Reinventing the concept of training competent and socially responsible providers, the College of Human Development has consolidated in its college the disciplines of education, psychology and social work. Unruffled by the tight competition in the market, the College maintains a posture of diligence in its vision to make a difference with its graduates. These are the people who have the passion for service where others shy away.
The College was created in line with the restructuring of the previous College of Education whose vision is to develop well-integrated, dynamic, competitive and fully functional individuals responsive to the needs of society as agents of change. Such vision led to the merging of the Development of Psychology and Department of Social Work (former Departments from the College of Arts and Sciences) with the College of Education to form the new College of Human Development. The merging of the three areas of discipline (Psychology, Social Work and Teacher Education) was not just philosophical but also behavioral. The College is committed to produce globally empowered quality graduates who are proactive and catalysts of social transformation. Its mission is to foster development of well-integrated, dynamic, competitive, and fully-functional individuals responsive to the needs of society as agents of change.
Department of Psychology
Aims to create appropriate avenues that will facilitate practice in Psychology and form linkages towards professional growth and development and to proactively respond to the needs of the community, addressing socio-civic issues and concerns.
Department of Social Work
Seeks to develop, train and equip students with academic preparedness, competence and excellence in assuming various social work roles and position demands by government and private institutions here and abroad. It also aspires to establish, organize and intensify network and collaborative linkages with local and international social welfare including alumni support for training, research, community extension and information exchange.
Department of Teacher Education
Seeks to produce the best teacher specialists in different areas os specialization responsive to the demands of prevailing social, industrial, cultural and economic needs of the country and plan and implement educational scenarios for the future. It offers program specialization in English, Filipino, Social Studies, Mathematics, Physical Science, Biological Science and Certificate for Professional Education.
The College of Human Development is committed to sustain a legendary academic excellence by producing globally empowered quality graduates who are proactive and catalysts of social transformation.
Foster development of well-integrated, dynamics, competitive, and fully-functional individuals responsive to the needs of society as agents of change.
To develop, train and equip students with academic preparedness, competitiveness and excellence in assuming roles and positions in a global society To enhance a scholarly, relevant researches and materials for holistic development of the stakeholders To establish, organize and intensify networks and collaborative linkages with local and international agencies.