Social Sciences and Education Programs

Bachelor of Science in Educational Technology   (BS EDT)

This program provides undergraduate students with a solid grounding on the dynamic relationship between technology and education and on the potent role of technology in enriching the teaching and learning process. The program aims to produce Educational Technologist who are flexible in the present-day set-up, so that through their foundation on technology and groundwork of education can become effective and relevant in the education industry in today’s fast paced and technology driven world.

The program has at its core the aim of equipping students with current trends on technology, which prepares them to become highly adept on the use of technology as a means of improving the teaching and learning processes in various areas of specialization (i.e., Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Sports Science and Special Education).

Graduates of this program are primarily geared towards becoming Learning Management System (LMS) developers, Instructional Technology Consultants, Educational Research Assessment Analyst, and Technology Designers/Instructors.

Bachelo of Arts in Psychology (PSYA)

This program aims to provide undergraduate students with solid basic foundation on the major areas of psychology, which may also be used in preparation for further studies and training in particular specializations of psychology or other professions such as education, law, and business management. The program is designed to effectively prepare students in employing systematic methods of inquiry in the study of human behavior. It aims to develop competencies in research and practice with special emphasis on the application of psychology in various relevant settings. With further specialized training, graduates of this program may pursue career paths in major sectors of society such as the helping professions (psychotherapy, medicine), education (teaching, research), business and government institutions (human resource selection, training and development), and civil society (community development).

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (PSYB)

This program aims to provide undergraduate students with solid basic foundation on the major areas of psychology, which may also be used in preparation for further studies and training in particular specializations of psychology or other professions such as education, law, and business management. The program is designed to provide training in the employment of systematic methods of inquiry in the study of human behavior. It functions as a training ground for students who want to deepen their knowledge of human behavior and psycho-physiological systems by employing concepts of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, and cognitive science. The program may also serve as a preparation for further studies in medicine. With further specialized training, graduates of this program may pursue career paths in major sectors of society such as the helping professions (psychotherapy, medicine), education (teaching, research), business and government institutions (human resource selection, training and development), and civil society (community development).

STRAIGHT PROGRAMS

a. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Master of Arts in Psychology (AMPSY)

b. Bachelor of Science in Psychology - Master of Arts in Psychology (BMPSY)

Straight programs aim to provide undergraduate students opportunities to graduate with both a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Psychology. With this, the master’s degree will only be earned when requirements for both undergrad and masters are met. Those who are enrolled in the said straight program will receive two (2) diplomas, one for their bachelor’s and one for their master’s degree after completing the straight program requirements in four (4) years. Those who finish the straight program can proceed directly to taking the Psychologist Licensure Exam and pursue career paths in various major fields, such as clinical psychology, industrial-organizational psychology educational psychology, medicine, law, education, business, and civil society.

Master of Arts in Psychology  (MAPSY)

Engaging into graduate-level study could open more opportunities for a psychology major degree holder. The Master of Arts in Psychology program covers two (2) years of study. Obtaining as Master’s degree in Psychology qualifies one to take the Psychologist Licensure Exam and open multiple career paths for the individual, including the pursuit of a Ph.D. in Psychology. Students will be able to utilize the knowledge they have acquired in the undergraduate program, while developing expertise in the profession by putting their knowledge into practice, through the University’s internship and research agenda.