4 Contact Us De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (Taft Campus) 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila Tel. no to 47 De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (AKIC Campus) Arellano Avenue cor. Estrada Street, Malate, Manila Tel. no De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (SDA Campus) 950 P. Ocampo Streets, Malate, Manila Tel. no Student Grants Office Tel. no to 47 loc. 163 or Admissions Center Tel. no to 47 loc. 126, 220 or 221 Direct line: Website: CSB Hotel - International Conference Center Tel. no Website: Solomon Guest House 1025 C. Ayala Street, Malate, Manila Tel. no Blessed Br. Jaime Hilario Hall / Blessed Br. Scubilion Hall 308 Isidro Drive, Pasay City Tel. No Vatel Restaurant Manila CSB Hotel Roofdeck Tel. No loc
5 If your fingers have led you to this page, please read on a little longer, and allow me to welcome you to De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB), one of the 17 Lasallian schools in the Philippines. DLS-CSB belongs to an international Lasallian family that stretches back through three centuries and into 80 countries around the globe. Despite its relative youth, DLS-CSB has steadily carved out its place in the Philippine educational map. As it continues to grow in terms of population and physical facilities, its spirit of innovation and creativity propels it on towards becoming the school of choice for students who know better. I am pleased to tell you that Benildean teachers and personnel do try to see themselves as formators who walk the extra mile to bring out the best in our students. Because we try to see each learner as a child of God, we want to offer each student the best service possible. Benildean-Lasallian formation offers young people like you the necessary competence and confidence to do well in their chosen professions. Our graduates appreciate the transformative experiences they had in DLS-CSB, which helped them to become true Benildean-Lasallians, that is, professionals who integrate Gospel perspectives and values into the conduct of their daily lives. Come, then, and prepare yourself to make your own unique contribution to the building up of our country! Come, journey with us! Br. Victor A. Franco FSC President and Chancellor
6 Mission At De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, we believe that it is our duty to create and nurture a learning climate promoting success through mutual support and respect for all learners. As a learner-centered institution, we recognize diversity by addressing various needs, interests and cultures. As a community of students, faculty, staff and administrators, we strengthen our relationships through transformational experiences guided by appreciation of individual worth, creativity, professional competence, social responsibility, a sense of nationhood, and our faith. We actively anticipate and respond to individual, industry and societal needs by offering innovative and relevant programs that foster holistic human development. Vision De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, a member of De La Salle Philippines, is a Catholic, dynamic, and innovative learning community. Guided by the Lasallian principles of Faith, Zeal for Service and Communion in Mission, it recognizes the uniqueness of every individual and responds to the diverse needs of all learners. 6
7 Deaf Advocate Multimedia Artist Web Designer Graphic Artist Photographer Filmmaker Business Entrepreneur Sign Language Interpreter Multimedia Artist Photographer Animator Graphic Artist Illustrator Filmmaker Fashion Designer Stylist Industrial Designer Interior Designer Performance Artist Architect Composer Events Manager Dancer Sound Engineer Musical Arranger Musical Director Set Designer Prosthetics Specialist Furniture Designer Visual Merchandiser Photographer Scriptwriter Hotelier Chef Tourism Manager Entrerepreneur IT Manager Human Resource Manager Game Designer Diplomat Lawyer Social Scientist Consul Academician We focus more on how you learn Benilde is a learner-centered institution. We recognize students unique learning abilities, talents and skills and encourage you to discover on your own. We provide options so that you would become responsible and active critical problem solvers. Here, you will collaborate with your teachers, who will guide you along the way through feedback and constructive criticism. You will learn not only the whats, but just as importantly, the hows and the whys. DLS-CSB observes the trimestral academic calendar. 1 st 2 nd 3 rd term term term May 3 rd week- August last week September 2 nd week- December 3 rd week January 3 rd week- April 2 nd week Let your talents lead you to where you can shine. 7
8 Our Founder and Our Saint Saint John Baptist de La Salle He embraced all classes, all conditions of society. By making the free schools popular, he grasped the growing needs of society in his own day and for all times. No phase of the educational problem escaped his penetrating vision. John Baptist de La Salle was born to a wealthy family in France, but he was so moved by the plight of the poor that he resolved to dedicate his talents and advanced education towards the service of children who were often left to themselves and were badly brought up. This brought him to establish free schools and form the community that became known as the Brothers of the Christian Schools. He made radical reforms that responded to his society s needs and changed the structure and system of education altogether. He made education available to all classes and taught in a language that his students could understand. He went on to establish training colleges for teachers, reform schools for delinquents, technical schools, as well as secondary schools for modern languages, arts and sciences. His work quickly spread through France and continued to spread across the globe after his death. In 1900, John Baptist de La Salle was declared a Saint. In 1950, in recognition of his exemplary life and contributions to education, he was made Patron Saint of All Teachers. His legacy lives on today, as the De La Salle Brothers, assisted by more than 100,000 lay colleagues, teach over 1,000,000 students in 82 countries. Saint Benilde Romançon Pierre Romançon was born to a poor peasant family in Auvergne, France. At an early age, he became a tutor of prayers to his playmates. He felt a strong desire to be a Lasallian Brother and assumed the name Benilde when he became a follower of John Baptist de La Salle. He loved teaching children and spent 40 years in the classroom. He taught not only young pupils, but also held classes for some of his students parents and other adults as well. He became distinguished for his devotion to educating students from all walks of life, going as far as to learn sign language to teach a Deaf boy catechism in order to make it possible for the latter to receive Holy Communion. An embodiment of Lasallian spirituality and simplicity, Benilde Romançon worked hard to enrich the quality of fraternal unity among the Brothers through prayer, song and music. In 1928, his virtuous life was recognized. In acknowledging his achievements, Pope Pius XI said, Sanctity does not consist in doing extraordinary things, but in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well. In October 27, 1967, he was declared a saint. Benilde Romançon s selfless devotion to education encouraged many young men to the priesthood and religious life, and he became known as the Lasallian patron saint of vocations. 8
9 Our Story Sanctity does not consist in doing extraordinary things, but in doing things extraordinarily well. Pope Pius XI on Benilde Romançon It was in this spirit that De La Salle University established the Career Development Program (CDP) in 1980 to cater to unique learners such as working students. It was an evening school offering degree programs in Business Administration major in Business Management and Marketing Management. It was also the beginnings of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. As the program progressed, it saw that there were students who needed guidance to cope with the academic requirements in degree-oriented courses in regular colleges. In response to this need, CDP established the Preparatory Studies Department in In 1985, CDP expanded to become a Community College. It opened its doors to regular students in 1987 when it began offering courses in Human Resource Management and Computer Applications. The college preparedness program was still being offered under the Educational Development Department, which later on progressed to become the General Studies Program. It was in 1988 that the Community College was renamed De La Salle University- College of Saint Benilde, and then later on, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, after the Lasallian patron saint for vocations. As the College expanded, it moved to its new campus at 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila in January 1989 and opened more programs under the Arts and Business Studies Department. The College began conducting its own admissions process in 1993 and reached full autonomy in In 1997, it held its first commencement exercise independent from DLSU. Five years after its autonomy, DLS-CSB inaugurated its second campus at the corner of Arellano Avenue and Estrada Streets: the Angelo King International Center (AKIC) Campus which houses the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management and CSB Hotel, the first hotel-school in the country. Then in 2007, the College inaugurated its third campus along P. Ocampo St. (formerly Vito Cruz), the School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus. DLS-CSB Campus facade blessing in
10 La Salle Worldwide Network Today, the La Salle Worldwide Network spans 1,500 institutions in 82 countries. For centuries now, this global Lasallian family has been following the steps of its founder Saint John Baptist de La Salle in offering Christian education to the young, especially the less fortunate. Unified by a commitment to the Lasallian Mission, the International Association of Lasallian Universities (IALU) nurtures a fraternity that transcends gender, culture, age, and class. Asia and Pacific Islands De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Manila, Philippines De La Salle Catholic University Manado, Indonesia De La Salle Health Sciences Institute Cavite, Philippines De La Salle Lipa Lipa City, Philippines De La Salle University Manila, Philippines De La Salle Canlubang Biñan, Philippines De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Cavite, Philippines De La Salle Araneta University Malabon City, Philippines La Salle University Ozamiz City, Philippines La Salle College Antipolo Anitipolo City, Philippines La Salle High School Multan, Pakistan University of St. La Salle Bacolod City, Philippines Europe and Non-English Speaking Africa Centre Lasallien Africa-CELAF Abidjan-Riviera, Africa Ecole Catholique D Arts et Métiers (ECAM) Lyon, France Enginyeria i Arquitectura La Salle Barcelona, Espana Fratelli Delle Scuole Cristiane-La Salle Roma Roma, Italia Institute Polytechnique La Salle Beauvais Beauvais, France Institut Reine Astrid De Mons (IRAM) Mons, Belgique Instituto San Pio X Madrid, Espana ISAIP-ESAIP Angers, France La Salle Campus Madrid Madrid, Espana Mexico and Central America Centro de Estudios Superiores La Salle Monterrey, Leon, Mexico Escuela Superior de Educación Integral Rural Guatemala, Guatemala 10 ICCRE Instituto Centroamericano de Ciencias Religiosas Guatemala, Guatemala Normal Superior Benavente Puebla, Mexico Universidad De La Salle Bajío A.C. Guanajuato, Mexico Universidad De La Salle Chihuahua A.C. Chihuahua, Mexico Universidad De La Salle San Jose San Jose, Costa Rica Universidad De La Salle Oaxaca Oaxaca, Mexico Universidad La Salle Cancun Cancun, Mexico Universidad La Salle Cd. Victoria Cd. Victoria, Mexico Universidad La Salle Cuernavaca A.C. Cuernavaca, Mexico Universidad La Salle Laguna Laguna, Mexico Universidad La Salle Mexico Cd. de Mexico, Mexico Universidad La Salle Morelia Morelia, Mexico Universidad La Salle Nezahualcoyotl Cd. de Mexico, Mexico Universidad La Salle Noroeste Sonora Cd. Obregon, Mexico Universidad La Salle Pachuca Pachuca, Mexico Universidad La Salle Saltillo Saltillo, Mexico Universidad Marista La Salle Guadalajara Guadalajara, Mexico Universidad Tecnologica La Salle Leon Leon, Nicaragua North America, Bethlehem, and English-Speaking Africa Bethlehem University Bethlehem, Palestine Christ the Teacher Institute for Education Nairobi, Kenya Christian Brothers University Memphis, USA College of Santa Fe Santa Fe, USA La Salle University Philadelphia, USA Lewis University Illinois, USA Manhattan College New York, USA Saint Mary s College of California California, USA Saint Mary s University of Minnesota Minnesota, USA South America Centre Lasallien d Études Superieures en Education CLE Port de Paix, Haiti Centro Universitario La Salle UNILASALLE Canoas, Brasil Corporación Universitaria Lasallista Antioquia, Colombia Escuela Normal Superior San Pio X Choco, Colombia Fundacion La Salle de Ciencias Naturales Caracas, Venezuela Instituto Catecheticum Santiago, Chile Instituto La Crujia Buenos Aires, Argentina Instituto La Salle Florida Buenos Aires, Argentina Instituto La Salle Rosario Santa Fe, Argentina Instituto Superior Pedagógico La Salle Cuzco, Peru Instituto Superior Pedagógico Fray Florencio Pascual Alegre Requena, Peru InstitutoTecnico Central Bogota, Colombia Institutos Superiores La Salle (UNILASALLE-RJ) Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Instituto Pastoral de la Adolescencia Buenos Aires, Argentina Universidad Catolica de Brasilia Tanguatinga, Brasil Uniao Brasiliense de Educacao e Cultura UBEC Brasilia, Brasil Unilasalle Manaus AM AM, Brasil Universidad De La Salle Bogota Bogota, Colombia Universidad La Salle Boliva La Paz, Bolivia
11 De La Salle Philippines De La Salle Philippines unites the 17 Lasallian schools in the country in the desire to create a bigger impact in improving Lasallian education today. Metro Manila De La Salle Araneta University Malabon City De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde Malate, Manila De La Salle Santiago Zobel School Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa City De La Salle University Malate, Manila La Salle Green Hills Mandaluyong City Luzon De La Salle Canlubang Biñan City, Laguna De La Salle Health Sciences Institute Dasmariñas City, Cavite De La Salle Lipa Lipa City, Batangas De La Salle University-Dasmariñas Dasmariñas City, Cavite La Salle College Antipolo Antipolo City, Rizal Jaime Hilario Integrated School-La Salle Bagac, Bataan Visayas De La Salle Andres Soriano Memorial College Toledo City, Cebu St. Joseph School-La Salle Bacolod City, Negros Occidental University of St. La Salle Bacolod City, Negros Occidental Mindanao De La Salle John Bosco College Bislig City, Surigao del Sur La Salle Academy Iligan City, Lanao del Norte La Salle University Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental
12 Contents School of Management and Information Technology 56 School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies School of Multidisciplinary Studies School of Design and Arts School of Professional and Continuing Education School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management 46 Faculty and Learning Environment 84 12
13 Learning Facilities 86 Learning Technology Personnel Admissions Requirement and Procedures 100 Scholarships and Financial Assistance Travel Advisory and Campuses Student Lifestyle 98
14 school of DeafEducation & Applied Studies Deaf Learners Preparatory Course 17 Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies 17 14
15 The School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) strives to be the leader in learner-centered Deaf education. With various programs and services, it ensures that equal access to opportunities and the diverse needs of its students and professionals are addressed. SDEAS offers a degree in Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies; a pre-college program through the Deaf Learners Preparatory Course; and short courses in Filipino Sign Language for Deaf and Hearing individuals. SDEAS Aside from academics, SDEAS provides holistic services for its students through Center for Deaf Esteem and Formation (C-DEAF) and Center for Partnership and Development (C-PD). C-DEAF develops self-esteem and leadership skills of Deaf students through various activities while C-PD builds partnerships among the Deaf and Hearing communities. Filipino Sign Language is used as the medium of instruction in recognition that the Deaf community has its own language, culture and values. Believing that college education must be equally accessible to members of the Deaf community, DLS-CSB offers scholarships to deserving and marginalized Deaf high school graduates. Since 2002 until 2010, SDEAS has been a partner of the Post Secondary Education Network-International (PEN-International), a global collaboration of colleges and universities for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The partnership, funded by a grant from the Nippon Foundation of Japan, has brought in innovative instructional strategies and technologies for Deaf learners & faculty members. SDEAS ensures that Deaf heritage is preserved and Deaf culture is valued and nurtured.
16 1. SDEAS celebrates the Annual Deaf Festival every November. Other schools for the Deaf come to Benilde to join in the celebration. 2. Students in SDEAS Business Entrepreneurship track are trained to be owners and managers of small- to medium-sized enterprises. 3. SDEAS has two centers that enable interactive learning through technology PEN Multimedia Learning Center and the PEN Learning Center. 4. SDEAS offers Filipino Sign Language classes to students, College personnel and the external public as part of DLS-CSB s commitment to provide access for the Deaf
17 Deaf Learners Preparatory Course (DLPC) Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies (BAPDST) The DLPC is a two-trimester evaluative program that provides remedial enrichment and formative activities via five clusters of study: Faith Formation, Personal Development (interpersonal & intrapersonal), Filipino Sign Language, English, and Mathematics. Students are required to pass this course before they gain entry into the degree program. 3 2/3 11 years terms Term 1 Pre-Reading Skills 1 3 Basic Faith Notion 1 3 Introduction to Filipino Sign Language 1 3 Intrapersonal Development 3 Mathematics 1 3 Term 2 Pre-Reading Skills 2 3 Basic Faith Notion 2 3 Basic Understanding of Words and Concepts 3 Interpersonal Development 3 Pre-Algebra 3 The Applied Deaf Studies program empowers Deaf young adults to become productive and active members of society. The program aims to develop Benildean leader-advocates who are competitive, capable and committed in making positive contribution to their communities, industries, and the nation at large. By developing your competitive skills, and expertise, you will be given the confidence and competence to become gainfully employed, perform effectively in the workplace or be able to start your business. You can choose between two tracks: - The Computer Graphics Track prepares you for careers related to graphic design and computer imaging. This track is for those who are interested in new media design and communications, and other fields using digital technologies. You will be trained in website design using Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver, interactive design and authoring using Macromedia Director, videography, photography, print design and pre-press production. - The Business Entrepreneurship Track prepares you to set up, operate and manage small- to medium-level businesses. You will learn techniques in producing food and non-food products. You will also develop competencies in the areas of bookkeeping, accounting, and office management. It also equips you with computer application knowledge that will help you implement efficient and effective business operation processes. 17
18 First Year Aesthetics 3 Bible Studies 3 Business Mathematics 3 College Algebra 3 Communication Skills 1 3 Computer Literacy 3 CSB Life 3 Deaf Word Processing 3 English Grammar 1 3 English Grammar 2 3 Filipino Sign Language and the Filipino Deaf Literature 3 Panitikang Pilipino 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Table Tennis 2 Professional Computing 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 Second Year Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Communication Skills 2 3 Deaf Identity: Truths and Misconceptions 3 Dynamics of Religion - Church and Sacraments 3 General Psychology 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Philippine History 3 Philippine Government 3 Philippine Literature in English 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Socio-Anthropology 3 World Literature 3 Third Year Academic Writing 3 Business Communications 1 3 Communication Processes & Its Impact on Deaf Identity & Human Relations 3 Environmental Chemistry 3 Gender Sensitivity: Breaking the Chains of Bias, Violence, and Discrimination 3 Introduction to Economics 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Special Topics on Communication Skills for Better Human Relations 3 Fourth Year CSB Grad 1 Deaf Community Builders: The Deaf as Agent of Social Transformation 3 Natural Science 12: Human Anatomy and Physiology 3 Nature and Dynamics of the Filipino Deaf Community 3 Computer Graphics Electives Track Design Elements and Principles 3 Desktop Multimedia 1 3 Desktop Multimedia 2 3 Digital Illustration 1 3 Digital Illustration 2 3 Portfolio 3 Practicum for Computer Graphics 3 Web Animation 3 Web Publishing 3 Business Entrepreneurship Electives Track Business Marketing 3 Exploring Business Opportunities 1: Product Development 3 Exploring Options for Business Opportunities: Proposal 1 3 Exploring Options for Business Opportunities: Proposal 2 3 Introduction to Business 3 Practicum Selling 3 Practicum for Employment in Hotel and Restaurant Operations 3 Series Seminar on Accounting for Entrepreneurial Application Ia 3 Series Seminar on Accounting for Entrepreneurial Application IB 3 18
19 History of Sign Language in the Philippines Thesis project by Ma. Elena Lozada 2. Hand Me the Flour An SDEAS and SHRIM collaborative event where pastry teachers from SHRIM taught baking to Deaf students as part of the entrepreneurship program. 3. Tahimik Na Recto Thesis project by Lea Resti Leal 3 19
20 I like my course because it encourages me to think of new business ideas. I also enjoy learning different aspects of business such as product development, marketing, and accounting. Ma. Zhiela L. Atenor BAPDST, Business EntrepreneurshipTrack 20
21 Student life in SDEAS also entails personal development, faith formation opportunities, leadership trainings and venues for selfexpression. The Center for Deaf Esteem and Formation (C-DEAF) provides activities such as sports, performing arts and community service for a holistic learning experience to our Deaf students. Part of my learning experience in Benilde as a well-rounded individual is the extra-curricular activities. I play basketball and perform as one of the Silent Steps dancers. Janilu N. Bustamante BAPDST, Computer Graphics Track
22 school of Design & Bachelor of Arts in Animation 26 Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management Arts Bachelor of Arts in Digital Filmmaking 30 Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts 32 Bachelor of Arts in Music Production 34 Bachelor of Arts in Photography 35 Bachelor of Arts in Production Design 37 Bachelor of Arts major in Fashion Design and Merchandising 38 Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance 41 Bachelor of Science in Architecture 42 Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Design 44 Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design 45
23 We may not be fully aware of it but we encounter design and art everyday, from structures where we live, study or work in, patterns and construction of clothes we wear, ergonomics of our gadgets, to the multimedia messages vying for our attention. Truly, design and art have become integrated aspects of our modern existence. Creativity, which fuels the sustainability of these things, determines the quality of our lives today and in the future. SDA The School of Design and Arts (SDA) provides a wide scope of offerings in specialized creative disciplines that meet the demands of an information-driven world. Its degree programs in the fields of arts, film, design, music, dance and multimedia, employ state-of-the-art traditional and new media technologies backed up by a strong Design Foundation program. The development of its curricula is moving towards a balanced distribution of the arts, history, critical thinking, design research, design process and methodology deep computer intelligence, syllabi focus and contextual relevance to environment. SDA has its own campus, a 14-storey academic complex envisioned to be the home of the new generation of Filipino artists. It houses various laboratories and materials where students can put into practice and hone their passions, talents and unique artistic abilities. The campus serves as a collaboration pod where students of different majors are driven to pursue projects and learn together how creativity can be useful for a society s survival. 80% of SDA faculty are active in the fields of arts and design who dedicate a portion of their time to share their knowledge and specific competencies.
25 The 13 degree programs in SDA are design and art kingdoms of their own but all abide to one rule, which is to constantly collaborate. It is when diverse disciplines converge that unique learning experiences are created, and that is by far more educational than any laboratory work. Annuale is SDA s degree show featuring the collection of best SDA student works and collaborations. These works are multi-sensory forms of art ranging from theatrical performances, film and animation screenings, installations to fashion shows. 25
26 First Year Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 College Algebra 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion Church and Sacraments 3 General Psychology 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba t-ibang Disiplina 3 Philippine History 3 Philippine Literature 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 Politics and Governance 3 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 Technical Writing 3 World Literature 3 Advance animation classes allow students to use pen/touch tablet technology, enabling them to execute their creative vision directly on screen. Bachelor of Arts in Animation (ABANI) 3 9 years terms The AB in Animation program aims to strike a balance between commercial animation and fine art animation. It is the first comprehensive program for future animators in the country. You will focus on 2D animation, 3D animation and experimental animation. The curriculum will cover the theoretical and practical studies of animation with an internship program during the last year. The course includes basic design foundation subjects and the business aspect of animation film production. By the final year, you will have a project that will either be 2D, 3D or experimental in nature. An exhibit and a film festival will be the culminating activity of the course. Graduates of this program will find a career as animation artists for animated feature films, TV series, TV spots, video games, web animations, mobile phone contents, scientific and medical visualizations and animation producers, among others. You can choose to work as in-house artist for animation studios or as an independent filmmaker. Second Year Basic and Digital Photography 3 Basic and Digital Video 3 Basic Computing 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Color Theory and Rendering 3 Computer Graphics 3 Design Professions and Code of Ethics 3 Environmental Factors in Design 3 Freehand Drawing 3 History of Art and Design 1 3 History of Art and Design 2 3 Human Factors in Design 3 Introduction to Animation 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Life Drawing 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Oral Communications 3 Philippine Art and Design History 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Principles of Design 3 Third Year Animation On-the-Job Training 3 Animation Portfolio 3 Animation Preproduction 1 3 Animation Preproduction 2 3 Animation Production 1 3 Animation Production 2 3 Animation Postproduction 1 3 Animation Postproduction 2 3 Basics of 2D Animation 3 Basics of 3D Animation 3 Introduction to Experimental Animation 3 Background Design and Layout 3 Business of Animation 3 Clay and stop-motion Animation 3 CSB Grad 1 Flash Animation for TV and Video 3 Principles of Animation 3 Sound Design for Animation 3 Writing for Animation 3 26
27 Bakuna ni Tutoy by Atomic Productions (Alexis Somes, Allyn Martin & Kevin Makasiar) My Strange Friend by Mario Al-Ghamdi S. Javier Jr. & Erika Bianca Liveta When Alma Died by Wesley Tan, Finalist at the Animahenasyon
28 Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management (ABAM) 3 2/3 11 years terms The Arts Management degree program prepares you to be proficient in art history, theory and criticism. You will likewise be taught about cultural programming and its resources. You will also learn about design and arts management techniques and technologies. This degree program is for those who want to manage businesses and institutions related to design, arts and the creative industries. You will find career fulfillment as managers of museums, art galleries, antique shops, dance studios and cultural resource institutions; administrators of performing arts companies and visual arts organizations; project directors of local and international cultural events, competitions, exhibits, and development projects; art entrepreneurs; cultural attachés and project developers or cultural officers of international cultural agencies/institutions and art councils. First Year Basic Computing 3 Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 College Algebra 1 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion Church and Sacraments 3 Environmental Chemistry 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Oral Communication 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Iba t-ibang Disiplina 3 Philippine History 3 Philippine Literature 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 Politics and Governance 3 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 Technical Writing 3 World Literature 3 Second Year Aesthetics for Design Majors 3 Arts Management Statistics 3 Basic and Digital Photography 3 Basic and Digital Video 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Computer Graphics 3 Design and Arts Management 3 Design Professions and Code of Ethics 3 Ecology 3 General Psychology 3 History of Art and Design 1 3 History of Art and Design 2 3 Introduction to Arts Administration 3 Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Philippine Art and Design History 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Research Methodology in Arts Management 3 Summer Arts Management Practicum 1 3 Arts Management Practicum 2 3 Third Year Art Policy 3 Basic Anthropology 3 Concept Development for Arts Management 3 Creative Writing 3 Financial Management in Arts Organizations 3 Organizational Design 3 Philippine Art Forms in Media Arts 3 Philippine Art Forms in Performing Arts 3 Philippine Art Forms in Visual Arts 3 Philippine Culture 3 Planning and Development in Arts Organizations 3 Principles of Accounting 3 Principles of Marketing for Arts Management 3 Project Management 3 Technical Writing 3 Workshop in Media Arts 3 Workshop in the Performing Arts 3 Workshop in Visual Arts 3 Fourth Year Arts Law 1 3 Arts Law 2 3 CSB Grad 1 Management for Media Arts 3 Management for Performing Arts 3 Management for Visual Arts 3 Practical Research in Arts Management 1 3 Practical Research in Arts Management 2 3 Publicity and Public Relations 3 Seminar on Arts Management 3 Seminar on Cultural Policy 3 Seminar on Cultural Resource Management 3 The SDA Campus houses the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design where modern forms of art and design are showcased, created and pursued, in collaboration with local and global linkages for development.