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PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The AB Communication Program intends to prepare the graduates to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Manifest high quality of job performance and apply a well-rounded communication process in the workplace with focus and emphasis on media and communication professions;
  • Assume career works in areas as excellent media and communication practitioners, leaders, advertising managers, multimedia designers, researchers, communications analysts, technical writers, and professionals in jobs related to the field of mass communication; and
  • Display a deep level of understanding of the role of communication in social change over time and across the globe; expanding integrated perspective on complex media systems, technologies, communication strategies, and communication theory and history.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Students graduating from the AB Communication Program can meet twenty first century communication challenges and issues with confidence, creativity, and adaptability. In consultation with the experts in the field and its constituents, the AB Communication Program sets its Program Outcomes as follows:

  • Apply the knowledge of complex and various areas of communication so that they will be able to:
    • Describe and analyze communication principles, theories, cases, and techniques; and
    • Simplify communication process personally, socially, and professionally; synthesize complex communication encounter, and construct and reconstruct a research related to the field of media and communication.
  • Master some refined skills so that they can:
    • Engage in self-directed or small group projects and collaboratively and successfully work in a team; and
    • Design and complete any form of multimedia project which benefits both organization and community.
  • Demonstrate positive values and attitudes so that they can:
    • Accept, respect, and agree with the perspective of others intellectually and professionally; and
    • Volunteer to help, participate and engage in meaningful projects and conversations, and contribute to the growth and development of other people and the community.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years after graduation, the graduates of Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Pre-school Education are expected to:

  • Manifest basic and higher level literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking, and learning skills needed for higher learning;
  • Demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession;
  • Facilitate learning of diverse types of learners in multicultural learning environment;
  • Create and innovate alternative teaching approaches, take informed risks in trying out these innovative approaches, and evaluate the effectiveness of such approaches in improving student learning;
  • Assume leadership role in one’s career, profession, and community;
  • Engage in continuing professional development by pursuing post graduate studies and building professional links with colleagues to enrich teaching practice; and
  • Maintain stature and behaviour that uphold the dignity of teaching in addition to being competent and dedicated Filipino Christian teachers.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Immediately after graduation, the graduates of Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Pre-school Education are expected to:

  • Apply theories and concepts, principles and strategies in teaching pre-school education;
  • Use information on the learning styles and needs of pre-school learners to design and select learning experiences;
  • Integrate Christian values by fostering the holistic development of pre-school learners;
  • Create situations that encourage learners to use higher order thinking skills;
  • Establish learning environments that respond to the aspirations of the community;
  • Keep abreast of current educational trends, changes and issues through professional training and development and research related activities; and
  • Engage in outreach program using one’s talent and skills

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years after graduation, the graduates of Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in English or Mathematics are expected to:

  • Manifest basic and higher level literacy, communication, numeracy, critical thinking, and learning skills needed for higher learning;
  • Demonstrate and practice the professional and ethical requirements of the teaching profession;
  • Facilitate learning of diverse types of learners in multicultural learning environment;
  • Create and innovate alternative teaching approaches, take informed risks in trying out these innovative approaches, and evaluate the effectiveness of such approaches in improving student learning;
  • Engage in continuing professional development by pursuing post graduate studies and building professional links with colleagues to enrich teaching practice;
  • Maintain stature and behaviour that upholds the dignity of teaching in addition to being competent and dedicated Filipino Christian teachers; and
  • Assume leadership role in one’s career, profession, and community.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Immediately after graduation, the graduates of Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English or Mathematics are expected to:

  • Demonstrate meaningful and comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter they will teach;
  • Use information on the learning styles and needs of learners to design and select learning experiences;
  • Integrate Christian values by fostering the holistic development of learners;
  • Create situations that encourage learners to use higher order thinking skills;
  • Establish learning environments that respond to the aspirations of the community;
  • Keep abreast with recent developments in education through professional training and development and educational researches; and
  • Engage in outreach program using one’s talent and skills.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Guidance and Counseling program is designed so that future human services counselors receive training in several areas of competency. The eight areas of competency are:

  • Professional Orientation and Ethical Practice;
  • Social and Cultural Diversity;
  • Human Growth and Development;;
  • Career Development;
  • Helping Relationships;
  • Group Work;
  • Assessment; and
  • Research and Program Evaluation.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

An individual who completes a bachelor’s degree in Guidance and Counseling is able to demonstrate the major generic knowledge, skills and attitudes that are required in all human service work. The training and preparation of the individual worker within this framework may vary as a function of the work setting, the specific client population served, and the level of organization work.

Specifically, a Letranite who completes a bachelor’s degree in Guidance and Counseling should be able to:

  • Adhere to established professional code of ethics that defines the professional context within which the counselor works, in order to maintain professional standards and safeguard the client;
  • Analyze multicultural and pluralistic trends and use a variety of technology in the delivery of school counseling core curriculum activities;
  • Identify appropriate psychosocial and biological principles that influence personal growth and development, given a particular context or situation;
  • Examine career opportunities, labor market trends and global economics and use various career assessment techniques to help clients understand their abilities and career interests;
  • Adapt counseling strategies to the individual characteristics of the client, including but not limited to, disability, gender, sexual orientation, developmental level, culture, ethnicity, age, and health status;
  • Design and conduct structured group lessons to deliver the guidance curriculum effectively and in accordance with clients’ developmental needs;
  • Interpret and report standardized tests results and other assessment data to guide clients in individual goal setting, planning and decision-making; and
  • Plan, organize, implement and evaluate a comprehensive, developmental, results- based school counseling program that aligns with the Philippine School Counseling Model.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The BS Psychology program intends to achieve the following educational objectives for the graduates three to five years after graduation from the program:

  • Practice the professional and ethical conduct of psychology in the Filipino and International context;
  • Apply theoretical and professional knowledge, skills and Christian values in psychological assessment and interventions;
  • Communicate the results of psychological assessment and interventions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences;
  • Demonstrate a higher level of analytical, critical thinking and research skills specific to the discipline of psychology; and
  • Undertake further training for the continuous development of existing skills and acquire higher level of competencies through formal graduate education and employment.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

After completion of the program of Psychology, the students are expected to have the following competencies:

  • Demonstrate basic knowledge and skills to successfully pass the board exam to qualify for professional practice;
  • Apply theoretical knowledge and ethical conduct as psychology graduate practitioners;
  • Use appropriate assessment procedures and interventions in various psychological cases;
  • Undertake research using the knowledge and skills in psychology, and communicate the results of such research to improve the profession;
  • Engage in continuous training to develop relevant skills; and
  • Adopt Christian values and attitude of practicing the profession consistent with the mission-vision of Colegio de San Juan de Letran.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years after graduation, the Letran Calamba alumni of Bachelor of Physical Education major in School Physical Education (BPE-SPE) shall:

  • Manifest skills and values of well-rounded educators who value physical activity for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction;
  • Demonstrate, practice and sustain physical fitness and lifelong learning activities essential to the development of professionals in physical education;
  • Uphold the values of education that is Filipino, Dominican and Christian in orientation;
  • Correctly apply the theories, principles, concepts, and skills of Physical Education in the educational setting; and
  • Compete glocally in the area of physical education.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

A graduate of Bachelor of Physical Education major in School Physical Education (BPE-SPE) program must be able to:

  • Develop assessment and evaluation tools in planning and preparing physical education activities, sports, and wellness programs;
  • Create and organize programs and activities for physical education, sports, tourism, wellness, and cultural programs;
  • Acquire, practice develop the pedagogical skills in dealing with and teaching all types of students and clientele in the educational setting;
  • Recognize and promote active lifestyle, value fitness, and experience lifelong recreational activities;
  • Demonstrate physical skills, leadership and managerial capabilities in all activities and programs for both normal and differently abled individuals;
  • Produce good quality research, study, and work outputs that will contribute to the development and enhancement of physical education, sports and exercise; and
  • Create feasible and workable plan for organization, supervision and management of physical education and sports competitions and other related activities.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years after graduation, the Letran Calamba alumni of Bachelor of Physical Education major in Sports and Wellness Management (BPE-SWM) shall:

  • Manifest skills and values of well-rounded fitness and wellness specialists who value physical activity, exercise, sports and recreation for health, enjoyment, challenge, self-expression, and/or social interaction;
  • Demonstrate, practice and sustain physical fitness and lifelong learning activities essential to the development of professionals in Sports and Wellness Management;
  • Uphold the values of education that is Filipino, Dominican and Christian in orientation;
  • Correctly apply the theories, principles, concepts and skills of physical education, recreation, exercise and sports in the fitness and wellness industry; and
  • Compete glocally in the area of sports and wellness.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

A graduate of Bachelor of Physical Education major in Sports and Wellness Management (BPE-SWM) program must able to:

  • Develop assessment and evaluation tools in planning and preparing physical education activities, sports, and wellness programs;
  • Create and organize programs and activities for physical education, sports, tourism, wellness, and cultural programs;
  • Acquire, practice and develop the pedagogical skills in dealing with and teaching all types of students and clientele in the educational setting;
  • Recognize and promote active lifestyle, value fitness, and experience lifelong recreational activities;
  • Demonstrate physical skills, leadership and managerial capabilities in all activities and programs for both normal and differently abled individuals;
  • Produce good quality research, study, and work outputs that will contribute to the development and enhancement of physical education, sports and exercise; and
  • Create feasible and workable plan for organization, supervision and management of physical education and sports competitions, and other related activities.