Social Sciences Department (SSD)
The Social Sciences Department (SSD) is a servicing unit directly under the College of Liberal Arts and Communication, consisting of six disciplines namely: Political Science, Philosophy, and Sociology-Anthropology, Economics and History. SSD has four program offerings: Development Studies, Community Development, Political Science and Philosophy. The department's strength primarily lies on the vigorous, creative and dynamic faculty members who excel in their fields of specialization as they teach and conduct research within the context of critical analysis, rational actions and dedicated community service.Objectives
Our vision is to become an instrument in developing the political, economic and social consciousness of the whole academe as well as the community it serves. We hope to cultivate among our students good citizenship as we promote justice, peace, equity and respect for human rights.
The faculty of the Social Sciences Department (SSD), united by the different disciplines of Political Science, Philosophy, Development Studies, Community Development, History, Economics and Sociology-Anthropology, are seekers of God’s will, zealous in giving service to others and in constant communion with humanity, participating in liberating minds and creating a life of solidarity for social change and transformation through a learner-centered instruction, a socially focused research, a community-based extension and re-oriented linkages.