Undergraduate Programs
School of Accountancy and Business Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
  • Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with areas of specialization in Business Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with areas of specialization in Financial Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with areas of specialization in Human Resource Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with areas of specialization in Marketing Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
  • Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
 
School of Computing and Information and Sciences
  • Bachelor of Library and Information Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
 
School of Engineering and Architecture

The OBE Framework of the School of Engineering and Architecture of Saint Louis University is essentially an interaction of four significantly interrelated sectors namely:  Program Constituents, OBE Committees, Constructive Alignment, and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI).

Program Constituents composed of the student sector, alumni, faculty, and industry represented by the industry advisory board (IAB) work hand in hand with OBE committees at all levels of Saint Louis University to ensure that constructive alignment is achieved and that continuous quality improvement activities are properly implemented.

The OBE Committees are institutional committees installed at the university level (UOBEC), school level (SOBEC), and the program level through the department head and OBE faculty coordinator/s.  These committees are the primary personnel tasked to implement and monitor all OBE activities from top management down to program level and vice-versa.

Constructive alignment is a principle that ensures coherence of the SLU Mission-Vision with that of the School of Engineering and Architecture.  The SEA Mission-Vision is aligned with its program educational objectives which are then further aligned with program outcomes that ultimately dictate course learning outcomes, topic learning outcomes, and teaching-learning systems at the program level.

Continuous quality improvement is based on the plan-do-check-act cycle implemented at the program level, school level, and university level.  This process embodies the need for continuous planning, assessment, evaluation, and implementation of coherent corrective actions geared towards over-all improvement of the OBE system at all levels of the university.


School of Engineering and Architecture Vision-Mission and Specific Objectives

The School of Engineering and Architecture (SEA) envisions herself as an exemplary educational institution for engineering and architecture dedicated to elevating instruction, research, and extension to a higher level of competence and creativity committed to shaping the socio-technical environment founded on Christian values.  Guided by this vision-mission, the School of Engineering and Architecture shall endeavor to:

1. Provide its students a collaborative learner-centered environment founded on Christian values and designed to develop a holistic range of competencies to maximize their contribution to the society;

2. Implement curricular programs that are responsive to the needs and requirements of relevant stakeholders;

3. Foster creativity by providing a structure designed to perpetuate a culture of research and innovation in response to the needs of the community;

4. Elevate faculty and staff competencies through globally benchmarked development programs geared towards improved services to its students;

5. Provide facilities, equipment, materials, and structures beyond minimum requirements to meet the highest standards of student development; and

 

6. Practice a system of continuous improvement to ensure growth and relevance in a changing environment.

 



 
School of Humanities
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (BA COM)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies (BA LS)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (BA PIS)
  • Bachelor of Arts in English (BA ENGL)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (BA POLIT SC)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious and Values Studies (BARVS)  (New Course)
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BS PSYCH)
  • Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BS S WK)
 
School of Natural Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
  • Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
 
School of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
 
School of Teacher Education and Liberal Arts
  • Bachelor of Early Childhood Education
  • Bachelor of Special Needs Education
  • Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education
  • Bachelor of Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education with areas of specialization in English
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education with areas of specialization in Filipino
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education with areas of specialization in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education with areas of specialization in Sciences
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education with areas of specialization in Social Studies
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education with areas of specialization in Religious and Values Education
  • Certificate in Teaching
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication
  • Bachelor of Arts in English
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Social Work