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Balik-Aral Program (BAP) Administered by the Professional Education Department under the College of Education (CoED), the program is a special curriculum that prepares out of school youth for the Department of Education's ALS program. The program is facilitated by volunteer teachers from DLSU-D pool of exemplary educators after their regular class schedules.
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The College of Education offers a broad educational program that encompasses the development of educators both in the elementary and secondary levels of basic education.

Through specialized disciplines devoted to the understanding of all aspects of child development, the College of Education aims to develop professional teachers who continuously inquire into the process by which children grow in knowledge and who endeavor to improve the learners' thinking processes. Incorporated in these disciplines is the deliberate and systematic formation of Filipino and Christian teachers who respect individual differences and the rights of others and accept personal responsibility for the establishment of a Christian environment following the tenets of Lasallian teachings.

The College aims to promote an educational system that will serve as a dynamic resource of the Church and nation in the process of social transformation instrumental to progress.

These are the recognitions/accreditations received by the College:

  1. Center of Excellence in Teacher Education Program given by the Commission on Higher Education;
  2. Center of Training Institution given by the Department of Education; and
  3. Level IV Accreditation given by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines through the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities.

Regular Students
  • must be graduates of the four-year secondary course from any government recognized secondary institutions or its equivalent course as determined by DepED
  • must have a Certificate of Good Moral Character signed by the principal or guidance counselor of the school where they graduated from
  • must pass the admission test given by the Students Admissions Office (SAdO)
  • If married, must submit an authenticated copy of marriage contract to be verified against the original copy by the department chair/dean<
  • Must not manifest any defect in speech ( stammering, stuttering, among others)
Shiftees/Transferees
  • must fill up and submit a shifting form (for shiftees only)
  • must pass the admission test given by the Students Admissions Office (SAdO) (for transferees only)
  • must have a grade point average of at least 2.25 or its equivalent with no failing grade in any subject or as approved by the COE Admissions Committee
  • must submit a certificate of good moral character from the chair/associate dean/dean and guidance counselor of the college where they were previously enrolled
  • must pass the interview conducted by the COE Admissions Committee
  • must submit their academic folders
CTP Students
  • must fill up the application form for CTP with 2 pieces of 2x2 pictures
  • must submit a photocopy of their transcript of records (TOR)
  • must pass the psychological test given by the Institutional Testing and Evaluation Office (ITEO)
Foreign Students
  • must meet all requirements of the Students Admissions Office (SAdO)
  • must pass the interview conducted by the COE Admissions Committee
Returnees
  • must present the approved leave of absence (LOA) form
  • must enroll in the curriculum which they originally tool provided there are only 48 units left. However, if there are more than 48 units left, they should enroll in the new curriculum followed in the college.

Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEE)
  • with area of concentration in Content Courses or General Education
  • with area of concentration in Early Childhood Education
  • with area of concentration in Special Education

The BEE program intends to develop professional educators who are competent in the different areas of teaching and learning, establish and promote a Christian environment by providing a broad program of activities designed to foster respect for individual differences, the rights of others, and accountability for one’s decisions and actions and instill in every student’s consciousness his rights, duties, and responsibilities as a Filipino citizen as well as the complexities and challenges of an increasingly interdependent and constantly changing world.

Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSE)
  • Major in English
  • Major in Filipino
  • Major in Mathematics
  • Major in Biological Science
  • Major in Physical Science
  • Major in Social Studies
  • Major in Religious and Values Education

The BSE program intends to pursue the vision of quality and excellence by providing a supportive learning atmosphere facilitated by qualified faculty members who teach courses in their line of specialization; foster a research culture by developing awareness on development and discoveries that are critically useful to address emerging issues and concerns in the context of education; develop professional educators who keep abreast with and are responsive to the needs of a globally competitive nation; and instill in every student a deep respect for learning, which is a teacher’s wellspring of knowledge.

Bachelor of Physical Education (BPE)

The BPE program aims to produce scientifically inclined physical education graduates who are imbued with Lasallian values and whose knowledge and skills will respond to the national and global demands. Moreover, it will prepare and train qualified students to teach Physical Education, recreation and sports in the elementary, secondary and tertiary levels, and to become sports, dance, recreation, and fitness specialists. Ultimately, the program will develop the students’ insights and appreciation of Physical Education and Sports as a viable discipline applicable to all facets of social activities.

Career Options: Preschool Teacher, Elementary Teacher, SPED Teacher, Sign Language Instructor, Teacher for the Blind, Reading Specialist, High School Teacher, Historian, Tour Guide, Researcher, Writer, Mathematician, Tutor, Physical Educator, Sports Manager, Coach, Fitness and Sports Official/Specialist, Dance Instructor/Choreographer

Certificate in Physical Education (SPE)

The Certificate in Physical Education is offered to degree holders of non-PE courses who are interested to teach Physical Education.

Certificate in Teaching Program (CTP)

The Certificate in Teaching Program (CTP) is one of the programs offered in the College of Education under the Professional Education Department. This program consists of 18 units of professional education courses that will be taken by graduates of non-education degrees to qualify for the Licensure Examination for Teachers.

College of Education Graduate Studies
  • Doctor of Philosophy, major in Educational Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling with specialization in School and Community Counseling
  • Master of Arts in Education, major in Educational Management
  • Master of Arts in Education, major in Guidance and Counseling
  • Master of Arts in Education, major in Religious & Values Education
  • Master of Arts in Education, major in Special Education
Doctor of Philosophy, major in Educational Management

The program equips research-oriented educators/administrators with sound philosophical theories and practices in educational management and leadership attuned to the needs and demands of highly globalized society.

Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling with specialization in School and Community Counseling

The program offers extensive course work and relevant learning opportunities through advanced methods and techniques of assessment and full array of intervention practices in school and community counseling to continuously develop professionals as researchers, policy makers, and human resource managers/specialists in the academe/industry/community.

Doctor of Philosophy in Language Education with specialization in English

The program aims to develop research-oriented English mentors, writers, and experts who are knowledgeable of the varied forms of the English language, the essential language learning theories and their philosophical and logical foundations. Graduates of this degree are expected to be equipped with a high degree of preparation and research orientation that will give them credence to defend or argue the efficacy of English language programs viewed from various perspectives, the evolving theories of English language teaching and learning, and the immeasurable significance of the language as the recognized global language.

Master of Arts in Education, major in Educational Management

The program prepares educators and would-be school administrators with functional philosophies, theories, research-based management practices based on the needs of the academic community of the region and the country, with emphasis on administration and supervision of schools.

Master of Arts in Education, major in Guidance and Counseling

The program equips the graduate students with varied appropriate counseling theories and strategies, thereby developing competent, confident and compassionate research oriented guidance counselors in the academic/industrial/government settings.

Master of Arts in Education, major in Religious & Values Education

The program forms religious and values educators who will serve the Church and the Nation as effective facilitators of integral human development and social transformation.

Master of Arts in Education, major in Special Education

The program equips teachers and professionals with knowledge, values and skills to handle and teach exceptional children. It aims to form competent and professionally trained teachers for exceptional children.

Career Options:

School Managers/Administrators/Consultants, Guidance Counselors, SPED Teachers, Human Resource Managers/Specialists, Writers, Researchers, Policy Makers, College/Graduate School Educators/Mentors

Advisers

Course Advisers
BPE11 Dr. Ma. Rosario U. Salibay
BSE11 Dr. Cristina E. Sayoto
BPE21 Dr. Ma. Rosario U. Salibay
BEE21 Dr. Felinore Angelica Valera
BSE21 Dr. Gil A. Ellema
BSE22 Dr. Paterno S. Alcartado
BSE23 Dr. Marnon Regis
BPE31 Ms. Cristina Liao
BEE31 Dr. Florencio R. Abanes
BSE31 Mr. Jose D. De Leon Jr.
BSE32 Mr. Arvin I. Gacelo
BPE41 Mr. Joey Legaspi
BEE41 Mrs. Relyn S. Antenor-Cruz
BSE41 Dr. Fanny Cuyos
BSE42 Dr. Florencio R. Abanes
CTP Dr. Cristina E. Sayoto
COEdSC Dr. Venicris Alonsozana

Public School
  • Dasmariñas East National High School
  • Dasmariñas National High School Main
  • Dasmariñas North National High School
  • Dasmariñas West National High School
  • Francisco E. Barzaga Memorial School
  • Sta. Cruz Elementary School
  • Dr. JP Rizal Elementary School
  • Bautista Elementary School City of Dasmariñas, Cavite
Private School
  • Blessed Mary Academy
  • Fiat Lux Academe
  • Jabez Christian School
  • Jesus Son of Mary Academy
  • Mary Help of Christians School
  • Neuro Developmental Center
  • Vel Maris School City of Dasmariñas, Cavite
  • Jesus Good Shepherd School
  • St. Edward Integrated School
  • Del Pilar Academy
  • Starlight Training School for the Special Youth, Inc. City of Imus, Cavite
  • De La Salle –Araneta University Malabon City

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Contact COEd



College of Education
103 Felipe Calderon Hall
DLSU - Dasmariñas
Cavite, Philippines 4115

For questions and inquiries:
email the COEd Secretariat

Trunkline:
Cavite +63 (46) 481.1900 local 3072
Manila +63 (2) 779.5180