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DLSU has 7 Undergraduate Colleges and Schools

Br. Andrew Gonzalez College of Education (BAGCED)

The Br. Andrew Gonzalez College of Education (BAGCED) envisions itself as a center of excellence in the development of educational leaders, researchers, counselors and professionals in the Asia-Pacific region. This will be achieved by providing excellent Lasallian education that is holistic, interdisciplinary, innovative and culture-sensitive.

College of Computer Studies (CCS)

The College of Computer Studies (CCS) is an educational institution committed to its three-pronged vision of continually sharing knowledge and expertise through teaching, engaging in Computer Science research and Information Technology product development, and rendering service to communities in need.

College of Liberal Arts (CLA)

The College of Liberal Arts provides the student with a liberal education background in the humanities and social sciences. It also develops the student’s competence in any of the specific academic fields of study he or she chooses to pursue. The sense of national identity and Christian orientation which the College instills is the essence of a Lasallian education. A Lasallian liberal arts education distinctly places priority on the integrative development and cultivation of the human potential.

College of Science (COS)

The thrust of the College of Science is to develop an academic community of whole persons who are intellectually, socially, spiritually responsive to the needs of nation and of the Filipinos, using the instrument of science.  These values are manifested in the different science disciplines through its various programs and services.  The role of Science and Technology, is emphasized in the curricular offerings with research and development as a necessary input.

Gokongwei College of Engineering (GCOE)

The Gokongwei College of Engineering is known for its relevant and progressive curriculum; a faculty roster of top caliber academics and industry practitioners; and modern laboratories and state-of-the-art equipment in the formation of highly competent, morally-grounded, and service-oriented engineering professionals.

Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business (RVRCOB)

The aim of RVRCOB is to produce Lasallian professionals who are technically competent, humanistic, socially responsible and sustainability- oriented business managers, and leaders as befits products of a Lasallian and Catholic institution. This is perfect for students who aspire to become sought-after, well rounded professional, business managers and, effective entrepreneurs.

School of Economics (SOE)

SOE has stood for innovative and committed teaching, rigorous research, and steadfast engagement with the public and private sector. It pioneered many practices now considered standard within the profession: the emphasis on mathematical and econometric training for undergraduates, early exposure to evidence-based research and the publication of new knowledge, the development of a scientific discourse in Filipino, problem-based learning, and investment in new economic methodologies.

There are 180 undergraduate degree programs offered in DLSU

Click here to view courses offered by the different colleges.

*All course are from the DLSU Website

Click here to view courses offered by all the different schools.

The DLSUCET consists of a number of subtests

There are Mathematics (Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Statistics, and Basic Calculus), Science, English (Language Proficiency, Reading Comprehension), and Abstract Reasoning.

Admission Requirements

For Freshmen Applicants

  1. Online application form
  2. On-line Test Permit

More info:

http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/admissions/undergraduate/freshman-application-ay1718.asp

For more information on the school or the application process, please visit:

http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/admissions/default.asp

All information on this page is from the official DLSU Freshman Application Form and the official DLSU Website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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