College of Arts and Sciences

CAS Vision, Mission and Goals


The College of Arts and Sciences is a community of learners imbued with communicative competence, mathematical skills, and environmental responsibility to uplift the country in the face of a rapidly changing world of the 21st century.


To give quality and specialized instruction in the Arts and Sciences, to raise greater consciousness for scientific researchers, and provide opportunity for the realization of the full potentials of both teachers and students as members of the global community.


Apply their acquired knowledge and skills in the fields of English Language, Environmental Science, and Mathematics;

Research-focused individuals who seek to promote intellectual curiosity, creative and critical thinking and mature judgment

Transfer the acquired professional and technical skills through relevant extension services:

Socially-responsive individuals who effectively address local, national, and global issues affecting the well-being of the community and the country;

Communicate core academic knowledge through the different medium of writing, oral and research skills, and

Inculcate the values of cultural sensitivity, ethical responsibility and social consciousness needed to become upright citizens of the country and the world.

OBE Framework

The College of Arts and Sciences is committed to delivering high-quality education through an Outcome-Based Education (OBE) framework tailored to the requirements outlined in CMO No. 48, Series of 2017 for the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (BS Math), CMO No. 35, Series of 2005 for the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science (BSES), and CMO No. 24, Series of 2017 for the Bachelor of Arts in English Language (ABEL). Our educational goals emphasize the development of analytical thinking, research skills, effective communication, ethical awareness, and preparation for careers or further studies.

The BS Math program equips students with quantitative proficiency, analytical reasoning abilities, research skills, and professional endeavor readiness, preparing them for careers in finance, data analysis, or further studies in mathematics-related disciplines. Likewise, the BSES curriculum focuses on scientific knowledge, interdisciplinary awareness, research competence, and ethical considerations, preparing graduates to address environmental challenges. In the ABEL program, students attain language proficiency, literary analysis skills, research competence, and cultural understanding to excel in diverse contexts. Assessment practices at both the course and program levels ensure continuous improvement to achieve these outcomes, reflecting a commitment to quality education and student success.

Admission Requirements

4-Year BSM, BSES, ABEL – an average grade of 83%

Incoming Freshman

  • Form 138 (1 Photocopy)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Original PSA Authenticated Birth Certificate
  • 2pcs recent 1×1 picture
  • 1pc long envelope


  • Certificate of Transfer Credentials (1Photocopy)
  • Informative copy of TOR (1 Photocopy)
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • Original PSA Authenticated Birth Certificate
  • 2pcs recent 1×1 picture
  • 1pc long brown envelope