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mga ate at kuya,help naman po.ano po ba maganda kunin gusto k sana ChE pero kinuha ko ung 3ple degree,ano po ba magandang kunin.help po.naguguluhan me eh..gusto ko po talaga mag aral sa mapua.:depressed:

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  • kahit ano pog course a preffered niu aus lang po.tnks po i advance:)
  • 3ple degree!!

    bihira lang ang tao na may course na ganyan sa mapua!!

    astig ka pag yan kinuha mo!!

    ayos yan. . .


    nursing ayaw mo? o HRM?
  • Hi ghel24! :wave:
    Are you an incoming freshman (2008)?

    What triple degree program did you take? CHE-CHM-BE?

    If that's what you opted to take, then there's really no problem since CHE's already there in the 'package'. How about the other two? Even if it's related, there are still deviations from CHE, especially the Biological Engineering Program.

    I had the impression that you took the triple degree program because it's "maganda" or should I say, "astig". For most people, it could be one of the most "astigin" programs Mapua apparently offers, but I must say that the most "astigin" program doesn't exist. Why? Because everybody has his own interest/s and one program (or course) may or may not be interesting to him.

    But you've got to consider these:

    1. Does your chosen Program interest you? -- a primary consideration you have to put in mind in starting off in College. It's extremely problematic for a student if during the middle of his courseworks, he suddenly finds himself "at lost" or that he realizes that the Program he's taking is not really for him or he doesn't feel himself to be somebody he's preparing for in the near future. So you really have to set your mind as to what interests you, what your heart wants, what your mind can endure. :)

    2. Can you finish it (ideally, on time)? -- a triple degree program, I think, is more than 5 years. Mine is double degree and I had it in 5 years (20 terms), so I think you're gonna spend like more than 20 terms for that, although there must be "double counting" on your chosen Program -- that, at least, would cut the timeframe quite shorter. Time is so important. One term wasted bears a lot.

    But then you can still shift. But remember, that in Mapua, it's a one-time privilege.


    God bless on your "choosing". Choose wisely.


    Welcome to Mapua. :)
  • Goodang wrote: »
    3ple degree!!

    bihira lang ang tao na may course na ganyan sa mapua!!

    astig ka pag yan kinuha mo!!

    ayos yan. . .


    nursing ayaw mo? o HRM?

    hmm..takot po ako sa dugo ee.hehe.:)

    mas gusto ko po talaga engineering:)

    naeexcite na nga ako ee.wrth it po ba ung tuition?
  • tophe_17 wrote: »
    Hi ghel24! :wave:
    Are you an incoming freshman (2008)?

    What triple degree program did you take? CHE-CHM-BE?

    If that's what you opted to take, then there's really no problem since CHE's already there in the 'package'. How about the other two? Even if it's related, there are still deviations from CHE, especially the Biological Engineering Program.

    I had the impression that you took the triple degree program because it's "maganda" or should I say, "astig". For most people, it could be one of the most "astigin" programs Mapua apparently offers, but I must say that the most "astigin" program doesn't exist. Why? Because everybody has his own interest/s and one program (or course) may or may not be interesting to him.

    But you've got to consider these:

    1. Does your chosen Program interest you? -- a primary consideration you have to put in mind in starting off in College. It's extremely problematic for a student if during the middle of his courseworks, he suddenly finds himself "at lost" or that he realizes that the Program he's taking is not really for him or he doesn't feel himself to be somebody he's preparing for in the near future. So you really have to set your mind as to what interests you, what your heart wants, what your mind can endure. :)

    2. Can you finish it (ideally, on time)? -- a triple degree program, I think, is more than 5 years. Mine is double degree and I had it in 5 years (20 terms), so I think you're gonna spend like more than 20 terms for that, although there must be "double counting" on your chosen Program -- that, at least, would cut the timeframe quite shorter. Time is so important. One term wasted bears a lot.

    But then you can still shift. But remember, that in Mapua, it's a one-time privilege.


    God bless on your "choosing". Choose wisely.


    Welcome to Mapua. :)

    opo.incoming freshmen po ako.i didn't took my exam in ust kasi i'll try my luck in mapua first dun ko talaga gusto e.if i pass.i'll enroll;),kso natatakot po tlaga ako e.pero galing po ako sa science hs kaya malaki talaga interest ko sa science subjects lalo na sa biology pero gusto ko ng chemeng(gulo e noh?),,bkit po ba parang ang daming takot sa pagpasok sa college?may iba pa po ba kaung preffered programs?bka po wla akong future sa ChE:(
  • ^ As long as you've got passion, you'll succeed whatever career track you're gonna choose. Bakit may nagte-take ng BS Geology, considering na hindi ganun ka-in-demand tulad ng Nursing?

    In fairness to our Geologist, our Mapuan geologists are earning 6-figured salary. I know one. :)

    Well, related naman yung Biology sa CHE, especially kung magte-take ka ng Biotechnology (Biological Engineering na yata ang tawag), which is part of your opted triple degree.

    Before, gusto ko rin ng CHE, kasi favorite ko ang Chem. Pero nung naging favorite ko ang Physics, nag-CE ako. :D
    Though, I really wanna take Law (PolSci sana ang Bachelor's ko... lately ko lang din na-realize). :( Pero pwede pa naman i-pursue since may BS na ako. Hehehe... In the meantime, concentrate na muna sa profession ko. Sayang naman yung mga taon na ginugol ko sa Mapua. Hehehe...

    Kaya make up your mind kung ano ang gusto mong kunin. Well, sa una naman, lahat ng engineering, pare-pareho ang subject. Kaya you can still shift kung all of a sudden, gusto mong mag-ECE or mag-CE (we're glad to help you pag dun ka :D ).


    Good luck. :)
  • ghel24

    ayos yan! galingan mo!
    grad ako ng ChE at yung mga triple degree, magagaling na student yan!
    pero pwede ka naman mag shift pa kung nahihirapan ka. pwede ka mag ChE lang or Chm lang
  • tophe_17 wrote: »
    ^ As long as you've got passion, you'll succeed whatever career track you're gonna choose. Bakit may nagte-take ng BS Geology, considering na hindi ganun ka-in-demand tulad ng Nursing?

    In fairness to our Geologist, our Mapuan geologists are earning 6-figured salary. I know one. :)

    Well, related naman yung Biology sa CHE, especially kung magte-take ka ng Biotechnology (Biological Engineering na yata ang tawag), which is part of your opted triple degree.

    Before, gusto ko rin ng CHE, kasi favorite ko ang Chem. Pero nung naging favorite ko ang Physics, nag-CE ako. :D
    Though, I really wanna take Law (PolSci sana ang Bachelor's ko... lately ko lang din na-realize). :( Pero pwede pa naman i-pursue since may BS na ako. Hehehe... In the meantime, concentrate na muna sa profession ko. Sayang naman yung mga taon na ginugol ko sa Mapua. Hehehe...

    Kaya make up your mind kung ano ang gusto mong kunin. Well, sa una naman, lahat ng engineering, pare-pareho ang subject. Kaya you can still shift kung all of a sudden, gusto mong mag-ECE or mag-CE (we're glad to help you pag dun ka :D ).


    Good luck. :)

    actually po.gusto po ng mommy ko na mag-take ako ng ece or ce.kasi po ce mommy ko..mejo ayaw ko po nun kasi parang ang hirap,,taas noo po ako sa mga civil:) tapos ece daw po kasi in demand pero bka masayang lang dhil wla akong interest sa electronics.kya po naguguluhan ako.pero kung magsisikap naman po ako mtatapos ko dn naman po un dba?!di po ba masasayng tuition ko ,bka pag graduate ko ala pala kong trabaho..hehe..may advantage dn po ba ung triple degree?masipag naman po ako mag-aral..:bashful:
  • ghel24

    ayos yan! galingan mo!
    grad ako ng ChE at yung mga triple degree, magagaling na student yan!
    pero pwede ka naman mag shift pa kung nahihirapan ka. pwede ka mag ChE lang or Chm lang

    di po ba ko mahihirapan?!dream ko po tlaga kse to e,na realize ko lang po na gusto ko ng ChE kasi kahit i discourage nila ako e disido po ako sa preffered course ko,,nnde nman po ba yan delikado?
  • Sympre naman madali lang makahanap ang work. Mapua is a reputable engineering school. :) But then remember that it's you who'll work for your future -- not entirely your school. Nasa tao pa rin yung kung magkakatrabaho siya ng maganda. Additional "perfume" lang ang school sa transcript mo. :)

    Syempre may advantage yung triple degree. Imagine, 3 ang diploma mo kapag grumaduate ka. 3 ang ipapakita mong diploma sa employer mo -- mas maraming diploma, mas maraming opportunities. :) By the way, MAPUA ang unang nag-start ng triple degree program sa Pinas. Di ko lang alam kung sumunod na ang ibang schools.

    Well, wala namang madaling engineering course. Pero kung mag-aaral ng mabuti, kayang kaya yan. Yun pala -- CE mommy mo, so may back up ka na pwedeng tanungan in case na mahirapan ka sa mga subjects.

    Agree ako kay the_apprentice. Magagaling yung mga nagti-triple degree. Yung double degree nga lang sa CHE, magagaling na eh. *okay*
  • ^ganun po ba?hehe..tnks po sa words f wisdom sana makaya ko.la,pas 5 yrs po ang trple degree?
  • ^ I think so.
    Much better if you check the curriculum of Batch 2008 for the said Program.
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