College of Arts and Sciences

DR. MARLON S. PONTILLAS
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

cas@cspc.edu.ph
(054) 288-4421 to 23
@cspc.cas

General Objectives

The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) aims to produce well-rounded individuals who are well equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills in the arts and sciences and competent in their field of specialization so that they will become globally competitive professionals and leaders, and productive citizens of the country.

Specifically, the following are what CAS aims to achieve:

  • Provide quality education in the arts and sciences with accompanying behavioral and social preparation responsive for industry demand.
  • Integrate professional, ethical and legal practices in the study of arts and sciences to develop competent, critically-minded and morally-disciplined students and graduates.
  • Conduct researches that contribute to the theory and practice in the arts and sciences and relevant to the institutional, regional and national thrusts and ably conform with the national and global standards.
  • Generate manpower needs of industries and other service areas towards the betterment of community and the country.

Programs Offered

  • Bachelor in Human Services
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Language Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Development Communication
  • Bachelor of Public Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics (New Program Offering)

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MARLON S. PONTILLAS, PhD
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Assistant Professor IV
PhD in Applied Linguistics (ongoing)
PhD in Educational Management
MA in English
BA in Communication

FACULTY PROFILE

AB in English Language Studies Core Faculty

DAN FERETH B. FAJARDO, MAEd
Program Chair, AB English Language Studies
Instructor 1
PhD in Language and Literacy Development (ongoing)
MAEd major in English Language Teaching
BSEd major in English

NEL FRANCIS B. BUENA, MAEd
Instructor I
PhD in English Language and Literature (Ongoing)
Master in Language and Literature
AB in Literature


AUDREY MILLICENT S. HUGO
Instructor I
MAEd major in English (ongoing)
BSEd major in English

JANESSA ANGUSTIA M. MALAYA, MAEd
Instructor II
PhD in English Language Education (ongoing)
MAEd major in Teaching English as a Second Language
BSEd major in English

HERBERT JOHN N. NACHOR, MAEd
Instructor I
EdD Language Education (ongoing)
MAEd major in English
BSEd major in English

NICKY GEM M. RIVERA
Instructor I
MA in Literature (ongoing)
BSEd major in English

BS in Development Communication Core Faculty

NOEL R. VOLANTE, PhD
Program Chair, BS in Development Communication
Instructor I
PhD in Development Education
MA in Communication
BA Development Communication

FILMOR J. MURILLO, MDC
Associate Professor III
PhD in English Studies: Language (ongoing)
Master of Development Communication
AB English


GIGI V. SEVERO, MAEd
Instructor I
EdD in Educational Management (ongoing)
MAEd in English
BA in Communication

BS Mathematics and BS Applied Mathematics Core Faculty

ALEX RALPH B. NIEVA, MSc
Program Chair, BS Mathematics and BS Applied Mathematics
Instructor 1
MS in Mathematics
BS in Mathematics

ROWEL S. RAMOS, MAMathEd
Program Chair, BS Mathematics
Instructor II
PhD in Mathematics Education (ongoing)
MA in Mathematics Education
Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics

JIEL MARK D. JAGMIS, MSc
Instructor 1
MS in Mathematics
BS in Mathematics

LIEZL B. NAMORO, MAEd
PhD in Mathematics Education (ongoing)
MAEd Major in Mathematics
BS in Mathematics

Bachelor in Public Administration Core Faculty

JULYVEN MARTA FRIDAS M. PADRIGON, MS
Program Chair, Bachelor in Public Administration
Instructor I
PhD in Public Administration (ongoing)
MS Development Management and Governance
BS Agri-Ecotourism Management

EUGENE N. ECLAR, JD
Instructor I
Bachelor of Law
AB in English

APRIL Z. LUZON, JD, PhD
Associate Professor III
PhD in Public Administration
Masters in Public Administration (ongoing)
MAEd in History
Bachelor of Law
BA in Political Science

JOVI O. SOLOMO, MPA
Lecturer
PhD in Public Management
Master in Public Administration
AB Economics

PEDRO P. TURIANO, JD
Instructor I
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Bachelor in Human Services Core Faculty

EVA C. SASULUYA, MAEd
Instructor II
PhD in Counselor Education (ongoing)
MAEd in Guidance and Counseling
BSEd major in Counselor Education

LEO FRANCIS B. BARBONIO, MAEd
Instructor I
PhD in Counselor Education (ongoing)
MAEd in Guidance and Counseling
AB Philosophy

JO VINCENT T. BARDAJE
Instructor I
MA in Social Psychology (ongoing)
BS in Psychology

MA. FRANCIA S. DE CHAVEZ, MAEd
Instructor I
PhD in Counselor Education (ongoing)
MAEd in Guidance and Counseling
BS in Psychology

PATRICIA MARIELLE R. DE CHAVEZ
Instructor 1
MA in Counseling Psychology (ongoing)
BS in Psychology

LENY O. FIGURACION, MAEd
Assistant Professor II
MAEd in Guidance and Counseling
BS in Psychology

MA. ZANDRA BONNINE V. SALCEDO, MAEd
Instructor I
PhD in Psychology (ongoing)
MAEd in Guidance and Counseling
BS in Psychology

General Education Courses Faculty

MARK RONEL R. OCBIAN, MAEd
General Education Courses Coordinator and Specialist
Instructor I
MAEd in Mathematics
BSEd major in Mathematics

RENATO A. ADRIANO III
Instructor I
MA in Social Studies Education (ongoing)
AB in Political Science

MA. LUDILYN B. AGAPITO, MA
Instructor I
MA in Chemistry Education
Bachelor in Secondary Education

DAISYLEN D. ALANO, MAEd
Instructor I
MAEd major in History
AB Political Science

FRANCIA J. BABAY, MA
Instructor I
MA Biology Education (ongoing)
BSED Biology Education

EJAY F. BARCINILLA
Instructor I
MA Educational Technology (ongoing)
BSED Educational Media and Technology

ROMER F. BELTRAN-YU, MAEd
Instructor I
MAEd major in Mathematics
Bachelor of Secondary Education

CHARLES V. BOLIVAL, JD, MPA
Instructor III
Master in Public Administration
Bachelor of Law
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

FREDDIE R. COLLADA, JD
Instructor I
MA in Public Administration (ongoing)
Bachelor of Law
BS in Political Science

JOSEPH D. ILLO, MBM
Instructor I
Master in Business Management
AB Political Science

ABBYGAIL N. JARDINEL
Instructor I
MAEd Guidance and Counseling (ongoing)
AB Psychology

ELBERT O. BAETA
Instructor I
MA in Literature (ongoing)
BSE in English

CATHERINE B. GUARNES, MA
Instructor I
PhD in Science Education (ongoing)
MA in Physics Education
BSE in Physical Science

AMADO A. OLIVA JR., PhD
Professor I
PhD in Educational Management
MAEd in Non-formal Education
MAEd in History (Completed Academic Requirments)
BA in Political Science

LEA MAE L. ORTEGA
Instructor I
MA in Social Studies Education (ongoing)
AB In Political Science

MHELROSE PRADES, MIT
Instructor I
Master in Information Technology
BS in Information Technology

JAYMARK D. SAMSON
Instructor I
MA in Biology Education (ongoing)
BSEd Major in Biological Science

MARIA TERESA V. SEPTIMO, EdD
Associate Professor III
EdD in Teaching Filipino Language & Literature
MA in Filipino
BSEd in Filipino

MARIETTA A. TATARO, PhD
Associate Professor V
PhD in Educational Management
MAEd in Administration and Supervision
BSE in English

MARILYN B. VILLOSO, MIT
Instructor I
Master in Information Technology
BS in Information Technology

 

BACHELOR IN HUMAN SERVICES

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Graduates of the Bachelor of Human Services program are expected to attain the following objectives 3-5 years after graduation.

  1. Engage in professional development or post-graduate education to pursue flexible career paths adapting to future technological changes in human services and related fields;
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, ethical behavior and societal responsibility in human services practice, development and all their endeavors;
  3. Practice their expertise in the human services and other related fields by making technical contributions to design, develop, and solve problems in their workplaces which meet the desired needs of the society.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the program should be able to:

  1. Describe the nature of human systems: individual, group, organization, community and society, and their major interactions
  2. Explain the conditions which promote or limit optimal functioning and classes of deviations from desired functioning in the major human systems.
  3. Identify and select interventions which promote growth and goal attainment, including assistance, referral, or advocacy
  4. Demonstrate professional helping skills, values and attitudes that facilitate client outcomes across settings and contexts.
  5. Appraise one’s own personal qualities, value orientation, and understanding of organizational values and human service ethics, in relation to how they affect clients.
  6. Show appreciation of the client’s values, lifestyle and goals.
  7. Design, implement and evaluate appropriate and ethical activities in human services based on needs and evidence.
  8. Understand and apply social science concepts and theories to the analysis of social issues.
  9. Design and execute social research using appropriate approaches and methods.
  10. Practice professional and ethical standards in the fields of social sciences and communication.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

After three years of being graduated from BS Mathematics program, graduates will be able to:

  1. Develop mathematical skills needed in pursuing higher studies, and apply these concepts in adapting to the changing needs of the modern world.
  2. Pursue career in mathematics, whether in teaching and other related fields to contribute to the development of well-rounded society.
  3. Establish strong appreciation of mathematics across other disciplines to effectively solve real-life problems.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the program should be able to:

  1. Gain mastery in the core areas of mathematics: algebra, analysis, and geometry.
  2. Demonstrate skills in pattern recognition, generalization, abstraction, critical analysis, synthesis, problem- solving and rigorous argument.
  3. Develop an enhanced perception of the vitality and importance of mathematics in the modern world including inter-relationships within math and its connection to other disciplines.
  4. Appreciate the concept and role of proof and reasoning and demonstrate knowledge in reading and writing mathematical proofs.
  5. Make and evaluate mathematical conjectures and arguments and validate their own mathematical thinking.
  6. Communicate mathematical ideas orally and in writing using clear and precise language.
  7. Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding in the core areas of physical and natural sciences.
  8. Apply critical and problem-solving skills using the scientific method.
  9. Interpret relevant scientific data and make judgments that include reflection on relevant scientific and ethical issues.
  10. Carry out basic mathematical and statistical computations and use appropriate technologies in (a) the analysis of data.
  11. Communicate information, ideas problems and solutions, both, orally and in writing, to other scientists, decision makers and the public.
  12. Relate science and mathematics to the other disciplines.
  13. Design and perform safe and responsible techniques and procedures in laboratory or field practices.
  14. Critically evaluate input from others.
  15. Appreciate the limitations and implications of science in everyday life.
  16. Commit to the integrity of data.

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Within 3-5 years after graduation, the graduates of Bachelor of Arts in English Language Studies are expected to:

  1. Engage in professional development or post-graduate education to pursue flexible career paths adapting to future technological changes in language studies and related fields;
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, ethical behavior, and societal responsibility in language studies practice, development, and all their endeavors;
  3. Practice their expertise in language studies and other related fields by making technical contributions to design, develop, and solve problems in their workplaces that meet society’s desired need

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the program should be able to:

  1. Articulate a comprehensive and contextualized view of the English language system and development.
  2. Communicate in English (both oral and written) fluently, accurately, and creatively in diverse social, cultural, academic, and professional settings.
  3. Facilitate English language learning in diverse social, cultural, academic, and professional settings.
  4. Participate effectively in oral communication situations where language systems (phonological, morphological, syntactic, semantic) vary.
  5. Produce well-written texts for various academic and professional purposes.
  6. Recognize the need for and demonstrate the ability for lifelong learning.
  7. Identify multi-perspectives and interrelations among texts and contexts.
  8. Apply analytical and interpretive skills in the study of texts.
  9.  Discuss and/or create artistic forms.
  10. Demonstrate research skills specific to the sub-disciplines in the humanities.
  11. Use appropriate theories and methodologies critically and creatively.
  12. Appraise the role of humanistic education in the formation of the human being and society.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Within 3-5 years after graduation, the graduates of Bachelor of Science in Development Communication are expected to:

  1. Engage in professional development or post-graduate education to pursue flexible career paths adapting to future technological changes in the development communication and related fields;
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, ethical behavior, and societal responsibility in language studies practice, development, and all their endeavors;
  3. Practice their expertise in development communication and other related fields by making technical contributions to design, develop, and solve problems in their workplaces that meet society’s desired needs.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the program should be able to:

  1. Develop a critical understanding of development perspectives.
  2. Define and access information needs; assess and organize information and knowledge; produce, share, and utilize information and knowledge.
  3. Apply communication theories/models, principles, practices, and tools in development work.
  4. Develop a communication program/plan.
  5. Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills as a linker, networker, and mediator.
  6. Communicate in different formats and platforms (print, broadcast, and online).
  7. Conduct communication research, monitoring, and evaluation.
  8. Develop and produce multi-media materials.
  9. Demonstrate program management and leadership skills.
  10. Develop entrepreneurial capabilities.
  11. Adhere to ethical standards and practices.
  12. Know and practice rights and responsibilities and accountabilities in the communication profession.
  13. Integrate technical knowledge (e.g., Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, Health Sciences, and Applied Sciences) in content development and management.
  14. Understand and apply social science concepts and theories to the analysis of social issues
  15. Design and execute social research using appropriate approaches and methods
  16. Practice professional and ethical standards in the fields of social sciences and communication.

BACHELOR OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Within 3-5 years after graduation, the graduates of Bachelor in Public Administration are expected to:

  1. Demonstrate professionalism, ethical behavior and societal responsibility in public administration practice in government and non-government organizations and other areas of employment.
  2. Engage in professional development or post-graduate education to pursue flexible career paths adapting to future technological changes in public administration and related fields;
  3. Practice their expertise in the public administration and other related fields by making technical contributions to develop, and solve problems in their workplaces which meet the desired needs of the society.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the Bachelor in Public Administration program should be able to:

  1. Develop adequate knowledge and understanding of fundamentals of good governance;
  2. Demonstrate high appreciation for the demands and challenges of public service;
  3. Adhere to high ethical values for public service, accountability, nationalism and sustainability;
  4. Demonstrate a strong sense of duty to promote and protect public interest especially for the depressed and marginalized communities;
  5. Integrate adequate skills in management including planning implementation, monitoring and human, material and resource management for government and civil society organizations;
  6. Exemplify the ability to engage in scientific research and national decision making.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

After three years of being graduated from BS Applied Mathematics program, graduates will be able to:

  1. Develop mathematical skills needed in pursuing higher studies, and apply these concepts in adapting to the changing needs of the modern world.
  2. Pursue career in mathematics, whether in teaching and other related fields to contribute to the development of well-rounded society.
  3. Establish strong appreciation of mathematics across other disciplines to effectively solve real-life problems.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of the program should be able to:

  1. Gain mastery in the core areas of mathematics: algebra, analysis, and geometry.
  2. Demonstrate skills in pattern recognition, generalization, abstraction, critical analysis, synthesis, problem- solving and rigorous argument.
  3. Develop an enhanced perception of the vitality and importance of mathematics in the modern world including inter-relationships within math and its connection to other disciplines.
  4. Appreciate the concept and role of proof and reasoning and demonstrate knowledge in reading and writing mathematical proofs.
  5. Make and evaluate mathematical conjectures and arguments and validate their own mathematical thinking.
  6. Communicate mathematical ideas orally and in writing using clear and precise language.
  7. Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding in the core areas of physical and natural sciences.
  8. Apply critical and problem-solving skills using the scientific method.
  9. Interpret relevant scientific data and make judgments that include reflection on relevant scientific and ethical issues.
  10. Carry out basic mathematical and statistical computations and use appropriate technologies in (a) the analysis of data.
  11. Communicate information, ideas problems and solutions, both, orally and in writing, to other scientists, decision makers and the public.
  12. Relate science and mathematics to the other disciplines.
  13. Design and perform safe and responsible techniques and procedures in laboratory or field practices.
  14. Critically evaluate input from others.
  15. Appreciate the limitations and implications of science in everyday life.
  16. Commit to the integrity of data.

Program Educational Objectives and Program Outcomes

 

Student Organizations

  • College of Arts and Sciences - College Student Council
  • Language Studies Society
  • Alliance of Development Communication Students
  • League of Elite Math Enthusiasts