In consonance with the institutional mission statement of the College, the Engineering and Computer Study Programs aim to train students to have an integrated knowledge of the theory and applications of the engineering and computer science in order to serve the diverse needs of the industry. Likewise, the programs aim to give the aspiring students a solid foundation in basic engineering sciences, physical sciences, programming languages and mathematics. We further seek to prepare the students for service and leadership in the technological and industrial field.
In June 2004, FBC opened several programs. BS in Electronics and Communications Engineering, BS in Civil Engineering and BS in Computer Science were among the new programs offered by the college. Prior to the opening of these programs, Short – term courses were also offered such as 1 year PC Operations NC II and 2-year Programming NC IV were already being offered by the College.
Among the first faculty members of the College were Engr. Jonathan M. Cansino who became the first Dean of the College, Engr. Joenard Urbanozo, Engr. Jennee Faith Joy Yunque and Ms. Rhea Soriano. In 2005, the engineering department was established. It was called CECS (College of Engineering and Computer Science)
In June 2006, additional program offering was opened, which was the BS in Computer Engineering.
In March 2008, Fellowship Baptist College produced its first batch of BSCS graduates. Some of these graduates later became College Instructors of FBC and some were employed in offices and establishments in and out of Kabankalan City.
A laddered program of the BS Computer Science started in June 2008. PC Operations NC II and Programming NC IV were lumped and integrated into the BSCS program, increasing the number of hours for competency-based subjects.
The Lord is indeed faithful. He continues to manifest His goodness to the College. In March 2009 FBC produced its first Batch of BSECE and BSCE graduates. And in the same year, produced the first batch of engineers! They were: Engr. Jess Cantular, Engr. Nhoela Jane Arcedas and Engineer Michael Bocol.
In March 2011, the first batch of BS Computer Engineering graduates was produced.
The school is consistent in its passion of educating the hearts and minds of the community. So, In June 2011, FBC again opened another program which is the BS in Information Technology. With this, CECS stands for College of Engineering and Computer Studies.
The College will continue in its passion of shaping lives of students to be locally and globally competitive.
Five-Year Degree Programs
Four-Year Degree Programs
The vision is to become preeminent in producing competent Engineers and Computer Scientist in Southern Negros.
The mission of the College of Engineering and Computer Studies is to train students to have an integrated knowledge of the theory and application of Engineering and Computer Science in order to serve the diverse needs of the industry.
Engr. Jennee Faith Joy Resano, ME
Engr. Harris Vaughn Batayen, ME
Program Head, ECE
Engr. Karen Banas, ME
Progam Head, CE
Mrs. Rhea Calvo, MSCS
Program Head Computer Science
Engr. Japeth Peloton, ME
Engr. Shebert Pactol
Engr. Giel Rex Besas
Engr. Jessie Gersaniva
Engr. Janyl Nicart
Mr. Robert Luis Perez
Engr. Eric Einosas