Polytechnic University of the Philippines Taguig

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Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Taguig Branch
Politeknikong Unibersidad ng Pilipinas sa Taguig
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Seal
Motto Tanglaw ng Bayan
Motto in English
Light of the Nation
Type State
Established 1992
President Dr. Emanuel de Guzman, Ph.D.
Vice-president Executive
Victoria C. Naval, DEM
Academic Affairs
Samuel M. Salvador, Ed.D
Administration
Estelita Wi Dela Rosa, LL. B.
Finance
Marissa J. Legaspi, CPA
Student Services
Juan C. Birion, DPA
Research, Extension and Development
Manuel M. Muhi, D.Tech.
Branches and Campuses
Joseph Mercado, DEM, D CRIM/Ph.D.
Director Dr. Marissa B. Ferrer
Academic staff
100+[citation needed]
Administrative staff
50+[citation needed]
Students
  • 68,896[1] Estimated total including all the campuses
Location Taguig, Philippines Philippines
Campus
  • Urban
  • 25 acres (0.1 km2)
Colors
  Maroon and Gold
Sports Badminton, Basketball, Chess, and Volleyball
Nickname Taguig Titans
Mascot Titan
Affiliations SCUAA, ASAIHL, AACCUP, IAU
Website www.puptaguig.net
Logo of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines
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The Polytechnic University of the Philippines Taguig (PUPT) is a satellite campus of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines located at Taguig, Philippines and was established on 1992. The site in which the campus sits was reserved exclusively for the use and disposition of the university through the proclamation of President Ferdinand Marcos on 1967.[2]

Campus[edit]

The 10-hectare campus of PUP Taguig is located at Lower Bicutan, Taguig. The site was reserved in 1967 through a Presidential Declaration, although development for the campus started in the 1990s, almost 30 years since the Presidential Declaration. Among the buildings and structures inside the campus are: the Marichu Rodriguez Tiñga Building, otherwise known as Building A; the Cayetano Building, which houses the IT Center and the school's auditorium; the Students Center, otherwise known as Building B is where the offices of accredited organizations are located. The school's library and chemistry laboratory are also located within this building; the school's gymnasium; and the interfaith chapel. Other development in the campus includes the Zonta Park, the main and primary park and recreation area of the school.

Courses[edit]

College of Accountancy (COA)

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA)

College of Engineering (COE)

  • Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BSEE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

College of Computer and Information Sciences (CCIS)

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)

College of Business (CB)

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Development Management (BSBA-HRDM)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management (BSBA-MM)
  • Bachelor of Science in Office Administration Major in Legal Transcription(BSOA-LT)

College of Science (CS)

  • Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics Major in Actuarial Mathematics (BSAM)

College of Education (COED)

  • Bachelor in Secondary Education Major in English (BSEd-English)

College of Technology (COT)

  • Diploma in Office Management Technology with Specialization in Legal Office Management (DOMT-LOM)
  • Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology (DMET)
  • Diploma in Information Communication Technology (DICT)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Atom Araullo (September 20, 2011). "PUP students, faculty walk out of class vs budget cuts". ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs. Retrieved July 28, 2012. 
  2. ^ "History (1952-1971)". Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Retrieved July 30, 2012. 

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