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A.B. PHILOSOPHY

A.B. PHILOSOPHY
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
6801 PY211 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3
4405 HI312 PHILIPPINE HISTORY 3
4710 PE111 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 2
5312 NSTP1 NSTP 1 3
Electives :
5308 CWT111 CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING SERVICE
5302 CT111A CMT1
5309 LTS111 FUNC'L LIT. & NUMERACY EDUC 1
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
4505 HU311 ART APPRECIATION 3
5008 SO311A SOCIETY & CULTURE W/ FP POP ED 3
4101 EC121 BASIC ECONOMICS WITH LRT 3
6905 NS121 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 3
4316 EN127E SPEECH & ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 4372
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
080047 PH100 PHILOSOPHY ELECTIVE 1-2 3
Electives :
080038EC131 ELECTIVE 1 -BASIC MICROECONOMICS
080039EC132 ELECTIVE 1 - HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
080040EC133 ELECTIVE 1 -LABOR ECONOMICS
200197ED131 ELECTIVE 1- FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 1
200198ED132 ELECTIVE 1- ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING
200199ED133 ELECTIVE 1- EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY
080051 PH100 PHILOSOPHY ELECTIVE 1-3 3
Electives :
080038EC131 ELECTIVE 1 -BASIC MICROECONOMICS
080039EC132 ELECTIVE 1 - HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
080040EC133 ELECTIVE 1 -LABOR ECONOMICS
200197ED131 ELECTIVE 1- FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 1
200198ED132 ELECTIVE 1- ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING
200199ED133 ELECTIVE 1- EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY
080050 PH100 PHILOSOPHY ELECTIVE 1-1 3
Electives :
200197ED131 ELECTIVE 1- FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 1
200198ED132 ELECTIVE 1- ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING
200199ED133 ELECTIVE 1- EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY
080038EC131 ELECTIVE 1 -BASIC MICROECONOMICS
080039EC132 ELECTIVE 1 - HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
080040EC133 ELECTIVE 1 -LABOR ECONOMICS
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 600001, 600002
9868 CS111 COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LEC 2
9869 CS111L COMPUTER LITERACY 1 LAB 1
4814 PI311A PAGBASA AT PAGSULAT SA DIS 3 4801
080016 EC422 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3 4101
4328 EN311A PHILIPPINE LITERATURE 3 4374, 4374
4329 EN312 ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE 3 4374, 4374
6660 MH217B BASIC STATISTICS 3 6601
4712 PE211 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 2 4711
Total Units : 23
Second Year, 2nd Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
080022 HI318 WORLD HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION 3 4405
600004 TH221E TRANSFORMING THE WORLD WITH VINCENT DE PAUL 3 600001, 600002, 600003
9888 CS111A COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LEC 2 9868
9889 CS111AL COMPUTER LITERACY 2 LAB 1 9869
4403 HI311 RIZAL'S LIFE & WORKS 3
4387 EN314 WORLD LITERATURE 3 4328
080036 PH222 METHODS OF RESEARCH AND EVALUATION 3
4910 PS221B POLITICS & GOVERNANCE WITH PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION 3
4713 PE221 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 2 4712
Total Units : 23
Second Year, Summer
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
080063 PH200 PHILOSOPHY ELECTIVE 2-2 3
Electives :
080041EC231 ELECTIVE 2 - BASIC MACROECONOMICS
080042EC232 ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
080043EC233 ELECTIVE 2 - ECO OF MONEY, BNKNG & FINANCE
200200ED231 ELECTIVE 2 - FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 2
200201ED232 ELECTIVE 2 - SOCIAL DIMENSION
200202ED325 ELECTIVE 2 - MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION
080064 PH200 PHILOSOPHY ELECTIVE 2-3 3
Electives :
080041EC231 ELECTIVE 2 - BASIC MACROECONOMICS
080042EC232 ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
080043EC233 ELECTIVE 2 - ECO OF MONEY, BNKNG & FINANCE
200200ED231 ELECTIVE 2 - FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 2
200201ED232 ELECTIVE 2 - SOCIAL DIMENSION
200202ED325 ELECTIVE 2 - MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION
080058 PH200 PHILOSOPHY ELECTIVE 2-1 3
Electives :
080041EC231 ELECTIVE 2 - BASIC MACROECONOMICS
200202ED325 ELECTIVE 2 - MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION
080043EC233 ELECTIVE 2 - ECO OF MONEY, BNKNG & FINANCE
200200ED231 ELECTIVE 2 - FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 2
200201ED232 ELECTIVE 2 - SOCIAL DIMENSION
080042EC232 ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Total Units : 9
Third Year, 1st Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
080037 PH313 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY STUDIES 3
4601 PH111 LOGIC 3
4670 PH125 PHILOSOPHY OF THE HUMAN PERSON 3
4609 PH211 GENERAL ETHICS 3
4669 PH412C ANCIENT & MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY 3
080054 PH410B LATIN 1 3
Total Units : 18
Third Year, 2nd Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
4613 PH321 METAPHYSICS 3 080037
4617 PH323 SOCIAL ETHICS 3 080037
4650 PH432 PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE 3 080037
080052 PH324 MODERN & CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY 3 080037
080053 PH325 EPISTEMOLOGY 3 080037
4654 PH410A LATIN 2 3 080054
Total Units : 18
Fourth Year, 1st Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
4611 PH311 PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE 3 080037
4629 PH422 PHENOMENOLOGY & EXISTENTIALISM 3 080037
4620 PH420 HERMENEUTICS 3 080037
4628 PH426A PHILOSOPHY OF GOD & RELIGION 3 080037
4674 PH417 THESIS WRITING 1 3 080037, 080036
Total Units : 15
Fourth Year, 2nd Semester
Subj No. Subj Code Description Units Pre-requisites Co-requisites
4632 PH110 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 3 080037
4665 PH417A THESIS WRITING 2 3 4674
4625 PH413 ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY 3 080037
4642 PH326 SOCIAL CRITICAL THEORY 3 080037
4640 PH424 STRUCTURALISM & POSTMODERN 3 080037
Total Units : 15

Professional Course Subjects


PH412C - ANCIENT & MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY Credits: 3

Course Title: ANCIENT & MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
Course Code PH412C
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course discusses the first two major strands of the four main subdivisions in philosophy’s historical development, the first part deals with the emergence and early development of philosophical discourses from the early Greeks to Aristotle and the Later Greek schools. The second part covers the Patristic philosophies to the scholastic period.

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.

ED132 - ELECTIVE - ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE - ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING
Course Code ED132
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course focuses on the development and utilization of assessment tools to improve the teaching-learning process. It emphasizes the use testing for measuring knowledge, comprehension and other thinking skills. It allows the students to go through the standard steps in test construction for quality assessment.

ED133 - ELECTIVE - EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE - EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY
Course Code ED133
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course will examine the relationships between education and society by reviewing a variety of theoretical perspectives and empirical studies. Topics include social mobility and stratification; social reproduction; the dynamics of race, class, and gender in education; social capital; the student teacher relationship; teaching as a profession; school choice; and higher education.

ED231 - ELECTIVE - FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 2 Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE - FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 2
Course Code ED231
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course examines the historical and philosophical foundations of the Philippine educational system. Current trends in education will be reviewed and evaluated. Issues affecting the role of the teacher, incluTding school governance and finance, legal foundations, social influences, and educational reform will be explored.

ED325 - ELECTIVE - MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE - MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION
Course Code ED325
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to provide students with significant background in the selection, application and development of educational tests and measurements. Moreover, it also reviews concepts and principles of measurement with emphasis on descriptive statistics, basic measurement terminology, and procedures in developing classroom assessment tools. Thus, they will have the opportunity to develop, analyze, and critique a classroom test.

ED232 - ELECTIVE - SOCIAL DIMENSION Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE - SOCIAL DIMENSION
Course Code ED232
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course is an introduction to social science (economic, socio-cultural, political, geographical and environmental processes) theory and research as they relate to education and to understanding of the four pillars of learning, which are fundamental in making critical and logical decision as an active member of the society and as global citizens. It is also aims to enhance critical understanding and responding to the transformations in education, work, and culture brought about by globalization in order to respond to the present needs in relation to the different social sciences theories.

EC132 - ELECTIVE 1 - HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE 1 - HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
Course Code EC132
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.

EC131 - ELECTIVE 1 -BASIC MICROECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE 1 -BASIC MICROECONOMICS
Course Code EC131
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

EC133 - ELECTIVE 1 -LABOR ECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE 1 -LABOR ECONOMICS
Course Code EC133
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.

EC231 - ELECTIVE 2 - BASIC MACROECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE 2 - BASIC MACROECONOMICS
Course Code EC231
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.

EC233 - ELECTIVE 2 - ECO OF MONEY, BNKNG & FINANCE Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE 2 - ECO OF MONEY, BNKNG & FINANCE
Course Code EC233
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This is a course in Money, Banking and Financial Markets. The course will introduce students to monetary and financial institutions and how monetary policy influences interest rates and asset markets, such as the bond market and the stock market. This shall also include the effects of asymmetric information in corporate finance, as well as the design of financial contracts and the analysis of financial intermediation and the role of banks in the economic system. Finally, it shall deal with the economic rationale behind banking regulation and the importance of monetary policy. The subject will also tackle the role of fiscal Policy (spending and taxation) in influencing the economy.

EC232 - ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE 2 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Course Code EC232
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.

PH325 - EPISTEMOLOGY Credits: 3

Course Title: EPISTEMOLOGY
Course Code PH325
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is an introduction to the theory of knowledge, looking into the problems and debates regarding the sources, nature and validation of knowledge. Topics include the analysis of knowledge, a priori knowledge, immediate perceptual justification, foundational vs. coherence views, internalism vs. externalism, naturalized epistemology, and skepticism.

PH420 - HERMENEUTICS Credits: 3

Course Title: HERMENEUTICS
Course Code PH420
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course studies the different theories of interpretation from its ancient and medieval roots in biblical exegesis to its modern and contemporary developments in the proposals of Schleiermacher, Dilthey, Gadamer, Ricoeur, and others. It also explores how hermeneutics is applied in various contemporary fields with special attention to its repercussions in theological disciplines.

PH313 - INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY STUDIES Credits: 3

Course Title: INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY STUDIES
Course Code PH313
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course introduces the students to different philosophers and their thoughts. This allows the students to get a glimpse of the respective themes in the various branches of philosophy as well as the works of philosophers.

PH321 - METAPHYSICS Credits: 3

Course Title: METAPHYSICS
Course Code PH321
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course deals with the foundational question of ‘being’ as ultimate reality, its existence/non-existence, our experience of it and the conditions of its possibility. It critically explores different theories from ancient, medieval, modern, and contemporary writers with special attention to paradigms closely appropriated by Christian discourse.

PH324 - MODERN & CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY Credits: 3

Course Title: MODERN & CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY
Course Code PH324
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is a critical survey on the philosophical thoughts, theories, and movements developed from the 16th century until the contemporary times. The first part starts with Descartes’ search for ultimate foundations, the modern rationalist-empiricist debates and ends with Kant’s great synthesis. The second part will show the achievements, promises and limits of these modern paradigms, establishing their repercussions into different philosophical movements in contemporary times.

PH413 - ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY Credits: 3

Course Title: ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY
Course Code PH413
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course provides a cursory examination of the philosophies of ancient Oriental civilizations (Hebrews, Chaldeans, Egyptians, Assyrians, Chinese, Persians,etc.) as well as the contemporary Eastern religions and cultures (Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Shintoism, etc.). It also critically explores some contemporary works on Filipino philosophies.

PH422 - PHENOMENOLOGY & EXISTENTIALISM Credits: 3

Course Title: PHENOMENOLOGY & EXISTENTIALISM
Course Code PH422
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is a study of two closely related movements in 20th century European philosophy: phenomenology and existentialism. Both movements address philosophical issues such as knowing, existence and meaning. Phenomenology focuses on the richness and complexity of the phenomena in human experience and Existentialism on the challenge of making proper decisions when confronted with an indeterminate future. This study showcases the works of and about philosophers such as Husserl, Heidegger, Kierkegaard and Nietzsche etc.

PH426A - PHILOSOPHY OF GOD & RELIGION Credits: 3

Course Title: PHILOSOPHY OF GOD & RELIGION
Course Code PH426A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course aims to explore theories of religious belief, the nature of religious experiences, the meaning of religious claims, the existence (or non-existence) of God(s) and the different ways in which these themes are discussed and evaluated in the history of thought and civilizations.

PH311 - PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE Credits: 3

Course Title: PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE
Course Code PH311
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course takes a look at the historical-philosophical account of the origin of the cosmos from the ancient creation stories and world views to the grand unified theory of the contemporary thinkers and scientists. It covers the whole spectrum of cosmological paradigms from the Greek conceptions of creation, namely that of Plato and Aristotle, to the string theory model of creation. Part of the course is also a reflective analysis of the relationship between science and faith.

PH110 - PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE Credits: 3

Course Title: PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
Course Code PH110
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course deals with the nature and differing theories of "scientific method" and the validity of scientific reasoning from its ancient-medieval conceptions to its contemporary developments in the writings of Wittgenstein, Popper, Quine, Kuhn, Lakatos, Feyerabend and others.

PH432 - PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE Credits: 3

Course Title: PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
Course Code PH432
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course explores the problematic, foundational assumptions and methods of the social sciences as propounded by the leading theorists in the anthropological, sociological, economic and political fields. The first part deals with the classical sources while the second part explores different methodologies of the contemporary thinkers.

PH326 - SOCIAL CRITICAL THEORY Credits: 3

Course Title: SOCIAL CRITICAL THEORY
Course Code PH326
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course focuses on effective critiques of contemporary society from the perspective of the recent thinking of Marxist thought from the Frankfurt School to literary criticism, cultural studies, and postcolonial theory. It aims to develop one’s critical consciousness of the social world as inseparable from its historical and socio-historical locations as it also explores different perspectives of effectively changing such societies.

PH323 - SOCIAL ETHICS Credits: 3

Course Title: SOCIAL ETHICS
Course Code PH323
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to develop and improve the students’ ethical reasoning. It also assesses arguments and appreciates significant ethical positions. Furthermore, this course makes a historico-critical examination of some practical ethical issues and moral questions about life, sex, social justice, business and environment with serious consideration in the changing time and context.

PH424 - STRUCTURALISM & POSTMODERN Credits: 3

Course Title: STRUCTURALISM & POSTMODERN
Course Code PH424
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course traces structuralisms roots in linguistics, psychoanalysis, anthropology, philosophy, and the subsequent post-structuralist criticisms in the works of Barthes, Lacan, Foucault, Derrida, and others. It also deals with its postmodern repercussions in different disciplines like feminism, literary criticism, cultural studies, and sociological-anthropological sciences and theology.

PH417 - THESIS WRITING 1 Credits: 3

Course Title: THESIS WRITING 1
Course Code PH417
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Philosophy Research 1 is an actual writing of Chapter 1,2,& 3. The course consists of discussion of introduction and concepts of research, background, related literature and research methodology. The course culminates with the proposal 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 Philosophy theories, concepts and principles.

PH417A - THESIS WRITING 2 Credits: 3

Course Title: THESIS WRITING 2
Course Code PH417A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Philosophy Research Writing is the follow-up course on Economics of Research Methods, Techniques. The course consists of actual writing of the thesis. Therefore, it focuses on the provision of individualized consultation for the final presentation 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 Philosophy theories, concepts and principles.

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.

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.

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.

ED131 - ELECTIVE- FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 1 Credits: 3

Course Title: ELECTIVE- FOUNDATION OF EDUCATION 1
Course Code ED131
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.

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.

PH410B - LATIN 1 Credits: 3

Course Title: LATIN 1
Course Code PH410B
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course is designed to provide students on the discussion of Roman history, culture, and the relevance of ancient thought and history to our time Moreover, it also focuses on mastering essentials of Latin grammar as well as development of facility in reading and translating Latin. Furthermore, translation of English sentences into Latin is also included. Lastly, the object of the course is communication: the ancient writer to the student, student to student, and student to instructor.

PH410A - LATIN 2 Credits: 3

Course Title: LATIN 2
Course Code PH410A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course is designed to provide students advance discussion on Latin. Moreover, it also focuses on the mastery Latin as medium of communication. Furthermore, students will be able to construct passages and writings with the use of Latin.

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.

PH222 - METHODS OF RESEARCH AND EVALUATION Credits: 3

Course Title: METHODS OF RESEARCH AND EVALUATION
Course Code PH222
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course aims to orient the students to contemporary methods of research in philosophy. It seeks to teach them the principles, skills and techniques necessary to plan and conduct research in view of writing a BA thesis in philosophy. This is a tutorial-seminar course that concludes in the writing and defense of a BA thesis proposal.

PI311A - PAGBASA AT PAGSULAT SA DIS Credits: 3

Course Title: PAGBASA AT PAGSULAT SA DIS
Course Code PI311A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa makrong kasanayan ng pagbasa at pagsulat. Bibigyang-pansin ang kasanayan sa pag-unawa ng iba’t ibang teksto tungo sa kritikal at makabuluhang pananaliksik na magsisilbing daan sa pagpapaunlad at paglinang sa kakayahang komunikatibo.

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.

EN311A - PHILIPPINE LITERATURE Credits: 3

Course Title: PHILIPPINE LITERATURE
Course Code EN311A
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to develop literary appreciation and competence in literature as provided with aesthetic experience of literary genres: short story, poetry, essay, and drama. This course emphasizes primarily the appreciation of Philippine literature, but which significantly serves as a vehicle to achieve the necessary competence in literature. In this manner, the students will realize the value of Philippine literature as a work of art which enhances their life and satisfies their aesthetics. Moreover, the students will consider literature as a representational work of art which best exemplifies and expresses the emotions in every slice of Filipino life in the most poignant manner.

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.

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”)

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.

EN127E - SPEECH & ORAL COMMUNICATION Credits: 3

Course Title: SPEECH & ORAL COMMUNICATION
Course Code EN127E
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course deals with the production of sounds of American English language, stress, intonation, voice control and projection. It provides pronunciation drills to correct students’ regional defects and other faulty speaking habits which impede their expression of thoughts. The course further intends to strengthen the communication skills of students through various classroom speaking activities.

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”)

HI318 - WORLD HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION Credits: 3

Course Title: WORLD HISTORY AND CIVILIZATION
Course Code HI318
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description The course discusses about the history of the world from the period of the Stone ages to the Ancient civilization, the medieval period, the Renaissance, the age of Enlightenment, the Industrial revolution, period of liberal ideas and colonial revolution, until the two world wars till the computer age.

EN314 - WORLD LITERATURE Credits: 3

Course Title: WORLD LITERATURE
Course Code EN314
Credit Units 3 Unit/s
Prerequisite
Course Description This course is designed to provide a survey of literary pieces by 20th century writers. It focuses on aesthetics and cultural issues in literary texts. It aims to develop in the readers’ appreciation for literature as art / artifact and as a socially-significant cultural discourse.

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