Programs Offered (SELAMS)

    Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

    Bachelor of Special Needs Education with Specialization in Early Childhood Education (BSNEd - ECE)

    Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd)

    Bachelor of Secondary Education major in

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science

    Bachelor of Elementary Education Specialization in

  • Pre-school Education
  • Special Education

   

    Bachelor of Arts Communication and Media

    Bachelor of Arts Communication and Media with 21 units of Education

    

    Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science

    Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science with 21 units of  Education

   

    Bachelor of Music

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

    Bachelor of Music – Music Education

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

    Secondary Teacher Certificate (STC) 18 units of Education

    Elementary Teacher Certificate (ETC) 18 units of Education

    

    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

 

    Bachelor of Library and Information Science

    Associate in Library and Information Science (ALAIS)

The CEU Education Program aims to develop teachers who:

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

D – esign appropriate learning environments (NCBTS Domain 2)

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

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

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

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

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

 

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

Description of the Program

     The 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 principleslearned in class.

 

Program Outcomes

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

 

  • Specific to Early Childhood Education
  1. Demonstrate high level of content and pedagogical knowledge
  2. Demonstrate appreciation for diversity
  3. Manifest collaborative skills
  4. Demonstrate innovative thinking
  5. Possess critical and problem-solving skills
  6. Advocate for children’s rights, equity, community, nationalism, and democratic ideas.
  7. Pursue lifelong learning

 

Strengths of the Program

  1. CHED Center of Excellence
  2. Level 4 Re Accredited Status
  3. Highly Competent and Qualified Faculty Members
  4. Strong Linkages with Professional Organizations
  5. State of the Art of Facilities
  6. Caring and Nurturing Environment
  7. Various Curricular and Co- Curricular Activities
  8. Active Community Outreach Program

 

Bachelor of Special Needs Education with Specialization in Early Childhood Education (BSNEd - ECE)

Description of the Program

     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.

 

Program Outcomes

  • Common to the discipline (Teacher Education)
  1. Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological and political contexts (PPST 1)
  2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/ discipline (PPST 1) 
  3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  5. Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national and global realities (PPST 7)
  8. 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)

 

Strengths of the Program

  1. CHED Center of Excellence
  2. Level 4 Re Accredited Status
  3. Highly Competent and Qualified Faculty Members
  4. Strong Linkages with Professional Organizations
  5. State of the Art of Facilities
  6. Caring and Nurturing Environment
  7. Various Curricular and Co- Curricular Activities
  8. Active Community Outreach Program

 

Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd)

Description of the Program

     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.

 

Program Outcomes

  • Common to the discipline (Teacher Education)
  1. Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological and political contexts (PPST 1)
  2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/ discipline (PPST 1) 
  3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  5. Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national and global realities (PPST 7)
  8. 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)
  1. Basic / Foundation: provide respectful and meaningful learning experiences and collaborative opportunities for students with additional needs and their families.
  2. Learner Development and Individual Learning Differences: Respond effectively to educational needs of students with additional needs.
  3. Learning Environments: Create safe, inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments for students with additional needs.
  4. Curricular Content Knowledge: Use knowledge of general and specialized curricula to individualized learning for students with additional needs.
  5. Instructional Planning and Strategies: Use evidence-based instructional strategies to maximize learning opportunities for students with additional needs.
  6. Assessment: Use multiple methods of assessment and multiple data sources to make sound educational decisions for students with additional needs.
  7. Professional Learning Practice: Demonstrate reflective thinking and professional self-direction.

 

Strengths of the Program

  1. CHED Center of Excellence
  2. Level 4 Re Accredited Status
  3. Highly Competent and Qualified Faculty Members
  4. Strong Linkages with Professional Organizations
  5. State of the Art of Facilities
  6. Caring and Nurturing Environment
  7. Various Curricular and Co- Curricular Activities
  8. Active Community Outreach Program

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English

Description of the Program

    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.

 

Program Outcomes

  • Common to the discipline (Teacher Education)
  1. Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological and political contexts (PPST 1)
  2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/ discipline (PPST 1) 
  3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  5. Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national and global realities (PPST 7)
  8. 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
  1. Possess a broad knowledge of language and literature for effective learning.
  2. Use English as a global language in a multilingual context as it applies to the teaching of language and literature
  3. Acquire extensive reading background in language, literature and allied fields
  4. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication
  5. Shows competence in employing innovative language and literature teaching approaches, methodologies and strategies
  6. Use technology in facilitating language learning and teaching
  7. Inspire students and colleagues to lead relevant and transformative changes to improve learning and teaching language and literature
  8. Display skills and abilities to be a reflective and research-oriented language and literature teacher

 

Strengths of the Program

  1. CHED Center of Excellence
  2. Level 4 Re Accredited Status
  3. Highly Competent and Qualified Faculty Members
  4. Strong Linkages with Professional Organizations
  5. State of the Art of Facilities
  6. Caring and Nurturing Environment
  7. Various Curricular and Co- Curricular Activities
  8. Active Community Outreach Program

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Mathematics

Description of the Program

     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.

 

Program Outcomes

  • Common to the discipline (Teacher Education)
  1. Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological and political contexts (PPST 1)
  2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/ discipline (PPST 1) 
  3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  5. Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national and global realities (PPST 7)
  8. 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
  1. Exhibit competence in mathematical concepts and procedures
  2. Exhibit proficiency in relating mathematics to other curricular areas
  3. Manifest meaningful and comprehensive pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of mathematics
  4. Demonstrate competence in designing, constructing and utilizing different forms of assessment in mathematics
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in problem-solving by solving and creating routine and non-routine problems with different levels of complexity
  6. Use effectively appropriate approaches, methods and techniques in teaching mathematics including technological tools
  7. Appreciate mathematics as an opportunity for creative work, moments of enlightenment, discovery and gaining insights of the world.

 

Strengths of the Program

  1. CHED Center of Excellence
  2. Level 4 Re Accredited Status
  3. Highly Competent and Qualified Faculty Members
  4. Strong Linkages with Professional Organizations
  5. State of the Art of Facilities
  6. Caring and Nurturing Environment
  7. Various Curricular and Co- Curricular Activities
  8. Active Community Outreach Program

 

Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Science

Description of the Program

    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.

 

Program Outcomes

  • Common to the discipline (Teacher Education)
  1. Articulate the rootedness of education in philosophical, socio, cultural, historical, psychological and political contexts (PPST 1)
  2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/ discipline (PPST 1) 
  3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)
  4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)
  5. Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality, relevant and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)
  6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)
  7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national and global realities (PPST 7)
  8. 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
  1. Demonstrate deep understanding of scientific concepts and principles
  2. Apply scientific inquiry in teaching and learning
  3. Utilize effective science teaching and assessment methods

 

Strengths of the Program

  1. CHED Center of Excellence
  2. Level 4 Re Accredited Status
  3. Highly Competent and Qualified Faculty Members
  4. Strong Linkages with Professional Organizations
  5. State of the Art of Facilities
  6. Caring and Nurturing Environment
  7. Various Curricular and Co- Curricular Activities
  8. Active Community Outreach Program

Communication and Media & Political Science

The Liberal Arts Program aims to develop students who:

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

 

Program Description :Communication and Media

 

Welcome to Communication and Media program of Centro Escolar University!

     The BA Communication and Media program of CEU is a ‘hybrid’ course with subjects that cut across three specializations: Communication, Broadcasting and Journalism. It nevertheless adheres to CMOs 35, 37 and 41 by the Commission on Higher Education or CHED in those three areas respectively.

     This ‘hybridity’ recognizes that the contemporary world, from which mass media as an institution plays a significant role, does not restrict itself anymore from rigid specializations.

     Our postmodern society calls for amultidisciplinary approach taking its cue not from only one but several perspectives in the field of communication and media. As a consequence, students must be exposed to all fields of communication and media and allow them to choose their own path as future practitioners and scholars.

     Recent studies and our personal experiences in teaching media and communication led us to this direction.  

     In the age of “information society”, job opportunities for communication and media students have been widened to include knowledge management, digital analytics, media transcriptions, and multimedia management, to name a few. Some of our students while finishing their studies are already working as content providers for online platforms like the video blogging site YouTube.

     The age of mass media where the flow of information is controlled by large media organizations has ended. People all over the world have been given an enormous power to access, consume, and produce all kinds of information in the age of digital media.

     Our new course offering, nonetheless, does not only respond to the demands of time in preparing our students in the field as practitioners. It also take into consideration the need to produce communication and media scholars so they can actively participate and share their knowledge in the ever growing number of communication and media intellectuals in the Philippines and around the world.

 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:

1. Demonstrate understanding of oral and written communication through active and meaningful participation in socio-civic activities inside and outside the school.

2. Apply high level communication skills in using all mass media platforms like print, radio, television and emerging media, to effectively communicate with fellow Filipinos and other citizens of the world society.

3. Create communication campaigns and media programs like news and documentaries that promote individual and social rights.

4. Use the power of different mass media platforms to ensure a healthy civil society that promotes active participation of all citizens in a democratic society.

5. Produce relevant research outputs on production, content, processes, and ownership of old and new media as bases for knowledge building and policy formulation.

6. Promote media literacy in the Philippines by conducting Media and Information Literacy (MIL) seminar workshops and trainings and community outreach. 

7. Defend press freedom as the oxygen of a free society through active participation in national public discussions and school seminars.

 

Strengths of the Program

  • Highest level of accreditation, level IV, by PACUCOA (PLEAS SPELL THIS OUT) as certified by FAAP (PLEASE SPELL THIS OUT)
  • With efficient and qualified faculty members, excellent and updated curriculum and a conducive learning environment and facilities
  • The only communication and media schools 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 mgaBrodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP), Philippine News Agency(PNA), and Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism(PCIJ).

 

Program Description: AB POLITICAL SCIENCE 

 

     The proposed new curriculum of Bachelor of Arts in Political Science program of Centro Escolar University adheres to CHED CMO no. 51 series of 2017. 

     The new program responds to the changes in discipline content, theory and methodologies brought about by the increasing globalization of politics. There is a continuing challenge in the political environment of modern nation-states with the rise of supra-national institutions, whose presence is mostly felt in the political domain of our collective life.

     The globalization we know today, of which politics has a central role to play, is certainly a product of multiple social forces including navigation, modern transport system, free exchange of goods and services, and sophisticated human communication. Within this human communication lies the most important tool of globalization—the media.

     One of CEU’s uniqueness in the Bachelor of Arts in Political Science program is its recognition on the important role of the media in the globalization of politics. Our contemporary world has increasingly been connected because of the development of modern tools of communication. Hence, the changing political environment in the global arena has always been connected with the role of media in presenting political and social realities.

 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES:

 

  • Outline the political development of the Philippines from Pre-Spanish period up to the Contemporary period.
  • Manifest appropriate skills in analyzing the present condition of the Philippines and its role in the Family of nations.
  • Identify the governmental economic progress and international cooperation.
  • Critique and respond to current issues and problems based on the substantive understanding of the grand narrative of Philippine history and contemporary development.
  • Demonstrate the accumulated and accepted knowledge which has been systematized and formulated with reference of general truth and the operation of laws.
  • Use the power of the image and the word in communicating Beauty, Goodness and Truth in our present political society.
  • Demonstrate personal and work ethics/values of a Political Science student, marked by integrity, responsibility and accountability concern and care for the environments, the community, and society in general.
  • Appreciate the importance of ethical political development and governance in our present society and how the past historical events, may affect the present political governance.

 

Strengths of the Program

 

  • Highest level of accreditation, level IV, by PACUCOA as certified by 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

The Library Science Program aims to:

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

 

Bachelor of Library and Information Science

Description of the Program

     Based on the Guidelines for the Implementation of CMO 46 s. 2012, this PSG implements the “shift to learning competency-based standards/outcomes-based education.” It specifies the ‘core competencies’ expected of Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS) graduates “regardless of the type of HEI they graduate from.” However, in “recognition of the spirit of outcomes-based education – which puts premium in the achievement of learning outcomes through different strategies – and in recognition of the typology of HEIs,” this PSG also provides “ample space for HEIs to innovate in the curriculum in line with the assessment of how best to achieve learning outcomes in their particular contexts and their respective missions…”

     Policies and standards in the Library and Information Science (LIS) program are necessary for the highest level of quality desired for the education and training of library and information science professionals. They are meant to institutionalize the profession’s central function of providing quality information service to library/ information center clientele or users. Its purpose is to make LIS education responsive to the challenges of society’s changing information needs brought about by rapid technological changes, and in keeping with the need to make LIS professionals globally competitive.

 

Program Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate with mastery the basic skills of technical services: indexing and descriptive cataloging (basic bibliographic data) of information resources in print.
  2. 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.
  3. Demonstrate reference skills that recommend, interpret, evaluate and/or use information resources to help users and the community meets particular information needs.
  4. Apply the wide range of strategies in instructing users in the selection of appropriate tools and techniques for finding information sources / information literacy
  5. 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
  6. Demonstrate analytical skills and information literacy in creating abstracts, path finders, subject bibliographies and employ the indexing techniques in creating access points to aid information retrieval from the library collection.
  7. Practice the professional and ethical principles/standards of the library profession.

The Music Program aims to develop students who:

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

 

Bachelor of Music in Music Performance (BMMP)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

     Musical performance is one of the foundations the CEU Conservatory of Music has been built on since it was first established. The quality is ensured by 21 professorial lecturers and permanently employed music professors, and there is a comprehensive and diverse range of additional course offerings. All students at CEU Conservatory of Music enter with a principal instrument.

     The Performance program is offered in ten areas: Strings, Woodwinds, Brasswind, Percussion, Piano, Guitar, Organ, Voice, Choral Conducting and Musical Theater, an extensive training in Western classical tradition. Performance majors combine performance studies with courses in theory, history, literature, pedagogy, and related music studies. Each student is assigned to a teacher with whom they study individually during their degree program.

POTENTIAL ENROLLEES:

  1. Those who are interested to be a professional musical performer
  2. Those who are interested to teach in a college and university school of music

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

  1. Voice
  2. Piano
  3. Organ
  4. Guitar
  5. Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello, Contra Bass)
  6. Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone)
  7. Brasswind (Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba)
  8. Percussion
  9. Choral Conducting
  10. Musical Theater

 

Musical Theater – new specialization

About the Course

     Musical Theatre is a course on exploration and developing art of three major disciplines in theatre performance namely: voice, stage movement/dance and acting. Since that it is mostly a workshop course, the students are expected to participate in all massive workshops concentrating on stage movement/dance and acting. Each student should learn music reading and sight singing in order for them to learn the required repertoire quickly. They are also required to take one-on-one voice lessons to learn vocal production and vocal technique. It is mandatory to attend and participate in all the workshops and lessons. Through all the workshops and lessons the students will be prepared as soloists and members of small and large ensemble as well. Aside from the workshop, there will be a lot of readings and writings about the musical theatre history, vocal repertoire and character analysis. The students will also learn how to analyze and critique during acting workshops in positive and constructive manner. They will also undergo on mock jury/audition and interview. At the end of the semester, the whole class will have a culminating showcase performance of the assigned solo, small/ large ensemble and musical theatre scenes.

Potential Enrollees

     Potential enrollees in Musical Theatre Degree are the individuals who are inclined and eager to learn singing, dancing and acting in a professional way, as well as the seasoned theatre/musical theatre actors who wants to earn a degree in Musical Theatre in able for them to have the eligibility to give workshops and become educators.

 

Bachelor of Music in Music Education (BMME)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

     This course is in addition to the study of Bachelor of Music in Music Performance.  The BM in Music Education provides students with the opportunity to become accomplished musicians and to prepare for teaching music in K–12 settings and beyond. In addition to academic and performance requirements, students are required to complete fieldwork observations in music classes in area schools.  At the end of the program, students are eligible to obtain a License in Professional Teaching. 

POTENTIAL ENROLLEES:

  1. You have a passion for helping younger students develop their musicianship
  2. You have a desire to instruct several subjects to students at one grade level, music teachers usually teach a variety of classes to students of all ages in their school.
  3. You want to make a difference in the lives of students through the music education profession.

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

  1. Voice
  2. Piano
  3. Organ
  4. Guitar
  5. Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello, Contra Bass)
  6. Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone)
  7. Brasswind (Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Tuba)
  8. Percussion
  9. Choral Conducting

 

Bachelor of Music in Composition with specialization in Music Production and Engineering (BMCMPE)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

     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; and
  • Gain knowledge of the principles and creative practices of engineering and production techniques.

     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.

POTENTIAL ENROLEES:

  1. Those who are interested in the technology of sound recording and engineering.
  2. Those who are already in the industry but want to get a formal degree in order to be more eligible for teaching in any level at the academe.

SOCIAL WORK

The Social Work Program aims to develop students who:

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

 

A  DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM THAT APPEALS TO PEOPLE

Social  Workers:

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

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

Program objectives

  1.  Demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes in engaging in a generalist helping process and planned change process for therapeutic, protective, preventive, and transformative processes.
  2. Analyze critically the origin, development, and purposes of social work in the Philippines.
  3. Critique the impacts of global and national socio-cultural inadequacies, discrimination, and oppression on quality of life.
  4. Apply knowledge of human behavior and social environment with emphasis on the person-in-situation dynamic for social work assessment and intervention.
  5. 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.
  6. Engage in advocacy work to promote socio-economic and cultural rights and well-being.
  7. Generate resources for networking and partnership development.
  8. Identify with the social work profession and conduct oneself in accordance with social work values and ethical principles.
  9. Engage in social work practices that promote diversity and difference in client system.
  10. Use supervision to develop critical self-reflective practice for personal and professional growth.

 

STRENGTHS OF THE COURSE

Centro Escolar University:  The second school to offer SOCIAL WORK in the Philippines

  • Now, on its 72nd 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

Education

  1. Apply the rootedness of education in philosophical , socio, cultural , historical, psychological and political contexts (PPST 1)

  2. Demonstrate mastery of subject matter/ discipline (PPST 1)

  3. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies and delivery modes appropriate to specific learners and their environments (PPST 3)

  4. Develop innovative curricula, instructional plans, teaching approaches and resources for diverse learners (PPST 4)

  5. Apply skills in the development and utilization of ICT to promote quality , relevant and sustainable educational practices (PPST 4)

  6. Demonstrate a variety of thinking skills in planning, monitoring assessing and reporting learning processes and outcomes (PPST 5)

  7. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards sensitive to local, national and global realities (PPST 7)

  8. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth through varied experiential and field based opportunities (PPST 7)

       

Communication and Media

  1. Write persuasive communication content and effectively deliver it to their intended audience

  2. Familiar in using newspaper, radio, television, and the instrumentalities of social media like Facebook, twitter, and Instagram in communicating their messages with other people

  3. Write and produce development communication campaigns promoting individual and social rights, and disseminate them through news programs or documentaries

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. Organize workshops and seminars inside and outside the school promoting media and information literacy

  7. Participate in public discussions on press freedom by attending seminars, lectures, and symposia inside and outside the school

  8. Utilized modern technology in producing and disseminating digital media content.

 

Political Science

  1. Compare, contrast and classify the major concept in the discipline. (Lifelong learner, Reflective and Creative Thinker)

  2. Recognize and define the distinctiveness of the discipline, it sub-field, theories and methods. (Lifelong Learner, Reflective and Creative Thinker, Caring and Trustworthy, Proficient Communicator)

  3. 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)

  4. Demonstrate written, visual and oral presentation skills to produce or present analytical report. (Reflective and Creative Thinker)

  5. 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)

  6. Develop a predisposition towards ethical political involvement and practice in various forms and level. (Caring and Trustworthy, Competent and Productive Professional)

 

MUSIC

  1. contextualize their practice and performance within the best practices of local, national and international standards;

  2. demonstrate a sound knowledge and understanding of their discipline;

  3. 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;

  4. use and assimilate the potential of technologies to facilitate the dissemination of musical skills, knowledge and information;

  5. 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

  6. qualify for employment in a wide range of occupations in the music profession.

 

Social Work

  1. Demonstrate knowledge, skills and attitudes in engaging in a generalist helping process and planned change process for therapeutic, protective, preventive, and transformative processes.

  2. Analyze critically the origin, development, and purposes of social work in the Philippines.

  3. Critique the impacts of global and national socio-cultural inadequacies, discrimination, and oppression on quality of life.

  4. Apply knowledge of human behavior and social environment with emphasis on the person-in-situation dynamic for social work assessment and intervention.

  5. 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.

  6. Engage in advocacy work to promote socio-economic and cultural rights and well-being.

  7. Generate resources for networking and partnership development.

  8. Identify with the social work profession and conduct oneself in accordance with social work values and ethical principles.

  9. Engage in social work practices that promote diversity and difference in client system.

  10. Use supervision to develop critical self-reflective practice for personal and professional growth.

  11. Produce a portfolio of recordings, case studies and other social work documentation to reflect the quality and progress of practice.

 

Library Science

  1. Demonstrate with mastery the basic skills of technical services: indexing and descriptive cataloging (basic bibliographic data) of information resources in print.

  2. 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.

  3. Demonstrate reference skills that recommend, interpret, evaluate and/or use information resources to help users and the community meets particular information needs.

  4. Apply the wide range of strategies in instructing users in the selection of appropriate tools and techniques for finding information sources / information literacy

  5. 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

  6. Demonstrate analytical skills and information literacy in creating abstracts, path finders, subject bibliographies and employ the indexing techniques in creating access points to aid information retrieval from the library collection.

  7. Practice the professional and ethical principles/standards of the library profession.

Employment Opportunties for SELAMS graduates

EDUCATION

Possible Careers

  • Author
  • Children's events organizer
  • Childcare specialist
  • Consultant
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational resources developer
  • Elementary Teachers (Grades 1 to 3)
  • Family support specialist
  • Home-based service provider
  • Instructional materials developer
  • Learning experience designer
  • Module writer
  • Pre-school teacher
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School owner

 

  • Behavioral Consultant
  • Case Manager for Individualized Family Service Program (IFSP) / Individualized Educational Program (IEP)
  • Content developer for instructional websites / Textbook author
  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Educational Researcher
  • Module writer
  • School Director
  • Trainer/Coach
  • 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

 

  • Coach/trainers
  • Curriculum designer
  • Facilitator /Speaker/ resource speaker
  • Junior HS / GS teacher

 

COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

Career Paths

          Communication:

  • Public Information Officers;
  • Corporate Communication officers;
  • Public Relations officers and specialists;
  • Hotel and Restaurant receptionists;
  • Flight attendants;
  • Transcriptionists;
  • Call Center operators; and
  • Front Desk Officers.

          Media:

  • News Writers;
  • Script Writers;
  • Newscasters;
  • Commentators;
  • Talk show hosts;
  • Film and TV directors;
  • Associate producers;
  • Segment producers;
  • Talents;
  • Camera operators;
  • Lights operators;
  • Gaffers; and
  • Voice talents.

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Career Paths

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

 

MUSIC

Bachelor of Music in Music Performance (BMMP)

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

  1. Orchestra member
  2. Opera cast member
  3. Broadway musical cast member
  4. City symphony member
  5. Freelance artist
  6. Studio performer
  7. Private voice or instrument instructor
  8. Choir Director

 

Musical Theater – new specialization

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

     Now a day, there are lots of new musical theatre companies in the country that produces western and local musical plays. Almost every year, there are new Filipino Musical Plays are being created and produced. Auditions for every musical theatre production are being posted and advertised thru the help of the social media. In order to get a job as a performing artists in theater, every individual are encouraged to audition in different productions locally and internationally. Since that it is very competitive in this field, the artists should prepare themselves whether they will get a lead role, supporting role, or will be assigned as ensemble member. The artists could also focus as solo musical theatre concert artist. Aside from performing, the musical theatre graduate could also be an educator, lecturer and facilitator of different workshop, which is related in their field of study.

 

Bachelor of Music in Music Education (BMME)

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

  1. To become a public and private k12 music teacher
  2. To have your own music school
  3. To teach at a college or university school of music
  4. To be a professional performer and music educator
  5. To be a music director

 

Bachelor of Music in Composition with specialization in Music Production and Engineering (BMCMPE)

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

1. Recording & mixing engineer for any recording studio.

2. Sound engineer for on-site performances or recordings.

3. Build/own a recording studio

4. Producer for music/songs

5. Teach Music Production & Engineering-related subjects in the academe.  Most of them that are now in the industry could not be invited to teach due to lack of at least a bachelor's degree.

 

SOCIAL WORK

POSSIBLE CAREERS

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

 

LIBRAY SCIENCE

Possible Careers

  1. College Librarian
  2. Cataloger
  3. Reference
  4. Librarian
  5. Acquisition Librarian (AcademicCorporate, Public, School, Special Libraries)
  6. Archives and special collections librarian
  7. Electronic resource librarian