ENHANCED GENERAL EDUCATION SUBJECTS
Math 100 BASIC MATHEMATICS 0 unit
This course deals with the basic concepts, principles and operations on sets and real numbers. It includes topics of measurement and geometry.
Math 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS 3 units
This is an integrative course. It is meant to synthesize and reinforce the concepts, processes and skills learned in the secondary school. The course is guided by the following principles:
The need to emphasize conceptual understanding more than procedural understanding but not sacrificing fundamental quantitative skills;
The need to use contexts that capture real-world problems and maximize the use of modeling and visualizing techniques and using appropriate technology to solve these problems; the need to engage learners in reflexive thinking and provide them opportunities to ‘think outside the box.’
This course further intends to develop and strengthen the following general skills: problem formulating and solving, justifying and reasoning, evaluating and extending, and analytical skills. The use of graphing calculators and computer algebra system is highly encouraged.
Math 102 CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS 3 units
This course offers to the students an opportunity to learn when and how. Mathematics can be used in many different real-life situations. Consequently, this course will help students expand their content knowledge in Mathematics. The following principles underlie this course:
Mathematics is useful; Mathematics is realistic and relevant; Mathematics is interesting; Mathematics is needed by all.
This course aims to integrate mathematics theories with reality, thereby increasing the level of mathematical literacy of Filipinos. Problem solving is the central features of this course. The use of graphing calculators and computer algebra systems is highly encouraged.
Stat 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF STATISTICS 3 units
This course deals with descriptive statistics which covers the following: measures of central tendency, point measures and measures of variations. It also acquaints the students with inferential statistics such as hypothesis testing, sampling technique, measures of relationships like correlation and regression, f distribution of ANOVA, t distribution or t-test and non-parametric tests.
LANGUAGES AND HUMANITIES
Fil 101 KOMUNIKASYON SA AKADEMIKONG FILIPINO 3 yunit
Ang Filipino 1 ay isang metalinggwistik na pag-aaral sa gamit ng akademikong Filipino sa iba’t–ibang sitwasyon at larangan. Sa paraang interdisiplinaryo at interaktibo, inaasahang maunawaan at malilinang sa mga estudyante ang mga kailangang kaalaman at kasanayan sa paggamit ng Filipino sa lalong mataas na edukasyon.
Fil 102 PAGBASA AT PAGSULAT TUNGO 3 yunit
*Prerequisite: Filipino 101
Ang Filipino 2 ay nagpapalawak ng mga kaalaman at kasanayan sa kritikal na pagbasa at lohikal na pagsulat tungo sa pagsasagawa ng sariling pananaliksik.
Fil 103 MASINING NA PAGPAPAHAYAG 3 yunit
*Prerequisite: Filipino 101 & Filipino 102
Ang Filipino 3 ay pag-aaral ng mga prinsipyo ng masining na pagpapahayag sa Filipino. Nakatuon ito sa malayang pagtuklas at pagpapakita ng sariling kakayahan at talino sa pagsulat at pasalitang pagpapahayag at pagbabahagi ng mga ito sa komunidad, bansa at daigdig.
Eng 100 BASIC ENGLISH 0 unit
This course aims to improve the English language proficiency of the College Freshmen by learning the critical grammatical structures necessary for communicative functions such as narrating, describing, giving directions, etc. and to acquire adequate vocabulary needed for academic study. The emphasis is on the use of English for communication and learning purposes.
Eng 101 STUDY AND THINKING SKILLS 3 units
*Prerequisite: Engl 100
This course is first of a series of English subjects to develop students’ communicative and thinking skills for academic study. Reading skills are reinforced as means of acquiring and processing inputs for learning and writing exercises are provide as means for expressing and enhancing students’ thinking.
Eng 102 WRITING IN THE DISCIPLINES 3 units
*Prerequisite: Engl 101
This course is designed to develop the basic research and writing skills of the students in their specific discipline. The principles of effective paragraph construction are reviewed before the students are exposed to research papermaking and required reports by discipline.
Eng 103 SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3 units
This course is designed to equip the students with necessary theories, principles, and techniques for effective speech communication for various situations. Further it is designed to develop the students’ potentials that will enable them to understand and evaluate messages in a dynamic speech situation.
Lit 101 LITERATURES OF THE PHILIPPINES 3 units
This is a three - unit course that deals with the study of literary forms or genres as exemplified by selected literary texts from various regions in the Philippines including those from overseas.
Lit 102 LITERATURES OF THE WORLD 3 units
*Prerequisite: Lit 101
This course is a continuation of the study of literary forms or genres exemplified by selected literary texts from various countries with major emphasis on the literatures of Southeast Asia.
Rizal LIFE AND WORKS OF RIZAL 3 units
This course deals with the understanding of the life of Jose Rizal with special focus on his works “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo.” Better understanding in the appreciation of this study is facilitated through literary, historical, biographical, philosophical and sociological analyses.
Hum 101 ART APPRECIATION AND AESTHETICS 3 units
This course deals with the understanding, the enjoyment and expression of feelings and ideas through the different forms of art. It includes theories and principles of Aesthetics and exposes the students to some activities essential to the appreciation of art.
Hum 102 LOGIC 3 units
This course, as an art and science of correct reasoning, presents the rules and procedures that empower students not only to make valid inferences but also to establish the true of their conclusions by way of rational demonstrations.
Psy 101 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 units
This course deals with the basic orientation in the nature scope methods and principles covering the science of human behavior. It identifies the contextual and empirical foundations of Psychology as they apply to individuals.
Hist 101 PHILIPPINE HISTORY WITH GOVERNANCE
AND CONSTITUTION 3 units
This one-semester course is a comprehensive cultural, social, economic and political history of the Philippines from the Pre Historic period to present. The approach of the course will be interdisciplinary.
Soc Sci 101 Society and culture with family planning 3 units
This course gives a perspective on the fundamentals of sociology, its scope, nature and basic concepts and their application in understanding the Philippine society. It includes Family Planning and gender development.
SOC SCI 102 ECONOMICS 3 units
This is an introductory course to the study of economics. It introduces the basic concepts, principles, and current issues on economics, cooperatives, agrarian reforms and taxation.
Sci 101 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 3 units
This is a three-unit course that introduces students who are taking non-biological science courses to very diverse living components of the world where we live. It intends to inform them the various levels of organization in living organisms and their roles, functions, importance and inter-relationships with others in our ever-dynamic ecosystem. Ultimately, the students may come to know and value the existence of a living entity, macro and micro at that, in maintaining balance of nature and be equipped with necessary know-how if ever the abnormal presence of one or more causes an imbalance and poses threat to others.
Sci 102 EARTH SCIENCE 3 units
A course providing an overview of the physical earth, its structure and composition and the various processes that sculpture the earth’s surface; integration of astronomy, metrology, geology, chemistry, physics and environmental concepts.
PE 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS 2 units
This course deals with the scientific foundations of physical fitness, the essentials of promoting physical health, fitness and wellness. The students shall undergo pretest and posttest in all physical fitness components.
PE 102 INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL SPORTS 2 units
*Prerequisite: PE 101
This course deals with the fundamental rules and skills acquisition in the playing of individual and dual sports/games and recreational activities. Included in the course are internationally played and indigenous sports and games.
PE 103 DANCES 2 units
*Prerequisite: PE 101
This course provides the students with opportunities to appreciate and understand our own and other people through dances. It deals with the fundamental steps in Folk and Social dancing.
PE 104 TEAM SPORTS 2 units
*Prerequisite: PE 101
This course deals with the study of team sports and games which form an important and vital course of the tertiary physical education curriculum, giving emphasis on the development of students’ physical skills, level of fitness, intellectual growth and social interactions through well-organized sports activities. Included in the course are major sports/games commonly played in local and international competitions such as basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer and sepak takraw.
ICT 101 INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION 3 units
This is a three (3)-unit modular course which focuses on the understanding of concepts, the acquisition of basic skills and attitudes related to the various information and communications technologies. The course covers concepts and skills aimed at providing students with basic literacy on current ICTs including the Internet and other telecommunications and network-based technologies and their utilization for research, communication, publishing, productivity, teaching and learning. The course is delivered through a combination of lecture and laboratory activities.
NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM
NSTP 101A RESERVED OFFICERS TRAINING 3 units
This course is good for 90 periods or 15 training weeks. It is designed to train cadets as future soldiers in the AFP Reserved Force. It is further intended to indoctrinate and equip ROTC cadets with the basic knowledge on fundamentals and principles of military service, skills to move, shoot and communicate, and the right attitude of a military professional.
NSTP 101B CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING 3 units
The Civic Welfare Training Service as a component of the National Service Training Program is a course for first year students both male and female designed to help them understand and appreciate and eventually live by the basic concepts of the Student’s Transformation and Enrichment for Truth with the end in view of empowering them in becoming a potent resource for community development.
NSTP102A RESERVED OFFICERS TRAINING 3 units
*Prerequisite: NSTP 101A
This course which has 90 periods or 15 weeks of training is intended to prepare the cadets for incorporation as infantrymen in the Army Reserved Force. It is further designed to train and develop ROTC cadets in the rudiments of military tactics and services in order to produce capable, responsible, and adequately-trained Army Reservists. It also provides the cadets with basic knowledge and attitudes on general military subjects, small unit tactics (Squad, Section, Platoon and Company levels), crew-served weapons and individual unit training as Army Reservists.
NSTP 102B CIVIC WELFARE TRAINING 3 units
*Prerequisite: NSTP 101B
The Civic Welfare Training Service is a sequel to the first CWTS. It is designed to immerse students in activities that will arm them with the capability to contribute to the uplift of the general welfare and the quality of life of the members of the community as well as to enhance the facilities of the community, especially those that are devoted to improving the health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizens.
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION SUBJECTS
Educ 101 CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 3 units
This is a basic course on child and adolescent development focusing on current research and theory on the biological, linguistic, cognitive, social and emotional dimensions of development and the factors that affect the progress of development.
The coverage of the course is structured to cover the key dimensions of the development of the children and adolescents: physical, linguistic, cognitive and socio-emotional development. For each dimension, the core contemporary research findings and theories are covered. Particular emphasis is given to the factors that have been identified as having positive or negative effects on the natural course of these developmental processes. In addition, some focus is given to the exceptional cases when children or adolescents vary from the natural course.
The coverage of these ideas is intended to provide the future teacher with a broad yet fairly detailed understanding of the developmental processes that students undergo and do that such an understanding may be used to guide all dealings ( i.e. formal instructional, informal social, etc.) with the students.
Educ 102 FACILITATING HUMAN LEARNING 3 units
The course emphasizes contemporary theories and research on the cognitive, metacognitive, motivational, socio-cultural, and individual difference factors in the acquisition of knowledge.
The course coverage shall focus on contemporary theories and research on learning. (As such, some of the traditional theories of learning will not be addressed in detail.) The exploration and discussion of these theories and research will focus on how these apply to the Philippines, regional, local, and personal experience. More importantly, the processing of the theories and research will emphasize how teacher may use the various ideas to better facilitate the learning processes among students.
Educ 103 SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF EDUCATION 3 units
This course is an introduction to social science (economic, socio-cultural, political, geographical and environmental processes) theory and research as they relate to education and to understanding of the four pillars of learning, which are fundamental in making critical and logical decision as an active member in the society and as a global citizen. The course aims to enhance critical understanding and responding to the transformations in education, work, culture, globalization and subjectivity that have induced education, economic, socio-cultural, political, geographical and environmental networks.
METHODS AND STRATEGIES COURSES
Educ 104 PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING I 3 units
*Prerequisite: Educ 101, Educ 102, Educ 103
This course introduces prospective teachers to the nature of teaching. It deals specifically with the principles of effective instruction and the concomitant processes involved; instructional planning and demonstration teaching.
The course is a blend of theoretical information and selected matching actual experiences.
Prerequisite: Child and Adolescent Development
Educ 105 PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING II 3 units
*Prerequisite: Educ 104
The course introduces prospective secondary and elementary teachers to knowledge and understanding of the subject area which includes: foundation disciplines, structural components, and models of teaching and assessment strategies. These will provide the student with the theoretical underpinnings in teaching and develop concepts, skills, attitudes, values related to the subject area.
Educ 106A DEVELOPMENTAL READING I 3 units
*Prerequisites – Eng 101 and Litt 101
The course sharpens the teacher’s reading proficiency in the preparation for the introduction to the nature of the reading process.
Educ 106B DEVELOPMENTAL READING II 3 units
- For BEE only
Educ 107 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY I 3 units
This is a 3-unit course designed to introduce the basic learning theories and principles as bases for the design, development, implementation and evaluation of instruction using education technology. Students are expected to acquire skills in integrating technology in various content areas. Course activities are focused on the design and development of ICT-based instructional plans.
Educ 108 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY II 3 units
This is a 3- unit course designed to introduce both traditional and innovative technologies to facilitate and foster meaningful and effective learning.
Students are expected to demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature, application and production of the various types of educational technologies. The course will likewise focus both on developing teacher-support materials and the production of technology-based student outputs.
Educ 109 ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING I 3 units
The course focuses on the development and utilization of assessment tools to improve the teaching-learning process. It emphasizes the use of testing for measuring knowledge, comprehension and other thinking skills. It allows the students to go through the standard steps in test construction for quality assessment.
Educ 110 ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING II 3 units
The course focuses on the development and utilization of assessment of alternative forms of assessment in measuring authentic learning. Emphasis is given to ways of assessing process- and product-oriented learning targets as well as affective learning. Students will experience how to develop rubrics for performance-0based and portfolio assessment.
Educ 111 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 3 units
The course is intended to introduce the education students to effective curriculum design and assessment. The course topics include curriculum models, principles and approaches in designing, delivering and addressing the curriculum.
Educ 112 THE TEACHING PROFESSION 3 units
The course deals with the teacher as an individual, classroom teacher, community teacher and global teacher. This emphasizes professionalization to cover teachers’ status and levels of professional rewards and professionalism to improve competencies.
SPECIAL TOPIC 1: ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION 1 unit
This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to make environmental education relevant to culturally diverse audiences. Through this course they will broaden their perspective of environmental education to encompass interests and issues of concern to students in order for them to participate as they devise ways of adapting to a diverse environment in the future.
SPECIAL TOPIC 2: INCLUSIVE EDUCATION 1 unit
The course is designed to provide students with a holistic, practical perspective on how schools and classrooms can become learning-friendly. It will require them to recognize the feasible approaches to facilitate learning considering the learners’ diverse background.
SPECIAL TOPIC 3: EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 1 unit
This course provides basis concept and skill in educational research. Specifically, the course focus with preparation of an action research proposal, a preparation to its conduct if action research a s suggest in its teaching profession
Note: For these Special Topics Courses, some of the possible topics are, but not limited to the following: Teaching Multigrade Classes, Environmental Education, Teaching Multicultural Classrooms, Integrative Teaching Strategies, Collaborative Learning, Use of Popular Media in Teaching, Topics on Distance Learning, Problem-Based Teaching, the Eight-Week Curriculum, Addressing Learning Gaps, and Teaching Indigenous Peoples.
Educ 116 PRACTICE TEACHING 6 units
*Prerequisite: All FS courses, Theory and Methods and Strategies courses
Practice Teaching is a 6-unit course offered to those who have completed all Field Study courses. It is part of the Experiential Learning courses of the new Teacher Education Curriculum which gives prospective teachers the chance to experience the life in actual learning environment. The opportunities and experiences embedded in this course will enable them to meet the challenges of the real learning environment. The varied requirements will help them cope with the demands of the profession.
FIELD STUDY COURSES
FS 1 Learners’ Development
and Environment 1 unit
*Prerequisite: Educ 101, Educ 102, Educ 103
This course is designed to help the education students verify the behavior of the child in the actual classroom setting. It will require them to recognize the feasible approaches to facilitate learning considering the learners’ different phases of development and social environment.
FS 2 Experiencing the Teaching-Learning
Process 1 unit
*Prerequisite: FS 1, Educ 104, Educ 105
This course is designed to provide students with opportunities to examine the application of teaching theories and principles in the learning environment. Students are expected to verify the cognitive, metacognitive, individual differences and motivational factors that influence the acquisition of knowledge. The students are given the chance to develop and try out learning tasks, instructional materials and assessment tools.
FS 3 TECHNOLOGY IN THE LEARNING
ENVIRONMENT 1 unit
*Prerequisite: FS 2, Educ 107, Educ 108
This course is designed to enrich the students’ experiences in developing and utilizing appropriate technology to facilitate learning. It shall also provide exposure and hand-on opportunities in the use of Information and Communications Technology.
FS 4 UNDERSTANDING CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT 1 unit
*Prerequisite: FS 3, Educ 111
This course is intended to introduce the education pre-service students to effective curriculum design and assessment. The course topics include curriculum models, principles and approaches in designing, delivering and addressing the curriculum.
It emphasizes familiarity with contemporary curriculum policies and framework and their relevance or planning, pedagogy and assessment at the classroom level.
FS 5 LEARNING ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES 1 unit
This course allows the student to have Hands-on experiences in assigning an assessment tool, launching this in the classroom and evaluating the results based on the principles of teaching.
FS 6 ON BECOMING A TEACHER 1 unit
This course provides opportunities for the students to explore the utilization of alternative assessment tools in actual classroom setting. It will also require them to apply the concepts they have learned about developing rubrics for performance-based and portfolio assessment.
Note: FS2 to FS6 require the preceding FS subject as prerequisite.
Maj 101 Introduksyon sa Pag-aaral ng Wika 3 units
Ang kursong ito ay tumatalakay sa mga teorya (sikolohikal, sosyolohikal, antropolohikal, linggwistik,, atbp.) na nakakaimpluwensiya sa pagkatuto/ pagtuturo ng wika.
Maj 102 Panimulang Linggwistika 3 units
Ang kursong ito ay nagbibigay- diin sa mga batayang kaalaman at simulain sa linggwistika at nagpapakita ng aplikasyon ng mga ito sa pagkatuto/pagtuturo ng Filipino.
Maj 103 Panitikan ng Rehiyon 3 units
Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa pag-aaral ng mga pangunahing akda sa mga rehiyonal na wika. Maaaring orihinal o salin sa Flipino ang mga tekstong susuriin at pahahalagahang kultural. (Magbaba-bago ayon sa locale ng TEIS at walang duplikasyon sa panitikang rehiyonal na bahagi ng GEC Lit. 1).
Maj 104 Ang Kurikulum ng Filipino 3 units
Sa Batayang Antas ng Edukasyon
Tumatalakay ang kursong ito sa mga batayang teoretikal, nilalaman, katangian, at panuntunan sa pagpapatupad ng nirestrukturang kurikulum sa Filipino. Inaangkop ang kurikulum sa mga kondisyon at sitwasyong local.
Maj 105 Kulturang Popular 3 units
Ang kursong ito ay sumasaklaw sa pag-aaral/pagsusuri ng iba’t-ibang kulturang popular, e.g. pelikula, musika, komics, at pahayagan, mga programang pangradyo,pantelebisyon na nakakaimpluwensya sa paghubog ng sariling katalinuhan o identidad.
Maj 106 Sanaysay at Talumpati 3 units
Ang kursong ito ay tungkol sa pag-aaral ng kasanayang pag-unlad sa sanaysay na kaagapay ang pagsulat ng mga kontemporaryong anyo nito, pati na ang pagsasanay sa pagsulat at pabigkas ng talumpati.
Maj 107 Istruktura ng Wikang Filipino 3 units
Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa deskriptibong pag-aaral ng wikang Filipino sa lebel ng fonolohiya, morfolohiya, semantiks at sintak.
Maj 108 Panunuring Pampanitikan 3 units
Tumatalakay ang kursong ito sa mga teorya, simulain at pamamaraan ng pagbasa,interpretasyon,at pagsusuri ng panitikan mula sa Bagong Kritisismo hanggang sa Post-modernismo.
Maj 109 Maikling Kuwentong Filipino 3 units
Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa pag-aaral ng pangkasaysayang pag-unlad ng maikling kwentong Filipino na may pagbibigay-diin sa mga sangkap at pagkabuo nito sa pamamagitan ng pagsusuri ng piling kwento mula noong Gintong Panahon(1904-1920) hanggang sa kasalukuyan.
Major 110 Pagtuturo at Pagtataya sa
Pakikinig at Pagsasalita 3 units
Tumatalakay ang kursong ito sa mga teorya, simulain, mga metodo sa pagtuturo at mga uri/pamamaraan sa pagtataya ng mga kasanayan sa pakikinig at pagsasalita na gumagamit ng iba’t ibang uri ng diskors at gawain (tasks).
Maj 111 Panulaang Filipino 3 units
Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa pag-aaral sa pangkasaysayang pag-unlad ng panulaang Filipino na nagbibigay diin sa mga sangkap ng tula sa pamamagitan ng pagsusuri ng ilang piling tula na kumakatawan sa bawat panahon.
Maj 112 Pagtuturo at Pagtataya
sa Pagbasa at Pagsulat 3 units
Tumatalakay ito sa mga teorya, simulain at mga metodo sa pagturo at mga uri/ pamamaran sa pagtataya ng mga kasanayan sa pagbasa at pagsulat na gumagamit ng iba’t ibang uri ng diskors at gawain (tasks).
Maj 113 Paghahanda at Evalwasyon
ng Kagamitang Panturo 3 units
Sumasaklaw ito sa pag-aaral ng mga teorya, simulain, pamaraan, paggamit at ebalwasyon ng kagamitang panturo kasama ang mga materyales para sa alternatibong pagtuturo at pagkatuto.
Maj 114 Pagbasa ng mga Obra
Maestrang Pilipino 3 units
Tumutukoy ito sa mga malalim at mas mabisang pagbasa at pagsusuri ng mga Obra Maestrang Pilipino na itinuturo sa hayskul i.e. Ibong Adarna, Flarante at Laura, Noli Me Tangere, El Filibusterismo at iba pa tungo sa ganap na pagpapahalaga sa mga ito.
Maj 115 Introduksyon sa Pagsasalin 3 units
Sumasaklaw ito sa pag-aaral ng mga teorya, simulain at teknik sa pagsasalin ng mga tekstong literari at di literari.
Maj 116 Pagtuturo at Pagtataya
sa Panitikan 3 units
Tumutukoy ang kursong ito sa pag-aaral ng mga kontemporaryong dulog at metodo sa pagtuturo ng iba’t-ibang anyo ng panitikan upang makabuo ng mga angkop na pamaraan sa pagtataya sa mga kaalaman at kasanayang natamo
Maj 117 Pagpapahalagang Pampanitikan 3 units
Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa pagtugon bilang pagpapahalaga sa binasang akdang pampanitikan sa pamamagitan ng iba’t-ibang intelehensya tulad ng sabayang pagbigkas, madulang pagbasa, readers’/ chamber theater, pantomime, aplikasyon ng multi-media, pinta at iba pa.
Maj 118 Introduksyon sa Pananaliksik – Wika at
Panitikan 3 units
Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa mga batayang kaalaman sa lawak, uri at metodo ng pananaliksik sa wika at panitikan, na maglulundo sa paghahanda at paghaharap ng isang sulating pananaliksik (research report).
Maj 119 Panitikan ng mga Umuunlad na Bansa 3 units
Sumasaklaw ito sa pahambing na pag-aaral ng mga presentibong akda mula sa umuunlad na bansa na isinalin sa Filipino.
Maj 120 Introduksyon sa Pamamahayag 3 units
Sumasaklaw ito sa mga batayang kaalaman sa pamamahayag at paglilinang ng mga kasanavan sa pagsulat ng iba’t ibang uri at anyo ng sulating jornalistik, kasama na rito ang paghahanda at pamamahala ng pahayagang pampaaralan. (BEEd).
Maj 121 Dula at Nobelang Filipino 3 units
Sumasaklaw ito sa pag-aaral ng dula at nobela ng mga manunulat ng Pilipinas noong sinauna hanggang sa makabagong panahon.