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De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (Taft Campus) 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila Tel. no. 526-7441 to 47 De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (AKIC Campus) Arellano Avenue cor. Estrada Street, Malate, Manila Tel. no. 523-8888 De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (SDA Campus) 950 P. Ocampo Streets, Malate, Manila Tel. no. 536-6752 Student Grants Ofce Tel. no. 526-7441 to 47 loc. 163 or 211 Email: scholarships@benilde.edu.ph Admissions Center Tel. no. 526-7441 to 47 loc. 126, 220 or 221 Direct line: 524-8233 Email: admissions@benilde.edu.ph Website: www.benilde.edu.ph/admissions CSB Hotel - International Conference Center Tel. no. 400-3333 Website: www.benilde.edu.ph/hotel Solomon Guest House 1025 C. Ayala Street, Malate, Manila Tel. no. 536-6416 Email: solomon@benilde.edu.ph Blessed Br. Jaime Hilario Hall / Blessed Br. Scubilion Hall 308 Isidro Drive, Pasay City Tel. No. 524-2919 Vatel Restaurant Manila CSB Hotel Roofdeck Tel. No. 523-8888 loc. 272

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

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.

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.

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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 societys 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 Romanon


Pierre Romanon 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 Romanon 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 Romanons seless devotion to education encouraged many young men to the priesthood and religious life, and he became known as the Lasallian patron saint of vocations.

Our Story
Sanctity does not consist in doing extraordinary things, but in doing things extraordinarily well. Pope Pius XI on Benilde Romanon
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 1984. 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 UniversityCollege 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 1994. In 1997, it held its rst 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 rst 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 1989

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. Unied 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 Pacic 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 Bian, Philippines De La Salle University-Dasmarias 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 DArts et Mtiers (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

ICCRE Instituto Centroamericano de Ciencias Religiosas Guatemala, Guatemala Normal Superior Benavente Puebla, Mexico Universidad De La Salle Bajo 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

Saint Marys College of California California, USA Saint Marys University of Minnesota Minnesota, USA Centre Lasallien dtudes Superieures en Education CLE Port de Paix, Haiti Centro Universitario La Salle UNILASALLE Canoas, Brasil Corporacin 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 Pedaggico La Salle Cuzco, Peru Instituto Superior Pedaggico 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

South America

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

Mexico and Central America

Centro de Estudios Superiores La Salle Monterrey, Leon, Mexico Escuela Superior de Educacin Integral Rural Guatemala, Guatemala

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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.

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

Metro Manila

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

Luzon

De La Salle Canlubang Bian City, Laguna De La Salle Health Sciences Institute Dasmarias City, Cavite De La Salle Lipa Lipa City, Batangas De La Salle University-Dasmarias Dasmarias City, Cavite La Salle College Antipolo Antipolo City, Rizal Jaime Hilario Integrated School-La Salle Bagac, Bataan

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

Mindanao

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School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies

School of Management and Information Technology

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School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management

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School of Multidisciplinary Studies

School of Professional and Continuing Education Faculty and Learning Environment

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Admissions Requirement and Procedures Scholarships and Financial Assistance

Personnel

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Travel Advisory and Campuses

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DeafEducation &Studies Applied


Deaf Learners Preparatory Course17 Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies 17

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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. 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.

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SDEAS celebrates the Annual Deaf Festival every November. Other schools for the Deaf come to Benilde to join in the celebration. Students in SDEAS Business Entrepreneurship track are trained to be owners and managers of small- to medium-sized enterprises. SDEAS has two centers that enable interactive learning through technologyPEN Multimedia Learning Center and the PEN Learning Center. SDEAS offers Filipino Sign Language classes to students, College personnel and the external public as part of DLS-CSBs commitment to provide access for the Deaf.

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Deaf Learners Preparatory Course (DLPC)


The DLPC is a two-trimester evaluative program that provides remedial enrichment and formative activities via ve 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. Term 1 Units

Bachelor in Applied Deaf Studies (BAPDST)


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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 Units

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 condence 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 elds 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 ofce management. It also equips you with computer application knowledge that will help you implement efcient and effective business operation processes.

Pre-Reading Skills 2 3 Basic Faith Notion 2 3 Basic Understanding of Words and Concepts 3 Interpersonal Development 3 Pre-Algebra 3

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First Year Units


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 Units


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

Fourth Year Units


CSB Grad Deaf Community Builders: The Deaf as Agent of Social Transformation Natural Science 12: Human Anatomy and Physiology Nature and Dynamics of the Filipino Deaf Community 1 3 3 3

Computer Graphics Electives Track

Third Year Units


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

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

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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

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1. 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

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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

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Esteem and Formation (C-DEAF)


provides activities such as sports, performing arts and community service for a holistic learning experience to our Deaf students.

Student life in SDEAS also entails personal development, faith formation opportunities, leadership trainings and venues for selfexpression. The Center for Deaf

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

Design
Bachelor of Arts in Animation 26 Bachelor of Arts in Music Production 34 Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Design 44 Bachelor of Arts major in Fashion Design and Merchandising 38

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Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management 28

Bachelor of Arts in Photography 35

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Bachelor of Arts in Digital Filmmaking 30 Bachelor of Arts in Production Design 37

Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts 32

Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance 41

Bachelor of Science in Architecture 42

Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design 45

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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. 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 elds of arts, lm, 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 societys survival.

of SDA faculty are active in the elds of arts and design who dedicate a portion of their time to share their knowledge and specic competencies.

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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 SDAs degree show featuring the collection of best SDA student works and collaborations. These works are multi-sensory forms of art ranging from theatrical performances, lm and animation screenings, installations to fashion shows.
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First Year Units

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 Ibat-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

Second Year Units


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

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
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The AB in Animation program aims to strike a balance between commercial animation and ne art animation. It is the rst 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 lm production. By the nal year, you will have a project that will either be 2D, 3D or experimental in nature. An exhibit and a lm festival will be the culminating activity of the course. Graduates of this program will nd a career as animation artists for animated feature lms, TV series, TV spots, video games, web animations, mobile phone contents, scientic and medical visualizations and animation producers, among others. You can choose to work as in-house artist for animation studios or as an independent lmmaker.

Third Year Units


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

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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 2010

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Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management (ABAM)


3 2/3 11
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The Arts Management degree program prepares you to be procient 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 nd career fulllment 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 attachs and project developers or cultural ofcers of international cultural agencies/institutions and art councils.
First Year Units
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 Ibat-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

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.
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Arts Management Practicum 1 Arts Management Practicum 2

Third Year Units


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

Second Year Units


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

Fourth Year Units


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

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Students will be able to properly incorporate the use of text, video, sound, graphics, and animation in order to create a richer and dynamic content for an effective user-computer experience; thus, highlighting human-computer interaction through the use of different mediums.
Jen Maninang ABMMA Chairperson

Filmmaking isnt like a lot media courses where you can survive by sitting behind a computer all day. You have to go out and shoot on location, you have to brave the heat, brave the rain, and when it snows, chances are youll be out in the eld when it happens. Its a very visceral experience because the quality and greatness of your work is directly proportional to the amount of effort, work and heart you put into it, so the rewards of a job well done are amazing.
Jag Garcia ABDFILM Chairperson

Bachelor of Arts in Digital Filmmaking (ABDFILM)


3 9
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The Digital Filmmaking Program takes the time-honored techniques and traditions of motion picture production, combines it with modern digital technology, and endeavors to create the cinema of the future. You will undergo training in the art and craft of lmmaking, as well as gain instruction in the business aspect of the lm industry such as production management, marketing, and festival organization among others. This curriculum of technical, theoretical, artistic and creative courses can inspire you to establish your own production studio, create independent features and documentaries, work in an established lm industry, or develop content for non-cinematic mediums such as television, corporate communications, new media, and the Internet.
First Year Units
Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Basic Computing 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Bible Study 3 Philippine Art and Design History 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 Philosophy of Man 3 College Algebra 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 CSB Life 3 Scriptwriting 1: Adaptation 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Sound Design 3 Environmental Factors in Cinema 3 World Cinema 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 Oral Communications 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat-ibang Disiplina 3 Third Year Units Philippine History 3 Advanced Digital Video Production 3 Philippine Literature 3 Cinematography for Digital Filmmaking 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Corporate Filmmaking 3 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 CSB Grad 1 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 Demo Reel and Film Festival Production 3 Politics and Governance 3 Digital Film Production 1 3 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Digital Film Production 2 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Directing for Film Performance 3 Retorika 3 Documentary Film Production 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 Experimental Cinema 3 Technical Writing 3 Film Criticism and Theory 3 World Literature 3 Film Design 3 Film Finance, Distribution and Exhibition 3 Nature Studies and Documentation 3 Production Fundamentals and Management 3 Second Year Units Scriptwriting 2 3 Aesthetics for Design Majors 3 Theory and Practice of Editing 3 The Art of Film 3 Video/Film Production and Post-Production Basic and Digital Photography 3 for the Small Screen 3 Basic Digital Video Production 3 Advanced Visual Effects 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Color Theory and Rendering 3 Computer Graphics 3 Design Professions and Code of Ethics 3 General Psychology 3 History of Art and Design 1 3 History of Art and Design 2 3 Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3

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Moving Forward After Year Zero by Rosette Bolivar, Elise de Guzman, Jonathan Neri & Junius De Guia

Asawa by Gelo Acuran

Juvenile Attractions by Natilegh Sitoy, Luis Magsino & Gelo Acuran

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Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Arts (ABMMA)


3 2/3 11
years terms

First Year Units


Art Studies on Form and Shape 3 Basic Form and Shape 3 Bible Study 3 College Algebra 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Elementary Statistics 3 Figure Drawing 3 Human Factors in Interface Design 3 Introduction to Digital Photography 3 Introduction to Multimedia Arts 3 Oral Communications 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat Ibang Disiplina 3 Philippine History 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 Studies on Light and Color 3

Technical Writing 3 Theory in Art and Design 3 Typography, Image and Visual Communication 3 Western Art History 3 World Literature 3

Third Year Units


3D Animation Basics of Audio and Video for Multimedia Digital Audio for Multimedia Digital Video for Multimedia Graphic Communication and Digital Media Interactive Application for Mobile Media Interactive Applications for Ofine Digital Media Interactive Applications for Online Media Interactive Applications for Online Media 2 E-Commerce Interface Design for Multimedia Applications Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation Introduction to Multimedia Programming Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal Multimedia Arts Elective 1 Multimedia Project Topic Proposal and Content Development Multimedia Strategic Marketing and Positioning Open Elective 1 Politics and Governance Social Design 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

The Multimedia Arts degree program combines core skills such as communications, programming and graphic design with evolving areas such as digital media and the Internet. You harness the power of the latest digital media technology. This degree is also recommended for those who are interested in broadcasting, journalism, communication arts, new media design and communications, and other elds using digital technologies. Upon graduation, you can become involved in the following disciplines: advertising, computer-aided design, computer-based multimedia design, interactive games, human-computer interface, multimedia education and training, electronic layout and pre-press for graphic design and print media publishing, illustration and visualization, video production, animation, corporate communications and web production and management.

Second Year Units


2D Animation 3 Asian Art History 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 General Psychology 3 Interactive Content for Multimedia 3 Introduction to Graphic Design and Multimedia 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Multimedia Communication Research 3 Multimedia Communication Theory 3 Multimedia Content Writing 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Philippine Literature 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Professional Ethics 3

Fourth Year Units


CSB Grad 1 General Education Elective 3 Multimedia Arts Elective 2 3 Multimedia On-the-job Training 3 Multimedia Portfolio and Branding 3 Multimedia Project Management 3 Multimedia Project-Production 3 Multimedia Project-Post Production 3 Natural Science-Environmental Science and Communication 3 Open Elective 2 3

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Tooth Fairy Treats Interactive Storybook about proper dental care Thesis project by Chloe Choa

Emerge Multimedia exhibit of graduating batch.

Futkal - Futbol sa Kalye Web Video Feature about street football Thesis project by Dino Dizon

Bachelor of Arts in Music Production (ABMP)


3 9
years terms

The Music Production degree program focuses on the study of music and its creative processes, with the use of music technology tools, in the present contemporary musical form, style and genre. This program is unique to the DLS-CSB curriculum and aims to elevate music production into the industry of recording, advertising, music scoring, and music for theater and concert performances viable to both local and global market. Through the Music Production program, you will be able to nd career fulllment as a composer, songwriter, arranger, music director, singer, session musician, recording engineer and record producer.

First Year

The sound recording and mixing studios beehive design achieves optimum sound quality and awless music production.

Asian Music 2 Basic Computing 3 Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 College Algebra 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Fundamentals of Music 1 3 Fundamentals of Music 2 3 Fundamentals of Music 3 3 History of Western Music 3 Introduction to Music Technology 3 Keyboard 1 3 Keyboard 2 3 Oral Communications 3 Philippine History 3 Philippine Music 2 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Technical Writing 3

Units

Second Year Units


Advanced Arrangement and Orchestration 2 Aesthetics 3 Arranging for Big Band 2 Arranging for Orchestra 2 Applied Music 1 3 Applied Music 2 3 Basic Composition 3 Basic MIDI Principles and Concepts 3 Basic MIDI Setup 3 Basic Recording Techniques 3 College Physics 3 General Psychology 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Music Business 2 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat-ibang Disiplina 3 Philippine Contemporary Popular Music 2 Philippine Literature 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Principles of Acoustics and Their Musical Applications 2 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 Songwriting 3 Vocal Arranging 2

Third Year Units


Advanced Composition 3 Advanced Film and Video Scoring 3 Advanced Recording Technology 3 Basic Film and Video Scoring 3 Business Ethics 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 CSB Grad 1 Environmental Chemistry 3 Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Major Demo Production 3 Music Production Practicum 6 Politics and Governance 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Retorika 3 Sound Reinforcement Technology 3 World Literature 3 Writing Jingles and Music for Commercials 3

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Bachelor of Arts in Photography (ABPHOTO)


3 9
years terms The Photography program prides itself as the pioneering degree course in photography in the country. In keeping up with global communication standards, technology and design, leading practitioners in the industry will train you to develop creative photographic skills and a critical understanding on aesthetics balanced with professional and business practices. The program perceives itself as an instrument for social change. You can enter the creative sector servicing various elds including commercial photography, ne art photography, digital imaging and design, advertising photography as well as other industries requiring photographic activities like medicine, journalism and architecture, among others.

First Year Units


Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 College Algebra 3 General Psychology 3 Human Factors in Design 3 Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat-ibang Disiplina 3 Philippine History 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

Second Year Units


Aesthetics for Design Majors 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 Freehand Drawing 3 History and Concepts of Photography 3 History of Art and Design 1 3 History of Art and Design 2 3 Introduction to Photography 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Oral Communications 3 Philippine Art and Design History 3 Philippine Literature 3 Physical Education 4: Basketball/Volleyball 2 Principles of Design 3 Visualization 3

Third Year Units


Advanced Digital Photography 3 Advertising Photography 3 Alternative and Historical Processes 3 Architectural Photography 3 Business in Photography 3 CSB Grad 1 Ecology 3 Fashion Photography 3 Large Format Black and White 3 Looking at Photographs 3 Marketing Strategies for Photographers 3 On-the-Job Training for Photographers 3 Philippine Photography 3 Photojournalism 3 Photoshop for Photographers 3 Portfolio Development and Gallery Exhibition 3 Quality of Light 3 Styling for Photographers 3 Web Page Designing for Photographers 3

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Works of ABPHOTO students exhibited during the second SDA Annuale showcase in 2012

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Bachelor of Arts in Production Design (ABPRD)


3 1/3 10
years terms

The Production Design degree program develops your skills and interests in designing sets, costumes and props for movies, commercials, television, theater, events and advertising. You will learn about lm and theater design, design and art history, media studies and production management. Theoretical exercises are offered together with studio classes in drawing, drafting, computer-aided drafting and design, stagecraft, props-making, prosthetics, costume construction and other related skills. You can look forward to career fulllment working as a production designer, art director, costume designer, set dresser, wardrobe master, props master for theater and lm, visual merchandiser, in-house production designer for advertising agencies, exhibit designer, specialist in elds like prosthetics, set construction, costumes, props, puppetry, special effects and model-making, publishing and production houses.
The SDA Campus has a workshop laboratory for production design majors where they construct elaborate props and set designs used in theater productions.

First Year Units


Basic Computing 3 Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 College Physics 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Ecology 3 College Algebra 1 3 General Psychology 3 Introduction to Economics with Taxation and Agrarian Reform 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat-ibang Disiplina 3 Philippine History 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 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

Second Year Units


Aesthetics for Design Majors Basic and Digital Video Catholicism in the Modern World Color Theory and Rendering Computer Graphics Design and Arts Management Design Professions and Code of Ethics Freehand Drawing History of Art and Design 1 History of Art and Design 2 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal National Service Training Program 1 National Service Training Program 2 Oral Communication Philippine Art and Design History Philippine Literature in English Basic and Digital Photography Physical Education 4: Team Sports Politics and Governance Principles of Design World Literature 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3

Third Year

Cinematography 3 Computer-Aided Design and Drafting 3 Costume 1: History of Costume 3 Costume 2: Costume Execution 3 Film Design 1 3 History of Furniture 3 Introduction to Film 3 Introduction to Theater 3 Lighting Design for Theater 3 Stage Effects and Props 1 3 On-the-job Training module 1 3 Perspective Drawing for Designers 3 Production Proposal and Planning 3 Scene Design 1 3 Scene Design 2 3 Stage Craft and Set Construction 3 Technical Drawing 1 3 Technical Drawing 2 3

Units

Fourth Year Units


Advertising Design 3 CSB Grad 1 On-the-job Training Module 2 3 Production Execution and Evaluation 3 Stage Effects and Props 2 3 Technical Direction 3

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Bachelor of Arts major in Fashion Design and Merchandising (AB-FDM)


3 2/3 11
years terms

The Fashion Design and Merchandising degree program focuses on design development and philosophies, as well as production and marketing procedures with fashion business at the core. This degree program is for those who want to design clothes for specic markets. Upon graduation, you can pursue careers in the following: fashion design, costume design, accessory design, fashion production management, fashion styling, and illustration.

First Year Units


Bible Study 3 College Algebra 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Ecology 3 Elementary Statistics 3 Environmental Chemistry 3 General Psychology 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Oral Communications 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat-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 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 Technical Writing 3 Word Processing 3

Second Year Units


Basic and Digital Video 3 Basic and Digital Photography 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Color Theory and Rendering 3 Computer Graphics 3 Design and Arts Management 3 Design Professions and Code of Ethics 3 Freehand Drawing 3 History of Art and Design 1 3 History of Art and Design 2 3 Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 Introduction to Fashion and Design 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 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Politics and Governance 3 Principles of Design 3 Retorika 3 World Literature in English 3

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Third Year Units


Childrens Apparel Clothing Construction 3 Childrens Apparel Pattern Drafting 3 Clothing Construction 1 3 Clothing Construction 2 3 Computer Aided Drafting and Design 1 3 Computer Aided Drafting and Design 2 3 Draping 1 3 Draping 2 3 Fabric Design 1 3 Fabric Design 2 3 Fabric Design 3 3 Fashion Figure Sketching 1 3 Fashion Sketching 2 3 History of Costume 3 Mens and Childrens Designing 3 Pattern Drafting 1 3 Pattern Drafting 2 3

4 3

Fourth Year Units


Advanced Draping 3 Apparel Creative Design 1 3 Apparel Creative Design 2 3 Apparel Creative Design 3 3 Apparel Production Procedure 3 CSB Grad 1 Designer Critic Clinic 1 3 Designer Critic Clinic 2 3 Draping 3 3 Fashion Design Line Development 3 Fashion Illustration 3 Fashion Show Management 3 Fashion Sketching and Watercolor Rendering 3 3 Fashion Trending 3 Mens Apparel Clothing Construction 3 Mens Apparel Pattern Drafting 3 Merchandising Marketing 3 Specialty Merchandising 3

Creations of Will Flores Valeriano 1. Satin terno with protrusion detail 2. Fiber glass dress with capiz shell top and paper mch skirt 3. Velour and cotton shirt and velour and cotton pants with built-in shorts 4. Sequined tulle and wool jumpsuit with ribbon fringes

Playground for the


1. The SDA Theater can seat 558 people. It is a venue where students can stage productions and presentations. 2. The Black Box is a performance laboratory where students can do experimental theater productions. Given its unadorned black interiors, students can manipulate and convert it into any type of set-up or space. 3. The SDA Campus has a 105-seater Cinema where student works can be presented. The Cinema also serves as a venue for cultural immersion as students can watch local and international lms here for free. 4. The Green Screen Room is a venue for image projection and animation. Students may use this room to shoot lms and other digital works. It allows them to later superimpose shot images over other backgrounds.

Creative mind

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Bachelor of Performing Arts in Dance (BPAD)


4 12
years terms

The dance degree program is designed to transform dance into an expressive art form and a profession. It is offered in consortium with Ballet Philippines Dance School at the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), and nurtures your technical and artistic competencies. The Colleges dynamic learning atmosphere and state-of-the-art facilities combined with the CCPs environment, professionalism and ethics produce artists and entrepreneurs in the dance eld. You will develop a strong theoretical perspective, rm technical and artistic skills, and good management capabilities. This degree program is for those who want to improve their craft as a dancer and earn a college degree at the same time. Upon graduation, you can enter the professional world as a dancer, dance teacher, choreographer or dance educator.
First Year Units
Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 Classical Ballet Technique 1 3 Classical Ballet Technique 2 3 Classical Ballet Technique 3 3 College Algebra 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 General Psychology 3 Modern Dance Technique 1 3 Modern Dance Technique 2 3 Modern Dance Technique 3 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat Ibang Disiplina 3 Philippine History 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Religion and Contemporary Search of Self 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 Technical Writing 3 Modern Dance Technique 4 3 Modern Dance Technique 5 3 Oral Communications 3 Philippine Design History 3 Philippine Literature 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Politics and Governance 3

Third Year

Second Year Units


Aesthetics for Design Majors 3 Asian Dance 2 Basic Computing 3 Basic Photography 3 Basic Video 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Classical Ballet Technique 4 3 Classical Ballet Technique 5 3 Classical Ballet Technique 6 3 Design and Arts Business Management 3 Design, Arts and the Law 3 Introduction to Economics with Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3

Anatomy for Dancers 3 Ballet Repertoire 3 Character Dance 3 Classical Ballet Technique 7 3 Classical Ballet Technique 8 3 Dance and Society 3 Dance Composition 1 3 Dance Composition 2 3 Dance Production 1 3 Ecology 3 Folk Dance 1 2 Folk Dance 2 2 History of Dance 3 History of Philippine Dance 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Introduction to Theater 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Music for Dancers 3 Music Theory 3 World Literature 3

Units

Fourth Year Units


Ballet Pedagogy 3 College Physics 3 CSB Grad 3 Dance Criticism 3 Dance Forms 3 Dance Injuries and Prevention 3 Dance Production 2 3

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Bachelor of Science in Architecture (BS-ARCH)


4 1/3 years 13 terms
The Architecture degree program integrates the multi-disciplinary elds of design and art with advances in computer technology, the science of building construction and business management. Students will be awarded with certicates of prociency at specic levels of competency in specialized elds. Aside from well-rounded training in ne arts, humanities and sciences, you will learn urban planning and design, and current business trends in the architectural profession. The program also has a strong practicum component that establishes linkages with the design and construction industry through seminars, educational trips and an active apprenticeship program. You can look forward to a successful career in the elds of design, construction and business. Aside from becoming a licensed architect with your own established design rm, you may also aspire to become a CADD expert, a project manager, or a business process outsourcing entrepreneur, among others.
Fourth Year Units First Year Units
Aesthetic Appreciation for Architecture 3 Analytic Geometry 3 Architectural Theories 1 Elements and Principles of Design 3 Bible Study 3 College Algebra 3 College Physics 1 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 History of Architecture 1 3 History of Architecture 2 3 History of Architecture 3 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Solid Mensuration and Solid Geometry 3 Technical Writing 3 Trigonometry 3 Visual Communications 1 - Technical Drawing and Drafting 3 Visual Communications 2 Perspective Drawing 3 Visual Techniques 1 - Freehand Drawings in Pencil 3 Visual Techniques 2 - Color Theories and Rendering Techniques 3 Architectural Design 1 - Introduction to Architectural Concept Development 3 Architectural Design 2 Community Regentrication 3 Architectural Interiors 3 Architectural Theories 2 - Architectural Concepts and Analysis 3 Building Technology 1 Building Materials 3 Building Utilities 1 - Plumbing and Sanitary Systems 3 Construction Detailing Wood, Steel and Concrete (Two-Storey Buildings) 3 College Physics 2 3 Creative Design in Architectural Interiors and Spaces 3 Differential and Integral Calculus 3 General Psychology 3 History of Architecture 4 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Physical Education 3: Individual and Dual Sports 2 Philosophy of Man 3 Plane Surveying 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Physical Fitness - Team Sports 2 Statics of Rigid Bodies 3 Visual Techniques 3 Advanced Architectural Presentation and Rendering Techniques 3 World Literature 3 Administration & Regular Architectural Services 3 Alternative Building Construction Systems 3 Architectural Structures 3 Community Architecture and Urban Design 5 Design of Complex Structures 5 Fundamentals of Urban Design & Community Planning 3 st 3 Global Architectural Practice for the 21 century Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning 3 Oral Communications 3 Politics & Governance 3 Specialization 1 (Elective no. 1) 3 Specialization 2 (Elective no. 2) 3 Specialization 3 (Elective no. 3) 3

3D Animation/Rendering CAD2 Acoustics and Lighting Systems Advanced 3D Studio Modeling using 3D Studio Max Advanced 3D CAD Presentation with Walkthrough: 3D Studio Max and AutoCAD Revit (BIM) Basic Computer Aided Design 3D Drawings-CAD1 Catholicism in the Modern World Construction Detailing: Wood, Steel and Concrete (Multi-Storey) Electrical, Electronics and Mechanical Systems Komunikasyon ng Akademikong Pilipino Laws Affecting Architectural Practice Masining na Pagpapahayag Site Development and Landscaping Site Planning & Landscape Architecture Space Planning 1 Space Planning 2 Specs Writing and Quantity Surveying Steel & Timber Design Strength of Materials Theory of Structures Tropical Design

Third Year Units


3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Certicate of Qualied Construction Supervisor


Architectural Comprehensive Course Review Introduction to Sociology Natural Science, Environment & Society Research Thesis Writing 3 3 3 5

Certicate of Qualied Architectural Business Manager Summer Units


Summer OJT Apprenticeship Program 5

Certicate of Procient Architectural CAD Draftsman

Graduating Term Units


CSB Grad 1 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Principles of Housing 3 Specialization 4 (Elective no. 4) 3 Taxation & Agrarian Reform 3 Thesis Application & Oral Defense 5

Second Year Units

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Architectural models made by BS-ARCH students on display during the second SDA Annuale showcase in 2012

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Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design (BS-ID)


3 2/3 11
years terms

First Year Units


Basic Computing 3 Bible Study 3 Business Communication 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 College Physics 3 College Algebra 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Environmental Chemistry 3 General Psychology 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat-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 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Sining ng Komunikasyon 3 Technical Writing 3

Third Year Units


Advanced Drafting Techniques 3 Anthropometry & Ergonomics 3 Basic Computer Aided Design 3 Basic Drafting Techniques 3 Calculus 3 Design of Childrens Toys 3 Digital Illustration 1 Electro-mechanical Design 3 Engineering Computer Aided Design 3 Engineering Mechanics 1 3 Furniture Design 3 Manufacturing Technologies 1 (Handcrafted Industrial Products) 3 Manufacturing Technologies 2 (Advanced Industrial Products) 3 Model Construction in Clay, Plaster and Resins 3 Model Construction in Wood and Fiberglass 3 Packaging Design Workshop 3 Pastel and Marker Rendering Techniques 3 Principles of Management 3 Simple Form Development 3 Structural Design of Promotional Products 3 Visual Communication Techniques 3

The Industrial Design degree program trains you to design products that would make the everyday lives of people easier and fun. The program develops your design skills with practical aspects of ergonomics, function, marketing, manufacturing and aesthetics, as well as business-related concepts like entrepreneurship and management. This degree program is for those who want to design products that are innovative and value-laden. After graduation, you will nd career fulllment in the following elds: product design, graphic design, package design, window or instore displays (merchandising), exhibition design, furniture and furnishing design, transportation design/car styling, toy design, giftware design, home/lifestyle product design, consumer electronic product design, 3D modeling/product prototyping and design education.

Second Year
Aesthetics for Design Majors Basic and Digital Photography Basic and Digital Video Catholicism in the Modern World Color Theory and Rendering Computer Graphics Design and Arts Management Design Professions and Code of Ethics Freehand Drawing History of Art and Design 1 History of Art and Design 2 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal Model Construction in Paperboard and Styrofoam Board National Service Training Program 1 National Service Training Program 2 Philippine Art and Design History Physical Education 4: Team Sports Politics and Governance Principles of Design

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3

Fourth Year Units


Advanced 3D Modeling 1 Consumer Electronics Design 3 Cost Accounting 3 CSB Grad 1 Digital Imaging 1 Engineering Mechanics 2 3 Industrial Design Portfolio Development 3 Industrial Design Seminar and Portfolio 3 Oral and Visual Presentation Techniques for ID 1 Principles of Marketing 3 Production and Operations Management 3 Strength of Materials 3 Thesis Defense 3 Thesis Design Research 3 Thesis Design Solution Development 3

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Bachelor of Science in Interior Design (BS-IND)


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4 1/3 13

years terms

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program is aimed at developing a mastery of interior space planning, as well as specifying interior elements such as nishes and furnishings that will lead to the creation of aesthetically pleasing and functional spaces that enhance the lifestyle of the spaces inhabitants. You have the opportunity to enter the following elds: interior design, set and exhibition design, product and furniture design and visual merchandizing, among other creative elds of endeavor.

First Year

Bible Study Business Mathematics 2 College Algebra 1 CSB Life General Psychology Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal Natural Science 1 Natural Science 2 National Service Training Program 1 Oral Communication Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat-ibang Disiplina Philippine Literature in English Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness Physical Education 2: Dance Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self Reading and Writing in English for College Students Retorika Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan Technical Writing The Dynamics of Religion

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Aesthetics 3 Basic Computer Aided Design 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Color Rendering 1 3 CSB Grad 3 Color Rendering 2 3 Introduction to Economics with Decorative Arts 3 Agrarian Reform and Taxation 3 Freehand Drawing 1 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Freehand Drawing 2 3 Management Logic 3 Elements and Principle of Design 3 Natural Science 3 3 Ergonomics 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Furniture Styles 3 Philippine History 3 History of Art and Architecture 3 Physical Education 3: Individual/ Interior Design 1 3 Dual Sports 2 Materials and Methods 1 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Materials and Methods 2 3 Politics and Governance 3 Mechanical Drawing 1 3 Word Processing 3 Mechanical Drawing 2 3 World Literature 3 Perspective Drawing 1 3 Perspective Drawing 2 3

Units

Third Year Units

Fourth Year

Advanced Computer-Aided Design Advanced Utilities Business of Interior Design: Marketing and Management Interior Architecture Interior Design 1: Residential Design Interior Design 2: Commercial Design Interior Design 3: Restaurant Design Professional Practice and Ethics in Interior Design Research Methodology Specication Writing Trends in Interior Design Workshop 1: View Drawings Workshop 2: Landscape and Set Design

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Fifth Year

Design Exhibit Interior Design 4: Hotel and Hospital Design Interior Design Seminars Principles in Accounting Workshop 3: Furniture Design and Full-Sizing

Units
3 3 3 3 3

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Hotel, Restaurant Institution Management


Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management 48 Master of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management 54 Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management 52

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Interest in careers related to the hotel, tourism and restaurant industries may be due in part to the entrepreneurship and employment opportunities in such elds here and abroad. The appeal is also a result of the hospitality industrys renewed mystique and glamour with the popularity of cooking and travel shows and the rise to fame of celebrity chefs. With a growing and demanding market thats consistently looking for newer and better products and services, competition is tough in this business. For newbies a strong foundation in theory matched by on-the-job experience is whats needed to come out on top. The School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) prepares future hoteliers, restaurateurs and tourism managers for the rigors and precision of the hospitality industry. SHRIM imparts to its students the credo The gold mark in service is awarded only to those who consistently uphold the highest of standards which reinforces not only superior talent and skill but also the dilligence and meticulousness required to excel in this eld. SHRIM offers two degrees with strong management orientationthe Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (HRIM) and International Hospitality Management (IHM). HRIM has three tracks of specialization: Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management and Tourism Management. So whether it is running the business end at the back of the house, engaging customers at the front of the house or creating dishes in the kitchen, students are trained in all aspects of the hotel, restaurant and tourism industry no matter what specialization they choose. On the other hand, the International Hospitality Management track is a double degree program which is offered in partnership with Institut Vatel, a world-renowned hotel school in France. Both degree programs are run by SHRIMs roster of mentors, who are practicing professionals with work experiences in local and international settings. SHRIM has its own campus, the Angelo King International Center (AKIC), which houses industry-level kitchen laboratories as well as a fully functional rst-class hotel. CSB Hotel is a hotel-school that caters to actual guests and stands as one of the schools main hatcheries where students can apply what they learn through hands-on experience. Additional school hatcheries in all DLS-CSB campuses are maintained for SHRIM students following the philosophy that true education culminates in practice.

SHRIM represents Vatel Manila, which is part of the network of Vatel schools worldwide recognized for

international curriculum
in business, hotel and tourism management.
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SHRIM

Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM)


3 1/3 10
years terms

The Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management degree program integrates theory and practice to provide you with a strong management and service orientation as well as a global perspective of hotel and restaurant operations.
Students may choose from among the following elds of specialization: - The Culinary Arts track is for those who want to create new dishes and experiment in the kitchen. It nurtures your passion for food and its preparation. You will learn to work in a professional kitchen using the latest tools and equipment to prepare a variety of dishes while observing sanitation, safety and hygiene. You will also learn butchery and shmongery. Aside from an extensive knowledge of international cuisine, you will also be taught about nancial management, entrepreneurship, franchising and small business management. - The Hospitality Management track is for those who want to pursue a career in the hotel industry or put up ones own restaurant. It prepares you for a career in hospitality services, which covers lodging and dining. You will learn to be aware and alert about the minutest details in managing and operating hotels and restaurants. Aside from learning the skills and customer-oriented attitudes expected of a professional hotelier or restaurateur, you will also be instructed on the business management aspect of restaurant and hotel operations. - The Tourism Management track is for those who want to travel to different places and meet many people. It prepares you to be a competitive player in the tourism industry. You will learn to serve the travel needs of different clients and direct them to places within the country and even the world. Aside from travel and tourism courses, you will also take management and basic accounting courses along with a foreign language and a personality development course. Aside from becoming an entrepreneur, this degree will enable you to chart a successful career in the following elds: lodging, food service, recreation, travel and tourism-related businesses and government establishments.

First Year Units


Aesthetics 3 Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 College Algebra 1 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Ecology 3 General and Food Chemistry - Laboratory 1 General and Food Chemistry - Lecture 2 General Psychology 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Natural Science 3 3 Oral Communication 3 Philippine History 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/Dual Sports 2 Politics and Governance 3 Principles of Tourism 1 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 Word Processing 3

Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Personality Development in the Hospitality Industry 2 Philippine Literature in English 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Principles of Food Production and Menu Planning Laboratory 2 Principles of Food Production and Menu Planning Lecture 2 Principles of Management 3 Principles of Tourism 2 3 World Literature 3

Third Year Units


Asian Cuisine - Laboratory 2 Asian Cuisine - Lecture 2 CSB Grad 1 Entrepreneurship, Franchising and Small Business Management 3 Filipino Cuisine - Laboratory 2 Filipino Cuisine - Lecture 2 Financial Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 Front Ofce Operations 1 - Lecture 2 Front Ofce Operations 2 - Laboratory 1 Fundamentals of Baking and Pastries - Laboratory 2 Fundamentals of Baking and Pastries - Lecture 2 Gardemanger and Charcuterie - Laboratory 2 Gardemanger and Charcuterie - Lecture 2 International Cuisine - Laboratory 2 International Cuisine - Lecture 2 Marketing Management for Hospitality Industry 3 Nutrition and Wellness - Laboratory 1 Nutrition and Wellness - Lecture 2 Poultry and Meat Cookery - Laboratory 2 Poultry and Meat Cookery - Lecture 2 Practicum 1 - In-House 4 Seafood Cookery - Laboratory 2 Seafood Cookery - Lecture 2 Travel & Tourism Management 3 Practicum 2 - Off-Site

Culinary Arts Track Second Year Units


Basic Accounting - Hospitality Industry Basic Professional Cooking Skills - Laboratory Basic Professional Cooking Skills - Lecture Butchery and Fishmongery - Laboratory Butchery and Fishmongery - Lecture Catholicism in the Modern World Foreign Language 1 Hazard Analysis in Food Information System for Culinary Arts Introduction to Economics Introduction to Sociology 3 2 2 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

Fourth Year Units


6

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Students run our hatcheries by themselves with the guidance of mentors... they are assigned responsibilities. They rotate in all our hatcheries so every term, they learn something new and get different perspectives of the food and beverage industry.
Gil Acua SHRIM faculty

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Hospitality Management Track Second Year Units


Basic Accounting - Hospitality Industry 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Food and Beverage Service Systems - Laboratory 1 Food and Beverage Service Systems - Lecture 2 Front Ofce Operations 1 - Lecture 2 Front Ofce Operations 2 - Laboratory 2 Hazard Analysis in Food 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Marketing Management for Hospitality Industry 3 Personality Development in the Hospitality Industry 2 Philippine Literature 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Principles of Food Production and Menu Planning - Laboratory 2 Principles of Food Production and Menu Planning - Lecture 2 Principles of Management 3 Principles of Tourism 2 3 Professional Housekeeping - Laboratory 1 Professional Housekeeping - Lecture 2 Travel and Tourism Management 3 World Literature 3 Bar Management - Laboratory 2 Bar Management - Lecture 2 Convention and Catering Management 3 Cost and Control Analysis 3 CSB Grad 1 Entrepreneurship, Franchising, and Small Business Management 3 Events Management 3 Facilities Design and Building Engineering Systems Laboratory 1 Facilities Design and Building Engineering Systems Lecture 2 Financial Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 Foreign Language 1 3 Foreign Language 2 3 Hospitality Sales 3 Hospitality Trends 2 Human Resource Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 Incentive Marketing 3 Information Systems for the Hospitality Industry with Laboratory 3 Institutional Purchasing 3 Legal Aspects of the Hospitality Industry 2 Nutrition and Wellness - Laboratory 1 Nutrition and Wellness - Lecture 2 Practicum 1- In-House 4 Practicum 2 - Off-Site

Third Year Units

Tourism Management students at the Eiffel Tower in France during their European Tour

Travel and Tourism Track Second Year Units


Basic Accounting - Hospitality Industry 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Ecological Tourism 3 Hazard Analysis in Food 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Legal Aspects of the Hospitality Industry 3 Marketing Management for Hospitality Industry 3 Personality Development in the Hospitality Industry 2 Philippine Literature 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Principles of Management 3 Principles of Tourism 2 3 Principles of Food Production and Menu Planning - Laboratory 2 Principles of Food Production and Menu Planning - Lecture 2 Sports and Leisure Management 3 Travel and Tourism Management 3 Travel Documentation 3 World Literature 3

Third Year Units


Entrepreneurship, Franchising and Small Business Management 3 CSB Grad 1 Events Management 3 Financial Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 Foreign Language 1 3 Foreign Language 2 3 Front Ofce Operations 1 - Lecture 2 Front Ofce Operations 2 - Laboratory 2 Human Resource Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 Information System for Travel and Tourism - Laboratory 3 Nutrition and Wellness - Laboratory 1 Nutrition and Wellness - Lecture 2 Philippine Tourism 3 Practicum 1 - In-House 4 Tour Management and Guiding 3 Tourism Seminar 3 Travel Sales 3 World Tourism 3

Fourth Year Units


6

Fourth Year Units


Practicum 2 - Off-Site 6

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1. MAFBEX 2010 Culinary arts students are encouraged to join in local and international competitions to test their skills and improve their craft. 2. CSB Hotel, DLS-CSBs own hotel-school, is a rst-class fully operational hotel where students take their rst onthe-job training. 3. SHRIM students are trained to use the Micros Fidelio and OPERA Property Management systemssoftwares recognized and used worldwide for reservation and accommodation management. 4. SHRIM students get to experience working in a professional kitchen using the latest tools & equipment.

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Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management (BS-IHM)


3 2/3 11
terms

The International Hospitality Management degree program is the rst international double-degree program in the Philippines under the new transnational guidelines of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The program is made possible through DLS-CSBs partnership with Institut Vatel, a well-recognized and highly reputed hotel-school in France. With the partnership, DLS-CSB is now also known as Vatel Manila. As a student of this degree program, you benet from Vatels global curriculum and worldwide network of schools and partners. The program focuses on integrating theory and practice of hotel management with a global management perspective. Your training includes intensive French language training, specialized hospitality courses, and an expanded immersion, internship and externship training. At the end of the program, you will receive a Philippine Bachelors Degree and a French Bachelors Degree in International Hospitality Management, which is recognized by the European Union.

Aesthetics 3 Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 CSB Life 3 Foundations of Logic 3 French 1 1 General Psychology 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Natural Science 3 3 Oral Communications 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 Retorika 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 Technical Writing 3 The Dynamics of Religion 3 Word Processing 3 World Literature 3

First Year Units

Second Year Units


Basic Accounting - Hospitality Industry 3 Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Cultural Anthropology / Intercultural Management 3 Facilities Design & Building Engineering - Laboratory 1 Facilities Design & Building Engineering - Lecture 2 Financial Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 French 2 1 French 3 1 French 4 1 Front Ofce Operations - Laboratory 1 Front Ofce Operations - Lecture 2 Hazard Analysis in Food 3 Information Management for the Hospitality Industry - Laboratory 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Marketing Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 Nutrition and Wellness (Lecture) 3 Personality Development in the Hospitality Industry 1 2 Personality Development in the Hospitality Industry 2 2 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Principles of Management 3 Principles of Tourism 1 3 Principles of Tourism 2 3 Professional Housekeeping - Laboratory 1 Professional Housekeeping - Lecture 2 Rooms Division Management & Control Systems 3 Statistics 3

Third Year

Beverage Management - Laboratory 1 Beverage Management - Lecture 2 European Culture 2 European Tourism Economy 2 Financial Management for Hospitality Industry 3 Food Service Systems - Laboratory 1 Food Service Systems - Lecture 2 Global Trends in Tourism 2 Hospitality Sales & Marketing 2 Human Behavior in Organization 3 Human Resource Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 Internship 6 Principles of Food and Menu Planning - Lecture 2 Principles of Food and Menu Planning - Laboratory 2 Total Quality Management 3 Tourism Planning & Development 3 Wine Appreciation / Oenology - Laboratory 1

Units

Fourth Year Units


Cost Control and Analysis 3 CSB Grad 1 Entrepreneurship, Franchising & Small Business Management 3 Events Management 4 International Law 3 Internship (Deluxe Hotel) 6 Professional Catering Services - Laboratory 2 Professional Catering Services - Lecture 1

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SHRIM prepares its students for the rigors and precision of the hotel, restaurant, and tourism industries.

The Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management is a double degree program. When you graduate with BS-IHM, you earn both a Philippine bachelors degree and a French bachelors degree recognized by the European Union.

The Vatel Restaurant Manila, another SHRIM hatchery, is a ne-dining restaurant located at the CSB Hotel Roofdeck and is fully run by students.

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Master of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management (MSTHM)


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Total number of units Ideal number of terms

Raising the Bar Once Again


De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) introduces its rst-ever masters degree offering, the Master of Science in Tourism and Hospitality Management (MSTHM). This graduate studies program in the eld of hotel and tourism has three tracks of specialization: Culinary Management, Tourism Management, and Hospitality Management. MSTHM is DLS-CSBs response to the emerging need in the country to train hospitality professionals into becoming critical decision-makers, who have strong foundations in the business and science of hospitality, as well as strategic development competencies in food products, travel, and service industries. The program offers 18 units of core courses, followed by 18 units of subjects from their track of specialization, and 6 units of electives. The culminating requirement is a choice of either making a thesis, a strategic management paper, or rendering practicum hours. Successful applicants whose undergraduate degree is not HRM or Tourism are required to take nine (9) units of foundation courses on hospitality and tourism.

Core Subjects Units


Foundations of Tourism and Hospitality Business Ethics and Tourism and Hospitality Laws Advanced Research Methods Quantitative Analysis for Tourism and Hospitality Management of Financial Institutions New Venture Formulation in Tourism and Hospitality 3 3 3 3 3 3

Hospitality Management Track

Managing Service Quality in Tourism and Hospitality Advanced Hospitality Marketing Operations and Information Management 3 Trends and Issues in the Hospitality Industry

Units
3 3 3

Tourism Management Track

Major Subjects Culinary Management Track


Gastronomy and Culture Kitchen Organization Management Culinary and Food Product Innovation and Development Lifestyle and Wellness Management

Units
3 3 3 3

Micro and Macro Tourism Organization and Management Sustainable Destination Tourism Comparative Tourism Studies Trends and Issues in the Tourism and Travel Industry

Units
3 3 3 3

Electives: 6 Units Final Requirement Options: 6 Units


Strategic Management Paper Thesis Practicum Training

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Graduate Program Application


Procedure and Requirements

Submit the following application requirements in a long brown envelope.

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[ ] Completed De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB) Application Form [ ] Three (3) recent identical 2x2 photographs taken within the last six months [ ] Original copy of Transcript of Records (Marked For Evaluation or For Further Studies purposes) [ ] Original copy of the NSO Birth Certicate [ ] Two (2) DLS-CSB Recommendation Forms [ ] Certicate of Good Moral Character from previous school or current employer (Valid at least 6 months from date of issuance) [ ] Transfer Credentials/Honorable Dismissal (for applicants who completed degrees in the Philippines) or Certicate of Graduation (for applicants who completed degrees abroad, indicate degree title and date of graduation) [ ] Updated Curriculum Vitae/ Resume indicating previous work experience

Secure an application payment slip from the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable admission processing fee of Php600.00 (for Filipino applicants) or USD50.00 (for non-Filipino citizens) at the Finance Department.

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Wait for the department secretary to contact you for your application interview. Complete your application interview on the date specied.

Present the ofcial receipt to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and secure an application kit. Forms with incomplete requirements shall not be processed.

Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center to pick up your application result on the date specied.

Conrm your slot during the conrmation period.

Secure the test permit specifying the date, time and venue for admissions test. Take the admissions test during the date specied. No test permit, no exam.

>END
Enroll on the date specied.

For additional inquiries regarding admissions, contact:

Admissions Center

Trunk Line: 526-7441 to 47 loc. 126, 220 or 221 Direct Line: 524-8233 Email: admissions@benilde.edu.ph Website: www.benilde.edu.ph/admissions
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Management
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Computer Applications 58 Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Human Resource Management 60 CDP Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Business Management 70

school of

Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Export Management 59 Bachelor of Science in Information Systems 62 CDP Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, major in Marketing Management 71

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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with specialization in Game Design and Development 65

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Technology has clearly dened businesses today that even new economies are built around it. How a modern company adapts to constantly changing technology determines its long-term success or failure. These are the reasons why dynamic companies are always on the lookout for business leaders who are not only up-to-date on management techniques and strategies but who are also receptive and understanding about the endless stream of new technologies. The School of Management and Information Technology (SMIT) trains future business leaders in this high-tech world. Its degree programs are anchored on a business administration foundation that focuses on addressing the demands of the industry in the knowledge- and skills-based environments of computer applications, export management, human resource management, information systems, game design and development, business and marketing management. SMIT engages industry practitioners as faculty members who match theories and traditional knowledge with their expertise and experience. To ensure that the students are immersed in the latest business practices, industry professionals are tapped to develop and consistently update SMITs curricula. The faculty pool includes business owners, CEOs, managers, certied public accountants, lawyers, technopreneurs, consultants and resource persons who are of the same caliber of business leaders that the students will work with and aspire to be when they graduate. Also, SMIT maintains strong linkages with industry and government organizations such as PMAP, CITEM, DTI, PHILEXPORT, GDAP, PSITE and AME. Students are provided with opportunities for hands-on learning through linkages with companies like IBM, SMART Communications, Accenture and Microsoft to name a few. As such, SMIT ensures the availability of the latest software, systems and facilities used by the companies in their business operations. Students are assured that learning is not conned within the four walls of the classroomthey are educated with real-world scenarios and applications, as technology and business permeate all aspects of our lives

SMIT programs are

top caliber and industry responsive because

of its faculty members, facilities, curriculum, and industry linkages.


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SMIT

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Computer Applications (BSBA-CA)


3 1/3 10
years terms

The Computer Applications degree program is for those who want to manage an Information Technology (IT) company or want to use IT to further improve an organizations productivity. It trains students to become IT professionals who have a clear understanding of how they can create IT systems for an entire network of business operations through relevant and up-to-date IT courses. It also hones the students business management skills for different industries. Your exposure to practical business-solving methods with the use of information systems and technology tools will enable you to better understand, propose and implement IT solutions that are best suited to an organizations needs. When you graduate, you have an array of career opportunities to choose from. You can become a business analyst, system integrator and technopreneur. You may also venture into management positions such as project manager, IT manager, IT consultant, IT instructor or you may also choose to start up a technology-driven business.
First Year Units
Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 Technical Writing 3 System Analysis 3 Principles of Accounting 1 Principles of Accounting 2 Principles of Management Principles of Marketing Systems Design 3 3 3 3 3 Production Management Quality and Business Process Improvement Quantitative Techniques in Business Strategic Management and Business Policy Systems Planning, Design and Implementation 1 Web Development 1 Web Development 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Aesthetics 3 Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 College Algebra 1 3 Database Concepts and Applications 3 CSB Life 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 General Psychology 3 Introduction to Computer Systems and IT Ethics 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Management Logic 3 Natural Science 1 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/ Dual Sports 2 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3

Second Year Units


Business Economics Catholicism in the Modern World Corporate Social Responsibility Desktop Development 1 Desktop Development 2 Elements of Business Statistics Introduction to Development Law of Contracts Natural Science 3 Organizational and Business Communications Personnel Management Philippine Literature in English Physical Education 4: Team Sports Politics and Governance 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3

Third Year

Business Finance 3 CA Elective 1 3 CSB Grad 1 Human Behavior in Organization 3 Income and Business Taxation 3 Information Communication Technology Infrastructures 3 Information Communication Technology Trends 2 Information Resource Management 1 3 Information Resource Management 2 3 Law of Agency, Partnership and Corporations 3 Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal 3 Managerial Accounting 3 Partnership and Corporation Accounting 3

Units

Fourth Year

CA Elective 2 Industry Apprenticeship/CA Practicum Systems Planning, Design and Implementation 2

Units
3 3 3

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Export Management (BSBA-EM)


3 1/3 10
years terms

The Export Management degree program is for those who want to start their own export business or choose a career that is involved in international trading. It is the pioneer export-oriented business program in the Philippines. By teaching you entrepreneurial skills that focus on the export of locally manufactured products and services, you contribute to the countrys socio-economic development. Aside from becoming an entrepreneur engaged in export-oriented business, you will also have a career opportunity in private and public organizations in positions related to product and market research, international marketing product management, product design and development, supply and chain management, and nancial management.

First Year Units


Bible Study Business Mathematics 2 College Algebra 1 CSB Life General Psychology Introduction to Economics Management Logic Natural Science 1 Natural Science 3 National Service Training Program 1 National Service Training Program 2 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness Physical Education 2: Dance Physical Education 3: Individual/ Dual Sports Ofce Productivity 1 Ofce Productivity 2 Principles of Accounting 1 Principles of Management Reading and Writing in English for College Students Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self Retorika Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan Technical Writing The Dynamics of Religion 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Second Year

Business Economics Catholicism in the Modern World Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Elements of Business Statistics Export Marketing Export Product Development and Management Export Services Financial Accounting Introduction to Sociology Law of Contracts Managerial Economics Partnership and Corporation Accounting Physical Education 4: Team Sports Personnel Management Politics and Governance Principles of Accounting 2 Principles of Export Management Principles of Marketing Quantitative Techniques in Business

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

Third Year

Aesthetics Business and Income Taxation CSB Grad Export Business Finance Export Distribution Management Export Feasibility Study 1 Export Purchasing Management Export Production Management Export Research Global Prospects Human Behavior in Organization Law of Agency, Partnerships and Corporation Legal Bases for Export Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal Managerial Accounting Organizational and Business Communication Philippine Literature in English Quality and Business Process Improvement Strategic Management and Business Policy

Units
3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Fourth Year

Export Feasibility Study 2 3 Practicum in Export 3 EM Elective 3

Units

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Management (BSBA-HRM)


3 1/3 10
years terms

The Human Resource Management degree program is for those who want to manage and develop peoples potentials in organizations and manage their own team and/or business as it incorporates industrial psychology with business management. It is the rst such program in the eld of human resource management in the Philippines. The basic management concepts will provide you a deep understanding of the industrys needs in relation to managing human resources. After graduation, you will be well-prepared for jobs that deal with the management of employees in a company. You can establish a highly progressive career path in HR. Upon gaining experience in operations, you can aim to get into human resource management as a recruitment or compensation specialist, trainer and organization planner, even establish your own business consulting rm that provides HR services.

First Year

Bible Study Business Mathematics 2 College Algebra 1 CSB Life Dynamics of Religion General Psychology Introduction to Sociology Management Logic Natural Science 1 Natural Science 3 National Service Training Program 1 National Service Training Program 2 Ofce Productivity 1 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness Physical Education 2: Dance Area Physical Education 3: Individual/ Dual Sports Politics and Governance Principles of Management Reading and Writing in English for College Students Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self Retorika Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan Technical Writing Theories of Personality

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

S econd Year

Administrative and Ofce Management Catholicism in the Modern World Human Resource and Organizational Needs Human Resource Development Human Resource Management Industrial Relations Individual Behavior Industrial Testing Introduction to Economics Labor Law and Legislation Law of Agency Partnerships and Corporation Law of Contracts Organizational and Business Communications Organizational Behavior Physical Education 4: Team Sports Principles of Accounting 1 Principles of Accounting 2 Principles of Marketing Recruitment and Selection

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3

Business and Income Taxation Business Finance Compensation Management Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics CSB Grad Elements of Business Statistics Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal Managerial Accounting Methods of Research Organizational Planning and Development Partnership and Corporations Accounting Philippine Literature in English Production Management Quality and Business Process Improvement Quantitative Techniques in Business Strategic Management and Business Policy Thesis Proposal 1

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Our professors encourage us to think like HR professionals, to nd an HR connection in whatever we do.


Mark Marumaya BSBA Human Resource Management

Fourth Year

Third Year

Aesthetics 3 Business Economics 3

Units

Human Resource Strategy Practicum Human Resources Thesis Survey 2

Units
3 3 3

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The human resource department is crucial in the growth of any organization as it is involved in the hiring and development of the most valuable assets of the companythe people.
Alaiza Claire Pulido BSBA Human Resource Management

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Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BS-IS)


3 1/3 10
years terms

Information Systems is the degree program for individuals who aspire to be IT professionals with sound technical knowledge of computers, software, and wireless and mobile communications, as well as in-depth knowledge of an organizations various business functions. You will learn how IT impacts the overall performance of organizations and how to analyze, design, develop, and implement innovative systems solutions which support the information needs of industry, academe and government institutions. With its dynamic and industry-responsive curriculum, the BS-IS program equips you with the tools you will need to determine how information and technology-enabled business processes can provide a foundation for superior organizational performance. Since all enterprises rely on the use of information to conduct business, graduates of this program are envisioned to be able to work in Information Technology department of any type of business enterprise. You can build careers as IT project managers, IT broadcast managers, software engineers, system architects, systems analysts, systems designers, system developers, website and application developers, IT documenters, database administrators, IT consultants, IT instructors, or researchers.

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As IS students, we are required to study and analyze the systems of a company to identify the weak and strong points. Then we propose better systems to enhance the companys competitiveness and maximize its resources.
Joanne Memorial BS Information Systems
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First Year

Bible Study 3 Business Mathematics 2 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 College Algebra 3 College Trigonometry 3 Computer Systems Analysis 3 Discrete Mathematics 3 CSB Life 3 Information Systems Basic Programming 3 Information Systems Intermediate Programming 3 Introduction to Computer Systems 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3 Natural Science 1 3 Natural Science 3 3 Oral Communications 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/ Dual Sports 2 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self 3 The Dynamics of Religion 3 Technical Writing 3

Units

Second Year

Advanced Accounting for Information Systems Applications Programming 1 Applications Programming 2 Basic Accounting for Information Systems Business Finance Management Catholicism in the Modern World Computer Systems Design and Quality Processes Database Concepts 1 Database Concepts 2 Elements of Business Statistics General Psychology Information Resource Management Information System Advanced Programming Introduction to Electronic Commerce Personnel Management Philosophy of Man Physical Education 4: Team Sports Principles of Management Principles of Marketing Project Management

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3

Third Year

Aesthetics 3 Applications Programming 3 3 Business and IT Ethics 3 Business Laws 3 CSB Grad 1 Information Systems Project 1 3 Information Systems Project 2 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 IS Elective 1 3 IT Documentation Standards 3 IT Infrastructure 3 Philippine Literature in English 3 Politics and Governance 3 Production Management 3 Programming Languages 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 Vertical Solutions 3 Web Development 3

Units

Fourth Year Units


IS Elective 2 Practicum for BS-IS 3 3

Electives (Choose 2 only)

Advanced Web Technologies Advanced Systems Analysis and Design Application Development Device Programming Electronic Business 1 Enterprise Database Concepts and Administration Enterprise Resource Planning Systems 1 Network Installation and Administration Software Testing Concepts 3 User Interface Design

Units
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with specialization in Game Design and Development (BSIT-GDD)
3 2/3 11
years terms

The Game Design and Development Program (BSIT-GDD) is the pioneer in game development education in the Philippines. The GDDP is a hybrid program that emphasizes not only technical competency (programming, math, physics, game design, and articial intelligence) and artistic fervor (asset creation, game art and game animation, and sound design) but also business/ production competence all geared towards training the next generation of game developers. In line with Benildes commitment to develop industry-aligned curricula, the GDDP is an active partner of Game Developers Association of the Philippines (GDAP), as well as International Game Developers Association-Manila Chapter (IGDA-Manila) ensuring that its content is relevant, up to date and focused on addressing and meeting industry needs and standards. Upon completion, you have the opportunity to become game programmers, artists, designers, quality assurance personnel and video game producers, just to name a few. You will also be trained to become entrepreneurs since the program incorporates lessons on how to start up game development studios that will make a difference in the Philippine and global game development industry.

The Game Design and Development program uses Alienware for its advance game design subjects. Alienware is one of todays hardwares dedicated for game computing.

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First Year Units


Aesthetics for Design and Arts 3 Bible Study 3 College Algebra 3 Color Theory and Rendering 3 Computer Fundamentals 3 CSB Life 3 Data Structures / Intermediate C/C++ 3 Dynamics of Religion 3 Freehand Drawing 3 Introduction to Programming using C/C++ (OOP) 4.5 Philippine History 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual / Dual Sports 2 Principles of Design 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 Visual Calculus 3 Visual Trigonometry 3

Second Year Units


Animation Principles Applied Mathematics in Games Applied Physics in Games Articial Intelligence for Game Developers Basics of 2D Animation Basics of 3D Animation Catholicism in the Modern World College Physics Computer Graphics Concept Art Database Concepts for Game Developers Game Analysis and Design 1 Game Programming 1 Game Programming 2 Game Programming using C/C++ Networking Concepts and Operating Systems National Service Training Program 1 National Service Training Program 2 Oral Communications Philippine Literature Physical Education 4: Team Sports 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4.5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

Third Year Units


Background Design Principles 3 Basic Scriptwriting and Story Boarding 3 Capstone Project 1 3 Creative Writing 3 Elective 1 3 Elective 2 3 Flash Animation for Game Developers 3 Game Analysis and Design 2 3 Game Engines 1 4.5 Game Engines 2 3 Game Production and the Game Industry 3 Game Programming 3 3 General Psychology 3 History of Art and Design 1 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Project Management 3 Sound Design 3 World Literature 3

Fourth Year Units


CSB Grad 1 Ethics in Video Games 3 Jose P. Rizal 3 Politics and Governance 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Elective 3 3 Game Theory 3 On the Job Training 3 Capstone Project 2 3

Electives (Choose 3 only of the same track for specialization) *offering is subject to change due to industry and technology direction and faculty availability Units
Game Engine Development 1 Game Engine Development 2 Game Engine Development 3 Game Development for Consoles 1 Game Development for Consoles 2 Game Development for Consoles 3 XNA Development 1 XNA Development 2 XNA Development 3 Game Development for Mobile 1 Game Development for Mobile 2 Game Development for Mobile 3 Game Development for the Web 1 Game Development for the Web 2 Game Development for the Web 3 Game Business 1 Game Business 2 Game Business 3 Multiplayer Development 1 Multiplayer Development 2 Multiplayer Development 3 Advanced 3D Graphics / Assets 1 Advanced 3D Graphics / Assets 2 History of Art and Design 2 Advanced Graphics Programming 1 Advanced Graphics Programming 2 Advanced Graphics Programming 3 Advanced 2D Graphics / Assets 1 Advanced 2D Graphics / Assets 2 Effects Programming 1 Effects Programming 2 Advanced Game Design Concepts and Techniques 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

DLS-CSB partners with Game Developers Association of the Philippines and International Game Developers-Manila in taking steps to establish this emerging eld of study in the country.

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Gates of Heaven Best Student Project Game On! Game Development Competition, Philippine Game Development Festival 2011

Dragon Orb 4th place and Best Windows Phone Game Manila Game Jam 2012

Hala Publics Choice Award Student Project Game On! Game Development Competition, Philippine Game Development Festival 2011

Soul Dragon 3rd Place and Best Unity 3D Game, Manila Game Jam 2012

Concept Art for Dragon Orb

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The global market for game design is valued at around $80 billion. Currently, the Philippines serves just 1% of that market. Imagine the breadth of potential waiting to be untapped.

Winners of the best student project during the Game On! Game Development Competition during the Philippine Game Development Festival 2011 for their game Gates of Heaven

Global Game Jam 2012

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Career Development Program (CDP)


SMIT also offers the Career Development Program, a night program intended only for mature students who are highly motivated to complete their college education while working. SMIT-CDP offers degree programs in Business Management and Marketing Management
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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business Management (BSBA-BM)


3 1/3 10
years terms

First Year Units


Business Mathematics 2 3 College Algebra 1 3 CSB Life 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Law on Agency, Partnerships and Corporations 3 Management Logic 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Obligations and Contracts 3 Ofce Productivity 1 3 Ofce Productivity 2 3 Organizational and Business Communication 3 Principles of Accounting 1 3 Principles of Accounting 2 3 Partnership & Corporation Accounting 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/ Dual Sports 2 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Technical Writing 3

Third Year Units


Business Project 3 Capital Markets 3 Entrepreneurship Management 3 Environmental Scanning and Business Research 3 CSB Grad 1 International Business 3 Management Information Systems 3 Natural Science 1 3 Organizational Planning and Development 3 Politics and Governance 3 Production Management 3 Religion 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 Strategic Management and Business Policy 3 Total Quality Management 3

The Business Management degree program is designed with the needs of working students in mind. Classes are conducted in the evening and on weekends to make learning accessible. Its industry-anchored curriculum focuses on core business functions. The program aims to equip its students with necessary tools to climb the corporate ladder or to establish themselves as competent business owners. The program promotes critical thinking and practical application of business concepts through simulations, cases and interactive activities to augment theoretical instruction. The curriculum emphasizes marketing, nance, operations, human resource management, strategic management and corporate social responsibility. Faculty members are established business owners and major players in the industry. They are committed to providing a value-added classroom experience by helping students navigate the business world. Their wealth of experience as leaders of corporations, business owners and industry stalwarts empower the students through continued sharing of best practices and exchange of ideas. Graduates of this course can expect to be well-equipped in tackling the challenges of the corporate world or the unique dynamics of entrepreneurship. The general nature of the course allows graduates to be competitive in any industry or business endeavor.

Fourth Year Units


Aesthetics 3 Business Practice 3 Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3 Natural Science 3 3 Philippine Literature in English 3

Second Year Units


Business Economics Business and Income Taxation Business Finance Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics Elements of Business Statistics Financial Accounting General Psychology Human Behavior in Organizations Labor Relations Managerial Accounting Marketing Management Personnel Management Physical Education 4: Team Sports Principles of Management Principles of Marketing Quantitative Techniques in Business 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management (BSBA-MM)


3 1/3 10
years terms

The Marketing Management track for working students focuses on the important concepts of marketing such as product management, sales management, marketing research, international marketing, consumer behavior, advertising, distribution management, and digital marketing. These concepts are taught by faculty members with years of corporate experience as market researchers, marketing managers, brand managers, sales directors and presidents. Students of the course are challenged to experience all the facets of marketing, such as focus group discussions, creating surveys and holding focus group discussions, creating a marketing and advertising campaign, managing a sales team, and preparing and defending a budget. The course also has a strong foundation on nancial concepts as a cornerstone of the marketing effort. Graduates can expect employment in advertising agencies, corporate communications, research companies and in the marketing department of most industries. Students are also empowered to become business owners especially in the areas of product and service development.
First Year Units
Business Mathematics 2 3 College Algebra 1 3 CSB Life 3 General Psychology 3 Introduction to Economics 3 Law on Agency, Partnerships and Corporations 3 Management Logic 3 National Service Training Program 1 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Obligations and Contract 3 Ofce Productivity 1 3 Ofce Productivity 2 3 Organizational and Business Communication 3 Partnership and Corporations Accounting 3 Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness 2 Physical Education 2: Dance 2 Physical Education 3: Individual/ Dual Sports 2 Principles of Accounting 1 3 Principles of Accounting 2 3 Reading and Writing in English for College Students 3 Technical Writing 3

Second Year

Business and Income Taxation 3 Business Economics 3 Business Finance 3 Consumer Behavior 3 Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics 3 Elements of Business Statistics 3 Introduction to Sociology 3 Managerial Accounting 3 Marketing Management 3 Methods of Research 3 Personnel Management 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Principles of Management 3 Principles of Marketing 3 Quantitative Techniques in Business 3 Retorika 3 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3

Units

Human Behavior in Organizations 3 Marketing Project 3 Marketing Research 3 Natural Science 1 3 Politics and Governance 3 Product Management 3 Religion 3 Retail Management 3 Sales Management 3 Strategic Marketing Management 3 Total Quality Management 3

Aesthetics 3 Life and Works of Jose Rizal 3 Marketing Practice 3 Natural Science 3 3 Philippine Literature in English 3

Fourth Year

Units

Third Year

Advertising Management 3 Consumer Behavior 3 CSB Grad 1 Distribution Management 3 Electronic Marketing 3

Units
SMIT-CDP Faculty Adolf Aran III, vice president for Iconnect software solutions provider and president of Association of Marketing Educators of the Philippines George Quitoriano, owner of Vente Stores nationwide Reylito Elbo, newspaper columnist, management consultant, court mediator and events organizer Anthony Brendan Yu, director of WPFI Inc., HDI Securities Inc. and owner of food and beverage companies Simplicio Umali, CEO and general manager of Gardenia Philippines

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Multidisciplinary
Bachelor of Arts major in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs 76

school of

Studies

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International relations is crucial today more than ever as technology and innovation continue to break down walls and barriers between nations. In this increasingly borderless world, foreign affairs take on the more complicated and yet subtle interrelations of culture, language, politics, society and economics. The School of Multidisciplinary Studies (SMS) offers Bachelor of Arts major in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs (AB-CDA) for young minds with a keen interest in politics and international relations. To go beyond foreign service and international studies, Consular and Diplomatic Affairs prepares students for a career path that ultimately leads to consular and diplomatic posts. Students are exposed to the dynamics of international relations through on-the-job trainings at the Department of Foreign Affairs or various foreign embassies and participation in global conferences such as the preeminent Model United Nations Assembly. SMS also links with other international agencies and networks with international non-prot cultural organizations such as Instituto Cervantes and Alliance Francaise. In addition, SMS is an integral part of Benildean education as the school oversees the foundation subjects of all students from all academic programs. The school handles the English, Filipino, Math, Science, Theology, Philosophy, Social Sciences and Physical Education programs as part of the Colleges goal of forming well-rounded students. Competence in these areas means students become better communicators, thinkers and specialists in their respective elds.

CDA students represent the Philippines in the Model United Nations Assemblies held in key cities around the world.
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SMS

A typical day in CDA is not complete without a daily dose of insight from our Chairperson or encounters with one of the many former Philippine ambassadors along the hallway.
Juan Gabriel Alfonso Liboro AB Consular and Diplomatic Affairs

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I get to learn how the world interacts in an era of interdependence.


Jules Patrick Aguila AB Consular and Diplomatic Affairs

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Bachelor of Arts major in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs (AB-CDA)


3 9
years terms

The Consular and Diplomatic Affairs degree program is for those who want to be a foreign service ofcer or work in the eld of international relations. It develops practitioners in international relations professionals whose career paths lead to consular and diplomatic posts. You will learn the protocols of addressing heads of state, study the history of foreign relations of the Philippines and other countries, and understand international issues. You will be exposed to the elements of a career in diplomatic affairs early on with on-the-job training in embassies, the Department of Foreign Affairs, local United Nations agencies, and Philippine government agencies. You are likewise given the opportunity to travel and learn a foreign language: a choice of Japanese, Spanish or French. The AB-CDA mission is to provide students with the fundamental knowledge and training in the practice of diplomacy within the globalized context. This includes trainings in communication, public speaking and research. Through courses and exposures to local and international fora, students are equipped with skills preparing them for: (1) service in foreign affairs ofces and related institutions in the private sector and/or civil society, and (2) advanced studies in diplomacy, foreign relations and related disciplines. The AB-CDA program also promotes a culture of commitment, service and continued scholarship among students, graduates and professionals.
First Year
Aesthetics Bible Study Business Mathematics 2 College Algebra 1 CSB Life Dynamics of Religion Introduction to Sociology Life and Works of Jose P. Rizal National Service Training Program 1 Natural Science 1 Natural Science 3 Oral Communications Pagbasa at Pagsulat sa Ibat Ibang Disiplina Philippine History Philippine Literature Physical Education 1: Physical Fitness Physical Education 2: Dance Physical Education 3: Individual/ Dual Sports Reading and Writing in English for College Students Religion and the Contemporary Search for Self Sining ng Komunikasyon Technical Writing Word Processing

The vision of Consular and Diplomatic affairs is to be globally competitive, internationally recognized, and to lead in educating young men and women to be knowledgeable, competent and responsible practitioners of diplomacy.

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Second Year

Catholicism in the Modern World 3 Consular and Diplomatic Practices 1 3 Elective 1 3 Elective 2 3 Foreign Language 1 3 Foreign Language 2 3 Foreign Language 3 3 General Psychology 3 International Political Economy 3 International Political Geography 3 International Relations 3 Introduction to Economics 3 National Service Training Program 2 3 Philippine International Trade Relations 3 Philosophy of Man 3 Physical Education 4: Team Sports 2 Politics and Governance 3 Retorika 3 World History 3 World Literature 3

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Third Year

Comparative Government Consular and Diplomatic Practices 2 Diplomatic Correspondence CSB Grad Elective 3 Elective 4 Elective 5 Foreign Language 4 International Law On-the-Job Training Philippine Foreign Policy Seminar Course in Consular and Diplomatic Affairs

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Electives

Contemporary National Development with Taxation Discussion on Conferences and Leadership International Organizations International Socio-Political Issues Philippine Policies on Overseas Contract Workers Philippine Public Administration Special Topics in International Relations and Diplomacy Treaties and Treaty Formulation

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AB-CDA students regularly get recognition whenever they join Model United Nations Assemblies.

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Professional
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma Programs 80 Certicate/Short Courses 82

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Achievers never stop learning. And working professionals who want to advance their careers go the extra mile by pursuing formal education. Education and learning do not have to end after college. The School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPaCE) is DLS-CSBs response to the need of professionals for life-long learning. SPaCE offers post-baccalaureate diploma programs in key business management competencies such as Human Resource Management, Organization Development, and Training Development and Management. At SPaCE, industry leaders from corporate, government and private business sectors impart their knowledge and expertise by training participants to acquire or update core competencies in order to excel in their respective professions. Other programs offered at SPaCE are in consortium with professional and trade organizations like the Philippine Institute of Supply Management, Chamber of Real Estate and Builders Association, Venture for Fund Raising and the Center for Leadership and Change, Inc. SPaCE designs all its programs in collaboration with industry experts.

SPaCE programs and courses are specically designed for the mobile professional. Classes are held every Saturday, from 12:30pm to 7:00pm.

SPaCE
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School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPaCE)

Diploma Program in Human Capital Management

Make space for lifelong learning.


Organizations in the twenty-rst century are challenged to swiftly adapt to industry changes and deploy solutions for obstacle they encounter. The School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPaCE) is DLS-CSBs response to empower people in organizations by offering continuing education and lifelong learning to create opportunities for both professional and personal skill enhancement and enrichment. Employers depend on continuing education as a tool for ensuring a highly-skilled and knowledgeable workforce. Individuals use continuing education for upward mobility, job enhancement and personal enrichment.

Strategic HR Planning Development of Training Programs Compensation and Rewards Management Performance Management HR Operations and IT Industrial Relations

Diploma Program in Training Development and Management

Organizing and Implementing and E-Learning Program Strategic Training and Development Training Needs Assessment/Training Evaluation Curriculum Design and Development Instruction and Presentation Methodologies Performance Consulting Competencies

Post-Baccalaureate Diploma Programs


Diploma Program in Real Estate Management
In partnership with Chamber of Real Estate and Builder Associations, Inc. (CREBA, Inc.) Real Estate Marketing and Brokerage Real Estate Laws and Regulations Real Estate and Environmental Planning Real Estate Appraisal and Property Management Real Estate Planning and Development Real Estate Financing and Investments

Diploma Program in Marketing Management

Integrated Marketing Communication Digital Marketing and Emerging Market Trends Strategic Market Planning Market Research Sales Management Brand Management Customer Relationship Management Public Relations Marketing and Advocacy Marketing Marketing Services and Below-the-Line Marketing

Diploma Program in Organizational Development

Managing OD Essential for Breakthrough Results Structuring Organizations for Strategy Execution Systematizing Excellence in Operations for Strategic Effectiveness Disciplines and Tools for Organizational Efciency Corporate Communications in Organizational Culture Executive Leadership in HR Management in OD

Diploma Program in Professional Event Management

Principles and Best Practices in Event Management Professional Event Planning and Coordination Dynamics of Event Marketing Fundraising and Sponsorship Special Events Risk Management and Evaluation

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Diploma Program in Professional Retail Store Management

Retail Marketing Strategies Managing Merchandise and Presentation Managing Sales and Service Delivery Managing Store Operations Leading and Managing People Store Improvement Plan

Diploma Program in Supply Chain Management


Core Modules Supply Chain Management and Purchasing Management Demand Forecasting, Inventory Management and Production Operations Customer Service and Logistics Operations Management Skills Major in Purchasing Purchasing Processes and Contract Management Negotiation Major in Logistics Operations Transportation and Distribution Management Logistics Operations Strategies

Diploma Program in Executive Leadership

In partnership with Center for Leadership and Change, Inc. (FranklinCovey)

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Certificate/Short Courses

In partnership with DLS-CSB School of Design and Arts (SDA)


3D Modeling and Animation (3DS Max) Advanced Painting Workshop Basic Digital Photography Basic Painting Workshop Basic Web Development Digital Editing and Imaging Digital Video Editing Special Effects for Video

Most programs are offered in consortium with professional and trade organizations and are handled by dedicated mentors and industry practitioners. Each program is composed of modules offered once a year. Each module is usually composed of six sessions for six Saturdays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Completion of the prescribed requirements of each module entitles you to a Certicate of Achievement. Completion of a programs core modules and requirements entitles you to a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma.

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SPaCE students brush up on their art skills in the Basic and Advanced Painting Workshop.

Lifelong learning requires a high level of self-motivation and tremendous desire for

personal development

in order to become more competitive and employable.


Rey Mones Dean, School of Professional and Continuing Education

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Faculty Learning
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Benilde employs industry-based experts and practitioners, professors and instructors trained in the Philippines and abroad. Faculty members are oriented and encouraged to practice learner-centered teaching methodologies through the trainings facilitated by the Colleges Center of Learner-Centered Instruction and Research (CLCIR).

Aside from the expertise they share, the faculty in the College are also regarded for their role as BenildeanLasallian formators; they are keen on ensuring the total development of each student.

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Learning

Facilities

At DLS-CSB, you have access to diverse learning resources and equipment. These range from traditional sources of knowledge to the technologically advanced laboratories. Class and case rooms are all equipped with audio-visual systems for various presentation and lecture needs. Laboratories and studios are designed to hone your talents and skills, enabling you not only to put theories into practice, but also to create, think and discover on your own.

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The Taft Campus has special computer laboratories for Management, Information Technology, Multidisciplinary and Deaf Studies students. It also has function and case rooms, a theater, a gym and a promenade area with an open basketball court.

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The Angelo King International Center (AKIC) Campus is a microcosm of the hospitality industry. Inside the twelve-storey hotel-school are function rooms; demonstration bar and kitchens; institutional hot, cold and baking kitchens; food, nutritional and computer laboratories. AKIC also shares space with CSB Hotel, a fully functioning hotel with 46 guest rooms and a ne dining restaurant which serve as training facilities for SHRIM students. SHRIM maintains hatcheries as training venues for its students: the Solomon Guest House, Vatel Manila Restaurant and cafeterias at the Taft, SDA and AKIC campuses. Here, the students handle all the aspects of maintaining a canteen or a restaurant, from the menu preparation and budgeting, to cooking, to marketing and selling.

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The SDA Campus boasts of facilities dedicated to the arts and design. Its hallways have museum lighting that can be converted to exhibition spaces at any given time. The campus has a 558-seat theater, a 105-seat cinema, a contemporary arts museum, a Black Box for alternative performances and a dance studio. These serve as venues for productions and collaborations by students. The campus also has specialized lab rooms such as fashion and industrial design work spaces, drafting and illustration rooms, recording studio, multimedia and animation studios and a green screen room. An equipment center is also set up so students can borrow a wide range of tools and equipment from studio lights, cables, cameras and laptops.

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Learning Resource Center


There are no libraries in Benilde.
Instead, the College has the Br. Fidelis Leddy Learning Resource Center (LRC) that houses a wide array of resources to support your researchesfrom conventional print materials to audio and video tapes, transparencies, CDs and electronic and online databases. Each year, LRC adds new materials to its collection and upgrades equipment. LRC has four separate facilities: two at the Taft Campus, (LRC-Main and the LRCExtension), one at the AKIC Campus, and another at the SDA Campus. These areas are all WiFi enabled.

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19,138

electronic journals and online databases

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volumes (157 titles) transparency-based materials

150,338
book titles

7,000
CD-ROM titles Over audio CD, DVD , LD and VCD titles

76,000
E-Books

6,000

Over periodical titles in print, electronic and microlm formats

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VHS and audio tape titles

4,500

* As of 3rd Term, SY 2011-2012

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LRC-Main is located at the 2nd oor of St. Mutien-Marie Hall. It houses the audiovisual services room, audio-video viewing area, collections of periodicals, transparencies, maps, theses in print and CD, microlm, new book acquisitions, and a faculty corner. LRC-Extension manages the entire book collection in Taft. It is also where the circulation section is located. LRC-Extension offers free printing of materials downloaded from the Online Public Access Catalog. LRC-AKIC is located at the 10th oor of the AKIC campus. It has an extensive collection of books on hospitality management, culinary arts, nutrition, travel and tourism industry. The facility has its own set of periodicals, audiovisual materials and equipment, and computer units for Internet and database access. LRC-SDA can be found on the 7th and 8th oors of the SDA campus. All materials housed here support SDA programs. Its book and periodical collections are largely focused on the eld of art and design. It also has a collection of audiovisual materials and memorabilia. The LRC-SDA also features the Library Commons, wa venue conducive for discussions and knowledge-sharing.

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Electronic and Online Resources


The College subscribes to numerous electronic journals and online databases which provide students access to premier references here and abroad. These are:

Passport Global Market Information Databases (GMID) Emerald Management Plus Project MUSE Ovid SP Database Virtual Learning Research Center - Ashidge Columbia International Affairs Online ABC-CLIO History Reference Online Credo Reference Ebrary Academic Complete World Policy Journal Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Journal of Teaching in Physical Education Far Eastern Economic Reviews Foreign Policy The Economist Adobo Magazine ProQuest Central (formerly ProQuest 5000 International)

The College also subscribes to Serial Solution 360, a federated search engine which allows fast and simultaneous search across all the databases from one interface showing clusters of results. LRC facilities are open Mondays through Fridays from 7:30am to 8:30pm, and on Saturdays from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Available library materials can be accessed off campus via DLS-CSBs website using ones Infonet account.

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Technology
Practically every aspect of your academic life in Benilde will involve the use of learning technology. At Benilde, there is a cluster of academic service units that handles and supports all the learning technology needs of the College. The Center for Learner-Centered Instruction Research (CLCIR) manages the distance learning programs which allows you to access online courses anywhere, anytime. The Learning Resource Center (LRC) utilizes online databases and ebook collections for your research and knowledge building. The Information Technology Department (ITD) develops end-to-end solutions to online learning. This includes provisions for online pre-enrollment system, mobile computing, and a fully-wired online campus. The College also invests in the latest IT facilities available for its computing laboratories. These include computer hardware and software that supports your specic academic requirements such as Microsoft, Macintosh, Adobe and Alienware products. There are more than enough computer units and facilities for every Benildean, whatever degree program you are pursuing.

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DLS-CSB has a one computer per student policy.

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computer laboratories at SDA Campus

computer laboratories at Taft Campus

All DLS-CSB campuses are WiFi-enabled. You can access the Internet using your own laptop or any WiFiready devices. ITD can help you for the conguration of your WiFi-ready devices.

computer laboratories at AKIC Campus

where you can seek tech support. The Service Desks also offer other miscellaneous services like printing, scanning CD/DVD writing and laptop lending.

Service Desk

DLS-CSBs ITD is service-oriented. Each campus has a

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Infonet account
total number of classrooms equipped with a computer and projector for lecture and other multimedia presentations.
where updates and daily community announcements are sent.
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* As of SY 2011-2012

Every Benildean gets his/her own

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Personnel
During your stay in Benilde, you will meet, interact and engage with several support groups which will complement your College experience. Get to know the ofces and their services that will help you enhance your studies and provide other venues for learning.
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Career and Placement


Benilde will be your training ground for the career path youve chosen. To help you prepare, the Career and Placement Ofce (CPO) offers placement services, career information and developmental programs, as well as assistance in securing on-the-job training, and practicum programs with industry linkages and access to job fairs.

Safety and Security


Benildes learning environment is safeguarded by a dedicated security force. The Center for Safety and Security (CSS) regularly monitors all entry and exit in the three campuses and conducts emergency drills for safety awareness. CSS employs K-9 dog units, CCTV cameras and roaming security ofcers in civilian attire as measures to maintain peace and order in the area. Marshals assist Benildeans in crossing streets and riding the e-jeepneys that make rounds in the three campuses. Task Force Safe School is a project among Benilde, the Western Police District Malate Police Station, De La Salle University and St. Scholasticas College. It aims to keep the vicinities of the schools safe and secure, especially from crimes and criminal elements.

Counseling
The transition from high school to College can be a challenge. To help you adjust, the Center for Counseling Services (CCS) offers individual and group counseling, psychotherapy sessions, crisis intervention, emergency services and personal development programs, including seminars on family life enhancement. CCS also provides counseling programs for student artists, foreign students and children of OFWs. Workshops offered by CCS include family skills, stress management, effective study habits, test anxiety management, anger management and other life-skill training programs. In addition, counselors are assigned to students to track their development and provide complementary counseling needs.

student.careerplacement@benilde.edu.ph

General Administrative Services


While you are busy studying, behind the scenes is the Colleges General Administrative Services Department (GASD). GASD provides services dedicated to facilities maintenance, logistics, construction improvements, property control and housekeeping. These auxiliary services ensure that you get the best possible physical environment for learning. GASD also handles the route of the Colleges e-jeepneys that make rounds in the three DLS-CSB campuses and is available to you for free.

counseling@benilde.edu.ph

Partnership and Development with the Deaf


The Center for Partnership and Development (C-PD) is the advocacy and information arm of Benildes School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS). If you are interested in supporting the removal of barriers in working relationships between Deaf and Hearing people, you may get in touch with CP-D.

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Health and Wellness


The College has a clinic in each campus. These are staffed by licensed doctors and other medical practitioners, who are ready to provide the Benildean community with medical services. You may avail of the free consultation and medicines for treatment of common ailments. You may also rest in the clinics if you are not feeling well.

Learning Support Deaf Esteem and Formation


Benilde prides itself for being one of the few Colleges that offer tertiary education to the Deaf. Aside from academics, the Center for Deaf Esteem and Formation (C-DEAF) provide Deaf learners guidance counseling, Lasallian ministry and sports, performance arts, student leadership and social action involvement and programs for your total development. The Student Learning Center (SLC) gives tutorial services administered by volunteer faculty and peer tutors to individuals and small groups of students. You may go to SLC for these services if you are experiencing difculty in any of your subjects, or would want to gain training in skills, personal development and career planning.

deaf.partnerships@benilde.edu.ph

Spiritual Development
Benilde provides programs for spiritual formation, retreats and recollections through its Center for Lasallian Ministry (CLM). You are invited to attend masses which are held everyday during lunchtime at Chapel of Resurrection in Taft Campus, Chapel of Our Lady of Star in the AKIC Campus and Chapel of Lasallian Martyrs in the SDA Campus. Each campus has a contemplation room which serves as a venue for recollections and reections. An inter-faith room at the SDA campus is also setup for Benildeans practicing other faiths.

learning.enhancement@benilde.edu.ph

lasallian.ministry@benilde.edu.ph

deaf.formation@benilde.edu.ph
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Freshman Transferees & Second Degree Working Students Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program International Students

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Admission
Procedures & Requirements
Maneuvering your way through a College campus may seem daunting. But here at Benilde, we try to make sure that the admission process will be as smooth and as simple as possible for you. This Prospectus is your guide to your initial steps towards a Benildean-Lasallian education.

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Freshmen Applicants
Procedure and requirements

You are a potential Benildean freshman if you are currently a high school senior or if you are a high school graduate who has not entered tertiary education in the Philippines or abroad. Deaf applicants are also most welcome to apply as DLS-CSB prides itself in providing College education to the Deaf. Dual citizen students and those who passed the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) and/or the Bureau of Alternative Learning Systems (BALS) Test are also eligible for admission. The College also has programs and grants for working students who wish to complete their College degrees or learn further and strengthen their current skills and competencies.

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Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center at the Taft Campus, 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila or log on to the Admissions website at www. benilde.edu.ph/admissions for information and downloads.

Secure an application payment slip from the Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable processing fee of Php600.00 (for Filipino citizens) or USD50 (for non-Filipino citizens) at the DLS-CSB Finance Department.

Present the ofcial receipt to the Admissions Center and claim an application kit.

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Once application requirements are submitted, secure the Benildean Entrance Exam (BEE) test permit from the Admissions staff. This permit species the date and time of your entrance exam.

Fill out the application forms that come with the kit or are available through download online. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. Submit the form with the requirements at the Admissions Center.

Checklist of basic application requirements: [ ] Completed DLS-CSB Application Forms A and B [ ] Three (3) identical copies of your recent 2x2 ID photo with your full name written on the back [ ] Photocopy of birth certicate issued by the National Statistics Ofce or certied true copy of birth certicate from the local civil registrar [ ] Secondary Scholastic Record with the ofcial school seal issued by the high school registrar [ ] Two (2) DLS-CSB Recommendation Forms one accomplished by your principal, assistant principal or discipline head, and one by your counselor or homeroom adviser.

Take the entrance exam on the specied date. The College implements a No test permit, no exam policy.

Obtain the application results as directed. Application results may be accessed online, through courier, and SMS messaging.

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Important!

There are additional requirements for students who changed schools during high school, high school graduates who have not entered tertiary education, international students who graduated in Philippine high schools, applicants who studied and/or graduated abroad, Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) cases, Bureau of Alternative Learning Systems (BALS) and non-Filipino and dual citizens. Please refer to the section on additional requirements for particular freshman applicants on p102.

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Additional requirements for particular freshman applicants


Freshman applicants who changed schools during high school
Certified statement/s from previous assistant principal/s The certication must establish your academic and discipline status prior to discontinuance of studies. The certied statement/s must bear the school seal and must be issued by the assistant principal/s of school/s you previously attended. Accomplished DLS-CSB recommendation forms The recommendation must be made by the principal, assistant principal or discipline head and the counselor or homeroom adviser of school/s you previously attended. Forms are available through the Admissions Center counter or via download through the DLS-CSB website. Statement of reason for transfer This statement must be signed by you and your parent(s) stating the reason(s) for transfer.

High school graduates who have not entered tertiary education


Photocopy of Fourth Year or Grade 12 report card The original document must be presented for verication. Exact copy of Form 137 (F-137) Certification that applicants F-137 has never been released to any school here or abroad This certicate should bear the schools ofcial seal and issued by the school registrar. A statement signed by you and your parent(s) stating: (a) that you have never been enrolled in any tertiary institution here or abroad, and (b) the activities relevant to any form of education or schooling that you have engaged in after high school graduation.

Freshmen applicants who graduated or studied abroad


Photocopy of Transcript of Records The copy must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy of relevant countries of your schooling. Original copy should be presented for verication. If these records are written in a language other than English, complete and ofcial English translations must be submitted together with the original records. The transcript should indicate all subjects taken and grades earned. The grading system should be clearly stated in the transcript. Certificate of Good Moral Character or Letter of Recommendation This must be issued by the principal or school head of all schools which you have attended.

PEPT or BALS cases

Dual citizens

This refers to applicants who have taken the Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT) or Bureau of Alternative Learning Systems (BALS) Test.

Photocopy of the PEPT or BALS result report The original report must be presented for verication. For BALS cases, photocopy of the BALS certificate of passing The original copy should be presented for verication. Exact copy of Form 137 (F-137) Certification that applicants F-137 has never been released to any school here or abroad This certicate should bear the schools ofcial seal and issued by the school registrar. A statement signed by you and your parent(s) stating: (a) that you have never been enrolled in any tertiary institution here or abroad, (b) the activities relevant to any form of education or schooling that you have engaged in after high school graduation and (c) your reason for taking PEPT or BALS.

Dual Citizens must declare that they are dual citizens in their application for admission to DLS-CSB. Upon admission, you should choose only one (1) citizenship for the purpose of your registration and enrollment in the College. You agree to maintain and be bound by your preferred citizenship throughout your stay in the College. If you opt to use your foreign citizenship, you should conform to the requirements provided for international students. Should you use your Filipino citizenship, you must submit ANY of the following: Photocopy of valid Philippine passport Photocopy of Order of Recognition and/or Identification Certificate of Recognition

For Music Production Applicants

The Bachelor of Arts in Music Production program has other requirements. To enter the program, you must: Pass the entrance examination in Music which is divided into two parts: 1. Music theory and rudiments 2. Ear training Attend the personal interview. Questions will be on your perception and understanding of music as an art, craft and profession, as well as your plans in the music industry.

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Transferee and Second Degree Applicants


Procedure and requirements

Benilde welcomes transferee and second degree applicants. Transferees to Benilde include Filipino applicants who wish to transfer after having entered another tertiary institution, international applicants who wish to transfer after having entered other Philippine tertiary institutions, transfer applicants under the Blessed Arnould Study Assistance Program (BASAP) for working students, graduates of the Philippine School of Interior Design (PSID) applying to the Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program and dual citizen transferee applicants. You are considered a second degree applicant if you are a College graduate who wishes to pursue another degree in DLS-CSB. The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of subjects you have taken from previous tertiary institutions is a control variable in DLS-CSB. The CGPA shall be converted to the DLS-CSB grading system during your pre-application stage. Failure to meet the CGPA cut-off disqualies you from earning course credits or entry to some degree programs. PSID graduates are given consideration for application to the Bachelor of Science in Interior Design program.

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Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center at the Taft Campus, 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila or log on to the Admissions website at www.benilde. edu.ph/admissions for information and downloads.

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Submit the accomplished Pre-Application Questionnaire with the following attachments within the announced application period:

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Await the results of the pre-application after two working days upon submission of the pre-application requirements.

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Once application requirements are completed and submitted, secure the Benildean Entrance Exam (BEE) test permit from the Admissions personnel. This permit species the date and time of your entrance exam.

Certied true copy of Transcript of Records with schools grading system Syllabi of courses taken from previous school(s) Photocopy of 9F student visa (if applicable)

If the result of the pre-application is favorable, secure an application payment slip from the Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable processing fee of Php600.00 (for Filipino citizens) or USD50 (for non-Filipino citizens) at the DLS-CSB Finance Department.

Present the ofcial receipt to the Admissions Center and claim an application kit.

Fill out the application form that comes with the kit or is available through download online. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. Submit the form with the requirements at the Admissions Center.

Checklist of basic application requirements:


[ ] Completed DLS-CSB Application Forms A and B [ ] Four (4) identical copies of your recent 2x2 ID photo with your full name written on the back [ ] Photocopy of birth certicate issued by National Statistics Ofce or certied true copy of birth certicate from the local civil registrar [ ] Certied unofcial Transcript of Records for evaluation purposes. This document is not required for second degree and ETEEAP applicants. [ ] Certicate of Good Moral Character from all schools attended

Take the entrance exam on the specied date. The College implements a No test permit, no exam policy.

Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center to get a copy of your application status letter on the specied date.

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Take note that the Honorable Dismissal (Transfer Credentials) is a requirement for enrollment in DLS-CSB.

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There are additional requirements for transferees with no more than one year of tertiary schooling, transferees who studied abroad, second degree applicants and dual citizens. Please refer to the section on additional requirements on particular transferee and second degree applicants.

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Additional requirements for particular transferee and second degree applicants


Transferees with less than one year of tertiary schooling
Secondary Scholastic Record The record must bear the school seal and issued by the high school registrar. Two (2) DLS-CSB Recommendation Forms The recommendation forms must be issued by the principal, assistant principal or discipline head and the counselor or homeroom adviser.

Transferees who graduated or studied abroad


Photocopy of Transcript of Records The transcript must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy of relevant countries of your schooling. The original copy must be presented for verication. If these records are written in a language other than English, complete and ofcial English translations must be submitted together with the original records. The transcript should indicate all subjects you have taken and grades earned. The grading system should be clearly stated in the transcript. Certificate of Good Moral Character or Letter of Recommendation This must be issued by the principal or school head of all schools which you have attended.

Second degree applicants

Dual citizens

Application letter stating the reason(s) for taking a second degree Photocopy of the official transcript of records The original copy must be presented for verication.

Dual Citizens must declare that they are dual citizens in their application for admission to DLS-CSB. Upon admission, you should choose only one (1) citizenship for the purpose of your registration and enrollment in the College. You agree to maintain and be bound by your preferred citizenship throughout your stay in the College. If you opt to use your foreign citizenship, you should conform to the requirements provided for international students. Should you use your Filipino citizenship, you must submit ANY of the following: Photocopy of valid Philippine passport Photocopy of Order of Recognition and/or Identification Certificate of Recognition

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Working Student Applicants


Procedure and requirements
Working student applicants
If you are a high school graduate who has not entered tertiary education, refer to the procedure and requirements for freshmen applicants on p101. If you have entered tertiary education, refer to the procedure and requirements for transferee applicants on p104. Note that the CGPA is not a control variable. Certification of Employment You may be required to submit additional proof of employment such as TIN Number, SSS or GSIS Number, and copy of your latest Income Tax Return.

Working student applicants refer to those who are at least 19 years old and are engaged in full-time or part-time work. If you are a working student applicant, you may apply for the Career Development Program (CDP), which is a night program. International student applicants with tourist visa (9a) or student visa (9f) are not allowed to enroll in CDP in compliance to the Immigration law that prohibits student/tourist visa holders to work while studying in the Philippines.

Self-employed applicants
If you are a high school graduate who has not entered tertiary education, see the procedure and requirements for freshmen applicants on p101. If you have entered tertiary education, refer to the procedure and requirements for transferee applicants on p104. Note that the CGPA is not a control variable. Business permit You may be required to submit additional proof of business such as TIN Number, SSS or GSIS Number, and copy of the latest Income Tax Return.

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Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP) Applicants


Interested ETEEAP applicants must rst inquire and submit a comprehensive resume to SHRIM before proceeding with your application. To qualify, you must be a Filipino citizen, who is at least a high school graduate with no college degree. You must be at least 25 years of age and has at least ve years of work experience in your eld of specialization, the past two years of which must be at least in supervisory level. If you attended seminar(s) and workshop(s), these must be related to your eld of specialization. DLS-CSB will assess the relevance of the seminars and workshops with regards to your ETEEAP application.

ETEEAP is intended for working professionals who wish to complete a bachelors degree through their professional achievements. DLS-CSBs School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) offers the ETEEAP program and conducts pre-screening of applicants. You must rst inquire and submit a comprehensive resume to SHRIM before proceeding with your application.

Candidates for ETEEAP are also required to have good moral character and professional work ethics as certied by past and current employers. You should have no criminal record and no pending ETEEAP applications with other institutions. There are particular requirements for various ETTEAP applicants. Refer to the items below for your guidance: If you have no previous tertiary-level education, submit requirements for freshmen applicants (see p102). If you have previous tertiary-level education but do not have a college degree, submit requirements for transferee applicants (see p104). If you are an international applicant, submit requirements for international applicants (see p108).

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International Applicants
Procedure and requirements

Benilde accepts international applicants of different types. These include those who are tourist visa holders (9a), diplomat visa holders (9e), working visa dependents (9g), balikbayan visa holders, investors visa holders: 47a2 and Special Investors Resident Visa (SIRV), dependents of Retirees Visa, Special Retiree Resident Visa (SRRV), Philippine Retirement Visa (PRA) holders, EO 324 and 226 holders. Permanent residents (Sec 13 a-g) with I-Card and native borns with I-Card are also considered international applicants.

Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center at the Taft Campus, 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila or log on to the Admissions website at www.benilde.edu.ph/ admissions for information and downloads.

International freshmen applicants


Original Transcript of Records The Transcipt of Records must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy of relevant countries of your schooling. If these records are written in a language other than English, complete and ofcial English translations must be submitted together with the original records. The transcript should indicate all subjects taken and grades earned. The grading system should be clearly stated in the transcript. Certificate of Graduation and/or Diploma

International transferee applicants


Accomplished Pre-Application Questionnaire Endorsement from DLS-CSB International Students Unit (ISU) To procure the endorsement, submit photocopies of the following to ISU at the 3F Br. Miguel Febres Cordero Building: Passport Visa page

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The DLS-CSB Admissions Center will inform you whether you qualied to take the entrance examination. If you qualied, you may secure a payment slip from the admissions staff and pay the non-refundable processing fee of USD50.00.

For applicants who attended schools abroad


Original Transcript of Records The Transcipt of Records must be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy of relevant countries of your schooling. If these records are written in a language other than English, complete and ofcial English translations must be submitted together with the original records. The transcript should indicate all subjects taken and grades earned. The grading system should be clearly stated in the transcript.

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Present the ofcial receipt to the DLS-CSB Admissions Center and claim an application kit.

Submit requirements at the DLS-CSB Admissions Center for evaluation. The requirements are different for international freshmen and international transferee applicants.

Fill out the application forms that come with the kit or available through download online. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed.

Checklist of basic application requirements: [ ] Completed DLS-CSB Application Forms A and B [ ] Three (3) identical copies of your recent 2x2 ID photo with your full name written on the back [ ] Certied true copy of birth certicate from the local civil registrar [ ] Certicate of Good Moral Character or Letter of Recommendation from the Principal or School Head from all schools attended [ ] Photocopy of updated Alien Certicate of Registration (for permanent residents only) [ ] Certicate of Graduation and/or Diploma (For Freshmen Applicants only) [ ] Two (2) copies of original Transcript of Records. The copies must be authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post. If these records are written in a language other than English, complete and ofcial English translations must be submitted together with the original records. The transcript should indicate all subjects you have taken and grades earned. If you have studied abroad, your transcript must clearly state the grading system. [ ] Secondary Scholastic Record with ofcial school seal This record is required only if you studied in Philippine schools. It must be issued by high school registrar. Once you are accepted to DLS-CSB, submit a photocopy of Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) results taken within 2 years from date of application. The original copy of results must be presented for verication. This is NOT an admission requirement but is used for conrmation and enrollment purposes only. You may waive the TOEFL or IELTS requirement if you: are born and raised in countries with English as one of its ofcial languages or completed four (4) years of secondary education in the Philippines or in English-speaking countries. If you graduated from an English-speaking school, submit a statement from your school that it uses English as a medium of instruction, signed by its Registrar and afxed with the school seal.

After you have completed and submitted the application requirements, secure the Benildean Entrance Exam (BEE) test permit from the Admissions Center. This permit species the date and time of your entrance exam.

Take the entrance exam on the specied date. The College implements a No test permit, no exam policy.

Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center to get a copy of your application status letter on the specied date indicated beforehand. A student visa is a pre-requisite for conrmation and enrollment. Visit the DLS-CSB International Students Unit (ISU) under the Student Involvement Ofce (SIO) for details on student visa processing. Refer to requirements for student visa on p110.

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International Students Visa Services


Requirements for 9F Student Visa Application: National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) clearance.* Duly notarized letter of request from the applicant** General Application Form (Bureau of Immigration Form no. MCL-07-01)** duly

International students may get in touch with the Colleges International Students Unit under the Student Involvement Ofce for assistance in student visa applications.

accomplished and notarized Original copy of the Notice of Acceptance containing a clear impression of the Colleges ofcial dry seal Written endorsement for the conversion of your status from the College signed by the College Registrar Scholastic records from your country of origin or legal residence. Submit two original copies of Transcript of Records duly authenticated by the Philippine Foreign Service Post. If Transcript of Records is issued here in the Philippines, it should be certied either by the Department of Education (for high school graduates) or Commission on Higher Education (for college students/transferees). Original copy of Medical Certicate issued by the Bureau of Quarantine and International Health Surveillance or a government medical institution* Plain photocopy of applicants passport biography page with the latest admission or entry stamp, and authorized stay. The tourist visa should be at least two months valid upon submission of the application.

Requirements for Special Study Permit Application

(For international students in non-degree programs or ages 17 years old and below) Duly notarized letter of request from the applicant** General Application Form (Bureau of Immigration Form No. MCL-07-01)** duly accomplished and notarized Original copy of the Notice of Acceptance containing a clear impression of the schools dry seal Written endorsement for the conversion of the applicants status from DLS-CSB signed by the College Registrar Plain photocopy of passport reecting your bio-page and authorized stay Tourist visa should be at least one month valid upon submission of the application Certicate of acceptance issued by the learning institution duly accredited by the Bureau of Immigration to accept foreign students
* The clearance and medical certicate should be led three weeks before the processing of student visa. **These forms are available at the Student Involvement Ofce-International Students Unit (SIO-ISU) 3/F Br. Miguel Febres Cordero Building

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For additional inquiries regarding International students, contact:

International Students Unit

Trunk Line: 526-7441 to 47 loc. 259

For additional inquiries regarding admissions, contact:

Admissions Center

Trunk Line: 526-7441 to 47 loc. 126, 220 or 221 Direct Line: 524-8233 Email: admissions@benilde.edu.ph Website: www.benilde.edu.ph/admissions www.facebook.com/AdmissionsAtBenilde

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Faculty & Learning Environment

Learning Facilities

Learning Technology

Personnel

Student Lifestyle

Admission Procedures & Requirements

Scholarships & Financial Assistance

Travel Advisory & Campuses

Academic Scholarships Merit Scholarships Financial Assistance Grants Institutional Scholarship

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Scholarships
& Financial Assistance
College education is an investment but it need not be a burden. DLS-CSB gives a variety of scholarships, grants and nancial assistance programs to deserving and talented students. The College is committed in its mission to make Benildean-Lasallian education more accessible to learners from diverse backgrounds.

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Benildean Excellence in Scholastics and Talents (BEST) Scholarship

Entrance Academic (ENTRACA) Scholarship

School of Design and Arts (SDA) Scholarship

Honors Scholarship

Academic Scholarships
Benildean Excellence in Scholastics and Talents (BEST) Scholarship
The BEST Scholarship is the highest form of scholarship in the College and has the biggest benet package for scholars. It is awarded to those who have an outstanding academic record and consistent substantive achievement in curricular, co- and extra-curricular activities. Awardees may come from any degree program, except from the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business Management or Marketing Management programs.

Qualications:

Applied as regular student from July to December A high school grade point average of 90% as computed by DLS-CSB Has shown considerable potential as a leader in the school or community May enroll in any degree program* Full tuition and fees waiver Computer laboratory, library and leadership training privileges Stipend per term

Benets:

*Except for BSBA-BM or BSBA-MM which are under BASAP

My mom was so proud of me that when she found out that I was one of the BEST scholarship awardees, she told everyone she knows about it. More than nancial assistance, the scholarship helped by being my constant encouragement to persevere more and work harder in everything I do.
Pierre Anton Pecson BEST Scholar AB Consular and Diplomatic Affairs

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Benildean Excellence in Scholastics and Talents (BEST) Scholarship

Entrance Academic (ENTRACA) Scholarship

School of Design and Arts (SDA) Scholarship

Honors Scholarship

Entrance Academic (ENTRACA) Scholarship


The ENTRACA is a scholarship awarded to the top 20 scorers in the Benildean Entrance Exam (BEE).

School of Design and Arts (SDA) Scholarship


The SDA Scholarship is given to students who show exceptional talent in the elds of art, multimedia and music.

Qualification/Requirement: Benets:

Requirements:

Applied as regular student from July to December May enroll in any degree program Full tuition and fees waiver

750-word essay explaining interest and skills in the degree program of choice Two letters of recommendation Portfolio May enroll in any SDA degree program except for the Bachelor of Performing Arts major in Dance or the Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Full tuition and fees waiver

Benets:

The scholarship is a great help to our family. I am the eldest in a family of four kids; our parents used to tell us that they cannot afford expensive college education so we need to study hard to qualify for a scholarship. Honors scholarship from DLS-CSB was indeed an answer to our familys prayer.
Acefred Ardon Honors scholar BSBA-Computer Applications

Initial Screening

Applicants who pass the initial screening shall be invited to an interview, presentation of portfolio and skills test.

Honors Scholarship

The Honors scholarship is awarded to freshmen applicants who are in the top ten of their graduating batch from selected public and parochial high schools.

Benefits:

May enroll in any degree program Full tuition and fees waiver

15 to 20 samples of work digitized in a CD of any of the following works relevant to the program applying for: animation, awards or plaques from established institutions or organizations, certicates of attendance or participation in arts organizations or workshops, clippings of published productions or performances, design sketches, lms, graphic designs, illustrations, interactive CDs, music sheets, musical recordings, paintings, photographs, scripts, souvenir programs, storyboards, technical drawings, video clips of productions or performances and website designs

Portfolio

Letters of recommendation

Two letters of recommendation from instructors or practitioners of chosen eld, explaining the applicants talents and capabilities related to the degree program applied for. These may include teachers or instructors for art, dance classes, club or workshop adviser, or practitioners from established institutions or organization.

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Athletic Recruit Scholarship DLS-CSB Ballet Philippines Scholarship

Ofce of Culture and Arts (OCA) Grant

Merit Scholarships
Athletic Recruit Scholarship
The Athletic Recruit Scholarship is available to freshmen with superior athletic abilities t to represent the College in sports competitions.

DLS-CSB Ballet Philippines Scholarship


The DLS-CSB Ballet Philippines Scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen or transferees applying for Bachelor of Performing Arts Major in Dance (BPA-D) program.

Requirement:

Endorsement by school varsity coaches to DLS-CSB Center for Sports Development (CSD) May enroll in any degree program* Full or partial tuition and fees waiver PE exemption Enrollment prioritization Daily meal allowance Free lodging for those coming from the provinces

Requirement: Benets:

Benefits:

Recommendation by the Artistic Director of Ballet Philippines Full tuition and fees waiver PE exception

Application fee is waived if endorsed by the CSD to the Admissions Center for application. High school seniors and transferees with superior athletic abilities may apply as non-recruit applicants. Applicants may undergo tryouts if qualied based on BEE results and other criteria set by CSD.

*Except for BSBA-BM or BSBA-MM which are under BASAP

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Athletic Recruit Scholarship DLS-CSB Ballet Philippines Scholarship

Ofce of Culture and Arts (OCA) Scholarship

Ofce of Culture and Arts (OCA) Scholarship


The OCA Scholarship is offered to incoming freshmen who are gifted in the eld of performance art.

Qualications and Requirements:

Must pass the OCA auditions Recommendation by OCA Head May enroll in any degree program* Full tuition waiver or partial tuition discount

Benets:

Ofce of Culture and Arts performance groups 1. Coro San Benildo 2. Saint Benilde Romanon Dance Company 3. Dulaang Filipino

*Except for BSBA-BM or BSBA-MM which are under BASAP **To know more about additional requirements, please get in touch with the Student Grants Ofce.

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Benildean Hope Grant (BHG) Blessed Arnould Study Assistance Program (BASAP)

School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) Grant

Pierre Romanon Grant Kapitbahay Grant

Financial Assistance Grants


Benildean Hope Grant (BHG)
BHS is offered to freshmen applicants who belong to special populations (e.g. street children or youth from an indigenous community) and are under the care of and endorsed by non-government organizations or indigenous communities identied and recognized by DLS-CSB or Armed Forces of the Philippines Educational Benet System Ofce.

Blessed Arnould Study Assistance Program (BASAP)

Application for this program is from midSeptember to mid-December.

BASAP is for freshmen applicants or transferees applying to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business Management (BSBA-BM) or Marketing Management (BSBA-MM) programs.

Requirements:

Qualications and Requirements:


Completed Grants Application Form together and other required documents** May enroll in any degree program* Full tuition and fees waiver Subsidized graduation, recollection and retreat fees Employment as student assistant in a school/ofce of the College

Benets:

Highly motivated, low-income working individuals (earning not more than Php240,000 a year) At least 19 years old Has not earned a diploma in any degree program Completed Grants Application Form together with other required documents** Full tuition and fees waiver Loan privileges Subsidized graduation, recollection and retreat fees Employment as student assistant in a school/ofce of the College

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School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) Grant


The SDEAS Grant is awarded to Deaf high school students who are in need of nancial assistance for their tertiary education.

I found out about the BASAP scholarship from a free newspaper distributed in MRT stations. I was on my way to work and I read the ad about the program for working students which I felt was perfect for me. I stopped school in 2001 and wasnt able to nish my college degree and have been working since then. Having the opportunity to work and go to school at the same time was the best thing that happened to me as I needed to do both.
Love Joy Fernandez BASAP scholar
Application for this program is from March to April after you receive an acceptance letter from the Admissions Center.

Qualications and Requirements:


Frosh applicant must be applying for the Bachelor of Applied Deaf Studies (BAPDST) program Completed Grants Application Form together with other required documents** Full tuition and fees waiver or partial tuition and fees discount Subsidized graduation, recollection and retreat fees

Benets:

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Benildean Hope Scholarship (BHS) Blessed Arnould Study Assistance Program (BASAP)

School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies (SDEAS) Grant

Pierre Romanon Grant Kapitbahay Scholarship (KBS)

Pierre Romanon Grant


The Pierre Romanon Grant is open for freshmen applicants who are in need of nancial support to pursue their College education.

Requirements:

Completed Grants Application Form together with other required documents** May enroll in any degree program* Full tuition and fees waiver or partial tuition and fees discount

Benets:

Kapitbahay Grant
The Kapitbahay Grant is given to academically deserving but nancially-challenged high school graduates residing in a barangay in the vicinity of DLS-CSB.

Qualications and Requirements:


Must be a resident of the barangay for at least two consecutive years (from date of application) as certied by the barangay captain Full tuition and fees waiver Allowance
Manila Barangay 745 Zone 81 Barangay 746 Zone 81 Barangay 750 Zone 81 Barangay 751 Zone 81 Barangay 752 Zone 81 Barangay 753 Zone 81 Barangay 754 Zone 81 Barangay 733 Zone 81 Barangay 726 Zone 79 Barangay 727 Zone 79 Barangay 728 Zone 79 Barangay 729 Zone 79 Barangay 730 Zone 79

Benets:

The KBS program covers the following barangays: Pasay Barangay 42 Zone 6 Barangay 43 Zone 6

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*Except for BSBA-BM or BSBA-MM which are under BASAP **To know more about additional requirements, please get in touch with the Student Grants Ofce at 5267441 local 163.

Patricia Mae Santos Kapitbahay Scholar, AB Multimedia Arts

Institutional Scholarship
Brother President Scholarship Program (BPSP)
The BPSP is for freshmen applicants whose parents are permanent faculty members or staff of DLS-CSB and have rendered at least three years of continuous service at the College.

Government-Endorsed Scholarships
The Presidential Decree 577 (PD 577) Scholarship
The PD 577 Scholarship is awarded to freshmen applicants who are children of military personnel who died or have been incapacitated in the line of duty.

Requirement:

Endorsement from Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) May enroll in any degree program* Full tuition and development and laboratory fees waiver

Benets:

Benets:

May apply for any degree program* Full tuition waiver

The PD 577 Scholarship is awarded after the release of acceptance letters by the Admissions Center.

Presidential Decree 1687 (PD 1687) Scholarship


The PD 1687 Scholarship is awarded to freshmen applicants who are children of military personnel awarded with the medal of valor.

Requirement:

Endorsement from Armed Forces of the Philippines May enroll in any degree program* Full tuition and development and laboratory fees waiver

Benets:

Application period for PD 1687 Scholarship is from July to February.


*Except for BSBA-BM or BSBA-MM which are under BASAP

The PD 1687 Scholarship is awarded after the release of acceptance letters by the Admissions Center.

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Megaworld Foundation Scholarship


The Megaworld Foundation Scholarship is open to academically qualied but nancially challenged students taking up Architecture, Interior Design, Human Resource Management, Business or computer-related courses. The scholarship is offered by Megaworld Foundation, Inc., the CSR arm of Megaworld Corporation.

Other Scholarship Opportunities for Enrolled Students


The following scholarships and grant opportunities are also available to you once you are enrolled in the College.

Qualications & Requirements Frosh Applicants



Final grade report in fourth year high school with no failing grade, and with an average of at least 85% or its equivalent A certicate of Upper 10% Class Ranking of Graduating Batch A passing result of university/college entrance exam, letter of admission or certicate of enrolment Income Tax Return, Afdavit and BIR Certication for Tax Exception of father and mother or guardian (Combined Gross Annual Income should not exceed Php300,000) Birth certicate Two (2) 2x2 ID photos Two (2) 1x1 ID photos Photograph of applicant with family/guardian

Benets:

Full tuition waiver Allowance per school year Career opportunity at Megaworld Corporation

The Top 10 Honors is awarded to currently enrolled students who are in the top ten honors list for each school year and are given meal, transportation and book allowance. The Vatel Scholarship is awarded to the best-ranking IHM students who have completed ve academic terms in SHRIM. The Center for Institutional Communications (CIC) Student Assistant Grant is for currently enrolled student assistants of the CIC who are recommended for tuition discount by the CIC Director. The Ofce of Culture and Arts Grant is for currently enrolled student-artists of the OCA who are recommended for tuition discount by the OCA Head. The Student Publications Grant-Benildean (SPG-B) is for currently enrolled student writers and artists of the Student Publications Ofce (SPO) who are recommended for tuition discount by the SPO Head. The Benildean Student Envoys program is for currently enrolled students who will serve as ambassadors of the College in special events and linkage programs, and are recommended by the Director of the Center for External Linkages, Alumni and Development (CELAD). You are entitled to tuition subsidy, uniform, trainings and development, and activity-related allowances. The Student Assistantship Program provides the opportunity for the Colleges full scholars/grantees to work on campus. SGO deploys qualied students to school ofces and computer laboratories.

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Student Grantees/Scholars of the following ofces: 1. Center for Institutional Communications 2. Student Publications Ofce

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General Scholarship Application Procedure


Visit the DLS-CSB Admissions Center at the Taft Campus, 2544 Taft Avenue, Manila or log on to the Admissions website at http://www. benilde.edu.ph/admissions for information and downloads.

Secure an application payment slip from the Admissions Center and pay the non-refundable admission processing fee at the Accounting Ofce.

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Free application kits are provided for applicants of the following scholarship programs: Athletic Grant (recruits with CSD Endorsement), Honors Scholarship, Benildean Hope Scholarship (with endorsement from DLS-CSBs partner agencies) and BASAP.

For paid applications, present the ofcial receipt to the Admissions Center and secure an application form. For free applications, secure the application form from the Admissions Center. Indicate the type of scholarship applied for in the form.

Fill out the application form that comes with the kit or is available through download online. Only applications with correct and complete requirements shall be processed. Submit the form with the admission (refer to p101) and scholarship requirements to the Admissions staff.

Once application requirements are completed, secure the test permit from the Admissions staff. This permit species the date and time of the entrance exam.

Take the entrance exam on the specied date. The College implements a No test permit, no exam policy.

Obtain the application results through the Admissions Center, DLS-CSB website, senior guidance counselor. The results will also be sent to your personal mailing address.

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To know more about the additional requirements, and other details please get in touch with the

Student Grants Office

Trunk Line: 526-7441 to 47 loc. 163 Direct Line: 525-0722 Email: scholarships@benilde.edu.ph

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Learning Facilities

Information Technology

Personnel

Student Lifestyle

Admission Procedures & Requirements

Scholarships & Financial Assistance

Travel Advisory & Campuses

How to get here

Travel Advisory

Benilde is easily accessible to residents of Metro Manila and areas of Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal, through various forms of transportation.

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Malabon
Train Directions By LRT Line 1/Metrorail (Yellow Line)

Caloocan

North Avenue Roosevelt Monumento Quezon Avenue

If you are coming from Caloocan, Malabon, Quezon City and northern parts of Manila you may ride the train en route to Baclaran and get off at Vito Cruz station. The DLS-CSB Taft campus is right in front of the Vito Cruz station. AKIC and SDA Campuses are just walking distance from Taft Campus. If you are coming from Pasay in the south, you may ride the train bound for Roosevelt Avenue and get off at Vito Cruz station. The DLS-CSB Taft campus is right in front of the Vito Cruz station. AKIC and SDA Campuses are just walking distance from Taft Campus.

Quezon City
Katipunan Araneta Center Cubao

By LRT Line 2/Megatren (Purple Line)

If you are coming from Rizal and other eastern sections of Metro Manila, you may take the LRT Line 2 and get off at the Recto station. From Recto station, you may board the connected LRT Line 1 Doroteo Jose station to Vito Cruz. The DLS-CSB Taft campus is right in front of Vito Cruz station. AKIC and SDA Campuses are just walking distance from Taft Campus.

Blumentritt Tutuban

By MRT Line 3/Metrostar (Blue Line)

If you are coming from North Avenue in Quezon City and other key points along EDSA, you may take the MRT Line 3 to the Taft Avenue station and board the connected LRT Line 1 EDSA station to Vito Cruz station. The DLS-CSB Taft campus is right in front of the Vito Cruz station. AKIC and SDA Campuses are just walking distance from Taft Campus.

Carriedo Pureza Recto Sta. Mesa

By PNR Metro Commuter Line (Orange Line)

If you are coming from Tutuban in Manila and other surrounding areas, you may ride the PNR Metro Commuter Line bound to Alabang and alight at Vito Cruz station. DLS-CSB campuses are about a ve-minute walk away from PNRs Vito Cruz station. If you are coming from Alabang you may ride the PNR Metro Commuter Line bound to Tutuban and alight in Vito Cruz station. DLS-CSB campuses are about a ve minute-walk away from PNRs Vito Cruz station.

Doroteo Jose

By Car
Vito Cruz Shaw Boulevard
DLS-CSB
AKIC

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By LRT Line 1/Metrorail (Yellow Line)
The LRT Line 1 stretches the length of Baclaran in the South of the metro to Roosevelt in North EDSA, passing through a total of 20 stations. A ride is priced from Php12 to Php20, depending on how far your station is from Vito Cruz. Stored value tickets are available for Php100.

Pasay

DLSU Vito Cruz

DLS-CSB
Taft

You may take the following routes: From Quezon City and Caloocan City: Quezon Avenue > Quiapo > Taft Avenue or E. Rodriguez Avenue > Nagtahan Bridge > Quirino Avenue > Taft Avenue From Quezon City and Antipolo: Southbound EDSA > Taft Avenue From Paraaque, Muntinlupa and San Pedro and Bian in Laguna: South Superhighway > Buendia Avenue > Taft Avenue From Paraaque and Cavite: Coastal Road > Roxas Boulevard > P. Ocampo Street > Taft Avenue

Mandaluyong

DLS-CSB
SDA

By LRT Line 2/Megatren (Purple Line)

EDSA

Magallanes

The LRT Line 2 travels from west to east part of the Metro Manila the length of Santolan in Pasig City to Recto in Manila, passing through eleven stations. Fare ranges from Php12 to Php15.

Taft Avenue

Makati By FX Taxis

By MRT Line 3/Metrostar (Blue Line)

The MRT Line 3 travels the length of EDSA from North Avenue in Quezon City to Taft Avenue in Pasay City, passing through thirteen stations. Fare ranges from Php12 to Php15. Stored value tickets are available for Php100.

Paraaque

EDSA

Coming from the North, ride FX taxis headed towards P. Ocampo Street (Vito Cruz) or Gil Puyat Avenue (Buendia) through Taft Avenue. Coming from the South, any FX will drive past DLS-CSB, including those headed towards Monumento, Cubao or Fairview-Philcoa. Ask the FX driver headed towards Quiapo or Divisoria whether the route will pass by DLS-CSB Taft Campus and not through Roxas Boulevard.

By PNR Metro Commuter Line (Orange Line)

Cavite

The PNR Metro Commuter Line travels the length of Tutuban in Manila to Alabang in Muntinlupa, passing through 17 stations. Fare ranges from Php8 to Php20.

Las Pias

Baclaran

By Bus

You can take the bus headed towards Quiapo via Taft Avenue at Ayala Avenue in Makati City. If you are coming from Laguna (San Pedro, Bian, or Calamba), there are buses that ply the South Luzon Expressway route up to the vicinity of the College. Buses that ply the SM Southmall/Moonwalk-Sta.Cruz via Taft Avenue pass in front of the DLS-CSB Taft Campus.

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*Course listings are subject to change.

To know more about DLS-CSB and its course offerings, visit www.benilde.edu.ph.

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2013 Prospectus
Produced by the Admissions Center. 1st term, SY 2012-2013 Design and layout by the Center for Institutional Communications-Creative Services Office

Photography Credits
Arce, Ana Kristina - p28, 39, 51 Atento, Mikhaela - p114, 118 Catap, Romeo - p16, 35, 110, 120 Center for Sports Development - p99 Cruz, Ayvi - p51 EverywhereWeShoot.com - p5 Gepaya, Kevin - p12 Jao, Mary Ann - p77 Lacson, Angelo - p53, 95 Learning Resource Center - p9 Lim, Sheena - p29 Miranda, Albert RJ - p91, 92, 106 Mones, Rey - p50, 81 Ofce of Culture and Arts - p99, 116 Ofrin, Lawrence - p32 Oliveros, Daphne - p99 Omac, Margarette Grace - p20, 50, 51, 53 Pabitu, Annelvie - p21 Roldan, Carl Louis - p36 Salamat, Juan Carlos - p2, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 34, 38, 40, 48, 49, 50, 52, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 69, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 78, 82, 85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 95, 99 103, 111 School of Deaf Education and Applied Studies - p16, 19 School of Design and Arts - p95 School of Management and Information Technology - p59, 68 School of Multidisciplinary Studies - p77 School of Professional and Continuing Education - p83 Sta. Juana, Kristela - p 46 Student Publications Ofce - p13, 99, 120 Tan, Mary - p6, 22, 26, 51, 85, 99 Teao, Gerard - p12, 16, 29, 30, 33, 34, 37, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 51, 54, 55, 85, 89, 92, 93, 95, 102, 108, 113 Valeriano, Will Flores - p39 Yu, Charlon - p12

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