College of Nursing and Other Allied Health
The College of Nursing shall be an institution producing effective leaders and dominant professionals in the field of nursing and health care practice highly qualified in the local and global markets.
Nursing education is committed to develop persons who are caring, resposible, nationalistic, creative and critical thinking generalists, who, open completion of the program shall demonstrate professional competencies.
The School of Midwifery shall be an institution producing effective leaders and dominant professionals in the field of Midwifery and Health Care Practice highly qualified in the local and global markets.
Midwifery Education is committed to develop persons who are caring, responsible and supporting women giving birth, creative and critical thinking midwives, who, upon completion of the program can conduct deliveries on her own responsibility and to care for the newborn and the infant.
The College of Criminology aims to set the standard for education in the study of crime and criminal justice and to develop legal knowledge with highest values of honesty, integrity and commitment for an effective response to crimes.
The College of Criminology aspires to educate and prepare individuals in criminological studies that endeavor to produce desirable and competent professionals that are morally effective in the field of criminology and law enforcement.
College of Criminology
College of Arts and Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Bachelor of Science in Midwifery (BSM)
Bachelor of Science in Physical Theraphy (BSPT)
TESDA Course: Caregiving
Bachelor of Arts Major in:
Bachelor of Science in Criminology (BSCRIM)
Associate in Arts in
Police and Public Administration (AA)