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General Admission Requirements

  • Students, regardless of sex, age, nationality, religious belief, or political affiliation are welcome to Saint Francis of Assisi College. This is in compliance with the Philippine Constitution as well as the laws of the country and within the framework of the mission statement of Saint Francis of Assisi College.
  • A student’s application for admission will be duly processed when the applicant complies with all the academic requirements and qualifications set forth by the College, as prescribed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
  • The College, however, reserves the right at any time to refuse or to admit students under certain conditions.
    • The College reserves the right to accept or refuse the application of students.
    • The College reserves the rights to drop or dismiss those who make false statements in the application for admission.
  • Senior High School graduates who were not able to enter College right after graduation for one semester or more must submit a certification from their principal stating that their Form 137 has never been released or forwarded to any other school.

Admission Procedure

Requirements to be submitted to the Admission Office:
For Freshmen

  • True copy of Form 138 (Official Grade 12 School Card)
  • Photocopy of PSA authenticated Birth Certificate
  • Four (4) copies of recent 1” x 1” colored ID pictures
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character

For Transferees

  • Official Transcript of Records or Copy of Grades
  • Photocopy of PSA authenticated Birth Certificate
  • Honorable Dismissal or Letter of Recommendation (from the Registrar, Academic Chair or Chair of Student Affairs)
  • Four (4) copies of recent 1” x 1” colored ID pictures

For Degree Holders

  • Original Copy of Transcript of Records (TOR)

Enrollment Procedures

Step 1-Admission

  1. Submit all admission requirement and fill-up application form.
  2. Take the entrance examination and interview.
  3. Secure Pre-enrollment form (PEF) at the Registrar’s Office.

Step 2-Enrollment Processing

  1. Copy subjects posted on the bulletin board. (For transferees, have your records evaluated first by the Program Director for advising before filling up the PEF.)
  2. Present the accomplished PEF for approval of the Program Director or (in/his/her absence) the assigned Enrollment Adviser.
  3. Submit the approved PEF at the Registrar’s Office for encoding and issuance of the Certificate of Matriculation (CM). The CM has four (4) copies: Student Copy, Registrar’s Copy, Accounting Office’s Copy, Program Director’s Copy.

Step 3- Assessment and Payment

  1. Submit all CM copies to the Window 1 of the Accounting Office for Assessment of Fess.
  2. Proceed to Window 2 for Payment.
  3. Apply for Student ID by showing validated CM at the Information Technology and Resource Office (ITRO.)

COLLEGE DEPARTMENT

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Saint Francis of Assisi College System aims to provide quality education within reasonable means to as many qualified students as possible. As an academic institution, it recognizes the important roles of the faculty, support staff, administrators, alumni and parents in promoting Franciscan education within Philippine setting and in achieving the full potentials of its pupils and students.

We aim to develop students who are self-disciplined, socially aware and with well-rounded personalities, guided by the virtues of Love, Brotherhood, Affirmation, Peace, Simplicity, Harmony with Nature and Affiliation with the Catholic Church, as exemplified by St. Francis of Assisi, as well as by the universal virtues of Justice, Fairness and Human Dignity.

We aim to respond positively to the growth and changes not only of the Metropolitan Manila Area, but of the entire country, by emphasizing modern developments in Education, Math, Science, Information and Communication Technology, Business, Research, Sports and Wellness, Human Relations and Community Services in its academic programs and operations.

We continuously aim to upgrade its facilities and equipment, program offerings and operational procedures as it adjusts to the changes of its environments and as it cooperates with government and private institutions in its quest for quality education and nation-building.

DISTINCTIVE FEATURES

The Collegiate Department offers several degree programs in Nursing, Engineering, Education, Liberal Arts, Business, Hospitality Management and Computer Studies. It balances its academic programs with student services such as academic consultations, guidance and counseling, sports and recreation, co-curricular workshops and activities and student program organization.

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The School of Engineering (SENG) prepare students to be professionals in the field of Electrical, Electronics and Computer by providing them relevant and timely foundation concepts, theories and practices in their respective industries. It aims to incorporate emerging technology applications, provide global technical environment to easily adapt to the changing world of information and communication technology and develop self-confidence through current trend of education and uphold the culture of excellence through the Franciscan values of faith and humility.

VISION

The School of Engineering (SENG) seeks to build a school that excels in Engineering industry by providing quality education with the trust in telecommunication, business industry and information technology. We aspire to be recognized by industries and government as a premier source of outstanding graduates.

MISSION

To attain our vision, we commit to:

  • Provide quality education to students by delivering relevant and up-to-the-date concepts and application in the field of electrical, electronics, information and communication technology.
  • Develop professional engineers who possess the Franciscan values and culture of excellence.
  • Establish industries and government linkages in facilitating transferring of knowledge, and technology innovation that will lead to job creation and economic development.

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BSECE)
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCpE)

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The School of Business Administration (SBA) prepares students to be professionals in the field of Finance, Marketing and Operations Management, by giving them relevant and timely foundation concepts, theories and practices in business management and administration. Incorporating emerging technology application, providing global classroom environment to easily adapt to the changing world of business and developing self-confidence through modern communications and upholding the culture of excellence through the Franciscan values of faith and humility.

VISION

The School of Business Administration (SBA) seeks to build a school that excels in business administration and entrepreneurship by providing an educational enterprise with the thrust in business finance, marketing and operations management. We aspire to be recognized by industries and government as a premier source of outstanding graduates who are leaders and innovators.

MISSION

To attain our vision, we commit to:

  • Provide quality education to students by delivering relevant and up-to-the-date concepts and application in business and management.
  • Develop professionals who possess the Franciscan values and culture of excellence.
  • Establish industries and government linkages in facilitating transferring of knowledge, and technology innovation that will lead to job creation and economic development.

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Financial Management (BSBA-FM)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management (BSBA-MM)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Operations Management (BSBA-OM)

SCHOOL OF COMPUTER STUDIES

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The School of Computer Studies (SCOM) is committed to prepare students to be professionals in the field of Information and Communication Technology by providing them analytical, technical and communication skills through appropriate concepts, principles, research and technology development. Train them to become accustomed to work environment, develop personal integrity and upholding the culture of excellence through the Franciscan values of faith and humility.

VISION

The School of Computer Studies (SCOM) strives to develop information technology professional by providing an educational enterprise with the thrust in computer science, systems and software engineering. We strive to build a school that excels in systems and software development. We aspire to be recognized by industries and government as a premier source of outstanding graduates.

MISSION

To attain our vision, we commit to:

  • Provide quality education to students by delivering relevant and up-to-the-date concepts and application in information and communication technology.
  • Initiate research in computing, software design and development.
  • Develop information technology professionals who possess the Franciscan values and culture of excellence.
  • Establish industries and government linkages in facilitating transferring of knowledge, and technology innovation that will lead to job creation and economic development.

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The School of Education adheres to its commitment to equip future teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviors and skills required to perform tasks in the school; and to the development of a professional that is active in the pursuit of higher levels of academic competence and professional existence, committed to the improvement of the quality of life of all learners, dedicated to the promotion of a just and humane society, and imbued with love of God, nature and country.

VISION

The School of Computer Studies (SCOM) strives to develop information technology professional by providing an educational enterprise with the thrust in computer science, systems and software engineering. We strive to build a school that excels in systems and software development. We aspire to be recognized by industries and government as a premier source of outstanding graduates.

MISSION

To attain our vision, we commit to:

  • Provide quality education to students by delivering relevant and up-to-the-date concepts and application in information and communication technology.
  • Initiate research in computing, software design and development.
  • Develop information technology professionals who possess the Franciscan values and culture of excellence.
  • Establish industries and government linkages in facilitating transferring of knowledge, and technology innovation that will lead to job creation and economic development.

DEGREE PROGRAMS

  • Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English (BSEd – English)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino (BSEd – Filipino)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Mathematics (BSEd – Math)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Science (BSEd – Science)
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Social Studies (BSEd – Social Studies)

Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

A Franciscan graduate is someone who:

  1. Practices a values system that promotes love of God, family, and country by respecting social and cultural diversity and understanding the significance of both environmental sustainability and social justice.
  2. Shows commitment to one’s line of work / profession by having a constant desire to seize the opportunities to become better professionals.
  3. Exudes excellence by making effective use of one’s talents and skills be it physical, mental, and social well-being in order to produce outputs of the highest quality.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) – Common to the Discipline

Three to five years after graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Articulate the relationship of education to larger, historical, social, cultural, and political processes. (ILO2)
  2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino. (ILO2)
  3. Work effectively and collaboratively with a substantial degree of independence in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams. (ILO2)
  4. Demonstrate higher levels of thinking skills in planning, assessing and reporting. (ILO3)
  5. Practice professional and ethical teaching standards to respond to the demands of the community. (ILO1)
  6. Pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional growth. (ILO2)
  7. Demonstrate in-depth understanding of the development of elementary / adolescent learners. (ILO3)
  8. Exhibit comprehensive knowledge of various learning areas in the elementary / secondary curriculum. (ILO3)
  9. Participate in various types of employment, development activities, and public discourses, particularly in response to the needs of the communities one serves. (ILO1)
  10. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”. (ILO1)

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) – Common to the Discipline

Upon graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Facilitate learning using a wide range of teaching methodologies in various types of environment. (PLO1,2)
  2. Develop alternative teaching approaches for diverse learners. (PLO3,4,6)
  3. Apply skills in curriculum development, lesson planning, materials development, ICT utilization, instructional delivery and educational assessment. (PLO1,3,4)
  4. Demonstrate basic levels of thinking skills in planning, assessing and reporting. (PLO1,4)
  5. Create and utilize materials appropriate to the elementary / secondary level to enhance teaching and learning. (PLO4,5,8)
  6. Design and implement assessment tools and procedures to measure elementary / secondary learning outcomes. (PLO4,6)
  7. Enhance conceptual knowledge by participating in review sessions and seminars / trainings. (PLO3,5)
  8. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility. (PLO1,9)

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) – Specific to Bachelor of Elementary Education

Three to five years after graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the diversity of learners in various learning areas. (PLO7, SLO2)
  2. Manifest meaningful and comprehensive pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of the different subject areas. (PLO8, SLO 1-7)
  3. Utilize appropriate assessment and evaluation tools to measure learning outcomes. (PLO4, SLO3-6)
  4. Manifest skills in communication, higher order thinking and use of tools and technology to accelerate learning and teaching. (PLO2,4, SLO1-7)
  5. Demonstrate positive attributes of a model teacher, both as an individual and as a professional. (PLO1-10, SLO1-8)
  6. Manifest a desire to continuously pursue personal and professional development. (PLO6, SLO7)

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) – Specific to Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English

Three to five years after graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Possess broad knowledge of language and literature for effective learning. (PLO8, SLO7)
  2. Use English as a global language in a multilingual context as it applies to the teaching of language and literature. (PLO2)
  3. Acquire extensive reading background in language, literature, and allied fields. (PLO5-6, SLO7)
  4. Demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication. (PLO2)
  5. Shows competence in employing innovative language and literature teaching approaches, methodologies, and strategies. (PLO6-8, SLO1-6)
  6. Use technology in facilitating language learning and teaching. (SLO3)
  7. Inspire students and colleagues to lead relevant and transformative changes to improve learning and teaching language and literature. (PLO3, SLO5-7)
  8. Display skills and abilities to be a reflective and research-oriented language and literature teacher. (PLO5-6, SLO7)

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) – Specific to Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino

Three to five years after graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Nagpapamalas ng mataas na antas ng kaalaman sa pagtuturo ng wika at panitikang Filipino. (PLO4, SLO1-6)
  2. Nagpapakita ng malawak at malalim na pag-unawa at kaalaman sa ugnayan ng wika, kultura, at lipunan. (PLO8-9, SLO7)
  3. Nakagagamit ng iba’t ibang kasanayan at kaalaman sa proseso ng pagtuturo-pagkatuto. (PLO4, SLO1-6)
  4. Nagtataglay ng kaalaman hinggil sa usapin ng cultural at linggwistikong dibersidad ng bansa. (PLO3, SLO2)
  5. Nakapagdidisenyo ng malikhain, inobatibo, at integratibong mga alternatibong dulog sa pagtuturo at pagkatuto. (PLO4,8, SLO1-6)
  6. Nakagagawa ng pananaliksik ukol sa ikauunlad ng wikang Filipino bilang wikang panturo. (PLO6, SLO7)

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) – Specific to Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Mathematics

Three to five years after graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Exhibit competence in mathematical concepts and procedures. (PLO8, SLO7)
  2. Exhibit proficiency in relating mathematics to other curricular areas. (PLO8, SLO1-6)
  3. Manifest meaningful and comprehensive pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of mathematics. (PLO6,8, SLO1-7)
  4. Demonstrate competence in designing, constructing and utilizing different forms of assessment in mathematics. (PLO4, SLO4-6)
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in problem-solving by solving and creating routine and non-routine problems with different levels of complexity. (PLO8, SLO7)
  6. Use effectively appropriate approaches, methods, and techniques in teaching mathematics including technological tools. (PLO4,8, SLO4-6)
  7. Appreciate mathematics as an opportunity for creative work, moments of enlightenment, discovery and gaining insights of the world. (PLO1, SLO8)

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) – Specific to Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Science

Three to five years after graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Demonstrate deep understanding of scientific concepts and principles. (PLO8, SLO7)
  2. Apply scientific inquiry in teaching and learning. (PLO3-8, SLO1-7)
  3. Utilize effective science teaching and assessment methods. (PLO4, SLO4)

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) – Specific to Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Social Studies

Three to five years after graduation, the students are expected to have the ability to:

  1. Utilize appropriate various sociocultural and historical materials in explaining current issues. (PLO1,4, SLO5)
  2. Organize communities towards self-reliance and self-sufficiency. (PLO3,9, SLO8)
  3. Demonstrate leadership skills that will help in teaching or training students who will empower their communities. (PLO5, SLO8)
  4. Integrate local and global perspectives in teaching the principle of the common good. (PLO1, SLO8)
  5. Employ principles of sustainable development in teaching and learning. (PLO5, SLO8)
  6. Show scholarship in research and further learning. (PLO6, SLO7)
  7. Display the qualities of an innovative teacher who has mastery of the subject matter. (PLO8, SLO7)