BS Industrial Engineering
The BS in Industrial Engineering combines technical and business acumen. By completing this program, students can also gain a solid understanding of the business aspect. This course includes lessons in logistics, supply chain management, and analytics. This also makes a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering an ideal foundation for an MBA in supply chain management, marketing, or finance, which complement the technical aspects of IE.
Why choose our Engineering Program?
1. International Practicum Opportunities
Our engineering student- interns can live an exciting life. With our international practicum opportunities, our students can get to experience the life of an international intern.
2. Well-equipped engineering laboratory
Our engineering programs emphasize the significance of exposing students to our well-equipped engineering laboratories and actual engineering environment, under the guidance of our faculty who are skilled engineers by profession. These provide our students with the necessary relevant competencies and solid foundational skills for their chosen field.Competent faculty members who are also experts in the engineering field
3. Vibrant student life
Through their classes, activities, and organizations, our engineering students are fully engaged in the SACLI community. Our engineering students have a vibrant campus life, with everything from student services to course electives to networking events.
What Alumni are Saying?
“SACLI shaped me into the person I am today.” Do you know that I studied in St. Anne from the fourth grade until I finished as an Industrial Engineer? It has already become my second home. SACLI assisted me in developing my personality and capabilities. I want to thank all of the teachers at SACLI who trained and prepared us well during our school days, especially Engr. Lynnevel Amparo, our mentor who also became our second mother.”
“My personal experience at St. Anne College Lucena, Inc. fueled my desire and interest in the engineering field.” I used to imagine what my first semester would be like, just like any other normal college student, because I was once afraid of this school due to the misconception that engineering courses are difficult. I assumed it would be simple, but I realized that I wouldn’t fully comprehend what college was like until I had gone through it myself. It was difficult, and it put my ability to meet new challenges to the test. Until now, whenever I think back on my college days, it takes some time for it to settle in that I am now working as an engineer.”