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·Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering***

·Bachelor of Science in Architecture (Boni Campus Only) ***

·Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering***

·Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering***

·Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering ***

·Bachelor of Science in Astronomy

·Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

·Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (Boni Campus Only)

·Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (Boni Campus Only)

·Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Boni Campus Only)

·Bachelor of Science in Instrumentation and Control Engineering (Boni Campus Only)


·Bachelor of Science in Accountancy***

·Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

·Bachelor of Science in Office Administration major in Office Management

·Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Operations Management

·Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management

·Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Financial Management

·Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Management


·Bachelor of Science in Psychology***

·Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

·Bachelor of Science in Statistics (Boni Campus Only)

·Bachelor of Science in Biology (Boni Campus Only)


·Bachelor of Secondary Education major in: 



oSciences (Boni Campus only) ***

oSocial Studies***


·Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education major in: 


oComputer Hardware Servicing***

oVisual Graphic Design***


·Bachelor of Science in Physical Education (Boni Campus Only) ***


*** Degree courses with BOARD Exams.

Categories: Announcement


1ST SEMESTER A.Y. 2019-2020


  1. Be sure that you are an Incoming Freshmen student, NOT a
    Transferee, Life-Long Learner or an Incoming SHS student. To see if you are
    eligible as a freshmen student,
     click here.
  2.  Transferees, Life-Long Learners and Incoming SHSs CANNOT USE this online
    registration and should personally file for examination schedule at the Guidance
    and Counseling Center starting January 14, 2019 (From Monday to Friday, except
    Wednesday from 8:00 AM-5:00 PM).
  3. Before you register, ensure that you can provide the documents below. Incomplete
    and “to follow” documents will not be entertained
    . Guidelines will be
    strictly implemented and any deviation also means forfeiture of your exam.
  4. Your latest General Weighted Average should be at least 82%. If you
    are aiming to take a “Board Course”, your grades will be subjected for further
    evaluation by the Department Heads and College Deans upon passing the entrance
     List of Board Courses.



  1. Register Online. click here to register
  2. After successful registration, an ePermit will be sent to your email. Sample ePermit.
  3. Print ePermit in color.
  4. Download and fill out the Individual Inventory Form. Click here
  5. Appear on the Testing Date with the following documents:
  • Printed ePermit (colored)
  • Accomplished Individual Inventory Form
  • Photocopy of Grade 12 grades at least 2nd Quarter
  • Photocopy of Good Moral Character
  • Photocopy of PSA Birth Certificate (Local Civil Registry is not Allowed)


 * Please note that the abovementioned documents shall be placed inside a short-colored folder 

(Please do not write anything on the folder). 














Categories: Announcement

Dr. Rodrigo Jesus F. Torres- The Former President of RizalTech 2010-2018

DR. JESUS RODRIGO F. TORRES is a holder of a Bachelor of Business Administration degree he earned in 1978, a Master of Business Technology in 1982, and a Doctor of Public Administration degree he earned in 1986 just before he turned 28 years old, all from the Rizal Technological University. Starting with the rank of Assistant Instructor in 1978, he rapidly rose in the ranks, becoming full Professor 1 in 1986 and was evaluated with the rank of University Professor under NCC 69 in 1993.

In 2015, together with eleven other SUC Presidents, he was once more evaluated by the Department of Budget and Management, the Commission on Higher Education, and the Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges for the rank of University Professor on two criteria, for his academic achievements and for his performance as University President. While the passing score for the Special Common Criteria for Evaluation is 200 points, Dr. Torres garnered a score of 1,490.05 points, more than double the points earned by the second ranking SUC President.

Dr. Torres has always been an avid reader, spending long hours reading books in many fields, and a prolific writer, turning out papers, books, and articles with relentless consistency.

He took up his post-doctoral in the Chulalongkorn University in Thailand in 2006. Dr. Torres is also an alumnus of the Rotary International Group Study Exchange to Argentina in 1989. He was conferred the Career Service Executive Eligibility in 1997. He graduated and earned in June, 2010 the Certificate in Business Economics, a full graduate degree, after his completion of the Strategic Business Economics Program in the University of Asia and the Pacific under a scholarship grant. Recently in February, 2010, he completed the Senior Management Programme of the Nanyang Polytechnic International in Singapore. He also completed the Rapid Design of eLearning Programs, a blended distance learning course, offered by the Tokyo Development Learning Center, World Bank and the University of Southern Queensland, from March-April, 2010. In March, 2011, he attended an international leadership training-seminar for education executives in the EDS Business School in Malaysia and in Vietnam.

He finished the CHED-sponsored Executive Management Program of the Asian Institute of Management from September to December, 2012.

In 2014, Dr. Torres was awarded a Certificate by the Development Academy of the Philippines for the completion of the Executive Course in Education Management and Leadership, a two-year intensive leadership course.

Dr. Torres has served as Dean of Student Affairs of the Rizal Technological University in 1983 and became Dean of the College of Business and Entrepreneurial Technology in 1988. From 1989 to 1993, he served as Director of Research and Development. Prior to becoming Dean of Student Affairs, he had been COE coordinator, and Student Coordinator. From 1992 to 2004, he had a radio program in DZEM as commentator.

He became Vice President of RTU in 1993, was designated as Vice President for Development and Administration in 1994, and as Vice President for Academic Affairs from 1999 to 2010. This was the last job he held before becoming University President.

On June 4, 2014, the Board of Regents of the Rizal Technological University voted unanimously to give Dr. Torres a second term as University President. A special evaluation team created by the CHED to evaluate his performance for his first term gave him a rating of 99.71, a record that may no longer be broken or at least will stand for a very long time.

Dr. Torres is only one of six Filipinos who are members of the International Astronomical Union, an organization of professional astronomers and scientists all over the world. He has written 23 volumes of researches and texts in Astronomy. He has been elected Regular Member of the National Research Council of the Philippines in the Division of Earth and Space Sciences (Division XII), with evidence of capability and dedication to research in Astronomy, History, Public Administration, and Political Science. Dr. Torres was conferred the Padre Faura Award by the Philippine Astronomical Society in 2007, the highest award for Astronomy in the Philippines. In all, he has written and published 34 books in the fields of Philosophy, Political Theory, Filipino Psychology and Astronomy and has been recognized by the Rizal Technological University itself for his researches and accomplishments in Astronomy. Some of his works have been published in the Astronomy Education Review, an international refereed journal, and can be accessed in the NASA-Harvard Astrophysics Data System.

He has taught one hundred and twenty five(125) different subjects in the tertiary, master’s and doctorate levels in the fields of Philosophy, Management, Marketing, Filipino, English Literature, Political Science, Education, Physics, Astronomy, Finance, Business Law, Economics, and Psychology. The number is still increasing. Thus, he has been called a Renaissance Man by none other than the Chairperson of the Commission on Higher Education.

He has served as the Vice-Chairman of the Technical Panel for Humanities Education of the Commission on Higher Education from 2006 to 2010, and is a Member of the Technical Committee for Philosophy from 2006 to present. He was also a Member of the DOST-National Organizing Committee for the International Year of Astronomy 2009.

His passion for sports lifts up the RTU to greater achievements in the field of sports and is now an important contributor to the sports manpower of the country. A former athlete, Dr. Torres can motivate RTU athletes to perform much better and cares for their welfare as much as he cares for the welfare of his constituents. To cap his performance in the field of sports, Dr. Torres was a member of the Philippine basketball team that won the gold in the International Unity Games held in the Philippine Arena.

Dr. Torres was a member of the Sangguniang Bayan of Pasig from 1976 to 1979. He was during that period the Federation President of the Kabataang Barangay of Pasig and Vice President of the KB Federation of Metro Manila.

He is Outstanding Pasigueno in Science and Technology in 2002. Dr. Torres has been elected by the Board of Regents of the RTU to serve as University President effective September 6, 2010, and again on November 11, 2010. On August 1, 2012, Dr. Torres was conferred the Dangal ng Pasig Award as Most Outstanding Professor by the City Government of Pasig. On January 28, 2016 he was given the Highest Distinction of Leadership Excellence in Education Asia by the Asian Council of Leaders, Administrators, Deans and Educators in Business (ACLADEB).

Presently, he is the Chairman of PASUC-NCR.

Categories: President's Corner



As of 15 November 2018


Location: 6th Floor, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, Research & Development Building,

Rizal Technological University, Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City

Duration: Six (6) Months (subject to renewal)

Report to: Project Leader, Center for Astronomy Research & Development

I. Brief Description

The Center for Astronomy Research and Development will provide the facility to harness knowledge about space science and technologies.

The center will become the Hub for astronomy and space science technology to cater students and professionals who would want to gather astronomical data, test, evaluate, analyze, interpret, and utilize the data for their researches and/or thesis/dissertations related in the field of astronomy and space science.

II. Scope of work

Under the supervision of the Program Leader of the Center for Astronomy Research and Development, the vacant positions will deliver service components of the center, and research and development for the Astronomical Near-Earth Observation Light Pollution Project.

III. Vacant Positions

The Center for Astronomy Research and Development under the Science for Change Program of the Niche Center for the Regions (NICER) Program of the Department of Science and Technology is need of highly competent and with potential applicants for the following positions:

Available Item 1
Position Title Project Officer V
Salary Grade 24
Qualification Standards Education: Masters degree holder, preferably with PhD Units

Experience: Four (4) years in position/s involving management & supervision

Training: twenty-four (24) hours of training in management & supervision

Eligibility: Career-Service (Professional), Second Level Eligibility, (PRC License)

Available Item 1
Position Title Computer Programmer III
Salary Grade 18
Qualification Standards Education: Bachelors Degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or any IT related courses

Experience: Two (2) years of relevant experience

Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training

Eligibility: Career-Service (Professional), Second Level Eligibility

Available Item 1
Position Title Computer Programmer II
Salary Grade 15
Qualification Standards Education: Bachelors Degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, or Information Technology or any science related courses with strong programming background

Experience: One (1) year of relevant experience

Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training

Eligibility: Career-Service (Sub-Professional), First Level Eligibility

Available Item 2
Position Title Project Assistant III
Salary Grade 12
Qualification Standards Education: Bachelors degree in Astronomy/Physics/Space Science, with Masteral Units in Astronomy/Space Science

Experience: One (1) year of relevant experience

Training: Four (4) hours of relevant training

Eligibility: Career-Service (Sub-Professional), First Level Eligibility

IV. Application Requirements

Those who are interested and qualified may apply for the abovementioned position may submit the following:

  1. An application letter with Curriculum Vitae with recent 2×2 photo (taken with the last 3 months);
  2. Photocopy of Official Transcript of Records;
  3. Photocopy of Diploma;
  4. Photocopy of Certificates of Eligibility or Board Results;
  5. Photocopy of Certificates of Trainings Attended;

V. Submission of Requirements

All interested applicants must submit the following:

An application letter addressed to

Assoc. Prof. Ryan Manuel D. Guido

Program Leader, Astronomical Near Earth Observation Light Pollution Program

Department Head, Earth & Space Sciences

6th floor, Department of Earth and Space Sciences,

Research and Development Building

Rizal Technological University

Boni Avenue, Mandaluyong City

For further inquiries feel free to reach us at

Categories: Careers

Moon and Mars

Posted 19, 2018

Last night the First Quarter Moon was less than two degrees from Mars.  I hurriedly set up my old reliable Astroscan on the sidewalk to observe this conjunction.  With the 25-mm Plossl eyepiece at 17x, the Moon and Mars were visible in the same field of view.

A few minutes later the senior high school students of the nearby Arellano University in Pagasa Street in Barangay Caniogan in Pasig City were on their way home after their last class and chanced upon what I was doing with this curiously-shaped telescope.  They milled around and I allowed them to take a peek on the eyepiece.

This turned out to be to an impromptu Sidewalk Astronomy. 

Categories: President's Corner


Posted on September 29, 2018

The RizalTech has made the succesful transition from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015. I asked Dr. Salvacion Pachejo, the official who succesfully steered the RizalTech to attain this certification, about who should be given the recognition for this singular honor? “Lahat!” she answered right away, and explained that like in the previous certification which was met by some difficulties because of the not-so-wholehearted cooperation by some sectors, this time the RizalTech community responded enthusiastically in providing all the necessary information to the ISO evaluators.

If I were still the President of the RizalTech at this time I would have asked the PRAISE Committee headed by Dr. Elmer Martin to give the employees incentives for this commendable achievement. The next President will surely do it.

Categories: President's Corner


Posted on September 26, 2018

The RizalTech has been awarded by the Department of Science and Technology as the Center for Astronomy Research and Development by the Department of Science and Technology with a grant of PhP 32,716,361.60.  The entire Department of Earth and Space Sciences of the University with the able leadership of Prof. Ryan Guido and Dr. Edna C. Aquino has done a tremendous job in successfully presenting and defending their proposal to the Department of Science and Technology.  They had to undergo three stages of evaluation, with the last and final stage being presided by none other than DOST Secretary Fortunato Dela Pena. 


Categories: President's Corner