INSTITUTE OF GRADUATE STUDIES
ROEL PALO ANICAS, DA,EdD,FRIEdr
Dean, Institute of Graduate Studies
Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) Major in Educational Management
The MAEd Program prepares teachers for the wide-ranging positions and roles in the field of education. It prepares individuals for the various administrative and supervisory, as well as teaching positions in elementary, secondary, post-secondary and vocational programs./p>
Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN) Major in Administration of Nursing School and Services
The MAN Program is designed to prepare nurses for managerial and supervisory positions in nursing schools and services, and in community health nursing.
Master in Business Management (MBM)
The MBM Program is designed to prepare graduate students for managerial and supervisory positions in government, businesses, and non-governmental institutions. Emphasis of the program is on problem solving, decision-making, and leadership.
Master in Public Administration (MPA)
The MPA Program is designed for graduate students with career interests in public governance and administration. The curriculum is balanced with theories and applied concepts, and assures practical experiences for the future administrators. The program requires that graduate students devote attention to general professional development.
COLLEGE OF COMPUTER STUDIES
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Science in Entertainment and Multimedia Computing (soon to open)
- Associate in Computer Technology
ERLINDA CASELA-ABARINTOS, DIT
Dean, College of Computer Studies
RONNIE D. LUY, MIT
Assistant Dean, College of Computer Studies
The College of Computer Studies shall be the Center of Excellence in Information Technology and Computer Science for providing professional and technological training, scientific and innovative, and relevant community service
The College of Computer Studies shall produce Information Technology and Computer Science professionals equipped with knowledge, skills, strong moral values, well-developed personality, and exceptional abilities, thus becoming the preferred and prestigious source of services and manpower.
- Provide competent/quality instruction relevant to time and technology by developing, updating, and evaluating offered programs and curriculum continuously
- Open, maintain and extend on new roads of research and discovery in the field of expertise, in emerging disciplines and in related interdisciplinary areas
- Provide the faculty members and students with updated educational resources, training and study grants they need to keep pace, sustain, and update with developments in their field.
- Prepare our students in aspects that provide them a strong foundation for sustaining personal and professional development, enable them to build-up strong leadership and become responsible individuals and contributors towards the good of the community.
- Pursue beneficial industry linkages, maintain good relation, extend help and manpower to the country.
COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH STUDIES
The BSN is a four-year program consisting of general education and professional courses. Professional courses begin in the first year and threads through the development of competencies up to the fourth year level. The BSN program provides an intensive nursing practicum that will refine clinical skills from the first year level to ensure basic clinical competencies required of a beginning nurse practitioner.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Bachelor of Science in Midwifery
- Graduate in Midwifery
JOSEPHINE R. MANZANARES , RN, MAN
Dean, College of Allied Health Studies
Gordon College-School of Nursing is envisioned to be a center of excellence in Nursing Education committed to the holistic development of the human person through instruction, research, and extension.
The School of Nursing aims to produce well-trained, skilled, dynamic, and competitive nurses imbued with values and attitude and responsive to the changing needs of the local, national and global communities.
The BSN program aims to produce a fully-functioning nurse who is able to perform the competencies under the following Key Areas of Responsibility for which a nurse should demonstrate competence in:
- Safe and quality nursing care
- Management of resources and environment
- Health education
- Legal responsibility
- Ethico-moral responsibility
- Personal and professional development
- Quality improvement
- Record Management
- Collaboration and teamwork
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ARTS, AND SCIENCES
- Bachelor of Secondary Education
- Major in Biological Science
- Major in English
- Major in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH)
- Major in Mathematics
- Major in Social Studies
- Major in Filipino
- Bachelor in Elementary Education
- Major in Pre-School Education
- Major in Special Education
- Bachelor of Arts in Communication
EDIRIC D. GADIA, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Education, Arts, and Sciences
We envision the Gordon College-College of Education, Arts and Sciences to be a center of excellence in the field for providing professional training, innovative research and community service.
The College of Education, Arts and Sciences aims to produce multi-cultured, well-trained, dynamic, and competitive graduates.
The Gordon College - College of Education,Arts and Sciences shall:
- Provide opportunities that will enable students to:
- acquire high level of professional skills, knowledge, values, and attitudes
- appreciate the needs of the community and community for basic education, and be responsive to the total needs of the individuals in society
- function effectively as teachers in the community and profession
- develop initiative for continued and self-directed learning
- develop critical thinking and scientific inquiry