College of Arts, Sciences and Education

The College of Arts, Sciences and Education with a FAAP Level IV accredited status, endeavors to strengthen the student’s understanding of the accumulated knowledge of humankind, to enable him to cope with its manifold problems and to develop his potential as a humane person and a responsible member of the constantly changing global community. It aims to promote liberal arts education that will empower the students to cope with the demands of culture change and paradigm shift; to provide scientific and technological knowledge that will enable the students to contribute in the innovation and enhancement of human life; to develop experiential learning by engaging students in creative partnership between the college and the community; and to inculcate Christian values that will guide them in the formation of moral, ethical and professional leadership.

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PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting
Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
Bachelor of Science in Psychology

DEAN

DR. GLORINA DIVINA PEREZ D. OROZCO
Contact Information: 7022882 loc. 312
Dean’s Office: Ground Floor, Lyman Ogilby Building

CURRICULUM

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

For Freshmen

  • Entrance examination
  • One (1) ID picture (1×1, latest)
  • Form 138
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Birth Certificate from NSO (photocopy)

For Transferees

  • Entrance examination
  • One (1) ID picture (1×1, latest)
  • Honorable Dismissal
  • Scholastic Records / Copy of Grades
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Clearance for Admission from the Registrar’s Office

Nursing

The baccalaureate degree program is a four year nursing program, where the clinical duty starts on the second year. It follows the CMO 14, S. 2009 Curriculum from the Commission on Higher Education.

Entry requirements for Freshmen

  • Form 138
  • Birth Certificate from NSO
  • 1 x 1 ID picture (2 pcs.)
  • Certificate of good moral character

Screening Requirements for 2nd Year

  • At least a minimum grade point average of 2.15
  • Passed the Nursing Aptitude Test /Battery Exam (NAT)
  • Passed the Psychological Test
  • Personal interview
  • Possess the Carative Elements of a Health Caregiver