College of Education

College of Education

COLLEGE INFO

Head: Dean
Batchiba R. Lacdo-o
Phone: +035 4226002 loc 360

ABOUT

The College of Education, is duly accredited by the Philippine Association of Accredited Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU). It seeks to provide the integration of the general education curriculum and the professional education of teachers in the secondary, elementary and early childhood levels. It aims to develop teachers with competencies in a chosen discipline – managing teachinglearning processes, leading and facilitating groups and organizations imbued with responsibility and accountability, citizenship and service, and commitment to Christian faith and democratic living and to provide, maintain, update relevant programs for related occupations (librarians, dieticians, guidance, counseling) responsive to the emerging needs and demands of educational and other related institutions. To achieve the goals and objectives of the teacher education program, the College provides well-equipped laboratory schools and other facilities for the major fields in cooperation with the various departments of Silliman University. It has a highly qualified faculty with graduate degrees earned here and abroad.

The College of Education seeks to meet the needs of the following groups of students: those preparing to teach in the early childhood, element ary, and secondary schools and colleges; those preparing for educational work in the trades and industries and in other related fields; those whose major interests are in other fields but who desire courses in education; and graduate students preparing for teaching, guidance counseling and supervisory or administrative positions.

Please refer to the University Admission Requirement


Admission Requirements

All applicants for admission to the College of Education must possess the following qualification set by the Academic Promotions and Retention Committee:

FIRST YEAR APPLICANTS

  1. A High school average of at least 80%.
  2. Certified as a person of good moral character attested by the principal, & two other respected member of the community.
  3. Submitted two copies of 2×2 pictures taken within the last 6 months.
  4. Presented a marriage contract, if applicable.
  5. Filled out Student Profile.

RETURNING STUDENTS

  1. Must secure a permit to enroll at the Admission & Registrar’s Office before the student can proceed with her/his enrollment. Student can email [email protected]
  2. Must then proceed to the College of Education or email [email protected] for advising.

TRANSFEREE STUDENTS

  1. Fulfill requirements of 2, 3, 4, 5 (above).
  2. Must present a copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) to the Office of the Registrar & Admission or email to [email protected]. ORA forwards TOR to the College for further evaluation & recommendation.
  3. Must have at least 85% general average or QPA of 2.5. Those with general average of below 85% or QPA below 2.5 may be accepted on an On-Probation (OP) status.
  4. Must pass the validation test of subject/s as recommended by the concerned department.
  5. The student will be informed by email on the result of their validation test.

All students must provide the college copies of their credentials for evaluation purposes. They may submit through email ad at [email protected]

For students who will take Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) must:

  1. Present a medical certificate from Silliman University Clinic that he/she is physically fit to do strenuous activities.
  2. Submit a certification of good moral character from previous school.
  3. Be inclined to sports activities.

All students must meet the standard set by the College where they are expected to obtain a Cumulative QPA of 2.5 in all professional courses. Incoming senior students are required to retake a professional subject if their grade (CQPA) is below 2.5.

For Online Enrollment

FIRST YEAR/TRANSFEREES/RETURNING APPLICANTS

  1. All credentials & other documents required must be submitted or email directly to the University Admission and Registrar’s Office ([email protected]).
  1. Similar copy of documents shall be submitted to the College of Education, or emailed to [email protected]

CONTINUING STUDENTS

  1. Students will be provided with proposed subjects that can be viewed through mySilliman using their given password upon enrolment  once payment is done.
  2. Students will be provided with teacher adviser each year level.

SHIFTEES

  1. Must have a QPA of 2.5.
  2. Must submit a copy of her/his Shifting Form with complete grades for evaluation or email to [email protected].
  3. Must submit a certification of good moral character attested by the College Dean or the Guidance Counselor or email it to [email protected].

Home Economics – Nutrition and Dietetics

FIRST YEAR APPLICANTS

General Requirements:

  • Applicants must be graduates of the STEM/STEAM tracks of Senior High School; non-STEM/STEAM graduates may be admitted but must enroll in an augmentation course.
  • Applicants must have an average grade of at least 80% from their Senior High School; those whose general average falls below 80% shall be considered for admission but shall be placed on probationary status for one semester.

Specific Requirements:

Following the evaluation of the submitted documents, qualified applicants will be scheduled for an interview with the Chairperson of the Department via telephone call.

TRANSFER APPLICANTS

General Requirements:

  • Applicants whose previous coursework from their former school are either BSND or its equivalent (e.g. BS Community Nutrition) may be allowed admission provided that their general average or quality point average is equivalent to at least 80%; those whose previous coursework is not BSND or its equivalent may still be allowed admission provided that the general average or quality point average is equivalent to at least 80%.
  • All applications will be evaluated for all completed work from other institutions (e.g. credits).

 Specific Requirements:

Following the evaluation of the submitted documents, qualified applicants will be scheduled for an interview with the Chairperson of the Department via telephone call.

SHIFTING APPLICANTS

General Requirements:

  • Applicants from other programs in the University may be allowed admission provided that their cumulative quality point average (cQPA) is equivalent to at least 80%; those whose cQPA falls below 80% shall be considered for admission but shall be be placed on probationary status for one semester.
  • All applications will be evaluated for all completed work from the previous program.

Specific Requirements:

  • Shifting Form (issued by the unit of the applicant’s previous program)
  • Copies of ALL requirements submitted to the Registrar and Admissions Office (for a list of requirements from the ORA, please visit http://su.edu.ph/admissions/admission-procedures-2/#1591859781775-b766e233-d950); these must be emailed to [email protected] preferably in PDF format
  • Physical examination certification issued by a registered physician which attests the applicant’s fitness for academic work. This may be accomplished during the first semester for SY 2020-2021. As an option, applicants may get their certifications from their family doctors or the City/Municipal Health Officers of their locality and then sent as an email attachment to the Department. All are enjoined to strictly follow the guidelines issued by the IATF, DOH, and local government units of their area.
  • The following additional requirements must be submitted to the Department as soon as practicable:
    • 1 pc. 2×2 I.D. picture
    • 1 pc. Expandable long folder (color green)
    • 1 pc. Clear index tab

Following the evaluation of the submitted documents, qualified applicants will be scheduled for an interview with the Chairperson of the Department via telephone call.

For questions and clarification please contact:
MRS. CYRENE F. ASEÑAS
Department Secretary
Email: [email protected]; mobile number: 0975-856-9890

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