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BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION

The Bachelor of Secondary of Education (BSEd) is an undergraduate teacher education program designed to equip learners with adequate and relevant competencies to teach in their chosen area of specialization/major in the secondary level.  The BSEd degree program aims to develop highly motivated and competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy for secondary education.

MAJORS:

  • English
  • Filipino
  • Mathematics
  • Science

Primary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:

  • (BSEd English) Teach English subjects in Secondary levels
  • (BSEd Filipino)  Teach Filipino subjects in Secondary levels
  • (BSEd Math) Teach Math subjects in Secondary levels
  • (BSEd Science) Teach Science subjects in Secondary levels

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program: (all majors)

 Tutors, Researchers, Curriculum Planner, IMs developers, Editors, Technical/Content Writers

LIST OF FACULTY

Major in ENGLISH

Core Faculty

  • Calamba, Dante O. 
  • Cenojas, Lilibeth A. 
  • Hernandez, Richel F. 
  • Labad, Velma S. 
  • Ponce, Mary Rose J. 
  • Serrano, Ruby A.   (Program Head)

Allied/Shared Faculty

  • Neri, Marivic N.
  • Roble, Catherine M.

Visiting Faculty

  • Jubahib, Vivien Grace A.

Major in FILIPINO

Core Faculty

  • Del Castillo, Rodney James G. 

Allied Faculty

  •  Campaña, Cherrelyn P. 

Visiting Faculty

Major in MATHEMATICS

Core Faculty

  • Abina, Ivy Lyt S. 
  • Callaman, Roar C. 
  • Deluao, Joe Vincent B. 
  • Encabo, Henry C. 
  • Kiel, Yvonne M. 

Allied Faculty

Major in SCIENCE

Core Faculty

  • Bonocan, Fedelis C. 
  • Francia, Geraldine E. 
  • Gepigon, Josephine C. 
  • Dr. Reynaldo M. Nogodula

Allied/Shared Faculty

  • Pedrosa, Maridit C.
  • Viernes, John Paulette 
  • Montero, Yves Paul 
  • Nogodula, Judee 

BACHELOR OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

The Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED) is an undergraduate teacher education degree program designed to prepare individuals intending to teach in the elementary level. The BEED degree program aims to develop highly and motivated competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy for elementary education. After successful completion of all academic requirements of the degree/program, graduates of BEED should be able to practice the teaching profession in the elementary level.  

Primary Job Role students are prepared for in the program:
Teachers in the elementary grade levels (grades l-6)

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:
Tutors
Designers of instructional materials for elementary level

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Cabanlit, Emmie M. (Program Head)
  • Neri, Marivic N.
  • Tahoy, Genesesly R.

LIST OF ALLIED/SHARED  FACULTY

  • Abina, Ivy Lyt S.
  • Balubayan, Christopher
  • Del Castillo, Rodney James G.
  • Gementiza, Ma. Elena B.
  • Gepigon, Josephine C.
  • Salva, Maricar A.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Andoy, Vilma
  • Eborde, Eva Q.
  • Jubahib, Vivien Grace A. 
  • Seniel, Mecaella F.

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

The Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (BECEd) program is designed to prepare students for teaching and supporting young children's development. A broad range of employment opportunities are available by fulfilling the degree requirements. Completion of the program will qualify graduates for employment in government or private institutions locally, nationally and internationally.

Primary Job Role students are prepared for in the program: Teach in Inclusive Early Childhood Education Settings

    Specific Roles if Service Provider for 0-4 years old:

  • Teach in a Nursery School, Preschool or Pre-Kindergarten School, Child Development Center, orEarly Learning and Childcare Center
  • Serve as a Daycare / Childcare Professional

    Specific Role if Service Provider for 5 years old: Teach in a Kindergarten Program

    Specific Role if Service Provider for 6-8 years old: Teach in a Primary School (Grades l-lll)

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:

  • Design and develop an educational program and instructional materials for young children
  • Work as tutors for young children
  • Work as researchers in Early Childhood Care, Development, and Education

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Almasa, Raquel D.
  • Bajador, Wendelyn C. 
  • Chaonui, Maria Lila Y.
  • Dequito, Jennifer P.
  • Navales, Abigail A.
  • Zerrudo, Adora P. (Program Head)

LIST OF ALLIED/SHARED FACULTY

  • Aquino, Marriez T.
  • Cabajes, Angelie V.
  • Arbiol, Jennifer M.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Goden, Joy Antflor J.
  • Onggo, Helen Perpetua J.

Bachelor of Special Needs Education

The Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd) undergraduate teacher education program prepares teachers who will instruct and manage students with additional needs in inclusive and segregated educational settings. Its graduates will be equipped to teach the Basic Education curriculum and alternate curricula depending on the needs of the students. Students will be trained to teach across different subject areas and provide educational support to students with additional needs in inclusive classrooms or provide educational services to students who may be enrolled in special education centers.

Students in the program are to develop a solid foundation on the theories, principles and pedagogy in teaching learners with additional needs in inclusive educational settings.

Primary Job Role students are prepared for in the program: Special Education Teachers in Schools/Centers/Clinics

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:

Learning Support Staff
Regular Education Teachers
Intervention Specialists
Job/Behavior Coaches and Tutors

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  •  Aquino, Marriez T.
  • Cabajes, Angelie V. 
  • Corpuz, Daisy M. 
  • Llanto, Mariche C. 
  • Villarente, Susan Vicente D. (Program Head)

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Arbiol,  Jennifer M. 
  • Zerrudo, Adora P. 

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Canda, Cherry P. (Part-time)

Bachelor of Physical Education

The Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) is an undergraduate teacher education program that equips learners with adequate competencies in the area of physical education and its allied fields (exercise and sports sciences, social and behavioral sciences) that are essential in employing interdisciplinary instructions as a means to permeates all aspects of the learners lives and develop them integrally.

The BPEd program aims to develop highly competent graduates specializing in Physical Education. After completion of all academic requirements of the program, graduates should be able to practice the teaching profession in the field of Physical Education.

Primary Job Role students are prepared for in the program:
Teaching Physical Education subjects in Grades 4-12

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:
Organize, Coordinate School-Baaed Programs and Events, Serve as Coach/Game Officials in Athletic Events and/or Adviser/Moderator/Head of Dance and Sports Clubs

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Badon, Benjie Q.  (Program Head)
  • De Vera, Arlene A.
  • Gementiza, Elena B.
  • Ison, Catherine Ison
  • Mancao, Pearl Ann M.
  • Rivera, Jose Alther M.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Manacap, Arnie Josef 
  • Bagtilay, Chelsa 

Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education major in Home Economics

The Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education (BTLEd) is an undergraduate teacher education program that equips learners with adequate and relevant competencies in the area of technology and livelihood education. The BTLEd program aims to develop highly competent and motivated teachers in Technology and Livelihood Education in their area of specialization.

The technology and livelihood education curriculum shall impart a body of knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and experiences that will provide prospective Grade 7-0 TLE Teachers with the necessary competencies essential for effective teaching and at the same time are accredited TVET Trainers and Assessors.

Primary Job Role students are prepared for in the program:
Teacher in EPP subjects for Grades 4-6 and TLE subject for Grades 7-8

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:
TVET Trainer and Assessor, An Entrepreneur and an Industry Employee (related to Home Economics)

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Bagtilay, Juanita C.
  • Bejano, Jean L. (Program Head)
  • Salva, Maricar A.
  • Tabile, Sharon R.

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Francisco, John Mark S.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Eborda, Eva Q.

Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education

The Bachelor of Technical-Vocational Teacher Education (BTVTEd) is a comprehensive four-year degree program and board course that offers students a broad range of knowledge and skills needed to teach technical and vocational courses such as Automotive, Civil and Construction, Computer, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, and Heating, Ventilating, and Air-conditioning technology.

The BTVTEd program’s main objective is to equip students with a solid foundation in both theoretical and practical aspects of teaching and technology, ensuring they are well-prepared to teach technical and vocational courses with competence and confidence. By providing a rigorous curriculum that emphasizes pedagogy, instructional design, and subject matter expertise, the BTVTEd program is designed to produce highly competent educators possess the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed as technical vocational teachers. 

Majors:

  • Automotive Technology
  • Civil and Construction Technology
  • Computer Systems Servicing
  • Electrical Technology
  • Electronics Technology
  • Mechanical Technology
  • Heating, Ventilating, and Air-conditioning Technology

Primary Job Role students are prepared for in the program:
Teacher in Senior High School (IVL Track) 

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:
TLE Teacher in Grade 9-10, TVET Trainer and Assessor 

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Ayon, Joel G.
  • Basug, Orvil M.
  • Bontilao, Bernabe C.
  • Bontilao, Jovenel E.
  • Cabunita, Gretchen T.
  • Calago, Michael G.
  • Calipusan, Jennifer B.
  • Cubian, Rushdee M.
  • Del Campo, Wendell J.
  • Deligero, Joseph H.
  • Despares, Philip B.
  • Gregorio, Gelmo S.
  • Madronero, Marriel S.
  • Mendoza, Keno M.
  • Mugas, Jeriel D.
  • Sasotil, Jayson T.
  • Villarmino, Joseph G.
  • Villotes, Rolando P.

Doctor of Philosophy in Education

MAJOR IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

Program Description:  The Doctor of Philosophy in Education major in Educational Leadership and Management (PhD ELM) is a program designed for experienced educational leaders and managers. The contents provided knowledge-based, research and inquiry skills essential to the advanced professional and academic development of educators. Through the application of the 21st century teaching-learning system, and incorporating their advanced and up-to-date knowledge, concepts, theories and technological skills in various areas of educational leadership and management, they will become exemplary global leaders and managers in the future who transform the education system to drive for innovation, impactful research for utilization, economically empowering community services, and sustainable resource management that abide the laws provided for the educational system.

Primary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:

  • Executive Educational Leaders/Managers, Organizational Planners, Researcher, Education Specialists

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program: 

  • Executive Trainer, Educational Adviser/Consultant

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Almasa, Raquel D.
  • Alpas, Cynthia S.
  • Gabales, Bonifacio G. Jr.

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Machica, Ivy Kim

 

 

MAJOR IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

Program Description:  The Doctor of Philosophy in Education major in English Language Teaching (PhD ELT) has at least twenty-four (24) units of coursework and at least twelve (12) units of dissertation. There shall be a public defense of the dissertation.  A publication in a peer-refereed/juried journal/creative work is also a requirement in the completion of the program.  It is designed for education leaders/managers, researchers and specialists in English language teaching.

Primary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:

  • Education leaders and managers
  • Education researchers
  • Education Specialists

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program: 

  • Curriculum developers and instructional materials designers
  • Education Trainers
  • Education Program Evaluators

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Calamba, Dante O.
  • Labad, Velma S.
  • Serrano, Ruby A. (Program Head)

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Curada, John Stephen

Master of Arts in Education

MAJOR IN ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM 

Program Description:  The Master of Arts in Education major in Alternative Learning System (MAEd-ALS) is  an academic program that caters teachers coming from DepEd, Private Schools and even community organizers with completed undergraduate course whose interest focuses on non-formal /informal education, NGO/LGU community organizing, and government initiated alternative learning system.

  • Primary Job Roles: Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary practitioners, Education leaders, Educational Researchers such as ALS Supervisors, ALS Coordinators, ALS Mobile Teachers, ALS Teachers Teaching in Challenged Areas and ALS Specialized Teachers
  • Secondary Job Roles: Community Organizers, Field ALS Assistants, ALS Tutors/Mentors

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Bejano, Jean L. (Program Coordinator)
  • Lulab, Lindy C.
  • Tabile, Sharon R.

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Balubayan, Christopher 

 

MAJOR IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Program Description:  The Master of Arts in Education major in Early Childhood Education (MAEd-ECE) is a graduate degree academic program with 33 units of course work and 6 units of thesis. Its primary goal is to develop students’ professional skills such as leading, managing and implementing in an Early Childhood Education Program. Also, this course focused on generation, production and advancement of knowledge and research-based.  The final output of this program is a publication of the thesis output in a refereed/juried journal/creative work.

  •    Primary Job Roles:     Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary Practitioners, Inclusive Education Leaders, Educational Researchers in Early Childhood Education
  • Secondary Job Roles:      Instructional Materials Designers/Developers/Evaluators; ECE Accreditors, Trainers, Community Builders, Specialists

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Almasa, Raquel D.
  • Bajador, Wendelyn 
  • Navales, Abigail A.
  • Zerrudo, Adora P.

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Cabajes, Angelie V.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Rasay, Rogelio D. III

 

MAJOR IN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT 

Program Description: The MAEd-ELM is a graduate degree academic program with 33 units of course work and 6 units of thesis that helps students develop managerial, supervisory, and instructional skills for higher-level educational leadership. It is intended for educators who want to gain knowledge and expertise in the field of educational management.  It also prepares and provides educators and would-be school administrators with strong theoretical and conceptual foundations in the management of school systems and curriculum, instructional supervision, research-based management practices based on the needs of the academic community in the region and country, and educational innovations in order to equip them with skills in school management. It aims to produce graduates imbued with moral and spiritual values, as well as a strong sense of responsibility in applying human development and learning, assessment quality and standards, and finance and resource management, through relevant and innovative quality education.

  • Primary Job Roles: Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary practitioners, Informed education leaders, Educational Researchers
  • Secondary Job Roles: Community Collaborator and Networker, Instructional Trainer and Educational Researcher

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Cabanlit, Emmie C.
  • Callaman, Roar C.
  • Tabile, Sharon R.
  • Tudy, Randy A.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Biton, Marilyn D.

 

MAJOR IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION

Program Description:  The MAEd-SNED is a graduate program that is designed to provide students with advanced academic and/or professional knowledge, skills, and higher competencies in knowledge-production, knowledge sharing, and exchange, knowledge application and utilization in the field of Inclusive and Special Education. It is theoretically-based, contains substantial research and practical components, and is informed by state-of-the-art research and/or best professional practice. 
The MAEd- SNEd program has 33 units of coursework and six (6) units of thesis. It requires students to pass a comprehensive examination and a thesis or creative work which passes rigorous academic or jury review. As a final output, the students must have at least one (1) publication in a refereed journal or juried creative work in Special Education.

  • Primary Job Roles: Interdisciplinary/ Multidisciplinary Classroom Practitioners, 
    Inclusive and Special Educational Leaders
    Researchers
  • Secondary Job Roles: Resource Teachers, Instructional Innovators, Intervention Specialists, Program and Curriculum Specialists, SPED Consultants, Extensionist

STREAMS:

  • Gifted and Talented
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Visual Impairment

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Arbiol, Jennifer M.
  • Cabajes, Angelie V.
  • Corpuz, Daisy M.
  • Llanto, Mariche C.
  • Villarente, Susan Vicente D. (Program Coordinator)
  • Zerrudo, Adora P.

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Callaman, Roar A.
  • Encabo, Henry C.
  • Gabales, Bonifacio G. Jr.
  • Gamao, Ruchela P.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Cagape, Wenefredo 
  • Galan, John O.
  • Sumalinog, Ma. Ana Fe 
  • Vitto, Nieto L.

Master of Arts in English Language Teaching

Program Description: The Master of Arts in English Language Teaching is a straight program tailored to prepare in-service English teachers for professional careers – as efficient and effective English language educators, supervisors, and consultants in different institutional contexts.  Moreover, this course enables in-service teachers for the advanced academic study of English as a second language and applied linguistics. Employing 21st-century pedagogy, this course provides research-based knowledge and skills in various areas of language teaching.

Primary Job Roles: 

  • Specialists in teaching English as a second language;
  • Applied linguistics researchers focused on English language teaching and learning;
  • Designers, implementers and evaluators of technology integration in second language teaching;
  • Leaders in educating and empowering English language teachers and learners

Secondary Job Roles:

Designers, implementers and evaluators of English language programs;  English language teacher trainers

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Calamba, Dante O.
  • Labad, Velma S.
  • Neri, Marivic N.
  • Serrano, Ruby A. (Program Head)

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Asan, Ruben
  • Jambangan, Edilhynie M.
  • Jubahib, Vivien Grace A.
  • Rasay, Rogelio III

Master of Arts in Mathematics Education

Program Description:  The Master of Arts in Mathematics Education (MAME) is an advanced professional degree for Mathematics teachers in basic and higher education. Content of the program is designed to develop both depth and breadth in the teacher's knowledge of Mathematics as well as the teaching of Mathematics. It should be of sufficient depth to prepare students as master teachers, researchers and instructional leaders. Importance is placed on those competencies necessary for effective mathematics teaching as a means of enhancing professional growth and promoting innovations in the practice.

Primary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:

  • Master/Expert Teachers, Researchers, Instructional Leaders

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program: 

  • Service Provider, Supervisor, Administrator (Math Coordinator, School Head), Department /Program Head, Accreditor, Learning Resource Developer, Evaluator

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Abina, Ivy Lyt S.
  • Callaman, Roar A. (Program Head)
  • Encabo, Henry C.
  • Kiel. Yvonne M.

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Deligero, Eveyth P.
  • Retutas, Mildin J. 

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Rasay, Rogelio III D.

Master of Arts in Science Education

Program Description:  The Master of Arts in Science Education (MASE) is a graduate program for Science Teachers with 33 units of coursework and 6 units of thesis.  It is designed to provide students with advanced academic and/or professional knowledge, skills and higher competencies in knowledge-production, knowledge sharing to become expert science teachers, researchers and instructional material designers and developers.  The final output of this program is a publication of the thesis/research in a refereed/juried journal/creative work.

Primary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program:

  • Science Educators (Expert Science Teachers / Instructors), Researchers on Science Education

Secondary Job Roles students are prepared for in the program: 

  • Supervisor, Administrator (Science Coordinator, School Head), Department Head/Program Head, Trainers, Service Provider Instructional Materials Designers/ Developers

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Bonocan, Fedelis C.
  • Francia, Geraldine E. (Program Head)
  • Gepigon, Josephine C.
  • Nogodula, Reynaldo M.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Dimaligalig, Guillermo V.
  • Hiponia, Juse Lyn P.

Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling (MAGC)

Program Description:  The Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling (MA-GC) is a three year board-course graduate program aims to produce teacher-counselors who are grounded on the theories and concepts in the field of guidance and counseling; demonstrates the skills, characteristics and attributes to apply both developmental and intervention models to the total development of students as unique individuals within educational settings; utilize current and emerging technological resources to enhance guidance and counseling planning as well as to promote informed academic career and social/emotional choices; and demonstrate responsibility by using outcomes-based data to effect systemic changes.

The MA-GC program has 33 units of course work and six (6) units of thesis. It requires students to pass a comprehensive examination and a thesis or creative work which passes rigorous academic or jury review. As a final output, the students must have at least one (1) publication in a refereed journal or juried creative work in Guidance and Counseling.

  • Primary Job Roles: Guidance Counselor, Educational Leaders, Teachers and Researcher
  • Secondary Job Roles: Career Advocate, Mental Health Advocate, Collaborator, Trainings Trainer, Consultant, HR staff, and Counselor (Private Practitioner)

LIST OF CORE FACULTY

  • Alpas, Cynthia S. (Program Coordinator)
  • Arbiol, Jennifer M.
  • Cacananta, Mary Ann C.
  • Gamao, Ruchela P.

LIST OF ALLIED FACULTY

  • Kiel, Yvonne M.

LIST OF LECTURERS

  • Vitto, Nieto L.

Graduate Certificates

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