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College of Arts and Sciences
Courses Offered:

Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

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Contact Numbers: (049) 511-8747 / (049) 511-9011
Local: 3009


Pedrito Jose Bermudo, Ph. D.
Dean - College of Arts
and Sciences

UPHSL Places 8th in the 2016 Psychometrician Board Exam
Date Posted: November 22, 2016

The 8th placer in the recently-concluded 2016 licensure examination for psychometricians is our alumna Mariz Chloie April A. Magayanes Magayanes, Magna Cum Laude of her batch, Magayanes obtained 84% rating in the board exam which was held last August 30-31, 2016 administered by the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC). Out of 3,690 board passers, seventeen other alumni were also able to pass. They are: Nikki Jane A. Damian, Datima D. De Sena, Marjorie B. Enriquez, Abbey Claire U. Gesmundo, Jhonalyn Z. Lacampuenga, Sweet Erika Mae M. Laylo, Grace C. Marfori, Ma. Elelyn R. Maglaque, Pamela Rose A. Mendoza, Jeff Lester Neil M. Narvas, Marisse V. Pepito, Kathrene Joyce P. Raflores, Kim Abraham D. Ramos, Louise Franceska Roa, Lyra Angelica S. Sarmiento, Catherine Mae B. Sune and Marivin P. Thelmo.



Four Alumni Pass the Psychometrician Board Exams
Date Posted: November 20, 2015

Four alumni from Class 2015 passed the Psychometrician Licensure Examination. They are Helga Marie Cabarle, Marienel Taganas, Justin Bernard Gonzales and Nicole Joy Cartas who were the second batch who took the board exam which was first given in 2014 when only one Perpetual alumnus, Pearl Ulep, successfully hurdled it.

Justin Bernard Gonzales, Nicole Joy Cartas, Helga Marie Cabarle and Marienel Taganas after the Oath taking ceremony at PICC Reception Hall.



Brief History

            The College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) of the University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna (UPHSL) is tasked with the delivery of first-rate tertiary instruction in courses related to Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, such as Political Science, Psychology, and Communication. Likewise, the CAS is a servicing College, providing General Education courses to other colleges of the UPHSL

            The College of Arts & Sciences stands witness to the phenomenal growth of the University from a College (i.e. Perpetual Help College of Laguna) when it opened in School Year 1976-1977 with a total of 89 high school freshmen and sophomores and 37 college students in the Arts & Sciences, Nursing, Commerce, and Secretarial courses.

Vision

The College of Arts & Sciences is an educational organization that serves as a creative catalyst of change in the formation of values-oriented, socially and intellectually balanced graduates who can emancipate themselves and their fellowmen, by developing the ability to think critically and upholding useful knowledge and skills for globally-oriented citizenry.

Mission

The College of Arts & Sciences is designed to produce dynamic graduates who are physically, intellectually, socially, and spiritually committed to the achievement of the best quality of life. It pursues the overriding philosophy of streamlining its offerings to promote the socio-economic conditions of the clientele it serves, aiming at the total development of the individual so he could be of meaningful service to the mission of the institution.

The three-pronged Objectives of the College are to develop among the students their latent potentials, critical thinking, communication skills, physical well-being; to prepare the students for the advancement into their major fields of specialization to become outstanding professionals, responsible members of the society, effective and truthful leaders of the country; and to attain the highest quality of life.

Program Educational Objectives
and Program Outcomes

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Program Vision

A program of erudition based on the scientific exploration of life that enhances personal well-being, promotes integrity, and upholds human dignity.

Program Mission

A program that edifies and grooms future globally competent psychologist, human resource specialists and practitioners.

Program Educational Objectives

The AB Psychology program shall produce graduates who can/are:

  1. rooted in the field of research, psychometrics, human resources and counseling;
  2. equipped with globally relevant and holistic professional know-how and moral integrity;
  3. an epitome of well balanced ideals and proper mental set in the service of humanity and of God;
  4. adroit in discerning, analyzing and interpreting behaviors and actuations;
  5. instill learned and experienced values and skills in mentoring, training, counseling and reaching out to clients and the community;
  6. demonstrate proficiency in organization communication for effective human relations; and
  7. recognize the importance of continuing educational opportunities for the improvement of their profession and service to humanity.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of AB Psychology program are expected to be able to:

  1. demonstrate an understanding of theories, principles, concepts, and skills in psychology;
  2. develop and sustain arguments about established principles in psychology;
  3. critically evaluate the established principles in psychology
  4. comprehend and evaluate new information related to psychology that may be presented in various forms and from various sources;
  5. understand and explain the main methods of inquiry in psychology;
  6. critically evaluate the appropriateness of different approaches to problem solving in the field;
  7. demonstrate knowledge of methods in psychological inquiry to make adjustments and create approaches to solving problems in an applied or an employment context;
  8. correctly apply the theories, principles, concepts and skills in psychology in anemployment context;
  9. undertake research using the knowledge and skills in psychology, and communicate the research results to both specialist and non-specialist audiences;
  10. demonstrate understanding of the ethical dimensions of the use of psychological theories and methods; and
  11. undertake further training for developing existing skills and acquiring higher level competencies either through formal graduate education or in an employment context.

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Program Vision

An agent for mastering fundamental political concepts, theories and skills that will enable students to make meaningful contributions to society.

Program Mission

A program that prepares students with the educational experiences and environment necessary to attain competency in the       discipline of political science

Program Educational Objectives

The AB Political Science program shall produce graduates who can/are:

  1. exhibit a well-rounded knowledge and skills in political analysis
  2. lead others in community organizations and governance;
  3. conduct researches as part of their professional work as leaders and/or civil servants;
  4. actuate the Perpetualite value of being a Helper of God in the service of their fellowmen;
  5. actualize the Christian virtues in the quest for the best quality of life;
  6. demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relations; and
  7. value continuing educational opportunities for the improvement of their profession and service to humanity.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of AB Political Science program are expected to be able to:

  1. understand the major concepts of the discipline;
  2. possess a thorough knowledge of political science, its various sub-disciplines, major themes, and analytical techniques as well as basic analytical techniques from other relevant disciplines;
  3. demonstrate a well-developed ability to conduct their own scholarly inquiries using established quantitative and qualitative methods guided by a theory-based or conceptual framework;
  4. exhibit written, visual and oral presentation skills to produce or present analytical reports;
  5. demonstrate a substantive understanding of the historical and contemporary developments in the national and global setting; and
  6. manifest a predisposition towards political involvement or participation in any form.

Bachelor of Arts in Communication

Program Vision

A center for developing ethical communication specialists, researchers, and innovative leaders for all types of mass communications
           
Program Mission

A program that provides the community competent media practitioners through multi-disciplinary approaches, high-caliber     training, research and community outreach.

Program Educational Objectives

The AB Communication program shall produce graduates who can/are:

  1. knowledgeable and skilled to work in print/broadcast media, and in other multimedia concerns;
  2. expertly function as R/TV producers and directors, news editors and public relations officers;
  3. potential agents of change in improving the quality of life through responsible mass media communication;
  4. research-oriented and deeply concerned with determining innovations that will uplift the trends in multimedia;
  5. advocates of media literacy;
  6. dynamic with thorough understanding of the importance of civic relations, responsible leadership, and continuing educational opportunities; and
  7. demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relations.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of AB Communication program are expected to be able to:

  1. exhibit the knowledge and skills in planning, managing, and evaluating communication programs;
  2. demonstrate skills in designing and producing multi media (print, broadcast, audiovisual, and electronic) outputs;
  3. demonstrates skills in designing, managing, and evaluating communication campaigns;
  4. design media-based learning systems;
  5. conduct communication media research;
  6. uphold professional ethics and standards to practice social responsibility at all times; and
  7. demonstrate an understanding of the professional and ethical consideration of communication.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Program Vision

A program of first option to students seeking an academic degree in Psychology.

Program Mission

A program that hones latent talents and potentials through holistic and progressive learning orientations and experiences on both empirical and philosophical aspects.

Program Educational Objectives

The BS in Psychology program shall produce graduates who can/are:

  1. elucidate on the beauty of life with focus on the mental hygiene from person to community.
  2. incorporate life’s reality with the scientific principles of human behavior.
  3. adept in assessing, analyzing and interpreting psychological disorder.
  4. create, plan and execute therapeutic interventions.
  5. leaders in quality education and mental health care
  6. contribute to the profession and to the quality of life through research and continuing educational opportunities.
  7. demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relations

Program Outcomes

Graduates of BS Psychology program are expected to be able to:

  1. demonstrate an understanding of theories, principles, concepts, and skills in psychology;
  2. develop and sustain arguments about established      principles in psychology;
  3. critically evaluate the established principles in psychology
  4. comprehend and evaluate new information related to psychology that may be presented in various forms and from various sources;
  5. understand and explain the main methods of inquiry in psychology;
  6. critically evaluate the appropriateness of different approaches to problem solving in the field;
  7. demonstrate knowledge of methods in psychological inquiry to make adjustments and create approaches to solving problems in an applied or an   employment context;
  8. correctly apply the theories, principles, concepts and skills in psychology in an employment context;
  9. undertake research using the knowledge and skills in psychology, and communicate the research results to both specialist             and non-specialist audiences;
  10. demonstrate understanding of the ethical dimensions of the use of psychological theories and methods; and
  11. undertake further training for developing existing skills and acquiring higher level competencies either through formal graduate education or in an employment context.

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