ABOUT

This College provides a Christian liberal education with its competent and highly qualified faculty and staff. It constantly upgrades quality standards of curriculum and instruction in a humanistic and liberal orientation, prepares students for their various professions and liberally nurtures them with the Christian ideals and values of the University.

The CASSW has now seven (7) departments, namely: Department of English and Mass Communication, Math Department, Department of Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Philosophy and Religion, Social Work, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). The offering of programs with double majors is now approved by the Board of Trustees, a policy that impacts on the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Science degrees.

Mission

A liberal arts education committed to the development of the total person to enable him to realize fullness in human life.

The College of Arts, Sciences and Social Work, through its highly competent faculty and staff, is committed to excellence in providing Christian liberal education.  Education in the CASSW is geared towards the preparation of students for their various professions as responsible leaders and useful members of society, nurtured with the Christian values of faith, character and service.

Objectives

The College of Arts, Sciences and Social Work is committed to develop persons who are:

Free, responsible and sensitive to the needs and aspirations of a humane and democratic society.
Professionally competent, equipped with the spirit of scientific inquiry and the humanism of the arts and letters.
Adherent to the belief that faith, character and service are the touchstones of the mature and truly educated individual.
Committed to serve God, country, and people to promote community and national development.

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“Building a Culture of Research, Sustainability, and Community Service”
CARMENCITA M. DUEÑAS, Ed.D.

Dean, College of Arts, Sciences and Social Work (CASSW)

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Department of Social Sciences

Department of Social Work

Department of English and Mass Communication

Dept. of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Contact details

Mylene G. Dinglasan, Ed.D.
Dean
College of Arts, Sciences, Social Work and Education (CASSWE)

Noemi S. Sayson
Department Head
Department of English and Mass Communication (DEMC)

Marie C. Abrera
Department Head
Department of Social Sciences (DSS)

Estrella P. Galia
Department Head
Department of Social Work (DSW)

Gabriel T. Tapar
OIC
Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
(DNSM)

📞:  (+632) 8523-2187

📱 : (+63) 9275436219
          (Arts of Sciences)

📱:  (+63) 9645306724 
    (Social Work)

Bachelor of Science in Math

Bachelor of Science Biology

Bachelor of Science Social Work

Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting

A four-year degree program that will prepare the student for a career in the media industry, particularly in television and radio networks.

  • Competency in at least six (6) of the Following.

               – Scriptwriting
               – Directing
               – Producing
               – Performing
               – Production Designing, costume/makeup
               – Post-Production
               – Web content creation & development & web designing
               – Graphic Designing
               – Videography/Cinematography
               – Musical Scoring

  • Prepare Communication/media plan;
  • Conduct media research;
    audience research, textual analysis, political economic analysis of the media;
  • Apply basic media management and leadership skills;
  • Exemplify ethical standards and practices;
  • Abide by laws pertinent to broadcasting and other media;
  • Demonstrate a sense of social responsibility; and
  • Apply relevant media theories/models, principles, practices and tools in broadcasting and other media.


Faculty   (*) part-time: provided with Authority/Permission to Teach  under CSC Rules.

Abraham T. Ausan Jr. – Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Master of Management in Public Administration

Francis Christie Arnado – Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Bachelor of Law, Master in Public Administration, Doctor of Philosophy in Development Administration

Bryan Puerto* – Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Master in Foreign Service, Juris Doctor (in progress), Field Investigator at the Office of the Ombudsman

Anna Marie C.  Abrera – Bachelor of Arts Major in Psychology, Master of Science in Psychology, Ph.D. in Psychology Major in Clinical Psychology (in progress), Co-Founder of AMG Bahay Silungan, Inc.

Armando R. Bawan – Bachelor of Arts Major in Psychology, Master in Industrial Relation, Ph.D. in Development Administration (academic units completed)

Jan Raphael Gonzales – Bachelor of Arts Major in Psychology, Master of Arts in Psychology, Registered Psychologist and Psychometrician

Agnes Macalipay – Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Master of Arts in Psychology with specialization in Clinical Psychology, 10 years of practice in psychological assessment

Carmela A. Castro – Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Master of Arts in Psychology with specialization in Clinical Psychology, Master of Arts in Education Major in Guidance Counseling, Registered Psychologist

Jericho D. Medel – Bachelor of Arts Major in Psychology, Master of Arts in Psychology with specialization in Clinical Psychology, Registered Psychologist and Psychometrician

Nilo Lardizabal – Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Master of Arts in Theology, Doctor of Philosophy major in Philosophy

Noemi S. Sayson – AB Mass Communication, MA in Mass Communication (finished academic requirement) PLM, MA in Education major in English

Atty. Ronald Paz Caraig* – BA Journalism, Cum Laude UP Diliman, Bachelor of Law, Cum Laude PCU, MA in Media Studies (in progress) UP Diliman

Raisa A. Austral* – BS Mass Communication major in Broadcasting and Print, Cum Laude PCU

Isabel Denise Ann L. Miguel* – BS Communication major in Broadcasting and Print

Alethea D. Ordiales* – BS Mass Communication major in Broadcasting and Print

Maria Christina R. Gonzales – AB Mass Communication