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School of Education—Liberal Arts—Music—Social Work (SELAMS)

The School of Education—Liberal Arts—Music—Social Work (SELAMS) brings together four pioneering programs to create a venue for students to pursue their unique calling in excellence, creativity, and passion.

 

The Education Program molds students to become caring and excellent teachers, and responsible leaders of the community. The graduates have become outstanding school administrators, supervisors, and teachers in premier schools locally and worldwide. It is recognized as a CHED Center for Teacher Education and has Level 4 accreditation (the highest) from PACUCOA.

 

The Liberal Arts, founded in 1924, includes Communication and Media and Political Science programs. These two programs serve as an effective training ground for future communication and media practitioners such as journalists, web content writers, filmmakers, media relations experts, political scientists, legal assistants, educators, and scholars. The students are also trained to work in allied fields in arts and culture.

 

The Music Program trains students to develop into skillful local, national, and international artists - opera singers, composers, conductors, and leaders in the music field.

 

The Social Work Program trains and develops students to become competent and caring professionals. The graduates perform leadership roles and function as policymakers, administrators, and specialists in public and private welfare institutions, here and abroad.  They are also strong advocates of child and youth welfare, recognized members of the healthcare team and are deeply rooted in promoting people’s well-being as community development workers. The program enjoys Level III accreditation granted by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU).

 

The BLAIS program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in professional librarianship, research, training, the book trade, public relations, and information-related business. It also provides knowledge and skills in conservation, preservation, and restoration of books, historical and cultural documents, and other intellectual properties. The program includes topics on the basic principles and fundamental laws of library science as well as the appropriate use of information resources.  It also teaches essential skills in the integration of information technology and management of information systems for effective organization, use, and delivery of learning resources and services.

 

SELAMS stands for

Prominent school in the country

Dynamic response to modern challenges

Significant contribution to the progress of the professional fields

 

MISSION/VISION

 

The School of ELAMS affirms CEU’s vision of, and commitment to quality education founded on wholesome values and geared towards intellectual development, technological advancement, and world-class competence in the fields of Education-Liberal Arts-Music-Social Work.

 

The School provides efficient, effective, and enlightened inculcation of knowledge, skills, and values in line with the specific objectives of its programs.

Distinct Features

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION-LIBERAL ARTS-MUSIC-SOCIAL WORK

  • CHED Center of Excellence in Teacher Education
  • HIGHEST LEVEL of accreditation, Level IV, by PACUCOA as certified by FAAP for Liberal Arts (Mass Communication and Political Science) and Education programs
  • Level III accredited status for Social Work program by PAASCU
  • State-of-the-art industrial type broadcast equipment and simulated network facilities (studio and editing suites)
  • Theater Arts Clinic for Performing Arts
  • Curriculum leading to Bachelor of Music meeting international standards
  • Music Extension Program in Voice, Piano, Strings, Guitar, Woodwind, Brasswind, and Percussion
  • Individualized sound-proof music studios and recital hall
  • Emphasis on social development and case management in Social Work program
  • Case Conference Room for Social Work practicum students
  • Integration Program for Special Students

 

COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA PROGRAM

  • Highest level of accreditation, level IV, by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) as certified by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP)
  • With efficient and qualified faculty members, excellent and updated curriculum, and a conducive learning environment and facilities
  • The only communication and media school in the country where students have an option of having 21 units of Education (including 6 units of teaching internship) for Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).
  • With successful graduates deployed in various communication and media organizations, state institutions, and other business enterprises where their expertise are needed in the country
  • With sophisticated equipment and laboratories to make the students’ training at par with national and international standards
  • In partnership with some of the best organizations in the country in the field of communication and media like ABS-CBN, Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP), Philippine News Agency (PNA), Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism(PCIJ), Aliw Broadcasting Corporation's DWIZ 882 AM Radio, and DOST-STII.

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE PROGRAM

  • Highest level of accreditation, level IV, by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) as certified by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP)
  • With efficient and qualified faculty members, excellent and updated curriculum and has a conducive learning environment and facilities
  • With an option of having 21 units of Education (including 6 units of teaching internship) for Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)
  • With subject having 27 units for foreign service certification
  • Furthermore, it includes Pre-Law courses that would introduce the students to the field of Law and Jurisprudence, should they want to proceed to the School of Law and Jurisprudence.

 

SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM

  • Centro Escolar University: The second school to offer SOCIAL WORK in the Philippines
    • Now, on its 73rd year of course offering in CEU
  • Level 3 PAASCU accredited program
  • Graduates can take two (2) licensure examinations:
    • Licensure Examination for Social Workers
    • Licensure Examination for Teachers
  • ​Leadership positions of Social Work faculty in the academe and industry
  • 100% employability of graduates
  • Board performance is above the national passing percentage

Academic Programs

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (BECE)
  • Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd)
  • Bachelor of Special Needs Education with Specialization in Early Childhood Education (BSNEd-ECE)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in:
    • English
    • Mathematics
    • Science
  • Bachelor in Library and Information Science
  • Associate in Library and Information Science
  • Certificate in Teaching - 21 units of Education

 

BACHELOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (BECEd) is a four-year program which provides students with fundamental understanding and application of the principles of developmentally appropriate practices in   early childhood care and education. Teaching internship is held in various private and public cooperating schools to enable the application of all the principles learned in class.

 

COMMON TO THE DISCIPLINE (TEACHER EDUCATION)

  • Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological, and political contexts (PPST 1)
  • Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline (PPST 1)
  • Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  • Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches, and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  • Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  • Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  • Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national, and global realities (PPST 7)
  • Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities (PPST 7)

 

SPECIFIC TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

  • Demonstrate high level of content and pedagogical knowledge
  • Demonstrate appreciation for diversity
  • Manifest collaborative skills
  • Demonstrate innovative thinking
  • Possess critical and problem-solving skills
  • Advocate for children’s rights, equity, community, nationalism, and democratic ideas
  • Pursue lifelong learning

 

BACHELOR OF SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION WITH SPECIALIZATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd) with specialization in Early Childhood Education is a four-year program which   prepares students in teaching children with special needs in the early years (birth through eight years old). It provides developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood ,special needs intervention and education. Teaching internship is held in various public and private cooperating schools.

 

COMMON TO THE DISCIPLINE (TEACHER EDUCATION)

  • Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological, and political contexts (PPST 1)
  • Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline (PPST 1)
  • Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  • Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches, and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  • Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  • Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  • Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national, and global realities (PPST 7)
  • Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities (PPST 7)

 

BACHELOR OF SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd) with specialization in Early Childhood Education is a four-year program which   prepares students in teaching children with special needs in the early years (birth through eight years old). It provides developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood special needs intervention and education. Teaching internship is held in various public and private cooperating schools.

 

COMMON TO THE DISCIPLINE (TEACHER EDUCATION)

  • Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological, and political contexts (PPST 1)
  • Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline (PPST 1)
  • Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  • Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches, and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  • Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  • Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  • Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national, and global realities (PPST 7)
  • Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities (PPST 7)

 

SPECIFIC TO A SUB-DISCIPLINE AND A MAJOR (SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION)

  • Basic/Foundation: Provide respectful and meaningful learning experiences and collaborative opportunities for students with additional needs and their families.
  • Learner Development and Individual Learning Differences: Respond effectively to educational needs of students with additional needs.
  • Learning Environments: Create safe, inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments for students with additional needs.
  • Curricular Content Knowledge: Use knowledge of general and specialized curricula to individualized learning for students with additional needs.
  • Instructional Planning and Strategies: Use evidence-based instructional strategies to maximize learning opportunities for students with additional needs.
  • Assessment: Use multiple methods of assessment and multiple data sources to make sound educational decisions for students with additional needs.
  • Professional Learning Practice: Demonstrate reflective thinking and professional self-direction.

 

BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION MAJOR IN ENGLISH PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) is a four-year program that prepares its students for the art and science of teaching. It builds know-how in pedagogy, such as foundations of education, principles of teaching, facilitating learning, curriculum development, child and adolescent psychology, assessment of student learning, educational technology and instructional materials preparation, and classroom management, among others, as well as would-be teachers’ disciplinal expertise. The areas of specialization offered by the program are: Science, English, Filipino, Mathematics, Religious and Values Education, and Social Studies. The program culminates with an intensive one-year practice teaching in the laboratory school of the College and in the cooperating public and private (local and international) schools, where student teachers receive active mentoring from highly-experienced professional teacher.

 

COMMON TO THE DISCIPLINE (TEACHER EDUCATION)

  • Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological, and political contexts (PPST 1)
  • Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline (PPST 1)
  • Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  • Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches, and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  • Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  • Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  • Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national, and global realities (PPST 7)
  • Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities (PPST 7)

 

SPECIFIC TO A SUB-DISCIPLINE AND A MAJOR

  • Possess a broad knowledge of language and literature for effective learning
  • Use English as a global language in a multilingual context as it applies to the teaching of language and literature
  • Acquire extensive reading background in language, literature, and allied fields
  • Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication
  • Shows competence in employing innovative language and literature teaching approaches, methodologies, and strategies
  • Use technology in facilitating language learning and teaching
  • Inspire students and colleagues to lead relevant and transformative changes to improve learning and teaching language and literature
  • Display skills and abilities to be a reflective and research-oriented language and literature teacher

 

BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) is a four-year program that prepares its students for the art and science of teaching. It builds know-how in pedagogy, such as foundations of education, principles of teaching, facilitating learning, curriculum development, child and adolescent psychology, assessment of student learning, educational technology and instructional materials preparation, and classroom management, among others, as well as would-be teachers’ disciplinal expertise. The areas of specialization offered by the program are: Science, English, Filipino, Mathematics, Religious and Values Education, and Social Studies. The program culminates with an intensive one-year practice teaching in the laboratory school of the College and in the cooperating public and private (local and international) schools, where student teachers receive active mentoring from highly-experienced professional teachers.

 

COMMON TO THE DISCIPLINE (TEACHER EDUCATION)

  • Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological, and political contexts (PPST 1)
  • Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline (PPST 1)
  • Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  • Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches, and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  • Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  • Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  • Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national, and global realities (PPST 7)
  • Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities (PPST 7)

 

SPECIFIC TO A SUB-DISCIPLINE AND A MAJOR

  • Exhibit competence in mathematical concepts and procedures
  • Exhibit proficiency in relating mathematics to other curricular areas
  • Manifest meaningful and comprehensive pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of mathematics
  • Demonstrate competence in designing, constructing, and utilizing different forms of assessment in mathematics
  • Demonstrate proficiency in problem-solving by solving and creating routine and non-routine problems with different levels of complexity
  • Use effectively appropriate approaches, methods, and techniques in teaching mathematics including technological tools
  • Appreciate mathematics as an opportunity for creative work, moments of enlightenment, discovery, and gaining insights of the world.

 

BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION MAJOR IN SCIENCE PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) is a four-year program that prepares its students for the art and science of teaching. It builds know-how in pedagogy, such as foundations of education, principles of teaching, facilitating learning, curriculum development, child and adolescent psychology, assessment of student learning, educational technology and instructional materials preparation, and classroom management, among others, as well as would-be teachers’ disciplinal expertise. The areas of specialization offered by the program are: Science, English, Filipino, Mathematics, Religious and Values Education, and Social Studies. The program culminates with an intensive one-year practice teaching in the laboratory school of the College and in the cooperating public and private (local and international) schools, where student teachers receive active mentoring from highly-experienced professional teachers.

 

COMMON TO THE DISCIPLINE (TEACHER EDUCATION)

  • Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological, and political contexts (PPST 1)
  • Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/discipline (PPST 1)
  • Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  • Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches, and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  • Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant, and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  • Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing, and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  • Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national, and global realities (PPST 7)
  • Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field-based opportunities (PPST 7)

 

SPECIFIC TO A SUB-DISCIPLINE AND A MAJOR

  • Demonstrate deep understanding of scientific concepts and principles
  • Apply scientific inquiry in teaching and learning
  • Utilize effective science teaching and assessment methods


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Author
  • Behavioral Consultant
  • Case Manager for Individualized Family Service Program (IFSP) / Individualized Educational Program (IEP)
  • Childcare specialist
  • Children's events organizer
  • Coach/trainers
  • Consultant
  • Content developer for instructional websites / Textbook author
  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Elementary Teachers (Grades 1 to 3)
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Family support specialist
  • Home-based service provider
  • Instructional materials developer
  • Junior HS / GS teacher
  • Learning experience designer
  • Module writers
  • Pre-school teacher
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School Director
  • School owner
  • Shadow Teacher in an Inclusion Classroom Setting
  • Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) - Home/Hospital-Based Settings
  • Teacher in Special Education - Self-contained, Mainstream, and Inclusive Settings

 

LIBERAL ARTS

  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media with 21 units of Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with 21 Units of Education


BACHELOR OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • Familiar in using newspaper, radio, television, and the instrumentalities of social media like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in communicating their messages with other people
  • Write and produce development communication campaigns promoting individual and social rights, and disseminate them through news programs or documentaries
  • Engage other people, students, professionals or non-professionals, in discussing issues of public concern like education, health, livelihood, transportation, terrorism and others, using all forms of media
  • Produce relevant research outputs on the dynamics of media production, dissemination of mass media contents and its effects on peoples’ lives, specific structures and patterns of media ownership in the Philippines and in other countries
  • Organize workshops and seminars inside and outside the school promoting media and information literacy
  • Participate in public discussions on press freedom by attending seminars, lectures, and symposia inside and outside the school
  • Utilized modern technology in producing and disseminating digital media content

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • COMMUNICATION
    • Call Center operators
    • Corporate Communication officers
    • Flight attendants
    • Hotel and Restaurant receptionists
    • Public Information Officers
    • Public  Relations officers and specialists
    • Transcriptionists
    • Front Desk Officers
  • MEDIA
    • Associate producers
    • Camera operators
    • Commentators
    • Film and TV directors
    • Gaffers
    • Lights operators
    • News Writers
    • Newscasters
    • Script Writers
    • Segment producers
    • Talents
    • Talk show hosts
    • Voice talents
    • Web content editor
    • Multimedia reporter

 

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • Compare, contrast, and classify the major concept in the discipline. (Lifelong Learner, Reflective and Creative Thinker)
  • Recognize and define the distinctiveness of the discipline, its sub-field, theories, and methods. (Lifelong Learner, Reflective and Creative Thinker, Caring and Trustworthy, Proficient Communicator)
  • Design and execute research inquiries using appropriate, quantitative, and qualitative methods guided by theories or conceptual framework. (Lifelong Learner, Reflective and Creative Thinker, Proficient Communicator)
  • Demonstrate written, visual, and oral presentation skills to produce or present analytical reports. (Reflective and Creative Thinker)
  • Critique, judge, and respond to current issues and problems based on substantive understanding of the historical and contemporary development in the national and global context. (Reflective and Creative Thinker, Caring and Trustworthy, Proficient Communicator, Competent and Productive Professional)
  • Develop a predisposition towards ethical political involvement and practice in various forms and levels. (Caring and Trustworthy, Competent and Productive Professional)

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Campaign operator;
  • Community staff;
  • Congressional Officer;
  • Corporate adviser for government offices;
  • Embassy staff;
  • Foreign Service Officer;
  • Historian;
  • Lecturer/professor;
  • Legislative analyst;
  • Paralegal/legal/ assistance;
  • Personnel in governments courts, law firms and consular offices;
  • Political consultant;
  • Public opinion researcher;
  • Public Policy Analyst;
  • Survey analysis.

 

MUSIC

  • Music Performance
    • Bachelor of Music in Music Performance Major in:
      • Brasswind (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, and Tuba)
      • Choral Conducting
      • Guitar
      • Organ
      • Percussion
      • Piano
      • Strings
      • Voice
      • Woodwind
      • Musical Theater
  • Music Education
    • Bachelor of Music in Music Education Major in:
      • Brasswind (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, and Tuba)
      • Choral Conducting
      • Guitar
      • Organ
      • Percussion
      • Piano
      • Strings
      • Voice
      • Woodwind
  • Music Composition
    • Bachelor of Music in Music Composition with Specialization in Music Production and Engineering

Bachelor of Music in Music Performance (BMMP) Major in:

  1. Voice - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the voice concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  2. Piano - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the piano concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  3. Organ - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the organ concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  4. Guitar - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the guitar concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  5. Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello, Contra Bass) - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  6. Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone) - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, band, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  7. Brasswind (Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba) - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, band, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  8. Percussion - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, band, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  9. Choral Conducting - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the conducting choral concert stage, in church choral works, radio, television, and teaching.
  10. Musical Theater - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the musical theater concert stage, radio, television, and teaching.


Bachelor of Music in Music Education (BMME) Major in:

  1. Voice - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the voice concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  2. Piano - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the piano concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  3. Organ - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the organ concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  4. Guitar - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the guitar concert stage, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  5. Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello, Contra Bass) - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  6. Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone) - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, band, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  7. Brasswind (Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba) - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, band, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  8. Percussion - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the concert stage, orchestra, band, in church solo work, radio, television, and teaching.
  9. Choral Conducting - Designed for students who wish to prepare for a career on the conducting choral concert stage, in church choral works, radio, television, and teaching.

 

Bachelor of Music in Music Composition with specialization in Music Production and Engineering (BMMC-MPE)

This course is about the creation and production of recordings of music and how to successfully complete recording projects that are typical of those found in contemporary professional recording and production environments. The mastery of the discipline will be shown through the completion of recording and production projects of professional quality.  Through classroom emphasis on artistic and professional excellence and exposure to resident and visiting professionals, students will:

  • Develop an informed and critical aesthetic vision;
  • Learn to define quality using both musical and technical criteria and to apply those criteria in their work and to the work of others;
  • Work effectively with others in the wide range of circumstances typically found in the recording and production professions through participation as engineer and producer on various projects, and by interacting effectively with musicians on these projects;
  • Gain knowledge of the principles and creative practices of engineering and production techniques; and
  • With this knowledge, students will be more equipped to enter the contemporary music production field as an effective professional in a number of roles, and to adapt quickly and effectively to rapid changes in technology and stylistic genres in the discipline over the years.

 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • demonstrate a sound knowledge and understanding of their discipline;
  • pursue musical knowledge and skills independently, with intellectual honesty and rigorous methods of inquiry both in a specialization and in the discipline as a whole;
  • use and assimilate the potential of technologies to facilitate the dissemination of musical skills, knowledge, and information;
  • make critical, informed, and sophisticated responses to new musical ideas, methodologies, and theoretical frameworks, both in their specialization and in the discipline of music as a whole; and
  • qualify for employment in a wide range of occupations in the music profession.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Broadway musical cast member
  • Choir Director
  • City symphony member
  • Freelance artist
  • Music Director
  • Music Producer
  • Music Production and Engineering-related Subject Teacher
  • Music School Owner
  • Opera cast member
  • Orchestra member
  • Private voice or instrument instructor
  • Professional Performer and Music Educator
  • Public/Private K-12 Music Teacher
  • Recording and Mixing Engineer for any Recording Studio
  • Recording Studio Owner
  • Sound Engineer for On-site Performances or Recordings
  • Studio performer
  • Teacher at a College/University School of Music

 

SOCIAL WORK

  • Bachelor of Science in Social Work (Specialization in Community  Health Care) – Curriculum A
  • Bachelor of Science in Social Work (Specialization in Community Health Care) Curriculum B – with 21 units of Education

SOCIAL WORKERS:

  • Popular advocates of child protection, gender-based initiatives human rights and social justice
  • Competent community development workers
  • Effective facilitators of human relationships at home, in workplace and in communities
  • Good policy makers
  • Excellent administrators

HELP BUILD LIVES… BE AN ESCOLARIAN SOCIAL WORKER!!!

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • Use supervision to develop critical self-reflective practice for personal and professional growth
  • Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and attitudes in engaging in a generalist helping process and planned change process for therapeutic, protective, preventive, and transformative processes
  • Analyze critically the origin, development, and purposes of social work in the Philippines
  • Critique the impacts of global and national socio-cultural inadequacies, discrimination, and oppression on quality of life
  • Apply knowledge of human behavior and social environment with emphasis on the person-in-situation dynamic for social work assessment and intervention
  • Critique social welfare policies, programs, and services of the locality, country, and/or region in terms of relevance, responsiveness, accessibility, and availability to target populations
  • Engage in advocacy work to promote socio-economic and cultural rights and well-being
  • Generate resources for networking and partnership development
  • Identify with the social work profession and conduct oneself in accordance with social work values and ethical principles
  • Engage in social work practices that promote diversity and difference in client systems
  • Use supervision to develop critical self-reflective practice for personal and professional growth
  • Produce a portfolio of recordings, case studies, and other social work documentation to reflect the quality and progress of practice.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Social Welfare Attaché in Foreign Countries (through the office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development)
  • Social Workers in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), like San Miguel Corporation, SM Foundation, Ayala Foundation, etc.
  • Social Workers in government agencies, like DSWD
  • Social Workers in International Organizations, like UNICEF, SAVE THE CHILDREN-UK, USA, PLAN International, etc.
  • Social Workers in Local Government Units (LGUs)
  • Social Workers in Media Institutions, like ABS-CBN’s Bantay Bata 163; GMA7 Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
  • Social Workers in non-government agencies, like Philippine Mental Health Association, Hospicio de San Jose, White Cross, etc.
  • Social Workers in the medical setting, like Makati Medical Center, St. Luke’s Hospital, Manila Doctors Hospital, Philippine Heart Center, National Center for Mental Health, Philippine General Hospital,
  • Social Workers in the Supreme Court, Parole and Probation Office and family courts.

 

BACHELOR OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • Demonstrate with mastery the basic skills of technical services: indexing and descriptive cataloging (basic bibliographic data) of information resources in print
  • Manifest a mastery of information and communication technology in the retrieval of information needed by users from various online full-text databases, search engines, and/or information agencies
  • Demonstrate reference skills that recommend, interpret, evaluate, and/or use information resources to help users and the community meets particular information needs
  • Apply the wide range of strategies in instructing users in the selection of appropriate tools and techniques for finding information sources/information literacy
  • Employ a variety of access tools and strategies for assistance and instruction in the use of the library resources and facilities at Reader’s Services
  • Demonstrate analytical skills and information literacy in creating abstracts, pathfinders, subject bibliographies, and employ the indexing techniques in creating access points to aid information retrieval from the library collection
  • Practice the professional and ethical principles/standards of the library profession

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Abstractor
  • Academic Librarianship
  • Acquisition Librarian (Academic, Corporate, Public, School, and Special Libraries)
  • Archives and special collections librarian
  • Archiving / Special Collections / Records Management
  • Cataloger
  • Children’s librarian
  • College Librarian
  • Competitive intelligence analyst
  • Data Curation
  • Database Administration/ Development
  • Digital librarianship
  • Digital Youth / Children’s Librarianship
  • Electronic resource librarian
  • Indexer
  • Information architect / Taxonomy
  • Information officer
  • Internet trainer
  • Knowledge management specialist
  • Knowledge Organization
  • Law librarianship
  • Learning resource center librarian
  • Librarian and media specialist
  • Medical Librarianship
  • Program consultant

Deans and Academic Heads

Dr. Ma. Rita D. Lucas
Dean, School of Education—Liberal Arts—Music—Social Work
mrlucas@ceu.edu.ph


3rd Flr. Carmen de Luna Hall
Centro Escolar University
9 Mendiola St.,
San Miguel, Manila City
(+63)2 8735-6861 to 71 loc. 223 and 247
(+63)2 8735-9662

Faculty Profile

Permanent Faculty:

 

  • Ayran, Angelito E., Jr.

Master of Arts in Music major in Choral Conducting

University of Sto. Tomas

 

Bachelor of Music major in Music Education

University of Sto. Tomas

 

  • Balsamo, Jude Edgard C.

Master of Arts in Music

University of Sto. Tomas

 

Bachelor of Music major in Piano (Cum Laude) / Bachelor of Music major in Composition (Cum Laude, With Distinction)

St. Scholastica's College

 

  • Bautista, Romina G. 

Master of Arts in Psychological Services major in Professional Practice

Assumption College

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Assumption College

 

  • Coquia, Flordeliza E. 

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in English Literature

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Arts in English

Pangasinan State University

 

  • De Leon, Julius O.

Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Ditan, Joseph Linford A.

Doctor of Business Administration

Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology

 

Master of Arts in Business Administration

The Philippine Women's University

 

Bachelor of Science in Zoology

University of the East

 

  • Fontanilla, Crisanta T.

Master of Arts in Philippine Studies

De La Salle University

 

Bachelor of Arts

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Gabano, Dante B.

Master of Arts in Education major in Administration and Supervision

The National Teacher's College

 

Bachelor of Science in Education major in English and Social Science

The National Teacher's College

 

  • Galang, Sharon K. 

Doctor of Philosophy major in Filipino

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

Master of Arts major in Filipino (With Honors)

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Filipino minor in Values Education

Far Eastern University

 

  • Guerrero, Edna C.

Master of Arts in Psychology

Manuel L. Queson University

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Manuel L. Queson University

 

  • Hipolito, Lorenzo S., Jr.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Educational Management

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Education major in History

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Javellana, Valeriano D'Ariel J.

Master of Arts in Education major in Religious Education

De La Salle University

 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

The National Teacher's College

 

  • Lee, Josephine G.

Master of Arts in Psychology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science major in Psychology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Lucas, Maria Rita D.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Educational Management (Excellence in Research Award)

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Psychology (With Highest Academic Distinction)/ Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education major in Special Education

Centro Escolar University

St. Joseph's College of Quezon City

 

Bachelor of Science major in Psychology (Magna Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Lucero, Rosana D.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Southeast Asian Studies

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in English Literature

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Education major in Communication Arts in English

Pamantasan ng Lusngosd ng Maynila

 

  • Lumarque, Lilian M. 

Master in Business Education

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Secretarial Studies

Polythecnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Nuguid, Virginia P.

Master of Arts in Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

The Philippine Women's University

 

  • Olaer, Carlito B.

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management

 

Master of Arts in Theology

 

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy/ Bachelor in Sacred Theology

 

  • Ong, Erlinda G.

Doctor in Business Administration

Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology

 

Master in Business Administration major in General Management

Manuel L. Queson University

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Finance

Manuel L. Queson University

 

  • Opina, Arlene S.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in English Literature

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

Ateneo De Zamboanga

 

  • Pablo, Lolita D.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Social Work

Asian Social Institue, Inc.

 

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

St. Bridget's College

 

  • Pegenia,Divina Gracia P.

Master of Arts in English Literature

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in English Literature

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Rillo, Richard M. 

Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics major in English

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English

National Teacher's College

 

  • Roldan, Jude Ralph B.

Master of Arts in Music Education (for comprehensive examination)

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Music in Piano (Magna Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Rosales, Ricky R.

Master in Communication

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

AB Mass Communication

Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas (LPU-Batangas formerly Lyceum of Batangas)

 

  • Sakay, Lani E.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Business Management

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Public Administration/ Master of Science in Information Technology

University of the East 

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science major in Political Science

University of the East

 

  • Santos, Ruth R.

Master of Arts in Economics

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Arts in Economics

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Tayag, Rose Aira Mae R. 

Master of Arts in Education (Childhood Education)

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Elementary Education specialization in Pre-School Education (Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Yap, Maria Marilou M.

Master of Arts in Teaching Administration and Supervision

Emilio Aguinaldo College

 

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Saint Louis University

 

Probationary:

 

  • Monserate, James Phillip M.

Master of Theology major in Sacred Theology

CICM Maryhill School of Theology

 

Bachelor of Arts major in Philosophy

Adamson University

 

  • Nalam, Ruel M.

Master of Arts major in Pastoral Ministry

Ateneo de Manila University

 

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

University of San Carlos

 

  • Roldan, Maria Theresa V.

Master of Arts in Music

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Music major in Music Education

University of Santo Tomas

 

Fixed-Term:

 

  • Cañafranca, Gylmore R.

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

Mt. St. Aloysius College Seminary

 

  • Corpuz, Ian Gabriel T.

Bachelor of Music

Centro Escolar University

 

  • De Guzman, Dominic S.

Master of Education major in Religious and Values

De La Salle University     

 

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

Mt. St. Aloysius College Seminary

 

  • Del Rosario, Roy John R.

Bachelor of Arts in Classical Philosophy

Maria Assumpta Seminary

 

  • Fojas, Francisco R.

Master in Public and Business Administration

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

Bachelor of Political Science

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Gacelo, Rolly H.

Master of Arts major in History

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

Bachelor in Journalism

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Galvez, Alma Joy F.

Master of Arts in Political Science

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

  • Morrondoz, Ryan R.

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Quintana, Aldrin Mark M.

Juris Doctor (Salutatorian)

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science

Centro Escolar University

 

  • So, Karen C.

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Far Eastern University

 

  • Valdenarro, Jr. , Rodolfo B.

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Social Studies

Laguna State Polytechnic University

 

Lecturer:

 

  • Almirañez, Lucila A.

Bachelor of Arts major Psychology 

Centro Escolar University 

 

  • Alfornon, Ma. Austregelina E.

Master of Arts in Music (Magna Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Music major in Voice

St. Scholastica's College

 

  • Arlante, Salvacion M.

Master of Science in Library Science

 

Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service

University of the Philippines

 

  • Azcona, Noel P.

Bachelor of Music in Voice

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Caaway, Jose Benjamin G.

Bachelor of Music in Violin

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Cama, Rose Belle D.

Bachelor of Music in Music Education (Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Music major in Cello (Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • De Vera, Edralin

Master of Arts in Education major in Social Science education

National Teachers College

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Social Studies

Universidad De Manila

 

  • Delgado, Lester Frederick G.

Master of Music major in Choral Conducting

Saint Paul University Manila

 

Bachelor of Music major in Conducting

University of Santo Tomas      

 

  • Domingo, Julianne S.

Master of Arts major in Teaching

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Arts major in Communication Arts

St. Paul University

 

  • Echipare, Jr., Mario T.

Bachelor of Music major in Guitar

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Garcia, Ma. Elena F.

Master in Social Work (With Specialization in Social Work Practice in Health Care)

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

  • Garcia, Leonor Grace Q.

Master of Music in Piano

Elizabeth University of Music, Japan

 

Bachelor of Music major in Piano

St. Scholastica's College

 

  • Gilongo, Randy I.

Master of Music in Voice

Elizabeth University of Music

 

Bachelor of Music major in Voice

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Gueverra, Cleo Angelo G.

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Gumba, John Dale C.

Bachelor of Arts major in Mass Communication - Broadcast (Magna Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Jazul, Noreen Izabel A.

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication major in Journalism

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Joson, Amaryllis O.

Bachelor of Science in Education major in Library Science

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Laurio, Ma. Jesusa M.

Master of Arts major in Library Science

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Library Science/ Certificate of Proficiency as Library Technician

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Luntayao, Rosauro R.

Master of Arts in Psychology

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

  • Madera, Nickolene Joey H. 

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication - Broadcast (Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University 

 

  • Melad, Teresita T.

Master of Science in Social Work

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Nool, Jr., Valentino D.

Bachelor in Broadcast Communication

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Nuguid, Maria Patricia S.

Bachelor of Arts major in Mass Communication - Broadcast

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Panganiban, Joseph Christian L.

Master of Music

Elizabeth University Music

 

Bachelor of Music in Bassoon

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Pascual, Nancy C.

Master of Arts in Education major in Special Education

Philippine Normal University

 

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education major in Agricultural Economics

Mariano Marcos State University

 

  • Reboroso, Corazon C.

Doctor of Communication

University of the Philippines

 

Master in Management

Philippine Christian University

 

Master in Communication (Thesis Program)

University of the Philippines

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication major in Broadcast

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Reusora, Milagros S.

Master of Government Management

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

  • Reyes, Rigoberto P.

Master of Music

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Music major in Music Education

University of the Philippines

 

  • Reyes, Ruben F.

Master of Arts in Music (SumaCum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Music major in Guitar

University of Santo Tomas 

 

  • Reyes, Jr., Benjamin T.

Bachelor of Music in Piano

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

University of the East

 

  • Roco, Margarita L.

Master of Music

Southern Methodist University (Dallas, Texas)

 

Bachelor of Music major in Voice (Magna Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Romana, James Rodney R.

Doctor in Business Administration

Colegio de San Juan de Letran

 

Master in Business Administration - Top Executive Program

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

University of the Philippines - Diliman

 

  • Santos, Lexter Deo D. 

Teacher's Diploma in Music

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Suerte Felipe, Cecilia M.

Doctor in Public Administration

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

Master in Communication (Thesis Program)

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

Bachelor of Arts major in Mass Communication - Journalism

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Victorino, Victor A.

Master in Church Music

Berlin University of the Arts

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Sacred Music

Archbishop School of Church Music Berlin, Germany

 

  • Yu, Von Ryan E.

Master of Music

Bowling Green State University

 

Bachelor of Music in Voice

University of Santo Tomas

Linkages

EDUCATION

  • PROJECT FORTH-Formation of Teachers in Challenged Areas with Groningen University, The Netherlands 
  • Department of Education Manila Division
    • Librada Avelino Elementary School
    • Marcela Agoncillo Elementary School
    • Geronimo A. Santiago Elementary School
  • Private Schools
    • Little Presidents Learning Palace 
    • Mary’s Road Center for Development and Learning 
    • Learning and Beyond Childcare and Intervention Center
    • Centro Escolar Integrated School
    • Paco Catholic School
  • Public Schools
    • Dr. Albert Elementary School
    • Legarda Elementary School
    • Victorino Mapa High School
    • Araullo High School
  • Dewey International University-Battamba City, Cambodia 
  • Philippine National Research Center for Teacher Quality PNU-RCTQ (Curriculum Quality Audit)
  • Philippine National Research Center for Teacher Quality PNU-RCTQ (Prototype Syllabi)
  • Association of Southeast Asian Teacher Education Network (AsTEN)
  • Organizations
    • Philippine Association for Teachers and Educators
    • The Teachers Library

 

COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

  • Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP)
  • Aliw Broadcasting Corporation-DWIZ 882
  • Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) News and Information Bureau (NIB)-Philippines News Agency (PNA)
  • Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
  • Department of Science and Technology-Science and Technology Information Institute (DOST-STII)

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

  • Asia Studies Association of the Philippines (ASIA-PHIL)
  • Association of Political Science Students association of the Philippines (APSOP)
  • Ateneo Center for Asian Studies (ACAS)
  • Office of the Vice President of the Philippines
  • Office of the Ombudsman
  • Department of Justice
  • Department of Labor and Employment
  • Office of the Government Corporate Counsel
  • Commission on Immigration and Deportation
  • Commission on Human Rights
  • Bureau of Immigration
  • Court of Appeals
  • Philippine Historical Association
  • Religious Educators Association of the Philippines


MUSIC

Cooperating Schools

  • St. Mary’s College
  • Holy Spirit School High School
  • Pio Del Pilar Elementary School
  • Dr. Albert Elementary School
  • Geronimo Santiago Elementary School
  • Legarda Elementary School
  • RSL (Rockschool Ltd.)


SOCIAL WORK

  • Public Welfare Agencies/Institutions
    • Department of Social Welfare and Development
    • Manila Youth Reception Center
    • Local Government Units within the National Capital Region
  • Hospitals
    • Philippine General Hospital
    • National Center for Mental Health
    • Philippine Heart Center
    • National Children’s Hospital
    • San Lazaro Hospital
    • National Children’s Hospital
    • UST Hospital
    • Veterans Memorial Medical Center
    • Philippine Children's Medical Center
    • Jose Reyes Medical Center
    • St. Luke’s Medical Center
    • De los Santos Medical Center
  • Private Welfare Agencies/Institutions
    • Hospicio de San Jose
    • Asilo de San Vicente de Paul
    • White Cross
    • CRIBS Foundation, Inc.
    • End Child Prostitution in Asian Tourism (ECPAT)
    • Buklod Unlad ng Batangas Incorporated
  • Professional Organizations
    • National Association for Social Work Educations, Inc. (NASWEI)
    • Philippine Association for Social Workers, Inc. (PASWI)
    • Commission on Higher Education
    • Professional Regulation Commission
    • Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Schools
    • Asian Social Institute
    • Bicol University
    • Concordia College
    • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
    • Philippine Christian University
    • Philippine Women’s University
    • Saint Bridget College
    • St. Joseph’s College
    • St. Louis University
    • Universidad de Manila
    • University of the Philippines-CSWCD
    • University of Southern Philippines
    • Leyte Normal University-Social Work Department
  • International Organizations
    • Asia-Pacific Association for Social Work Education, Inc.
    • UNICEF

Laboratories and Facilities

  • Probe Room
    The Probe Room is where education students perform demonstration teaching as part of their training. Adjacent to the demonstration area is a viewing room where professors can observe their students’ progress.

 

  • Communication and Media Laboratory
    A fully functional TV studio complete with real production equipment gives students a firmer grasp of the workings of the television and broadcasting industry.

 

  • Tiongco Recital Hall
    Located right next to the music rooms is a recital hall where students are given convenient access for showcasing their artistic prowess in a sound-proof venue with superb acoustics and sound system.

 

  • Social Work Laboratory
    Students go out and conduct studies on various issues affecting children, women, laborers, and other sectors of society. Their researches are presented and discussed with their mentors and fellow students in this venue.

School Scholarships

This Scholarship grants are exclusive to SELAMS students aside from the University scholarships:  

 

CEU Alumni Foundation ELAMS Chapter Grant

These tuition fee grants are given to four (4) students of the CEU School of Education, Liberal Arts, Music, Social Work.

 

Grant Amount

An amount equivalent to the enrollment registration down payment or any amount approved by the ELAMS Alumni Chapter Board based on the availability of funds.

 

Qualifications


Applicant must:

  • Be a 3rd year or 4th year student with the full semestral load from the various programs under SELAMS;
  • Have no failing grades in the previous semester;
  • Be in need of financial assistance to be determined by the Dean which will be used as basis for recommendations to the ELAMS Alumni Chapter
  • Be willing to render service to the chapter, when the need arises.

 

Requirements

  • A letter of intent for financial assistance addressed to Education-Liberal Arts Music- Social Work Alumni Chapter to be recommended by the Dean.
  • An interview of the applicant will be done by the Chapter, if and when necessary.

 

Conditions

  • The grant may be renewed every school year (or every semester, depending on the availability of funds) provided that all the requirements of the grant are met.
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