Available courses

MICROBIOLOGY
FRANCISCO CAMACHO

MICROBIOLOGY

Overview of the microbial world including a survey of the structure, functioning, and diversity of microorganisms. Introduction to the fundamental concepts of microbial physiology, ecology, genetics, and pathogenesis.

Kontekstwalisadong Komunikasyon sa Filipino
Pilar AcordaAngelica Soriano

Kontekstwalisadong Komunikasyon sa Filipino

Ang KOMFIL ay isang praktikal na kursong nagpapalawak at nagpapalalim sa kontekstwalisadong komunikasyon sa wikang Filipino ng mga mamamayang Pilipino sa kani-kanilang mga komunidad sa partikular , at sa buong Lipunang Pilipino sa pankalahatan

EARTH SCIENCE
Pilar AcordaWilma Udanga

EARTH SCIENCE

This 3-unit course deals with the fundamental and historical geology. geologic processes such as rock formation,

minerals and soil, weathering, erosion and mass movement , seismology, volcanism and plate tectonics will be

emphasized. Issues concerning the importance , exploration, utilization and conservation of mineral resources will

also be dealt with.

Technical Writing
Pilar AcordaMarites Tenedor

Technical Writing

 

COURSE OUTLINE 

Orientation on SPUP Vision-Mission and Paulinian Graduate Attributes

 

  1. Technical Writing and Its Background

  2. Style in Technical Writing

  3. Special Techniques in Technical writing

  4. Writing Business Letters

  5. Writing Technical Reports

 

 


World History 2 Modern and Contemporary Era
Pilar AcordaLourdenia Taguiam

World History 2 Modern and Contemporary Era

The World History 2 Modern and Contemporary Era provides a global overview to various human experiences, patterns of development and connections among peoples, societies and nations. If focuses on topics related to industrial revolution, scientific and commercial revolution, world wars, and issues in modern world to contemporary periods.

Panunuring Pampanitikan
Pilar AcordaAlma Quinagoran

Panunuring Pampanitikan

Ang Fil119 Panunuring Pampanitikan ay tumutukoy sa mga teorya, simulain at pamamaraan, interpretasyon at pagsusuri ng panitikan mula sa bagong krisismo hanggang post modernismo

CHILDREN and ADOLESCENT LITERATURE
Pilar AcordaEvelyn Laxamana Pacquing

CHILDREN and ADOLESCENT LITERATURE

This course provides a survey of the categories and types of the world’s literature for children and adolescents.



Office Systems and Management
Pilar AcordaWilfredo DJ Martin IV

Office Systems and Management

This course deals with the overview of Office Management, Systems Improvement, modern office equipment and the design and implementation of a management system in the government. At the end of the program, students are expected to be a Paulinian who is globally competitive in the office operation and management. He/she is also expected to integrate learning in the course within the office setting whenever employed.

Readings in Philippine History
Pilar AcordaFe Mallari

Readings in Philippine History

This course critically analyzes Philippine history from multiple perspectives through the lens of selected primary sources.  Priority will be given to primary sources that describe the important turning points in Philippine history from prehistoric times up to the contemporary period and articulate various perspectives. 

The approach, though historical, will deal with interdisciplinary subjects so as to broaden and deepen the student’s understanding of Philippine political, economic, social and cultural history and equip the learner with the competencies necessary to analyze and evaluate different types of information: print, visual and audio-visual, and quantitative.   The end goal is to develop the historical and critical consciousness of the students so that they will become versatile, broad-minded, morally upright and responsible citizens. 

Fundamentals of Genetics
Pilar AcordaBenjamin Jularbal

Fundamentals of Genetics

This course discusses the principles of genetics with application to the study of biological function at the level of molecules, cells, and multicellular organisms, including humans. The topics include: structure and function of genes, chromosomes and genomes, biological variation resulting from recombination, mutation, and selection, population genetics. 

THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD
Pilar AcordaSergio Imperio

THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD

This course introduces students to the contemporary world by examining the multifaceted phenomenon of globalization. Using the various disciplines of the social sciences, it examines the economic, social, political, technological, and other transformations that have created an increasing awareness of the interconnectedness of peoples and places around the globe. To this end, the course provides an overview of the various debates in global governance, development, and sustainability. Beyond exposing the student to the world outside the Philippines, it seeks to inculcate a sense of global citizenship and global ethical responsibility.

This course includes mandatory topics on population education in the context of population and demography.

Developmental Psychology
Pilar AcordaAnna Marie Hernandez

Developmental Psychology

A study of human development throughout the life span in the areas of physical, social, cognitive, emotional, and moral development. Major developmental theories are tackled. Emphasis is given on the system perspective and the interactive dimensions of human development particularly in the Filipino setting.


Social Work Practice  with  Individuals and Families
Pilar AcordaEva dela Cruz

Social Work Practice with Individuals and Families

Examines the integration of cardinal values and knowledge base into the practice of Social Casework as a primary.....

Bioethics
Rita Daliwag

Bioethics

Study of the major dilemmas dealing with life, health and death employing an interdisciplinary approach in order to extensively investigate and critically assess contemporary issues, values and rapid developments, advancements in medicine, biology, behavioral sciences, and researches.

Human Anatomy and Physiology
Pilar AcordaFRANCISCO CAMACHO

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Learn fundamental principles of body structure at the cellular, tissue, organ, and system levels of  organization and examine the fundamental  concepts of human physiology and how the human body works.

History of Mathematics
Pilar AcordaRoldan Bangalan

History of Mathematics

The course explores the humanistic aspects of Mathematics, provides the historical context of and approaches developed which lead to the present understanding of the mathematical concepts. The use of graphing calculators and computer algebra systems is highly encouraged.

Organic Chemistry
Josephine Bariuan

Organic Chemistry

This subject deals with the basic principles of Organic Chemistry, the uniqueness of carbon as a featured element, its derivatives, bonding properties hydrocarbons, and the different functional groups attributed to carbon. Emphasis is given on the reactions of various functional groups, especially those who intend to take up Biological Chemistry.

MTE108: Clinical Bacteriology
Roldan BangalanNestdivie Pascual

MTE108: Clinical Bacteriology

This course deals with microorganisms causing the disease. This includes the identification procedure......

Analytic Chemistry BSMT 2C
Roldan BangalanWilma Udanga

Analytic Chemistry BSMT 2C

This course is offered to BSMT students. It discusses the fundamental principles of Analytical Chemistry. It covers basic topics in qualitative and quantitative analysis. It also   includes the basic concepts in chemical equilibrium  and solution concentration . It also presents the basic concepts in classical, electrochemical, spectrochemical and chemical kinetics and instrumentation.