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Course code & No. Course Title Course Description Offering Unit
SA 228 Modeling Modeling in bas-relief of ornaments and other subjects. Modeling in clay or plasticine of sculptural projects for decorative purposes such as column capitals, friezes, fountains, mold, etc. SA
SAS 1 Self and Society Understanding the self by examining the interaction of biological, psychological and socio-cultural dimensions and appreciating human agency and the emergence of the self in different social contexts CSSP, Socio
SD 301 Social Development: History and Perspectives DSD
SD 302 Theories and Constructs in Social Development DSD
SD 303 Social Development Strategies DSD
SD 304 Social Development Policy Analysis and Advocacy DSD
SD 311 Seminar in Contemporary and Emerging Trends in Social Development DSD
SD 312 Seminar in Financing for Social Development DSD
SD 313 Special Topics DSD
SD 398 Social Development Research I DSD
SD 399 Social Development Research II DSD
SD 400 Dissertation DSD
SEA 30 Asian Emporiums: Networks of Culture and Trade in Southeast Asia CIS
SFA 16 Drawing I SA
SFA 17 Drawing II SA
SFA 20 Visual Studies I SA
SFA 21 Visual Studies II SA
SFA 22 Techniques III Color, form and rendering. SA
SFA 23 Techniques IV Continuation of Techniques and figure Drawing I. SA
SFA 24 Materials III Analysis of materials in relation to concept, technique and process. SA
SFA 25 Materials IV Continuation of Materials III. SA
SFA 27 Design Techniques Philippine ethnographic art with emphasis on varied traditional art/crafts as sources for contemporary design. Research and studio work. SA
SFA 30 Serigraphy (Indirect Stencil Technique) Silkscreen printing using the Indirect Stencil Technique in producing monoprints, editions, and its various color Prerequisite : FA 12 Techniques I / COI Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 6 hours (2 hours lecture, 4 hours studio) Meeting type : Lecture and Studio SA
SFA 31 Serigraphy (Direct Stencil Technique) Silkscreen printing using the Direct Stencil Technique in producing complex graphic composition and application of different approaches in pulling fine serigraph print editions Prerequisite : FA 12 Techniques I / COI Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 6 hours (2 hours lecture, 4 hours studio) Meeting type : Lecture and Studio SA
SFA 40 Clay Body Exploration I Study of the materiality, properties and characteristics of clay and clay bodies Prerequisite : FA 14 Materials I / COI Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 6 hours (2 hours lecture, 4 hours studio) Meeting type : Lecture and Studio SA
SFA 41 Clay Body Exploration II Techniques in altering the clay body to explore clay surface and forms Prerequisite : SFA 40 Clay Body Exploration I Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 6 hours (2 hours lecture, 4 hours studio) Meeting type : Lecture and Studio SA
SFA 100 Painting I SA
SFA 101 Painting II SA
SFA 102 Sculpture I SA
SFA 103 Sculpture II SA
SFA 120 Advanced Visual Studies I SA
SFA 121 Advanced Visual Studies II SA
SFA 122 Advanced Problems in Sculpture I SA
SFA 123 Advanced Problems in Sculpture II SA
SFA 124 Materials and Techniques I SA
SFA 125 Materials and Techniques II SA
SFA 126 Materials and Techniques in Sculpture I SA
SFA 127 Materials and Techniques in Sculpture II SA
SFA 130 Relief Printmaking (Rubbercut/Linocut) Principles, processes and techniques of rubbercut/linocut and their various color enhancements. SA
SFA 131 Relief Printmaking (Woodcut) Principles, processes and techniques of woodcut and their various color enhancements. SA
SFA 132 Intaglio Printmaking (Drypoint and Collagraph) Basic principles, processes and techniques of intaglio printing focusing on drypoint, collagraph, and their various color enhancement techniques. SA
SFA 133 Intaglio Printmaking (Etching) Principles, processes and techniques of intaglio printing focusing on etching, softground, aquatint, and their various color enhancement techniques. SA
SFA 140 Sculptural Ceramics I Techniques in handbuilding clay sculptures. SA
SFA 141 Sculptural Ceramics II Exploration of conceptual possibilities in contemporary ceramics. SA
SFA 142 Studio Pottery I Basic forming techniques and practices in creating functional ceramics. SA
SFA 143 Studio Pottery II Advanced forming techniques and practices in creating functional ceramics. SA
SFA 144 Ceramic Multiples for Studio Practices I Basic techniques of plaster mold-making in ceramics Prerequisites :SFA 141 Sculptural Ceramics II / SFA 143 Studio Pottery II Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 6 hours (2 hours lecture, 4 hours studio) Meeting type : Lecture and Studio SA
SFA 145 Ceramic Multiples for Studio Practices II Mold-making and slip-casting ceramics Prerequisite : SFA 144 Ceramic Multiples for Studio Practices I Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 6 hours (2 hours lecture, 4 hours studio) Meeting type : Lecture and Studio SA
SFA 150 Art in Social Contexts SA
SFA 151 Creative Art in Industry SA
SFA 152 Applied Visual Studies I SA
SFA 153 Applied Visual Studies II SA
SFA 154 Chiaroscuro I SA
SFA 156 Chiaroscuro II SA
SFA 180 Professional Art Practice I Introduction to the professional practice of art Prerequisite: : None Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 3 hours Meeting Type: : Lecture SA
SFA 181 Professional Art Practice II Field survey on the professional practice of art Prerequisite: : SFA 180 Professional Art Practice I Credit : 3 units No. of Hours : 3 hours Meeting Type: : Lecture SA
SFA 190 Art Seminar I SA
SFA 191 Art Seminar II SA
SFA 192 Art Workshop I SA
SFA 193 Art Workshop II SA
SOSC 3 Exploring Gender and Sexuality Psych, DAnthro, CSSP
SP 1 Hard Tools DME
SP 3 Machine Tools DME
SP 4 Welding, Foundry, and Allied Practices DME
SP 5 Pattern-Making, Welding, and Foundry Practice DME
SP 6 Machine Work DME
SS 100 Introduction to Physical Education and Sport Sciences An introduction to the various fields and sub-fields of exercise and sport sciences and their related professions. DSS
SS 102 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 Structure and function of the musculo-skeletal system with introduction to analysis of human motor activity. DSS
SS 103 Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 Structure and function of the cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, nervous, endocrine, lymphatic, urinary, reproductive, and integumentary systems with introduction to the physiological effects of movement on the human body. DSS
SS 104 Tests and Measurement in Exercise and Sport Sciences Principles, administration, and tests for health, fitness, and motor skills. DSS
SS 105 Human Bioenergetics in Exercise and Sports Introductory concepts in Human Bioenergetics DSS
SS 110 Basic Weight Training Theory & practice of the fundamental skills and rules of the sport (weightlifting and power lifting). DSS
SS 111 Advanced Weight Training Theory & practice of advanced skills and officiating of the sport (weightlifting and powerlifting). DSS
SS 120 Basic Fitness Dance Theory & practice of the basic skills & principles of fitness dance as a rhythmic group exercise. DSS
SS 121 Advanced Fitness Dance Theory & practice of the advanced skills and principles of fitness dance as a rhythmic group exercise. DSS
SS 130 First Aid Theory & practice of first aid measures for common accidents & emergencies in daily life activities under different environments. DSS
SS 140 Exercise Physiology I Physiology of exercise in relation to fitness: the physiological basis of fitness; adaptive responses of exercise and activity to the human body. DSS
SS 141 Exercise Physiology II Human bioenergetics and exercise: their processes and their responses and adaptations to exercise and training. DSS
SS 150 Acquisition of Motor Skills Cognitive and motor processes in and factors that influence skill learning. DSS
SS 151 Biomechanics I Kinetics and kinematics of human movement DSS
SS 152 Biomechanics II Biomechanics of the musculo-skeletal system; biomechanics of the joints; applications to testing and exercise prescription. DSS
SS 160 Sports in Society and Culture The influence of social organizations and settings, social relationships and processes on the behavior of individuals and groups in sports. DSS
SS 161 Psychology in Sports Psychological variables that influence competitive athletics, social-psychological and social outcomes of such participation. DSS
SS 170 Methods of Physical Conditioning Methods for maintaining and enhancing cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and endurance, speed, and power. DSS
SS 171 Prevention and Management of Human Movement Related Injuries DSS
SS 181 Ergogenics in Human Movement Related Activities The study of performance enhancing strategies & techniques in sports and other human movement related activities. DSS
SS 190 Management of Sports and Recreation Related Services Basic management and marketing tools necessary for efficient administration of the different services and programs catering to exercise, fitness, recreation and athletics. DSS
SS 191 Principles of Coaching Theory and practice of basic coaching of all types of sports at different levels and settings. DSS
SS 197 BSS Internship Field experience as member of the coaching/training staff in sports teams and research/support staff in health; fitness and sports medicine centers DSS
SS 199 Research Methods DSS
SS 200 Thesis DSS
STS 1 Science, Technology and Society SSP
SW 104 Principles of Child Welfare Survey of the development of specialized services for children both in public and private fields including the consideration of current practices. Special emphasis on Philippine child welfare program. SW
SW 105 Social Case Work The development of the concept of social case work theory and practice. Emphasis is laid on case work knowledge and skill as enriched with contributions from related fields of science and art. Selected case work records used extensively for study, discussion and analysis. SW
SW 107 Introduction to Group Work Methods The development of the concept of social group work principles and practice, with emphasis on program development and on the leader's and the social worker's roles in the group work process. SW
SW 109 Community Study The students, either individually or in groups, learn to determine and evaluate welfare needs and problems of the community and its members; to appreciate its asset and liabilities; and to indicate a program for betterment of life of the people therein. SW
SW 110 Critical Social Work SW
SW 111 Social Change and Social Development In this course an attempt will be made to evaluate and discuss special problems and situations which confront families in urban and rural communities. Case work principles will be applied to understand the needs of families with emphasis on individual differences, cultural background, resources, etc. SW
SW 112 Field Observation Understanding programs, policies, procedures, and operations of a selected group of social agencies through observation, discussions and review of their records. SW
SW 113 Supervised Field Work II This is the second semester's field work placement in welfare agencies to be selected according to the social work method course taken by the student. SW
SW 114 Medical and Psychiatric Information Common diseases of children and adults, including simple mental disturbances and their social implications; fundamentals of mental health. SW
SW 120 Social Work and the Filipino Personality Concepts, theories, and indigenous perspectives for understanding the Filipino in relation to social work practice SW
SW 121 Philippine Communities SW
SW 122 Social Welfare and Philippine Realities Philippine economic, social and political realities and their effects on social welfare and Social Work SW
SW 123 Social Deviation and Social Work Socio-psychological perspectives on social deviation and implications to Social Welfare and Social Work SW
SW 130 Fields of Social Work I Historical development of social work, introduction to the principles, objectives and programs of social work. SW
SW 130 Social Welfare Policies, Programs and Services Historical development of social work, introduction to the principles, objectives and programs of social work. SW
SW 131 Social Agency Management Theories and methods of social agency management in local government and non-government organizations SW
SW 132 Project Development for Social Welfare and Community Development Development of sustainable people-oriented and gender-sensitive projects SW
SW 134 Social Work and Social Welfare Laws Social welfare laws and their implications to Social Work Practice SW
SW 140 The Social Work Profession SW
SW 141 Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families Theories, principles, models, methods, and skills in the Social Work helping process with individuals and families SW
SW 142 Social Work Practice with Groups Theories, principles, models, methods and skills in the Social Work helping process with groups SW
SW 143 Social Work Practice with Communities Theories, principles, models, methods, and skills in the Social Work helping process with communities SW
SW 145 Social Work Counseling Techniques and skills in Social Work counseling as integral tools in the helping process SW
SW 146 Social Work Community Education and Training Approaches, processes, and skills in Social Work community education and training for empowerment SW
SW 147 Strategies in Community-Based Social Work Practice Community mobilization focused on social enterprise and entrepreneurship development, advocacy, networking and rehabilitation SW
SW 148 Social Work in a Global Context Approaches, processes, and skills in working transnationally and internationally SW
SW 150 Field Instruction I Social Welfare perspectives. Field experience designed to provide an overview of social welfare as an instrument of development SW
SW 151 Field Instruction II Placement in social work setting consistent with students' career plans SW
SW 151 Field Instruction II Placement in Community-based Settings SW
SW 152 Field Instruction III Field placement designed to increase knowledge and skills in problem-solving SW
SW 153 Field Instruction IV Field placement designed to provide experience of increasing complexity in a setting selected by the student in consideration of his own interest and career plans SW
SW 160 Seminar in Social Work Trends, issues and challenges in Social Work practice SW
SW 198 Statistics for Social Work Statistical analysis in social work. Theories, principles and methods of statistics. SW
SW 199 Research in Social Work Practice SW
SW 199.1 Research in Social Work I SW
SW 199.2 Research in Social Work II Research practicum, dissemination and utilization strategies in the field of social work SW
SW 201 Social Work Perspectives Mainstream and emerging frameworks in social work practice, with emphasis on Philippine practice realities SW
SW 201 Philippine Social Reality Socio-economic and political structures and processes and their implications to social work SW
SW 202 Human Behavior and Social Change Theories of human behavior and their implications to social work interventions for social change SW
SW 203 Psychiatry I Nervous and mental disorders. Social implications of the more common neuroses, psychoses, mental deficiencies and psychoneuroses. SW
SW 204 Psychiatry II Personality disorders most frequently met in school case work. Use of psychiatric referral and consultation. SW
SW 205 Social and Emotional Aspects of Physical Illness Normal functioning of the human body and common diseases encountered in social work practice. Consideration of the social and emotional factors involved in helping the patient seek and use medical care and adjust to the impact of illness. SW
SW 209 Social Welfare Administration Orientation of social welfare services total communities; social economic and psychological aspects of these services in public and voluntary agencies; special reference to rural community needs and resources; factors of Philippine rural life affecting planning and social work methods. SW
SW 210 Social Work Administration Perspectives and approaches in the management and operation of groups, people's organizations, social welfare and development agencies SW
SW 211 Social Welfare Policy Analysis and Development Approaches and techniques for policy analysis and formulation in social welfare and social development settings SW
SW 212 Social Planning and Program Development SW
SW 213 Supervised Field Work Field work experience in the administration of social welfare services, policies, and functions of agencies and offices. SW
SW 215 Social Welfare Policy Advocacy Approaches to and processes in social welfare policy advocacy SW
SW 218 Community Development Principles, concept and operation of community development programs. SW
SW 220 Generalist Social Work Practice Basic processes and methods for generalist social work practice in the Philippines SW
SW 221 Clinical Social Work Practice I Individual and family diagnosis and treatment SW
SW 222 Clinical Social Work Practice II SW
SW 225 Social Work Practice Models Integrative, culturally sensitive and transformative social work practice models. SW
SW 226 Social Work Interventions Methods and processes of selected social work interventions. SW
SW 230 Theory and Practice of Community Organization Theories, principles and processes in the formation, maintenance, consolidation and evaluation of people's organizations. SW
SW 231 Strategies in Community Mobilization SW
SW 235 Social Work Education and Training Perspectives on and skills in popular, participatory, and gender-responsive education for social transformation. SW
SW 243 Social Case Work II Emphasis will be placed on case work principles and their use in assisting clients with a wide variety of problems in special agency settings, private and public institutions, hospitals, etc.; case records will be evaluated and discussed; social history, short-time contact, interpretation of agency services. SW
SW 247 Medical Case Work SW
SW 248 Organization of Health and Medical Services General orientation, planning and organization for health and medical care; discussion of the extent of illness and disability; special emphasis on social and economic aspects, evaluation of existing facilities, policies, functions, administration. SW
SW 249 Seminar in Social Aspects of Medicine Social factors in disease contributing to public health problems; ways in which diseases cause social problems; functions of medical social workers in relation to these problems. SW
SW 250 Teaching Social Work SW
SW 251 Social Work and the Law Legislations. legal programs and processes related to social work practice. SW
SW 252 Social Work in the Health Services SW
SW 253 Supervision in the Social Services Supervisory principles, approaches and techniques in the supervision of professional staff, paraprofessionals and volunteers. SW
SW 254 Seminar on Contemporary Social Work Practice SW
SW 255 Social Work and Migration Labor migration and its social implications; appropriate social welfare responses at the individual, community, and policy levels. SW
SW 256 Women, Gender and Social Work Gender-sensitive perspectives, approaches, and methodologies in Philippine social work practice with particular emphasis on issues to women. SW
SW 257 Community Welfare Organization II The factor of coordination with community agencies utilizing community organization principles as used in various settings such as community participation, fund raising, public relations, etc., will be stressed. SW
SW 261 Social Work Approaches to Adult Learning The psychology of adult learning; analysis of social work strategies in adult teaching focused on indigenous needs SW
SW 262 Social Work in Industry I SW
SW 263 Social Work in Industry II The application of social work to the human problems in industry. SW
SW 265 Special Problems in Social Work Discussion of social worker's responsibility in social action and broad community problems. SW
SW 266 Problems and Treatment of Delinquency Problems and causes of delinquency in the Philippines and comparative evaluation of penal correctional programs and institutions for delinquent children; theories and evaluation of treatment, probation and parole. SW
SW 267 Social Work with the Handicapped Existing problems affecting the physically and mentally handicapped, community attitudes, trends and care and provision under private and governmental auspices. SW
SW 269 Social Work in Industry An evaluation of existing problems in industrial settings for which social work principles may be useful; consideration of interpersonal relationship in these settings; welfare program of industries and the role of the social worker. SW
SW 271 Special Problems Study of selected issues in social welfare SW
SW 280 Field Instruction I SW
SW 281 Field Instruction II SW
SW 285 Field Instruction 1: Generalist Social Work Practice Supervised field placement in a social welfare setting. SW
SW 286 Field Instruction 2: Integrative Social Work Practice Application of differential interventive models in a social welfare and development field setting. SW
SW 287 Field Instruction 3: Innovative Interventions in Social Work Practice Critique of existing models and development of innovative and integrative models in Philippine social work practice. SW
SW 290 Social Work Research Research methods and participatory action research for social work practitioners SW
SW 291 Supervised Field Work II SW
SW 299.1 Social Work Research I SW
SW 299.2 Social Work Research II SW
SW 300 Master's Thesis Throughout the year SW
Shop 7 General Shop Practice DME
Soc Change Dynamics of Social Change The factors influencing social change; its direction, rate and degree, its consequences, and major trends and developments. Case studies of social change. Socio
Soc Sci 1 Foundations of Social Science Social science as an integrated discipline, its contribution to knowledge production, its distinctive research practice, and its relevance to social development Lingg, Socio, Psych, CIS, DGeog, DAnthro, PopIns
Soc Sci 2 Social, Economic and Political Thought DAnthro, CIS, Lingg, Socio, PolSci
Soc Sci 103 Statistics for the Social Sciences Statistical techniques for social research DAnthro, PolSci, Socio
Soc Sci 104 Human Rights and Humanitarian Law PolSci
Soc Sci 105 Gender Issues in Philippine Society Social science perspectives on gender issues and concerns in Philippine society. DGeog, PopIns, Socio
Soc Sci 198 Seminar in the Behavioral Sciences Socio
Soc Sci 201 Statistics for the Social Sciences Application of statistical techniques to social science research. PolSci, PopIns, Socio
Soc Sci 203 Advanced Quantitative Methods PolSci, Socio, Socio, PolSci
Soc Sci 210 Seminar on Society, Culture and Personality PolSci
Soc Sci 295 Survey Research PolSci
Soc Sci 366 Man and His Environment I Socio
Soc Sci 367 Man and His Environment II PolSci
Socio 10 Being Filipino: A Sociological Exploration Socio
Socio 11 Philippine Contemporary Social Issues Socio
Socio 101 General Sociology Socio
Socio 102 Introduction to Sociological Research Socio
Socio 103 Social Psychology A study of the fundamental mechanisms of the mind of the crowd, the public and related groups, e.g., religious and political sects, and political parties. Socio
Socio 104 Rural Sociology A comparative study of rural community types, composition of rural peoples, culture of rural peoples, interrelation of rural and urban interests. Special reference to the Philippines. Socio
Socio 105 Sociology of Deviant Behavior An analysis of the principal contemporary social problems as defined in the culture - emphasizing the role of culture in their growth, persistence, and resistance to social reform measures. Socio
Socio 106 None This course will be supplanted by a broader course in social welfare which is to be known as Social Welfare 101. Until a suitable time has elapsed, Sociology 106 will be considered equivalent to the new course, Social Welfare 101. Socio
Socio 107 Urban Sociology Sociological principles applied to the modern city. Structure, growth, social and personal life in an urban setting, with special reference to the city of Manila. Socio
Socio 108 Crime and Delinquency The nature and causes, and treatment of crime with special attention to juvenile delinquency. Evaluation of theories of punishment and rehabilitation, modern preventive work with special reference to the Philippines. Socio
Socio 109 Race and Ethnic Relations The sociological significance of race and race relations; and analysis of the sources of prejudice and its effects on human nature and personality, race relations cycles, conflict and accommodations, race prejudices. Socio
Socio 110 Social Organization Analysis of the main forms of social organization in simple and complex societies; principles of the integration and disintegration of social groups. Socio
Socio 111 Human Ecology Analysis of community structure and relationships emphasizing the effects of commerce, technology, and natural environment on the distribution and movement of population, utilities, and social institutions. Socio
Socio 112 Rural Social Problems Analysis of current social problems of rural life in the Philippines. Course arranged on a symposium basis utilizing experts in various fields of life. Special attention to social factors involved in technological change. Socio
Socio 113 Sociology of the Family and Its Alternative Forms Socio
Socio 114 The Philippine Social System Socio
Socio 116 Institutions of East Asia Main cultural and social structures of China, Japan, and Korea with particular emphasis on the family, religion, and formal and informal groups in the traditional societies, and the social processes that are rapidly transforming the institutions of East Asia. Socio
Socio 118 Sociology of the Economy Socio
Socio 119 Industrial Sociology Socio
Socio 120 Industrial Sociology An analysis of human behavior within the industrial setting as conditioned by social interaction and cultural forces. Socio
Socio 121 Sociology of Education Socio
Socio 122 Rural Sociology Socio
Socio 123 Urban Sociology Socio
Socio 124 Sociology of Education Socio
Socio 125 Sociology of Religion Socio
Socio 126 Urban Sociology Socio
Socio 127 Political Sociology Socio
Socio 128 Social Stratification Socio
Socio 129 Race and Ethnic Relations Socio
Socio 130 Non-conformist Cultures Theories and researches on-deviant generating subcultures. Socio
Socio 131 Criminology Theories and researches on crime, causation, criminal liabilty, and criminal careers. Socio
Socio 132 Sociology of Deviant Behavior Socio
Socio 135 Collective Behavior Socio
Socio 140 Socialization and Group Interaction Socio
Socio 142 Sociology of Mass Communication Socio
Socio 143 Social Psychology of Groups Processes involved in group formation, stability, change, and dissolution. Socio
Socio 144 Youth and Society Theories and issues concerning youth behavior, development and youth adjustment in society. Socio
Socio 146 Social Psychology of Attitudes Theories and researches in attitude formation and change. Socio
Socio 153 Sociology of Development Socio
Socio 160 Society and Population Socio
Socio 165 Human Ecology Socio
Socio 167 Sociology of the Environment Socio
Socio 171 Sociological Theory I Socio
Socio 172 Sociological Theory II Socio
Socio 178 Special Topics in Sociological Theory Socio
Socio 179 Readings in Sociology Socio
Socio 180 Social Statistics Socio
Socio 181 Quantitative Approaches in Sociological Research Socio
Socio 182 Qualitative Approaches in Sociological Research Socio
Socio 183 Principles and Methods of Survey Research Socio
Socio 188 Special Topics in Research Methodology Socio
Socio 190 Social Statistics Socio
Socio 193 Personality and Leadership The phenomena of personality and leadership will be investigated which include the study of personality types; factors influencing leadership such as heredity, environment, and initiative. Evaluation of criteria for measuring leadership ability, leadership among children, the inventive mind, leadership in democracy. Socio
Socio 195 Sociological Theory I Socio
Socio 196 Sociological Theory II Socio
Socio 197 Special Topics in Sociology Socio
Socio 199 Quantitative Methods of Sociological Research Socio
Socio 199.1 Qualitative Methods of Sociological Research Socio
Socio 200 Thesis Socio
Socio 201 Sociological Theory and Concepts A study of the development of social movements and their relation to social change. Socio
Socio 202 Development of Sociological Thought Socio
Socio 203 Readings in Sociology Socio
Socio 204 Readings in Sociology Socio
Socio 211 Community Power Structures Socio
Socio 212 Seminar in Sociology of Gender Socio
Socio 213 Seminar in Marriage and the Family Socio
Socio 214 Medical Sociology Socio
Socio 215 Medical Sociology Socio
Socio 216 Seminar in Sociology of Ageing Socio
Socio 217 Seminar in the Sociology of Work Socio
Socio 218 Economy and Society Socio
Socio 219 Seminar in Industrial Sociology Socio
Socio 220 Social Institutions Socio
Socio 221 Organizations Socio
Socio 225 Seminar in Sociology of Work Socio
Socio 226 Seminar in Sociology of Civil Society Socio
Socio 227 Seminar in Political Sociology Socio
Socio 228 Seminar in Social Stratification Socio
Socio 229 Seminar in Ethnic Relations Socio
Socio 231 Sociology of Corrections Analysis of correctional philosophies and programs with special emphasis on the Philippine correctional system. Socio
Socio 232 Seminar in Deviance and Social Control Socio
Socio 233 Seminar in Juvenile Delinquency Socio
Socio 234 Seminar in Criminology and Penology Socio
Socio 235 Theories of Social Change Analysis of social dynamics leading to change in contemporary societies. Socio
Socio 240 Advanced Social Psychology Socio
Socio 241 Social Processes Nature and interrelations of social processes. Socio
Socio 243 Popular Culture Socio
Socio 244 Social Movements The development of social movements and their relation to social change. Socio
Socio 245 Seminar in Collective Behavior Socio
Socio 246 Small Groups Interpersonal relationships in small groups. Socio
Socio 247 Seminar in Society and Language Socio
Socio 248 Special Topics in Social Psychology Socio
Socio 250 Seminar on Social Psychology Socio
Socio 251 Seminar in Social Change Socio
Socio 252 Cultural and Social Forces in Southeast Asia Socio
Socio 253 Seminar in the Sociology of Developing Societies Socio
Socio 254 Ideology and Revolution Socio
Socio 257 Seminar in Rural and Urban Studies Socio
Socio 260 Seminar in Demography Socio
Socio 261 Demographic Statistics Socio
Socio 262 Population Studies Socio
Socio 263 Special Topics in Demography Socio
Socio 265 Seminar in Advanced Human Ecology Socio
Socio 267 Environmental Sociology Socio
Socio 271 Seminar in Classical Sociological Theory Socio
Socio 272 Seminar in Contemporary Sociological Theory Socio
Socio 273 Sociology of Knowledge Socio
Socio 274 Theory Construction Socio
Socio 275 Seminar in Sociology of Post Modernity Socio
Socio 280 Readings in Sociology Socio
Socio 280.1 Readings in Sociology Socio
Socio 281 Quantitative Techniques in Social Research Socio
Socio 282 Qualitative Techniques in Social Research Socio
Socio 288 Special Topics in Sociological Methodology Socio
Socio 289 Workshop in Social Research Socio
Socio 290 Workshop in Social Research Socio
Socio 291 Theory Construction Socio
Socio 292 Seminar in Classical Theories of Sociology Socio
Socio 293 Seminar in Contemporary Sociological Theory Socio
Socio 294 Sociology of Knowledge Socio
Socio 295 Special Topics in Sociology Socio
Socio 296 Quantitative Techniques in Social Research Socio
Socio 297 Special Topics in Sociology Socio
Socio 299 Special Topics in Sociological Methodology Socio
Socio 299.1 Seminar on Methods of Sociological Research II Socio
Socio 300 Master's Thesis Socio
Socio 308 Seminar in Sociology of Science Socio
Socio 309 Seminar in Technology and Society Socio
Socio 378 Special Topics in Sociological Theory Socio
Socio 388 Special Topics in Sociological Methodology Socio
Socio 400 Dissertation Socio
Span I Elementary Course DEL
Span II Elementary Course DEL
Span 3 Intermediate Spanish DEL
Span 10 Elementary Course DEL
Span 11 Elementary Course DEL
Span 12 Intermediate Spanish DEL
Span 13 Intermediate Spanish DEL
Span 14 Advanced Language Course I DEL
Span 15 Advanced Language Course II DEL
Span 20 Readings in Spanish DEL
Span 31 Advanced Spoken Spanish II DEL
Span 40 Advanced Grammar DEL
Span 45 Introduction to Spanish Phonetics and Phonology DEL
Span 50 Advanced Syntax and Composition DEL
Span 80 Spanish Stylistics DEL
Span 100 Spanish Culture and Civilization DEL
Span 101 Contemporary Spanish Culture and Civilization DEL
Span 102 Advanced Spanish Grammar Syntax and composition. DEL
Span 105 Latin American Culture and Civilization DEL
Span 106 Contemporary Latin American Culture and Civilization DEL
Span 112 Filipino Poetry in Spanish Masterpieces of outstanding Filipino poets. Reading and interpretation of selected works of leading Filipino poets. DEL
Span 115 Filipino Prose in Spanish DEL
Span 116 A Study of Mabini's Works DEL
Span 117 Filipino Poetry in Spanish DEL
Span 120 Representative Spanish Authors DEL
Span 121 Spanish Literature II DEL
Span 122 Spanish Literature III DEL
Span 123 Contemporary Literature of Spain DEL
Span 124 Spanish Drama DEL
Span 125 The Literature of Spanish America DEL
Span 131 Spanish Phonetics A study of the History of Spanish Phonetics. DEL
Span 132 Spanish Drama A survey of Spanish drama from the early representations in Corrales and Patios to Modern Times. Special emphasis on Lope de Vega's Arte Nuevo de Hacer Comedias. DEL
Span 133 Spanish Methodology The teaching of Spanish in high schools. DEL
Span 134 Spanish Stylistics The teaching of Spanish in high schools. DEL
Span 135 Spanish Dramatic Literature The teaching of Spanish in high schools. DEL
Span 136 Spanish Stagecraft The teaching of Spanish in high schools. DEL
Span 140 Technical Spanish DEL
Span 150 Masterpieces of Spanish Literature DEL
Span 151 Masterpieces of Spanish Literature II DEL
Span 152 Basic Grammar The morphological and the syntactical peculiarities of modern Spanish. DEL
Span 153 Advanced Syntax Principles of advanced grammar with special emphasis on syntactical features of the figurative language. DEL
Span 154 Spoken Spanish Difference between the spoken and the written language with special attention to the study of the most commonly used idioms, saying and proverbs. DEL
Span 155 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics Evolution of the forms and structure of the Spanish language. DEL
Span 156 Composition and Style Advanced composition with a critical study of the representative prose words of modern Spanish stylists. DEL
Span 160 Contemporary Spanish Literature DEL
Span 161 Contemporary Spanish Literature II DEL
Span 162 Spanish Poetry by Filipinos Poetic works by Filipino-Spanish writers from the end of the 19th century to the first decades of the 20th century. DEL
Span 170 Techniques of Spanish Translation DEL
Span 171 Hispanic Studies Salient features of Spanish history, art ad general culture DEL
Span 180 Methodology of Spanish Literature Reading, interpretation and appreciation of selected prose and poetic works in Spanish literature with comments and observations on the method, approach and technique used in each lesson; demonstrations and working out of sample literature lessons. DEL
Span 182 Spanish Classicists Spanish classicists with emphasis on Poema del Cid, El Libro de Buen Amor, Lazarillo de Hormes, La Celestina and selected parts of El Quijote. DEL
Span 183 The Generation of 1898 Representative Spanish writers of the last decades of the 19th century and the first decades of the 20th century with special emphasis on the works of Miguel de Unamuno, Pio Baroja, Azorin and Ramiro de Maeztu. This course requires at least one term paper on the study of particular work of one of the major writers studies. DEL
Span 197 Special Topics DEL
Span 199 Research Techniques and Thesis Writing DEL
Span 203 Works of Cervantes DEL
Span 204 Works of Lope De Vega DEL
Span 205 Masterpieces of Spanish Literature A critical study of the masterpieces of Spanish Literature. DEL
Span 206 History of the Spanish Language Development of the Spanish language from its beginnings to the contemporary period. DEL
Span 208 Spanish Stylistics Study of the different literary styles, with special emphasis on the classics, the classicists, and the modernists in Spanish literature. DEL
Span 210 The Spanish Novel Origin and development of the Spanish novel from Calila y Dimna (XIV century) to the present time. DEL
Span 211 Don Quijote de la Mancha Background, development, influence and bibliography of Cervantes' most famous work in Spanish. DEL
Span 212 Spanish Bibliography Bibliography of the pre-classical, (Cantar de Mio Cid), classical, modern and contemporary Spanish literature. DEL
Span 261 Philippine Literature in Spanish DEL
Span 262 The Spanish Influence in Philippine Literature DEL
Span 263 The Spanish Influence in Philippine Literature DEL
Span 300 Master's Thesis DEL
Spanish 16 Advanced Language Course III in Spanish Advanced training in linguistic, communicative and intercultural knowledge and skills in Spanish DEL
Spanish 30 Advanced Spoken Spanish I DEL
Spanish 51 Text Engagement in Spanish Development of critical reading skills in Spanish DEL
Spanish 60 Composition DEL
Spanish 61 Academic Writing in Spanish Structure, content, formalities and ethics academic writing in Spanish DEL
Spanish 70 Critical Theories in Spanish Analysis of literary and cultural texts in Spanish DEL
Spanish 110 Spanish Literature I A survey of Spanish literature from the Origins to Neoclassicism DEL
Spanish 111 Spanish Literature II A survey of Spanish literature from the Romantic Period to the 21st Century DEL
Spanish 130 Spanish Linguistics I Basic structural features of Spanish and their application in foreign language learning DEL
Spanish 131 Spanish Linguistics II Research methods in Spanish applied linguistics DEL
Spec Thought Readings in Speculative Thought Philo
Speech 1 Fundamentals of Speech Understanding of the basic principles of speech and voice production and proficiency in their use. Speech skills common to all forms of oral communication, the selection and evaluation of materials for speech; organization; thought; voice; action; and speaker-listener relations. DSCTA
Speech 30 Public Speaking and Persuasion DSCTA
Speech 100 Introduction to Speech Communication DSCTA, DSCTA
Speech 110 Speech Communication Research Methods DSCTA
Speech 113 Language and Ethics in Speech Communication Behavior DSCTA
Speech 115 Bases of Speech DSCTA
Speech 115 Bases of Speech The acoustic, physiological, phonetic and psychological foundations of verbal communication. DSCTA
Speech 120 Oral Interpretation and Performance DSCTA
Speech 122 Performance of Children’s Literature DSCTA
Speech 123 Interpretation of Drama DSCTA
Speech 124 Introduction to Chamber Theatre DSCTA
Speech 125 Performance of Philippine Oral Literature DSCTA
Speech 126 Performance of the Literature of the World’s Religions DSCTA
Speech 130 Rhetoric DSCTA
Speech 131 Contemporary Rhetorical Theories Rhetorical theories in contemporary contexts, problems, and issues DSCTA
Speech 132 Rhetorical Criticism DSCTA
Speech 133 Argumentation Principles of argumentation-analysis, evidence, reasoning, fallacies, and briefing, with application in public speaking, discussion and debate. Development of capacity to reply extemporaneously to objections. Practice in argumentation composition and delivery. DSCTA
Speech 133 Argumentation DSCTA
Speech 134 Debate and Other Parliamentary Procedures Nature, principles, and practice of debate and other parliamentary procedures DSCTA
Speech 136 Forms of Public Address DSCTA
Speech 136 Forms of Public Address The more important forms of public address and the occasions which give rise to them; study of special methods by which speech is made clear, interesting and forceful. Readings and reports on Philippine public address. DSCTA
Speech 137 Group Discussion and Conference Leadership DSCTA
Speech 137 Group Discussion and Conference Leadership Procedures in exchanging information, solving problems, determining policies, resolving differences in small face-to-face groups, and developing insights into the nature of group processes. DSCTA
Speech 141 Rhetoric and Public Opinion DSCTA
Speech 142 Rhetoric and Popular Culture DSCTA
Speech 143 Rhetoric and Digital Communication DSCTA
Speech 150 Interpersonal Communication DSCTA
Speech 152 Nonverbal Communication in Interpersonal Relationships DSCTA
Speech 153 Communication in Relational Development and Deterioration DSCTA
Speech 156 Communication in Organizations DSCTA
Speech 157 Communication Across Cultures DSCTA
Speech 158 Managing Conflict in Interpersonal Relationships DSCTA
Speech 160 Basic Radio Techniques Application of the techniques in the use of sound, music and special effect as applied to types of radio program. DSCTA
Speech 160 Basic Radio Techniques DSCTA
Speech 162 Radio Writing DSCTA
Speech 163 Radio Speech DSCTA
Speech 163 Radio Speech Fundamentals of microphone technique; practice in speaking, acting and announcing for the broadcast media. Basic training in planning and writing of radio and television talks. Voice recording for critical analysis. DSCTA
Speech 164 Programming DSCTA
Speech 165 Radio Production Procedures DSCTA
Speech 166 Radio and Television Programs and Audiences Analysis of basic program-types and structures; elements of program effectiveness and standards of evaluation of programs. Composition of the radio and television audiences; variations at different hours of the day; relative preferences of various elements in the audience for programs of different types. DSCTA
Speech 167 Station Management DSCTA
Speech 180 Instructional Communication DSCTA
Speech 181 Speech Communication Module Development DSCTA
Speech 183 Instructional Communication and Technology DSCTA
Speech 184 Speech Communication Program Evaluation DSCTA
Speech 185 Assessment of Learning in Speech Communication Activities DSCTA
Speech 186 Voice and Pronunciation in Instructional Contexts DSCTA
Speech 195 Speech Practicum DSCTA
Speech 197 Special Topics DSCTA
Speech 198 Speech Communication Research Methods, Areas and Techniques DSCTA
Speech 199 Undergraduate Research DSCTA
Speech 200 Undergraduate Thesis DSCTA
Speech 201 Speech Communication Process Analysis DSCTA
Speech 203 The Listening Process DSCTA
Speech 204 Language in Speech Communication Behavior DSCTA
Speech 210 Quantitative Research in Speech Communication DSCTA
Speech 211 Qualitative Research in Speech Communication DSCTA
Speech 221 Advanced Oral Interpretation DSCTA
Speech 223 Reader's Theater DSCTA
Speech 224 Chamber Theater DSCTA
Speech 230 Theories of Rhetoric from Ancient to Modern Times DSCTA
Speech 236 Philippine Public Address DSCTA
Speech 237 Group Communication DSCTA
Speech 275 Principles of Speech Correction DSCTA
Speech 281 Seminar-Workshop in Directing Speech Programs DSCTA
Speech 291 Directed Readings DSCTA
Speech 300 Master's Thesis DSCTA
Speech 301 Seminar: Problems in Speech Communication Process Analysis DSCTA
Stat 100 Calculus and Matrix Algebra for Statistics Stat
Stat 101 Elementary Statistics Stat
Stat 102 Intermediate Statistical Methods for Research Stat
Stat 110 Probability and Statistics for Engineers Stat
Stat 114 Descriptive Statistics Stat
Stat 115 Basic Statistical Methods Stat
Stat 117 Mathematics for Statistics Stat
Stat 121 Probability Theory I Stat
Stat 122 Probability Theory II Stat
Stat 124 Introduction to Programming Stat
Stat 125 Applications Software and Software Packages Stat
Stat 130 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics for Computer Science Stat
Stat 131 Parametric Statistical Inference Stat
Stat 132 Nonparametric Statistical Inference Stat
Stat 133 Bayesian Statistical Inference Stat
Stat 134 Introduction to Scientific Writing in Statistics Principles and methods in scientific writing in statistical studies Stat
Stat 135 Matrix Theory for Statistics Stat
Stat 136 Introduction to Regression Analysis Stat
Stat 138 Introduction to Sampling Designs Probability and non-probability sampling techniques; complex surveys; variance estimation; treatment of missing data; applications to various contexts Stat
Stat 142 Introduction to Computational Statistics Comtemporary themes in computational statistics; survey of computationally-intensive methods in statistics; advanced data management; SQL programming; resampling methods; simulations; macro programming; modeling applications Stat
Stat 143 Survey Operations Stat, Stat
Stat 144 Introduction to Sampling Designs Stat
Stat 145 Introduction to Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Stat
Stat 146 Introduction to Exploratory Data Analysis Stat
Stat 147 Introduction to Multivariate Analysis Multivariate normal distribution; inference on mean vector and dispersion matrices; principal component analysis; factor analysis; cluster analysis; discriminant analysis; canonical correlation analysis; correspondence analysis and perceptual mapping; multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA); applications to various contexts. Stat
Stat 147 Introduction to Multivariate Analysis Stat
Stat 148 Introduction to Experimental Designs Principles of experimentation; completely randomized design; randomized complete block design; Latin-square design; factorial experiments; confounding; incomplete blocks design; cross-over design; analysis of covariance; nested and split-plot designs; random effects; response surface methodology (RSM); applications to various contexts. Stat
Stat 148 Introduction to Experimental Designs Stat
Stat 149 Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis Stat
Stat 191 Special Topics in Biological and Medical Statistics Stat
Stat 191.1 Introduction to Biostatistics Stat
Stat 192 Special Topics in Business and Economic Statistics Stat
Stat 192.1 Statistics in Market Research Stat
Stat 192.2 Advanced Linear Models Stat
Stat 193 Special Topics in Industrial and Physical Science Statistics Stat
Stat 193.1 Introduction to Statistical Quality Control Stat
Stat 194 Special Topics in Social and Psychological Statistics Stat
Stat 195 Introduction to Mathematical Statistics Stat
Stat 197 Special Topics in Statistics Stat
Stat 201 Statistical Operations I Stat
Stat 207 Statistical Inference for Data Science Concepts in probability theory and sampling distributions; classical statistical inference; computational inference; principles of data science Stat-BGC
Stat 208 Programming for Data Analytics Programming tools and methods for data analytics; modular and efficient programming; working with different data structures; high performance programming; applications Stat-BGC
Stat 210 Statistical Software Stat
Stat 211 Statistical Computing Stat
Stat 217 Computational Statistics Optimization methods; random numbers and Monte Carlo methods; Markov Chain Carlo; resampling methods; recent approaches and methods in Computational Statistics Stat-BGC
Stat 218 Statistical Machine Learning Applications of statistical machine learning; generalized linear models; supervised learning; unsupervised learning; kernel methods; support vector machines; neural networks; ensemble learning; contemporary topics Stat-BGC
Stat 219 Advanced Topics in Machine Learning Advanced topics, extensions, and new areas or latest developments in machine learning; contemporary topics in and applications to artificial intelligence and data science Stat-BGC
Stat 221 Introductory Probability Stat
Stat 222 Introduction to Statistical Inference Stat
Stat 223 Applied Regression Analysis Stat
Stat 224 Experimental Designs Stat
Stat 225 Time Series Analysis Stat
Stat 226 Applied Multivariate Analysis Multivariate normal distribution; principal components analysis; biplots and h-plots; factor analysis; discriminant analysis; cluster analysis; canonical correlation analysis; graphical and data oriented techniques; applications Stat
Stat 227 Knowledge Discovery in Data Frameworks and processes of knowledge discovery in data; data preprocessing; data exploration; data journalism and storytelling; ethics and privacy in data and analytics Stat-BGC
Stat 230 Special Topics in Mathematics for Statistics Stat
Stat 231 Probability Theory Probability spaces and random variables; probability distributions and distribution functions; mathematical expectation; convergence of sequences of random variables; laws of large numbers; characteristics functions Stat
Stat 232 Parametric Inference Stat
Stat 233 Linear Models Stat
Stat 234 Multivariate Analysis Stat
Stat 235 Survey of Stochastic Processes Stat
Stat 240 High Dimensional Data High dimensional data; high dimensional data visualization; high dimensional data analysis; dimension reduction; pattern search; clustering; applications Stat
Stat 241 Nonlinear Regression Stat
Stat 242 Econometric Methods Stat
Stat 243 Categorical Data Analysis Stat
Stat 244 Design and Analysis of Clinical Experiments Stat
Stat 245 Survival Analysis Stat
Stat 246 Response Surface Methods Product design and development; optimal designs; response surface models; response surface optimization; applications Stat
Stat 247 Data Mining and Business Intelligence Principles of data mining; methods of data mining; themes of data mining; applications of data mining in business intelligence Stat
Stat 249 Nonparametric Modeling Smoothing methods; kernel smoothing; spline smoothing; regression trees; projection pursuit; nonparametric regression; cross-validation; scoring; high dimensional predictors; additive models; backfitting Stat
Stat 250 Sampling Designs Concepts in designing sample surveys; non-sampling errors; simple random sampling; systematic sampling; sampling with varying probabilities; stratification, use of auxiliary information; cluster sampling; multi-stage sampling Stat
Stat 251 Survey Operations Stat
Stat 252 Bootstrap Methods Empirical distribution functions; resampling and nonparametric statistical inference; optimality of the bootstrap; bootstrap in hypothesis testing; bootstrap in confidence intervals; bootstrap in regressin models; bootstrap for dependent data Stat
Stat 260 Quantitative Risk Management Market risk; financial time series; copulas; extreme value theory; credit risk models; operational risks Stat
Stat 261 Stochastic Calculus for Finance Continuous-time model; Brownian motion; random walk; quadratic variation; Ito formula; Black-Scholes equation; risk-neutral measure; martingale representation theorem; fundamental theorems of asset pricing Stat
Stat 262 Nonparametric Statistics Stat
Stat 263 Bayesian Analysis Stat
Stat 264 Elements of Decision Theory Stat
Stat 265 Robust Statistics Stat
Stat 266 Applied Nonparametric Methods Methods for single, two and k samples; trends and association; nonparametric bootstrap Stat
Stat 267 Advanced Applied Multivariate Analysis Confirmatory factor analysis; multidimensional scaling; correspondence analysis; classification trees; CHAID; procrustes analysis; neural networks; structural equation modeling Stat
Stat 268 Advanced Time Series Analysis Nonstationarity; cointegration; interventions models; state space models; transfer functions; frequency domain; panel data; nonparametric methods for time series; nonparametric prediction; AR-Sieve; block bootstrap Stat
Stat 269 Advanced Categorical Data Analysis Probability structure of categorical data; modeling count data with heterogeneous mean; models for multinomial responses; postulation, estimation, evaluation of various parametrization of models for categorical data; assessment and handling of overdispersion in count data; clustered categorical data; advanced topics Stat-BGC
Stat 270 Exploratory Data Analysis Stat
Stat 271 Statistical Quality Control Stat
Stat 272 Reliability Theory Stat
Stat 273 SIX SIGMA STATISTICS DMAIC (define-measure-analyze-improve-control) methodology; statistical process control; process capability; failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA); measurement system analysis; optimization by experimentation; taguchi method Stat
Stat 274 Market Research The marketing research; data and data generation in marketing research; analytical methods; consumer behavior modeling Stat
Stat 275 Economic Statistics The Philippine Statistical System; surveys being regularly conducted by the system: questionnaire designs, sampling designs, estimators, issues; official statistics being generated: national accounts, consumer price index, input-output table, poverty statistics, leading economic indicators, seasonally adjusted series; statistical methods useful in generating official statistics Stat
Stat 276 Statistics for Geographic Information Systems Stat
Stat 277 Statistics for Image Analysis Stat
Stat 280 Special Fields of Statistics Stat-BGC, Stat
Stat 290 Statistical Consulting Stat
Stat 298 Special Problem Stat
Stat 299 Special Project in Data Science Integration and application of foundations, theories and methods of data analytics to address problems in industry, government, and other sectors; design and implementation of individual or group capstone project that is either project-oriented (engagement with and solution for a client) or research-oriented (work on own or client’s agenda) Stat-BGC
Stat 300 Master's Thesis Stat
Stat 301 Theory of Probability I Stat
Stat 302 Theory of Probability II Stat
Stat 303 Stochastic Processes Stat
Stat 311 Theory of Statistical Inference I Stat
Stat 312 Theory of Statistical Inference II Stat
Stat 313 Decision Theory Stat
Stat 321 Asymptotic Methods for Statistics Stat
Stat 380 Advanced Special Topics Stat
Stat 390 Reading Course Stat
Stat 396 Seminar Stat
Stat 400 Dissertation Stat