College of Engineering and Architecture – AIT

Our singular aim is directed toward a path where our students are able to build an opportunity of their own, for this is how builders of this nation are nurtured and developed.” – Engr. Mac Arthur Samson Sr., UL president


Debuted in the fall of 1963, the College of Engineering and Architecture – AIT has maintained a top-level performance through its progressive curriculum and research which are well integrated into the different academic programs with a pool of dynamic and dedicated faculty members.

As a response to the needs of both the industrialized and the rural areas in the country today, the college offers accredited courses in all the major branches of engineering, namely: College of Engineering and Architecture-AIT, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering.

More than just an exceptional place to learn and conduct research, the college prepared laboratories and state-of-the-art equipment in the formation of highly-skilled, morally-grounded, and service-oriented engineers and architects.

Graduates usually go off to a huge variety of occupations – into designing cars, building roads, bridges and corporate buildings (private and public), developing new electronic and computer devices, manufacturing pharmaceutical or into healthcare, into government services or further study for higher degrees and in many other directions.

Moreover, the sine qua non of our daily lives: houses, office buildings, mobile phones, computers, wireless communications, downloaded videos, light emitting diodes, electronic displays, the electrical power grid, ATM transactions, vehicles (air, land or water), hospital equipment, laboratories and medicines are all evidence of the impact and continual innovation of engineering and architecture.

And that’s why, the UL management and this department persist on creating smarter programs to benefit its teachers and learners from the exciting opportunities brought about by the outpouring demands of the 21st century, and because although it also entails a huge amount of responsibility.