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A.B. ECONOMICS

A.B. ECONOMICS
Curriculum Year : 2013
First Year, 1st Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
600001 TH111E SEARCHING FOR GOD IN THE WORLD TODAY 3
4372 EN111B ENGLISH COMMUNICATION 1 3
4801 PI111 SINING NG PAKIKIPAGTALASTASAN 3
6601 MH111 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3
6913 NS211 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 3
4601 PH111 LOGIC 3
4101 EC121 BASIC ECONOMICS WITH LRT 3
5312 NSTP1 NSTP 1 3
Electives :
5308 CWT111 CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE
5302 CT111A CMT1
5309 LTS111 FUNC'L LIT. & NUMERACY EDUC 1
4710 PE111 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 2
Total Units : 26
First Year, 2nd Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
600002 TH121E RESPONDING TO GOD`S CALL BY BECOMING FULLY HUMAN 3 600001
4711 PE121 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 2 4710
4141 EC412 MICROECONOMICS 3 4101
5008 SO311A SOCIETY & CULTURE W/ FP POP ED 3
4670 PH125 PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON 3 4601
6905 NS121 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 3
6613 MH115 MATHEMATICS OF INVESTMENT 3 6601
4807 PI211 PANITIKANG PILIPINO 3 4801
4374 EN121B ENGLISH COMMUNICATION 2 3 4372
5321 NSTP2 NSTP 2 3
Electives :
5310 CWT121 CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SRVCE 2
5304 CT121A CMT2
5311 LTS121 FUNC'L LIT. & NUMERACY EDUC 2
Total Units : 29
First Year, Summer
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
080044 EC100 ECONOMICS ELECTIVE 1 - 1 3
Electives :
080001EC131 ET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM
080001EET131 EET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM
080002EC132 ET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT
080002EET132 EET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT
080003EC133 ET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM
080003EET133 EET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM
080004EC134 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
080004EIS134 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
080005EC135 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL
080005EIS135 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL
080006EC136 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
080006EIS136 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
080046 EC101 ECONOMICS ELECTIVE 1 - 2 3
Electives :
080001EC131 ET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM
080001EET131 EET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM
080002EC132 ET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT
080002EET132 EET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT
080003EC133 ET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM
080003EET133 EET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM
080004EC134 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
080004EIS134 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
080005EC135 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL
080005EIS135 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL
080006EC136 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
080006EIS136 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
080059 EC100 ECONOMICS ELECTIVE 1 - 3 3
Electives :
080001EC131 ET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM
080001EET131 EET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM
080002EC132 ET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT
080002EET132 EET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT
080003EC133 ET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM
080003EET133 EET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM
080004EC134 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
080004EIS134 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
080005EC135 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL
080005EIS135 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL
080006EC136 IS ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
080006EIS136 EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
Total Units : 9
Second Year, 1st Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
600003 TH211E CELEBRATING GOD`S PRESENCE AS A CHRISTIAN COMM 3 600002, 600001
1948 MG212 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3
9869 CS111L COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LAB 1
9868 CS111 COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LEC 2
4139 EC411 MACROECONOMICS 3 4101, 4141
4405 HI312 PHILIPPINE HISTORY 3
4135 EC312 HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT 3 4101, 4141
4816 PI311B RETORIKA 3 4801
4314 EN125A BUSINESS ENGLISH 3 4374, 4374
4712 PE211 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 2 4711
Total Units : 26
Second Year, 2nd Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
600004 TH221E TRANSFORMING THE WORLD WITH VINCENT DE PAUL 3 600002, 600001, 600003
0078 ED312A PRINCIPLES&METHODS OF TEACHING 3
4713 PE221 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 2 4712
6660 MH217B BASIC STATISTICS 3 6601
9889 CS111AL COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LAB 1 9869
9888 CS111A COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LEC 2 9868
4910 PS221B POLITICS & GOVERNANCE WITH PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION 3
4609 PH211 GENERAL ETHICS 3
6801 PY211 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3
4333 EN321 PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 4374, 4374
080007 EC221 ECO OF MONEY, BANKING CREDIT W/ FISCAL POLICY 3 4141, 4139
Total Units : 29
Second Year, Summer
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
080060 EC200 ECONOMICS ELECTIVE 2 - 1 3
Electives :
080008EC231 ET ELECTIVE 2 - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
080008EET231 EET ELECTIVE 2 - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
080009EC232 ET ELECTIVE 2 - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT
080009EET232 EET ELECTIVE 2 - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT
080010EC233 ET ELECTIVE 2 - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM
080010EET233 EET ELECT 2 - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM
080011EC234 IS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES
080011EIS234 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES
080012EC235 IS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES
080012EIS235 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES
080013EC236 IS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES
080013EIS236 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES
080061 EC200 ECONOMICS ELECTIVE 2 - 2 3
Electives :
080010EC233 ET ELECTIVE 2 - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM
080010EET233 EET ELECT 2 - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM
080011EC234 IS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES
080011EIS234 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES
080012EC235 IS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES
080012EIS235 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES
080013EC236 IS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES
080013EIS236 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES
080008EC231 ET ELECTIVE 2 - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
080008EET231 EET ELECTIVE 2 - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
080009EC232 ET ELECTIVE 2 - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT
080009EET232 EET ELECTIVE 2 - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT
080062 EC200 ECONOMICS ELECTIVE 2 - 3 3
Electives :
080008EC231 ET ELECTIVE 2 - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
080008EET231 EET ELECTIVE 2 - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
080009EC232 ET ELECTIVE 2 - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT
080009EET232 EET ELECTIVE 2 - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT
080010EC233 ET ELECTIVE 2 - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM
080010EET233 EET ELECT 2 - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM
080011EC234 IS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES
080011EIS234 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES
080012EC235 IS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES
080012EIS235 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES
080013EC236 IS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES
080013EIS236 EIS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES
Total Units : 9
Third Year, 1st Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
1598 AC324 ELEM. ACCOUNTING 3
4329 EN312 ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE 3 4374, 4374
080014 EC311 ECONOMICS PROJECT STUDY 3 4101, 6660
4505 HU311 ART APPRECIATION 3
4403 HI311 RIZAL'S LIFE & WORKS 3
4129 EC418A LABOR ECONOMICS 3 4101, 4910
4134 EC314 MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS 3 4101, 6601, 4141
3014 ED217 FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 1 3
Total Units : 24
Third Year, 2nd Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
4441 HI314 ASIAN CIVILIZATION 3
7806 LW101 OBLIGATIONS & CONTRACTS (LA) 3
4155 EC413 ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1 3 4139, 4129
0010 FL400 FOREIGN LANGUAGE ELECTIVE 1 3
Electives :
1401 NK111 NIHONGO BASIC I
5101 SP111 ELEMENTARY SPANISH
4109 EC321A INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 3 4139, 4129
4121 EC414A INTRO.TO MANAGERIAL ECON.&STAT 3 6660, 4134, 4129
080015 EC324 REGIONAL ECONOMICS, DIMENSION & ANALYSIS 3 4101, 4141, 4139
4118 EC409 ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS 3 4101, 6601, 4139
Total Units : 24
Third Year, Summer
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
4170 EC425 PRACTICUM 3 4155, 080014
Total Units : 3
Fourth Year, 1st Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
7812 LW102 SALES, AGENCY & BAILMENTS (LA) 3 7806
4136 EC315 COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEM 3 4101, 4109
0011 FL401 FOREIGN LANGUAGE ELECTIVE 2 3 0010
Electives :
1402 NK121 NIHONGO BASIC II
5103 SP121 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
080056 EC427AL ECONOMETRICS LAB 1 6660, 4155
080055 EC427A ECONOMETRICS LEC 3 6660, 4155
4159 EC423 ECONOMIC RESEARCH 2 3 4155
Total Units : 16
Fourth Year, 2nd Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
4190 EC420 INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS 3 4139, 4134
080016 EC422 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3 4101, 4109
080017 EC423 DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS, ISSUES & EDUC TOUR 3 4135, 4118, 4109
6649 MH222 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN BUSINESS 3 6613
Total Units : 12

Professional Course Subjects


EC315 - COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEM Credits: 3

Course Title: COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEM
Course Code EC315
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course aims to provide students with the basic conceptual tools for evaluating and comparing different economies. A generally focus approach will be adopted to encourage students to have a general understanding of how the different economic systems work and how economic theories interact with government policy, history, culture, social, political and philosophical factors to explain economic performance and evolution. A wide range of current issues confronting economic transition, structural change will also be emphasized. Country studies will include market capitalist countries (e.g., the United States, Japan, France, Sweden, British, Germany, and India), and the transforming former socialist economies (e.g., the Russia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and other East-European).

EC422 - CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Credits: 3

Course Title: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Course Code EC422
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is focuses on the broader context of globalization, liberalization and deregulation of all organizations– from private to public to non-governmental –which are currently undergoing significant changes. One of the major dimensions of these changes pertains to the way organizations in general an d firms in particular are “governed” and relate to their shareholders (owners) and stakeholders, otherwise known as “corporate governance”. Moreover, it gives an in-depth understanding on inside and outside boardrooms: directors, investors, stakeholders, and regulators who are carefully watching that organizations are “governed” efficiently, effectively, ethically, and that financial and other risks are being taken into account.

EC423 - DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS, ISSUES & EDUC TOUR Credits: 3

Course Title: DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS, ISSUES & EDUC TOUR
Course Code EC423
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course explains the chronic economic problems and issues that most of the less developing countries (LDC’s) and rich countries are facing. The main focus of the subject is on assessing the various and diverse economic, political and social problems of the rich and poor countries and at the same time, present the wide array of possible solutions. This subject is also concern on the simultaneous development of the rural and urban areas, particularly, the improvement of agricultural and industrial sector. Historical and present approaches to economic development by different governments are also covered, including an examination whether government economic development policies are appropriate and effective.

EC413 - ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1 Credits: 3

Course Title: ECONOMIC RESEARCH 1
Course Code EC413
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Economics Research Writing is the follow-up course on Economics of Research Methods and Techniques. The course consists of actual writing of the thesis. Therefore, it focuses on the provision of individualized consultation for the final preparation of the thesis. The course culminates with the defense of the research study at the end of the semester. Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to utilize the knowledge learned and the attitude and skills gained, in understanding the basic research procedures including economic theories, concepts and principles.

EC423 - ECONOMIC RESEARCH 2 Credits: 3

Course Title: ECONOMIC RESEARCH 2
Course Code EC423
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Economics Research Writing is the follow-up course on Economics of Research Methods and Techniques. The course consists of actual writing of the thesis. Therefore, it focuses on the provision of individualized consultation for the final preparation of the thesis. The course culminates with the defense of the research study at the end of the semester. Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to utilize the knowledge learned and the attitude and skills gained, in understanding the basic research procedures including economic theories, concepts and principles.

EC311 - ECONOMICS PROJECT STUDY Credits: 3

Course Title: ECONOMICS PROJECT STUDY
Course Code EC311
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course focuses on of the five components of a project feasibility study, namely: Marketing, Technical, Management, Financial and Social Desirability. It is a systematic inquiry to determine whether a specific business undertaking could be implemented at a certain acceptable profit level. It is not merely an investigation but at the same time a plan or a framework on how the operation of a business project shall be accomplished.

EET233 - EET ELECT - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM Credits: 3

Course Title: EET ELECT - SPL ISSUES & TRENDS IN ECO TOURISM
Course Code EET233
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Introduction to ecotourism and management, environmentalism, sustainable development and planning, the politics and sociology of ecotourism, economic development, and globalization. Ecotourism and examples of sustainable development, both in the public and private sectors, will also be examined at the local, national, and international level.

EET231 - EET ELECTIVE - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT Credits: 3

Course Title: EET ELECTIVE - TOURISM PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
Course Code EET231
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Tourism planning and development provides students with the theoretical knowledge of tourism planning tools and illustrates their practical application. Tourism planning is highly complex and requires integrated and flexible approaches. Particular emphasis will be given on successfully integrating stakeholders into the planning process. The focus in this subject lies on encouraging students to critically reflect on the nature of tourism planning, the context in which it takes place and its sustainability. It will further prepare students to appreciate and incorporate emerging challenges including the impacts of climate change into future planning efforts.

EET232 - EET ELECTIVE - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT Credits: 3

Course Title: EET ELECTIVE - WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND MGT
Course Code EET232
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course provides comprehensive training in modern wildlife management techniques and is designed to introduce key concepts of wildlife conservation, biodiversity and sustainable resource management. Students will develop a broad understanding of the scientific principles required for effective management of our wild flora and fauna, which is increasingly coming under pressure as a result of human activity. Combined with a sound scientific underpinning students will gain hands-on experience in the techniques of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data for the conservation and management of our wildlife and natural resources.

EET133 - EET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM Credits: 3

Course Title: EET ELECTIVE 1 - BUSINESS LAW IN TOURISM
Course Code EET133
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course examines the regulation of domestic and international tourism and analyses key current issues arising in the subject area. It aims to provide student with the understanding and insights required to provide specialized legal and policy advice to the may stakeholders in tourism including governments, investors, developers, operators, marketers, special interest groups, local communities and tourists themselves.

EET131 - EET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM Credits: 3

Course Title: EET ELECTIVE 1 - PRINCIPLES & MGT OF ECO TOURISM
Course Code EET131
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed for the students of ecotourism on the principles and guidelines that distinguish ecotourism from other forms of travel and to develop the skills involved in ensuring that the increasing pressure from the demand for visiting natural areas in tourism does not threaten the long-term health of these critical natural areas, however, planning for ecotourism as a means for sustainable economic development in protected areas occur within the context of conservation management. Topics to be discussed include concept of ecotourism and its diversity, tourism resources and potentials, identification of resources areas (forest and game reserves), guideline on ecotourism and development, environmental impacts management and relationship with biological diversity (both flora and fauna), integrated approach to tourism,

EET132 - EET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT Credits: 3

Course Title: EET ELECTVE 1 - TOURISM MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Course Code EET132
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course aims to establish your understanding of the principles of tourism marketing management, providing you with framework upon which to understand business development and marketing planning. Specifically, it examines the relationship between the customer experience and marketing organizations, research planning, budgeting, marketing strategies and communication. You will develop a critical understanding of contemporary issues in marketing and the ability to question current marketing patterns and trends. In that context, attention is given to the use of IT and social media in destination management and marketing. The speed of change in the global tourism and hospitality industries means that students need to be kept abreast of contemporary issues. This is achieved through our close links with industry and an opportunity for student to engage in a full time paid work placement.

EIS136 - EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Credits: 3

Course Title: EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
Course Code EIS136
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The objective of this option course is to provide: i) an analytical training in the critical use of theories of international migration and labor market issues, regional integration and globalization, management of open developing economies with large external shocks, dynamics of currency and financial crises, management of exchange rates and capital accounts, international monetary and financial architecture, and other global economic issues. Throughout the course, emphasis is placed on understanding theories as well as on testing and evaluating these theoretical propositions in the light of empirical evidence and real world issues trade and finance; and ii) an opportunity for students to develop critical understanding of the current policy debate on international trade and development, foreign direct investment and multinational corporations, international.

EIS135 - EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL Credits: 3

Course Title: EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTL LAW & THEORIES OF INTL REL
Course Code EIS135
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description International law is playing an increasingly important role in international politics. However, international relations theorists have thus far failed to conceptualize adequately the role that law plays in politics. Instead, IR theorists have tended to operate with a limited conception of law. An understanding of jurisprudence and legal methodology is a crucial step towards achieving a better account of international law in IR theory. But many of the flaws in IR's idea of law stem also from the theoretical foundations of constructivism – the school of thought which engages most frequently with law. Adriana Sinclair rehabilitates IR theory's understanding of law, using cases studies from American, English and international law to critically examine contemporary constructivist approaches to IR and show how a gap in their understanding of law has led to inadequate theorization.

EIS134 - EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Credits: 3

Course Title: EIS ELECTIVE 1 - INTRO. TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
Course Code EIS134
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed for the students of ecotourism on the principles and guidelines that distinguish ecotourism from other forms of travel and to develop the skills involved in ensuring that the increasing pressure from the demand for visiting natural areas in tourism does not threaten the long-term health of these critical natural areas, however, planning for ecotourism as a means for sustainable economic development in protected areas occur within the context of conservation management. Topics to be discussed include concept of ecotourism and its diversity, tourism resources and potentials, identification of resources areas (forest and game reserves), guideline on ecotourism and development, environmental impacts management and relationship with biological diversity (both flora and fauna), integrated approach to tourism,

EIS236 - EIS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES Credits: 3

Course Title: EIS ELECTIVE 2 - AMERICAN & EUROPEAN STUDIES
Course Code EIS236
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course studies the impact of Europe in the world history. It focuses on discussion on American and European Government that provides students with a dynamic learning approach to the complex problems of modern society in an increasingly integrated world. Specifically, by emphasizing European history, language, and culture, the specialization allows students to acquire not only global awareness with appreciation of other peoples' strivings, trials, and accomplishments, but also a unique and beneficial perspective on their own American way of life. Clearly, by opening a "window on the world" and broadening cultural horizons, the European specialization enhances the student's ability to live and to function in the international sphere. The Latin American Studies specialization offers students opportunities to gain an appreciation for the dynamic and diverse region with which the United States shares a hemisphere. Students will develop an understanding or common patterns in the social, cultural, political, and economic development of these nations, as well as distinct characteristics of the nations of this large and increasingly important region.

EIS234 - EIS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES Credits: 3

Course Title: EIS ELECTIVE 2 - EAST ASIA STUDIES
Course Code EIS234
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The aim of this course is to provide students with a basic knowledge and understanding of the history of East Asia. This will examine cultural, socio-economic, and political foundations of East Asian states. Students are expected to understand and appreciate the fact that there are both similarities and differences between China, Japan, and Korea, stemming from long historical interactions between the peoples within the region. By the end of the course, students will have enough knowledge of East Asia to be able to objectively analyze why and how history is influential in contemporary intra-regional interactions and in East Asian relations with the rest of the world.

EIS235 - EIS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES Credits: 3

Course Title: EIS ELECTIVE 2 - SOUTHERN & WESTERN ASIAN STUDIES
Course Code EIS235
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description To be acquainted to the different societies and states in South Asia, it’s the lengthy periods of the formation of its geographical, racial and cultural character, to provide some guidelines for understanding contemporary processes and issues in the region, and its relationship to Southeast Asia and the Philippines. To be acquainted to the different societies and states in West Asia, it’s the lengthy period of the formation of its geographical, racial and cultural character, to provide some guidelines for understanding contemporary processes and issues in the region, and its relationship to Southeast Asia and the Philippines.

AC324 - ELEM. ACCOUNTING Credits: 3

Course Title: ELEM. ACCOUNTING
Course Code AC324
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course provides an introduction to accounting, within the context of business and business decisions. Students obtain basic understanding of the principles and concepts of accounting as well as their applicability and relevance in the national context and learn how to use various types of accounting information found in financial statements and annual reports. Emphasis is placed on understanding the reasons underlying basic accounting concepts and providing students with an adequate background on the recording, classification, and summarization functions of accounting to enable them to appreciate the varied uses of accounting data.

EC409 - ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
Course Code EC409
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to understand the significant role of economics to address different environmental issues through the formulation of environmental policies. Moreover, the emphasis is placed on the conventional welfare economics approach centering on market failure due to externalities and public goods, cost-benefit analysis, cost-effective policy design, and non-market valuation. Thus, the course also focuses on the applications to environmental problems in air, water, land use, and natural resources.

EC312 - HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT Credits: 3

Course Title: HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
Course Code EC312
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course highlights the contributions of leading economists and the relevance of their theories to later periods. Systems of economic thought and consideration of application are compared to address current problems.

EC420 - INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS
Course Code EC420
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to familiarize students with a broad range of the methods and models applied by economists in the analysis of firms and industries. A broader goal is that students who take the course will, by working extensively with theoretical models, acquire analytical skills that are transferable to other kinds of intellectual problems

EC321A - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Course Code EC321A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course focuses on the real analysis addressing a wide range of issues of international trade in goods, international factor mobility, and the interaction between the two. The topics to be examined include the theories of international trade and new trade theory based on increasing returns to scale and imperfect competition and its applications, welfare economics (e.g, gains from trade and analysis of open economies), trade policy (e.g., policy instruments such as tariffs and quotas, trade policies related to development and long-term growth), and some special issues (e.g., foreign direct investment made by multinational corporations, free trade areas, and World Trade Organization). International economics also includes the theory of international trade, exchange rates, trade barriers, balance of payments disequilibrium, commercial and aid policies, regional economic integration and international economic development.

EC414A - INTRO.TO MANAGERIAL ECON.&STAT Credits: 3

Course Title: INTRO.TO MANAGERIAL ECON.&STAT
Course Code EC414A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Managerial Economics is an integration subject that focuses on the application of economic theory and the tools of decision science to managerial decision making. The emphasis throughout this course is on the use of economic reasoning to solve management decision problems, making extensive use of problem-based exercises and case studies. This course enables the students to apply economic principles and computational techniques to managerial business problems in preparation for the development of a market feasibility project. The course also embraces mainly the study of the framework of management decision, business and economic forecasting, demand analysis, cost analysis, statistical techniques and managerial control.

EC418A - LABOR ECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: LABOR ECONOMICS
Course Code EC418A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to provide students of economics with information on issues, theories, problems and legislations relevant to labor. The course also includes income distribution, the theory of labor supply and demand, labor market equilibrium and elasticities, labor mobility, policies on wages and the different agencies in relation to labor. Moreover, it also focuses on Philippine labor market and problems confronting our time.

EC411 - MACROECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: MACROECONOMICS
Course Code EC411
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course studies Macroeconomic theories in depth as well as its applications. It assumes that the student has a thorough understanding of the workings of the economy as discussed in Basic Macro Economics and its underlying application both for the Philippine and World Economy.

EC314 - MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
Course Code EC314
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This is an introductory course in mathematics for economic analysis in both economics and mathematics. The course consists of four parts that includes introduce some concepts from linear algebra, multivariate calculus and constrained static optimization and an introduction to differential equations and dynamic optimization techniques (time permitting). Furthermore, it explains the technique ofoptimization under inequality constraints, the analysis of dynamic economic models,in particular differential and difference equations and dynamic optimization (optimalcontrol theory), as well as correspondences and fixed point theorems used in generalequilibrium analysis.

EC412 - MICROECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: MICROECONOMICS
Course Code EC412
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course studies the intricate field of Microeconomics. It covers the analysis of the basics of economics on the micro level. Moreover, it also aims to equip students with the necessary skills in analyzing the economic behavior of individual economic units, such as the households, firms, and the producers in relation to the price system.

LW101 - OBLIGATIONS & CONTRACTS (LA) Credits: 3

Course Title: OBLIGATIONS & CONTRACTS (LA)
Course Code LW101
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description : OBLIGATION AND CONTRACT This course gives the student an understanding of the legal concepts and rules governing the law of obligations and contracts and application of these concepts to practical problems. It involves a discussion of the nature, sources, kinds, and extinguishments of contracts including defective contracts and other miscellaneous topics relevant to the course.

EC425 - PRACTICUM Credits: 3

Course Title: PRACTICUM
Course Code EC425
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed in line with the concept of experiential learning. This is an off-campus educational plan integrates classroom study with practical work experience. It is intended to contribute to students’ meaningful over-all preparation by providing an opportunity for the practical application of skills and concepts learned in classes. An internship is much more than a job; it is a course which offers an individualized educational experience through the study of a structured employment situation. The credit is for the learning - not the work experience. The practicum/internship requires 210 hours of work for 3 credit hours and is divided into three parts. The first 93 hours will be under the Private Company and the other 93 hours will be under the Government Institution or vice versa. The remaining 24 hours will be allotted to community service. The internship may be paid or unpaid. There’s a list of the companies affiliated with Adamson University and a Memorandum of Agreement as well to be signed by the immediate Supervisor.

MG212 - PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT Credits: 3

Course Title: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
Course Code MG212
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This is an introductory course in management for business and accountancy students who need to grasp the big picture of management concepts, processes, and techniques as practiced today in business, industry, and government. The students gain a solid grasp of how effective managers orchestrate human resources and their own energies to contribute to an organization's successful achievement of its mission and bottom-line goals.

EC324 - REGIONAL ECONOMICS, DIMENSION & ANALYSIS Credits: 3

Course Title: REGIONAL ECONOMICS, DIMENSION & ANALYSIS
Course Code EC324
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to provide students of economics with a framework within which the spatial character of economic systems may be understood. Moreover, it enables them to identify the factors governing the distribution of economic activity over space and to recognize as this distribution changes, important consequences may arise for individuals and for communities. Thus, a set of reflections concerning current regional economic problems and to understand multiregional economic models will be developed to better understand such economic differences.

LW102 - SALES, AGENCY & BAILMENTS (LA) Credits: 3

Course Title: SALES, AGENCY & BAILMENTS (LA)
Course Code LW102
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description SALES, AGENCY AND BAILMENTS (LA) This course covers sales, agency and bailment’s as contained in our Civil Code and its various ramification and transaction in relation to business undertakings. It includes discussions on the legal responsibilities of various parties governed by the contracts of sales, agency and bailment’s.

General Education subjects


EN312 - ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE Credits: 3

Course Title: ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE
Course Code EN312
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course covers the fundamentals of public speaking, writing and delivering the speech for debate. Not only are the students trained in the mechanics of debate but, even more importantly, they are trained to think out and write their own arguments. This course further venture into helping the students, develop their critical, analytic and synthetic powers of thought which will be of real worth to them in their life’s work, in a society of free men regardless of whether or not their chief means of livelihood will be their powers of debate. With students discovering the need for skill and versatility in Argumentation and Debate, they see how efficiently people in Congress and in the Senate, in business and in other professions, in politics and in community work, at home and in social activities accomplish their objectives when they possess the art of effective communication. The approach is twofold: (1) to inform in order that the students may learn and understand the fundamentals or principles and (2) to develop skill in communication so that the students will develop some power which they can perfect at their own pace.

HU311 - ART APPRECIATION Credits: 3

Course Title: ART APPRECIATION
Course Code HU311
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The study is primarily designed to assist student in better understanding of humanities; the origin, meaning and importance of arts; how arts is incorporated in our desire for understanding the nature and essence of human expression; how arts is a tool in achieving total human development and the development and richness of Philippine culture and arts.

HI314 - ASIAN CIVILIZATION Credits: 3

Course Title: ASIAN CIVILIZATION
Course Code HI314
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course intends to provide students with holistic, comprehensive understanding and appreciation of Asia`s historical past and its contemporary situation. This course aims to give the students an understanding of the flow of ideas and events in Asian history. It also covers the political, economic, social and cultural development of Asia from its beginning to the modern period.

EC121 - BASIC ECONOMICS WITH LRT Credits: 3

Course Title: BASIC ECONOMICS WITH LRT
Course Code EC121
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course provides a comprehensive coverage of all major topics in economics. Attention is given to establish students understanding of key economic principles with particular emphasis on the Philippine Economic system, its growth and development. The course covers the foundation of economics, demand and supply analysis, the concept of elasticity, the theory of production and the fundamental concept of micro and macroeconomics with the use of simple graphical and mathematical illustrations. Likewise, the course involves topics on taxation and agrarian reform with discussion on issues and problems related to its implementation.

MH217B - BASIC STATISTICS Credits: 3

Course Title: BASIC STATISTICS
Course Code MH217B
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course focuses on conceptual understanding of everyday statistics and basic statistical procedures. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability, point and interval estimation, and hypothesis testing illustrated and applied to practical situations and various fields of interest. It also gives students competence in basic computer technology by generating descriptive statistics and performing analysis using MS EXCEL and the software Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). It is designed to provide students with statistical tools needed in order to make evaluation of experimental data.

NS121 - BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE Credits: 3

Course Title: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE
Course Code NS121
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course deals with the study of the fundamental concepts and principles concerning living things: the origin of life, the cells as the unit of life, metabolism, gas exchange, body fluids, neural control, growth, reproduction, the evolution of living things and changing the nature of nature through genetic engineering in the field of Biotechnology. Field activities and survey are necessary to complete the course.

EN125A - BUSINESS ENGLISH Credits: 3

Course Title: BUSINESS ENGLISH
Course Code EN125A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to develop students’ skills necessary to communicate effectively in various business contexts. It intends to provide students with opportunities for appropriate use of Business English. It focuses on effective writing of business correspondences achieved through conventions, appropriate diction and purpose. Specifically, it develops students’ writing skills in business correspondences, and effective word choice and expressions in business presentations.

TH211E - CELEBRATING GOD`S PRESENCE AS A CHRISTIAN COMM Credits: 3

Course Title: CELEBRATING GOD`S PRESENCE AS A CHRISTIAN COMM
Course Code TH211E
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description In this third of a series of “Faith Journey towards Social Transformation,” Theology III re-tells the story of the pilgrim people of God – the Church – beginning with Jesus of Nazareth and his work on the “reign of God, with his community of disciples, and the community’s journey through history. The course shows how the community of Jesus’ disciples today proclaims in the words and deeds the liberating message of Jesus by being relevant in its mission of evangelization in the context of the “Church of the Poor”. St. Vincent de Paul is an important figure in the missionary work of the church with the underprivileged sectors of society. From this understanding of a church that is in solidarity with humanity, especially the poor, the course explains the sacrament as celebrations of God’s active presence and as challenges for the Church to give witness to its being a sacrament of Christ’s saving grace and unity in the world. (Prerequisites: TH111E”Searching for God” and TH121E “Responding to God’s Call”; course equivalent in the 2008 curriculum – “Church and Sacraments”)

CWT111 - CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE Credits: 3

Course Title: CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE
Course Code CWT111
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description “The Civic Welfare Training Service refers to the program component or activities contributory to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community or the enhancement of its facilities, especially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizenry and other welfare services; (Sec. 3, D of the Republic Act No. 9163) In this program, lectures and participatory discussions on the aforementioned topics are highlighted in order for students to be equipped with the necessary knowledge in preparation for the actual community involvement.

CWT121 - CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SRVCE 2 Credits: 3

Course Title: CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SRVCE 2
Course Code CWT121
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description “The Civic Welfare Training Service refers to the program component or activities contributory to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community or the enhancement of its facilities, especially those devoted to improving health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizenry and other welfare services; (Sec. 3, D of the Republic Act No. 9163) In this program, the students are given the opportunity to plan, implement and experience the fundamental learnings acquired during their CWTS 1 program to the adopted community under the supervision of NSTP instructors.

CT111A - CMT1 Credits: 3

Course Title: CMT1
Course Code CT111A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description “The Reserve Officers’ Training Corps refers to the program component, institutionalized under Sections 38 and 39 of Republic Act No. 7077, designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for national defense preparedness;” (Sec. 3, A of the Republic Act No. 9163) This program is designed to provide basic information through lectures and seminars on acquiring military discipline and general orientation on military science/trainings.

CT121A - CMT2 Credits: 3

Course Title: CMT2
Course Code CT121A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description “The Reserve Officers’ Training Corps refers to the program component, institutionalized under Sections 38 and 39 of Republic Act No. 7077, designed to provide military training to tertiary level students in order to motivate, train, organize and mobilize them for national defense preparedness;” (Sec. 3, A of the Republic Act No. 9163) In this program, students are introduced to naval operations and specific programs. They are also given opportunity to experience shipboard familiarization, drills and ceremonies.

MH111 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA Credits: 3

Course Title: COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Course Code MH111
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description College Algebra is a basic course for first year college students. It starts with the real number system, four fundamental operations on algebraic expressions including special products and factoring. Then it covers concepts and operations on rational and radical expressions, solution sets of algebraic equations in one variable: linear, quadratic, polynomial of degree , fractional, radical equations, quadratic in form, concepts of inequalities, functions and relations ; decomposition of fractions into partial fractions; solution sets of systems of linear equations involving up to three variables.

CS111L - COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LAB Credits: 1

Course Title: COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LAB
Course Code CS111L
Credit Units 1 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is concerned with the different concepts of and relating to computers. This includes a study on the uses of different parts of the computer as well as applications of different software. A study of trends and issues surrounding the use of computers will also be discussed. The course also allows students to utilize different automation tools in their field of specialization. The course will allow students to use MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. This course integrates the concept of and use of Internet.

CS111 - COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LEC Credits: 2

Course Title: COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LEC
Course Code CS111
Credit Units 2 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is concerned with the different concepts of and relating to computers. This includes a study on the uses of different parts of the computer as well as applications of different software. A study of trends and issues surrounding the use of computers will also be discussed. The course also allows students to utilize different automation tools in their field of specialization. The course will allow students to use MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. This course integrates the concept of and use of Internet.

CS111AL - COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LAB Credits: 1

Course Title: COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LAB
Course Code CS111AL
Credit Units 1 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is intended to make students define the terms associated with database and database management, identify the different steps in developing database and applications, discuss the different concepts and notations used in modeling data in database design and write query programs and database in ACCESS to solve actual business problems.

CS111A - COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LEC Credits: 2

Course Title: COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LEC
Course Code CS111A
Credit Units 2 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is intended to make students define the terms associated with database and database management, identify the different steps in developing database and applications, discuss the different concepts and notations used in modeling data in database design and write query programs and database in ACCESS to solve actual business problems.

SP111 - ELEMENTARY SPANISH Credits: 3

Course Title: ELEMENTARY SPANISH
Course Code SP111
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to give students the rudiments of the Spanish language and the culture associated with its use. It also concentrates on establishing their basic communicative skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing using the language through interactive exchange of ideas and information employing effectively the most essential in grammar.

EN111B - ENGLISH COMMUNICATION 1 Credits: 3

Course Title: ENGLISH COMMUNICATION 1
Course Code EN111B
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to develop the Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills of students to communicate and function effectively in various academic demands. Moreover, it provides knowledge and skills of academic listening and strategic reading to develop comprehension and critical thinking; and of academic speaking and writing to enhance meaningful discourse. It intends to strengthen the students’ academic language proficiency which will allow them to function across disciplines.

EN121B - ENGLISH COMMUNICATION 2 Credits: 3

Course Title: ENGLISH COMMUNICATION 2
Course Code EN121B
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course aims to prepare students for further studies by developing their communication and thinking skills. It puts emphasis on the students” mastery of academic reading and writing, especially reading with comprehension, synthesizing information, writing unified and coherent paragraphs and producing a well-organized term paper.

NS211 - ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Credits: 3

Course Title: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
Course Code NS211
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to develop student awareness, knowledge and concerns of the environment, its diverse values and processes, learning to preserve, conserve and utilize the environment’s sustainable resources for the benefit of the present and future generation. It adopts the integrated approach to promote a holistic, dynamic and interactive view of solving problems and issues related to biological, physical, economic, social, technological and cultural components. Field survey, activities and environmental impacts are necessary to complete the course

LTS111 - FUNC'L LIT. & NUMERACY EDUC 1 Credits: 3

Course Title: FUNC'L LIT. & NUMERACY EDUC 1
Course Code LTS111
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description “The Literacy Training Service (LTS) refers to the program component designed to train the students to teach literacy and numeracy skills to school children, out-of-school youths and other segments of society in need of their services;”(Sec. 3, C of the Republic Act No. 9163) In this program, lectures and participatory discussions on the 3Rs, such as Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, and computer skills are emphasized in preparation for the students to act as trainers/teachers in the adopted community of the university. At the same time, educational strategies and methodologies are taught to equip them with the fundamental knowledge in teaching.

LTS121 - FUNC'L LIT. & NUMERACY EDUC 2 Credits: 3

Course Title: FUNC'L LIT. & NUMERACY EDUC 2
Course Code LTS121
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description “The Literacy Training Service (LTS) refers to the program component designed to train the students to teach literacy and numeracy skills to school children, out-of-school youths and other segments of society in need of their services ;”( Sec. 3, C of the Republic Act No. 9163) In this program, application of literacy and numeracy skills by the students to the adopted community of the University is put to practical application where the students are given the opportunity to plan, implement, experience and actualize their learning under the supervision of NSTP instructors.

PH211 - GENERAL ETHICS Credits: 3

Course Title: GENERAL ETHICS
Course Code PH211
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course seeks to present the basic elements and features of ethics. In addition, it introduces some selections on ethical theories and principles which have social, political, and personal significance particularly in crafting objective subjective moral judgments. In this vein, it attempts to make critical analysis on ethical theories and principles through a reflective way of living. Albeit the philosophical readings are few, it tries to give the student a substantive understanding about their moral responsibility individually and collectively. Furthermore, it balances our general perception between Western and Eastern worldviews, and between masculine and feminine value-judgments in ethics.

PY211 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY Credits: 3

Course Title: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Course Code PY211
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description A broad coverage of the conceptual or the empirical foundations of Psychology in its main fields. The discussion of the theories, concepts, and empirical findings focuses on complex human behavior- how and why we think, feel and behave the way we do, how we act and interact with others and how and why we become the unique individuals that we are.

SP121 - INTERMEDIATE SPANISH Credits: 3

Course Title: INTERMEDIATE SPANISH
Course Code SP121
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is programmed to further develop and reinforce the communicative competence of students in the Spanish language by moving forward from the fundamentals of the language to the more complex grammatical structures. It also emphasizes the need for students to express their ideas with clarity in both oral and written form using the language and contextualizing its use in concrete situations and in various settings.

PH111 - LOGIC Credits: 3

Course Title: LOGIC
Course Code PH111
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description A systematic training in correct thinking, it embraces the study of rules governing each type of expression in the three operations of the mind, whereby ideas are formed; judgment, whereby propositions are organized and reasoning whereby syllogisms are developed. It includes the study of the fallacies and the essentials of Symbolic Logic.

MH115 - MATHEMATICS OF INVESTMENT Credits: 3

Course Title: MATHEMATICS OF INVESTMENT
Course Code MH115
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Mathematics of Investment is a course designed for students of Business Administration. It is a course that deals with the theory and application of interest and annuities in business and investment mathematics. The topics covered are simple interest, simple discount, compound interest, annuities, extraction of debts by periodic payments (to include both amortization and sinking fund method), bonds and evaluation of bonds and depreciation.

NK111 - NIHONGO BASIC I Credits: 3

Course Title: NIHONGO BASIC I
Course Code NK111
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is for students with no prior knowledge or very limited knowledge of Japanese. It focuses on basic communication skills, particularly basic sentence patterns, expressions, greetings, different levels of honorific usages, adjectives, conjunction of verbs, and counting. It also introduces Japanese phonetic symbols (Hiragana and Katakana) through writing and reading.

NK121 - NIHONGO BASIC II Credits: 3

Course Title: NIHONGO BASIC II
Course Code NK121
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is basically a continuation of what have been learned in Nihongo 1. Nihongo 2 students will continue the study of complex and combined sentences. It will also focus on the improvement of the listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills of the students. At the latter part of the course, 150 basic kanji will be introduced together with a number of compound characters.

PI211 - PANITIKANG PILIPINO Credits: 3

Course Title: PANITIKANG PILIPINO
Course Code PI211
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa interaktibong pag-aaral sa iba’t ibang genre: sa anyong tuluyan at patula. Matutunghayan ang mga babasahing may kinalaman at sumasalamin sa mga tradisyon, gawi paniniwala at paraan ng pamumuhay ng tungo sa pagkilala, pagpapayaman at pagtangkilik ng mga babasahing Pilipino. Bibigyang-pansin ang mg kakayahan at kahusayan ng mga estudyante sa pag-unawa at pagpapalago ng mga araling pampanitikan na ipapaloob gamit ang wikang Filipino bilang midyum sa pagpapahayag at pagtatanghal ng kulturang Pilipino at makabagong kabihasnan sa tulong at patnubay ng Vincentian Mission at ang mga pagpapahalagang pangkatauhan na isinasanib sa talakayan upang mabisang maisabuhay ang mga kaalamang natutuhan na mailalapit pa rin sa pangagailangan ng lipunan, mga usaping pambansa at pakikipagsabayan sa global na komunidad.

HI312 - PHILIPPINE HISTORY Credits: 3

Course Title: PHILIPPINE HISTORY
Course Code HI312
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course discusses the history of the Philippines from its geographical as its historical setting, her regional traits and the highlight: The Philippines during the Pre – Spanish period, Spanish period, the American period, the Commonwealth period, The Japanese period, The Republican Era (from Roxas to the Arroyo Regime) The course would speak in details how the country force and was influence by the colonial rule and how this affect the country in the present. Included here are the heroes struggle in this three periods, the role of they played in nation building.

PH125 - PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON Credits: 3

Course Title: PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON
Course Code PH125
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is a survey of western and eastern philosophies and their application to real life experiences and situations. It will acquaint students to the different philosophical thoughts of important persons in our history, who proved themselves to be called “wise person”. This intellectual quest will lead students to learn the basics and reflect on the fundamental philosophical principles and hopefully apply them as guide to their practical life. A two-pronged approach is employed in the study of the course; part 1 is a historical approach which focuses on the views of man in Western perspective: ancient, medieval, modern and postmodern. This part will also deal with the eastern tradition or perspective: Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Islam while part II, experiential approach narrows on the different issues which can be societal, religious, or cultural and other practical questions asked about the existence of man. Topics on human life, sexuality, love, evil, suffering, and death will be discussed.

PE111 - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 Credits: 2

Course Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1
Course Code PE111
Credit Units 2 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course was designed for the students of Physical Education 1 to discover their strengths and weaknesses through diagnostic physical fitness testing and appropriate conditioning exercises. It also included a follow-up study of gymnastics such as the basic fundamental positions, free hand exercises, routines and stunts performances for self-testing activities. Different exercise programs were also provided to help strengthen the fitness level of the students.

PE121 - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 Credits: 2

Course Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2
Course Code PE121
Credit Units 2 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course was designed to develop the skills of students in dances through a planned organization of a pattern of rhythmic movements. Furthermore, this course accounts for the historical development of Philippine and Foreign Folkdances and Social dances which reflect the unique culture of people.

PE211 - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 Credits: 2

Course Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3
Course Code PE211
Credit Units 2 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course was designed for the students to acquire knowledge and understanding of the concepts of different individual and dual sports such as Badminton and Arnis. It also covers the brief history, equipment, players, basic skills, officials, and the rules of the games needed in the actual games.

PE221 - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 Credits: 2

Course Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4
Course Code PE221
Credit Units 2 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course is geared towards the students’ better understanding of the concepts, skills and rules of different teamsports such as basketball and volleyball which can be played as competitive sports and for entertainment. The different activities help them raise their levels of proficiency in the execution of the different skills to play the sports better.

PS221B - POLITICS & GOVERNANCE WITH PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION Credits: 3

Course Title: POLITICS & GOVERNANCE WITH PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION
Course Code PS221B
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course offers an academic and disciplinary understanding of politics. Basic concepts, principles and theories will be introduced as tools of analysis for further discussions on political actors, systems, institutions, processes and the over-all dynamics of Philippine politics, and how it translates-operates into governance. With the course’s aim to provide politico-civic knowledge to students, it thus offers the study of the 1987 Philippine Constitution; its historical evolution, essential provisions and manners of amendment. As part of the course integration, case studies and important readings/literatures on Philippine politics and governance will be introduced to correlate/apply basic concepts, principles and theories learned from the outlined topic selections.

EN321 - PUBLIC SPEAKING Credits: 3

Course Title: PUBLIC SPEAKING
Course Code EN321
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This is a practical course intended to acquaint students with the fundamentals of Public Speaking. It deals with the study of the speaker, the audience, and the occasion. The goal of this course is to incorporate the typical speaking assignment into situations students might face in their personal and professional lives.

MH222 - QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN BUSINESS Credits: 3

Course Title: QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN BUSINESS
Course Code MH222
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course enhance the student’s ability that will help them define, describe and resolve a wide range of business problems, it includes review of graphic linear inequalities and covers the topics on quantitative analysis techniques like linear programming: graphical and simplex method, transportation problems, assignment problems. Project management and Markovs process are also included. These tools are applied to different business cases for effective decision making.

TH121E - RESPONDING TO GOD`S CALL BY BECOMING FULLY HUMAN Credits: 3

Course Title: RESPONDING TO GOD`S CALL BY BECOMING FULLY HUMAN
Course Code TH121E
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is second in the series of the “Faith Journey towards Social Transformation.” Using the methodology of “see-discern-act/pray,” the course deals with what it means to be truly and fully human from a Christian perspective. This is our way of responding to the invitation of God- in-Jesus whose Spirit is ever-present and active in the world, as we have seen in Theology I. In particular, the course focuses on virtues or good habits in our personal and social living from the Christian understanding of the human person. The course tackles themes like “creation,” the human as image of God, “body and soul” , “male and female,” “freedom, grace and sin,” “the individual and the community,” “suffering and the goodness of God,” and “ultimate destiny.” As disciples of Jesus of Nazareth the virtuous person, and with St. Vincent de Paul as inspiration for a virtuous life, a special feature of this course is the retrieval and revitalization of Filipino and Asian virtues as resources for becoming good persons who are rooted in our cultures and socially involved in our communities. (Prerequisite: TH111E “Searching for God”; course equivalent in the 2008 curriculum – “Moral Theology with Social Teachings of the Church”)

PI311B - RETORIKA Credits: 3

Course Title: RETORIKA
Course Code PI311B
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa masining na pagpapahayag gamit ang wikang Filipino batay sa iba’t ibang diskurso. Bibigyang-pansin ang kahusayan ng mga mag-aaral sa pasulat at pasalita hinggil sa mga paksang pampersonal, panlipunan, pambansa at global na komunidad alinsunod sa mabuting gawa ni San Vicente de Paul.

HI311 - RIZAL'S LIFE & WORKS Credits: 3

Course Title: RIZAL'S LIFE & WORKS
Course Code HI311
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course would discuss the life of Jose Rizal from his early childhood period until his death this would include his 2 novels and his other works. The course aims to show how Rizal influences students to be as patriotic as our hero and to make Rizal as our symbol of pride and a role model in life.

TH111E - SEARCHING FOR GOD IN THE WORLD TODAY Credits: 3

Course Title: SEARCHING FOR GOD IN THE WORLD TODAY
Course Code TH111E
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The series of courses on “Faith Journey Towards Social Transformation”, using the methodology of “see-discern-act/pray”, begins with this course – “Searching for God in the World Today.” This course elaborates, first, the Christian theme of “Revelation” as the active presence of God in and through human experiences and who continually offers fullness of life and love (“salvation). The quest for God in the ordinary, everyday life and historical, social events is testified and narrated in the Hebrew and Christian Bible. The nucleus of God’s story with humanity and the whole creation is Jesus of Nazareth, who Christians profess, is the definitive and unique bearer of God’s offer of fullness of life. Through his proclamation of “the reign or Kingdom of God” in words and deeds, Jesus showed God’s unconditional love and commitment, especially to the “least, the last, and the lost.” This course also introduces the patron saint of Adamson University – St. Vincent de Paul; he discovered the face of God-in-Jesus among the poor and marginalized people. In the process of this course, we are invited to be mindful of God’s presence in our own lives, the lives of other people and of the community of seekers of faith. (course equivalent in the 2008 curriculum – “Jesus Fullness of Divine Revelation”)

PI111 - SINING NG PAKIKIPAGTALASTASAN Credits: 3

Course Title: SINING NG PAKIKIPAGTALASTASAN
Course Code PI111
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa interaktibong pag-aaral sa paggamit ng wikang Filipino sa iba’t ibang larangan tungo sa mataas na antas ng komunikasyon at kritikal na pagdidiskurso. Lilinangin ang apat na makrong kasanayan: pakikinig, pagsasalita, pagbasa at pagsulat gamit ang wikang Filipino bilang midyum ng tekstong gagamitin, pagpapahayag, pag-unawa at pagkilala sa kulturang Filipino alinsunod sa katuruan at gawa ni San Vicente de Paul.

SO311A - SOCIETY & CULTURE W/ FP POP ED Credits: 3

Course Title: SOCIETY & CULTURE W/ FP POP ED
Course Code SO311A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is an in-depth inquiry in the field of sociology. This is an attempt to understand and explain social behavior and the results of these interactions brought about by group life. Moreover, it includes the study of relevant sociological concepts in the analysis of the nature, processes and problems of the contemporary Philippine society and social change. Furthermore, population education and family planning will also be discussed to understand social issues and problems.

TH221E - TRANSFORMING THE WORLD WITH VINCENT DE PAUL Credits: 3

Course Title: TRANSFORMING THE WORLD WITH VINCENT DE PAUL
Course Code TH221E
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course is the last in the series of the “Faith Journey towards Social Transformation”. “Transforming the World with Vincent de Paul” is designed within the context whereby people face new challenges brought about by scientific and technological advancements, along with the issues and problems that these bring to persons, families, communities and societies. As we cannot put new wine into old wineskins, we need new perspectives and approaches to new challenges. These new ways of understanding and new solutions must still be grounded in the values of the Reign of God that Jesus Christ proclaimed, guided by the social tradition of the Catholic Church, and most especially in the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul who promoted what we may call today “systemic change”. Social concerns include globalization and cultures, migration or contemporary human mobility, computer-mediated communications, governance, health and wellness, and the ecological system. Distinct from other courses in the university that teach philosophy-based ethics, this course offers the theological ethical social foundations and principles, particularly the option for the poor and the margins, towards a networked world embraced with charity and justice. (Prerequisites: TH111C “Searching for God”, TH121C “Responding to God’s Call”, and TH211C “Celebrating God’s Presence”; course equivalent in the 2008 curriculum – “Vincentian Studies”)

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