Available courses

Purposive Communication 1
ruby campos

Purposive Communication 1

This course provides the pre-service English teachers an examination of the process of oral communications and the various forms of speech arts from public speaking and group discussions to debate, oral interpretation, and dramatics. Therefore, they will be able to demonstrate content knowledge and application of speech and theater arts while using verbal and non-verbal communication forms and drawing implications in teaching these language art forms to future students.

Speech and Theater Arts 2
ruby campos

Speech and Theater Arts 2

This course provides the pre-service English teachers an examination of the process of oral communications and the various forms of speech arts from public speaking and group discussions to debate, oral interpretation, and dramatics. Therefore, they will be able to demonstrate content knowledge and application of speech and theater arts while using verbal and non-verbal communication forms and drawing implications in teaching these language art forms to future students.

Purposive Communication B
Prospero Jr. Gonzaga

Purposive Communication B

Purposive Communication (PURCO) is a 3 unit minor communication course, offered as a general requisite for all college students. This is a communication subject that aims to localize and specify communication details in the specific course or profession. Thus, this subject will have a review and intensification of Communication in general in its first half and in the second have, it will directly focus on the Profession of Concern.

Pagbasa sa Iba’t Ibang Disiplina
Jhonna Toledo

Pagbasa sa Iba’t Ibang Disiplina

Isang asignatura sa pangkalahatang edukasyon sa antas-kolehiyo na nakatuon sa pagpapalawak ng mga kaalaman at kasanayan sa kritikal na pagbasa at lohikal na pagsulat tungo sa pagsasagawa ng sariling pananaliksik.

Technical Writing (Sec. B)
Prospero Jr. Gonzaga

Technical Writing (Sec. B)

Technical and Scientific Writing in English is a 3 unit course that deals with specified, professionalized and formal correspondence. This will entail jargon based interaction yet expressed in a simplified presentation

Technology for Teaching an Elementary Grades
lebin bernardino

Technology for Teaching an Elementary Grades

This course is designed for prospective teachers to develop and use digital and non-digital teaching-learning resources using technology tools appropriate in various subject areas in the elementary level. Further, the course will provide opportunities for students to use technology tools to develop project-based collaborative activities and share resources among communities of practice.

Good Manners & Right Conduct
lebin bernardino

Good Manners & Right Conduct

GMRC is anchored on the essential component of personhood that deals with intra/interpersonal relationships which allow harmony with oneself, with others and the environment, this course will highlight the fundamental rules of good manners and appropriate conduct or behavior of each learner which are necessary of the formation of character that embraces the core values of maka-Dios, maka-tao, maka-bansa and Maka-kalikasan.

Teaching Social Studies in Elementary Grades (Phil. His. & Gov.)
Leren Bernardino

Teaching Social Studies in Elementary Grades (Phil. His. & Gov.)

This course emphasizes the contents of Philippine History and Government that are necessary in teaching at the elementary level.  Further, appropriate teaching strategies and assessment methods shall be included to prepare students to become elementary grades teachers.

Teaching Music in the Elementary Grades
Rhoea Barrera

Teaching Music in the Elementary Grades

This course deals with the educational foundations of Music as it apply to teaching and learning in the elementary grades. Various teaching strategies and assessment appropriate for each area shall be given emphases in the course.

Content and Pedagogy for Mother Tongue
Leren Bernardino

Content and Pedagogy for Mother Tongue

This course includes both the content and the pedagogy of the mother tongue.  The subject matter content includes the structure of the mother tongue as a language, literature in the mother tongue, methods and techniques of teaching the language development of instructional materials assessment.

Technical and Scientific Writing (Sec A)
Prospero Jr. Gonzaga

Technical and Scientific Writing (Sec A)

Technical and Scientific Writing in English is a 3 unit course that deals with specified, professionalized and formal correspondence. This will entail jargon based interaction yet expressed in a simplified presentation

Information Communication Technology
Jezer Arces

Information Communication Technology

This course provides students an opportunity to enhance their personal productivity and problem-solving skills by applying information technologies to problem situations. Emphasis is given on personal productivity concepts using functions in common applications in advance MS Word, Spreadsheets, and Presentations.

Solfeggio & Piano
Clint Vidal

Solfeggio & Piano

A class where you can learn basic music theory by means of reciting simple solfeggio excercises and acquiring basic piano skills

Zoology (Lec Only)
Aldrin Ikher Bandiola

Zoology (Lec Only)

This course is an introduction to the classification, relationships, structure, and function of major animal phyla. Emphasis is on levels of organization, reproduction and development, comparative systems of an animal life, and on the environmental adaptation and diversity of selected phyla.

Science, Technology & Society
Art Sarrosa

Science, Technology & Society

Analyses of the past, present and future of science and technology in society (including their nature, scope, role, and function) and the social, cultural, political, economic and environmental factors affecting the development of science and technology, with emphasis on the Philippine setting.

Microbiology (Lecture Only)
Shirley Bangoy

Microbiology (Lecture Only)

This course provides basic knowledge and understanding of how microbes live their lives in a natural and special environment. Introduction to disease causation and immune responses are also covered including the basic knowledge on the roles of economically important microbes to our society.

Advanced Statistics
Art Sarrosa

Advanced Statistics

The statistical methods covered in the course are useful for many types of questions that relate to multiple variables and/or multiple groups. Learning how to effectively use data and statistical methods to make evidence based decision is the overarching goal of this course.


Environmental Science
Jezel Ann Depillo

Environmental Science

This course develops deeper understanding of environmental issues by relating scientific knowledge with social issues. Emphasis is on pro-environmental attitude development, problem-solving skills, and awareness on sustainability amidst societal progress.


Speech and Theater Arts 1
ruby campos

Speech and Theater Arts 1

This course provides the pre-service English teachers an examination of the process of oral communications and the various forms of speech arts from public speaking and group discussions to debate, oral interpretation, and dramatics. Therefore, they will be able to demonstrate content knowledge and application of speech and theater arts while using verbal and non-verbal communication forms and drawing implications in teaching these language art forms to future students.

Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino
Jhonna Toledo

Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino

Ang Filipino 1 ay metalingwistik na pag-aaral sa gamit ng Filipino sa iba't ibang sitwasyon at larangan. Sa paraang pangdisiplinaryo at interktibo. Inaasahang maunawaan at malilinang sa mga estudyante ang mga kailangang kaalaman at kasanayan sa paggamit ng Filipino sa lalong matass na edukasyon.

Good Governance & Social Responsibility
Pearl Rhelmae Arevalo

Good Governance & Social Responsibility

This course is designed to inform and stimulate thinking on issues of ethics and social responsibility encountered in business.  The material covered is intended to prepare students to recognize and manage ethical and social responsibility issues as they arise, and to help them formulate their own standards of integrity and professionalism.  The overall course objectives are to increase awareness of the ethical dimension of business conduct, to contribute insight into the professional standards and responsibilities of students in their future careers; to develop analytical skills for identifying and resolving ethical and social responsibility issues in business; and to practice decision making about ethical and social responsibility issues.


Introduction to Computing
Elnelyn Oberio

Introduction to Computing

This course provides an overview of the Computing Industry and Computing profession, including Research and Applications in different fields; an Appreciation of Computing in different fields such as Biology, Sociology, Environment, and Gaming; and understanding of ACM Requirements; an Appreciation of the History of Computing; and Knowledge of the Key Components of Computer Systems (Organization and Architecture), Malware, Computer Security, Internet and Internet Protocols, HTML 4/5 and CSS.        

Civil Engineering Project 2 (Presentation)
Rene Melliza

Civil Engineering Project 2 (Presentation)

Implementation of a capstone project based on an approved proposal.

Structural Design I (Reinforced Concrete)
Rene Melliza

Structural Design I (Reinforced Concrete)

A professional course common to all civil engineering students design to provide fundamental concepts, principles, and theories in the structural strength analysis and design of plain, reinforced, and prestressed concrete elements in a structure.

Structural Theory 2
Reil Ryan Wales

Structural Theory 2

The course covers the theory of structures analysis as applied to indeterminate structures such as indeterminate beams, planar and space frames and trusses subject to static loads; method of consistent deformation; three-moment equation; slope-deflection method; moment distribution; energy methods, matrix methods; and approximate method of analysis.

Purposive Communication
Emelyn Joy Maglana

Purposive Communication

This class is open for this inter semester, 2020. If you are enrolled, click "Access." Welcome to the class!

Life, Works and Writings of Rizal  C
Glenn Severre

Life, Works and Writings of Rizal C

This is a three (3) unit course that is geared toward the compliance of the the mandated law, RA 1425, also known as Rizal Law. This states that all colleges and universities must include the study of the life and writings of Dr. Jose P. Rizal and his crucial role behind the development of Filipino nationalism. The lawmakers believed in the necessity of instilling the strong sense of nationalism among the youth, who are the hope of the nation through the study of Rizal's novels and other writings. This course will allow the students to view  the historical realities of the Philippines and the world in the 19th century and relate them to the contemporary social and global situations. 

Life, Works and Writings of Rizal B
Glenn Severre

Life, Works and Writings of Rizal B

This is a three (3) unit course that is geared toward the compliance of the the mandated law, RA 1425, also known as Rizal Law. This states that all colleges and universities must include the study of the life and writings of Dr. Jose P. Rizal and his crucial role behind the development of Filipino nationalism. The lawmakers believed in the necessity of instilling the strong sense of nationalism among the youth, who are the hope of the nation through the study of Rizal's novels and other writings. This course will allow the students to view  the historical realities of the Philippines and the world in the 19th century and relate them to the contemporary social and global situations. 

Life, Works and Writings of Rizal A
Glenn Severre

Life, Works and Writings of Rizal A

This is a three (3) unit course that is geared toward the compliance of the the mandated law, RA 1425, also known as Rizal Law. This states that all colleges and universities must include the study of the life and writings of Dr. Jose P. Rizal and his crucial role behind the development of Filipino nationalism. The lawmakers believed in the necessity of instilling the strong sense of nationalism among the youth, who are the hope of the nation through the study of Rizal's novels and other writings. This course will allow the students to view  the historical realities of the Philippines and the world in the 19th century and relate them to the contemporary social and global situations. 

Filipino I (A)
Jhonna Toledo

Filipino I (A)

Ang Filipino I ay metalingwistik na pag-aaral sa gamit ng Filipino sa iba’t ibang sitwasyon at larangan. Sa paraang pangdisiplinaryo at interektibo. Inaasahang maunawaan at malilinang sa mga estudyante ang mga kailangang mga kaalaman at kasanayan sa paggamit ng Filipino sa lalong mataas na edukasyon.

Purposive Communication
Prospero Jr. Gonzaga

Purposive Communication

Purposive Communication in English is a 3 unit course that deals with specified communicative focuses, such that specific interaction systems are used for varied communication targets. Thus, resulting into effective understanding and conveying of the desired message,

Christian Beliefs
Rafael Carado

Christian Beliefs

To acquaint students engaged in the academic study of religion with the theological method while studying the basic beliefs of Christianity (particularly Adventist Beliefs) and contemporary development in Christian beliefs.  Moreover, the supplementary discussion on how the Christian church can grow through understanding, identifying, and using Spiritual Gifts will be integrated.

Geriartric Nursing
Doris May Frasco

Geriartric Nursing

This course deals with the application of the concepts, principals, theories and methods in the care of older adult patients. This will tackle quality based programs and routines that will be essential for the safe and competent care of older adult patients and their families. The learners are expected to provide nursing care to at risk and sick older adult clients utilizing the nursing process.

Health Assessment
Omega Albao

Health Assessment

The course deals with concepts, principles & techniques of history taking using various tools, physical examination, psychosocial assessment and interpretation of laboratory findings to arrive at a nursing diagnosis on the client across the lifespan in community and hospital settings.

Pharmacology
Vicsel Rose Vallega Jore

Pharmacology

The course deals with pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, clinical/therapeutic uses and toxicology of drugs. Emphasis is given n how drugs works to anticipate when giving a drug to a patient are of paramount importance since nursing responsibilities include administering drugs, assessing drug effects, intervening to make a drug more tolerable, and providing teaching about drugs and the drug regimen.

Community Health Nursing II
Marchie Joyce Capada

Community Health Nursing II

This course deals with concepts, principles, theories and techniques in the care of population groups and communities utilizing community organizing strategies toward health promotion, disease prevention, restoration and maintenance, and rehabilitation and community development. The learners are expected to provide safe, appropriate and holistic nursing care utilizing the community health nursing process.

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING -1 (INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY)
Mary Janet Pinili

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING -1 (INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY)

This course deals with concepts, principles, theories and techniques in the provision of basic care in terms of health promotion, disease prevention, restoration and maintenance and rehabilitation at the individual and family level. It includes the study of the Philippine Health care Delivery System, national health situation and global context of public health. The learners are expected to provide safe, appropriate and holistic nursing care to individual and family as clients in community setting utilizing the nursing process.

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
Vicsel Rose Vallega Jore

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing

This course deals with the meta concepts of a person, health, environment and nursing as viewed by the different theorist. Likewise, it includes non-nursing theories such as systems, developmental and change theories. It presents how these concepts and theories serve as guide to nursing practice. It further deals with health as a multifactorial phenomenon and the necessary core competencies that the nurse needs to develop. This is an 3-unit course and we are expected to complete 54 hours of didactics.

Care of Mother and Child Normal (Client)
Salvacion Ban

Care of Mother and Child Normal (Client)

This course deals with the concepts, principles, theories and techniques in the nursing care of individuals and families during childbearing and childrearing years toward health promotion.  The learners are expected to provide safe, appropriate and holistic nursing care to clients utilizing the nursing process.

Christian Leadership & Ethics
Jessie Jr. Aragon

Christian Leadership & Ethics

A study of the basic philosophical foundations of Christian leadership, management and administration in addition to recent moral or ethical issues. Attention will be drawn to the investigation of models and concepts from Biblical and Christian leaders.

Physical Education 7
Mersol Antone

Physical Education 7

Being Physically fit does not only extend our life, it can also make us productive individuals. As the old adage "health is wealth" puts it, it is difficult to be productive if your body is not in good physical condition. having a good physical condition and fitness, is one of the factors that contribute to the progress of the society. 

PHILIPPINE LITERATURE 7
ellalou bermejo

PHILIPPINE LITERATURE 7

Course description

This course is a comprehensive study of Philippine Literature from the beginning of Philippine literature to the present.  It introduces students to the development of the various literary genres of the Philippines.  Through discussion and analysis of various literary genres and elements, this course seeks to enhance students’ awareness and appreciation of Philippine Literature.

Course objective

The course aims to develop among the students the appreciation to literary pieces and respect to cultural diversities.


AFRO - ASIAN LITERATURE 8
ellalou bermejo

AFRO - ASIAN LITERATURE 8

The recently coined term “Afro-Asian Literature” is broad in its usage and has many gray areas. The term is most often used to describe literature written by writers who are Afro-Asians, people of mixed African and Asian ancestry. The phrase can also be used to describe literature which depicts the relationship between African and Asian characters. Sometimes, the term can also refer to a book which compiles both cultures that do not necessarily intersect with each other. The two continents are often linked together as areas of study, because they both preserve and honor long cultures and traditions. Despite the deeply historically-rooted relationship between the two communities, there is a lack of research and study about their relationship and the people who share both heritages. Furthermore, there has been underlying tension between the two racial groups throughout history that persists today.


Mga Akdang Pampanitikan ng Asya
Iris Linatan

Mga Akdang Pampanitikan ng Asya

Ang Kursong ito ay magpapamalas ng pag-uunawa at pagpapahalaga  ng iba't ibang uri ng panitikan mula sa iba't ibang bahagi ng Asya kagaya ng maikling kuwento, dula, tula, sanaysay at nobela. Dito makikita ang mayaman na kultura ng bawat bansa sa Asya at kung paano ito nakaimpluwensya sa pang-araw-araw na pamumuhay ng mga mamamayan.  Mahahasa din ang abilidad ng mga mag-aaral sa maayos na paggamit ng gramatika sa mga gawain sa bawat aralin. Inaasahan na pagkatapos matalakay ang mga akda sa bawat yunit, magkakaroon ng pagbabago sa pananaw at saloobin ng mga mag-aaral sa pagtingin nila sa buhay.

Kontemporaryong Isyu
Girlyn Bansay

Kontemporaryong Isyu

Sa pag aaral ng Mga Kontemporaryong Isyu ay mauunawaan mo ang mga sanhi at bunga ng mga isyu at hamong nararanasan sa lipunan. Mahalagang maunawaan mo ito upang ikaw ay maging bahagi ng mga pagkilos at pagtugon sa mga isyu at hamong ito. Hindi lamang mga namumuno sa pamahalaan at mga pangkat na nagsusulong ng kanilang adhikain ang may tungkulin. Layunin din nitong maging pamilyar ang mag-aaral sa mga isyung kinahaharap sa bansa at sa daigdig sa kasalukuyan.

Personal Development
Jandelloyd Corro

Personal Development

This course makes senior high school students aware of the developmental stage that they are in, for them to better understand themselves and the significant people around them as they make important career decisions as adolescents. The course consists of modules, each of which addresses a key concern in personal development. Using the experiential learning approach, each module invites students to explore specific themes in their development. Personal reflections, sharing, and lectures help reveal and articulate relevant concepts, theories, and tools in different areas in psychology.

Pre - Calculus 11
Israel Garzon

Pre - Calculus 11

Pre calculus is the study of the mathematical prerequisites for calculus, including algebra, trigonometry and analytical geometry. The unusual thing about pre calculus topics is that they don’t directly involve calculus. Instead, they give students a strong foundation that will be used throughout their calculus studies.

Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa wika at  kulturang Pilipino 11
Diana Ross Salsona

Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa wika at kulturang Pilipino 11

Pag-aaral tungo sa pananaliksik ukol sa kalikasan, katangian, pag-unlad, gamit at paggamit ng Wikang Filipino sa mga sitwasyong komunikatibo at kultural sa lipunang Pilipino.

 

Physical Education and Health 11
Marian Joy Oman

Physical Education and Health 11

Core Subject Description:Physical Education and Health offers experiential learning for learners to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. The knowledge, skills
and understanding which include physical and health literacy competencies support them in accessing, synthesizing and evaluating information; making informed decisions;
enhancing and advocating their own as well as others’ fitness and health.
This course on exercise for fitness enables the learner to set goals , monitor one’s participation in aerobic and muscle- and bone-strengthening activities and constantly
evaluate how well one has integrated this into one’s personal lifestyle. It consists of an array of offerings which learners can choose from.

PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2
Joan Ranan

PRACTICAL RESEARCH 2

Humans are 'intuitive' scientists ....always asking questions and testing theories about themselves, others, events, the environment and the world around them

21st Century Philippine and World Literature
Engelyn Calipa

21st Century Philippine and World Literature

This course aims to engage students in appreciation and critical study of 21st Century Literature from the Philippines and the World encompassing their various dimensions, genres, elements, structures, contexts, and traditions.

Study and appreciation of the literature of the region where the school is located in relation to the literature of the other regions of the country.

BIBLE for Kindergarten
Ellen Nove Galupo

BIBLE for Kindergarten

In this class, you will dive into God's teachings in a fun and safe environment. The greatest stories ever heard come from the Bible. The Bible is also known as the Word of God. Do you believe the Bible? Why? 

Anyways, you will get to know more Jesus Who will always be your Bestfriend, Redeemer and Savior. Complete with activities! All lessons have games, crafts, or other activities along with the Bible teaching.

  • Ready to explore and venture!

ENGLISH for Grade 6
Ellen Nove Galupo

ENGLISH for Grade 6

This subject presents the domains in the K to 12 English Curriculum in an integrated way so that skills development from Reading to Language to Writing will be smooth and easy.

 In this subject, students should be able to construct meanings and communicate them using creative, appropriate and grammatically correct oral and written language. The learner listens critically; communicates feelings and ideas orally and in writing with a high level of proficiency; and reads various text types materials to serve learning needs in meeting a wide range of life's purpose.

SCIENCE for GRADE 6
EVEN VILLAR

SCIENCE for GRADE 6

This course aims to acquaint the learners with basic biological and physical sciences that will help them understand and explain natural phenomena and increase awareness of the role of human beings in taking care of oneself and protecting the environment.