to unlock your account, enlist in the correct set of classes, and come back for post-advising.
- If you want to enrol in more than 18 lecture units or more than 21 units (including laboratory units), you need to accomplish a permit to overload form. To be allowed to overload, you must have passed all your subjects in the previous semester and you must have a valid reason for overloading. The form must be approved by the Dean before you undergo post-advising.
- If you are enlisting in less than 15 units, you will be automatically disqualified from running for honors unless it is your semester of graduation and you have no more remaining units. Underloading is strongly discouraged as it has implications in satisfying the 24-unit rule. In certain cases, underloading can be justified. To justify underloading, the submission of pertinent documents within the semester of underloading to the Office of the University Registrar through the Office of the College Secretary is required as follows:
- for health reasons - medical certification to be confirmed by the University Health Service
- for unavailability of subjects - certification by the scheduler to be noted by the adviser and copy of schedule of classes
- for employment - copy of payroll and appointment papers indicating, among others, the duration of employment
- If you have violated any of the EEE retention rules listed below, you will be permanently dismissed from any EEE undergraduate program. For purposes of these retention rules, a ‘grade other than a passing grade’ includes the following: a 5.00, an unremoved 4.00, an unremoved ‘INC’, or a ‘DRP’ recorded at the end of the semester or semesters under evaluation. To be able to continue in the program, you must appeal for readmission by accomplishing the College readmission form.
- incurs a grade other than a passing grade twice in any of these mathematics courses: (Math 17, Math 53, Math 54, Math 55)
- accumulates three or more grades other than passing grades in any combination of these mathematics courses (Math 17, Math 53, Math 54, Math 55)
- incurs a grade other than a passing grade twice in any of these basic EEE courses (EEE 23, EEE 31, EEE 33, EEE 35, EEE 41)
- accumulates three or more grades other than passing grades in any combination of these basic EEE courses (EEE 23, EEE 31, EEE 33, EEE 35, EEE 41)
- For the GE subjects that you need to take, please take note of the following for those following the 5-year program:
- 13 courses (total of 39 units) are required under RGEP
- Art and Humanities (AH) - 5 courses
- Social Sciences and Philosophy (SSP) - 5 courses
- Math, Science, and Technology (MST) - 3 courses
- Philippine Studies (PS) - 2 courses creditable from aby courses taken in AH, SSP, or MST
- List of RGEP subjects can be found here.
- In the Arts and Humanities domain, a minimum of nine (9) units of communication courses in English are required (these can be any of the ff: Eng 1, Eng 10, Eng 11, Eng 12, Eng 30, CW 10, and Comm 3)
- Math 1 and Math 2 are not allowed for EEE students with student numbers older than 2012-XXXXX.
- The College of Science highly discourages students to enrol in both Bio 1 ot Geol 1 if the student has finished Nat Sci 2 and vice versa.
- Students with student number 2012 and younger are required to take English 10, Comm 3 (in English), Fil 40, Kas 1, Philo 1, and STS.
- As per memo from the OVCAA, please be guided by the following related to enlistment of GE courses for AY 2018-2019:
- Incoming freshmen shall take or enlist in GE courses, whether reconfigured or newly instituted under the Diliman-21 GE Framework.
- Continuing students (with Student Nos. 2017 or older) may take or enlist in GE courses, whether reconfigured or newly instituted under the Diliman-21 GE Framework, subject to availability of slots. (See OVCAA MEMO 20-025 for domain assignment of GE courses under the Diliman-21 GE Framework)
- Newly admitted shiftees/ transferees may take or enlist in GE courses, whether reconfigured or newly instituted under the Diliman-21 GE Framework, subject to availability of slots.
- Continuing students and newly admitted shiftees/ transferees shall apply the GE subjects taken earlier for substitution or crediting as soon as possible.
- Continuing students and newly admitted shiftees/ transferees can take the newly instituted GE courses in lieu of old required/ hybrid GE courses. For instance, Eng 13 can be substituted for Eng 10, Speech 30 for Comm 3 and Math 10 for Math 1.
- For continuing students and newly admitted shiftees/ transferees, for purposes of satisfying domain-specific requirements, reconfigured GE courses will still be classified under domains per classification presented when UPD approved the 21 GE courses.
- Students enrolled in certificate programs are not required to comply with the GE Math requirement.
- 13 courses (total of 39 units) are required under RGEP
- NSTP is required for all students, both male and female.
- Each student is required to take 3-unit courses for 2 semesters (6 units total)
- Except for ROTC, students may only take these courses after their first year.
- The following are the components of the program:
- Military Training Service (MTS)
- Civic Welfare Training Services (CWTS)
- Literacy Training Services (LTS)
- For strict compliance, students must take NSTP 1 and 2 from the same component. For example, if a student has taken ROTC or MS 1, he should take MS 2. If a student has taken LTS 1, he should take LTS 2. If a student has taken CWTS 1, he should take CWTS 2.
- Both 3-unit courses must be from the same component of the program and from the same department (e.g. if the student took CWTS 1 in EEE, he/she must take CWTS 2 in EEE)
- Engineering students are strongly encouraged to take CWTS from the College of Engineering
- If the student is a transferee and has taken NSTP 1 in his/her previous university, the student must write a letter of appeal to the CSAPG requesting for the previously taken NSTP 1 to be credited. This must be processed as soon as possible and can take any NSTP 2 course in UP Diliman.
- Students are required to be in residency one year prior to graduation. For example, if the remaining subjects of a student are offered only during the second semester, the student must enrol in residency during the first semester to satisfy the 1-year residency rule. If for some reason, the student has to go on LOA at any time during the last year prior to graduation, the student must write an appeal to the CSAPG to waive the 1-year residency rule as soon as possible.
- Students graduating with honors are required to be in residency two years prior to graduation. If for some reason, the student has to go on LOA at any time during the last two years prior to graduation, the student must write an appeal to the CSAPG to waive the 2-year residency rule as soon as possible.
- Some guidelines on electives:
- EE 14x or EE 15x (except EE 157) electives are allowed for ECE and CoE students. An undergraduate student can only take a maximum of 6 units per 197 course. For instance, a student may take two COE 197 and one ECE 197 for credit. However, if a student takes three COE 197 courses only the first two COE 197 courses will be credited.
- For BS EE students, ECE and CoE courses are allowed as EE electives.
- Students who wish to take a language elective as their free elective must finish two consecutive courses of the same language course (e.g. French 10 and 11) for the elective to be credited.
- RGEP subjects cannot be credited as free electives.
- EEE subjects can be credited as free electives.
- Some guidelines in enrolling in subjects outside the curriculum
- For enrichment purposes
- Student must be in good academic standing and up-to-date with the requirements of his/her curriculum
- Student may enrol in 1 or 2 courses outside his/her curriculum per semester as long as the total load does not result in overload for that semester
- Student should write a letter indicating reason for taking a particular subject outside of the curriculum, then get endorsement from the registration adviser and approval from the institute director
- Student must be aware of the consequences of enrolling in courses outside the curriculum, like added burden on academic load and possible delay in graduation
- For shifting purposes
- Student must indicate intention to shift in a letter addressed to the institute director and noted by the registration adviser
- The student must shift within one year, subject to compliance with the admission requirements of the admitting unit
- If the student cannot shift within one year, for whatever reason, he/she shall follow the curriculum of the original degree program
- The student must be aware of the consequences of enrolling in courses outside the curriculum, like added burden on academic load and possible delay in graduation
- For enrichment purposes
- Students who are in good standing and intending to shift to another course outside the college should submit a letter of intent and fill out an application form for VSO. The letter must be noted by both your registration adviser and the EEEI director. Once the VSO status is granted, you will be under the advisement of the College Secretary (Dr. Jhoanna Pedrasa) and/or the Assoc. Dean for Student Affairs (Dr. Rhandley Cajote).
- The VSO status is valid for one academic year only, during which a student is given the opportunity to enrol in subjects outside the curriculum of his/her current program and shift/transfer to another college.
- If the student fails to transfer to another program, he/she will return back to being a regular student under his/her current program and will be subject again to the restrictions of its curriculum. Extension of VSO status for students under the College Sec/ADSA is subject to the endorsement of the institute director. Also, the student must enrol in at least fifteen (15) credit units per semester to qualify for an extension.
- If the extension of VSO status is not approved, the student may opt to transfer to Non-Major status or transfer to another university.
- VSO students under the College Sec/ADSA must always present their contract (Transfer to Voluntary Shifting Out Status) to their adviser for pre-advising.
- Waiver of prequisites is only applicable if the student has fully attended the prerequisite course in past semesters. Note that the institute rarely allows waiving of prerequisites.
- Students who are intending to shift to another Engineering course should accomplish this form.