• Programs Offered

    AB Legal Studies

    A thorough study in the social sciences, communications, politics, and legal systems in preparation for the study of law.

    AB Mass Communication Specialization in

    Broadcast Communication – From international networks to community stations, the broadcast media presents opportunities for writers, performers and producers.

    AB Multimedia Arts

    Multimedia Arts is designed to provide a broad-based education exploring specific applic ations of digital technologies in the many individual media which constitute multimedia. The course includes digital technology and design, desktop publishing typology, digital design, design for industry, experimental design, advertising, and competitive design and professional practice work.

    BS in Psychology

    The methods in observing, analyzing and interpreting individual and group behavior in preparation for careers in management, personnel, training, research, testing, counseling, and community development.

    BS Education

    The Education Programs offered at LPU Cavite aims to address the need for competent and creative teachers. LPU provides training and tweaks the learnerS' awareness of current theories and principles in the field of education.

    Bachelor of Elementary Education Major in Pre-School Education provides holistic training by exposing students to the Arts, Sciences, Mathematics, Technology and principles of Guidance and Counseling.

    Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English prepares the students in teaching the four macro skills: Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. They are also exposed to different trends in teaching English as a second language.

    BS Foreign Service

    • Major in Diplomacy – The course provides thorough preparation for a career in the Foreign Service.

      The Course includes subjects such as Protocol & Etiquette, Diplomatic and Consular Practices and Procedures, Cross Cultural Communication, Philippine Foreign Policy, International Organizations, International Trade Practices and Trends, Import-Export Procedures, Philippine Political and Socio-Cultural Conditions, and World History, among others.

      The curriculum is regularly reviewed to keep up with national and international trends, as well as the demands of the domestic and foreign professions and job markets.

      Students may choose from French, Spanish, Japanese and Mandarin languages. Courses are basic, intermediate, converstional and advanced.

      Students must fulfill the practicum requirement of at least 300 hours of training, done through arrangements with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Department of Trade and Industry, government bureaus and foreign embassies, international trade and marketing agencies, non-governmental organizations, and reputable private firms here and abroad. The faculty includes diplomats, lawyers, language specialists, industry practitioners and holders of graduate degrees related to International Relations. The school regularly invites authorities on politics, culture and communications to share their insights through relevant in-house seminars.