Don Bosco Technology Center (DBTC) is a school for boys, under the Salesians of Don Bosco (also called Salesian Society). Established in 1960, it is located in Pleasant Homes Subdivision, Punta Princesa, Cebu City. Its college is not exclusively for boys. (updated 03/07/2012)
The first Salesian institution was the St. John Bosco Academy in Tarlac that was established in 1951. In the same decade, campuses in Victorias in Negros Occidental, Mandaluyong, Cebu and Makati opened. The Salesian schools and training centers are continually growing in other parts of the Philippines.
Just like other Salesian institutions, DBTC gives emphasis on Technological Work of Education not only to answer to the demands of a developing country like the Philippines, but to provide Bosconians with Work Education for self-discipline and responsibility.
DBTC offers complete basic education, technical-vocational programs and college education. The College of Technical Education has three majors such as Major in Industrial Electronics (BSTE-IE), Major in Mechanical Technology (BSTE-MT) and Major in Furniture Technology (BSTE-FT). The College of Engineering offers Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE), Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Major in Furniture Manufacturing (BSIE-FM) and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Specializing in Machine Design and Manufacturing (BSME-MDM).
In 2008, the College of Arts in Religious Education and Pastoral Communication that offers Bachelor of Arts in Religious Education and Pastoral (ABRelEd) was opened. On the other hand, the College of Computer Studies that offers Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) opened in 2010.
For more information on DBTC, you may call (032) 273-1127 / 273-1128 / 273-2301 or visit their Web site at www.dbtc-cebu.edu.ph