1. Master of Science in Nursing
    Master of Science in Nursing is a 39-unit non-thesis program designed to educate professional nurses for advanced practice in nursing either as clinical nurse specialists, nurse managers, adult nurse practitioners, family nurse practitioners or psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners. The curriculum has, as a basis, the integration of nursing science, concepts and theories from related disciplines, along with practice and research.

  2. Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is a four-year program designed to prepare a nurse to render professional nursing care to individuals, families, and groups in any setting at any stage of the health-illness continuum. The curriculum is competency-and-problem-based where the basic concepts in Nursing and the roles and responsibilities the students are expected to assume after graduation are considered.

  3. Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy
    Physical Therapy is a five-year academic program of studies for an allied medical profession whose main purpose is the promotion of optimal health and function by providing services that develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability, relieve musculoskeletal pain and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or diseases. Physical Therapy includes the art and science of evaluation and treatment by means of therapeutic exercise, heat, cold, light, water, manual manipulation, electricity and other physical agent for the care of individuals whose ability to function is impaired or threatened by disease or injury.

  4. Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology
    Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology is a four-year course designed to provide students the necessary knowledge, skills and desirable attitude to work in the field of laboratory medicine. A graduate of medical technology course is a partner of the physician in diagnosing patients' illnesses through accurate results of laboratory analyses of specimens like blood, urine and other body fluids.

  5. Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy
    The Respiratory Therapy program is a sequential treatment beginning from the management of patients with non-critical conditions progressing to patients with critical and life-threatening conditions. This four-year course prepares the student to practice respiratory care in acute, critical and home health care settings. The population groups range from neonatal to the elderly.

  6. Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
    Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology is a four-year health-related course that provides the country with X-ray/radiologic technologists who are professionally trained in the application of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation such as conventional radiography, computed tomography scan, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, ultrasonography and radiation therapy for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.

    There is also a three-year course called the Associate in Radiologic Technology which prepares students for entry-level positions in the profession. Specifically, it provides students with adequate knowledge and skills in the use of ionizing radiation for diagnostic purposes particularly radiographic procedures, equipment operation, image production and evaluation, radiation and patient care.

  7. Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
    Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy is a four-year program designed to cover the art and science of biological agents used as drugs for the prevention, diagnosis, cure and treatment of diseases of man and animals. The study of pharmacy is found on the identification, discovery, isolation synthesis, and formulation of biologically active compounds for clinical use. Students are taught to be experts not only on drug information but also on drug use.

  8. Diploma in Midwifery
    Diploma in Midwifery is a two-year program, which prepares students for entry-level midwifery competencies such as maternal and child care, primary health care services in the community and provision of life saving measures. Graduates of this program are qualified to take the licensure Examination for Midwives and can further pursue a baccalaureate degree in
  9. Bachelor of Science in Midwifery.

  10. Health Care Services NC II (formerly Nursing Aide)
    HCS NC II is a one-year program consisting of General Education and Professional subjects based on promulgated TESDA Training Regulations, which allows credit transfer to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). It includes clinical practicum in private and government hospitals and other health care institutions. The program prepares students to be competent and qualified to take the National Competency Assessment and be granted the qualification of National Certificate (NC) II.

  11. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Major in Operations Management
    This course instructs students on how manufacturing and service operations contribute to organizational strategy. Topics discussed in this course include product and process strategy, capacity, planning, location and layout strategies, supply-chain management, aggregate planning and scheduling.

  12. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Major in Human Resources Development Management
    This course examines the role of the human resource professional as a strategic partner in managing today's organizations. Key functions such as recruitment, selection, development, appraisal, retention, compensation and labor relations are studied.

  13. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Major in Marketing Management

  14. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Major in Financial Management

  15. Basic and Secondary Education
    K to 12 Basic Education Program

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