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College of Arts & Sciences (cas)

The College of Arts and Sciences provides quality education through its general foundation programs and its curricular offerings: Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems, and Bachelor of Science in Biology. These programs are geared to prepare the students as responsible and productive citizens.

Since its inception in 1979, the CAS was just a service college to support the degree programs of the then NVSIT. Its first Dean was Dr. Felix B. Gacad, but some things are meant for greater purpose. The college went through revolutionary changes and worked hard for the approval of its first degree program. By virtue of Board of Trustees Resolution No. 192 s. of 1983, the BS Mathematics program was approved. However, the college started offering the course only in 1990-1991 with seven initial enrollees during the term of Dean Emilia I. Bareng.

With the guidance of the Lord coupled with committed and hardworking faculty of the college, the endeavor proved to be a successful venture because four years later, two of the original enrollees graduated cum laude while five of them passed the Professional Board Examination for Teachers (PBET). This record of excellence set the standards for the succeeding batches and this was further confirmed by the 1999 graduating class when it posted a 100% passing rate in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).

This lasting legacy is a proof of the dedication of the faculty to produce quality graduates as evidenced by the high passing rates of graduates in the year 2002, 2004, 2008 and 2009. Moreover, the BS Mathematics program has already submitted its requirement for Accreditation and successfully attained the Level 3, Phase 2 from the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP). The said program has also undergone AACCUP Accreditation evaluation for Level 4.

The success of the BS Math program has stirred the successors to initiate the opening of a new course. With the growing number of competent faculty, the college has successfully earned the nod of the administration to open the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) program during the term of Dean Ernesto P. Granole. The offering of the BSCS was endorsed by virtue of Board of Trustees Resolution No. 35, s. of 1998, with 29 pioneer enrollees. The program has already achieved Level 3, Phase 2 in the AAACUP Accreditation.

On June 15, 2007, another course was proposed by the college. The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) was approved by virtue of Board of Regents Resolution No.19, s. of 2007 through the initiative of Dean Dr. Loreta Vivian R. Galima. Currently, the program has achieved Level 2 in the AACUP Accreditation.

Backed up by the strong composition of the faculty, two additional courses were approved after undergoing the rigorous CHED Regional Assessment Team (RQAT) evaluation during the term of Dean Dr. Filemon A. Pamittan. On August 2019, by virtue of Board Resolution No.059, s. of 2019, the Bachelor of Science in Biology and Bachelor of Science in Information Systems with 65 and 25 enrollees respectively were officially offered. Prof. Daniel Marvin B. Ramel, who is the current Chair of the Natural Sciences Dept. is also the first Program Coordinator of BS Biology. For the BS Information Systems program, it is still under the BSIT department who is chaired by Prof. Rodalyn M. Aguinaldo.

The college has also applied for the addition of new programs namely: Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Bachelor of Arts in Communication and have undergone the necessary CHED RQAT evaluation. These programs are hoped to be offered soon.

For the Graduate Programs, Master of Science in Teaching Mathematics (MST-Math) and PhD in Science Education major in Mathematics, have also underwent AACCUP Accreditation and are already recognized by Department of Science and Technology (DOST) as a Higher Education Institution to cater DOST scholars.

Indeed, CAS has morphed from a humble service college to one of the biggest colleges of the University with a total number of 1,059 students currently enrolled for SY 2022-2023. These modest achievements show that the college will continually strive to accomplish more, all for the sake of quality service and education.

Vision

A leading university in education, innovation, and sustainable development

Mission

We engage. We innovate. We empower.
We transform education by adhering to global standards, and fostering research and innovation for sustainable development.

Goals

To adapt and address itself as a functional learning center for innovative programs as a model institution and enabling its graduates to be empowered and globally competitive through the provision of undergraduate & graduate education which meet international standards of quality & excellence

Undergraduate Programs
  1. Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

  2. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

    Majors:

    • Game Development

    • Robotics

  3. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

    Majors:

    • Web & Mobile App Development

    • Network Design & Management

  4. Bachelor of Science in Information Systems

    Majors:

    • Business Analytics

    • Service Management

Graduate Programs
  1. Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education

    Majors:

    • Mathematics

  2. Master of Science in Teaching

    Majors:

    • Mathematics

  3. Master of Education in Science Education

    Majors:

    • Mathematics

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College Officials
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Lori Shayne A. Busa

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Daniel Marvin B. Ramel

Department Chair, Natural Science Department

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Fermila D. Cauilan

Department Chair, Language Department

Natural Science Department
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Daniel Marvin B. Ramel

Department Chair, Natural Science Department

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Frances Mary Ann R. Belen

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Lori Shayne A. Busa

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Irene C. Cahero

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Rosemarie A. Cadiente

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Jose R. Comia, Jr.

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Mary Jane B. Cortez

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Ruchi Briam James S. Laguitnay

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Joan A. Piñon

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Edna V. Ramel

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Daisy V. Rivera

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Tyrone John B. Saludares

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Arnie F. Sanchez

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Joseph E. Valdez

Language Department
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Fermila D. Cauilan

Department Chair, Language Department

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Mercy B. Balinon

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Romana Dulnuan

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Denny B. Jamil

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Filemon A. Pamittan

College Dean

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Marigem Pascual

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Venus Tajon

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Joey M. Villanueva

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Karen D. Taclay

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Jay-ar C.Castriciones

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Lany D. Dullas

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Jefferson L. Inocencio

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Jeffrey T. Mendoza

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Ma. Eden R. Salagueste

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Everson J. Santos

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Richard J. Taclay

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Julius S. Valderama

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Jayroy D. Velasco