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Bachelor of Special Needs Education

The BSNED program prepares teachers who will instruct and manage students with additional needs in inclusive and segregated educational settings. Its graduates will be equipped to teach the basic education curriculum and alternate curricula depending on the needs of the students.

Those who will teach in the elementary level will be trained across different subject areas. Those who will teach in the secondary level will provide educational support to students with additional needs in inclusive classrooms or provide educational services to students who may be enrolled in special education centers.

Vision

We envision our graduates to be God-fearing educationrs committed to serve others.

Mission

Equip students with appropriate knowledge, attitude, skills and habits to become assets to the community.

Objectives

  • Develop the students' skills and knowledge to become competent teachers.
  • Inculcate ethical values desired in the teaching profession.
  • Build up responsible individuals willing to contribute toward community development.

Faculty and Staff

Dean

Eugenia C. Sumawang

  • Dean
  • Teacher Education Department
Faculty

Kenneth B. Alakyang

  • Faculty
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Christine Joy M. Cuison

  • Faculty
Faculty

Manilyn B. Dalocdoc

  • Faculty
Faculty

Noemi D. Domingo

  • Secretary
Faculty

Beverly B. Dulay

  • Faculty
Faculty

Kathy P. Dulay

  • Student Affairs Officer / Faculty
Faculty

Crisanto A. Fernandez

  • Faculty
Faculty

Grace N. Malapit

  • Faculty
Faculty

Clairia G. Moncogong

  • Faculty
Faculty

April Rose D. Navalta

  • Guidance Officer / Faculty
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Jeanine B. Silverio

  • Faculty
Faculty

Loreen-Ann C. Tanggana

  • Faculty