College of Arts and Sciences

Programs

The College of Arts and Sciences provides diverse learning experiences to help MCM undergraduate students meet the outcomes in their exploration of various disciplines across the liberal arts. The foundational courses offered by the College aim to prepare them for professional courses and allow them to emerge as mature 21st century learners who are capable of using available and emerging technologies, information, and resources for learning, expression, critical thinking, and problem solving. With its 18 (later expected at 29-30) full-time and part-time faculty members, it is, currently, MCM’s largest College offering an average of 250 courses per term.

Program Offerings

Bachelor of Arts in Communication

The Bachelor of Arts in Communication program adheres to excellence and relevance and aspires to transform students into proficient communicators who catalyze positive change in society through their understanding of the evolving media landscape. Students undergo a rigorous curriculum that allows them to take deep dives on the theory and practice of communication through diverse and emerging media platforms. The program exposes students to various disciplines including media production, broadcasting, journalism, advertising, and communication research taught by expert faculty members and media practitioners. A wide array of elective courses, research exposure, and internship opportunities enable students to design their own learning experiences based on their personal interests and learning goals. MCM’s learner-centered and outcomes-based pedagogies actively engage students with current social and political issues, expose them to various forms of arts and culture, and promote a rich learning environment that prepare them for rewarding careers in the media profession and allied fields.

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Bachelor of Multimedia Arts

The Bachelor of Multimedia Arts program envisions its graduates to be the most sought-after multimedia professionals by industries locally and abroad. The program features various courses that aim to develop students’ skills in animation, photography, videography, graphics design, media production and research, among others, through engaging, thoughtful discussions and intensive training using state-ofthe-art equipment. MCM espouses learner-centered, outcomes-based education and is committed to provide students with a rich learning environment to ensure that graduates will not only possess the competencies required for their profession but also the flexibility to collaborate on interdisciplinary projects using existing and emerging technologies.

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Humanities, Languages, Social Sciences

The course aims to develop competency in using receptive communication skills such as reading, listening, and viewing in various and advanced contexts. It gives emphasis on comprehension skills, and aims to give students a repertoire of strategies to enable them to understand various types of information presented in three different ways- from the literal to the creative level. Likewise, it aims to equip the students with advanced receptive skills necessary to their success as college students and future professionals.

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Mathematics

This course deals with the nature of mathematics, appreciation of its practical, intellectual, and aesthetic dimensions and applications of mathematical tools in daily life. It begins with an introduction to the nature of mathematics as an exploration of patters (in nature and the environment) and as an application of inductive and deductive reasoning.

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Physical Education and Values Education

This course provides training in different movement patterns and core engagement in conjuction with the principle of healthy eating and physical active life. Students will be able to adapt and transfer the movement competency in different context (i.e. use of training equipment)

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Science

MCM espouses learner-centered, outcomes-based education and is committed to provide students with a rich learning environment to ensure that graduates will not only possess the competencies required for their profession but also the flexibility to collaborate on interdisciplinary projects using existing and emerging technologies.

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Contact Information

The CAS Office is located at the 5th floor of the MCM Academic Building, Room 513. You may reach us at cas@mcm.edu.ph

Team Roster

Angelia, Abigail Joy R.

Dean, College of Arts & Science

Lindy Paul S. Aldaba

Social Science and Humanities Cluster

Lalaine Joanne V. Alfeche

Science Cluster

Natasha Lauren G. Arriola

Coordinator for NSTP

Abeliosre L. Balo

Values and Physical Education

Borromeo, Earvin L.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

Bringas, Karlo James M.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

Daigdigan, James S.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

Dizon, Ena Marie O.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

Gravador, Cupidlyn B.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

Ko, Lyra B.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

Meriam P. Leopoldo

Mathematics Cluster

Logrosa, Gernelyn T.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

Maria Aleth S. Mendoza

Values and Physical Education

Obregon, Matthew Mark D.

Faculty - College of Arts & Science

Perfuma, Roy D.

Faculty, College of Arts & Science

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John Marco M. Pitlo

Program Coordinator, BMMA

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Meryl Mae C. Rodriguez

Mathematics Cluster

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