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Preparing students to become professionally competent & compassionate physicians.

The School of Medicine of Emilio Aguinaldo College, a Commission of Higher Education accredited institution, was established on 23 July 2001. Its vision is to be an outstanding institution for medical education and health research. It provides an educational and scientific environment that prepares the student to become professionally competent, socially-relevant and compassionate physicians. The school is positively committed to reforms on medical education worldwide in regard the issue of the social accountability of medical schools. As the “Benjamin” among the health science schools of the Emilio Aguinaldo College, which include Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nursing-Midwifery, Occupational-Physical Rehabilitation, Nutrition-Dietetics, Medical Technology, Radiology Technology and Respiratory Therapy, the medical School goes through the process of growth and development to achieve its own identity, conscious of the need for close collaboration with its sister health units in order that EAC becomes a true Health Science Center and thus, contribute to the needs of the Philippines and other countries for health care professionals in a comprehensive way.

The medical school is proud of its excellent and experienced faculty, traditional but synchronized curriculum with early clinical integration, interactive learning process, superior teaching facilities with computerized images and lectures, and a teaching-training hospital – the Medical Center Manila and its satellite clinics.

For scholastically and academically qualified students who have financial difficulties, the School offers scholarships, socialized tuition fees and study-pay later plans.


Pursuant to the articulated mission and vision of the Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine, the College will formulate, implement and evaluate the following:

  1. A relevant curriculum, which is community health-oriented as a contribution to the country’s effort to provide adequate health care services to the majority of the people;
  2. Programs and training activities that promote:
       1. academic excellence, scientific and scholarly attitudes
       2. moral values and medical ethics, Christian, social consciousness
       3. love of country and respect for Filipino values and tradition
       4. respect for patient’s rights and dignity
       5. dedication to a life of learning
  3. A faculty and support personnel development program that is thoughtful, purposeful and cost effective in its recruitment, training and management policies, and
  4. A resource-seeking program for upgrading and expanding the institution’s teaching and learning as well as research facilities, e.g., laboratories, library, etc.

Entrance Requirements for M.D.

  1. B.S./AB degree
  2. NMAT (National Medical Admission Test)
    1. Minimum Subject Requirements:
    2. Social Sciences - 9 units
    • Zoology - 10 units (General & Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy)
    • Botany - 5 units
    • Chemistry - 10 units (General & Organic)
    • Physics - 5 units
    • Mathematics - 9 units (Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics)
    1. Birth Certificate
    2. Transcript of Records
    3. Diploma/Certificate of Graduation
    4. Recommendation letter from two (2) professor

    Entrance Requirements for MBBS

    1. 10 + 2 graduate
    2. 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
    3. Medical Admission Test (MAT)
    4. Interview
    5. Eligibility Certificate from Medical Council

    For more information visit or call:

    EAC 7
    1113-1117 San Marcelino St., cor. Gonzales St.,
    1000 Ermita, Manila, Philippines

    College of Medicine Admission Office
    EAC 7, 9th Floor
    Tel. No. (632) 521-2710 local 5521

    EAC General Admission Office
    EAC 7, 2nd Floor
    Tel. No. (632) 521-2710 local 5321/5371
    Tel. No. (632) 523-8131 local 5008


    Promoting orofacial health and well-being to provide quality healthcare.

    The College of Dentistry promotes the acquisition, advancement, transmission and application of scientific knowledge and skills for the prevention, diagnosis and management of orofacial diseases and disorders, and the restoration and rehabilitation of their effects. The College, with a commitment to multicultural diversity, conducts the mutually supportive activities of education, research, patient care and community and professional services. Preparing them to be biomedically oriented, these activities promote human orofacial health and well-being. The College provides the undergraduate students with analytical, technical and ethical skills necessary to provide quality healthcare. The College programs encourage students to be socially sensitive and responsive to the changes and needs of the society.

    It was in August 17, 1992 when the College of Dentistry was founded. Two years later, the government gave its Recognition to the Two-year PRE-DENTISTRY course. Dentistry Proper was given the permit to operate on August 12, 1994. Four years later, on the 24th of August 1998, Government Recognition was granted to EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY.

    At present, The Dentistry Library is located within the EAC-Main Library. In the future, the college aims to have its own separate Dental library. Faculty are continuously encouraged to finish Masteral degrees in addition to active participation in various Faculty Development Programs. There is a definite delineation of supervisory assignment among the clinical instructors or specialized clinical supervisors in all departments. A clinical instructor usually guides student clinicians in all the departments.

    Seminars and Table Clinics are being held for the benefit of the students and faculty as well. Currently, the college is the Implant Center of the Philippine Academy of Implant Dentistry.

    As part of the Community Dentistry Curriculum, the students are deployed to Satellite Clinics of EAC. Civic Actions (CIVAC) is part of the yearlong activities of the college.

    The pride of the college is its infirmary that houses and displays modern equipments. It continues to encourage more students to reach their vision by providing scholarships for them, giving priority to deserving bright students. A graduate of this school need not be anxious of his/her tomorrow because the school provides a wide venue of placement possibilities. The workforce believes that inculcating an active attitude and coordination on the students can accumulate balance in learning.

    The honing of students does not only come from books alone; it is also attributed from a faculty line-up of Board topnotchers. The EAC College of Dentistry, apart from its State of the Arts facilities, has always been proud of its Excellent line-up of young and dynamic Faculty.

    The first batch of graduates took the Dental Board Examination on December 1999 where it recorded a hundred percent passing with flying colors, two of the graduates landed in the Top Ten - Dr. Macario Fadrigalan lV, 5th place, and Dr. Erlinda Regina Relunia, 7th place.

    In the Dental Board Examination of 2001 and 2002, EAC continued its feat of achieving an impressive performance of 100% passing and ranking 1st, together with the best dental schools in the country - a remarkable achievement fora college so young and daring to soar higher grounds in Philippine dental education.

    Philosophy, Goals & Objectives

    The Administration and Faculty strive to provide students with a solid Christian foundation. To aim for academic excellence, the College seeks to facilitate a formation of life with integrity and humanistic culture. The goal exists, draws life from within and in turn enriches a civic community. The College promotes a holistic education program focused on five (5) major facets of human development:

    1. Moral – to foster attitudes of justice, honesty, integrity and respect for life.
    2. Intellectual – to encourage students achieve optimum level of attainment in all areas of the curriculum.
    3. Social and Psychological – to help students develop a sense of self- worth and so to raise awareness and concern for the needs of the less privileged.
    4. Physical – to promote respect for life and health through emphasis on infection control program.
    5. Technical & Clinical – to provide the students with a Clinic opportunity to relate theoretical knowledge to practical training to make them better prepared for life and their future integration in to the working environment. With this we develop in the students awareness about realities of life and the necessity of a continuing education, to prepare the   students to cope with and meet the challenges of global developments.

    Educating world-class professionals of the future.

    The College's main objective is to produce graduates capable of demonstrating the highest level of competence in their chosen fields and behaving in the highest professional conduct in their respective practice.

    Specifically, the College of Physical and Occupational Therapy aims to:

    1. develop the level of basic knowledge, skills and attitude required in the field of physical/occupational therapy;
    2. provide the appropriate educational preparation needed by the students to optimize their learning experience;
    3. assess the efficiency of its educational program by continuously evaluating both the academic and clinical performance of its students;
    4. intends to achieve and maintain a high passing rate in the national licensure exam in accordance with the standards set by the professional organizations.

    Emilio Aguinaldo College is the third school in the NCR region and the fifth school in the Philippines to offer a baccalaureate degree in Physical Therapy.

    The School of Physical Therapy obtained government permit to open during the academic year of 1978-1979 with Dr. Isagani Darvin as the first Dean of the College and the following Philosophy and Objectives (from the EAC Student Manual - General Emilio Aguinaldo College):

    1. To provide a formal undergraduate academic instruction, training center and continuing education in PT;
    2. To contribute to the knowledge of PT and promote the dissemination of such knowledge, thereby, upgrading the practice of PT through study, observation and research;
    3. To enhance the capability of its studentry and faculty to participate in the care, improving and restoring the health and rehabilitation of physically disabled to a more satisfying and fulfilling life, and thus contribute in nation building manpower of the country;
    4. To provide a venue of its teaching program which focuses on value orientation towards civic and community improvement;
    5. To provide the educational background in PT of the students of the GEA College of Medicine, College of Nursing and Midwifery, and eventually assume the responsibility for patient care on the Physical and Rehabilitation Services in the Medical Center Manila group of teaching hospital.

    The college admits students on a competitive basis considering factors like the student's academic record, rank in the qualifying examinations, and performance in the interview. Its students have proved themselves by winning in both academic and non-academic contests within the school and even in inter-PT school competitions. This has paved the way in producing topnotchers in the Licensure Exam since the 1980's. From 1994-1998, the college ranked first in the Licensure exam among schools with 1000 and more examinees. It has also produced competent professionals recognized in the Philippines and worldwide.

    Almost two decades after the establishment of Physical Therapy in Emilio Aguinaldo College, the Occupational Therapy Program was created. The conception was based on the fact that many students from the College of Arts and Sciences wanted to pursue a career in Allied Health. Occupational Therapy, by definition, is an art and science of facilitating purposeful activities, professionally guided, to aid individuals with mental/physical illness attain their maximum potential to work, play, and do their daily activities inspite of their impairment, disability or handicap. The wide range of programs involving OT studies show that the profession is one of the fastest growing fields in the United States and in the Philippines as well.

    EAC College of Occupational Therapy produced its first graduates in 1996. In less than two years of its birth, Emilian Occupational Therapists already started to surmount and occupy top slots in the Occupational Therapy Licensure Examinations.

    B. Sc. Physical Therapy Supplemental Program

    The Emilio Aguinaldo College @ Bishop Heber College Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy Supplemental Program addresses the General Education deficiencies of Physical Therapists who obtained their Bachelor or Master Degrees in Physiotherapy and who have signed up and offered a job in USA through Healthcare Management International, Inc. (HCMII).

    The Supplemental Program consists of Day Time and Night Time 3-term Curricula in General Education. A term consists of 2 months including the examination period. The number of hours assigned for a three-unit subject is seventy-two (72) lecture hours while the number of hours assigned for a five-unit subject covers seventy-two (72) lecture hours and ninety-six (96) laboratory hours.

    The Supplemental Program was started in April 2006 has produced more than 50 graduates. Batch 5 classes started last April 16, 2007 at the Bishop Heber College, Tamil Nadu, India.


    Dedicated to providing excellent healthcare through hands-on learning experience.

    Emilio Aguinaldo College has its beginnings with the Marian School of Midwifery (1957), which was turned over to the University Physicians’ Services, Inc. in 1973. With the original Midwifery course was also offered Medical Secretarial course.

    The College of Nursing and Midwifery was established to meet the ever changing and challenging demands for health care at the individual, family and community levels. A proactive college, it strives to be on top of trends and issues in order to produce domestically relevant but globally competitive nurses and midwives.

    In 1976, Marian College applied for and obtained the permit to operate the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program thus establishing a College of Nursing. This was followed in 1977 with an authority to operate the B.S.N. Supplemental Course. The new curriculum of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program was granted permit to operate.

    In October 1979, the first batch of B.S.N. under the new Program successfully graduated.


    Upon completion of their respective curricula, the nurse and the midwife will be able to:

    1. Demonstrate the basic clinical competencies in the care of their clients that are scientifically, legally and ethically grounded.
    2. Demonstrate initiative, independence, and self-confidence as a health care practitioner.
    3. Collaborate and cooperate with the other members of the health care team who are involved in the care of specific clients.
    4. Take full personal responsibility for their professional growth by continually acquiring new knowledge and keeping abreast of issues, trends and innovations that are relevant to their practice.
    5. Willingly participate in the conduct of research and utilization of acceptable and applicable research findings.

    Educating world-class professionals of the future.

    Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology is a branch of laboratory medicine which deals with the examinations of various specimens e.i blood, body fluids and discharges, by means of physical, chemical, microscopic, and other medical laboratory procedures or technique which will aid the physician in the diagnosis, study and treatment of disease and in the promotion of health in general.

    This program is a 4-year course composed of 2-years leading to Associate in Health Education (AHSE), one year of major subjects and one year of internship to different private and public hospitals accredited by the Department of Health.

    Career Opportunities for Medical Technologist

    1. Instructor in Professional Subjects Medical Technology Course
    2. Researcher
    3. Pharmaceutical representative
    4. Chief Medical Technologist in Hospital; Clinics
    5. Quality control officer in drug companies;
    6. Pulmonary/Respiratory Technician
    7. Hospital Technician
    8. Sales Medical/Hospital Equipment Representative

    Professional Affiliations of the College

    • Philippine Association Medical Technologists, Inc.
    • Philippine Society for Microbiology
    • Philippine Association of Schools of Medical Technology and Public Health
    • Philippine Society of Medical Technology Students

    Educating world-class professionals of the future.

    The programs of the EAC College of Pharmacy aim to provide students with adequate and thorough grounding in pharmaceutical concepts and training in instrumentation and pharmaceutical laboratory methodology. Encourage students to contribute towards the development of our country through scholarly researches, and update students on recent trends in the field of pharmacy.

    The grounding in the values of Virtue, Excellence and Service of this academic program of the College, is geared toward providing the country with pharmacists who are highly skilled and competent. More importantly, they shall also be morally capable of contributing to the quality of life of the nation by their dedicated practice of their profession in whichever sector thereof they later find themselves.

    General Information on Courses Offered

    After the 2 years of General Education program where the beginning basic science courses, English, social sciences and humanities are taken, the succeeding 2-year pharmacy curriculum concludes the B.S. Pharmacy degree program. In this component, a systematic and graduated sequence of courses is undertaken in the analytical pharmaceutical sciences, the art of pharmacy, biological sciences, medical sciences, jurisprudence and ethics, and internship stints in community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy, and manufacturing pharmacy.

    Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

    This program is designed to provide the country with Pharmacists who are scientifically trained and professionally competent to deliver the full spectrum pharmaceutically services required in modern health care.

    Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (Major in Industrial Pharmacy)

    This programs aims to provide students with an extensive training in modern pharmaceutical techniques employed in a pharmacy manufacturing laboratory.

    Specialization in Pharmacy

    This one year diploma course for graduates of BS Pharmacy aims to provide students with intensive training on their chosen field of specialization through a hands-on program in drug manufacturing, hospital pharmacy administration, and community pharmacy management.


    Providing students with access to the latest imaging technologies.

    Radiologic Technology is one of the pioneering courses offered by Marian College now Emilio Aguinaldo College. The College of Radiologic Technology have consistently performed with excellence having been its graduates always on the list of top best examinees and cited as 3rd best school in this discipline.

    Uniqueness of the college is having its students exposed at an early stage as first year to have actual experience on the radiographic techniques and allowed to view various imaging modalities as provided in its mother hospital Medical Center Manila to stimulate and sustain the interest of the students. The college, aside from its laboratory equipment was also provided with radiograph unit/clinic located within.

    the school campus for community patients in - need of diagnostic services where our students integrate immediately and gradually confirms learned skills and knowledge.

    Practicum / Clinical practice or Internship in the 4th year level is a curricular requirement being done not only in its mother hospital but also in various accredited affiliates like Philippine General Hospital, Jose Reyes Hospital, and Makati Medical Center to name a few.

    Faculty members were academically qualified and licensed professionally well experienced in the field of radiography.

    Educational Philosophy and Objectives

    The College provides courses in Associate in Radiologic Technology and Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology for occupational roles which aim to:

    1. Contribute to the growth of learning and skills in Radiography.
    2. Integrate different avenues of knowledge in various Radiologic modalities in a viable learning experience for continuous advancement of Radiologic Technology Education.
    3. Train student as well in creative, critical thinking and mastery in expressing the art of Radiologic Technology.
    4. Develop awareness of the manifold innovative changes, issues and concerns encountered in the practice of Radiologic Technology profession.

    Educating world-class professionals of the future.

    In an era of sophisticated technologies where new drugs are successfully used to treat incurable diseases and new surgical techniques enable a patient to have a normal active life, Respiratory Therapists are taking an active role in many of the great medical advances expected in the y2k’s. A major contribution to the field of medicine is being made by the allied health specialties, new frontiers in the healing arts. Respiratory Therapy is one of these frontiers.

    To choose a career in Respiratory Therapy is the choice of adventure, discovery, and unlimited vistas. If you would like to serve humanity as a vital part of the new medicine, Respiratory Therapy could hold the key to the future for you.

    It was only in 1990 when the Bachelor'’s Degree of Respiratory Therapy was first offered as a course in Emilio Aguinaldo College. The college offers comprehensive lectures, computer-aided instructions, clinical simulations and practice of respiratory care in classrooms as well as clinical exposures in hospitals like Medical Center Manila and other affiliated hospitals.

    EAC-RT graduates can be found in Respiratory/Pulmonary units of different tertiary hospitals in Metro Manila and around the country proving the quality of education the college had given them.

    Respiratory Therapy is not far behind in comparison with Nursing which is in demand these days. There are a lot of graduates in Saudi Arabia as well as in North America who are working as Respiratory Therapists and EAC graduates are among them. This only means there is a demand of graduates of Respiratory Therapy not only in the country but even more in the US and other countries.


    Educating world-class professionals of the future.

    Through the years, the College of Business Administration has stood true to its mission:

    1. Consistent in Excellence
    2. Confident in Achievement
    3. Committed in Career Development

    The forerunner of the College of Business Administration was the College of Secretarial Administration, popularly known as Med Sec, one of the pioneer course offerings of the school. It offered Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration with Dr. Gregorio Delgado as its first dean. In June 13, 1979, it was established as the College of Secretarial and Business Administration.

    In January 1980 as a response to the determined efforts of the College to ensure that its graduates will adequately meet the manpower demands of the various business sectors in a developing nation, the College of Secretarial and Business Administration was born. It started with the institutional Philosophy of the College, which is “ Build your tomorrow by what you can do today”.

    Some of the heads of the college were: Mr. Dwight Carlito (1985); Ms. Lydia A. de Ungria (1986); Ms. Rizalina Lopez (1987). In 1988 the late Mrs. Julie Arreza, MPA, was hired as Dean and was tasked to prepare the curriculum for the five majors being offered by the college. In June of the same year, the Commission on Higher Education approved the curriculum leading to a Bachelor’s degree in Accountancy, Management, Finance, Economics and Marketing. The College became a member of prestigious business groups like the Philippine Association of Collegiate Schools of Business (1989) and the Bishop Businessmen’s Conference for Human Development that serves as a training ground for students.

    The succeeding school years witnessed the growth of the college not only in courses offered, but in the number of students as well. In 1994, the college produced its first batch of Certified Public Accountants (CPA's). And in 1997, the college reached a passing percentage of 42.85% in the Customs Broker’s Licensure Examination with one of its graduates, Laurel Dominic Pedrialva, placing fourth over-all in the national level.

    Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

    The preparation for a career in Accountancy consists largely of a formal education that teaches the students the basic principles of business management, economics, accounting and finance thereby providing a good foundation for career knowledge. The four-year course will prepare them to become, not only Certified Accountant but also Managers, Auditors, and Management Consultants embodied with the ideals of continuing education, social concern, and proper values in the practice of their profession. Hence, these students shall harbor and nurture the ambition of having for themselves a successful career in Accountancy.

    Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration

    The College of Customs Administration commits itself in providing excellent and competitive customs administrators and brokers versed in the matters of domestic and international trades through relevant and globally competitive education. The College will prepare students to meet the requirements of professional customs brokers in the Philippines. It aims to develop students to become customs brokers who are competent and knowledgeable in the import and export operations.

    Graduates of a Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration should be able to:

    1. Give advice or act as a consultant in matters relating to tariff and customs laws, rules and regulations, and other laws, rules and regulations affecting or in connection with the activities of importation and exportation of articles;
    2. Prepare customs requisite documents for import and export;
    3. Prepare a declaration of customs duties, taxes and other charges;
    4. Prepare and process import and export entries and documents required under the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines (TCCP) for filing with the Bureau of Customs and other government agencies;
    5. Represent importers and exporters before any government agency or private entity in cases relating to valuation, examination and classification of import and export articles;
    6. Render professional services in matters relating to tariff and customs laws, its procedures and practices; and
    7. Teach and conduct researches pertaining to the tariff and customs laws.

    After completion of the program and passing the licensure examination, the graduates can pursue a career in customs brokerage and related professions.

    Specific opportunities are the following:

    Entry-level jobs:

    1. Declarant
    2. Bureau of Customs Employees
    3. Air/Sea Cargo Handling Documentation Clerk
    4. Staff of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
    5. College Instructor

    Advanced Office Positions:

    1. Owner/Incorporator of Forwarding Company or Customs Brokerage Firm
    2. Dean/ Department Head of Colleges and


    Educating world-class professionals of the future.

    The objective of the College of Criminology is to provide the community with graduates who are professionally competent and morally responsible individuals who can deliver efficient and effective services in the various areas of criminology.

    Specific Objectives

    1. Provide opportunities for the students to acquire the needed skills and knowledge in the practice of criminology and its allied fields.
    2. Prepare the students for a career in crime prevention; law enforcement; criminal justice administration; juvenile justice administration; crime detection and investigation; application of forensic sciences to law enforcement and crime detection; psychology of crime and prevention; probation, parole and correctional administration.
    3. Provide the students with adequate training on the constitutional guarantees and due process requirements insofar as it affect the total administration of justice.
    4. Poster a higher concept of citizenry, leadership and understanding of one’s moral and legal responsibilities to their fellowmen, community and country.
    5. Inspire and instill in the students the value of service to humanity.

    The College of Criminology of Emilio Aguinaldo College has been consistent in its drive for academic competitiveness manifested by the impressive performance of its graduates in the Criminologists Licensure Examination through the years.

    Name / Place in the Exam / Year

    • JONATHAN V. JUSAIN (3rd 2005)
    • ARTURO V. INFANTE (1st 2005)
    • MANOLITO D. PARAZO (8th 2004)
    • JAMILLA GAY L. ASALAN (1st 2004)
    • DIOGENES C. GAOAEN (3rd 2003)
    • MYRA ESTANDARTE (9th 1998)
    • ELIEZER P. SALCEDO (3rd 1996)
    • OLIVER D. BAISA (1st 1996)
    • RODERICK I. GONZALES (10th 1995)
    • FELIPE R. COSTUNA, Jr. (4th 1995)

    The school has also been consistent in garnering awards from the Professional Regulation Commission for being a top performer among the Criminology schools in the Country. The following are some of its awards:

    Date of Exam / Place in the Exam

    • October 2005 (1st Place)
    • August 2004 (2nd Place)
    • March 2004 (1st Place)
    • August 2003 (4th Place)
    • March 2003 (2nd Place)
    • September 2002 (2nd Place)

    Educating world-class professionals of the future.

    The School of Engineering and Technology offers the following courses:

    1. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
    2. Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
    3. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
    4. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
    5. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
    6. 3-year Computer Technology
    7. 3-year Electronics and Communications Technology
    8. 2-year Computer Programming

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCoE)

    This program is a 5-year degree course recognized by the Commission on Higher Education and currently applying for an accreditation by PACUCOA.

    Computer Engineering is a highly active and fast changing discipline. It combines the two disciplines of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. This combination provides us with a unique approach to computer applications where we consider both hardware and software aspects. Computers have become and will continue to be pervasive in our lives. There is no limit to what will be possible as a computer engineer. If you’re interested in all aspects of computers, and how they apply to the world around you, then Computer Engineering is a choice for you.

    Bachelor of Science in Electronics & Communications Engineering

    Due to the rapid growth of Telecommunications industry and the advancement of semiconductor projects in the Philippines, the College has embarked on a mission to provide competent and industry oriented Electronics and Communications Engineers who will handle the advanced modification and maintenance of communications and semicon industry. In line with this mission, the course was established to produce technically trained professionals who can cater to the growing demand of competent personnel in the field of Electronics and Communications.

    Program Description/Course Content and Outline Electronics and Communications Engineering (BSECE)

    Electronics and Communications Engineering is a broad professional discipline concerned with the analysis, design and management of generators, electronic circuitry, voice, data and video systems. The complexity of modern industrial and service organizations with their emphasis on quality, increased effectiveness and higher productivity through automation and computerization to provide for the increased demand for a new bread of electronics and communications engineering graduates.

    Bachelor of Science on Electrical Engineering

    Because of an increasing demand for Power Distribution Engineers in the Philippines, the College has embarked on a mission to provide skilled and industry- oriented Electrical Engineers who can handle the design and maintenance of power generation and distribution in our country. In line with this mission, the course was established to provide technically competent professionals who can cater to the needs of the Electric power industry in the field of Electrical Engineering.

    Program Description/Course Content and Outline
    Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

    Electrical engineering is an amazingly broad and rapidly growing field. Radar, sonar, lasers, medical imaging, optical communications, microchips, embedded computers, cell phones, autonomous robots, wireless communications, genomic automation - these areas of specialization represent just a fraction of our field.
    Electrical engineers design all kinds of electronic and electric systems, from cell phones to electric power generators, from medical devices to satellite and aircraft systems. They develop improved human interfaces in hardware and software, and they build biologically inspired miniature machines and giant robots. Electrical engineers frequently advance in their careers through business, law, finance, and medicine, and many possess the communications and analytic skills to become managers, advisors to politicians, and public leaders.

    Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering

    In line with the fast growing need of qualified personnel whose role is to design, improve and install innovative systems of people, information and equipment in the industries, the College has embarked on a mission to provide skilled and industry trained Industrial Engineers whose duty is to provide integrated system of management. In line with this mission, the course was established to provide qualified and skilled personnel who can design, maintain and predict the production and control an industry.

    Program Description/Course Content and Outline
    Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering

    Industrial engineering involves the design and improvement of systems in organizations to maximize productivity. The industrial engineering team is concerned with the creation of wealth. They achieve this through the creation of improved, more efficient systems in both the production and service environments.

    The industrial engineering team plans the arrangement of equipment and scheduling of work, and also controls labor, production, material, quality and cost. Everyday industrial engineering work involves a wide range of activities and challenges: available resources such as manpower, materials, money and time must be applied as productively as possible. The industrial engineering team designs better methods and facilities for manufacturing and services.

    Industrial engineering is a multi-disciplinary field of study that equips you with the necessary technical background, as well as the economic and people skills vital to making economically justifiable decisions in a business environment.

    B.S in Computer Science (BSCS)

    As today’s industries compete in a knowledge-based economy, this four-year degree course covers the operational basics and concepts of Computer Science to expose students to abstract thinking and develop expertise in logical reasoning and critical analysis. This aims to help students to be more competent as they enter a dynamic and rapidly changing field of information technology.

    The curriculum strength provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to grow and relate theoretical knowledge to practical training to make them better prepared and become successful IT professionals in the future. This includes mathematical aspects needed to provide a comprehensive approach to design, analyze, and write solutions to problems.

    Computer Technology

    Computer Technology is a study of skills for computers that involve the development over time. Computer technology skills Proficiency is not an end in itself, but lays a foundation for lifelong learning. These skills become building blocks with which to meet the challenges of personal and professional life. The College has embarked on a mission to provide the learning of skills that are necessary for the profession and should be introduced and refined collaboratively by the faculty as an integral part of learning process.

    Program Description/Course Content and Outline
    Computer Technology (CoT)

    This program is a 3-year non-degree course or technical course recognized by TESDA.

    The Computer Technologist can install, configure, diagnose computers, and do preventive maintenance and some basic networking. They are more trained to hands-on techniques of teaching. Their specialty is more on hardware than software and they have a solid foundation in all aspects of computers Because these skills are so crucial, the technology industry has set up standards to measure them.

    Electronics and communications Engineering is a broad professional discipline concerned with the analysis, design and management of generators, electronic circuitry, voice, data and video systems. The complexity of modern industrial and service organizations with their emphasis on quality, increased effectiveness and higher productivity through automation and computerization has led to an increased demand for a new bread of electronics and communications engineering graduates.

    Electronics and Communications Technology

    Electronics and Communications Technology is a program that offers an expansive foundation in electronic circuitry and communications engineering technology through the study of subjects such as circuit analysis, circuit design, data and network communications, digital communications in the presence of noise, calculus and additional general education coursework. The College has embarked on a mission of having a high quality graduates in preparation of career opportunities in a variety of entry-level positions in various fields involving electronics technology, including communication systems.

    Program Description/Course Content and Outline
    Electronics and Communications Technology (ECT)

    This program is a 3-year non-degree course or technical course recognized by TESDA.

    Electronics and Communications technologists with a strong background in fundamental electronics may find employment in a wide range of fields involving the sale, design, maintenance, servicing, testing, or installation of electronic equipment, telephone, internet, and cable service providers, wireless and satellite communications companies, as well as the associated wealth of communications support service companies: communications instrument manufacturers; optical fiber, broadband cable, and PCS/cellular network installation and maintenance contractors.

    2-Year Certificate in Computer Programming (ComProg)

    This course is designed to prepare students to acquire technical knowledge in computer programming, systems analysis and design, and database systems. Students will apply the technical knowledge by designing, developing, and implementing a complete software application.


    Offers real-world training and experienc at The Pearl Manila Hotel.

    The College of Hotel and Restaurant Management aims to produce knowledgeable, skillful and globally competitive hoteliers and restaurateurs, to meet the highest held standards of the hospitality industry and to yield students with broad character, integrity and God-fearing individuals. It is committed imparting wisdom and laying the foundation of the future generation.

    The college takes responsibility in maintaining and uplifting the image that it has achieved so as to comply with the demands of our fast- changing world. Its doors are open to new innovations.

    The Food Laboratory was inaugurated to answer to the culinary training needs of students. Moreover, it is proud to say that EAC Manila is the only school that has a newly-built 4-Star Hotel – The Pearl Manila Hotel – to serve as training center for HRM students. Although the hospitality industry in the Philippines has suffered some crises because of inevitable circumstances, the college believes that it must continue training HRM students, providing with the best quality of education through highly-educated and experienced professors, up-to-date curricula, and modern facilities to ensure the best learning experience possible so as to provide and augment the need of the country’s travel and tourism industry, which is an important factor in the upliftment of our country’s economy.

    The College of HRM has been consistently participating in industry-related competitions, like Chef’s On Parade and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) sponsored events. Just recently it acquired a Diploma-place in the Cocktail Mixing Category at the Chef’s On Parade held at the Philippine Trade Training Center which was participated in by almost 40 different Colleges and Universities. The team of EAC HRM students won first place at the National Capital Region, first in Manila District Skills Competition. Further, the students are engaged in seminars, conventions, workshops and educational tripsbecause learning does not only take place in the four corners of the classroom.

    Program Description

    The Hotel and Restaurant Management program provides the skills and understanding necessary for working with the lodging Food Service and Tourism Industry. Classroom learning is supplemented by variety of students hands-on, field trips, a student-operated restaurant and deli operation, and on-the-job training, the student is prepared for entry level management positions with training in:

    1. Guest Service Relations
    2. Hotel Operations
    3. Commercial Food and Beverage Operations
    4. Dinning Room Service
    5. Supervision
    6. Management Concepts
    7. Promotions and Marketing
    8. Cost and Sales Control
    9. Purchasing and Inventory
    10. Events Planning
    11. Tourism

    The Hotel and Restaurant program offers students with a variety of practical experiences across the entire range of activities in the Hotel and Restaurant Industries.

    The Lodging Industry has advanced considerably from the simple “Home Away From Home” philosophy. Over the years, technology has transformed the complex divisions in the Hotel Industry into an international tourism enterprise. Computers, economics, personnel management and interpersonal communication are all skills w/c are required for success in the Hotel and Restaurant fields.

    Hotel and Restaurant Management Industry represents one of the nations fastest growing and most challenging areas of business. The curriculum is designed to provide our graduates with the skills and knowledge needed to advance rapidly through the ranks to rewarding and responsible management positions in all sectors of industry.


    Offers real-world training and experience at The Pearl Manila Hotel.

    The College of Nutrition and Dietetics offers Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition.

    The program of Nutrition and Dietetics aims to prepare students as Dietetics professionals who will enhance the quality of life for individuals, groups, families, organizations and communities. It provides the knowledge, skills, and values required for successful entry into a supervised practice program, graduate school or the job market.

    Dietitians are trained in applying the principles of nutrition and food science to the individual’s health, fitness and nutrition as a way of life. Dietetics is a vital, growing field open to creativity and opportunity and the possibilities are endless.

    Dedicated to the development of students who will be assets to the dietetics profession, it provides the environment in which students integrate the liberal arts, professional didactic courses and supervised practice experiences to enhance the individual and family life.

    The program emphasizes the relationship of foods and nutrition to health. Successful students are able to communicate information, follow procedures, adhere to standards, organize work schedules, wise decision makers, emotionally stable and are able to handle difficult situations. They should have an interest and willingness to learn and keep abreast of the current literature and technology in food, nutrition and health.

    It offers excellent preparation in the basic sciences and liberal education, a background in food science, and a focus on human needs related to nutrition, the curriculum is based on the foundation knowledge and skills for entry-level dietitians.

    Nutrition and Dietetics students are provided with a good venue for training at the Medical Center Manila Dietary Department.


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    The College offers two programs; Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication and Bachelor of Science, major in Psychology. It has four departments, namely: Department of Mass Communication, Department of Psychology, Department of Languages and Humanities and Department of Social Sciences.

    Department of Mass Communication

    The Department of Mass Communication endeavors to:

    1. produce successful media practitioners equipped with the knowledge and skills needed in the profession and who adhere to the highest ethical standard of practice.
    2. develop the intellectual and creative capabilities of the students who can contribute to sustainable development of self and the country.
    3. prepare students to fit in various opportunities in the field of mass media.
    4. equip students to fit the profession, and imbue them with a sense of media service for family, community and country.
    5. build in the students a life of virtuous character, especially in the practice of the profession.

    The Department of Psychology

    The Department of Psychology endeavors to:

    1. provide learning experiences through which students may develop their academic potential and which serve as foundation for lifelong learning.
    2. enable students to apply psychological expertise and expertise and theoretical frameworks to their chosen area of professional practice.
    3. develop range of collaborative and independent learning skills.
    4. inculcate wholesome attitudes, leadership and high ethical standards in the practice of profession.
    5. apply psychological principles to social issues that impact their lives and the lives of the others in the global community.

    The Department of Languages and Humanities
    The Department of Languages and Humanities endeavors to:

    1. promote the advocacy of English and Filipino proficiencies in all levels and disciplines.
    2. poster the mastery of skills in the five dimensions of thinking, listening, reading, speaking and writing.
    3. guide in the shaping of character to effect the development of the whole man: educated, cultured, refined and humane.
    4. produce students who are proficient in the use of English and Filipino.
    5. strengthen the communicative skills in all forms of instruction in the two languages.
    6. develop a deep appreciation for literature and the arts.
    7. help in uplifting the quality of life of the students, as a person and as a member of society

    The Department of Social Sciences

    The Department of Social Sciences endeavors to :

    1. develop students with reflective, critical and humane attitude towards the realization of the human person.
    2. assist students to arrive at self-understanding and social awareness and live meaningfully and fruitfully.
    3. provide students with holistic knowledge of the social sciences and civic efficiency.
    4. develop students with critical and moral views on contemporary social issues in the local, national and global level.
    5. help students to understand the meaning and implications of being a Filipino.

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    The College of Education offers the following course as Teacher Education Program.

    Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSED)

    Major in:

    1. English
    2. Physical Education
    3. Social Studies
    4. Music Arts, Physical Education & Health

    Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEED)

    Ever since the College of Education was given permit to operate in 1989 and was issued government recognition by the Department of Education, Culture and Sports in 1991, it has relentlessly pursued its goal in producing quality educators of the country. On December 13, 1995, the college merited recognition from the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACU-COA) granting the college Level 1 Accreditation. It was an affirmation that the college has continued to be competitive with other schools of Education.

    In 1990, the government granted EAC the opening and operation of a four-year Bachelor of Elementary Education and in 1991 a permit was granted to operate a 4-year Education course leading to a Bachelor degree in Elemenary Education.

    In May 23, 1996, EAC was granted permit to open a Nursery and Kindergarden school which serves as a Laboratory School for the College of Education with Mrs. Rolenda L. Campos as its Director.

    The College of Education continues to produce teachers, who do not only convey organized knowledge but also a humanist with a clear understanding and appreciation of human values that elevate the human spirit.

    Program Description and Objectives

    The College of Education aims to develop professionally competent teachers who are able to assume and perform the following:

    1. Effective conveyors of organized knowledge developed from human experienced.
    2. Efficient promoters and facilitators of learning that will enable the learners to develop to the fullest their potentials for a continuing pursuit of education.
    3. Active humanists who possess clear understanding and appreciation of human values.
    4. Implementers of training and development programs responsive to the education and professional needs of administrators, faculty and students;
    5. Providers of top caliber teachers who are sensitive and responsive to the needs of the society and of the nation.

    The BEED and BSEd programs are structured to meet the needs of professional teachers for elementary schools and special education programs in the Philippines and the needs of professional teachers for secondary schools in the Philippines, respectively.

    The BEED aims to develop elementary school teachers who are (a) generalists, who can teach across the different learning areas in grade school, (b) special education teachers, or (c) pre-school teachers.

    The BSEd aims to develop high school teachers who can teach in one of the different learning areas in high school like Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, English, Filipino, among others.


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    Academic Planning

    The College was established to:

    • Provide students with the necessary tools and knowledge to make them economically independent and socially committed professionals dedicated to the best interests of the Filipino nation;
    • Inculcate in them good moral values of honesty, respect, compassion, courtesy, obedience, diligence, thrift, hard work, punctuality, social responsibilities and self-reliance; and the values of cleanliness, orderliness and discipline, anywhere and everywhere;
    • Provide students with the necessary information and training to enable them to understand the interrelationship of their learning and everyday living, thus, enabling them to apply this knowledge with intellectual, spiritual and moral maturity towards self, family, society and country; and
    • Establish quality education to prepare students for leadership in meeting the challenges of national development.

    In pursuit of these goals, the College of Science has envisioned the following endeavors:

    A. Review and revision of the existing B.S. Biology curriculum (S.Y. 2005-2006)

    The curriculum will be enhanced in order to develop major fields of study for the students. The major fields include:

    1. Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
    2. Cell Biology
    3. Zoology
    4. Botany

    B. Updating of syllabi of Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Computer, Physics, Statistics, Mathematics courses to incorporate recent advances in these sciences (S.Y. 2004-2006)

    C. Establishment of New Curricula S.Y. 2007-2009)

    The College proposes the establishment of new curricula such as:

    1. B.S. Chemistry
    2. B.S. Mathematics
    3. B.S. Physics
    4. B.S. Statistics

    D. Establishment of Scholarships for deserving students (S.Y. 2006)

    E. Expansion of the Natural Science Museum (S.Y. 2005)

    The newly opened Natural Science Museum will be expanded in order to serve the students better. Exhibits will be increased to include materials for the sciences of Chemistry, Computer, Mathematics and Physics. Additional exhibits on Zoology, Botany and Health Sciences will also be acquired.

    Research Development

    The primary direction of the College with regards to research is the establishment of a Natural Science Research Center. Prior to the realization of this ambitious plan however is the enhancement of the capability of the existing faculty to do basic and applied research. To this end, the following activities are planned:

    1. Formulation of research programs aimed at acquiring funds and facilities for Natural Science researchers. (S.Y. 2005-2006)
    2. Setting up of modest research laboratories or field sites. (S.Y. 2006-2008)
    3. Training of faculty members on research methodology. (S.Y. 2005-2009)
    4. Implementation of short and medium term applied researches on Biology and Chemistry. (S.Y. 2004-2009)
    5. Bi-annual science journal. (S.Y. 2005-2009) - Purpose:
      • Research as an integral component of a teacher's function
      • One way of encouraging teachers to be conscious about research; Awakening research consciousness of EAC community - 4 areas:
      1. Articles: researches by faculty and students (best theses)
      2. Abstracts: researches by faculty and students (best theses)
      3. Reviews: critiques of researches from journals, seminars and conferences
      4. Science Updates: new trends and developments

    Departamental Leadership

    The College shall strive for popularization in the basic scientific knowledge. The College therefore shall establish:

    1. Semi-annual science fairs. (S.Y. 2004-2009)
    2. Invitational lecture series on specific science topics and current issues. (S.Y. 2005-2009)
    3. Bi-monthly science popular bulletins. (S.Y. 2005-2009)

    Community Extension

    The relevance and application of the basic scientific principles in classrooms are maximized through community service. In view of these, the College shall:

    1. Conduct a quarterly informal education program for out-of-school youth, particularly for elementary and secondary students in the areas of mathematics and sciences (S.Y. 2004-2009).
    2. Develop a close collaboration with the nearby Barangays pertaining to health and environmental consciousness (S.Y. 2004-2009).
    3. Conduct a semi-annual survey to adopted and selected Barangays on health and environmental issues (S.Y. 2004-2009).

    Training » Development

    Manpower development is an inherent responsibility of an academic institution. It is conducted to enhance the faculty member's expertise in their chosen field of specialization. These programs include:

    1. In-house lecture seminar on:
      1. Teaching methods and technologies (S.Y. 2004-2009)
      2. Experimental research methodologies (S.Y. 2005-2009)
      3. Specific topics in pure and applied sciences (S.Y. 2005-2009)
    2. Participation in research consortia (S.Y. 2005-2009)
    3. Attendance to short courses on natural sciences thesis/dissertation (S.Y. 2004-2009)
    4. Scholarship for faculty members of good standing (S.Y. 2004-2009)