Benguet State University

College of Engineering and Applied Technology

           The College of Engineering and Applied Technology started as a Department under the College of  Agriculture and was elevated into a college in 1985 in response to the growing demand for competent professional Agricultural Engineers to cater to the needs of agriculture and industry in the country. It has 11 full-time faculty members, two administrative staff, and a number of support staff for research and extension and occupies a three-storey building with laboratory facilities that meet the minimum standards of the Technical Panel for Agriculture Education (TPAE); adequate workshops are also provided to its automotive technology students; an adjacent 3000 sq m farm lot is also in place for instruction, research, and demonstration purposes. The Agricultural Engineering program is Level III-accredited by the AACCUP, Inc. and is also compliant of CHED RQAT requirements. It has three departments: Agricultural Engineering, Engineering Sciences, and Applied Technology. The succession in leadership started with Engr. Adriano B. Aromin (1985-1987; 1988-1992); Engr. Milagros M. Bibal (1987-1988); Engr. John F. Malamug (1992-1998); Engr. Genaro W. Macasieb, Jr. (1998-2005); Engr. Alfredo T. Teofilo (2005-2007); Engr. Edgar M. Molintas (2007 - 2011); and Engr. Editha D. Carlos (2011 – present)