Programs Offered (SCITECH)

Bachelor of Science in:

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

Graduate Diploma in:

  •     Data Analytics

Master in:

  • Information Technology

Master of Science in:

  •     Biology
  •     Cosmetics Science
  •     Guidance & Counseling
  •     Mathematics Education
  •     Psychology
  •     Science Education

Doctor of Philosophy in:

  •     Guidance and Counseling
  •     Mathematics Education
  •     Psychology (with specialization in Industrial/Organizational Psychology)
  •     Science Education
Program Description
BS Biology is a four-year program that seeks to develop students in the field of Biological Sciences to become competent, holistic and skilled professionals who can serve as researchers, educators, environmentalists, biological laboratory technician, biomedical specialist and museum curator. Furthermore, it provides a strong and adequate foundation for future endeavours in medical and graduate studies. The students enrolled in this program has an option to take 18 units in Education that would prepare them for the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). Quality delivery of Biology curriculum is attested by being the first to be granted the highest level of Accreditation, Level IV second reaccreditation by PACUCOA as certified by FAAP, in addition to the certification earned from the ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance.
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Biology should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the basic principles and concepts in biology to real-life situations;
  2. Apply the knowledge of biology to conserve natural resources;
  3. Perform basic biological and chemical techniques in laboratory or fieldwork research settings;
  4. Communicate ideas, problems and solutions, both oral and written, to other scientists, decision-makers and the public;
  5. Apply critical thinking skills in solving problems and appreciate the limitations and applications of science in everyday life;
  6. Interpret relevant scientific data and make judgments that include a reflection on relevant scientific and ethical issues;
  7. Manifest a strong sense of ethical behaviour as a person and as professionals;
  8. Work effectively in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  9. Acquire knowledge of contemporary issues and critically assess current views and theories in various areas of the biological sciences,
  10. Demonstrate a caring attitude by joining advocacy campaigns for the environment, and
  11. Perform basic mathematical and statistical computations and use appropriate technologies in the analysis of data and in pattern recognition, generalization, abstraction, critical analysis and problem-solving using biological data.
Program Description
To meet the high demand of the industry and the academe, the new BS Biology program of CEU has been enriched with specialized courses in Microbiology. The program aims to produce professionals who are equipped to deliver research and diagnostic services in institutions and industries on food and beverage, veterinary, pharmaceutical, environmental, medical and academic settings. This four-year degree program with one summer is compliant with CHED CMO 49 Series of 2017. The program is enriched with 32 units Microbiology specialization courses that allow students to study various microorganisms like bacteria, virus, protozoan parasites and fungi and qualifies them to take the examination given by the Philippine Academy of Microbiologists and become Registered Microbiologist. Its curriculum gives students the option to take 18 units educational courses to prepare them for the Licensure Examination for Teachers and become Biology/Microbiology teachers. The program also gives the students an opportunity to postgraduate education in biology such as MS Biology, MS Microbiology and other allied fields. The program provides students with a rich training experience for their International practicum in University of Malaya (KL, Malaysia) and Walailak University (Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand) and in local affiliates such as UP Marine Science Institute Bolinao Marine Science Laboratory, National Museum, De La Salle University-Manila and Polytechnic University of the Philippines.
 
Program Outcomes
  1. Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the basic principles and concepts in Biology and Microbiology
  2. Perform basic biological and microbiological techniques in laboratory or fieldwork research settings;
  3. Communicate ideas, problems and solutions, both oral and written, to other scientists, decision-makers and the public;
  4. Interpret relevant scientific data and make judgments that include a reflection on relevant scientific and ethical issues;
  5. Manifest a strong sense of ethical behaviour as a person and as professionals;
  6. Work effectively in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams;
  7. Acquire knowledge of contemporary issues and critically assess current views and theories in various areas of the biological sciences,
  8. Perform basic mathematical and statistical computations 

Program Description

This four-year program is designed to serve the demand of the cosmetic industry by enabling students to understand the concept and develop the technique in formulating cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances.  It further provides the students with entrepreneurial skills to prepare them in running their own cosmetic business after graduation. It offers an intensive practicum training program in the local and international industry, academic institution and research institutes like Bangkok Laboratory,  North Chiang Mai University and Manose Health and Beauty Research Center, Stalder group of companies, VMV, Belo, Amchem and  Dermpharma.  The students are required to have 300 hours laboratory training in the field of cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances aside from the undergraduate research which enables them to discover new cosmetic bioactives and raw materials in creating a new cosmetic product.  The program being rich in Chemistry courses likewise prepares the graduates to take the Chemical Technology Examination. To date, CEU is the first and the only university that offers BS Cosmetic Science in the Philippines.

 
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. 

Program Description

The BS in Psychology program is designed to provide students with a broad foundation of psychological concepts and principles that will prepare them as psychometricians, behavioural scientists, teachers, and practitioners in psychology. Graduates of this course are also qualified to enter medicine proper. The program provides opportunities for students to develop meaningful values and behaviours that lead to an enriched quality of human life, be aware of their social responsibility in applying their psychological knowledge to confront, influence, and redesign themselves and their environment towards positive and creative transformations, and explore traditional and visionary ways of effective behaviour in a world of rapid changes. Aside from being the first to be granted the highest level of accreditation, Level IV second reaccredited status by PACUCOA as certified by FAAP, CEU BS Psychology program is ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance certified.  

 
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.
Research Activities

 

Program Description

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering is a four-year course that makes students apply engineering principles and methodologies in the analysis, design, implementation, and management of hardware, software, and the integration of both. The curriculum is anchored in CMO 87 Series 2017 and enhanced through the suggestions of industry partners, faculty and alumni.  At the end of the course, students are expected to be ready for Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Certification and JAVA SE Certification.  The program is equipped with skills needed in Animation, Robotics, and Game Development.  It also offers career growth through the local and international practicum.  The program is Level I PACUCOA accredited and has an affiliation with recognized industry companies such as IBM, Amazon Web Services Academy, CISCO Networking Academy and Oracle Academy.

 
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.
Program Description
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science is a four-year program that focuses on the study of concepts and theories, algorithmic foundations, implementation, and application of information and computing solutions. Additional subjects were incorporated in the curriculum to produce graduates that are ready for the Cisco Certified Network Associate Certification (CCNA) and CompTIA Cloud+ certification. Competencies needed for National Certification in Computer Systems Servicing and Animation were also included.  An opportunity for local and international practicum to practice the acquired skills is part of the program. Aside from being Level I PACUCOA accredited, BSCS program has a partnership with recognized companies such as IBM, Amazon Web Services Academy, CISCO Networking Academy and Oracle Academy.
 
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.
Program Description

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology­­ is a four-year program that focuses on the utilization of computers and computer software to plan, operate, and administer information technology infrastructures. The curriculum is equipped with the needed skills in Animation, Robotics, and Game Development. The course prepares students to be technology professionals through various training that leads to achieving CISCO Certified Network Associate, Certified Information Systems Security Professional and also competencies needed for National Certificates in Computer Systems Servicing and Animation. The course also offers career opportunities through the local and international practicum. Aside from being Level I PACUCOA accredited, BSIT program has an affiliation with recognized industry partners such as IBM, Amazon Web Services Academy, CISCO Networking Academy and Oracle Academy.

 
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 unauthorized access, modification and or destruction.
Program Description
The graduate diploma program is intended to provide professional development for those already working in various fields. It focuses on the data analytics as well as on the technical skills and tools required to analyze data.
 
Program Outcomes
The graduate of diploma in data analytics should be able to:
  1. Mine, process, and transform large data;
  2. Use appropriate models of analysis;
  3. Assess the quality of inputs;
  4. Analyze, interpret, and present processed data;
  5. Derive insights from results;
  6. Utilize the solution and results for effective decision making, and
  7. Interpret data findings effectively to any audience, orally, visually and in written formats.
Program Description
The Master in Information Technology provides emphasis on core computer and information technology concepts, theories and trends.  The program increases students’ competencies through modern practices techniques and principles to gain a competitive advantage in the IT field. Topics include computer networks, database systems and software engineering, systems analysis and design, electives and other courses that introduce to further develop their skills in problem-solving and apply knowledge gained in their respective companies.
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Master in Information Technology should be able to:
  1. Apply computer and information technology concepts, theories and trends to solve complex problems relevant to companies.
  2. Recommend appropriate technology to design, develop, and solve problems.
  3. Relearn computer and information technology concepts and theories to gain a deeper understanding and further develop innovative skills needed by the organization to succeed.
  4. Engage in continuing professional development and Network with other professionals from diverse backgrounds and companies
Program Description
CEU  MS Biology is a two-year graduate degree program that provides students with an opportunity to develop mastery of the Biological Concepts and Principles as they are applied in Biological Research and Investigation while manifesting the highest ethical standards in research. Students are required to produce research (thesis) paper with the aim of discovering new Biological concepts to address relevant environmental and biomedical issues. The program includes advanced courses in Microbiology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Ecology, Biotechnology, and Systematic Biology.  
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Master of Science in Biology should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate expertise in Biological concepts, principles, and procedures;
  2. Conduct scientific research in the laboratory and/or field settings using appropriate basic equipment and following standard protocol;
  3. Design experiments with appropriate control;
  4. Practice  the highest standard of professional and research ethics in the conduct of science;
  5. Adapt biometric principles to biological research following  experimental design;
  6. Interpret accurately the collected data from biological experiment;
  7. Effectively communicate original research both in writing and in oral presentation; and
  8. Judge the veracity and value of peer-reviewed research publications in Biology

Program Description

The Master of Science in Cosmetic Science program is designed to meet the demands of the cosmetic and toiletry industry for a workforce in Research and Development, Regulatory and Manufacturing including raw materials supplies and distribution. With the inclusion of courses like Fundamentals of  Accounting, Entrepreneurial Management, Legislations and Management and Operations in Cosmetic Industry in the Curriculum, graduates are equipped with knowledge and skills to start a business in cosmetic and toiletries.  

Program Outcomes

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

  1. demonstrate expertise in the art and science of formulating and manufacturing cosmetic, skin care and toiletry products;
  2. evaluate and use appropriate raw materials, processes and equipment for cosmetic, health care and  toiletry products; 
  3. apply local, regional and  global regulations concerning the manufacture, distribution and sales of cosmetic, skin care and  toiletry products
  4. perform accurately and comprehensively safety, stability and efficacy testings of formulated cosmetic and skin care products; 
  5. conduct researches on bioactives for cosmetics, skin care and toiletries using natural and locally available raw materials ;
  6. present research output in the field of cosmetics through research publication and oral presentation in local and foreign scientific conferences and health and wellness exhibits; and 
  7. apply entrepreneurial skills in the operation of small scale cosmetic, skin care and toiletry industry from product development up to product retail.
Program Description
The program is designed to provide an in-depth study of counselling theories, techniques, attitudes and skills that will prepare students to work with individuals, groups, families in a variety of counselling settings. The course will also serve as preparation for their professional licensure exam.
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Master of Science in Guidance and Counseling should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the philosophies, theories, practices, techniques and tools for individuals and group counselling
  2. Demonstrate ability to deliver group interventions using contemporary theories of group process, functioning and counselling
  3. Demonstrate ability to design, implement, evaluate need-based, developmental and structured guidance & counselling programs, that provide preventive and crisis interventions for clients across settings.
  4. Articulate a philosophical/theoretical framework for career counselling
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of different psychological assessment tools necessary to enhance client career decision making 
  6. Know and abide with ethical standards in guidance & counselling
Program Description
The Master of Science in Mathematics Education emphasizes content and effective teaching practices/strategies between basic education and tertiary level mathematics. It is intended to deepen understanding of the mathematical concepts in the different learning levels and to provide an environment for research. The graduates of the program are trained in both the theoretical and practical aspects of mathematics education
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Master of Science in Mathematics Education should be able to:
  1. Show mastery in solving problems in the advanced areas of Mathematics;
  2. Communicate mathematical ideas with clarity and coherence, both written and verbally;
  3. Conduct researches for the advancement of profession or discipline and nation-building;
  4. Exhibit competence in teaching mathematics of different levels;
  5. Demonstrate knowledge and skills to pursue careers in academe, industry and government requiring mathematical skills and perspectives; and 
  6. Respond to changing student needs in a demanding society.
Program Description
The program is designed to equip students with broad psychological knowledge and skills that will hone them to become effective psychologists, researchers and mental health workers. The program will also prepare them for the licensure exam in psychology.  
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Master of Science in Psychology should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate literacy in the application and critical evaluation of theories, principles, concepts and new information in psychology;
  2. Apply the advanced methods of psychological inquiry in creating approaches to problem-solving in research and in professional practice;
  3. Value professional and ethical behaviour in the conduct of psychological research and practice;
  4. Conduct effectively psychological assessment, psychological intervention, and program development in various community and professional settings;
  5. Exhibit interest in acquiring advanced knowledge and skills for personal and professional growth;
  6. Express effectively the utilized psychological theories, principles, and concepts towards building knowledge on local culture and context; and, 
  7. Exhibit self-reflection skills to develop empathic and effective communication that promotes harmonious 
Program Description
MS Science Education program is a two-year graduate degree program intended for Science teachers for them to learn advanced knowledge and skills in teaching science concepts and pedagogy. The program requires students to come up with a thesis paper which has to be presented and submitted to any scholarly Science Education Journals for possible publication. 
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Master of Science in Science Education should be able to
  1. Demonstrate working in imparting knowledge and skills in doing science to make knowledge of the discipline interesting and relevant.
  2. Demonstrate mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline.
  3. Diagnose problems and evaluate options as basis for decision making.
  4. Lead in activities for theadvancement of Science Education
  5. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to Science Education
 
 
Program Description
The program is designed to develop competent and effective practitioners in the field of guidance and counselling. Students should be able to sharpen or improve their skills through a combination of coursework, advanced research, clinical counselling experience.
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Doctor of Philosophy in Guidance and Counseling should be able to:
  1. Demonstrates the ability to apply major counselling strategies to respond to the distinct needs of a special population.
  2. Demonstrates expertise associated with the practice of counselling in the following contexts: pastoral, family, group, crisis and trauma, and life stages transition.
  3. Promote well-being in human development and adjustment throughout the individual’s life span including career development. 
  4. Apply counselling models, interventions and methodology for counselling individuals, couples, families, individual and group with special needs, and elderly population.
  5. Value and promote professional and ethical behaviour in research and counselling practice.
Program Description
The PhD Mathematics Education program emphasizes the development of a deep understanding of theories, research and practice of mathematics education. The program is designed to produce individuals who have the advanced knowledge, competencies, and skills to develop the principles of teaching and learning mathematics and conduct, direct, and evaluate research related to the teaching and learning of mathematics. Graduates of this program are prepared to be faculty members in higher education institutions, researchers in both academic or non-academic institutions, or leaders in academic institutions, research facilities, or other settings in which mathematics education takes place. 
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education should be able to:
  1. Communicate requisite knowledge and skills in mathematics educations
  2. Relate philosophy and practices of Mathematics Education for effective teaching;
  3. Apply a range of mathematical tools to problems within mathematics and in other disciplines;
  4. Demonstrate ethical standards of Mathematics Education;
  5. Participate in course and curriculum development;
  6. Contribute to the continued improvement of teaching that utilizes research-based practices;
  7. Conduct research and/or advise researchers, and
  8. Disseminate mathematical knowledge and understanding through publications, seminars, classroom teaching, or other means.
Program Description
The program will provide students with psychological knowledge and skills needed to become an expert in the field of industrial/ organizational psychology. Their research abilities and assessment skills will also be trained to have a significant contribution to employee wellness and organizational effectiveness.   
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology (with specialization in Industrial/Organizational Psychology)should be able to:
  1. Demonstrate expertise in the application and critical evaluation of theories, principles, concepts and new information in industrial/organizational psychology.
  2. Apply the advanced theories and methods of psychological inquiry in problem-solving in research and in professional practice in industrial/organizational psychology.
  3. Value and promote professional ethical behaviour in the conduct of research and practice in industrial/organizational psychology.
  4. Conduct effective organizational assessment analysis; identifies organizational needs, and develops intervention programs to promote positive organizational change. 
  5. Acquire advance knowledge and skills for personal and professional growth in the field of industrial/organizational psychology.
  6. Utilize psychological theories, principles and concepts towards building knowledge on local organizational culture and context.
  7. Exhibit empathic and effective communication that promotes harmonious interpersonal relationship in the workplace.

 

Program Description
PhD in Science Education aims to prepare graduates of science courses to obtain a leadership position in science teaching, science education research and science teaching education.  The program emphasizes broad and deep familiarity on core science education areas of study, contemporary educational philosophies and educational research.
 
Program Outcomes
The graduates of Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education should be able to:
  1. Utilize theoretical knowledge in the various areas of Science Education;
  2. Apply higher-order skills and competence in solving problems relevant to Science Education;
  3. Undertake advanced researches in Science Education for the betterment of the profession, the society, and the world, and 
  4. Contribute to the pool of knowledge in various aspects of Science Education through intensive collaboration with other academic institutions, both local and abroad
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
 
Bachelor of Science in Biology
  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
Bachelor of Science in Biology with Specialization in Microbiology
  1.  Microbiologists in hospital, food and beverage industry, and cosmetic industry
  2. Biomedical scientists
  3. Biotechnologists
  4. Water quality scientist
  5. Research Scientist (Life Sciences)
  6. Food technologists
  7. Biotechnologists
Bachelor of Science in Cosmetic Science
  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
  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
  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
  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
  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
 
DIPLOMA AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS
 
Graduate Diploma in Data Analytics
  1. Data analyst
  2. Data scientist
  3. Solution analyst
Master in Information Technology
 
  1. IT Project Manager
  2. IT Consultant
  3. Chief Technology Officer
  4. Chief Information Officer
  5. IT Manager
  6. Computer Systems Analyst
Master of Science in Biology
  1. Researchers
  2. Cell/Molecular Biologists
  3. Ecologists
  4. Environmental Engineer
  5. Forensic Scientists
  6. Marine Biologists
  7. Science writers
Master of Science in Cosmetic Science
  1. R & D Specialist/Supervisor
  2. Cosmetic Science/Health & Wellness Educators/Specialists
  3. QC/Quality Assurance Supervisors/Specialists
Master of Science in Guidance and Counseling
  1. Registered guidance counsellor across settings both in private or government institutions
  2. Counsellor for elementary, high school, or college students
  3. School or Career counsellor 
  4. Teacher/Professor
  5. Researcher
  6. Substance abuse counsellor
  7. Family counsellor
  8. Couples counsellor
Master of Science in Mathematics Education
  1. Faculty members in primary, secondary, senior high school institutions and colleges or universities
  2. Researchers in academic and non-academic institutions
  3. Program Manager for Special Education
  4. Education Product Sales Consultants
  5. Mathematicians/Statisticians
  6. Textbook writer for mathematics books
  7. Operations Research analysts
  8. Quantitative analyst
  9. Math tutor
Master of Science in Psychology
  1. Industrial/school  psychologist 
  2. Employment counsellor
  3. Human resources analyst/manager
  4. Parole officer
  5. Psychology program manager
  6. Rehabilitation specialist 
  7. Behaviour analyst 
  8. Mental health project coordinator
  9. Childcare supervisor
  10. Researcher
  11. Employee trainer
  12. Public relations representative
Master of Science in Science Education
  1. Elementary or secondary school teachers
  2. School administrators
  3. Instructional coordinators
  4. Tutoring services
  5. College professor
PhD in Guidance and Counseling
  1. Administrator
  2. Graduate School Professor
  3. Program Development Consultant
  4. Consultant
  5. Resource speaker
PhD in Mathematics Education
  1. Postsecondary education administrators
  2. Operation research specialists
  3. Actuaries
  4. Mathematician/Statisticians
  5. Postsecondary Math Science Teachers 
  6. Faculty members in senior high school institutions and colleges or universities
  7. Researchers in academic and non-academic institutions
  8. Leaders in schools, universities, research facilities or other settings in which mathematics education takes place
  9. Textbook writer mathematics books
  10. Textbook consultant
  11. Editor of textbooks or other curriculum materials
  12. Editor of mathematics and mathematics education curriculum materials
  13. Operations Research analysts
  14. Quantitative analyst
PhD in Psychology (with specialization in Industrial/Organizational Psychology)
  1. Researcher
  2. Senior consultant
  3. Industrial-organizational psychologist
  4. University professor
  5. Human resources director
  6. Training and development director
PhD in Science Education
  1. Chief  Academic Officer
  2. Chief Learning Officer
  3. Training and Development Manager
  4. Education Administrator
  5. Social and Community Service Manager
  6. Postsecondary Teacher
  7. Survey Researchers