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College Goals

The College of Resource Engineering Automation and Mechanization (CREAM) was created following the conversion of Pampanga Agricultural College into Pampanga State Agricultural Univeristy (PSAU) on January 13, 2015. By virtue of Board Resolution No. 26-2015, the Institution of Engineering and Computer Studies (IECS) was renamed to College of Resource Engineering Automation and Mechanization (CREAM).

Three relatively large departments contitute the College, formost of which is the Department of Resource Engineering and Agricultural Mechanization which originally started back in 1984 by virtue of Board Resolution No. 84-164. This department was created in response to the increasing demand for competent agricultural engineers. Then came the Department of Computer Studies and Automation(DCSA), which started as a collaboration endevour of the then PAC with ACE Computer Institute in 2001 as per Board Resolution No. 01-27. After six years of operation under the ACE Computer Institute, the managment of DCST was turned over to PAC upon the termination of their contract. And in response to the global competitiveness in the field of engineering, another program was established on March 22, 2013, with the offering of Bacherlor of Science in Geodetic Engineering under the Department of Geodetic Engineering, as approved by virtue of Board Resolution No. 13-09.

CREAM Goal:

CREAM aims to provide professional and technical education in engineering, computer studies and allied fields, produce globally competent and versatile individuals, and to promote research and development, extension and training, and production in these areas.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Department of Resource Engineering and Agricultural Mechanization:
    1. Train students in the application of engineering principles particularly in the solution of problems related to agroindustrial development;
    2. Prepare them to become professionals with entry level competencies;
    3. Develop appreciation in the students, of the potentials of an agricultural engineering business enterprise;
    4. Instill in the students a concern for the preservation and protection of the natural environment; and
    5. Prepare students for advanced studies.
  • Department of Geodetic Engineering:
    1. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, and engineering sciences to the practice of geodetic engineering;
    2. Ability to design and conduct experiments to test hypotheses and verify assumptions, as well as to organize, analyze and interpret data, draw valid conclusions, and develop mathematical models for processes;
    3. Ability to design, improve, innovate, and to supervise systems or procedures to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
    4. Ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams in diverse fields of practice;
    5. Ability to identify, formulate, and solve geodetic engineering problems
    6. Understand the effects and impact of the geodetic engineering profession on the environment and the society, as well as the social and ethical responsibilities of the profession.
    7. Specialized knowledge in at least one focus area of geodetic engineering practice and the ability to apply such knowledge to provide solutions to actual problems;
    8. Ability for effective oral and written communications particularly in the English language;
    9. Ability to engage in life-long learning to keep current of the development in a specific field of specialization
    10. Ability to use the appropriate techniques, skills and tools necessary for the practice of geodetic engineering; and
    11. Gain knowledge in contemporary issues under the program.
  • Department of Computer Studies and Automation:
    1. To equip the students with highly competitive theoretical, conceptual, and technical skills in the globally comprehensive e-learning environment;
    2. To train the students and provide them with a variety of career and technical education programs in the field of information technology and allied fields that will prepare them for employment in the current business, industry, and service sectors;
    3. To provide enhanced IT educational training through the development of partnerships that promote and support economic development and service to community;
    4. To inculcate among students and environment that foster high ethical standards, openness, trust, respect, and fairness among all members of the academic community;
    5. To provide learning opportunities for cultural enrichment and personal development; and
    6. To promote awareness of the importance of computer technologies and e-learning with other field of studies such as agriculture, business, education, and other fields of endeavor.

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Curricular Programs

CREAM-OBE-Framework
PSAU CREAM OBE Framework

  • Department of Resource Engineering and Agricultural Mechanization:
    1. Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Bio system Engineering (BSABE)
      • The Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Bio system Engineering is a 4 year course designed to produce graduates who possess knowledge, skills, and attitudes in the application of engineering science and designs to the processes and systems involved in the sustainable production, post production, and processing of safe food, feed, fiber, timber, and other agricultural and biological materials; the efficient utilization, conservation, and management of natural and renewable resources; and development of natural and renewable resources; and development of climate change mitigation measures in order to enhance human health in harmony with the environment. Agricultural and Bio systems (AB) consist of crops, poultry, livestock, fisheries and aquaculture resources, forestry and other plants, new and renewable energy, wastes, and natural resources, and climate.
        BSABE Program Outcome
        By the time of graduation, the students of the program shall have the ability to:
        1. apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve Agricultural & Biosystems (AB) engineering problems;
        2. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse and interpret data;
        3. design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints, in accordance with standards;
        4. function in multidisciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
        5. identify, formulate, and solve complex problems;
        6. understand professional and ethical responsibility;
        7. communicate effectively complex AB engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large;
        8. understand the impact of AB engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context;
        9. recognize the need for, and engage in life-long learning;
        10. know contemporary issues;
        11. use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for AB engineering practice;
        12. know and understand engineering and management principles as a member and leader of a team, and to manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment; and
        13. understand at least one specialized field of ABE practice.
        Program Educational Objective
        After 3-5 years, the graduates of the BSABE program shall:
        1. Provide Leadership in planning, implementing, and monitoring ABE projects and programs;
        2. Occupy supervisory positions in private and public organizations; locally and internationally;
        3. Own and/or manage ABE-based enterprises;
        4. Pursue advance studies in ABE education and emerging related fields; and
        5. Occupy responsible positions in ABE education
  • Department of Geodetic Engineering:
    1. Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering (BSGE)
      • BSGE is a five-year degree program offered in a semestral basis. It provides knowledge, skills and relevant experience to students in the fundamentals of surveying and mapping work, geodesy, remote sensing, geographic information systems and oceanography. It also focuses on the laws of public lands and natural resources, land registration laws, obligations and contracts and professional ethics.
  • Department of Computer Studies and Automation:
    1. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
      • The BSIT is a four-year degree program offered in a semestral basis. This is study of utilization of computers and computer software to plan, install, customize, operate, manage, administer and maintain information technology infrastructure.

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Faculty Profile

CREAM

MADELIENE R. SOLIS
MADELIENE R. SOLIS, D.T.
Dean, CREAM
Professor V
JOHNNY L. MIRANDA
JOHNNY L. MIRANDA, DIT
Associate Dean, CREAM
Associate Professor III

Department of Resource Engineering and Agricultural Mechanization

MELISSA P. OLALIA
MELISSA P. OLALIA, MSAE
Chair, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor II
MariaCristinaDavid
MA. CRISTINA V. DAVID, MSCE, Ph.D.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor I
JESUS G. DAYRIT
JESUS G. DAYRIT, MAEd MATH
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Assistant Professor II
EMILIO S. GUZMAN
EMILIO S. GUZMAN, MAEd MATH
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor V
RODEL T. LORENZO
RODEL T. LORENZO, MAEd MATH, Ph.D.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor V
ROSANI P. MANALASTAS, MSAE, Ph.D.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor V
ALAN N. MORALES
ALAN N. MORALES, MPS, Ed.D.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor V
ANTHONY NICDAO
ANTHONY C. NICDAO, MSAE, Ph.D.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor V
SOLOMON L. ROQUE
SOLOMON L. ROQUE, MAEd MATH, Ph.D.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor V
SIDNEY C. SAMSON
SIDNEY C. SAMSON, MSAE
Faculty, Associate Professor II
MARIJOREE A. SAPIGAO, MSAE
Faculty, Associate Professor II
LYNDON G. SOLIS
LYNDON G. SOLIS, D.T.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Professor VI
MADELIENE R. SOLIS
MADELIENE R. SOLIS, D.T.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Professor VI
MARI ROWENA C. TANQUILUT, MSAE, Ph.D.
Faculty, DREAM-CREAM
Associate Professor V

Department of Geodetic Engineering

ROSEMARIE S. MACMAC
ROSEMARIE S. MACMAC, Ph.D.
Chair, DGE-CREAM
Associate Professor IV
ALDRIN R. CALILUNG
ALDRIN R. CALILUNG, BSCE
Faculty, DGE-CREAM
Instructor I
GENESIS A. CASINO
GENESIS A. CASINO, BSGE
Faculty, DGE-CREAM
Instructor I
PATRICE ANN N. CASINO, BSGE
Faculty, DGE-CREAM
Instructor I
RUSSEL JOHN CLARETE, BSGE
Faculty, DGE-CREAM
Instructor I
MELANIE S. SUYU
MELANIE S. SUYU, MSEM
Faculty, DGE-CREAM
Instructor I
RUSSELL A. RIVERA
RUSSELL A. RIVERA, MSEM
Faculty, DGE-CREAM
Instructor I
MARIA CAROLINA V. ARUN
MARIA V. CAROLINA TARUN, BSICE
Faculty, DGE-CREAM
Instructor I

Department of Computer Studies and Automation

MELANIE A. CRISOSTOMO
MELANIE A. CRISOSTOMO, MIT
Chair, DCSA-CREAM
Assistant Professor II
JACKILYN B. BACCAY
JACKILYN B. BACCAY
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor I
RIZZA G. BALTAZAR
RIZZA G. BALTAZAR, DIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Associate Professor I
ROMMEL C. BANDOL
ROMMEL C. BANDOL
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor I
JOMAR S. BARICANTE
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor I
MARY ANN S. BARICANTE
MARY ANN S. BARICANTE, MIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor I
MARIBEL T. BRAVO
MARIBEL T. BRAVO, DIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor I
ERIC D. DUNGCA
ERIC D. DUNGCA
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor I
JOHAN WINSLI FELIX
JOHAN WINSLI FELIX, MECpE
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Assistant Professor I
ERL XANDER LABUNG
ERL XANDER LABUNG, MIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor III
OCIRNE
OCIRNE "JUN-JUN" LIWANAG, DIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Assistant Professor III
JOHNNY L. MIRANDA, DIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Associate Professor III
THELMA D. MIRANDA
THELMA D. MIRANDA, MIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Assistant Professor I
ROMANA B. PARE
ROMANA B. PARE, MIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Associate Professor II
RODEL R. PENTECOSTES
RODEL R. PENTECOSTES, MIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Assistant Professor II
RAQUEL B. RIVERA, D.T.
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Assistant Professor II
ALOYSIUS VALERIO
ALOYSIUS VALERIO, MIT
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Assistant Professor III
ROSALIE T. TUAZON
ROSALIE T. TUAZON, MECpE
Faculty, DCSA-CREAM
Instructor I