To produce graduates who are dynamically responsive global engineers and technologists for the glory of God.
Facilitate and produce globally competent and responsive God-fearing engineers and technologists
GENERAL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
1. Offers engineering and technological curricula which are responsive to the needs of the time
2. Produces highly recognized and respected engineers and technologists who are equipped expert in their fields for sustainable employment and entrepreneurial gains with Christian Values
3. Embarks and operationalizes relevant and productive researches for progress and development
4. Delivers empowering community service using available resources that facilitates the sustainable and dignified living to community partners
5. Creates and maintains committed, progressive ad spiritually steadfast personnel essential in the realization of institutional aims as embodied in the University Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives
College of Engineering and Technology - History
For the College of Engineering and Technology, 1978 was a year to reckon with for it marked the birth of the Institute of Engineering and Technology as the collegiate department started to operate within the Evangelical College Building in Diliman, Quezon City. The initial courses offered included BS CE, BS ECE, BS EE, BS MIE and BS ME. Engineer Arsenio Luna was tapped to serve as its first dean and was primarily tasked to guide the institute's operation during its formative years.
In 1986, the movement from the Evangelical College building to the new building located in St. Joseph St., Milton Hills Subd., Diliman, QC also brought forth a change in leadership for the institute. A few months after, Bro. Edmario M. Reyes was designated as the acting dean during the interim period when Engr. Arsenio Luna left for the United States. It also marked the change of the BSMIE program to BSIE.
The institute started to really shine during the term of Bro. Edmario M. Reyes as dean whose term covered the period 1988-1998. Under his leadership, the Institute gradually prospered and it was during this period that the concept of an engineering exhibit was born. With the help of Bro. Marco Erano V. Manalo, the Institute held the first WAVES exhibit and was followed by WAVES II exhibit. After these initial undertakings, the Institute was able to hold Engineering exhibits on a regular basis.
The first sweet success of the legacy left by his predecessors allowed the institute to have a board placer who took the 8th slot on the April 1988 licensure exam. The initial success brought by Engr. Paderanga was followed by Engr. Abraham C. Ignacio who placed 4th on the same licensure exam in 1989. Engr. David D. Parial was able to land on the 17th place for the ME board exam. A year after, Engr. Alfred Norman C. Coronel was able to obtain the 6th place for the Nov. 1991 ECE board exam. In Nov. of 1993 and April of 1994, the ECE had its sweetest moment thus far, for consecutively, Engr. Anthony N. Sanding and Engr. Ronie Padua took the 2nd slot for ECE board exam while Engr. Arnel Delgadillo landing on 15th place during the April exam. November of the same year, Engr. Randy A. Velasco was able to obtain another 6th place for the ECE board exam.
Not to be outdone, the Civil Engineering department produced the Institute's highest number of Topnotchers in a board exam when three of their graduates, Engr. Lamberto V. Sabado, Engr. Melchizedek E. Manalo and Engr. Ramel Valoroso placed 9th, 15th, and 17th, respectively, in the CE board exam of May 1993.
It was also during this time that the institute of Engineering and Technology started to shine in interschool/ university engineering competitions as evidenced by the numerous medals and trophies brought home by participants fielded in these activities.
The transition of the NEW ERA COLLEGE to NEW ERA UNIVERSITY in 1995 entailed a change of the Institute of Engineering and Technology to the College of Engineering and Technology. It was a time of euphoria and great expectations for the newly acquired status. New policies and strategies were developed to better serve the student population. An ME graduate, Engr. Noel S. Barcelona was able to capture the 8th place in the Oct. 1995 exam. Roger D. Perfecto placed 5th on the Registered Master Electrician on October 1996.
With the University's commitment to reach a higher level of excellence, the CET embarked on a long range plan to attain the highest level of accreditation and the ground work was laid under the leadership of Bro. Albert Cruz as dean during 2001-2003. With the administration's full support together with the Engineering faculty and staff, the CET was awarded LEVEL I accreditation status.
The drive to pursue such a commitment was further enhanced during the term of Brother Elmer M. Mujar with the formal accreditation of the CE, ME, and IE programs for LEVEL II was granted by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities' Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) as well as the recognition by the Commission on Higher Education of the CS program being offered by the College. The formation of a strategic partnership between NEU CET and SMART communications was also forged during his incumbency.
Formal accreditation of the CE, ME, and IE programs for LEVEL II was achieved from Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities' Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) during this time as well as the recognition of the CS program being offered by the Commission on Higher Education.
A young blood took over the helm on the stewardship of the college in 2006. Engr. Ariel A. Aral was appointed as the youngest serving dean of the University. A man with a dynamic and a charismatic personality, he immediately consolidated the achievements made by his predecessors to better streamline the Colleges operation.
Just a short time after he started his stint as the dean, the NEU-CET was among the first and pioneering institution in the NCR to be awarded a certificate of recognition by the CHED and TESDA to offer ladderized courses integrated to five of its existing engineering programs.