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TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CAS)
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Teacher: Margarita Conclara

TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

Technical Communication is a field of subject  that can help the students transmit basic and relevant information as effectively and efficiently as possible.  Part of transmitting information effectively is recognizing that students have varied options for how they can communicate with their target audiences or readers.  Important written communication forms such as reports, emails, proposals, and instructions are also included in Technical Communication, but students need to use visual and oral symbols, such as presentations, videos, infographics, or diagrams.  Web and social media offer even better opportunities to communicate om a wide variety of formats.  All effective communicators should know how to strategically blend these modes in accordance to their audience or desired response.  

Ultimately, the goal of this module is to help the students develop the tools and critical thinking sills they need to be an effective communicator in preparation for their professional life. 



GE07-Science, Technology and Society
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CAS)
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Teacher: Arcely Hariramani

GE07-Science, Technology and Society

This course deals with the interaction between science and technology (S&T)  and the social, cultural, political, and economic contexts that shape and are shaped  by it. 

This interdisciplinary course allows students to face the reality of what science  and technology (S&T) bring to society. This reality pervades the personal, public, and  global aspects of our lives and is an integral part of human development. The  development of scientific knowledge and technology takes place in a social context  in which all socio-political, cultural, economic, and philosophical foundations are at  play. This course aims to instill reflective knowledge in students so that they can lead a  good life and make ethical decisions in the face of technological advancement. 

This course includes mandatory topics on the environment and climate  change, nanotechnology and engineering, health and medicines, digital technology,  and biotechnology.



PURPOSIVE COMMUNICATION
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CAS)
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Teacher: Samantha AriasTeacher: Margarita Conclara

PURPOSIVE COMMUNICATION

Purposive Communication is about writing, speaking, and presenting to different audiences for various purposes. (CMO 20 s 2013). Purposive Communication is a three-unit course that develops student’s communicative competence and enhances their cultural and intercultural awareness through multimodal tasks that provide them opportunities for communicating effectively and appropriately to a multicultural audience in a local and global context. It equips students with tools for critical evaluation of a variety of texts and focuses on the power of language and the impact of images not emphasize the importance of conveying messages effectively. The knowledge, skills, and insights that the students gain from this course may be used in their other academic endeavours, their chosen disciplines, and their future careers as they compose and produce relevant oral, written, audio-visual or web-based output for various purposes.

Science, Technology and Society (STS)_01
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CAS)
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Teacher: Ruby T. Cruz

Science, Technology and Society (STS)_01

STS teaching seeks to promote cross-disciplinary integration, civic engagement, and critical thinking. Undergraduate STS courses are especially popular with engineering and pre-professional students, including premeds. They help to illuminate issues of professional responsibility and ethics.

Teacher: Jeremias Buraga

Ethics

This course introduces how ethics deals with principles of ethical behavior in modern society and through interaction with the environment and others shared resources.

Teacher: Mercy Alejandrino

PHILIPPINE LITERATURE GEN ED

 

  Literature 1 also known as  Philippine Literature is an elevated instruction, highlighting regional literatures in the Philippines. It is stipulated in Republic Act No. 7722, otherwise known as Higher Education act of 1994, CHED Memorandum Order No. 59, series of 1996.


Purposive Communication
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CAS)
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teacher: Presentacion Magtibay

Purposive Communication


Purposive Communication is a three-unit course that develop students' communication competence and enhances their cultural and intercultural awareness through multi modal tasks that provide them opportunities for communicating effectively and appropriately to a multicultural audience in a local or global context. It equips students with tools for critical evaluation of a variety of texts and focuses on the power of language and the impact of images to emphasize the importance of conveying messages responsibly.

The knowledge, skills and insights that students gain from this course may be used in their other academic endeavors, their chosen disciplines, and their future careers as they compose and produce relevant oral, written, and audio-visual and/or web-based output for various purposes.


JOSE RIZAL
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CAS)
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PHILIPPINE LITERATURE
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (CAS)
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Teacher: Inocencio De Jesus Jr

PHILIPPINE LITERATURE

This course treats mainly on the development of Philippine Literature from the Early Period to the Modern Period. The course attempts to bring together within the covers of single instructional material the best that has been said and taught in Philippine Literature. It also provides varied and meaningful learning experiences that make the teaching and learning experiences more relevant, more meaningful and value oriented. Selected literary pieces written by great Filipino writers are studied in this subject.