College of Arts and Sciences

College of Arts and Sciences

COLLEGE INFO

Head: Dean
Mae Brigitt Bernadel L. Villordon
Phone: +035 4226002 loc 300

ABOUT

The Silliman University College of Arts and Sciences is one of the constituent colleges of Silliman University, a private research university found in Dumaguete City, Province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. Granted Level III accreditation status by recognized accrediting agencies in the Philippine educational system, the College provides undergraduate and graduate instruction in various areas of learning such as in the fields of Anthropology,Creative Writing, English Language, Filipino, History, Literature, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics among others.

The College traces its origins to the year 1909 when the then Silliman Institute offered its first classical two-year A.B. course. In 1921, the College obtained recognition for its offering of a four-year A.B. degree. At about the same time, a science course was also offered, a B.S. degree major in Chemistry.

During its early years of existence and up to the Second World War, the College operated under two independent colleges: the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Sciences, then administered by Silliman’s Department of Instruction. Over the years, these two colleges operated independently of each other. The departments that existed under the set-up were: Bible (1902); Biology (1909); Chemistry (1909); Mathematics (1920); English (1923); and Spanish (1936). In 1947, the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Sciences merged to become the College of Arts and Sciences.

Bachelor of Science in Anthropology / Bachelor of Science in Sociology

Enrollment and Application Procedure for Incoming and Transferee

  1. General Admission Requirements

Any senior high graduate of Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) strand under the Academic track may apply for admission to the BA Anthropology or BA Sociology undergraduate programs.  The applicant shall be interviewed by one or two faculty members of the department about his or her intentions for seeking admission to the program.  This has to be done before processing or finishing the admission requirements of the University. For other pertinent aspects governing policies, please refer to the University Student Handbook.

The non-HUMSS applicant will be admitted to the program provided that he/she will get a grade of 2.0 or higher in all subjects that are categorized as humanities (e.g. CHS 1 and 2) and social sciences (e.g. GE 1: Understanding the self) during the prescribed period or semesters.

For Transferee and Shiftee

Any transfer student seeking admission into the programs of the Department must apply for formal admission into the university before his/her credentials are considered.  A total of 9 units of major subjects earned from other accredited schools or highly recognized institutions may be given advance credit provided that the course description and content are similar to what is offered by the Department.

The department chairperson or a faculty member shall interview the applicant about his/her intentions for seeking admission.

The following are the guidelines for admission:

Admission is based on scholastic performance in General Education and Social Science courses.  An applicant with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 may be admitted into the program.

A student seeking admission whose grade point average is lower than 2.0 may be given special consideration if he/she demonstrates academic potential. The student may be allowed to enroll on provisional status and shall be fully admitted after satisfactorily taking a total of 9 units of coursework and reaching the required grade point average of 2.0 or better. Provisional status should only be within a semester after which the student is refused admission and advised to shift.

Upon admission (provisional or full) the student shall automatically become a member of the Junior Anthropologists and Sociologists Society (JASS) where he/she is expected to actively participate in its relevant activities and abide by its constitution.

All requirements for the degree should be completed in four (4) years within the program.

Online Enrollment

  1. Online requirements
    1. For incoming first year and transferee, once credentials have been submitted to the Registrar Office, a letter of intent stating your reason for enrolling in the chosen program (BA Anthropology or BA Sociology) should also be emailed to [email protected]
    2. Those who will shift to our department, the same letter of intent is required to be sent to the department’s email.
  2. Approval and Interview
    1. Once the required documents are received by the Department, the prospective student will be contacted and scheduled for an online interview with a faculty.
    2. After the interview, the Department will issue an approval letter for the applicant in order to proceed with the enrollment process.
  3. Continuing student
    1. Go to the Silliman website to enroll and check your Silliman account for your subjects.
    2. Contact the Department for other concerns regarding enrollment.

Biology Department

Admission Requirements

A. FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (STEM/STEAM STRAND) GRADUATES

  1. General Quality Point Average (QPA): 80% or higher
  2. No grade should be lower than 80% in the following subjects:
    • General Biology 1, General Biology 2
    • General Chemistry 1, General Chemistry 2
    • General Physics 1, General Physics 2
    • Pre-calculus, Basic calculus

B. FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (NON-STEM/STEAM STRAND & NON-ACADEMIC TRACK) GRADUATES

  1. General Quality Point Average (QPA): 80% or higher
  2. No grade should be lower than 80% in the following subjects:
    • Earth & Life Science
    • Physical Science
    • General Math
    • Statistics & Probability
    • Research 1 (Qualitative research)
    • Research 2 (Quantitative research)
    • Inquiries, Investigation & Immersion
  3. Required to take augmentation subjects (listed below) during the first year after admission and get a grade of 80% or higher
    • Gen. Bio. (ALA)
    • Chem. 13(2018)
    • Physics 00(ALA)2018
    • Math 00 (AUG) (Pre-calculus, Basic calculus)

C. FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES FROM THE OLD, Pre-K12 CURRICULUM

  1. General Quality Point Average (QPA): 80% and above
  2. Required to take augmentation subjects (listed below) during the first year after admission and get a
    grade of 80% or higher
    • Gen. Bio. (ALA)
    • Chem 13(2018)
    • Physics 00 (ALA)2018
    • Math 00 (AUG) (Pre-calculus, Basic calculus)

D. FOR SHIFTEES FROM OTHER PROGRAMS: See the Department Chairperson for evaluation.


Chemistry Department

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (with *Certificate in Chemical Technology)
*Completion of the first two (2)-year levels in the program allows the student to take the national board examination for Chemical Technicians.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must be a STEM or STEAM graduate from Senior High School with at least a minimum grade of 85%. A student with a science grade average below 85% but above 80% maybe admitted by the Department provided, he will be under a one-semester On Probation status.
  2. At least a grade of 2.0 in all board exam-subjects must be maintained for retention in the program. If the student obtained a grade below 2.0,    he/she must take a series of augmentation exams in that subject (with the teacher’s approval) prior to officially enrolling in the next higher-level chemistry subjects.
  3. In corollary to #2 requirement above, a group of faculty members must evaluate the results of the examinations (augmentation) and determine if the student will continue in the program.

English & Literature Department

We will accept all students from different tracks, however, the grade requirement for Grade 11 and 12 English subjects should be at least 88%.

The following subjects are: Oral Communication, EAPP, RWS, RDL 1, 21st Century Literature, CNF and CW. If the student got a grade below 88% in the aforementioned subjects, they cannot enroll in our 5 programs.


Batsilyer ng Sining sa Filipino

(Bachelor of Arts in Filipino)

Requirements for Admission

Incoming freshmen students who wish to enroll in the AB Filipino Program should meet the following requirements:

  • All strands will be accepted;
  • Should have at least 85% High School general average;
  • Should have at least 85 % in Filipino;
  • Should submit and accomplish necessary department/college/university documents;

For shiftees and transferees, he/she must have attained a grade of at least 2.0 in the basic Filipino courses.


Bachelor of Science in Geology

Admission Requirements and Screening Process 

For School Year 2020-2021

  1. Submit an electronic certified true copy of Senior High School card to the Physics Department’s e-mail address: [email protected] STEAM graduates should not have a grade below 85 in Math, Physics, and Chemistry. For non-STEAM graduates, the General Average Grade must not below 85 and should enroll and pass the Augmentation subjects in Physics and Math with a final grade, not below 2.5. For graduates of Science and Engineering degrees, they should submit an electronic certified true copy of their transcript of records to [email protected]. They must not have a grade below 85 or its equivalent in their major subjects These particular graduates are classified as regular 3rd year students except those without any of the following courses in their baccalaureate programs:
    • Electricity and Magnetism, Optics, and Modern Physics
    • Engineering Drawing and Surveying Method
    • Principles of Geology and Geomorphology
    • Mineralogy
    • Stratigraphy and Historical Geology
    • Calculus
    • Petrology
  1. After submitting the required documents, the applicants will receive an e-mail for a scheduled on-line or electronic interview.
  1. Qualified applicants will be notified by e-mail and may proceed with the enrollment procedures shown on the University website: https://su.edu.ph/admissions-procedures/

For inquiries, please contact the SU Physics Department through:
Email: [email protected]
Tel #: (035) 4226002 loc 317


Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

Admission Policy

  1. Entering math majors must be a bona fide senior high school graduate and have an average grade of at least 85% in all his or her mathematics subject(s) in the senior high school.
  1. A shifter or transferee must comply with the basic requirement and must have a cumulative QPA of at least 2.0 (or its equivalent if coming from other schools) prior to his application to the BS Mathematics program.
  1. If the applicant meets the aforementioned requirements, then she/he fills out the BS Math application form and submits herself/himself for an interview with the Department Head for final assessment.

Retention Policy and Graduation Requirements

  1. After the sophomore year, the BS Math student must have a minimum Mathematics QPA of 2.5 (June 24, 2011, Faculty Meeting). To qualify for graduation, the BS Math candidate must have an overall QPA of 2.0 (Board of Trustee Action 063)
  1. Evaluation of student’s academic standing is done at the outset of the ensuing school year by his or her adviser. A BS Math student may be asked to repeat certain courses to improve his/her academic standing in order to meet Departmental standards (Office of the Registrar Policy).

Program Goals

The BS Math graduates shall be equipped with enhanced mathematical and critical thinking skills. Graduates are expected to have developed deeper appreciation and understanding of the importance of mathematics in history and the modern world. They will be able to do research or perform jobs that require analytical thinking and quantitative skills.

The program provides students with substantial exposure to the breadth and depth of mathematics, from classical to contemporary, and from theoretical to applied. The curriculum covers foundational courses in core areas of mathematics as well as advanced courses that will help prepares graduates to pursue higher studies or work in a variety of fields.

Professions/careers/occupations for BS Math graduates

Graduates of BS Math often obtain jobs in education (teaching high school math courses or tertiary level elementary/service courses), statistics, actuarial science, operations research, risk management, business and economics, banking and finance, and computing and information technology.


Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Here’s how to apply for the BS in Pharmacy program of Silliman University College of Arts and Sciences:

STEP 1: Submit a true certified copy of the Senior High School card to the Pharmacy program e-mail address: [email protected]. The applicant must have a GPA of 85% and above with no grade below 83% in all subjects.

STEP 2: After passing the grade assessment, the department will then e-mail the applicant an essay-type examination.

Step 3: Qualified applicants will be notified and may proceed with the enrollment process listed on the University website: https://su.edu.ph/admissions/admisssions-procedures/

**LIMITED SLOTS ONLY**

For inquiries, please contact the Pharmacy program at:
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel no.: 422-6002 local 300

Enrollment and Application Procedure for Incoming and Transferee

I. General Admission Requirements
Any senior high graduate of Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) strand under the Academic track may apply for admission to the BA Anthropology or BA Sociology undergraduate programs. The applicant shall be interviewed by one or two faculty members of the department about his or her intentions for seeking admission to the program. This has to be done before processing or finishing the ad-mission requirements of the University. For other pertinent aspects governing policies, please refer to the University Student Handbook.

Non-HUMSS applicant will be admitted to the program provided that he/she will get a grade of 2.0 or higher in all subjects that are categorized as humanities (e.g. CHS 1 and 2) and social sciences (e.g. GE 1: Understanding the self) during the prescribed period or semesters.

For Transferee and Shiftee

Any transfer student seeking admission into the programs of the Department must apply for formal admission into the university before his/her credentials are considered. A total of 9 units of major subjects earned from other accredited schools or highly recognized institutions may be given advance credit provided that the course description and content are similar to what is offered by the Department.

The department chairperson or a faculty member shall interview the applicant about his/her intentions for seeking admission.

The following are the guidelines for admission:
Admission is based on scholastic performance in General Education and Social Science courses. An applicant with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 may be admitted into the program.

A student seeking admission whose grade point average is lower than 2.0 may be given special consideration if he/she demonstrates academic potential. The student may be allowed to enroll on provisional status and shall be fully admitted after satisfactorily taking a total of 9 units of coursework and reaching the required grade point average of 2.0 or better. Provisional status should only be within a semester after which the student is refused admission and advised to shift.

Upon admission (provisional or full) the student shall automatically become a member of the Junior Anthropologists and Sociologists Society (JASS) where he/she is expected to actively participate in its relevant activities and abide by its constitution.

All requirements for the degree should be completed in four (4) years within the program.

II. Online Enrollment

  1. Requirements
    a. For incoming first year and transferee, once credentials have been submitted to the Registrar Office, a letter of intent stating your reason for enrolling in the chosen program (BA Anthropology or BA Sociology) should also be emailed to [email protected]
    b. Those who will shift to our department, the same letter of intent is required to be sent to the department’s email.
  2. Approval and Interview
    a. Once required documents are received by the Department, the prospective student will be contacted and scheduled for an online interview with a faculty.
    b. After the interview, the Department will issue an approval letter for the applicant in order to proceed with the enrollment process.
  3. Continuing student
    a. Go to Silliman website to enroll and check your Silliman account for your subjects.
    b. Contact the Department for other concerns regarding enrollment.

Admission Requirements

  1. Must be a STEM or STEAM graduate from Senior High School with at least a minimum grade of 85%. A student with a science grade average below 85% but above 80% maybe admitted by the Department provided, he will be under a one-semester On Probation status.
  2. At least a grade of 2.0 in all board exam-subjects must be maintained for retention in the program. If the student obtained a grade below 2.0, he/she must take a series of augmentation exams in that subject (with the teacher’s approval) prior to officially enrolling in the higher-level chemistry subjects.
  3. In corollary to #2 requirement above, a group of faculty members must evaluate the results of the examinations (augmentation) and determine if the student will continue in the program.

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy

Admission Procedure and Requirements for School Year 2020-2021

The Philosophy Department accepts students from all tracks and strands. It adopts the University procedure and requirements for admission of incoming freshmen. For the procedure and requirements visit: http://my.su.edu.ph/enrollment

For inquiries, contact the following:
email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Telephone No: 4226002 local 358


Bachelor of Science in Physics

All strands will be accepted/admitted

Admission Requirements/Policy for incoming 1st year:

The Physics Department observes the Open Admission, Selective Retention Policy in its curricular offering.

Admission Requirements

A. FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (STEM/STEAM STRAND) GRADUATES

  1. General Quality Point Average (QPA): 80% or higher
  2. No grade should be lower than 80% in the following subjects:
    • General Biology 1, General Biology 2 General Physics 1, General Physics 2
    • General Chemistry 1, General Chemistry2 Pre-calculus, Basic calculus

B. FOR SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (NON-STEM/STEAM STRAND & NON-ACADEMIC TRACK) GRADUATES

  1. General Quality Point Average (QPA): 80% or higher
  2. No grade should be lower than 80% in the following subjects:
    • Earth & Life Science Research 1 (Qualitative research)
    • Physical Science Research 2 (Qualitative research)
    • General Math Inquiries, Investigation & Immersion
    • Statistics & Probability
  1. Required to take augmentation subjects (listed below) during the first year after admission and get a grade of 80% or higher
    • Gen. Bio. (ALA) Physics 00(ALA)2018
    • Chem. 13(2018) Math 00 (AUG) (Pre-calculus, Basic calculus)

C. FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES UNDER THE OLD, Pre-K12 CURRICULUM

  1. General Quality Point Average (QPA): 80% and above
  2. Required to take augmentation subjects (listed below) during the first year after admission and get a grade of 80% or higher
    • Gen. Bio. (ALA)
    • Chem 13(2018)
    • Physics 00 (ALA)2018
    • Math 00 (AUG) (Pre-calculus, Basic calculus)

D. FOR SHIFTEES FROM OTHER PROGRAMS: See the Department Chairperson for evaluation.


BS Psychology

Admission Policy

The Department of Psychology accepts first year students who were in the STEAM and HUMMS tracks at Senior High School.

Admission Requirements

  1. Submit an electronic certified true copy of Senior High School card to the Psychology Department via email.
  2. Senior high school average of at least 80%.
  3. After submitting the required documents, the applicant will receive an email from the Psychology Department and will be asked to answer an entrance essay.
  4. Qualified applicants will be notified and may proceed with the enrollment process listed on the University website: https://su.edu.ph/admission-procedures/

For more information, contact the Psychology Department through:
Email: [email protected]
Tel no. (035) 422-6002 local 354


BS Social Work

Admission and Retention Policies

Admission Requirements

  1. The department accepts senior high school graduates coming from any of the  4 Academic  Tracks – GAS, ABM, STEM and HUMS
  2. Entering Freshmen students must:
    – Have a general average of 80% or better
    – Comply with all needed requirements specified by the admission office
  3. Transferees and shiftees must have a minimum QPA of 2.0

Retention

In order for students to remain under the Social Work Program, he/she must:

  1. Maintain a term QPA of at least 2.0
  2. Maintain a 2.0 grade in all professional courses
  3. Must not be placed on academic probation for 2 semesters
  4. A student who does not get the required QPA of 2.0 is placed on academic probation during the succeeding semester with these conditions:
    – The student may be required to repeat certain subjects, or carry a reduced load to improve or earn quality points.
    – The student must not incur any unexcused absences from regular classes, his college’s assembly, or the University convocation.
    – The student is ineligible to represent university in any public performance or activity, or hold any major office without his Dean’s permission.
    – A student on academic probation must attain the minimum QPA in the following semester. If he/she cannot get the required QPA, he/she would be dropped from the department. This action is automatic unless the college, or faculty, or the designated committee decided to extend the probation period.

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Education:
  • MA-English (Literary Studies)
Torres ,
Adolfo D.
Rank: Instructor
Education:
  • LlB