Program Specifications

College of Liberal Arts and Education

Bachelor of Arts in Communication

Program Specification

Program: Bachelor of Arts in Communication

Awarding Body/InstitutionPACUCOA
Accreditation
Accreditation LevelLevel III
Program TitleBachelor of Arts in Communication
Program Goals and Program Learning OutcomesThis program aims to equip students with knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of communication applicable in various professions and context with focus on the media professions.
Internal and or/External benchmarks/referencesCMO 35 s 2017 Policies, Standards, and Guidelines (PSGs) for Bachelor of Arts in Communication (BACom) Program
Outline of Program Structure and ContentSee attachment
Achievement of PLO
Opportunities provided by the Program ( e.g. study abroad,
internships, student exchange)
Internship, field exposure, student exchange
Requirements needed to GraduateThesis and/or Special Project
Specifications of all courses in the Program
Career OpportunitiesGraduates of this program may find employment as public and corporate communication/ information officers, social science and communication researchers/analysts, communication/media planners and managers, program/project development officers, public relations and advertising practitioners, media practitioners, learning system designers, multimedia designers, and allied/related professions.
Date Specification was written or revised
Reference to national qualifications framework Level
Mode of StudyOn-site and online
Language of DeliveryEnglish and Filipino
Outline of Program Structure and Content
Core Courses
1Introduction to Communication Media
2Communication Theories
3Communication Research
4Communication, Culture and Society
5Communication Media Laws and Ethics
6Communication Planning
7Communication Management
Core Courses
1Journalism Principles and Practices
2Broadcasting Principles and Practices
3Advertising Principles and Practices
4Public Relations Principles and Practices
5Social Media Principles and Practices
6Integrated Marketing Communication
7Introduction to Film
Additional Required Courses
1Knowledge Management
2Development Communication
3Risk, Disaster, and Humanitarian Communication
Communication Elective Courses
1Communication Elective 1
2Communication Elective 2
3Communication Elective 3
4Communication Elective 4
5Communication Elective 5
Social Science/ Humanities Elective Courses
1SocSci/Humanities Elective 1
2SocSci/Humanities Elective 2
3SocSci/Humanities Elective 3
4SocSci/Humanities Elective 4
5SocSci/Humanities Elective 5
Additional Communication Courses
1Basic and Digital Photography
2Multimedia Writing
3Multimedia Production
4Post Production Techniques
5Multimedia Portfolio Preparation
Core General Education Courses
1Purposive Communication
2Ethics
3Understanding the Self
4Art Appreciation
5Mathematics in the Modern World
6Science, Technology and Society
7Readings in Philippine History
8The Contemporary World
Physical Education Courses
1Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 1
2Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 2
3Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 3
4Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 4
Government Mandated Courses
1National Service Training Program 1
2National Service Training Program 1
3Life and Works of Rizal
Institutional Mandated Courses
1JPL: Life and his Works
2Advanced Holistic Professional Development Program
3College Academic Skills in English
4Wika, Kultura at Lipunan
5Wika, Kultura at Lipunan
Institutional Mandated Courses
1JPL: Life and his Works
2Advanced Holistic Professional Development Program
Foreign Language
1Foreign Language 1
2Foreign Language 2
Elective General Education
1Earth and Physical Science
2Basic Statistics
3Logic and Critical Thinking Skills
Research
1Research Methods and Techniques
2Thesis Writing 1
3Thesis Writing 2
Internship
1Practicum/ Work Integrated Learning
Sample PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (Courses)Assessment MethodSources of Assessment (Courses)Performance Standard
Define and access
information needs;
assess and organize
information and
knowledge; produce,
share and utilize
information and
knowledge.
COMM01A : Introduction to Communication MediaWritten Quiz and Simulated ActivityCOMM01A : Introduction to Communication Media75 %
Communicate in
different formats and
platforms.
COMM02B : Broadcasting Principles and PracticesWritten Quiz and Simulated ActivityCOMM01A : Broadcasting Principles and Practices75 %
Develop and produce communication materials in different formats and platforms
Conduct communication
and media research and
evaluation.
Apply communication
theories/models,
principles, practices,
and tools in
development work.
Adhere to ethical
standards and practices
Know and practice
rights and
responsibilities and
accountabilities in the
communication
profession
Prepare communication/
media plan.
Demonstrate
communication
management and
leadership skills.
Develop entrepreneurial
capabilities.
Demonstrate a
development orientation
in communication work.
Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Service

Program Specification

Program: Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Service

Awarding Body/ InstitutionCHED
AccreditationPACUCO
Accreditation LevelLevel III
Program TitleBachelor of Arts in Foreign Service
Program Goals and Program Learning OutcomesPROGRAM GOALS
Students in the discipline must exhibit the following competencies at the end of the undergraduate program. Foreign Service graduates should be able to: master the different concepts related to the discipline; define, distinguish, and apply various theories and methods of the discipline; develop and design research studies using appropriate methods and guided by relevant social sciences theories and frameworks; improve written, visual and oral skills to create substantial and analytical reports; analyze, evaluate and respond to both national and global issues and problems based on the acquired knowledge and understanding of the historical and contemporary developments; prepare for the work in the prospective career and professional environment; and enhance commitment and adherence to the ethical and professional standards of diplomacy, Foreign Service and international relations.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
• Exhibit proficiency in diplomatic protocol, etiquette, and procedures.

• Conduct in-depth research on national and international issues, utilizing a variety of sources and methodologies that promote economic and social development.

• Evaluate the impact of foreign policy decisions on national and international levels.

• Demonstrate ethical leadership and a strong commitment to promoting social justice, human rights, and sustainable development on the global stage.

• Propose effective foreign policy strategies considering political, economic, and social implications.
Internal and or/External benchmarks/referencesAcademic Policies, ISO Standards
Outline of Program Structure and Content1. CHED MANDATED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
Understanding the Self
Readings in Philippine History
Mathematics in the Modern World
Science, Technology and Society
Ethics
Purposive Communication
Art Appreciation
The Contemporary World

2. ADDITIONAL GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
Wika, Kultura at Lipunan
College Academic Skills in English
Logic and Critical Thinking Skills
Philippine Pop Culture
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 1 Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 2 Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 3 Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 4

3. GOVERNMENT-MANDATED COURSE
Life and Works of Rizal
National Service Training Program 1
National Service Training Program 2

4. INSTITUTION-MANDATED COURSES
JPL Life and His Works
Advanced Holistic Professional Development (AHPD) Course

5. CORE COURSE
Organizational Communication
The Philippine Constitution
World Culture and Geography

6. PROFESSIONAL COURSES
History of Political Thought
Foreign Language 1-4
Introduction to International Relations Introduction to International Trade
Philippine Political Conditions
Perspective on Civilization 1
Philippine Foreign Service System
Diplomatic Practices and Procedures
Philippine Trade Policies and Practices
Political Economy and Geography
International and Regional Organizations Perspective on Civilization II
International Political Economy
Cross Cultural Communications
International Negotiations
Philippine Economic Conditions and Development Issues
Commercial Diplomacy
Managerial and Leadership Skills
International Current Events and Issues International Law
Parliamentary Procedures
Cultural Diplomacy
Environmental Diplomacy
Philippine Public Policy
Comparative Government and Politics
Philippine Foreign Policy
Protocol, Etiquette and Social Graces
Multilateral Diplomacy
Comparative Foreign Policy
Philippine Immigration Laws and Migration Studies
Philippine Public Administration and Governance

7. THESIS / RESEARCH
Introduction to Social Science Research
Research Writing 1 (Thesis 1)
Research Writing 2 (Thesis 2)

8. INTERNSHIP / PRACTICUM
Foreign Service Internship (600 hours)
Achievement of PLOAchievement of at least 75% mark in the specified subjects, guided by the following performance indicators:
• Demonstration of diplomatic protocol, etiquette, and procedures.
• Ability to defend research on national and international issue.
• Proficiency in evaluating the impact of foreign policy decisions on national and international levels.
• Adherence to ethical principles and professional standards in foreign service.
• Satisfactory performance in examinations and assessments
Opportunities provided by the Program ( e.g. study abroad, internships, student exchange)• Local and International Internship with 600 hours of service credit.
• Attendance and participation in National/International Competitions/Conferences. • Service Learning Programs
• Student Activities (e.g. Diplomatic Ball, Leadership Forums, etc.
Requirements needed to Graduate• Need to take and pass the prescribed units
• Should complete and receive a passing mark in the Internship Program.
Specifications of all courses in the ProgramWorld Culture and Geography (WCG102 – 3 Units)
The course provides an overview of the geography and culture around the world. The primary goals of this course are to help the students become knowledgeable about the world geography and to understand the various cultures around the world. This course will help them to understand the people and its geography.
History of Political Thought (POL102 – 3 Units) This course analyses the historical evolution of political philosophy. The students are expected to be introduced to prevailing political theories that traces the epochal turning point of Ancient, Medieval and Modern thinking and juxtaposed ideas on how states, citizens and society developed. The political understanding of historical events will help students in their subjective, historical and social backgrounds of relevant scholars and epoch that brought about the origin and development of particular political thoughts. It then proceeds with a careful analysis of selected political theories by assessing how these impacted the development of modern and international nation-state system that will help the students to be critically equipped in analyzing certain field of existence.
Introduction to International Relations (FSC201 – 3 Units)
The course offers a brief review of the evolution of world political system, world politics and historical background of the theories of international relations. It details mainstream theoretical arguments such as structural, unit-level, cognitive, and societal nature of international relations. It applies theories to various utilizations in important issues such as nationalism, ethics, environment, security, North-South relations and economic development. The course concludes with a discussion of global issues related to trade, economy, human rights and environmental sustainability.
Introduction to International Trade (FSC202 – 3 Units)
The course is designed to teach and familiarize the students with various principles, concepts, theories and models of international trade as they apply to the real world situations, and enhance their skills to solve international trade issues, problems and situations.
Philippine Political Conditions (POL203 – 3 Units)
The course provides the students cross-disciplinary insights into the Philippine political conditions in the national and local milieu. It brings into the classroom the fundamental understanding and liberal views on major and critical issues of Philippine politics. Furthermore, the course aims to increase student awareness and knowledge why politics play a pivotal role in the country’s socio-economic development.
Perspective on Civilization 1 (FSC201 – 3 Units) The course is designed to provide the student an overview of the different civilizations, their historical progression and transformation.
Philippine Foreign Service System (FSC204 – 3 Units)
The course provide to give the student an over-all view of the Foreign Service system of the Philippines in preparation for the future career in the foreign affairs and diplomatic and consular processes.
Diplomatic Practices and Procedures (FSC205 – 3 Units)
This course prepares the students for diplomatic career and it provides an over-all view of diplomacy in its concepts, history, nature, function including the activities of foreign ministries, diplomatic missions, public diplomacy, negotiations formats, basic diplomatic protocols and the system of Philippine Foreign Service.
Philippine Trade Policies and Practices (FSC206 – 3 Units)
The course introduces to the students the perspectives of Philippine Trade, its early development from pre-colonial period up to the present administration. Its emphasis is on the trade policies, import-export, foreign investments, stock market, commodities, derivatives trading, real estate, retail, manufacturing and service industries.
Political Economy and Geography (FSC207 – 3 Units)
This course is concerned with the study of the influence, effect and relationship of spatial structures or geographical concepts to the political and economic processes of different states.
International and Regional Organizations (FSC208 – 3 Units)
The course deals with the study of international organizations of a regional character. Particularly, it covers the study of the United Nations, its major organs and its specialized agencies in relation to the threats, challenges and changes brought about by the new century.
Perspective on Civilization II (FSC209 – 3 Units) The course is designed to provide the student an overview of the different civilizations, their historical progression and transformation.
International Political Economy (FSC310 – 3 Units)
The course is designed to provide students the knowledge of how the force of politics and economics interact and shape the theory and practice of both the domestic and international systems. The course addresses the specific issues relevant in understanding the position of the Philippines in the international political economy.
Cross Cultural Communications (FSC311 – 3 Units)
The course deals with the study of communication between people of different cultural and historical background. It aims to increase student awareness and appreciation of cultural differences, with a view to developing critical thinking and their skills for problem solving and decision making processes.
International Negotiations (FSC312 – 3 Units)
The course deals with the nature of diplomatic negotiations; socio-cultural, economic, political, legal, and psychopathological differences and dimensions, influencing, negotiating processes; conflict resolution and crisis management in negotiations, including dealing with difficult regional and national biases during negotiation and in handling of potential problem
negotiators, requiring full understanding of human behavior in international relations.
Philippine Economic Conditions and Development Issues (FSC313 – 3 Units)
This course introduces the various competing perspectives in the analysis of economic development and underdevelopment, laying the foundation for a critical and theoretically informed understanding of contemporary issues in Philippine and international development.
International Law (LAW302-3 Units)
It covers the study of international law and its role in international affairs.
Philippine Public Policy (POL305 – 3 Units)
This course introduces the students about the basic principles of policy formulation, analysis, adoption, implementation and evaluation in the Philippine setting.
Philippine Foreign Policy (FSC317 – 3 Units)
The course provides an overview of foreign policy, particularly, Philippine Foreign Policy. Discussion, analysis, and problems confronting past and present state of Philippine Foreign Policy, its goals and objectives, policy formulations, and its relevance to present Philippine conditions, in relation to current international affairs, issues and trends are exhaustively presented. The course introduces to the students the concept and evolution of foreign policy in the Philippines’ changing environment; it also discusses how Philippine Foreign Policy evolved, formulated and implemented from President Manuel Roxas to President Benigno Aquino, III.
Protocol, Etiquette and Social Graces (FSC418 – 3 Units)
This course introduces participants to the ceremonial aspect of protocol procedures, behavior of etiquette, rules of courteousness in society, and respect for precedence. It also helps the officials to master the basics of etiquette and get a better understanding of multicultural manners.
Multilateral Diplomacy (FSC419 – 3 Units)
The course examines the practice of diplomacy in a multilateral setting, particularly in the UN and in regional for a. It also covers an overview of other international organizations and intergovernmental conferences, including issues and challenges that have impact on the global stage.
Philippine Public Administration and Governance (POL407 – 3 Units)
This is a study of the evolution of the Philippine public administration, its organizational framework, governmental processes, and the areas of the Philippine bureaucracy such as public policy formulation, and implementation, human resource administration, fiscal management, and local-national relations.
Introduction to Social Science Research (RES301 – 3 Units) This course provides a basic introduction to the different types of research methods and techniques. Major topics include background on the nature and characteristics of research, research ethics, selecting research topic, formulating research problems, related literature and studies, documentation styles, research instrument, and research methodology. It aims to develop the students’ skills on inquiry, research, writing and academic integrity.
Organizational Communication
This course is designed to equip aspiring diplomats and foreign service professionals with the essential knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the dynamic field of international relations. Effective communication lies at the heart of successful diplomacy, and this course focuses on the specific nuances of organizational communication within the context of foreign service. This course offers a comprehensive exploration of the critical elements of organizational communication,
The Philippine Constitution
The course offers a comprehensive exploration of the foundational document that shapes the legal and political landscape of the Philippines. This course is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of the Philippine Constitution,
its historical significance, principles, and its role in governing the nation.
Commercial Diplomacy (FSC314 – 3 Units)
This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and strategies necessary to excel in the complex and interconnected world of international business and diplomacy. Upon completion of this course, participants will have the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the complexities of international trade and diplomacy, fostering economic relations between nations and contributing to global economic prosperity.
Managerial and Leadership Skills (MGTL01F – 3 Units)
The course is designed to equip individuals with the essential competencies required to excel in management and leadership roles across various industries. This course delves into the art and science of effective leadership, strategic management, and organizational development, providing a comprehensive foundation for success in leadership positions.
International Current Events and Issues (IC101F – 3 Units) The course is designed to allow students to be aware of the most pressing global challenges and developments shaping the world today. This course provides students with the knowledge and critical thinking skills required to navigate the global landscape and engage in informed discussions on international current events.
Parliamentary Procedures (POL304)
The course is a comprehensive exploration of the rules and practices that underpin democratic decision-making processes within legislative bodies, organizations, and community groups. This course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate parliamentary proceedings, facilitate productive meetings, and uphold the principles of fairness and order.
Cultural Diplomacy (FSC315 – 3 Units)
The course is a comprehensive exploration of the rules and practices that underpin democratic decision-making processes within legislative bodies, organizations, and community groups. This course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate parliamentary proceedings, facilitate productive meetings, and uphold the principles of fairness and order.
Environmental Diplomacy (FSC316 – 3 Units)
The course focuses on environmental issues and global sustainability. This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles, challenges, and strategies involved in negotiating and shaping international agreements to address environmental concerns and build a sustainable future.
Comparative Government and Politics (POL306 – 3 Units)
The course offers a comprehensive exploration of the diverse political systems and structures that shape the governance of nations worldwide. This course is designed to provide students with the tools and insights necessary to critically analyze and compare political systems, institutions, and ideologies across different countries.
Comparative Foreign Policy (FSC420 – 3 Units) This course offers an in-depth exploration of foreign policy decision-making, strategy, and implementation across different countries and regions. It is designed to provide students with the knowledge and analytical tools required to critically examine and compare foreign policies, their drivers, and their implications for global relations.
Philippine Immigration Laws and Migration Studies (FSC315 – 3 Units)
The course is a comprehensive exploration of the legal, social, and economic aspects of immigration and migration in the Philippines. This course is designed to provide students with a deep understanding of the complex field of immigration law, the factors driving migration, and the implications of migration on Philippine society and global trends.
Research Writing 1 (Thesis 1) (RES302 – 3 Units) The course deals with the basic principles of research proposal writing which includes writing introduction, statement of the problem, and review of related literature and research methodologies.
Research Writing 2 (Thesis 2) (RES403 – 3 Units)
The course deals with the advanced principles of research writing which includes data gathering procedures, analysis of data, interpretation and concluding findings.
Foreign Service Internship (600 hours) (FSC422 – 6 Units)
This is a practical, experiential course designed to provide students with an opportunity to apply their foreign service knowledge in real-world settings. It is designed to prepare students to work at embassies, consulates, or other diplomatic missions.
Career OpportunitiesDiplomate/Foreign Service Officer, Embassy or Consular Officer, Government Officer, International Affairs Expert, Economic/Immigration Officer, Foreign Affairs Researcher
Date Specification was written or revisedAugust 2023
Reference to national qualifications framework LevelN/A
Mode of StudyBlended (In-person and Online
Language of DeliveryEnglish; Foreign Language for Foreign Language Courses; Filipino for JPL Life and Works, Life and Works of Rizal, and Filipino Subjects
Sample PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (Courses)Assessment MethodSources of Assessment (Courses)Performance Standard
Exhibit proficiency in
diplomatic protocol,
etiquette, and
procedures.
FSC422: Foreign Service Internship; FSC418: Protocol, Etiquette and Social Graces FSC205: Diplomatic Practices and ProcedureLearnin Logs, Examinatuions, Diplomatic BallFSC422: Foreign Service Internship; FSC418: Protocol, Etiquette and Social Graces FSC205: Diplomatic Practices and Procedures75%
Conduct in-depth
research on national and
international issues,
utilizing a variety of
sources and
methodologies that
promote economic and
social development.
RES301: Introduction to Social Science Research RES302: Research Writing 1 RES403: Research Writing 2Research Capsule, DefenseRES301: Introduction to Social Science Research RES302: Research Writing 1 RES403: Research Writing 275%
Evaluate the impact of
foreign policy decisions
on national and
international levels.
FSC317: Philippine Foreign Policy FSC310: International Political EconomyLearning Logs, Examinations, Oral PresentationFSC317: Philippine Foreign Policy FSC310: International Political Economy75%
Demonstrate ethical
leadership and a strong
commitment to
promoting social justice,
human rights, and
sustainable development
on the global stage.
FSC422: Foreign Service Internship; FSC418: Protocol, Etiquette and Social Graces FSC205: Diplomatic Practices and Procedures IC101F: International Current Events and IssuesLearning logs, Extemporaneous SpeechFSC422: Foreign Service Internship; FSC418: Protocol, Etiquette and Social Graces FSC205: Diplomatic Practices and Procedures IC101F: International Current Events75%
Propose effective foreign policy strategies considering political, economic, and social implications.FSC204: Philippine Foreign Service System POL305: Philippine Public Policy FSC317:Philippine Foreign Policy FSC313: Philippine Economic Conditions and Development IssuesExaminations, Oral Presentations, Learning Logs, Model UNFSC204: Philippine Foreign Service System POL305: Philippine Public Policy FSC317: Philippine Foreign Policy75%
Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Program Specification

Program: Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Awarding Body/InstitutionPACUCOA
AccreditationPACUCOA
Accreditation LevelPACUCOA Level II
Program TitleBachelor of Science in Psychology
Program Goals and Program Learning OutcomesProgram Goals

This program equips graduates with a strong foundation in psychology, providing them with essential knowledge and skills. Graduates of the program have the potential to become licensed psychometricians and can explore career opportunities in academia, human resources, and research. Furthermore, they may choose to venture into fields like medicine, law, or management. With additional specialized training, program graduates can delve into various psychology specializations, including clinical, counseling, developmental, educational, social, and industrial/organizational psychology. (CHED Memorandum Order No. 34, Series of 2017, Policies and Standards for Undergraduate Programs in Psychology)

Program Learning Outcomes

– Demonstrate the capability to discuss and analyze major theories and concepts in psychology (Knowledge in Psychology)

– Demonstrate and apply the methods of psychological inquiry in building knowledge on local culture and context (Psychological Research)

– Demonstrate and apply psychological theories and methods in personal and professional setting (Applications of Psychology)

– Demonstrate capability for self reflection and independent learning in graduate education or in a professional context (Independent Learning)

– Demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors in research and practice in psychology (Ethics)

– Demonstrate harmonious interpersonal relationships with colleagues, clients and others in diverse cultural setting (Interpersonal Skills)

– Demonstrate the conduct of psychological assessments and evaluation (Psychological Assessment)
Internal and or/External benchmarks/references
Outline of Program Structure and Content1. CHED Mandated General Education Courses
Understanding the Self
Readings in Philippine History
Mathematics in the Modern World
Science, Technology and Society
Ethics
Purposive Communication
Art Appreciation
The Contemporary World
2. Additional General Education Courses
Wika, Kultura at Lipunan
College Academic Skills in English
Logic and Critical Thinking Skills
Philippine Pop Culture
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 1
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 2
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 3
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 4
3. Government-Mandated Course
Life and Works of Rizal
National Service Training Program 1
National Service Training Program 2
4. Institution-Mandated Courses
JPL Life and His Works
Advanced Holistic Professional Development (AHPD) Course
5. Natural Sciences Courses
General Chemistry
Bio Chemistry
Physics
General Zoology
6. Professional Courses
Introduction to Psychology
Basic Statistics
Cognitive Psychology
Theories of Personality
Filipino Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Psychological Statistics
Physiological/Biological Psychology
Experimental Psychology
Abnormal Psychology
Introduction to Counseling (Elective 1)
Educational Psychology
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Social Psychology
Psychological Assessment 1
Training and Development
Group Dynamics
Clinical Psychology
Counseling and Psychotherapy
Psychological Assessment 2
Disaster and Mental Health
Ethics in Psychology
7. Thesis / Research
Field Methods in Psychology
Research in Psychology 1
Research in Psychology 2
8. Internship / Practicum
Practicum (Elective 2, 600 Hours)
9. Review Course
Professional Enhancement (BLEPP Review Course)
Achievement of PLO*– Describe and critically analyze key theories and concepts in psychology, including their historical context and contemporary relevance.


– Apply appropriate research methods to investigate and address psychological questions relevant to their cultural environment.

– Develop practical skills in using psychological knowledge to enhance personal well-being and contribute effectively to their chosen professions.

– Demonstrate independence in acquiring, synthesizing, and applying psychological knowledge for personal and professional growth.

– Adhere to ethical standards and demonstrate integrity in their research and interactions with clients, colleagues, and others.

– Demonstrate the ability to collaborate, build rapport, and maintain positive relationships with colleagues, clients, and individuals from various cultural backgrounds.

– Apply knowledge in conducting psychological assessments and evaluations, using appropriate tools and techniques.
Opportunities provided by the Program (e.g. study abroad, internships, student exchange)– Extensive internship experience, encompassing 600 hours across clinical, industrial/organizational, and educational settings, providing students with diverse hands-on learning opportunities and valuable real-world experience.

– Chance to engage with a wide array of internship site partners, facilitating connections and fostering professional growth in various sectors of psychology.

– Encouraged to become members of the Alyansa ng mga Mag-aaral sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino, an organization dedicated to promoting Filipino psychology.

– Participate in enriching activities within the Psychological Association of the Philippines Junior Affiliates, enhancing their involvement and networking within the field.
Requirements needed to Graduate– Completion of the required units specified in the program’s CMO is necessary.

– Successful completion of all program subjects is a requirement.

– Passing the Qualifying Examination for Psychology is mandatory.
Specifications of all courses in the ProgramProfessional Courses

Introduction to Psychology: An introductory course that explores the fundamental concepts, theories, and methodologies in the field of psychology. Topics include the history of psychology, research methods, and an overview of various subfields.

Basic Statistics: This course provides students with a foundational understanding of statistical methods and their application in psychological research and analysis. Topics include descriptive and inferential statistics.

Cognitive Psychology: Study of mental processes such as perception, memory, language, problem-solving, and decision-making. This course delves into how humans think and process information.

Theories of Personality: Examines major theories of personality, including psychodynamic, humanistic, and social-cognitive perspectives. Students explore how personality traits and characteristics develop and influence behavior.

Filipino Psychology: A unique perspective on psychology that focuses on Filipino culture and values, exploring how they impact psychological principles and practices.

Developmental Psychology: Study of human development across the lifespan, including physical, cognitive, and psychosocial changes from infancy to old age.

Psychological Statistics: Advanced statistical methods applied to psychological research, including analysis of variance, regression, and non-parametric tests.

Physiological/Biological Psychology: An exploration of the biological basis of behavior, including the nervous system, brain functions, and the physiological aspects of psychological processes.

Experimental Psychology: This course covers research design and methodology in psychology, including experimental techniques, data collection, and analysis.

Abnormal Psychology: Examines psychological disorders, their causes, symptoms, and treatment options. Students gain an understanding of mental health issues.

Introduction to Counseling (Elective 1): An elective course introducing the principles and techniques of counseling, focusing on the development of counseling skills.

Educational Psychology: Examines how psychological principles apply to teaching and learning. Topics include learning theories, motivation, and assessment.

Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Study of psychological principles as they relate to the workplace, including employee motivation, job satisfaction, and organizational behavior.

Social Psychology: Explores the influence of social factors on behavior and cognition, including topics like social influence, group dynamics, and prejudice.

Psychological Assessment 1: Introduction to psychological assessment techniques, including standardized tests and measurement tools used in clinical and research settings.

Training and Development: Focuses on the design and implementation of training programs in organizations to enhance employee skills and performance.

Group Dynamics: Examines how individuals interact in group settings, including leadership, communication, and teamwork.

Clinical Psychology: In-depth study of clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of psychological disorders. Students gain practical knowledge of therapeutic techniques.

Counseling and Psychotherapy: Builds on the introduction to counseling, exploring various therapeutic approaches and interventions.

Psychological Assessment 2: Advanced study of psychological assessment, including clinical and neuropsychological assessments.

Disaster and Mental Health: Explores the psychological impact of disasters and crises and the mental health interventions necessary for affected populations.

Ethics in Psychology: Examines ethical principles and issues in the field of psychology, including professional standards and responsibilities.

Thesis / Research

– Field Methods in Psychology: Provides students with the tools and skills needed for conducting psychological field research, including data collection and analysis.

Research in Psychology 1: A course focused on developing research proposals and conducting independent research projects in psychology.

Research in Psychology 2: Continuation of the research sequence, where students complete and present their research projects.

Internship / Practicum

Practicum (Elective 2): A supervised internship or practicum experience, allowing students to apply their knowledge and skills in a real-world setting.

Review Course

Professional Enhancement (BLEPP Review Course): This course is designed to prepare students for the Board Licensure Examination for Psychologists and Psychometricians (BLEPP) and enhance their professional competencies.
Career OpportunitiesA Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology in the Philippines opens doors to a wide range of career opportunities in various sectors. Graduates can pursue careers in:

– Clinical Psychology
– Counseling
– School Psychology
– Industrial-Organizational Psychology
– Human Resources
– Research and Data Analysis
– Social Work
– Education
– Health and Wellness
– Mental Health Services
– Nonprofit Organization
– Marketing and Market Research
– Government Agencies
– Rehabilitation Services
– Academic and Teaching (with further studies)
– Forensic Psychology (with further studies)
– Sports Psychology (with further studies)
Date Specification was written or revised
Reference to national qualifications framework LevelIn the Philippines, higher education programs, including the BS in Psychology, are categorized within the Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF). The specific level within the PQF may vary depending on the institution and program. A BS in Psychology is typically positioned at Level 6 or 7 of the PQF, which equates to a bachelor’s degree.
Mode of StudyFull-Time: Typically, a four-year program where students attend classes on a daily basis.

Part-Time: Designed for students who may be working or have other commitments and attend classes on a part-time basis, which may extend the duration of the program.
Language of DeliveryThe language of instruction for a BS in Psychology in the Philippines is predominantly English. While there may be instances where specific courses or content are taught in Filipino or other languages, English is the primary language of delivery for higher education programs, including psychology.
Sample PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (Courses)Assessment MethodSources of Assessment (Courses)Performance Standard
Program Learning
Outcome (PLO) 1:

Demonstrate the
capability to discuss
and analyze major
theories and concepts
in psychology
(Knowledge in
Psychology)
Introduction to Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

Theories of Personality

Filipino Psychology
Examinations

Research Papers

Class Participation
Introduction to Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

Theories of Personality

Filipino Psychology
– Students must score at least 80% on exams.

– Research papers should demonstrate a deep understanding of the subject matter.

– Active participation and engagement in class discussions
Program Learning
Outcome (PLO) 2:

Demonstrate and
apply the methods of
psychological
inquiry in building
knowledge on local
culture and context
(Psychological
Research)
Psychological Statistics

Research in Psychology 1

Research in Psychology 2
Research Projects

Data Analysis

Research Proposals
Psychological Statistics

Research in Psychology 1

Research in Psychology 2
Successful completion of research projects and proposals.

Proficiency in data analysis techniques.

Ability to design and conduct research studies.
Program Learning
Outcome (PLO) 3:

Demonstrate and
apply psychological
theories and methods
in personal and
professional setting
(Applications of
Psychology)
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Introduction to Counseling

Counseling and Psychotherapy
Case Studies

Practical Assessments

Professional Reports
Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Introduction to Counseling

Counseling and Psychotherapy
Successful completion of counseling and therapy sessions (if applicable).

Ability to apply psychological principles in real-world scenarios.

Proficiency in writing professional reports.
Program Learning
Outcome (PLO) 4:

Demonstrate
capability for self-reflection and independent learning in graduate education or in a professional context (Independent Learning)
Field Methods in Psychology

Ethics in Psychology

Research in Psychology 1

Research in Psychology 2
Thesis Defense

Research Projects

Ethical Dilemma Analysis
Field Methods in Psychology

Ethics in Psychology

Research in Psychology 1

Research in Psychology 2
Successful completion of a thesis and its defense.

Proficiency in conducting independent research.

Ethical analysis and decision-making skills.
Program Learning
Outcome (PLO) 5:

Demonstrate
professional and
ethical behaviors in
research and practice
in psychology
(Ethics)
Ethics in PsychologyEthical Dilemma Analysis

Ethical Case Studies
Ethics in PsychologyDemonstrated understanding of ethical principles in psychology.

Ability to analyze and resolve ethical dilemmas.
Program Learning
Outcome (PLO) 6:

Demonstrate
harmonious
interpersonal
relationships with
colleagues, clients
and others in diverse
cultural setting
(Interpersonal Skills)
Group DynamicsGroup Projects

Peer Evaluations
Group DynamicsEffective participation in group projects.

Positive peer evaluations.

Ability to work harmoniously with colleagues
Program Learning
Outcome (PLO) 7:

Demonstrate the
conduct of
psychological
assessments and
evaluation (Psychological Assessment)
Psychological Assessment 1

Psychological Assessment 2
Assessment Reports

Practical Assessments
Psychological Assessment 1

Psychological Assessment 2
Proficiency in conducting psychological assessments.

Accurate and comprehensive assessment reports.
Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies

Program Specification

Program: Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies

Awarding Body/ InstitutionCHED
AccreditationPACUCOA
Accreditation LevelLevel II
Program TitleBachelor of Arts in Legal Studie
Program Goals and Program Learning OutcomesPROGRAM GOALS
Students in the discipline must exhibit the following competencies at the end of the undergraduate program: develop mastery of the fundamental concepts in legal studies; identify and analyze practical and theoretical legal issues and prepare legal documents; analyze rules of legal ethics and substantive and procedural law; apply various methods and approaches in legal research; implement course content to an occupational learning experience; show commitment and adherence to the ethical and professional standards of legal education and profession.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
· Work effectively in a team and demonstrate leadership qualities within the profession and the community.

· Conduct effective legal research using various sources, including statutes, rules and regulations, customs, jurisprudence, and legal literature.

· Adapt to changes in the legal field and seek opportunities for growth and specialization.

· Develop persuasive arguments and present legal cases coherently and persuasively.

· Demonstrate a commitment to legal ethics, integrity, and social responsibility.

· Identify and assess legal problems, to aid in providing practical and ethical solutions.
Internal and or/External benchmarks/referencesAcademic Policies, ISO Standards
Outline of Program Structure and Content1. CHED MANDATED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
Understanding the Self
Readings in Philippine History
Mathematics in the Modern World
Science, Technology and Society
Ethics
Purposive Communication
Art Appreciation
The Contemporary World

2. ADDITIONAL GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
Wika, Kultura at Lipunan
College Academic Skills in English
Logic and Critical Thinking Skills
Philippine Pop Culture
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 1
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 2
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 3
Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 4

3. GOVERNMENT-MANDATED COURSE
Life and Works of Rizal
National Service Training Program 1
National Service Training Program 2

4. INSTITUTION-MANDATED COURSES
JPL Life and His Works
Advanced Holistic Professional Development (AHPD) Course Core Course
Politics and Governance with Philippine Constitution
Principles of Finance

5. PROFESSIONAL COURSES
Introduction to Law and Philippine Legal System
Advanced English for the Legal Profession
Legal Ethics
Legal Writing 1
Philippine Political & Constitutional Law
Argumentation and Debate
Gender and Society
Legal Writing 2
Persons & Family Relations
Statutory Construction
Law on Obligations and Contracts
Basic Principles in Criminal Law 1
Property Law
Legal Updates
Basics Principles of Criminal Law 2
Business Transactions and Special Contracts
Labor Standards and Social Legislation
Fundamentals of Civil Procedure
Commercial Law 1
Commercial Law 2
Basics of Philippine Law on Succession
Principles of Income Taxation
Human Relations, Torts and Damages
Public and Private International Law
Basic Rules on Evidence
Administrative Law and Civil Service Law
Public and Private International Law
Introduction to Moot Cour

6. THESIS / RESEARCH
Legal Research Technique
Legal Research and Thesis Writing 1
Legal Research and Thesis Writing 2

7. INTERNSHIP / PRACTICUM
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
Achievement of PLO*Achievement of at least 75% mark in the specified subjects, guided by the following performance indicators:
• Demonstration of creative problem-solving in legal scenarios
• Adherence to ethical principles and professional standards in legal practice.
• Proficiency in writing legal memoranda, briefs, and research papers.
• Conduct of effective legal research using primary and secondary sources.
• Satisfactory performance in legal examinations and assessments.
Opportunities provided by the Program ( e.g. study abroad,
internships, student exchange)
• Local and International Internship with 300 hours of service credit.
• Attendance and participation in National/International Competitions/Conferences.
• Service Learning Programs
• Student Activities (e.g. Leadership Forums)
Requirements needed to Graduate• Need to take and pass the prescribed units
• Should complete and receive a passing mark in the Internship Program.
Specifications of all courses in the ProgramPolitics and Governance with Philippine Constitution (PSCN01G – 3 Units)
This is an in-depth course that offers a comprehensive exploration of political systems, government structures, and the Philippine Constitution. This course examines the dynamics of politics, governance, and the legal framework within the context of the Philippines. Students will gain a deep understanding of the country’s political landscape, the roles of government institutions, and the principles underpinning the Philippine Constitution.

Principles of Finance (FINN01B – 3 Units)
This course offers a comprehensive introduction to the fundamental concepts and theories that underpin the world of finance. It provides a solid foundation in financial principles, investment strategies, risk management, and the understanding of financial markets. Through real-world case studies and practical applications, students will gain the skills and knowledge required to make informed financial decisions and navigate the complexities of the financial landscape.

Introduction to Law and Philippine Legal System (LSTN01A – 3 Units)
This course is intended to give students basic knowledge of different kinds of laws. It comprises basic laws on persons, marriage, family relations, properties, obligations, contracts, criminal law and administrative law.

Advanced English for the Legal Profession (LSTN02A – 3 Units)
This course focuses on learning English as universal and valuable language thus, applies even in legal system. It aims to improve student’s English language skills for success in law-oriented careers. Expose student as well to foreign legal systems and legislative processes to communicate successfully in English using the appropriate legal language and terminology.

Legal Ethics (LSTN04A – 3 Units)
This course is the study of the nature and social functions of the practices of the legal profession, the ethical duties, which a lawyer owes to society, court, client and the profession.

Legal Writing 1 (LSTN05A – 3 Units)
This course deals with the training on the basic principles of legal writing and application of all necessary skills in preparation to law school and paralegal work.

Philippine Political & Constitutional Law (LSTN06A -3 units)
This course introduces the basic principles of political and constitutional law enshrined in the constitution. It also covers concept of state and its elements with the three branches of the government as well as the different constitutional commission.

Argumentation and Debate (LSTN07A – 3 Units)
This course introduces student to construction as the art or process of discovering and expounding the meaning and intention of the authors of the law with respect to its application to a given case including statutes as being enacted by the legislature.

Gender and Society (LSTN08A – 3 Units)
This course is a comprehensive exploration of the complex relationship between gender and social structures. This interdisciplinary course delves into the sociocultural, historical, and political dimensions of gender, examining how it shapes identity, roles, and power dynamics in societies around the world. Through critical analysis and open dialogue, students will gain a deeper understanding of the social construction of gender, its impact on individuals and communities, and the ongoing struggle for gender equality.

Legal Writing 2 (LSTN09A – 3 Units)
This is an advanced course designed to further develop and refine the legal writing skills acquired in Legal Writing 1. This course emphasizes the practical application of advanced legal writing techniques and strategies in various legal contexts ensuring that students can communicate effectively in the professional legal arena.

Persons & Family Relations (LSTN10A – 3 Units)
This course is intended to give legal students basic knowledge of different kinds of laws. It comprises basic laws on persons, marriage, family relations, properties, obligations, contracts, etc.

Statutory Construction (LSTN04A – 3 Units)
This course introduces the basic principles of political and constitutional law enshrined in the constitution. It also covers concept of state and its elements with the three branches of the government as well as the different constitutional commission.

Law on Obligations and Contracts (BLWN01B – 3 Units)
An in-depth study of the nature, kinds, and effects of obligations and their extinguishments; contracts, their requisite, form, and interpretation; and defective contracts, quasi-contracts, natural obligations, and estoppel.

Basic Principles in Criminal Law 1 (LSTN13A – 3 Units)
This course is an introductory course that delves into the fundamental principles of criminal law, exploring the core concepts, doctrines, and legal frameworks that govern criminal offenses and their prosecution. It involves the study of the definition of crimes and their penalties.

Property Law (LSTN14A – 3 Units)
This course provides the students with knowledge of the students with knowledge of the law that governs the various form of ownership in real property and in personal property, within the common law / legal system.

Legal Updates (LSTN15A – 3 Units)
It is a dynamic and current course designed to keep legal professionals, practitioners, and enthusiasts abreast of the latest developments and changes in the field of law. This course provides an in-depth exploration of the most significant legal updates, ensuring students are well-prepared to navigate the complexities of the legal environment.

Basics Principles of Criminal Law 2 (LSTN13A – 3 Units)
This is an intermediate-level course that builds upon the foundational concepts introduced in Criminal Law I. This course delves deeper into the complexities of criminal law, providing students with a more advanced understanding of the legal doctrines, defenses, and legal issues that shape the criminal justice system.

Business Transactions and Special Contracts (LSTN17A – 3 Units)
It is a course designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies involved in commercial transactions and specialized contracts. This course equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate complex business dealings, negotiate favorable terms, and draft contracts tailored to specific industries and contexts.

Labor Standards and Social Legislation (LSTN18A – 3 Units)
The course deals with the study of the basic aspects of relationship between labor and management from employment to termination and focuses on standard of employment like hours of work, wages and salaries, tenure and other terms and conditions of employment.

Fundamentals of Civil Procedure (LSTN20A – 3 Units)
The course deals with the study of the basic aspects of relationship between labor and management from employment to termination and focuses on standard of employment like hours of work, wages and salaries, tenure and other terms and conditions of employment.

Commercial Law 1 (LSTN21A – 3 Units)
It is a foundational course that provides an in-depth exploration of the legal principles and frameworks that govern commercial transactions and business activities. This course is designed to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of the legal concepts essential for success in the world of commerce, trade, and business law.

Commercial Law 2 (LSTN23A – 3 Units)
It is an advanced course designed to deepen students’ understanding of the intricate legal principles and regulations governing commercial transactions, business entities, and financial practices. Building upon the foundational knowledge gained in Commercial Law 1, this course offers a comprehensive exploration of advanced commercial law topics.

Basics of Philippine Law on Succession (LSTN24A – 3 Units)
This course is designed to provide knowledge on the law of succession pertaining to the rights and the heirs, the form of testamentary succession and the distribution of inheritance.

Principles of Income Taxation (LSTN25A – 3 Units)
This is a comprehensive course designed to provide students with a foundational understanding of the concepts, rules, and regulations governing income taxation. This course explores the essential principles of taxation, enabling students to navigate the complex world of income taxation with confidence.

Human Relations, Torts and Damages (LSTN26A – 3 Units)
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of how human interactions can lead to legal disputes and result in the pursuit of damages in various contexts. It examines the broader impact of human behavior on the legal system and delves into the principles of tort law and the assessment of damages in civil litigation.

Public and Private International Law (LSTN27A – 3 Units)
This course deals with the study of the basic aspects and concept of special contracts of sale, agency and credit transactions; its relevance in commercial transactions and correlating then to related provisions in the Civil Code and Code of Commerce.

Basic Rules on Evidence (LSTN28A – 3 Units)
This course deals with the study of the basic aspects and concept of special contracts of sale, agency and credit transactions; its relevance in commercial transactions and correlating then to related provisions in the Civil Code and Code of Commerce.

Administrative Law and Civil Service Law (LSTN29A – 3 Units)
This course deals with the study of the basic aspects and concept of special contracts of sale, agency and credit transactions; its relevance in commercial transactions and correlating then to related provisions in the Civil Code and Code of Commerce.

Introduction to Moot Court (LSTN31A – 3 Units)
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive foundation in the art of moot court advocacy. It places a strong emphasis on improving students’ oral advocacy. It is focused on sharpening the students ability to synthesize complex legal issues, write persuasively, and cite authority effectively.

Legal Research Techniques (LSTN19A – 3 Units)
This course deals with the study of the basic aspects and methodology of legal research, its similarities and difference to ordinary research, the importance of legal research in the practice of law.

Legal Research and Thesis Writing 1 (LSTN22A – 3 Units)
This is an intensive course designed to equip students with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to conduct legal research effectively and begin the process of composing a legal thesis. This course guides students through the methodology, techniques, and best practices for researching legal topics, culminating in the development of a preliminary thesis proposal.

Legal Research and Thesis Writing 2 (LSTN30A – 3 Units)
This is an advanced course that builds upon the skills and knowledge acquired in Legal Research and Thesis Writing 1. This course is designed to guide students through the process of conducting comprehensive legal research, crafting a detailed thesis, and composing a substantial written work that contributes to the field of legal scholarship.

Practicum/Work Integrated Learning (WILN01A – 3 Units)
This is a practical, experiential course designed to provide students with an opportunity to apply their legal knowledge in real-world settings. Through internships, externships, or simulated legal environments, this course allows legal studies students to gain practical insights, refine their legal skills, and prepare for future careers in the legal profession.
Career OpportunitiesLegal Assistant, Civil Servant/Government Officer, Paralegal Officer, Legal Researcher, Court Assistant/Employee, Legislative Staff Officer
Date Specification was written or revisedAugust 2023
Reference to national qualifications framework LevelN/A
Mode of StudyBlended (In-person and Online)
Language of DeliveryEnglish; Foreign Language for Foreign Language Courses; Filipino for JPL Life and Works, Life and Works of Rizal, and Filipino Courses
Sample PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (Courses)Assessment MethodSources of Assessment (Courses)Performance Standard
Work effectively in a
team and demonstrate
leadership qualities
within the profession
and the community.
LSTN07A:
Argumentation and Debate

LSTN08A:
Gender and Society

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
Legal Debate, Exit Survey, Learning LogsLSTN07A:
Argumentation and Debate

LSTN08A:
Gender and Society

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
75%
Conduct effective
legal research using
various sources,
including statutes,
rules and regulations,
customs,
jurisprudence, and
legal literature.
LSTN19A:
Legal Research Techniques

LSTN22A:
Legal Research and Thesis Writing 1

LSTN30A:
Legal Research and Thesis Writing 2
Research Manuscript and DefenseLSTN19A:
Legal Research Techniques

LSTN22A:
Legal Research and Thesis Writing 1

LSTN30A:
Legal Research and Thesis Writing 2
75%
Adapt to changes in
the legal field and
seek opportunities for
growth and
specialization.
LSTN15A:
Legal Updates

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
Legal Research, Oral Presentation, and Learning LogsLSTN15A:
Legal Updates

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
75%
Develop persuasive
arguments and present
legal cases coherently
and persuasively.
LSTN05A:
Legal Writing 1

LSTN09A:
Legal Writing 2

LSTN31A:
Introduction to Moot Court

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
Legal Debate, Research, Case SimulationLSTN05A:
Legal Writing 1

LSTN09A:
Legal Writing 2

LSTN31A:
Introduction to Moot Court

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
75%
Identify and assess
legal problems, to aid
in providing practical
and ethical solutions.
WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
Learning Logs, Exit SurveyWILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
75%
Demonstrate a
commitment to legal
ethics, integrity, and
social responsibility.
LSTN08A:
Gender and Society

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
Case Analysis, Learning Logs, Exit SurveyLSTN08A:
Gender and Society

WILN01A:
Practicum/Work Integrated Learning
75%
Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English

Program Specification

Program: Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English

Awarding Body/ InstitutionCHED
AccreditationPACUCOA, PAFTE
Accreditation LevelPACUCOA Level II
Program TitleBachelor of Secondary Education major in English
Program Goals and Program Learning OutcomesProgram Goals
The Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English develop highly motivated and competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy for secondary education.

Program Learning Outcomes
· Articulate and discuss the latest developments on the specific field of practice. (Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 descriptor).

· Effectively communicate orally in writing using Filipino and English, both orally and in writing.

· Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams. (PQF level 6 descriptor).

· Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.

· Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722)
Internal and or/External benchmarks/referencesAcademic Policies and ISO Standards; CMO standards
Outline of Program Structure and Content1. General Education Courses:
– English Communication Skills
– Mathematics in the Modern World
– Filipino
– Understanding the Self
– Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik
– Physical Education and Health
– Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino
– Rizal’s Life and Works
– Humanities and Social Sciences
– Natural Sciences

2. Professional Education Courses:
– The Child and Adolescent Learners and Learning Principles
– The Teaching Profession
– The Teacher and the Community, School Culture and Organizational Leadership
– Foundation of Special and Inclusive Education

Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK)
– Facilitating Learner-Centered Teaching
– Assessment in Learning 1
– Assessment in Learning 2
– Technology for Teaching and Learning 1
– The Teacher and the School Curriculum
– Building and Enhancing New Literacies Across the Curriculum

Experiential Learning
– Field Study 1
– Field Study 2
– Teaching Internship

Major Courses
– Introduction to Linguistics
– Language, Culture, and Society
– Structure of English
– Principles and Theories of Language Acquisition and Learning
– Language Programs and Policies in Multilingual Societies
– Language Learning Materials Development
– Teaching and Assessment of Literature Studies Teaching and Assessment of the Macro skills Teaching and Assessment of Grammar
– Speech and Theater Arts
– Language Education Research
– Children and Adolescent Literature
– Mythology and Folklore
– Survey of Philippine Literature in English
– Survey of Afro-Asian Literature
– Survey of English and American Literature Contemporary, Popular, and Emergent Literature
– Literary Criticism
– Technical Writing
– Campus Journalism
– Technology for Teaching and Learning 2- (Technology in Language – Education)

Cognates/Electives
– Translation
– Stylistics and Discourse Analysis English for Specific Purposes
– Remedial Instruction
– Creative Writing

Mandated Courses
– Physical Education
– National Service Training Program
Achievement of PLO*· Generate opportunities for reflection on historical, social, cultural and political processes as they affect the day to day lives of the students.
· Apply child development concepts and principles to appropriately respond to the needs of diverse learners.
· Build collaborative relationship between and among internal and external stakeholders.
· Demonstrate understanding and appreciation of the contributions of other disciplines to early childhood education.
Opportunities provided by the Program ( e.g.
study abroad, internships, student exchange)
· Local and International Teaching Internship with 600 hours of service credit.
· Attendance and Participation to National Education Competitions.
· Attendance and Participation to National Education Seminars spearheaded by PAFTE and other credible educational organizations in and outside of the country.
Requirements needed to Graduate· Needs to take and pass the prescribed units mandated by the CMO of the program.
· Must pass the Teaching Internship Program.
Specifications of all courses in the ProgramARTICLE IV PROGRAM SPECIFICATION

Program Description

5.1 Degree Name
The degree program described herein shall be called Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) Major in English.

5.2 Nature of the Field of Study
The BSEd is an undergraduate teacher education program designed to equip learners with adequate and relevant competencies to teach in their chosen area of specialization/major in the secondary level.

5.3 Degree/Program Goals
The BSEd degree program aims to develop highly motivated and competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy for secondary education.

5.4 Specific Professions/Careers/Occupations for graduates
After successful completion of all academic requirements for the degree/program, graduates of BSEd should be able to practice the teaching profession in the Secondary Level.

5.5 Allied Fields
The BSEd degree program draws from various allied disciplines like social sciences, sense math technology languages, and humanities to ensure that the graduates have a multi-disciplinary preparation, content and pedagogy.
Career Opportunities· Licensed Professional Teacher
· Secondary and Tertiary Teacher
· School Administrator for Preschool
· Online Tutor
· Author
· School Consultant
· Copywriter/Proofreader
· Journalist
· Social Media Manage
· Blogger
Date Specification was written or revisedCHED Memorandum Order No. 75, Series of 2017
Reference to national qualifications framework
Level
CHED Memorandum Order No. 75, Series of 2017; (Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 descriptor).
Mode of StudyBlended (Face to face and MyLPU LMS)
Language of DeliveryEnglish and Filipino
Sample PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (Courses)Assessment MethodSources of Assessment (Courses)Performance Standard
e.g. EDUC101 : Foundation of Educatione.g. Embedded Assessment, Exit Surveye.g. EDUC101 : Foundation of Education75 %
Articulate and discuss the
latest developments on the
specific field of practice.
(Philippine Qualifications
Framework (PQF) level 6
descriptor).
PRED07E: The Teacher and the School CurriculumTeaching Internship, Field StudyPRED07E: The Teacher and the School Curriculum75 %
Effectively communicate orally in writing using both Mother Tongue, Filipino and English.ENGL01G: Purposive Communication

FLIN01G: Malayuning Komunikasyon sa Wikang Filipino
Mock Interviews, Document Writing, Socratic Discussions Embedded Assessment, Extemporaneous Speeches, DebateENGL01G: Purposive Communication

FLIN01G: Malayuning Komunikasyon sa Wikang Filipino
75 %

75 %
Work effectively and
independently in multi-
disciplinary and multi-
cultural teams. (PQF level 6
descriptor).
PRED13E:The Teacher and the School Curriculum

PRED07E: The Teacher and the Community, School Culture and Organizational Leadership
Teaching Internship, Field Study

Teaching Internship, Field Study, Assessment of Learning
PRED13E:The Teacher and the School Curriculum

PRED07E: The Teacher and the Community, School Culture and Organizational Leadership
75 %

75 %
Act in recognition of
professional, social, and
ethical responsibility.
PRED04E:The Teaching ProfessionProfessional Enhancement CoursesPRED04E:The Teaching Profession75 %
Preserve and promote
“Filipino historical and
cultural heritage”
(based on
RA 7722)
RPHS01GReadings in Philippine History

POPN01G:Philippine Popular Culture
Research, Embedded Assessment, Oral Discussions

Role Plays, Visual Presentations
RPHS01GReadings in Philippine History

POPN01G:Philippine Popular Culture
75 %

75 %
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

Program Specification

Program: Bachelor of Early Childhood Education

Awarding Body/ InstitutionCHED
AccreditationPACUCOA, PAFTE
Accreditation LevelPACUCOA Level II
Program TitleBachelor of Early Childhood Education
Program Goals and Program Learning OutcomesProgram Goals
This program aims to educate individuals to be competent early childhood practitioners working with children from 0-8 years old in various early childhood settings (home, community, school, and workplace). It is aligned with the National Early Learning Framework (NELF), the National Competency Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS 2017) and the first key stage which is K to 3. (Article IV, Section 5, CMO-No.-76.-2017)

Program Learning Outcomes
· Articulate and discuss the latest developments on the specific field of practice. (Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 descriptor).
· Effectively communicate orally in writing using both Mother Tongue, Filipino and English.
· Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams. (PQF level 6 descriptor).
· Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.
· Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722)
Internal and or/External benchmarks/referencesAcademic Policies and ISO Standards; CMO standards
Outline of Program Structure and Content1. General Education Courses:
– English Communication Skills
– Mathematics in the Modern World
– Filipino
– Understanding the Self
– Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik
– Physical Education and Health
– Komunikasyon at Pananaliksik sa Wika at Kulturang Pilipino
– Rizal’s Life and Works
– Humanities and Social Sciences
– Natural Sciences

2. Professional Education Courses:
– Introduction to Early Childhood Education
– Child and Adolescent Psychology
– Educational Technology
– Foundations of Early Childhood Education
– Curriculum Development for Young Children
– Methods and Strategies in Teaching Young Children
– Assessment and Evaluation in Early Childhood Education
– Children’s Literature and Creative Arts
– Music and Movement in Early Childhood Education
– Special Education in Early Childhood
– Classroom Management and Organization
– Early Childhood Health and Nutrition
– Family and Community Engagement in Early Childhood Education
– Practicum (in various levels, including preschools and kindergartens)

3. Specialization Courses:
– Early Childhood Literacy
– Language Development in Young Children
– Mathematics for Young Children
– Science for Young Children
– Social Studies for Young Children
– Creative Arts and Crafts for Young Children

4. Elective Courses:
– Child Advocacy and Children’s Rights
– Play-based Learning and Its Importance
– Inclusive Education
– Early Intervention Programs for Children with Special Needs

5. Research and Capstone Project:
– Research Methods in Education
– Capstone Project in Early Childhood Education
Achievement of PLO*· Generate opportunities for reflection on historical, social, cultural and political processes as they affect the day to day lives of the students.
· Apply child development concepts and principles to appropriately respond to the needs of diverse learners.
· Build collaborative relationship between and among internal and external stakeholders.
· Demonstrate understanding and appreciation of the contributions of other disciplines to early childhood education.
Opportunities provided by the Program ( e.g.
study abroad, internships, student exchange)
· Local and International Teaching Internship with 600 hours of service credit.
· Attendance and Participation to National Education Competitions.
· Attendance and Participation to National Education Seminars spearheaded by PAFTE and other credible educational organizations in and outside of the country.
Requirements needed to Graduate· Needs to take and pass the prescribed units mandated by the CMO of the program.
· Must pass the Teaching Internship Program.
Specifications of all courses in the ProgramARTICLE IV
PROGRAM SPECIFICATION
Program Description

5.1 Degree Name
The program discussed herein shall be called Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (BECEd).

5.2 Nature of the Field of Study
The BECEd is a four-year program. Specifically, this program provides students with fundamental understanding and application of the principles of early childhood care and education, as well as experience in the application of these principles.

5.3 Program Goals
This program aims to educate individuals to be competent eary childhood practitioners working with children from 0-8 years old in various early childhood settings (home, community, school, and workplace). It is aligned with the National Early Learning Framework (NELF), the National Competency Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS 2017) and the first key stage which is K to 3.

5.4 Specific Professions/Careers/Occupations for graduates
The BECEd program is designed to prepare students for teaching and supporting young children’s development. A broad range of employment opportunities are available by fulfilling the degree requirements. Completion of the appropriate program will qualify graduates for employment in government or private institution.

5.5 Allied Fields
Early Childhood is an allied discipline of Teacher Education and Psychology.
Career Opportunities· Licensed Professional Teacher
· SPED Teacher
· School Administrator for Preschool
· Online Tutor
· Author Instructional Materials for Kids
· School Consultant
Date Specification was written or revisedCHED Memorandum Order No. 76, Series of 2017
Reference to national qualifications framework
Level
CHED Memorandum Order No. 76, Series of 2017; (Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 descriptor).
Mode of StudyBlended (Face to face and MyLPU LMS)
Language of DeliveryEnglish and Filipino
Sample PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (Courses)Assessment MethodSources of Assessment
(Courses)
Performance Standard
e.g. EDUC101 :
Foundation of Education 
e.g. Embedded Assessment, Exit Survey e.g. EDUC101 :
Foundation of Education 
75 % 
Articulate and discuss the latest developments on the specific field of practice. (Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 descriptor). PRED07E:
The Teacher and the School Curriculum 
Teaching Internship, 
Field Study  
PRED07E: The Teacher and the School Curriculum 75 % 
Effectively communicate orally in writing using Filipino and English both in oral and in writing. ENGL01G:
Purposive Communication

  FLIN01G:
Malayuning Komunikasyon sa Wikang Filipino 
Mock Interviews, Document Writing, Socratic Discussions 
Embedded Assessment, 
Extemporaneous Speeches, Debate  
ENGL01G:
Purposive Communication 
 
FLIN01G:
Malayuning Komunikasyon sa Wikang Filipino 
75 % 

75 % 
Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams. (PQF level 6 descriptor). PRED13E:
The Teacher and the School Curriculum 

PRED07E:
The Teacher and the Community, School Culture and Organizational Leadership 
Teaching Internship, 
Field Study 
 
 
Teaching Internship, 
Field Study, Assessment of Learning 
PRED13E:
The Teacher and the School Curriculum 
 
PRED07E:
The Teacher and the Community, School Culture and Organizational Leadership 
75 % 
  
75 % 
Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility. PRED04E:The Teaching Profession Professional Enhancement Courses PRED04E:The Teaching Profession 75 % 
Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722) RPHS01G:
Readings in Philippine History 
  
POPN01G:
Philippine Popular Culture 
Research, Embedded Assessment, Oral Discussions 
 
Role Plays, Visual Presentations  
RPHS01G:
Readings in Philippine History 
  
POPN01G:
Philippine Popular Culture 
75 % 
  
75 % 

College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management

Bachelor of Science in International and Hospitality Management with specialization in Culinary Arts in Kitchen Operations

Program Specification

Program: Bachelor of Science in International and Hospitality Management
with specialization in Culinary Arts in
Kitchen Operations

Awarding Body/ InstitutionCommission on Higher Education
AccreditationPACUCOA, THE ICE, APIEM
Accreditation LevelLevel III PACUCOA, 5-STAR APIEM, QS 4-STARS
Program TitleBachelor of Science in International and Hospitality Management with specialization in Culinary Arts in Kitchen Operations
Program Goals and Program Learning Outcomes1. To provide the student an outstanding understanding of the professional culinary environment and teach them fundamental skills and practices that will make them globally competitive
2. To equip the student with key traits of a culinary professional that is vital to an organization, which includes development of kitchen etiquette, attitude, appearance, planning, organizational skills and intra/interpersonal skills.
Internal and or/External benchmarks/referencesDusit Thani College
Outline of Program Structure and ContentProgram Structure:

Program Name: Bachelor of Science in International and Hospitality Management with specialization in Culinary Arts in Kitchen Operations

Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)

Unit Requirement: 181 units

General Education: The program includes general educations that all students must complete. These may include:
· Understanding the Self
· Readings in Philippine History
· The Contemporary World
· Mathematics in the Modern World
· Purposive Communication
· Art Appreciation
· Science, Technology and Society
· Ethics
· Life and Works of Rizal
· Literature of the Philippines
· Living in the IT Era
· Environmental Science

Tourism and Hospitality Core: The program in tourism and hospitality are significant contributors to the global economy, creating jobs and driving economic growth. These may include:
· Philippine Culture and Tourism Geography
· Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation
· Quality Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality
· Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality
· Macro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Professionals Development and Applied Ethics
· Multicultural Diversity in Workplace for the Tourism Professional
· Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
· Micro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality

Hospitality Professional Courses: These program is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and practical training needed to excel in the dynamic and customer-centric hospitality industry.
· Kitchen Essentials & Basic Food Preparation
· Fundamentals in Food Service Operations
· Fundamentals in Lodging Operations
· Applied Business Tools and Technologies
· Supply Chain Management in Hospitality Industry
· Introduction to Meetings Incentives, Conferences and Events Management (MICE)
· Ergonomics and Facilities Planning for the Hospitality Industry
· Research in Tourism (T/H Core)
· Foreign Language 1 (T/H Core)
· Foreign Language 2 (T/H Core)

Professional Electives: Fundamental courses in culinary techniques, knife skills and kitchen management. These may include:
· Garde Manger and Cold Kitchen Operation
· Intro to Pastry
· ASEAN to Asian Cuisine
· Philippine Cuisine
· Foods and Beverage Cost Control

Specialized Electives: Courses focused on specific aspects of culinary arts, such as baking and pastry, international cuisine, or molecular gastronomy. These may include:
· Advanced Patisserie and Plated Dessert
· Fruit and Vegetable Carving
· Cuisine of the Americas · European Cuisine
· Catering and Banquet Operation

Business and Management: Courses related to restaurant management, food cost control, and entrepreneurship in the culinary industry. These may include:
· Operations Management
· Strategic Management

Internship/Externship: A requirement for students to gain practical experience in a professional kitchen or culinary hotels or in an establishments. These may include:
· Practicum PRE PRACTICUM
· Practicum 2

General Education: Courses in subjects like math, writing, and social sciences to provide a well-rounded education. These may include:
· Understanding the Self
· Readings in Philippine History
· The Contemporary World
· Mathematics in the Modern World
· Purposive Communication · Art Appreciation
· Science, Technology and Society
· Ethics
· Life and Works of Rizal
· Literature of the Philippines
· Living in the IT Era
· Environmental Science

Program Content:
Year 1: Foundations and Basic Food Preparation in Culinary Arts
Courses:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation
Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation

Year 2: Culinary Techniques and Fundamentals
Courses: Introduction to Pastry and Bakery International Cuisine (Cuisine of the Americas and Asian Cuisine)

Year 3: Specialization and Management
Courses:
European Cuisine
Fruit and Vegetable Carving
Advance Patisserie
Operations Management
Philippine Cuisine
Garde Manger and Specialty Cuisine Supply Chain Management in Hospitality Management
Food and Beverage Control System

Year 4: Internship and Professional Development
Courses:
Catering and Banquet Operations
Introduction to Events and MICE
Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality Management
Strategic Management
Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality
Ergonomics and Facilities Planning for the Hospitality Industry

Culminating Project: A culminating project where students showcase their culinary skills, creativity, and kitchen management abilities.


Internship/Practicum: A requirement for students to gain hands-on experience in a professional culinary environment, such as a fine dining restaurant or catering service.

Graduation Requirements: Students must maintain a minimum GPA, complete all core requirements, and successfully complete their internship/practicum.

Career Development: The program is a lifelong process that involves acquiring the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary to achieve your professional goals and advance in your chosen field. It’s a journey of self-discovery, learning, and planning that can help you create a fulfilling and successful career.

Extracurricular Activities: Encourage students to participate in culinary clubs, food festivals, immersions/tours/exposures and competitions.
Achievement of PLO*
Opportunities provided by the Program ( e.g. study abroad,
internships, student exchange)
1. Internship
2. Work and Travel
3. Educational Exposure
Requirements needed to GraduateFor First Year Student
1. Health Hazard Screening I
2. Culinary Allied Industry Immersion
3. AHA-IHT (Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
4. NCII- Food and Beverage For

Second Year Student
1. Health Hazard Screening II
2. AHA-HPC (Hospitality Professional Course)
3. NCII- Bread and Pastry
4. AHA-MDC (Multi Cultural Diversity
5. AHA-BCHT (Business Communication in the Hospitality Industry)

For Third Year Student
1. NCII- Culinary Cookery
2. Local Culinary Exposure

For Fourth Year Student
1. APIEM Certification (Events Management)
2. International Culinary Tour
3. International Food Handling Certification (FOODSHAP)
4. Industry Certification Program (Certified Hospitality Professional
5. AHA-HSC Hospitality Supervisor Certificate)-Entrepreneurship
Specifications of all courses in the ProgramGENERAL EDUCATION:
· Understanding the Self
· Readings in Philippine History
· The Contemporary World
· Mathemathics in the Modern World
· Purposive Communication
· Art Appreciation
· Science, Technology and Society
· Ethics
· Life and Works of Rizal
· Literature of the Philippines
· Living in the IT Era
· Environmental Science

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT COURSE
· Operations Management
· Strategic Management

TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY CORE
· Philippine Culture and Tourism Geography
· Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation
· Quality Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality
· Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality
· Macro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Professionals Development and Applied Ethics
· Multicultural Diversity in Workplace for the Tourism Professional
· Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
· Micro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality

HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONAL COURSES
· Kitchen Essentials & Basic Food Preparation
· Fundamentals in Food Service Operations
· Fundamentals in Lodging Operations
· Applied Business Tools and Technologies
· Supply Chain Management in Hospitality Industry
· Introduction to Meetings Incentives, Conferences and Events Management (MICE)
· Ergonomics and Facilities Planning for the Hospitality Industry
· Research in Tourism (T/H Core)
· Foreign Language 1 (T/H Core)
· Foreign Language 2 (T/H Core)

PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVES
· Garde Manger and Cold Kitchen Operation
· Intro to Pastry
· ASEAN to Asian Cuisine
· Philippine Cuisine
· Foods and Beverage Cost Control

SPECIALIZED ELECTIVES
· Advanced Patisserie and Plated Dessert
· Fruit and Vegetable Carving
· Cuisine of the Americas
· European Cuisine
· Catering and Banquet Operation

INSTITUTIONAL
· Life and Works of JPL
· Business Communication Protocols in Tourism & Hospitality
· Research 2
· Advanced Holistic Professional Development
· Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance
· Applied Economics · Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior

PRACTICUM
· Practicum PRE PRACTICUM
· Practicum 2 PE
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 1 (PATHFit 1)
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 2 (PATHFit 2)
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 3 (PATHFit 3)
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 4 (PATHFit 4)

NSTP
· National Service Training Program 1
· National Service Training Program 2
Career Opportunities1. Receiving Clerk
2. Stock Clerk
3. Commis Pastry
4. Baker
5. Butcher
6. Commis, 1,2,3
7. Line Cooks
8. Demi Chef
9. Commis Chef
10. Chef de PArtie
11. Pantry ahef
12. Pastry Chef
13. Head Cook
14. Saute Chef
15. Grill Cook
16. Fry Cook
17. Sous Chef
18. Head Chef
19. Executive Chef
20. Sanitation Officer
Date Specification was written or revisedAugust, 2023
Reference to national qualifications framework Level
Mode of Study1. Face-to-face
2. Online-Synchronous
3. Online- Asynchronous
4. Hybrid
5. Blended Synchronous
Language of Delivery1. English
2. Tagalog
3. Foreign Language (Korean/Spanish/etc.)
PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (Courses)Assessment MethodSources of Assessment (Courses)Performance Standard
PLO 1: Culinary
Techniques

· Demonstrate
proficiency in a wide
range of culinary techniques used including but not limited to stir-frying, steaming, braising, and grilling.
· Apply traditional and contemporary knife skills essential for preparing ingredients.
CAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H: Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H: Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H: European Cuisine

CAKO10H:
Fruit and Vegetable Carving

CAKO11H: Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
Laboratory Activities Practical and Written ExamCAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO10H:
Fruit and Vegetable Carving

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
30%
40%
PLO 2: Essential
Ingredient
Knowledge

· Identify and
differentiate
between various
ingredients.
· Explain the cultural
and regional
significance of specific ingredients in culinary traditions.
CAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H: Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H: European Cuisine

CAKO11H: Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
Laboratory Activities Practical and Written ExamCAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H: Philippine Cuisine CAKO03H: Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
30%
40%
PLO 3: Menu
Development

· Design well-
balanced and
culturally authentic
menus that
showcase a variety
of dishes from
different cuisines.
· Incorporate modern
and creative twists
to traditional
recipes while
maintaining respect
for authenticity.
CAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H: Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
Laboratory Activities Practical and Written ExamCAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H: Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO11H: Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
30%
40%
PLO 4: Cultural
Awareness

· Understand the
cultural and
historical contexts
that influence the
development of
culinary traditions.
· Show sensitivity to
cultural nuances
and practices
associated with
different cuisines.
CAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO11H: Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
Laboratory Activities Practical and Written ExamCAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
30%
40%
PLO 5: Flavor Profiling
· Analyze and replicate the intricate flavor profiles characteristic of dishes. · Experiment with blending flavors to create harmonious and innovative taste experience
CAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO11H: Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
Laboratory Activities Practical and Written ExamCAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
30%
40%
PLO 6: Plate
Presentation

· Apply artistic and
aesthetic principles
when plating dishes
to enhance their
visual appeal.
· Use traditional and
contemporary presentation techniques to elevate the overall dining experience.
CAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO10H:
Fruit and Vegetable Carving

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
Laboratory Activities Practical and Written ExamCAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas


CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO10H:
Fruit and Vegetable Carving

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
30%
40%
PLO 7: Innovation &
Adaptability

· Demonstrate the
ability to adapt to
new trends and
innovations within
the Asian culinary
landscape.
· Create unique and
innovative Asian-
inspired dishes that
cater to changing
consumer
preferences.
CAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO10H:
Fruit and Vegetable Carving

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
Laboratory Activities Practical and Written ExamCAKO01H:
Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation

CAKO02H:
Philippine Cuisine

CAKO03H:
Asian Cuisine

CAKO04H:
Introduction to Pastry and Bakery

CAKO06H:
Garde Manger

CAKO07H:
Cuisine of the Americas

CAKO08H:
European Cuisine

CAKO10H:
Fruit and Vegetable Carving

CAKO11H:
Advance Patisserie and Plated Dessert
30%
40%
Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management with Specialization in Cruise Line Operations Major in Hotel Services

Program Specification

Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management with Specialization in Cruise Line Operations Major in Hotel Services

Awarding Body/ InstitutionCommission on Higher Education
AccreditationPACUCOA, THE ICE, APIEM
Accreditation LevelLevel III PACUCOA, 5-STAR APIEM, QS 4-STARS
Program TitleBachelor of Science in International and Hospitality Management with Specialization in Cruise Line Operations Major in Hotel Services
Program Goals and Program Learning Outcomes1. Performed holistic competencies of local and international tourism and hospitality industry including relevant data, products, services, policies, technology and applicable laws geared toward nationalism and global competitiveness.
2. Applied innovative management and entrepreneurial functions in service-oriented business organizations performing crisis and risk mitigation activities following proficient use of communication channels.
3. Managed cultural diversity by demonstrating competencies focused on sea – based hotel operations and culinary arts with emphasis on safety, security, and crowd and crises management.
Internal and or/External benchmarks/referencesDusit Thani College
Outline of Program Structure and ContentProgram Structure:

Program Name: Bachelor of Science in International and Hospitality Management with Specialization in Cruise Line Operations Major in Hotel Services

Duration: 4 years (8 semesters)

Unit Requirement: 182 units

General Education:
· Understanding the Self
· Readings in Philippine History
· The Contemporary World
· Mathematics in the Modern World
· Purposive Communication
· Art Appreciation
· Science, Technology and Society
· Ethics
· Life and Works of Rizal
· Literature of the Philippines
· Living in the IT Era
· Environmental Science

Tourism and Hospitality Core:
· Philippine Culture and Tourism Geography
· Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation
· Quality Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality
· Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality
· Macro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Professionals Development and Applied Ethics
· Multicultural Diversity in Workplace for the Tourism Professional
· Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
· Micro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality

Hospitality Professional Courses:
· Kitchen Essentials & Basic Food Preparation
· Fundamentals in Food Service Operations
· Fundamentals in Lodging Operations
· Applied Business Tools and Technologies
· Supply Chain Management in Hospitality Industry
· Introduction to Meetings Incentives, Conferences and Events Management (MICE)
· Ergonomics and Facilities Planning for the Hospitality Industry
· Research in Tourism (T/H Core)
· Foreign Language 1 (T/H Core)
· Foreign Language 2 (T/H Core)

Professional Electives:
· Front Office Operations
· Housekeeping Operations
· Bar and Beverage Management
· Food and Beverage Cost Control
· Restaurant Management and Concept Development

Specialized Electives:
· Introduction to Cruise Line
· Basic Training and Crowd Control
· Cruise Line Geography and Cultural Diversity
· Advanced Food and Beverage Service with Barista
· Catering and Banquet Operation

Business and Management Education Course:
· Operations Management
· Strategic Management

Internship/Externship:
· Practicum 1
· Practicum 2

Institutional:
· Life and Works of JPL
· Business Communication Protocols in Tourism and Hospitality
· Research in Tourism 2
· Advanced Holistic Professional Development
· Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance
· Applied Economics
· Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior

PE :
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 1 (PATHFit 1)
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 2 (PATHFit 2)
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 3 (PATHFit 3)
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 4 (PATHFit 4)

NSTP:
· National Service Training Program 1
· National Service Training Program 2
Specifications of all courses in the ProgramProgram Content:
Year 1:
· Art Appreciation
· Introduction to Cruise Line Operations
· Macro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Advanced Holistic Professional Development
· Understanding the Self
· Risk Management as Applied to Safety, Security and Sanitation
· Environmental Science
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 1
· Philippine Culture and Tourism Geography
· Mathematics in the Modern World
· Fundamentals in Food Service Operations
· Professional Development and Applied Ethics
· Micro Perspective of Tourism and Hospitality
· Fundamentals of Accounting and Finance
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 2

Summer Term:
· Basic Training and Crowd Control
· Kitchen Essentials and Basic Food Preparation
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness

Year 2:
· Tourism and Hospitality Marketing
· Purposive Communication
· Multicultural Diversity in Workplace for the Tourism Professionals
· Living in the IT Era
· Front Office Operations
· Housekeeping Operations
· CruiseLine Geography and Cultural Diversity
· National Service Training Program1
· Literature of the Philippines
· Jose P. Laurel and his works
· Operations Management
· Business Communication Protocols in Tourism and Hospitality
· Bar and Beverage Management
· Applied Business Tools and Technologies in Tourism
· Advanced Food and Beverage Services with Barista
· Physical Activities Towards Health and Fitness 4
· National Service Training Program2

Year 3:
· Quality Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality
· Legal Aspects in Tourism and Hospitality
· Introduction to Events and MICE
· Applied Economics · Rooms Division Management
· Introduction to Purser and Administration
· Food and Beverage Cost Control
· Restaurant Management & Concept Development
· PRE-PRACTICUM
· PRACTICUM 1

Year 4:
· Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Hospitality
· Supply Chain Management in Hospitality Industry
· Research in Tourism and Hospitality 1
· Foreign Language 1
· The Contemporary World
· Life and Works of Rizal
· Readings in Philippine History
· Ethics
· Ergonomics and Facilities Planning for the Hospitality Industry
· Strategic Management
· Science, Technology and Society
· Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior
· Foreign Language 2
· Research in Tourism and Hospitality 2
· Catering and Banquet Operations
Achievement of PLO*
Opportunities provided by the Program ( e.g. study abroad, internships, student exchange)1. Internship
2. Work and Travel
3. Educational Exposure
Requirements needed to GraduateFor First Year Student
1. Health Hazard Screening 1
2. Culinary Industry Immersion
3. AHA- IHT (Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism)
4. NC II- Food and Beverage

For Second Year Student
1. Health Hazard Screening 2
2. NC II- Cookery
3. AHA- MDC (Multicultural Diversity)
4. AHA- BCHT (Business Communication in the Hospitality Industry)
5. Lobster Ink

For Third Year Student
1. AHA- HPC ( Hospitality Professional Course)
2. APIEM Certification (Events Management)
3. CHIA Certification
4. Practicum/ OJT

For Fourth Year Student
1. AHA- HSC (HOSPITALITY Supervisor Certificate)
2. Banquet and Catering
3. Research Exposition
Career OpportunitiesFood and Beverage Manager, Food and Beverage Manager, Restaurant Manager, Dining Attendant, Hotel receptionist, Concierge, Reservation agent, Front of house manager, housekeeping manager, Room attendant, laundry attendant, Server, Bartender, Hotel manager, Assistant hotel manager, Director of sales and marketing, Revenue manage and Night Auditor
Date Specification was written or revisedAugust 2023
Reference to national qualifications framework Level
Mode of Study1. Face-to-face
2. Online Synchronous
3. Online- Asynchronous
4. Hybrid
5. Blended Synchronous
Language of Delivery1. English
2. Tagalog
3. Foreign Language (Korean/Spanish/etc.)
PLO Achievement Matrix*
Program Learning OutcomesStrategies (CoursesAssessment MethodSources of Assessment (Courses)Performance Standard
PLO1: Students should reflect the ability to work with diverse teams, foster
cooperation, and
achieve common goals by demonstrating effective communication, Facilitate Collaborative Decision-Making and resolve conflict and overcome challenges.
CLNP01H:
Introduction to Cruise Line Operation

CLNP02H:
Basic Training and Crowd Control

CLNP03H:
Cruise Line Geography and Cultural Diversity

CLNP04H:
Introduction to Purser and Cruise Administration

IIHM01H:
Front Office Operations

IIHM09H:
Housekeeping Operations

IIHM03H:
Bar and Beverage Management

IIHM05H:
Advanced Food and Beverage Service with Barista

IHML03H:
Rooms Division Management

IIHM08H:
Catering and Banquet Operations
Practical Exam Quizzes/ Activities Major ExaminationsCLNP01H:
Introduction to Cruise Line Operation

CLNP02H: Basic Training and Crowd Control CLNP03H: Cruise Line Geography and Cultural Diversity CLNP04H: Introduction to Purser and Cruise Administration IIHM01H: Front Office Operations IIHM09H: Housekeeping Operations IIHM03H: Bar and Beverage Management IIHM05H: Advanced Food and Beverage Service with Barista IHML03H: Rooms Division Management IIHM08H: Catering and Banquet Operations
30%

30%

40%
PL03: Students should engage in a variety of activities to enhance their critical thinking
skills. These activities encourage students to
question, analyze,
evaluate, and synthesize
information, leading to a deeper understanding
of complex issues and the ability to make well – informed decisions.
CLNP01H:
Introduction to Cruise Line Operation

CLNP02H:
Basic Training and Crowd Control

CLNP03H:
Cruise Line Geography and Cultural Diversity

CLNP04H:
Introduction to Purser and Cruise Administration

IIHM01H:
Front Office Operations

IIHM09H:
Housekeeping Operations

IIHM03H:
Bar and Beverage Management

IIHM05H:
Advanced Food and Beverage Service with Barista

IHML03H:
Rooms Division Management

IIHM08H: Catering and Banquet Operations
Practical Exam Quizzes/ Activities Major ExaminationCLNP01H:
Introduction to Cruise Line Operation

CLNP02H:
Basic Training and Crowd Control

CLNP03H:
Cruise Line Geography and Cultural Diversity

CLNP04H:
Introduction to Purser and Cruise Administration

IIHM01H:
Front Office Operations

IIHM09H:
Housekeeping Operations

IIHM03H:
Bar and Beverage Management

IIHM05H:
Advanced Food and Beverage Service with Barista

IHML03H:
Rooms Division Management

IIHM08H: Catering and Banquet Operations
30%

30%

40%
PL04: Students should demonstrate an
understanding of
cultural diversity and show respect for different traditions and
beliefs.
CLNP01H:
Introduction to Cruise Line Operation

CLNP02H:
Basic Training and Crowd Control

CLNP03H:
Cruise Line Geography and Cultural Diversity

CLNP04H:
Introduction to Purser and Cruise Administration

IIHM01H:
Front Office Operations

IIHM09H: Housekeeping Operations

IIHM03H:
Bar and Beverage Management

IIHM05H:
Advanced Food and Beverage Service with Barista

IHML03H:
Rooms Division Management

IIHM08H: Catering and Banquet Operations
Practical Exam Quizzes/ Activities Major ExaminationCLNP01H:
Introduction to Cruise Line Operation

CLNP02H:
Basic Training and Crowd Control

CLNP03H:
Cruise Line Geography and Cultural Diversity

CLNP04H:
Introduction to Purser and Cruise Administration

IIHM01H:
Front Office Operations

IIHM09H:
Housekeeping Operations

IIHM03H:
Bar and Beverage Management

IIHM05H:
Advanced Food and Beverage Service with Barista

IHML03H:
Rooms Division Management

IIHM08H: Catering and Banquet Operations
30%

30%

40%