College of Education (1926)

Degree Programs and Departments

Bachelor of Secondary Education (4 years)

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Bachelor of Secondary Education (4 years)

Program Description

This four-year program provides academic and clinical preparation for prospective teachers of secondary education through appropriate courses in general education, professional education, and field study/practice teaching. Students may major in the following: Science, English, Mathematics, Filipino, Religious and Values Education, Social Studies, and Technology and Livelihood Education.

Program Goals

  1. Provide future basic education teachers with a solid understanding of classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts underlying human growth and development as these apply to various learning situations through research-informed and research-led teaching
  2. Equip students with sound pedagogical know-how and practice vis-a-vis subject matter content as they plan for instruction through maximum effective use of available low-cost and advanced technological resources
  3. Enable future teachers to understand their unique and ever-changing roles in assessment of and for learning
  4. Establish effective partnership with various stakeholders for purposes of immersion and service learning
  5. Deepen students’ commitment to scholarship of and for teaching, guided by Christian values

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

  1. Discuss the different classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts underlying human growth and development
  2. Apply the different classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts of human growth and development to teaching-learning situations
  3. Explain the different pedagogical theories vis-a-vis subject matter content
  4. Apply the different pedagogical theories, principles, and concepts in instructional planning
  5. Integrate appropriate technology in planning for instruction
  6. Discuss the tools used in assessment of and for learning
  7. Differentiate the roles of teachers in assessment of and for learning
  8. Explain the dynamics of the school system
  9. Apply the knowledge of pedagogical theories and practice through actual classroom teaching under the supervision of a supervising teacher and/or cooperating teacher
  10. Appraise the knowledge, skills, and values they have acquired
  11. Characterize the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas as lifelong learners
Bachelor of Elementary Education, major in Pre-School Education (4 years)

 

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Bachelor of Elementary Education, major in Pre-School Education (4 years)

Program Description

The four-year program provides academic and appropriate training for future elementary school teachers through the general education courses, professional education and field study/practice teaching.  The prospective teacher may major in pre-school education or special education.

Program Goals

  1. Provide future basic education teachers with a solid understanding of classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts underlying human growth and development as these apply to various learning situations through research-informed and research-led teaching
  2. Equip students with sound pedagogical know-how and practice vis-a-vis subject matter content as they plan for instruction through maximum effective use of available low-cost and advanced technological resources
  3. Enable future teachers to understand their unique and ever-changing roles in assessment of and for learning
  4. Establish effective partnership with various stakeholders for purposes of immersion and service learning
  5. Deepen students’ commitment to scholarship of and for teaching, guided by Christian values

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

  1. Discuss the different classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts underlying human growth and development
  2. Apply the different classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts of human growth and development to teaching-learning situations
  3. Explain the different pedagogical theories vis-a-vis subject matter content
  4. Apply the different pedagogical theories, principles, and concepts in instructional planning
  5. Integrate appropriate technology in planning for instruction
  6. Discuss the tools used in assessment of and for learning
  7. Differentiate the roles of teachers in assessment of and for learning
  8. Explain the dynamics of the school system
  9. Apply the knowledge of pedagogical theories and practice through actual classroom teaching under the supervision of a supervising teacher and/or cooperating teacher
  10. Appraise the knowledge, skills, and values they have acquired
  11. Characterize the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas as lifelong learners
Bachelor of Elementary Education, major in Special Education (4 years)

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Bachelor of Elementary Education, major in Special Education (4 years)

Program Description

The four-year program provides academic and appropriate training for future elementary school teachers through the general education courses, professional education and field study/practice teaching.  The prospective teacher may major in pre-school education or special education.

Program Goals

  1. Provide future basic education teachers with a solid understanding of classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts underlying human growth and development as these apply to various learning situations through research-informed and research-led teaching
  2. Equip students with sound pedagogical know-how and practice vis-a-vis subject matter content as they plan for instruction through maximum effective use of available low-cost and advanced technological resources
  3. Enable future teachers to understand their unique and ever-changing roles in assessment of and for learning
  4. Establish effective partnership with various stakeholders for purposes of immersion and service learning
  5. Deepen students’ commitment to scholarship of and for teaching, guided by Christian values

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

  1. Discuss the different classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts underlying human growth and development
  2. Apply the different classical and emerging theories, principles, and concepts of human growth and development to teaching-learning situations
  3. Explain the different pedagogical theories vis-a-vis subject matter content
  4. Apply the different pedagogical theories, principles, and concepts in instructional planning
  5. Integrate appropriate technology in planning for instruction
  6. Discuss the tools used in assessment of and for learning
  7. Differentiate the roles of teachers in assessment of and for learning
  8. Explain the dynamics of the school system
  9. Apply the knowledge of pedagogical theories and practice through actual classroom teaching under the supervision of a supervising teacher and/or cooperating teacher
  10. Appraise the knowledge, skills, and values they have acquired
  11. Characterize the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas as lifelong learners
Bachelor of Science in Food Technology (4 years)

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Bachelor of Science in Food Technology (4 years)

Program Description

This four-year program equips students with necessary competencies in the scientific handling and processing of foods, both in commercial and small-scale industries. The holistic formation of students includes the development of proper work and research ethics.

Program Outcomes

  1. Provide future food technologists with adequate and functional theoretical and practical know-how and understanding of food processing operations;
  2. Expose the students to recent trends and advances in food science and technology that will facilitate effective food processing operations, that addresses industry and community needs;
  3. Establish and maintain favorable local, national, international linkages for purposes of research collaboration, information update, and technology  exchange; and
  4. Develop food technologists endowed with Christian values who are ready to serve the food needs, problems and concerns of target communities.
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics (4 years)

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Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics (4 years)

Program Description

This four-year program equips students with relevant competencies in three areas of nutrition: Hospital Nutrition, Community (Public Health) Nutrition, and Food Service, integrating not only academic and clinical knowledge and skills but also the development of proper values and attitudes in the exercise of the profession.

Program Outcomes

  1. Provide relevant theoretical practical knowledge of food and nutrition necessary for planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating programs for various fields of nutrition and dietetics;
  2. Ensure adequate and responsive immersion of students to different nutrition practicum sites;
  3. Deepen students’ understanding of the discipline through constant exposure to recent trends and developments in the field;
  4. Develop sound human and Christian values and attitudes necessary in addressing the health and nutrition needs of various sectors of the society; and
  5. Coordinate and establish linkages with local and international groups and communities for exchange of expertise and resources, research outputs and best practices geared toward the upliftment of the nutritional status of the Filipino people.
Bachelor of Library and Information Science (4 years)

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Bachelor of Library and Information Science (4 years)

Program Description

This four-year program provides students with opportunities for developing appropriate knowledge, skills, values and attitudes for effective library service. Competencies emphasized include the integration of information technology and management information system for better organization and use of library resources.

Program Outcomes

  1. Develop prospective library and information managers who can efficiently and effectively manage information organizations in any environment, developing partnerships, collaborations, networks, and other structures with all stakeholders and within communities served;
  2. Provide prospective information professionals with adequate technical expertise in the collection, organization, dissemination and preservation of information resources applying the latest trends in Information and Communications Technology (ICT);
  3. Equip students with specialized knowledge and skills in the provision of quality library and information services that are responsive to the user needs; and
  4. Form information professionals endowed with Christian values to meet the ever changing needs of the library clientele.

Updates

Latest News and Events
September 15, 2017 Education welcomes two Indonesian EU-SHARE exchange student
March 15, 2017 Higher Education in the Philippines: VRRA Carillo weighs in through QS Feature
December 9, 2016 Bahrami-Hessari of Special Ed, RCCESI presents poster on crying pre-schoolers in Louisiana confab
November 14, 2016 Espiritu, Patron, BLIS seniors, hailed as 25th LIS Wizard Champions in UP tilt
October 5, 2016 Education hosts national conference on teacher quality
July 7, 2016 PAN-Omega Chapter wins first place in digital video making contest 
June 30, 2016 Barcelon of Food Tech. 310th top Philippine scientist in June 2016 Webometrics citation ranking
June 17, 2016 Asuncion, BSND, attends June-July summer program of University of British Columbia
December 31, 2015 Teacher Education, Library & Information Science programs declared Centers of Excellence
December 20, 2015 Dasas of Teacher Education presents paper in Bangkok
October 27, 2015 Dean de Guzman appointed CHEd technical expert for research, dev’t., and extension grants
October 5, 2015 Dean de Guzman participates in UNESCO, Paris panel discussion regarding education
September 5, 2015 Metrobank Foundation, DepEd, UST launch 2015 National Teachers Month Celebration
August 21, 2015 UST posts 98.77% passing rate in August 2015 nutritionist-dietitian licensure exams; grad ranks 7th
August 19, 2015 VRAA Carillo shares UST’s approach to internationalization in QS-South Africa
August 15, 2015 UST takes active role in promoting inclusive education
August 7, 2015 Rementina, BEEd-SpEd, attends 6th University Scholars Leadership Symposium in Hong Kong
July 28, 2015 Aperocho of Special Education represents UST in Special Olympics Social Impact Summit, attends Special Olympics World Games
July 25, 2015 VRAA Carillo delivers plenary speech in Asian University Digital Resource Network
June 30, 2015 Education, nutrition programs granted Level IV status

 

Center of Excellence in Teacher Education

recognized by the Commission on Higher Education

Bachelor of Secondary Education

Bachelor of Elementary Education

Degree Programs Awarded the Highest Accreditation Level

by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation

Bachelor of Secondary Education

Bachelor of Elementary Education

Bachelor of Science in Food Technology

Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics

Prof. Allan B. de Guzman, PhD

Dean and Faculty Researcher

2011 Metrobank Outstanding Teacher

Assoc. Prof. Eufemio G. Barcelon, PhD

Faculty Researcher

Rank #310 in 2016 Webometrics Philippines Ranking of Scientists

Our Identity

Vision

An innovative college informed by competence, commitment, and compassion

Mission

Engage in the formation of authentic and mature Christian educators, food technologists, nutritionist-dietitians, and library and information professionals endowed with a sense of social responsibility and a desire for leadership in the spirit of service in their fields of specialization

Goals
  1. Prepare Christian educators with needed basic general education coupled with an area of specialization and equipped with sound pedagogical theories and 21st century skills necessary for effective delivery of teaching and learning processes in basic education level;
  1. Form Nutritionist-Dietitians and Food Technologists endowed with conceptual, technical, and human relations skills to be able to contribute to the improvement of the nutritional status of the Filipinos and the advancement of knowledge frontiers through sustained and meaningful engagement in scientific researches geared toward the development of food-related industry in the country.
  1. Provide prospective information professionals with the necessary competencies and technology-enhanced skills for effective delivery of relevant, functional, and state-of-the-art library and information services vis-à-vis the systematic organization, conservation, preservation, and restoration of books, historical and cultural documents and other intellectual properties.
Philosophy

Bringing ideas to life through innovative breakthroughs (BILIB sa UST Eduk)

Patron Saint

Saint Joseph of Calasanz

Thomasian Graduate Attributes (ThoGAs)

Institutional Intended Learning Outcomes

A UST College of Education is expected to:

Lifelong Learner
  • demonstrate excellence in discipline knowledge and skills validated against national and/or international standards, whenever applicable
  • pursue continuous upgrading of competencies to ensure mastery of knowledge and skills required by the profession or area of specialization
  • show ability to deal with new life situations and challenges, including those resulting from advancements in information and media technology
  • manifest Christian values and continuous deepening of faith and spirituality
Creative and critical thinker
  • express personal and professional insights through an ethical, fact-based, and information-processed approach
  • display passion for truth and creativity by engaging in research and disseminating its output
  • show judiciousness and resourcefulness in making personal and professional decisions
  • uphold Catholic teachings relevant to various social issues and life situations
Effective communicator and collaborator
  • express oneself clearly, correctly, and confidently in various environments, contexts, and technologies of human interaction
  • contribute effectively in achieving objectives and tasks that require teamwork
  • work productively with individuals or groups from diverse cultures and demographics
  • show profound respect for individual differences and/or uniqueness as members of God’s creation
Servant-leader
  • demonstrate respect for human dignity, regardless of race, religion, age, and gender
  • show leadership abilities to promote advocacies for life, freedom, justice, and solidarity in the service of the Church, the family, the global and local communities, and the environment
  • engage in extension programs that optimize the application of their content knowledge and practical competencies
  • reach out with Christian compassion to the poor and marginalized

Our Initiatives

This project aims to develop and implement new ways of teaching and instructional delivery through pilot testing of emerging pedagogies and approaches consistent with the changing classroom landscape and learner orientation

This project aims to establish a functional, relevant and up-to-date information, dissemination means that would keep both the students, faculty, alumni and the general public aware of the developments, initiatives and innovations undertaken by the programs in the college.

Operation in the principle: Every faculty and student, a researcher, this project endeavors to provide a fertile and sustaining climate that supports the conduct and dissemination of scholarly outputs to advance knowledge frontiers in the discipline, improve disciplinal practices and inform policy initiatives.

 

This project aims to create a space for the development of spiritualy-led teachers and students whose dispositions are rooted on prayerful dependence on God whose interactions with others reflect relational harmony, grace and mercy and whose hears are informed by compassion for others

This project aims to provide the faculty and students with health promotion initiatives geared toward enhancing productivity, teamwork, morale, and effectiveness.

This project aims to establish meaningful platforms geared toward engaging and empowering students as learners, collaborators and leaders in the field.

This project initiative capitalizes on the maximum effective use of information and communications technology in advancing student learning and in addressing the ever increasing demands of various professional groups for new learning and field advancement.

This project endeavors to establish a dynamic partnership with parents in facilitating the holistic development of students as they move from on transition stage to another.

This project aims to strengthen existing college resources, both human and non-human through sustained and functional linkages with institutions, agencies and units here and abroad. This  is managed by a coordinator for internationalization under the Office for International Relations and Programs (OIRP) of the university. This unit in the university was opened in response to the challenge of the ASEAN Economic Integration.

This project aims to strengthen the unique and pivotal role of the alumni in furthering the vision-mission of the college in various areas of engagement.

Driven by the idea that the school is a privileged place where cultural transmission occurs, this project purports to promote a deep sense of rootedness and appreciation for the Filipino culture among the various sectors in the school community.

This project aims to provide support structure and mechanism to teachers, both preservice and in-service as they face the demands and expectations of the newly implemented K to 12 program in the country.

This project purports to provide in-house faculty with varied learning opportunities to grow professionally and advance disciplinal understanding through exposure to relevant teacher development activities that deepen and strengthen both their content and pedagogical orientations in their field of expertise. THis comes in the form of short-term fellowships, exposure trips and benchmarking activities here and abroad.

Cognizant of changing socio-economic landscape of university students vis-a-vis the potential threat of increasing number of school leavers, this project aims to democratize students’ access to college education through increased provision of alternative sources for financial assistant to underprivileged and yet deserving students to finish their program of study with the sustained and unprecedented support from the alumni, industry partners and other agencies.

This project aims to provide  a fertile ground for the sharing and exchange of innovative teaching practices in various disciplines that are geared toward facilitating better and active student learning engagement.

Administration, Officials, and Staff

Administration
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PROF. ALLAN B. DE GUZMAN, PhD

Dean

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Regent
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ASST. PROF. KASHMER T. CRUZ, MBioEd

College Secretary

 

Chairpersons
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MR. ALVIN RINGGO C. REYES, MA

Chairperson, Department of Teacher Education

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ASST. PROF. ELIZABETH H. ARENAS, PhD

Chairperson, Department of Food Technology

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ASST. PROF. CRISTINA C. SAGUM, MA

Chairperson, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics

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ASSOC. PROF. ZENDEL TARUC, PhD

Chairperson, Departmento ng Filipino

University-Level Department

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ASST. PROF. MA. PRI-ANN TINIPUNAN, MA

Coordinator, Library and Information Science

Dean's Council
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PROF. ALLAN B. DE GUZMAN, PhD

Chairperson

REV. FR. WINSTON F. CABADING, O.P., SThL-MA

Member

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ASST. PROF. LORETO S. SAUZ, MEd

Member

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ASSOC. PROF. JOEL L. ADAMOS, MMEd

Member

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ASSOC. PROF. ELEANOR O. SIBUG, MS

Member

Support Staff

Office of the Dean

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MRS. JANET C. MENDOZA

Office Secretary

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MR. ELMDALE R. NAGTALON

Office Clerk

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MR. SYMON LAGAO

Office Clerk

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MR. GREG ANTHONY M. BONDOY

Office Clerk

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MR. JERICO C. CERTEZA

Office Clerk

MR. CHRISTIAN BIEN H. LAGMAY
Working Scholar

 

Laboratories

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MR. RONALD B. BALBIN

Biology and Physics Laboratory Assistant

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MR. RAMON C. BAYSON

Chemistry Laboratory Assistant

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MR. JIMMY BOY M. ESPIRITU

Computer Laboratory Technician

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MR. MARK JOSEPH L. TRIVIÑO

Food Technology Laboratory Assistant

History

Deans

Prof. Allan B. de Guzman, PhD

2015-Present

Prof. Clotilde N. Arcangel, PhD

1999-2015

Prof. Lourdes J. Custodio, PhD

1988-1999

Prof. Teresita Infante, PhD

1986-1988

Ms. Ma. Minerva A. Gonzalez

1984-1986

Prof. Lourdes J. Custodio, PhD

1972-1984

Fr. Antonio Gonzales, O.P.

1963-1972

Fr. Jesus Diaz, O.P.

1960-1963

Fr. Tomas Martinez, O.P.

1957-1960

Fr. Excelso Garcia, O.P.

1956-1957

Fr. Vidal Clemente, O.P.

1952-1956

Fr. Aurelio Valbuena, O.P.

1949-1952

Fr. Evaristo Bazaco, O.P.

1945-1949

Fr. Eugenio Jordan, O.P.

1933-1945

Fr. Silvestre Sancho, O.P.

1926-1933

Regents

Fr. Winston F. Cabading, O.P., SThL-MA

2017-Present

Fr. Jesus M. Miranda, Jr., O.P., PhD

2013-2016

Fr. Maximo P. Gatela, O.P.

2012-2013

Fr. Romulo V. Rodriguez, O.P., JCD

2002-2012

Fr. Juan V. Ponce, O.P.

2000-2002

Fr. Rolando D. Mactal, O.P., SThD

1999-2000

Fr. Franklin F. Beltran, O.P., PhD

1991-1999

Fr. Javier Gonzalez, O.P.

1990-1991

Fr. Rolando V. de la Rosa, O.P., PhD, SThD

1989-1990

Fr. Rafael Lusuegro, O.P.

1988-1989

Fr. Ramonclaro Mendez, O.P.

1984-1988

Fr. Maximiliano Rebollo, O.P.

1980-1984

Fr. Antonio Gonzales, O.P.

1972-1980

Assistant Deans

*The position no longer exists.

Prof. Jose Dakila N. Espiritu, PhD

1999-2006

Prof. Clarita D. Carillo, PhD

1994-1999

Assoc. Prof. Pilar I. Romero, PhD

1993-1994

Mrs. Teresita V. Cendaña

1988-1993

Prof. Clotilde N. Arcangel, PhD

1987-1988

Mrs. Teresita V. Cendaña

1984-1987

Ms. Fe San

1982-1984

Assistant Dean for Foods and Nutrition

Ms. Ma. Minerva A. Gonzalez

1982-1984

Assistant Dean for Teacher Education

Prof. Lourdes J. Custodio, PhD

1967-1972

Prof. Apolinar Matias, PhD

1960-1967

Prof. Ricarda Sian, PhD

1945-1960