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College of Human Ecology (che)

When the Nueva Vizcaya Agricultural College became the Nueva Vizcaya State Institute of Technology by virtue of PD 196 on May 22, 1973, the pioneering College of Agriculture consisted of several departments one of which was the Department of Home Technology. As such it started the degree of Bachelor of Science in Home Technology with an initial enrollment of forty-six (46) students for the first semester. The Department was headed by Professor Juanita P. Reyes. Two years later, Home Technician courses were opened, and eighty-six (86) students enrolled with their fields of specialization in Food and Clothing which caused an increase of population in the Department.

Changed of nomenclature of the different programs of the college were approved and passed the BOR on May 19, 2000. Approving the change in nomenclature of the following courses: (1) BS in Home Technology with the field of specialization in HRM to Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management; (2) from BS Home Technology with specialization in Clothing, Textile and Related Arts to BS Home Technology Major in Garment Technology & Related Arts; (3) from Home Technician with specialization in Foods to Associate in Restaurant Management; (4) from Home Technician with specialization in Clothing to Associate in Garment Technology Effective 1st semester of 2000-2001

On December 29, 2003, the BSHT program passed evaluation and accreditation with flying colors, thus Level 2 (Re-accredited Status) for five years from September 23, 2003, to September 22, 2008, was awarded by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc.

Global competitiveness and innovations as the concerns the College must face surviving competition in the 21st century paved the way for students to be sent for their international practicum abroad. During the school year 2005-2006, the first batch of BSHRM students had undertaken their international practicum in different hotels and restaurant in Singapore in partnership with the Service On-line Corporation of Singapore.

When the NVSIT was converted into the NVSU, the name of the College was changed to the College of Human Ecology through Resolution No. 145s. 2006 as approved by the 11th meeting of the Board of Regents. The rationalization of academic programs caused a change in the course title from Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management to Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management with majors in Hotel and Restaurants Management and Travel Management.

The Board of Regents of Nueva Vizcaya State University approved the revision of curriculum on July 28, 2011, with BOR No. 39, s. 2011 which was offered on the same academic year.

Executive Order 358 promulgated by the former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo provides mandate and legal framework for the wider-scale and accelerated implementation of the Ladderized Education. The curriculum of Bachelor of Science in the Home Technology Major in Food and Nutrition, and Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management was revised in Academic Year 2014-2015.

The K to 12 system was signed into law with the passage of the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 (Republic Act 10533). It clearly states that the K to 12 reform is an effort not exclusive to the Department of Education (DepEd), but cuts across the whole landscape of Philippine education and labor, making a unique impact on each sector, while at the same time requiring all these agencies to work together to ensure a smooth transition into the new system. Along with this, the revised curriculum of Bachelor of Science in Home Technology Major in Food, Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and opening of Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management were approved.

A good school infrastructure with good spaces makes it a good place for the students to study. The impact of educational spaces on the students set out to identify empirical well-being of students in the university. The Home Technology Department was transferred to the new state of the art 2 story building, Nutrition Building on September 9, 2019 which houses the food and beverage, hot and cold kitchen (food laboratories) and nutrition facilities of the college.

A good school infrastructure with good spaces makes it a good place for the students to study. The impact of educational spaces on the students set out to identify empirical well-being of students in the university. The Home Technology Department was transferred to the new state of the art 2 story building, Nutrition Building on September 9, 2019 which houses the food and beverage, hot and cold kitchen (food laboratories) and nutrition facilities of the college.

Last April 21, 2022, the Revised Curriculum of Bachelor of Science in Home Technology got the Contents Notation from the Commission on Higher Education Region 2. The said curriculum was also approved by the Board of Regents of Nueva Vizcaya State last August 4, 2022 with BOR No. 71-061, s. 2022. The said curriculum will be offered starting Academic Year 2022-2023.

At present, the College of Human Ecology has two departments: Home Technology Department, which offers (1) Bachelor of Science in Home Technology (2) Master of Science in Home Technology Major in Home Technology and (3) Master of Science in Home Technology Major in Home Technology Education. The second department is the Hospitality Management Department, which offers the Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management.

At present, the College of Human Ecology is manned by strong faculty armed with relevant bachelor’s master’s and Ph.D. degrees, attached various seminars/ trainings related in the field and conducted relevant researches and extension activities.

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

The College will turn out graduates equipped with knowledge, sound human values, deep sense of social responsibility and improve skills and technologies to be productive member of the community

Specific Objectives:
  1. To offer degree programs relevant to the needs of the hospitality/tourism/home technology/ nutrition.

  2. To deliver relevant technical and value laden trainings in hospitality, tourism, home technology and nutrition management that would create and sustain an organizational climate and work environment conducive to maximum efficiency and productivity.

  3. To develop students’ capability to effectively perform managerial functions with the principles of rational management through the provision of sound concept, principle, and strategies.

  4. To provide students adequate exposure in the local, national, and international hospitality/tourism/food technology/nutrition industry scenario through relevant on-the-job training/practicum.

  5. To develop professionals who could teach hospitality, tourism, home technology and nutrition management and who could provide leadership in their specific fields of specializations.

  6. To prepare students for wage-earning professions so they may be self-reliant and may contribute to the well-being of the family, the community, and the nation as a whole.

Undergraduate Programs
  1. Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

  2. Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

  3. Bachelor of Science in Home Technology

    Majors:

    • Food and Nutrition

Graduate Programs
  1. Master of Science in Home Technology

    Majors:

    • Home Technology

    • Home Technology Education

College Officials
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Rhea L. Adriatico Assistant Professor 1

College Dean

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Monaliza Perolinaa Administrative Aide

College Secretary

Home Technology Department
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Lourdes T. Capua Assistant Professor IV

Department Chair, Home Technology

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Teresita B. Barangay Associate Professor I

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Carloue M. Belonio Assistant Professor II

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Maria Richelle Y. Belingon Assistant Professor II

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Ma. Teresa A. Fulgencio Assistant Professor III

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Jenifer T. Ferrer Assistant Professor III

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Susan S. Sierra Assistant Professor IV

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Rebecca J. Velarde Instructor II

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Florie Jean C. Vicente Assistant Professor III

Home Technology Department
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Rhea L. Adriatico Assistant Professor 1

College Dean

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Chrizel V. Pagbilao Instructor I

College Dean

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Allen Mark A. Razalan Instructor I

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Xyrene B. Reyes Instructor III

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Shara Marie M. Belonio Emergency Instructor

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Aira Leigh S. Rumbaoa Emergency Instructor

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Anne Bernadette D. Galvez Emergency Instructor