So many ways has technology made living a bit more convenient — like having a new transport system or having biomedical tools to help people recover from their illnesses. Such innovations are products of the curious minds of many talented men and women who have dedicated their lives to the study of how to improve productivity and efficiency at home
and at work.
And for those budding talents who wish to follow this path, there is no better place to do so than at the Gokongwei College of Engineering at De La Salle University.
With state-of-the-art equipment and faculty who are not only engineers by profession but also researchers and educators recognized for their expertise, the College provides a firm foundation for further exploration of the many possibilities that technology presents.
Students who are interested in enrolling in the degree programs of this college must have an avid interest in infrastructure, design, production, manufacturing, and other aspects of the different fields of engineering. They must have a good grasp of mathematics, must have good analytical abilities, and must be able to express themselves effectively in both oral and written communication.