ACADEMIC PROGRAMS


Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Communication as a field of study covers the various ways by which humans communicate. It focuses on how verbal and non-verbal messages are used to create meanings in different contexts using diverse media platforms. It includes a broad range of subject matter rangin...

Communication as a field of study covers the various ways by which humans communicate. It focuses on how verbal and non-verbal messages are used to create meanings in different contexts using diverse media platforms. It includes a broad range of subject matter ranging from the study of communication in interpersonal relationships, groups, organizations, and cultures.

This program aims to equip students with knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of communication applicable in various professions and context, with focus on the media professions.

Bachelor of Arts in English Language
This course explains the nature and essential features of language. It provides an overview of the phonological system, morphological system, syntactic system, and semantic system of the English language. It gives an introduction to discourse as well as language acqu...

This course explains the nature and essential features of language. It provides an overview of the phonological system, morphological system, syntactic system, and semantic system of the English language. It gives an introduction to discourse as well as language acquisition and language change.

Bachelor of Library and Information Science
The BLIS program is the study of the development, deployment, and management of information resources in print, non-print, electronic and digital formats and services. Graduates of this program are being prepared to apply information technology to basic library operat...

The BLIS program is the study of the development, deployment, and management of information resources in print, non-print, electronic and digital formats and services. Graduates of this program are being prepared to apply information technology to basic library operations and functions. Moreover, they are trained to harness a range of bibliographical and online tools to support teaching, research, and other services.

Graduates of this program are likewise expected to systematically organize, conserve, preserve and restore information objects (e.g., realia, museum pieces), historical and cultural documents (e.g., artifacts, archival, documents, indigenous knowledge), and other intellectual properties (creative ideas and works by individuals and groups)

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
The course is basically an introduction to the subfield of political theory. It aims to examine how the political thinkers from western antiquity to early modern era focusing on their complex concepts, approaches, claims, issues, and nuances have structured the contem...

The course is basically an introduction to the subfield of political theory. It aims to examine how the political thinkers from western antiquity to early modern era focusing on their complex concepts, approaches, claims, issues, and nuances have structured the contemporary framing of and debates on the “political.” The discussions in this course are structured to allow students to have a basic and critical understanding of the various issues and controversies that are discussed by political thinkers today.

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. In general, the emphasis is on the individual person and how the person’s mental processes and behavior are affected by internal, relational and social factors. Psychology as a discipline and profe...

Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. In general, the emphasis is on the individual person and how the person’s mental processes and behavior are affected by internal, relational and social factors. Psychology as a discipline and professional practice contributes to national development through basic and applied research and interventions aimed at solving problems and promoting optimal development and functioning at the individual, family, group, organizations/institutions, community, and national levels. The undergraduate programs in psychology provide initial training for those interested in teaching, research and the practice of psychology. Furthermore, they provide preparation for graduate studies in psychology as well as further studies in psychology as well as further studies in other professions such as medicine, law, and business management.