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Courses and Programs


Reaccredited Level IV by PACUCOA


This is designed to prepare students for work in research, the academe, and the biomedical and pharmaceutical industries.

The course requires the individual to be more inquiring and critical to meet the challenges of a dynamically changing environment and prepares graduates for employment in the biomedical, research and manufacturing, and pharmaceutical and health services industries.


The growing threat of environmental disaster was the motivation behind the offering of this course. The students are taught how to appreciate the importance of sound environmental programs through courses in environmental science and statistics, water and water pollution, environmental ecology, computer modeling and simulation, environmental impact assessment, environmental health and safety, environmental policy and law.

Students are required to conduct independent research relevant to their discipline that they will report and defend before a panel of experts to prepare them for careers in community planning, research and consultancy, government service, and industry.


The course equips students with the knowledge, skills and values necessary in journalism, advertising, film and television production, education, social work, film and social service where communication skills are needed.

Students undergo practicum training on radio, television, and film where they learn practical skills, among others, to think critically for themselves, and to seek out the hidden meaning in information. They are also trained to help enlighten public opinion on contemporary issues.


The course prepares the student for the study of individual and group behavior and mental processes. This includes such courses as human development, personality, experimental psychology, social psychology, psychological testing, abnormal psychology, learning and cognition, group dynamics, Filipino psychology, industrial psychology, physiological psychology, statistics (with computer application), and current issues.

To ensure a holistic training, students are required to undergo a practicum program in the clinical, school and industrial settings. The student is required to undertake independent research work, document, and defend it orally before a panel of experts prior to graduation. Career opportunities are in counseling, testing and evaluation, the academe, human resources development, management and labor relations.


A course in public administration prepares the students for a career in the public service. This trains students in the in-depth study of administrative thought and institutions, management of organizations, office and systems management, public fiscal administration, public policy and program administration, policy analysis, public accounting and budgeting, administrative law, techniques in personnel management, program and project development, local government and regional administration, politics and administration and ethics and accountability in the public service.

Students are encouraged to take a hard look at the theories of servant leadership even as they are trained to focus on ethics and accountability in the public service for a career in the public service, research and human resources planning.


This course empowers students to engage in careers in the contemporary broadcasting industry in any of the following fields: disc jockeying, radio and television broadcasting and production, call centers, advertising and journalism, image and sound production, documentaries and film making and studies.

The course work consists of four core subjects, twelve major subjects and four electives, aside from the 63-unit general education courses, that aim to develop critical thinking and rational decision making among graduates.


This course trains students to be competent in the multidisciplinary arena of communication. The career opportunities available for the graduates of the program are in advertising, journalism, film and television production, politics, human resource, textbook production, and similar careers where an understanding of communication is critical.

Students are trained to express themselves in written and oral English to transform individuals capable of articulating and interpreting thoughts, processes and events.


The course comprises of five required subjects in literary theory and criticism, literary history, the tradition of poetry, and fiction, and literary research and fifteen major subjects in expository writing, writing for print media, linguistics, contemporary, world and children's literature, as well as the drama in English. Students may choose two electives in any of the following: modern poetry, drama, novel or criticism, popular literature, women's literature, gay literature, Philippine ethnic literature, literature of protest, Latin American, Southeast Asian, African, European or British literature.

The program emphasizes the study of theoretical and critical approaches in the analysis of literary genres. Graduates are eventually absorbed in creative work in industry and the academe and in training and development.


This course is designed to hone students' analytic ability and critical thinking skills. It provides a solid foundation in the application of mathematics in statistics, operation research, and forecasting.

Those who wish to specialize in mathematics prepare themselves for career options in teaching, engineering, trend setting and forecasting, mathematical sciences, and research.


The course gives the students a chance to study human interrelationships from the point of view of individual interactions and that of the international, political and economic spheres. Students can expect to gain employment in local governments, government, nongovernment and peoples' organizations, international agencies, academic and research organizations, and social welfare agencies.



This is a five-year double degree-diploma in both the liberal arts and business administration programs. Students may choose to specialize in Communication and Marketing, Economics and Accountancy, Economics and Banking and Finance, Economics and Entrepreneurship, Economics and Marketing, and Psychology and Entrepreneurship.

The course provides excellent preparation for careers in business, private entrepreneurship, corporate finance, research, marketing, banking and finance and human resources management.