Bachelor of Special Need Education


Project Description


A leading academic center producing competitive and multi-skilled Teacher Education graduate committed to serve for the advancement of the community.


Preparation of globally competitive teachers who are imbued with ideals of nationalism and patriotism and are sufficiently equipped with dynamic pedagogical knowledge and skills.


Realization of highest level of professional existence and commitment through the development of knowledge, skills, competencies, attitudes, and values for every education students.

Program Outcomes:

  • Basic/Foundation: Provide respectful and meaningful learning experiences and collaborative opportunities for students with additional needs and their families.
  • Learner Development and Individual Learning Differences: Respond effectively to educational needs of students with additional needs.
  • Learning Environments: Create safe, inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments for students with additional needs.
  • Curricular Content Knowledge: Use knowledge of general and specialized curricula to individualize learning for students with additional needs.
  • Instructional Planning and Strategies: Use evidence-based instructional strategies to maximize learning opportunities for students with additional needs.
  • Assessment: Use multiple methods of assessment and multiple data-sources to make sound educational decisions for students with additional needs.
  • Professional Learning and Practice: Demonstrate reflective thinking and professional self-direction.

Program Requirements

Admission Requirements (According to the 2018 Revised Student Handbook)

  • A student shall have obtained in Senior High School a rating of least 85% or its equivalent while applicants with average lower than 85% should pass Teacher Aptitude Test
  • Physically and psychologically fit.
  • Should write a brief account for enrolling to Elementary/Secondary Education.
  • Should be interviewed by designated official of the college.

Retention Policy (According to the 2018 Revised Student Handbook)

  • No grade lower than 2.50 in any subject.
  • No grade lower 2.00 or its equivalent in any major subject.
  • No failing grade in any subject.
  • If the student fails to meet the retention policy in the first semester of second year level, the student shall be given one semester on probation, after which and the deficiencies still occur, the student will be advised to shift to another course or program.



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