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John Paul II College of Davao

John Paul II College of Davao

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    Jpcdii clyde jay g dela pena Jpcdii clyde jay g dela pena Presentation Transcript

    • COURSES OFFERED A. College of Business Administration B. College of Criminal Justice Education C. College of EngineeringC. College of Engineering D. College of Hospitality Management E. College of Information and Communication Technology F. College of Nursing G. College of Teacher Education
    • A. College of Business Administration MENU The College of Business Administration offers programs that aim to prepare students to be the future builders of businesses and corporate companies. This 4-year baccalaureate degree offers a wide array of professional disciplines such as Management Accounting, Marketing Management, Human Resource Development Management and Finance Management. Graduates of the BSBA program may consider building their professional careers as Administrative Officers, Accounting Mangers, Human Resource Managers, Recruitment Officers, Compensation and Benefits Officers, Training and Development Officers, Marketing Officers, Account Executives, PR/Advertising Supervisors, Customer Service Representatives, Sales Trainers, Product/Brand Supervisors, Order/Billing Supervisors, Credit and Collection Officers, Credit Analysts, Treasury Officers, Traders in Stocks, Financial Analysts or better yet, become an Entrepreneur and put up, manage, and develop their own business.
    • B. College of Criminal Justice Education MENU Bachelor of Science in Criminology is a 4-year baccalaureate degree with board examination which studies the criminal justice system and the various criminal justice agencies as they operate and respond to crime. This program aims to produce professional, competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation, law enforcement, and custody and rehabilitation of offenders, among others. BSCrim’s thrust also includes developing in each student the values of leadership, integrity, accountability and responsibility while serving their fellowmen, community and country; preparing the students for careers in crime prevention, law enforcement, scientific crime detection and correctional administration; encouraging research and inquiry on the nature, causes treatment or punishment of criminal behavior and how criminal justice agencies respond to crime, specifically, criminals and victims.
    • C. College of Engineering Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering (BSGE) Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BSECE) Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE) The College’s Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering Program is the region’s leading institution in the field of geomatics particularly, surveying, mapping, remote sensing, cartography and Geographic Information system. Since its foundation in 2000, it has continually produced quality graduates topping the National Licensure Board Exam. The College consistently upgrades the BSGE program through facilities and laboratories improvement, instruction and faculty development, and research to respond to the growing global demand of geodetic engineers.
    • The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Program is an accredited member of the Junior Institute of Electronics Engineer of the Philippines with the advantage of acquiring a CISCO Networking Academy Accreditation. The program integrates in its curriculum modern-day demands in Robotics and Micro-controllers. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Program is directed towards exposing the students in the design and development of hardware and software applications necessary in the integration of automation projects. The program provides our students an edge in advanced information in Computer networking through the CISCO Networking Academy. C. College of Engineering MENU
    • D. College of Hospitality Management Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management (BSHRM) Bachelor of Science in Travel Management (BSTM) The College of Hospitality Management offers two baccalaureate courses namely: Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management and Bachelor of Science in Travel Management. These degree programs are designed for students who want to explore the areas of Hotel, Restaurant, Resort and Travel Management. Through these courses, students are given the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills through various training programs that respond to the needs of the local, domestic and international hospitality industry.
    • D. College of Hospitality Management The hospitality management programs are considered as relevant and practical degree courses for the next 20 years here and abroad, as far as career placement is concerned. Graduates can pursue a career in the tourism and hospitality industry or build a career in businesses like restaurant, hotels, cruise ships, resorts, travel agencies and airline companies. Opportunities for BSHRM graduates include career in Hotel Management, Restaurant Management, Food and Beverage Service, Concierge Services, Bar Management, Front Office Services, Housekeeping, and Events Management. While BSTM graduates have career opportunities in Tourism and Travel Agency Management, Tour Planning, Reservations and Ticketing Agencies, Tour Coordination, Convention Management and Corporate Management. MENU
    • E. College of Information and Communication Technology Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) Responding to the needs of today’s world, the College of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) offers two 4-year baccalaureate degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. The utilization and development of computer and new technologies is the thrust of the ICT programs. MENU
    • E. College of Information and Communication Technology The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program focuses on the study of theoretical foundations of computing. Its primary purpose is to systematically understand the methodologies, algorithms and theories underlying computer systems as they address today’s business problems. In other words, a computer scientist focuses on the capabilities and limitations of a particular computer system. Career opportunities for BSCS graduates include: System Analyst, Software Engineer, Computer Science Professor, and Programmer.
    • E. College of Information and Communication Technology On the other hand, the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program prepares students to be the IT professionals of the next generation – well-versed on application, installation, operation, development, maintenance and administration of various software and at least familiar with hardware installation, operation and maintenance. It aims to produce professionals who are efficient and effective in maintaining information technology infrastructure that responds to the need of the modern world. BSIT graduates have career opportunities in the Industry, Business, and Academe: Applications Developer, Database Administrator, IT Entrepreneur, Information Security Administrator, Information Technology Instructor, Network Administrator, Network Engineer, New Media Developer, Systems Analyst, Technical Support Specialist, Test Engineer, Web Administrator/Web Master, and Web Developer. MENU
    • F. College of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 4-year baccalaureate degree program aiming to produce professional nurses dedicated to the advancement of knowledge in the health care industry as applied in a multi-faceted society. This program offers related learning experiences (RLE) through supervised laboratory and clinical exposures enhancing the students’ nursing skills as early as their freshman year until the completion of the program. With Southern Philippines Medical Center (formerly Davao Medical Center) or SPMC as the College’s base hospital, with Category-A affiliation, students are guaranteed of real-life and hands-on professional experience while earning their college degree. Graduates of the BSN program as beginning healthcare practitioner may pursue the following career paths but not limited to: Clinical Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Private-Duty Nursing, Occupational Health Nursing, School Nursing, Military Nursing, Health Education, Research and Entrepreneurship. MENU
    • Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED) Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED) The College of Teacher Education offers 4-year degree programs in Bachelor of Secondary Education and Bachelor of Elementary Education to equip next-generation educators with a wide range of theoretical knowledge and methodological skills allowing them options and greater flexibility in designing and implementing learning environments in the future. The Bachelor of Elementary Education program is structured to meet the needs of professional teachers for elementary schools and other special education institutions. It aims to develop professionals who can teach across the different learning areas in the grade school and special education. Current major program offerings are: Generalist and Special Education. The Bachelor of Secondary Education program aims to develop professional and competent teachers who can excellently teach one learning area in the secondary level. Current major program offerings are: English and Mathematics. MENU G. College of Teacher Education