Programs Offered (SELAMS)

    Bachelor of Secondary Education major in

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Biological Science
  • Physical Science

    Bachelor of Elementary Education Specialization in

  • Pre-school Education
  • Special Education

    Bachelor of Science in Social Work

    Bachelor in Library and Information Science

  • Associate in Library and Information Science

    Bachelor of Arts (Curriculum A) in

  • Mass Communication – Broadcast
  • Mass Communication – Journalism
  • Mass Communication – Performing Arts

    Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science

    Bachelor of Arts with 18 units of Education (Curriculum B) in

  • Mass Communication – Broadcast
  • Mass Communication – Journalism
  • Mass Communication – Performing Arts

    Bachelor of Arts with 18 units of Education (Curriculum B) major in Political Science

    Bachelor of Music

  • Piano
  • Organ
  • Voice
  • Guitar
  • Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass)
  • Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon)
  • Brasswind (Trumpet, Trombone, French, Horn, Tuba)
  • Percussion
  • Choral Reading
  • Composition
  • Theory Pedagogy

    Bachelor of Music – Music Education

  • Piano
  • Organ
  • Voice
  • Guitar Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass)
  • Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon)
  • Brasswind (Trumpet, Trombone, French, Horn, Tuba)
  • Percussion
  • Choral Conducting
  • Composition

    Secondary Teacher Certificate (STC) 18 units of Education

    Elementary Teacher Certificate (ETC) 18 units of Education

The CEU Education Program aims to develop teachers who:

E – xhibit high regard for Science and Virtue (NCBTS Domain 1)

D – esign appropriate learning environments (NCBTS Domain 2)

U – tilize effective approaches for diverse learners (NCBTS Domain 3)

C – reate and implement relevant curricula (NCBTS Domain 4)

A – ssess student learning through authentic assessment tools (NCBTS Domain 5)

R – espond as effective partners of the community (NCBTS Domain 6)

E – ngage enthusiastically in lifelong learning (NCBTS Domain 7)

Mass Communication and Political Science

The Liberal Arts Program aims to develop students who:

  • Use the powers of the image and the word in communicating beauty, goodness and truth;
  • Manifest appropriate skills in planning, researching, managing and leading in the broadcast and print industry;
  • Explain/discuss the ever-changing dynamics of the relationship between mass media and society;
  • Demonstrate creativity, versatility, flexibility and competencies in information and communication technologies;
  • Utilize the power of the new media to awaken social and political awareness;
  • Demonstrate personal and work ethics/values in the media industry; and
  • Manifest patriotism and nationalism through active involvement in promoting Filipino values and identity through historical discourse

The Library Science Program aims to:

  1. provide quality advising and counseling for students considering to enter the library profession;
  2. ensure that library science students acquire the knowledge, skills, and values that are fundamental to professional competence in the library and information science field;
  3. provide general library skills and information literacy training for students;
  4. provide leadership in the field of Library Science in the country;
  5. build relationships with students and graduates; and
  6. develop a culture of continuous improvement.

The Music Program aims to develop students who:

  1. demonstrate excellent musicianship in chosen specialization;
  2. manifest deep musicality in creation, performance and music education;
  3. use musical giftedness for  societal upliftment and social amelioration; and
  4. promote Philippine culture and the arts as well as those of the global community.   

SOCIAL WORK

The Social Work Program aims to develop students who:

  • Manifest sound personal and work ethics based on a holistic formation that is liberal and humanistic in perspective; culture-based in approach; and sociallyrooted in orientation;
  • Demonstrate competencies in advocacy, networking, training, program planning, implementation, monitoring evaluation, and use of technology;
  • Practice the generalist helping and planned change processes within the micromezzo-macro continuum; and
  • Contribute to local and national efforts to alleviate poverty among individuals, groups and communities through research-based initiatives.