Program Objectives

  • understands and internalizes the Lasallian Principles of Education;
  • manifests commitment to personal, professional and spiritual growth;
  • has the ability to guide young people to lead good lives, learn essential concepts and acquire desirable abilities and attitudes needed in the development of our nation; and
  • demonstrates proficiency in all subject areas, especially in the professional and major courses.

Undergraduate Programs

  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
    • Major in:
      • General Education

        The Bachelor of Elementary Education major in General Education aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required for teaching and working with children in elementary level.

      • Special Education

        The Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Special Education is a four-year licensure degree program designed to prepare teaching candidates to educate students with learning disabilities, emotional/behavior disorders and the gifted in a variety of classroom settings from pre-school to high school. It also prepares students to teach all basic school subjects in the elementary grades. Course work and practicum experiences focus upon classroom and behavior management teaching principles and methodologies, and development of teaching materials for children and youth with special needs.

      • Early Childhood Education

        The Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Early Childhood Education aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required for teaching and working with children in the preschool level.

  • Bachelor of Secondary Education
    • Major in:
      • English

        The Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English aims to equip students with concepts, skills, and Lasallian values needed to teach listening, speaking, reading and writing in Language and Literature.

      • Mathematics

        The Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics aims to equip future Lasallian teachers the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude in teaching Mathematics in the basic education. The program also includes courses that prepare them for learning higher Mathematics to meet the demands of global realities.

      • Music , Arts, Physical Education & Health (MAPEH)

        The Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) aims to equip future Lasallian “Movement Educators” with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude in teaching MAPEH in basic secondary education. The program also includes courses that will enhance their knowledge for learning advanced skills in MAPEH to meet the demands of the society, with emphasis on the newer concept, “education through physical.”

      • Physical Science

        The Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Physical Science is a program designed to produce high school teachers equipped with the basic concepts and laboratory skills in Chemistry and Physics. The program also includes important concepts in Biology and Earth Science for the wholistic conceptual skills and development of the students.

      • Social Studies

        The Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Social Studies is a program that prepares students for licensure as teachers of Social Studies subjects primarily in secondary level and possibly in elementary level as preferred by some private educational institutions seeking teachers who are specialized in Social Studies subjects.

Graduate Programs

  • Diploma in:
    • Early Childhood Education
  • Master of Arts in Education
    • Major in:
      • Chemistry
      • Early Childhood Education
      • Educational Leadership
      • English Language
      • Marriage and Family
      • Mathematics
      • Natural Sciences
      • Special Education
  • Master of Arts in Teaching
    • Major in:
      • Filipino
      • General Science
      • Language and Literature
      • Mathematics
      • Music , Arts, Physical Education & Health (MAPEH)
      • Reading, Language and Literature
      • Social Studies
      • Technology and Home Economics
      • Values Education
  • Doctor in Philosophy
    • Applied Linguistics
    • Educational Leadership
    • Mathematics Educational