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Faculty Members, CHSS

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Updated:June 2017

Listing by: DEPARTMENT; NAME of Faculty Member; Rank; Highest Educational Attainment


DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCE

ABREU Lualhati M.  
CABAZARES Janus Ruel T. BA                                          
FUENTES Anne Shangrila MS 
NABAYRA Emmanuel S.  
PALUGA Myfel Joseph D. MA
PAVO Raymundo R. PhD
RAGRAGIO Andrea Malaya M MS
SANTOS Albert J.  
MILLONDAGA Kenette Jean BA
CABAZARES Sheila T. MS

DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES

CAYAMANDA Karen Joyce  G.
MA
GLOVA Nelfa M. MS
DALILING Jhoanna Lynn  C.
MFA
DE VEYRA Antonino  S.
MA
LEE Maria Araceli  D.
MA
PEREZ Teody Boylie R. DFA
QUINTERO Genevieve J. PhD
QUINTOS Jay Jomar F.  
QUIZ Julius T. (on  leave)
SUMAYLO Dennis John  F.
MA
ESCANO Ma. Teresa R.
BFA
BENGAN John B. MFA

 DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE

CARTAJENAS Alexis Ken S.      
JUANGA Jean Marie  V.
     
MALAQUE  Isidoro III R.      
ORENDAIN Dan Jezreel A.      
MUNCADA Isaac T.      
PUSO Mark Ndsy L.      
REGALADO Angelo Felix N.      
SEBASTIAN Myrafe L.      
SONGCAYAUON Ryan C.      

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN KINETICS

PROTACIO Erwin E.      
SALAZAR Armando R.      
SALAZAR Maria Stella R.      
ABARCA Jezreel M.      
RAMOS Albert Francis T.      

 

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BS Architecture

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Reviewed: 03 Jan. 2013, RAE

PROGRAM PROFILE

The BS Architecture program trains students to be professional architects. With a high sense of social and cultural awareness that is the result of five years of study in construction and building technology, architectural history and critical theory, and urban and regional planning.

BS Architecture graduates now work as professional design architects, heritage planners/conservators, museum curators, architectural critics, architectural photographers, renderers, AutoCAD specialists, cartographers, building development scientists, corporate consultants, environmental planners, and real estate project managers.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

■ Architectural Critic
■ Architectural Photographer
■ Architectural Renderer
■ AutoCAD Operator
■ Building Envelope Scientist
■ Campus Planner
■ Cartographer (Map-maker)
■ Corporate Consultant
■ Design Architect
■ Environmental Planner
■ Heritage Convervator / Architect
■ Heritage Planner
■ Museum Curator
■ Project Manager
■ Real Estate Project Manager

COURSE PROSPECTUS

 

COURE SUBJECTS

Architectural Drafting
Monochromatic Drawing
Architectural Design I - X
Color Rendering
Perspectives, Shades and Shadows
History of Architecture I and II
Presentation Techniques I and II
Materials of Building Technology
Building Utilities
Building Construction I - III
Mechanics of Architectural Structures I and II
Building Laws
Plumbing and Sanitary Services
Research Methods in Architecture
Elementary Surveying
Mechanical and Electrical Systems
Site Planning and Landscape Structure
Structure Design I - III
Comprehensive Services of the Architect
Socio-Cultural and Institutional Aspects of Housing
Finance, Taxation, Civics and Land Reform for Architects

REVISED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

AH 1, Dimensions of Identity: Understanding Ourselves Through Reading and Writing
AH 2, Exploring Ideas Through Academic Writing
AH 3, Effective Speech Communication
AH 4, Adventures in Fiction, Poetry & Drama
AH 5, Art and Society
AH 6, Visual Communication and Society
AH 7, Significant Themes in Literature and Films
SSP 1, Philippine History
SSP 2, Asia & The World
SSP 3, Foundations of Behavioral Science
SSP 4, Social, Economic & Political Thought
SSP 5, Philosophical Analysis
SSP 6, Wika at Pagka-Pilipino
SSP 7, The Hitchiker’s Guide to Mindanao
MST 1, Foundation of Natural Sciences I
MST 2, Foundation of Natural Sciences II
MST 3, Mathematics for General Education
MST 4, Science, Technology and Society
MST 5, Biotechnology and Society
MST 6, Biodiversity Challenge

For more information, contact
asst. Prof. (Arch.) Myrafe Sebastian
Chairperson, Department of Architecture
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of the Philippines Mindanao
Tel. No.: (082) 293-0084 (Dean's Office, telefax)

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BA Communication Arts

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Reviewed: 06 April 2015

PROGRAM PROFILE

The BA Communication Arts program trains students to be effective and savvy communication and media specialists who are able to critically, creatively, and imaginatively use their skills in the incisive analysis of social and cultural realities.

BA Communication Arts graduates are employed as corporate communication executives, media production staff, public relations officers, business process outsourcing specialists, theater artists, video production staff, advertising executives, web designers, teachers, communications and market researchers, speech writers, and print and broadcast journalists.

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

■ Media Practitioner
■ Corporate Communication Executive
■ Academe
■ Researcher
■ Print Production Staff / Executive
■ Speech Writer/Analyst
■ Public Relations Officer
■ Call Center Executive
■ Theater Practitioner
■ Video and Photo Production Practitioner
■ Advertising Executive
■ Web Designer

 

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BA English

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Reviewed: 03 Jan. 2014, RAE

PROGRAM PROFILE

The BA English program trains students to become critical and creative thinkers who are skilled not just in the production of creative works but also in the practice of the English language in the global setting.

BA English graduates now work as lawyers, business process outsourcing specialists, medical transcribers, information officers, public relations writers, copywriters, teachers, scriptwriters, technical writers, journalists, marketing communication specialists, and author or editors of books and magazines.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

■ Marketing Communication Specialist
■ Medical Transcriber
■ Blurbologist
■ Editor / Copy Editor
■ Copywriter / Content Writer
■ Researcher
■ English Instructor
■ Freelance Writer
■ PR Writer
■ Information Officer
■ Novelist
■ Children’s Books Writer
■ Technical Writer
■ Scriptwriter
■ Lifestyle / Feature Writer
■ Customer Service Representative

 

COURSE PROSPECTUS

 

SUBJECTS

CORE SUBJECTS

FOREIGN LANGUAGE I, II, III, IV
Critical Approach to Literature I and II
Survey of English Literature I and II
Survey of American Literature I and II
Introduction to Shakespeare
Introduction to Creative Writing
Study of the English Language
The Literature of the Philipines in English I and II
Literary Translation
Philippine Regional Literature in English Translation

LEGISLATED COURSES
PI 100, Life and Works of Jose Rizal

REVISED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

AH 1, Dimensions of Identity: Understanding Ourselves Through Reading and Writing
AH 2, Exploring Ideas Through Academic Writing
AH 3, Effective Speech Communication
AH 4, Adventures in Fiction, Poetry & Drama
AH 5, Art and Society
AH 6, Visual Communication and Society
AH 7, Significant Themes in Literature and Films
SSP 1, Philippine History
SSP 2, Asia & The World
SSP 3, Foundations of Behavioral Science
SSP 4, Social, Economic & Political Thought
SSP 5, Philosophical Analysis
SSP 6, Wika at Pagka-Pilipino
SSP 7, The Hitchiker’s Guide to Mindanao
MST 1, Foundation of Natural Sciences I
MST 2, Foundation of Natural Sciences II
MST 3, Mathematics for General Education
MST 4, Science, Technology and Society
MST 5, Biotechnology and Society
MST 6, Biodiversity Challenge

For more information, contact

Prof. John B. Bengan
Chairman, Humanities Dept.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of the Philippines Mindanao
Tel. No.: (082) 293-0084 (Dean's Office, telefax)
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BA Anthropology

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Reviewed: 06 April 2015

PROGRAM PROFILE

Anthropology is a social science that explores society and humanity from a bio-cultural and cross-cultural approach. The program is designed to provide students with training, field experience and hands-on exposure to methods of anthropological research and visual documentation of different cultural life ways, both local and globally.

Career opportunities for BA  Anthropology graduates include research analyst, educator, development worker, advertising consultant, human resource officer, policy researcher, evaluator, social auditor, cultural broker, social advocate, and museum researcher, and other related fields.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

■ Educator
■ Research Analyst
■ Development Worker
■ Advertising consultant
■ Human Resource Officer
■ Policy Researcher
■ Evaluator
■ Impact Assessor
■ Cultural Broker
■ Social Advocate
■ Museum Reseachers

 

COURSE PROSPECTUS

 

Subjects

GENERAL

General Anthropology
Introduction to Archaelogy
Peoples and Cultures of Mindanao
Ecological Anthropology
Introduction to Economic Anthropology
Political and Legal Anthropology
Introduction to Folklore
Language and Culture
Culture Change & Applied Anthopology
Introduction to Social Anthropology
Sex and Culture
Theory in Anthropology I and II
Seminar in Ethnographic Writing
Visual Anthropology
Quantitative Methods in Social Research
Qualitative Methods in Social Research

LINGUISTIC COURSES
Introduction to Linguistics I and II

LEGISLATED COURSES
PI 100, Life and Works of Jose Rizal

REVISED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
AH 1, Dimensions of Identity: Understanding Ourselves Through Reading and Writing
AH 2, Exploring Ideas Through Academic Writing
AH 3, Effective Speech Communication
AH 4, Adventures in Fiction, Poetry & Drama
AH 5, Art and Society
AH 6, Visual Communication and Society
AH 7, Significant Themes in Literature and Films
SSP 1, Philippine History
SSP 2, Asia & The World
SSP 3, Foundations of Behavioral Science
SSP 4, Social, Economic & Political Thought
SSP 5, Philosophical Analysis
SSP 6, Wika at Pagka-Pilipino
SSP 7, The Hitchiker’s Guide to Mindanao
MST 1, Foundation of Natural Sciences I
MST 2, Foundation of Natural Sciences II
MST 3, Mathematics for General Education
MST 4, Science, Technology and Society
MST 5, Biotechnology and Society
MST 6, Biodiversity Challenge

 

For more information, contact
Prof. Raymundo R. Pavo
Chair, Department of Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of the Philippines Mindanao
Tel No.: (082) 293-0084 (Dean's Office, telefax)
Email:

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