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Schools and Programs

School of Science and Technology

The School of Science and Technology aims at developing the logical, creative, and critical thinking skills of its students; improving and enhancing their scientific and technological skills; strengthening their aesthetic and cultural values; and thus, preparing them to become productive and world-class professionals. Ultimately, they will be empowered to contribute to the quality of life in the world.

 

Students gain an understanding of the scientific concepts, principles, and applications through instruction, research, and community involvement. They are trained in analytical thinking, problem-solving, and communication; empowered to make a difference in any work setting, such as laboratory, school, hospital, or corporation. They are oriented and exposed to global issues to prepare them to assume leadership roles in their chosen field.

 

The School of Science and Technology paves the way to students' careers as science specialists, researchers, counselors, academic, corporate, and medical workers, and IT practitioners.

 

The School of Science and Technology is committed to being a strong arm of the university in fostering excellence in the pursuit of knowledge while engendering personal integrity and social responsibility.

 

MISSION

In line with CEU’s mission, the School of Science and Technology seeks for its clientele the following objectives:

  • To develop scientific and technical skills with world-class competency;
  • To be empowered with logical, critical, and creative thinking skills;
  • To appreciate, value, and live out man’s desirable potentialities, and
  • To become versatile and productive citizens in the global society.

Distinct Features

BS in Biology

  • ASEAN University Network (AUN) quality assessment certified
  • The FIRST Biology program with the HIGHEST LEVEL of accreditation, Level IV (re-accredited), by PACUCOA, as certified by FAAP
  • State-of-the-art science laboratories for instruction and research
  • Holistic curriculum that provides experiential learning through  ecological tours, fieldwork, and research 
  • Strong local and international industry and research agency linkages

 

BS in Cosmetic Science

  • The FIRST to offer BS and MS Cosmetic Science in the Philippines
  • An intensive practicum training program
  • Mentored by seasoned faculty with industry experience
  • Strong local and international industry linkages

 

BS in Psychology

  • ASEAN University Network (AUN) quality assessment certified
  • The FIRST Psychology program with the HIGHEST LEVEL of accreditation, Level IV (re-accredited), by PACUCOA, as certified by FAAP
  • An intensive practicum training program

 

BS in Computer Engineering 

  • Awarded Level 1 Accreditation status by PACUCOA, as certified by FAAP
  • State-of-the-art science and computer laboratories for instruction and research
  • With local and international practicum training program
  • Enhanced CPE Program through Animation, Robotics, and Game Development courses
  • Highly competent  faculty members with industry experiences
  • Comprehensive preparation for international certification examinations like CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE and JAVA SE CERTIFICATION
  • Curriculum Partners: AWS ACADEMY, CISCO, IBM, and ORACLE ACADEMY 


BS in Computer Science

  • Awarded Level 1 Accreditation status by PACUCOA, as certified by FAAP
  • State-of-the-art science and computer laboratories for instruction and research
  • With local and international practicum training program
  • Enhanced CPE Program through Animation, Robotics, and Game Development courses
  • Highly competent  faculty members with industry experiences
  • Preparation for Computer System Servicing and National Animation Certificates
  • Comprehensive preparation for international certification examinations like CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE and CLOUD COMPUTING CERTIFICATION
  • Curriculum Partners: AWS ACADEMY, CISCO, IBM, and ORACLE ACADEMY 

 

BS in Information Technology

  • Awarded Level 1 Accreditation status by PACUCOA, as certified by FAAP
  • State-of-the-art science and computer laboratories for instruction and research
  • With local and international practicum training program
  • Enhanced IT Program through Robotics, and Game Development courses
  • Highly competent  faculty members with industry experiences
  • Preparation for Computer System Servicing and National Animation Certificates
  • Comprehensive preparation for international certification examinations like CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE and CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROFESSIONAL
  • Curriculum Partners: AWS ACADEMY, CISCO, IBM, and ORACLE ACADEMY 

Academic Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology with Specialization in Microbiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Cosmetic Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Biology should be able to:

  1. Apply biological concepts and techniques in research, academe, industry, and medicine.
  2. Communicate clearly and concisely biological concepts, issues, and solutions to the scientific community and to the public.
  3. Adopt critical thinking skills in evaluating relevant Biological, Environmental and Medical issues
  4. Evaluate relevant scientific data and formulate effective judgment from it.
  5. Engage in scientific investigations, entrepreneurial activities, and environmental advocacy while demonstrating strong sense of ethical behavior.
  6. Work effectively with a multidisciplinary and multicultural team.
  7. Perform basic mathematical, and statistical computations and use appropriate technologies in the analyses of Biological data.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Research assistants
  2. Biological laboratory technicians in government agencies, museums, zoos, and aquaria, and private organizations
  3. Researcher in the industry involving product development, management, or inspection particularly in agriculture, biotechnology, food and nutrition, pharmaceutical, and other healthcare-related industries
  4. Teaching assistants in the college/university
  5. High School Biology teachers (those who are LET passers)
  6. Writer of science articles in newspaper, magazines, and books
  7. Assistants in the production of educational software or multimedia application and in the development of educational films and tv programs 
  8. Preservation and sales of biological specimens 
  9. Microbiologists in the hospital, food and beverage industry, and cosmetic industry

 


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COSMETIC SCIENCE 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Cosmetic Science should be able to:

  1. Use appropriate raw materials, processes and equipment to formulate cosmetic and toiletry products;
  2. Apply good manufacturing practices to ensure the safety and efficacy of formulated products;
  3. Apply the marketing principles and entrepreneurial skills in the operations of the cosmetic and toiletry industry, from product development to product retails;
  4. Conduct research on bioactives for cosmetics and toiletries from locally available sources;
  5. Work effectively and efficiently with multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  6. Engage in life-long learning, and keep updated with new trends and developments in cosmetics and toiletries;
  7. Demonstrate a caring attitude for the environment, and
  8. Apply local, ASEAN, and global laws and regulations concerning the manufacture and marketing of cosmetic and toiletry products. 

 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Skin Care/Cosmetic Formulator in Manufacturing Firm
  2. Researcher in R & D 
  3. Quality Control/Quality Assurance Staff
  4. Sales Personnel
  5. Professor/Educator
  6. Toller

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY 

​PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Psychology should be able to:

  1. Discuss and analyze the major psychological theories and concepts;
  2. Apply the methods of psychological inquiries and develop lifelong learning towards building knowledge on local culture and context;
  3. Utilize psychological theories and methods in personal and professional settings;
  4. Administer and interpret psychological test results, analyze cases and identify appropriate action and intervention in various settings;
  5. Value professional and ethical behaviour in research and practice;
  6. Construct and develop questionnaire items for purposes of psychological assessment and research; and
  7. Enhance self-reflection to develop empathic and effective communication that promotes the harmonious interpersonal relationship.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Human Resource: as a psychometrician, personnel assistant staff training and development, labour relations staff and other human resource management related occupations 
  2. Business: as customer relations, management trainee, marketing researcher, sales representative, advertising agent, public information officer, administrative assistant, and other management-related occupations 
  3. Research: as a research assistant for a psychologist at hospitals, universities and research institutions 
  4. Teaching: as a college professor in universities, pre-school teachers 
  5. Social Services: as community relation officer and mental health workers in non-government organization agencies which provide mental services to patients


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering should be able to:

  1. Apply  knowledge  of  mathematics and  science to solve complex engineering problems;
  2. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data;
  3. Design a system, component, or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability, in accordance with standards;
  4. Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams;
  5. Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems;
  6. Internalize and demonstrate professionalism with high ethical standards;
  7. Communicate effectively;
  8. Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a local and global, economic, environmental, and societal context;
  9. Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning to contemporary issues;
  10. Use techniques,  skills,  and  modern  engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments, and
  11. Apply skills necessary to design, configure, implement and maintain networks.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Project Engineer/Manager 
  2. Network Systems Administrator/Manager 
  3. Data Communications Engineer 
  4. Systems Engineer/Developer/Manager 
  5. Systems Analyst/Designer 
  6. Technical Support Engineer/Manager 
  7. Quality Assurance Engineer/Manager 
  8. Test Engineer 
  9. Technopreneur 
  10. Educator 
  11. Researcher 


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science should be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of computing fundamentals, knowledge of computing specialization, and mathematics, science, and domain knowledge appropriate for the computing models from defined problems and requirements;
  2. Identify, analyze, formulate research literature, and solve complex computing problems and requirements reaching substantiated conclusions using fundamental principles of mathematics, computing sciences, and relevant domain disciplines;
  3. Apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles and computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices;
  4. Used the knowledge gained in security issues and principles in relation to the design, development, and use of information systems;
  5. Design and evaluate solutions for complex computing problems, and design and evaluate systems, components, or processes that met specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, society, and environmental considerations;
  6. Create, select, adapt and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern computing tools to complex computing activities, with an understanding of the limitations to accomplish common goals;
  7. Collaborate effectively as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings;
  8. Communicate effectively with the computing community and with society at large about complex computing activities by being able to comprehend and write effective reports, design documentation, make effective presentations, and five and understand clear instructions;
  9. Apply legal, social, ethical, and professional issues involved in the utilization of computer technology and be guided by the adoption of appropriate professional, ethical, and legal practices;
  10. Adopt the necessary skills to practice independent learning for continual development as a computing professional;
  11. Design, configure, implement, and maintain networks, and
  12. Acquire skills necessary to lead in the development of technical requirements and solution in migrating organizational needs from in-house, to hybrid to cloud.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Applications Developer
  2. Computer Science Instructor
  3. Database Programmer / Designer
  4. Information Security Engineer
  5. Quality Assurance Engineer
  6. Researcher
  7. Systems Developer
  8. Systems Analyst

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology should be able to:

  1. Apply  knowledge  of computing, science, and mathematics appropriate to the discipline;
  2. Identify, analyze and use best practices and standards and their applications;
  3. Analyze complex problems, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution;
  4. Identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation, and administration of computer-based systems;
  5. Design, implement, and evaluate computer-based systems, processes, components or programs to meet desired needs and requirements under various constraints;
  6. Integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment effectively;
  7. Apply knowledge through the use of current techniques, skills, tools and practices necessary for the IT profession;
  8. Collaborate effectively with as a member or leader of a development team;
  9. Assist in the creation of an effective IT project plan;
  10. Communicate effectively with the computing community and with the society at large about complex computing activities through logical writing, presentations, and clear instructions;
  11. Analyze the local and global impact of computing information technology on individuals, organization, and society;
  12. Apply professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues in improving performance and as a foundation for continuing professional development;
  13. Recognize the need for and engage in planning, self-learning, and professional development;
  14. Acquire skills necessary to design, configure, implement, and maintain networks, and
  15. Apply principles in security to defend information systems from unauthorized access, modification, and or destruction.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  1. Applications Developer
  2. Database Administrator
  3. Entrepreneur in the IT Industry
  4. Information Security Administrator
  5. Information Technology Instructor
  6. Network Administrator
  7. Network Engineer
  8. Systems Analyst
  9. Technical Support Specialist
  10. Test Engineer
  11. Web Administrator / WebMaster
  12. Web Developer

Deans and Academic Heads

  • Dr. Julieta Z.  Dungca
    Dean, School of Science and Technology
    jzdungca@ceu.edu.ph

    3rd Flr. Dentistry-Science Building
    Centro Escolar University
    9 Mendiola St.,
    San Miguel, Manila
    (+63)2  8735-6861 to 71 loc. 212
    (+63)2  8736-2997

  • Dr. Alicia I. Yu
    OIC, Biological Sciences Department
    ayu@ceu.edu.ph

    2nd Flr. CAH Building
    Centro Escolar University
    9 Mendiola St.,
    San Miguel, Manila
    (+63)2  8735-6861 to 71 loc. 253

  • Dr. Eliza B. Ayo
    Head, Computer Education Department
    ebayo@ceu.edu.ph

    2nd Flr. Information Science Center Building
    Centro Escolar University
    9 Mendiola St.,
    San Miguel, Manila
    (+63)2  8735-6861 to 71 loc. 306

  • Ms. Aleli V. Lozano
    Head, Physical Sciences and Mathematics Department
    avlozano@ceu.edu.ph

    2nd Flr. CAH Building
    Centro Escolar University
    9 Mendiola St.,
    San Miguel, Manila
    (+63)2  8735-6861 to 71 loc. 226

  • Dr. Dorothea C. Dela Cruz
    Head, Psychology Department
    dcdelacruz@ceu.edu.ph

    3rd Flr. Dentistry-Science Building
    Centro Escolar University
    9 Mendiola St.,
    San Miguel, Manila
    (+63)2  8735-6861 to 71 loc. 296

Faculty Profile

Permanent Faculty:

 

  • Adriano, Joan S.

Master of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science major in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Aguilar, Rhoda C.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Education major in Mathematics (Magna Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Alata, Eden Joy P.

Master of Science in Biology

De La Salle University

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology (Magna Cum Laude)

University of the East

 

  • Albelda, Jocelyn C.

Master of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Ayo, Eliza B.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Education major in Administration and Supervision/ Master of Information Technology

The National Teacher's College/ Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Education major in Computer Education

The National Teacher's College

 

  • Basco,   Maria Hedley A.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

  • Bautista, Remy A.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Mathematics Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science major in Mathematics

University of the East

 

  • Bernardo, Erlinda I.

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Bundalian, Jean Paul G.

Master of Science in Science Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Far Eastern University

 

  • Bustamante, Rosemarievic A.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Business Management

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Public Administration

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service

Lyceum of the Philippines

 

  • Ching, Maricar W.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Biological Sciences

University of Santo Tomas

 

Master of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Co, Welyn R.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Teaching

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

University of San Agustin-Iloilo City

 

  • Cobar, Emely C.

Master of Science in Chemistry

De La Salle University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

  • Cortez, Crystalynne D.

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Technological University of the Philippines

 

Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

  • Costuna, Edna T.

Master of Arts in Psychology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science major in Psychology (Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University

 

  • De Chavez, Jose A.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Technology Management

Technological University of the Philippines

 

Master of Arts in Industrial Engineering Management

Polytechnic University of the Philippines               

 

Bachelor of Science in Electronics Communication Engineering

Feati University

 

  • Dela Cruz, Dorothea C.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Psychology and Guidance

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Psychology

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Magna Cum Laude)

De La Salle-Araneta University

 

  • Duad, Nadine D.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Psychology and Guidance

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Education

Philippine Normal University

 

Bachelor of Arts major in Sociology

University of the East

 

  • Dungca, Julieta Z.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Biology

De La Salle University

 

Master of Science in Biology

De La Salle University

 

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology (Magna Cum Laude)

Martinez Memorial Colleges

 

Esposo, Chona G.

Master of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Far Eastern University

 

  • Gonzales, Maria Theresa C.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Teaching

Centro Escolar University

 

Doctor of Dental Medicine

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Jotic, Rommel N.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Educational Management

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Teaching

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

Adamson University

 

  • Lanto, Marilou M.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Teaching Biological Sciences

Far Eastern University

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Far Eastern University

 

  • Lopez, Maria Asuncion A.

Master of Arts in Education major in Administration and Supervision

Meycauayan College

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Pamantasang Normal ng Pilipinas

 

  • Lozano, Aleli V.

Master of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Magnaye, Agnes S.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Science Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Education

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

Bachelor of Science in Biology     Adamson University

 

  • Mamorno, Aida L.

Master of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Mijares, Teresita S.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Adamson University

 

  • Parungao, Renata Raymunda F.

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Peralta, Raymond L.

Master of Science in Information Technology

Rizal Technological University

 

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Cum Laude)

Surigao State College of Technology

 

  • Perez, Teresa R.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

 

Master of Arts in Biology

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

 

  • Ramirez, Eufrecina Jean R.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Science Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Biology Education

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Rañola, Rey Alfred G.

Master of Science in Chemistry

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Raqueño, Avelina R.

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Mathematics Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Education major in Mathematics (Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Reyes, Rachael V.

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Romero, Imelda R.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Science Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Santonia, Josephine F.

Master of Arts in Psychology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Santos, Jennifer L.

Master of Arts in Education major in Mathematics Education/ Master in Information Technology

New Era University/ Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

University of the East

 

  • Santos, Lordy Angelo C.

Master of Arts in Industrial Psychology

Rizal Technological University

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Cum Laude)

Dominican College

 

  • Separo, Perla P.

Master of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Solas, Generose B.

Master of Science in Biological Sciences (Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Far Eastern University

 

  • Subida, Marietta D.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Psychology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Tayag, Loida C.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology/ Bachelor of Arts in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Valin, Haidee M.

Master in Management/ Master in Information Technology

Technological University of the Philippines/ Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics major in Programming

Polythecnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Viray, Jocelyn R.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Psychology and Guidance

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Behavioral Science

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Adamson University

 

  • Virgino, Maria Teresa M.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Science in Biological Sciences

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Philippine Normal University

 

  • Yabut, Erna V.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Mathematics Education (With Highest Academic Distinction)

 

Master of Science in Mathematics Education (With Highest Academic Distinction)

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics

 

  • Yu, Alicia I.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Science Education

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Arts in Science Education

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

Bachelor of Science in Biological Science

University of the East

 

Probationary Faculty:

 

  • Dayag, Jarah Victoria R.

Master of Arts major in Clinical Psychology

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science

University of Santo Tomas

 

Fixed-Term Faculty:

 

  • Lapasaran, Jake M.

Bachelor of Science major in Biology (Magna Cum Laude)

Far Eastern University

 

  • Llovido, Sitty Sarah E.

Master of Science in Chemistry Education

Ateneo de Manila University

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Chemistry

Philippine Normal University

 

  • Magbitang, Michael Lino A.

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Obinguar, Sarah-Lou N.

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Salazar-Pascua, Maria Kristina M.

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Segovia, Adrian M.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Cum Laude)

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Toledo, Nhoriel I.

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics, Minor in Physics (Cum Laude)

University of the Philippines

 

Lecturer Faculty:

 

  • Cruz, Joel H.

Master of Information Technology

Technological University of the Philippines

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

 

  • Deocaris, Rommel H.

Master of Arts in Computer Education

AMA University

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Far Eastern University

 

  • Ligon, Leo Lino S.

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Pharmacy

University of the Philippines

 

  • Mirabueno, Maria Concepcion A.

Master of Engineering major in Computer Engineering

Adamson University

 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

Adamson University

 

  • Moya, Esperanza                                                                                                          

 

  • Ramirez, Jan Jeffrey R.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Centro Escolar University

Linkages

  • University of Malaya (KL, Malaysia)
  • Walailak University (Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand)
  • Bangkok Laboratory
  • North Chiang Mai University (Hang Dong, Thailand)
  • Manose Health and Beauty Research Center
  • AWS Academy
  • CISCO Networking Academy
  • Oracle Academy
  • International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

Laboratories and Facilities

  • Biological Sciences Laboratories
    The Biological Sciences laboratories which cater laboratory classes for Biological Sciences like Botany, Genetics and Anatomy and Physiology are located on the 2nd floor of Pilar Hidalgo Lim (PHL) and Fernando Salas Hall (FSH) buildings. Microbiology and zoology classes are held on the 4th floor of the Generosa de Leon Science Center (GDLSc) building.  All of the mentioned laboratory rooms are equipped with the required apparatus, equipment, chemicals and supplies needed for instruction purposes.

 

  • Centennial Research Laboratory
    The Centennial Research Laboratory is found at Concepcion Aguila Hall (CAH) 3rd floor which houses state-of-the-art instruments and equipment like PCR, Fluorescence Photomicroscope,  and DNA Extraction Kits and enough apparatus, chemicals, and supplies both for instruction and research.  The laboratory is under the supervision of the expert - Coordinator for  Research and Facilities as varied laboratory services are rendered such as research critiquing, research protocol improvement, consultation on research interpretation provided with IACUC and IERC approval. and the authorization approval for the use of equipment and apparatus by the outside researchers and the mentioned services above as well. 

 

  • Computer Laboratory
    These computers have access to the internet and are installed with the latest software which students can use in their researches and to update themselves with the latest trends in information technology.

 

  • Cosmetic Science Instrumentation Room
    Students are given access to advanced instruments used in cosmetics manufacturing companies as well as the expertise of their professors who are accomplished industry practitioners.

 

  • Psychology Laboratory
    The Psychology Laboratory provides the venue for the hands-on practice and application of psychological principles for Psychology majors. The laboratory provides flexible space and can be transformed according to the course requirements and the user’s objectives, i.e.., psychological testing, the conduct of experiments, observations, group dynamics exercises, simulation of counselling sessions, demonstrations, mini-seminars, conferences or workshops. A one-way mirror facilitates observation and feedback of learning.

School Scholarships

Special Scholarship for Public School Graduates of Senior High School for the following program:

  • BS Biology
  • BS Cosmetic Science
  • BS Computer Engineering
  • BS Computer Science

 

  • School of Science and Technology Scholarship
    This scholarship grants a 50% discount on tuition fee for a student who is not a recipient of any other scholarship, provided he/she has a weighted average rating of 1.75 or higher for a minimum of 15 units.

  • CEU Alumni Foundation School of Science and Technology Chapter Scholarship
    This scholarship grants PhP 2,000.00 for a student who is not a recipient of any other scholarship, provided the weighted average rating for a minimum of 15 units is 1.75 and with no failing grades. One scholarship shall be awarded to deserving (6) junior students for each degree course
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