The demand for Aeronautical Engineers in the aviation industry is steady and growing. Career opportunities in this field are as varied and as open as the skies. The advancement of aerospace technology throughout the world is dependent to a large degree on Aeronautical Engineers. The present rate of growth in the country has caused a constant need for qualified men in this field.
The Aeronautical Engineering curriculum strives to prepare students for technological service and leadership and to make them adaptable to a variety of challenges in the aviation industry. Graduates of this profession are actively engaged in the work of planning, designing, structure analysis, construction and repair, supervision, operations of systems and advanced facilities necessary in the development of the industry. Graduates of this course are presently employed in the Civil Airworthiness Authorities, Aircraft Operators, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul companies, and other aviation agencies here and abroad.
Organization: AERO (Aeronautical Engineering Research Orgranization)
The Industrial Engineering program is designed to prepare the students for professional work In the maintenance, installation, design and improvement of integrated systems of materials, equipment, information, methods, energy and people. It covers the study on Production Management, Operations Research, Management Science, Human Factors Engineering and Multi-Modal Services.
The course prepares students for industrial engineering services in aviation and aviation related companies particularly in Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul facilities.
Organization: SPIES (Society of PATTS Industrial Engineering Students)
This course is specifically designed and developed to prepare the students for the highly technical field of aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul by imparting the latest knowledge and skills in the servicing of all types of aircraft to ensure a high degree of reliability and a high standard of safety.
Graduates of this course are at present actively engaged in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of commercial aircrafts, fabrication of aircraft parts, supervision, operation of systems and advanced facilities of modern aircraft both in the government and private aviation enterprises, here and abroad.
Organization: BSAM (BIFILAR Society of Aircraft Maintenance Technology)
This is a diversified course in Electronics and Communications, designed and developed specifically for Aviation Electronics used in both airborne and ground equipment for conventional and wide-bodied aircraft with emphasis on air navigation and computer communications.
The course covers the operation and maintenance of aircraft instruments from an engineering point of view. Present-day aircrafts use computerized electronic airborne equipment and highly sophisticated ground equipments have likewise been installed in numerous modern airports, both domestic and international.
Organization: PAVIOS (PATTS Avionics Society)
This course in conceptualized to meet the present demand of Airline Business Administration specially in the field of Marketing and Airfreight Operations for a well-trained and competent pool of marketing and sales staff. Marketing practitioners from the airline industries constitute the core of the faculty.
The BS ABA Department assures students of a balanced curriculum, acquaints them with marketing theories and principles that enable them to determine factors which affect the effectiveness of the system.
Organization: ABASOC (Airline Business Administration Society)
This program was conceived in response to current industry needs. Its relevance to the aviation and travel industry is that travelers - whether tourists, transients, businessmen, or just sojourners are patrons of hotels and restaurants. It supports the government's call for a more active role of the private sector in the promotion of our country's hospitality industries. This program prepares the students for their entry into the exciting world of hotel, restaurant and allied services. It grooms them for employment in food service management in various institutions that includes schools, resorts, health farms, recreation centers, food courts, lodging services and other venues.
Integrated in the BS HRM curriculum is Airline Catering to accommodate the special needs of passengers who have become discerning in their choice of food and beverage.
Organization: CHEFS (Community of Hospitality and Education in Food Services)
Tourism, being one of the major industries envisioned to usher our country's unprecedented development, the Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management Program is offered in collaboration with the economic breakthrough of our country.
It consists of the study of theories, concepts and principles pertaining to the behavioral, sociological, political, economic, psychological and cultural aspects of tourism. The course concerns itself in particular with the patterns and changes in tourism development.
This is a management-oriented course that focuses on the planning and development of the tourism industry. It highlights the modern and fast air transport-system, the airline industry.
Organization: PTS (PATTS Tourism Society)
The Aircraft Technician Course is a two-year fast track course designed to prepare the students for different skill-oriented jobs in the highly specialized field of aircraft maintenance. Students desiring to take this course must be mechanically inclined high school graduates.
Comprehensive technical training, both theoretical and practical is given on the maintenance, inspection, overhaul, repair, servicing and troubleshooting of airframes, power plants, propellers and accessories.
Organization: ATC (Aviaton Training Center)
The BS Air Transportation Course is intended and developed to meet the present requirements of the Air Transportation industry, in so far as management and operations are concerned.
It is a course that concentrates on the modern economics of air transportation, airline operations and market behavior of air carriers in terms of traditional elements namely, aircraft selection, fleet planning, aircraft scheduling and procedures, techniques in forecasting airline traffic, logistics, airline statistics, government policies and regulations as agreed in the various assemblies, convened by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and other world fora.
Organization: GATS (Guild of Air Transportation Students)
BS Aeronautical Engineering
BS Industrial Engineering
BS Aircraft Maintenance Technology
BS Avionics Technology
BS Airline Business Administration
BS Hotel & Restaurant Management
BS Tourism Management
Aircraft Technician Course
BS Air Transportation
PATTS course offerings are recognized by the Commission of Higher Education (CHED), the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), and the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC). The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) certifies that PATTS is an Approved Training Organization (ATO), rated for Airframe, Powerplant and Avionics. Aircraft parts and engines are available for PATTS students to work on, dismantle, and assemble in the laboratories under the direct supervision of duly licensed personnel. PATTS graduates are required to undergo On-the-Job-Training (OJT) with aviation companies which include Philippine Airlines, Air Philippines, Cebu Pacific, Lufthansa Technik Philippines, Aviation Partnership Philippines, and Philippine Air Force. This training prepares graduates of PATTS for integration into the industry. PATTS takes pride that a good number of our graduates have already passed the required examinations with PRC for Aeronautical Engineers, CAAP for Aircraft Mechanics, Specialists and Air Traffic Controllers and NTC for Radiotelephone Operators.