Division of Social Sciences

The Division of Social Sciences was created effective 1 March 1999 pursuant to the approval of the BOR on its 1126th meeting on 26 November 1998.

MISION, VISSION and OBJECTIVES

 

The vision, mission and objectives of the new Division was identified during the Division’s Planning and Review Workshop which was conducted on 8 November 1999.

VISSION:


A center of leadership and excellence in social sciences education research and extension.

MISSION:

 

  • To provide students with a liberal and humanistic education infused with a passion for learning and a high sense of moral and intellectual integrity.
  • To develop well-rounded social science professionals who are value-laden; research, development, and service-oriented, critical, articulate and gender fair.

OBJECTIVES:

  • To produce competent social science practitioners who can contribute to regional as well as national development.
  • To produce graduates who can analyze and respond creatively and innovatively to the various situations/phenomena in the social world.
  • To produce graduates with a passionate commitment to the quest for social; justice and peace in all fields of endeavor.

PROGRAMS OFFERED

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts (Economics)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) Political Science

FACILITIES

The Division of Social Sciences has:

  • Seven (7) classrooms (AS Room 14, AS Room 21, AS Room 22, AS Room 23,
    Psychology Laboratory, Psychology Room and Social Science Laboratory)
  • Each classroom has one (1) unit of functioning Overhead Projector
  • Electric Fans
  • One (1) Air conditioning Unit (Psychology Laboratory, Psychology Room and Social Science Laboratory)
  • One (1) glass board and
  • one (1) white board. One classroom (AS Room 21) has a 65” LED TV.

 

 

FACULTY – DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Economics Faculty
No.# Name Position
1 Ms. Glaiza Ann C. Alon Instructor 1
2 Dr. Anita G. Cular Associate Professor 7
3 Mr. Gerwyn P. Enerlan Instructor 3
4 Mr. Hector Bryan P. Grama Instructor 1
5 Prof. Miah Maye M. Pormon Associate Professor 1
6 Dr. Marieta B. Sumagaysay Professor 9
Political Science Faculty
No.# Name Position
1 Mr. Clarence N. Galang Instructor 3
2 Mr. Chister Kim O. Gerona Instructor 1
3 Prof. Ladylyn L. Mangada Associate Professor 7
4 Mr. Leandro G. Piga Instructor 1 (Substitute)
5 Ms. Donabel S. Tumandao Instructor 3
Psychology Faculty
No.# Name Position
1 Prof. Pierce S. Docena Assistant Professor 6
2 Prof. Ervina A. Espina Assistant Professor 7
3 Dr. Rowena S. Guiang Assistant Professor 7
4 Prof. Querima Deborah Q. Jopson Assistant Professor 7
5 Ms. Ruth Edisel Rylle B. Sadian-Cercado Lecturer 2
Sociology Faculty
No.# Name Position
1 Prof. Dakila Kim P. Yee Associate Professor 1
2 Prof. Felino S. Garcia Jr. Associate Professor 2
Philosophy Faculty
No.# Name Position
1 Mr. Guillermo F. Nival Jr. Lecturer 1

 

DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
UPV TACLOBAN COLLEGE
Tacloban City


COURSE OFFERINGS

BACHELOR OF ARTS (ECONOMICS)

Name of Student:____________________ Date of Admission: ___________________

Student Number: ____________________ Address: _____________________________


FIRST YEAR
First Semester

  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ GE Core 1 Comm 10 3 xxxx
_______ GE Core 2 Math 10 3 xxxx
_______ GE Core 3 Ethics 1 3 xxxx
_______ GE Elective 1 3 xxxx
_______ Econ 11 Introductory Economics 3 xxxx
_______ Math 50 Applied Calculus 4 xxxx
_______ PE 1 Foundations of Physical Fitness (2) xxxx
_______ NSTP (3) xxxx
  TOTAL 19  
Second Semester
  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ GE Core 4 Wika 1 3 xxxx
_______ GE Core 5 Kas 1/Hist 1 3 xxxx
_______ GE Core 6 Arts 1 3 xxxx
_______ BA 99.1 Fundamental Accounting Theory and Practice I 3 xxxx
_______ Econ 101 Macroeconomics 3 Econ 11, Math 50
_______ Econ 102 Microeconomics 3 Econ 11, Math 50
_______ PE (2) xxxx
_______ NSTP (3) xxxx
  TOTAL 18  
SECOND YEAR
First Semester
  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ GE Elective 2 3 xxxx
_______ GE Elective 3 3 xxxx
_______ GE Elective 4 3 xxxx
_______ Stat 102 Statistical Methods in Research 3 xxxx
_______ Econ 106 Elements of Mathematical Economics 3 Econ 101, Econ 102
_______ Econ 109 History of Economic Doctrines 3 Econ 101 or consent
_______ PE (2) xxxx
  TOTAL 18  
Second Semester
  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ Elective 1 3 xxxx
_______ Elective 2 3 xxxx
_______ Econ 131 Econometrics 4 Stat 102, Econ 101, Econ 102
_______ Econ 171 Economics of Agriculture 3 Econ 102 or consent
_______ Econ 181 Labor Economics 3 Econ 102 or consent
_______ Comm 12 Technical Communication 3 xxxx
_______ PE (2) xxxx
  TOTAL 19  
THIRD YEAR
First Semester
  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ Econ 151 Public Economics 3 Econ 101 or consent
_______ Elective 3 3 xxxx
_______ Econ 191 Development Economics 3 Econ 101 or consent
_______ Econ Elective 1 3 xxxx
_______ Econ 141 International Economics 3 Econ 101 or consent
_______ Econ Elective 2 3 xxxx
  TOTAL 18  
Second Semester
  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ Econ Elective 3 3 xxxx
_______ Elective 4 3 xxxx
_______ Econ 199.1 Economics Research I 3 Comm 12, Econ 106, Econ 131
_______ Econ 121 Money and Banking 3 Econ 101 or consent
_______ Elective 5 3 xxxx
  TOTAL 15  
FOURTH YEAR
First Semester
  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ Econ 199.2 Economics Research II 3 Econ 199.1
_______ Elective 6 3 xxxx
_______ PI 100 The Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3 Senior Standing
_______ Econ Elective 4 3 xxxx
_______ GE Core 7 STS 1 3 xxxx
  TOTAL 15  
Second Semester
  Course Title Units Prerequisite
_______ Elective 7 3  
_______ GE Elective 5 3  
_______ Elective 8 3  
_______ Elective 9 3  
_______ Elective 10 3  
  TOTAL 18  
  TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 137



* For Qualified Electives :

*Qualified elective courses with course number that is 100 or above in Psychology, Political Science, Sociology,
Management, Computer Science or other courses approved by the program adviser, provided that the prerequisite/s of
the chosen course is/are satisfied.

Approved : UPV UC Meeting, 13th June 2018 For implementation effective SY 2018-2019

DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
UPV TACLOBAN COLLEGE
Tacloban City


BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY

Name of Student:____________________ Date of Admission: ___________________

Student Number: ____________________ Address: _____________________________


FIRST YEAR
First Semester

Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Core 1 Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas 3  
GE Core 2 Ethics and Moral Reasoning in Everyday Life 3  
GE Core 3 Critical Perspectives in the Arts 3  
GE Core 4 Critical Perspectives in Communication 3  
Psych 101 General Psychology 3  
GE Elective 1   3  
PE 1 Foundation of Physical Fitness (2)  
NSTP   (3)  
  TOTAL 18  
Second Semester
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Core 5 Wika, Kultura, at Lipunan 3  
Mgt 101 Introduction to Management 3  
Psych 108 Filipino Psychology 3 Psych 101
Psych 110 Psychological Statistics 5 Psych 101
Psych 140 Behavior Analysis 3 Psych 11 or 101,
or written consent
PE   (2)  
NSTP   (3)  
  TOTAL 17  
SECOND YEAR
First Semester
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Core 6 Science, Technology, and Society 3  
Psych 115 Experimental Psychology 5 Psych 11 or 101 &
Psych 110
Psych 150 Theories of Personality 3 Psych 11 or 101 or
written consent
Psych Elective 1   3  
Psych Elective 2   3  
PE   (2)  
  TOTAL 17  
Second Semester
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Core 7 Math, Culture, and Society 3  
Psych 118 Field Methods in Psychology 3 6 units of Psych
Psych 130 Biological Psychology 3 Psych 101
Psych 162 Psychological Assessment 5 Psych 110 &
Psych 150
Qualified Elective 1   3  
PE   (2)  
  TOTAL 17  
THIRD YEAR
First Semester
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Elective 2   3  
Psych 155 Abnormal Psychology 3 Psych 150
Psych 180 Social Psychology 3 Junior Standing
Psych Elective 3   3  
Psych Elective 4   3  
Qualified Elective 2   3  
Qualified Elective 3   3  
  TOTAL 21  
Second Semester
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Elective 3   3  
Psych 148 Cognitive Psychology 3 Psych 101
Psych 170 Developmental Psychology 3 Psych 101
Psych 185 Industrial/ Organizational Psychology 3 Psych 101 & Psych 162
Psych Elective 5   3  
Qualified Elective 4   3  
  TOTAL 18  
MIDYEAR
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
Psych 195* Practicum in Psychology 3 (150 hours) Psych 150, Psych 162,
Psych 155, Psych 180, &
Psych 185
*Note: Psych 195 (Practicum in Psychology)is counted as a Psych Elective course.
Students who opt to take this course will be deloaded with one Psych Elective course
(equivalent to 3 units)on the second semester of their fourth year in the program.

 
FOURTH YEAR
First Semester
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Elective 4   3  
Psych 199.1 Research in Psychology I 3 Psych 110, Psych 115,
Psych 118, & Psych 162
Psych Elective 6   3  
Qualified Elective 5   3  
Qualified Elective 6   3  
PI 100 The Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3  
  TOTAL 18  
Second Semester
Course Number Course Title Units Prerequisite
GE Elective 5   3  
Psych 199.2 Research in Psychology II 3 Psych 199.1
Psych Elective 7   3  
Psych Elective 8**   3  
Qualified Elective 7   3  
Qualified Elective 8   3  
  TOTAL 18  
  TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS 144  

**Note: Students will no longer take Psych Elective 8 if they have taken Psych 195
(Practicum in Psychology) during the midyear of their third year in the program.

 
Psych Elective Courses
Course Number
Course Title Prerequisite  
Psych 109 Cultural Psychology Psych 101  
Psych 116 Qualitative Methods in Psychology Psych 101  
Psych 135 Perception Psych 11 or 101, and 115, or consent  
Psych 142 Applied Psychology Psych 101  
Psych 145 Psychology of Language Psych 140 or consent  
Psych 163 The Psychological Interview Psych 150 or consent  
Psych 171 Child Psychology Psych 11 or 101, or written consent  
Psych 182 Group Processes Psych 11 or 101, or written consent  
Psych 183 Psychology of Interpersonal and Group
Communication
Psych 11 or 101, and Psych 180, Comm 3  
Psych 187 Health Psychology Psych 180  
Psych 188 LGBT Psychology Psych 180  
Psych 195 Practicum in Psychology Psych 150, Psych 162, Psych 155,
Psych 180, & Psych 185
 
Psych 191 Disaster and Mental Health Psych 118, Psych 155, & Psych 180  
Psych 197 Special Topics in Psychology Psych 180  

Or any other 100-level Psychology course approved by the Division as Qualified Elective
 

Qualified Elective Courses: Courses in Community Development, History, Literature,
Management, Sociology, or other courses (with course number above 100)
approved by the program adviser.