Education is powerful force that nurtures and molds the minds of our future generations. No doubt, getting into the field of education can be a fulfilling yet challenging, endeavor. As a teacher, you can help your students gain knowledge and learn skills; as an educator, you can create a lasting, positive impact.
We prepare our students to become effective educational leaders through quality, relevant programs that connect teaching, learning, and practice. But more than that, you will also be trained to become a competent, caring and effective educator. The College of Education and Human Development prepares you as future teachers and professionals, through various opportunities for teaching and learning, to be efficient managers and facilitators of diverse types of learners to help them reach their potentials.
This program prepares prospective elementary school teachers to become molders of the youth and effective educational leaders. It aims to develop highly motivated and competent teachers specializing in the content and pedagogy for elementary education.
Career Opportunities: In the Philippines or abroad, you can be an educator in many forms - classroom teacher, school administrator, guidance or teacher counselor, superintendent, or college faculty, among others. Beyond the campus, you can be a private tutor, trainer, coordinator, resource person, or community adviser.
This program has been designed to provide training in the theory and concepts, methods and strategies, required of high school teachers. It equips prospective secondary education teachers with the adequate and relevant competencies to teach in their chosen area of specialization/major in secondary level.
Career Opportunities: Upon completion of the program, you may pursue a career as an educator in many forms here and abroad - classroom teacher specializing in particular subject, school administrator, guidance or teacher counselor, superintendent, or college faculty among others. Beyond the campus, you can be a private tutor, trainer, coordinator, resource person or community adviser.
The BLIS program equips prospective library and information professionals with the essential knowledge, competencies and values necessary for the effective provision and delivery of library information services, and the systematic organization, conservation, preservation and restoration of books, historical and cultural documents, and other intellectual properties.
Career Opportunities: BLIS graduates may become a librarian in various areas – school, acquisitions, corporate, law, medical; or hold a position as teacher-librarian or head librarian, as well as become an archivist, bibliographer, documentarist, information specialist, researcher, electronic resource manager, or library science faculty.
This program covers the major theories and concepts in psychology, and trains students in psychological research and application. This pre-med course emphasizes science, math, research analysis, behavioral and mental processes. Major areas of interest under this discipline include social, experimental, abnormal, industrial, clinical and child psychology.
Career Paths/ Related Careers: As this is a pre-med course, you may pursue a career in medicine, or become a clinical psychologist, researcher, preschool teacher, special education teacher, developmental psychologist, or behavioral tutor for children with special needs.
This program is geared towards the preparation of students for generalist social work practice. Professional education in social work requires the acquisition and application of beginning level of knowledge, attitudes, values and skills in enhancing the social functioning of individuals, families, groups, and communities, linking people with needed resources, improving the operation of social service delivery networks, and promoting social justice through organizing and advocacy.
Career Opportunities: Social Work graduates may become a case manager, social welfare and development officer in local government units, researcher in social welfare agencies, social work counselor, community organizer, officer for program/project development and management, social agency manager, policy/legislative advocacy officer, teacher, and trainor.
The CTE program intends to equip non-educational professionals with the knowledge and skills related to the Teaching-Learning process necessary to take the LET and to qualify themselves to competently teach all levels.
Learn to become effective educators from our roster of experienced and highly qualified faculty members. We promise quality instruction as our faculty, who hold either a masters or doctoral degrees, teach courses within their respective areas of expertise and specialization.
These days, classroom instruction is enhanced through the use of technology. Teachers harness the benefits of Information Technology to enrich the teaching-learning process; while students, even at a very young age, pick up knowledge and skills with the help of these resources. As such, IT is integrated in all major professional subjects to ensure that graduates are proficient in the use of technology in their teaching profession.
Through the years, the performance of our graduates in the licensure examinations for teachers and librarians has consistently exceeded national standards. In the board exam for librarians, we have produced top notches and board placers – a 2nd placer in 2018, 3rd placer in 2016, 4th placer in 2007, 6th placer in 2019, and 10th placer in 2000.
Majority of the teachers and librarians within the province of Bulacan and partly in neighboring Pampanga are proud graduates of the BU College of Education and Human Development.
To be an accredited program means to be recognized as a provider of quality education among colleges and universities not only in the region, but in the country. It is an acknowledged indicator of a higher level of quality and excellence, over and above minimum requirements of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
In 2010, the BEEd program was the first of its kind in the entire country to be granted Level IV Accredited Status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA). It has also been certified by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP).
The BSEd program also become the first BSEd program granted Level IV Accredited Status in Region III, and second in the entire Philippines.
In 2017, the BS Psychology program was granted Level 2 Accredited Status and in 2022, the BLIS program was granted Level 1 Accredited Status.
In 2008, the College was recognized as a Center of Training by the Department of Education (DepEd) for its Certificate and In-Service Training (INSET) programs.
On top of periodically updating, revising and improving our curricular offerings, we ensure quality and relevant instruction through our linkages with various education professional organizations, such as the Philippine Association for Teachers and Educators (PAFTE), the Council of Deans for the Colleges of Education Region III (CDCE), the Philippine Association of Teachers of Library and Information Science (PATLS), and the Central Luzon Library Association (CLLA). Through these linkages, both students and faculty members receive the latest updates on current trends and issues facing the fields of Education, and Library and Information Science.
Partnerships with institutions abroad bolster further learning and training at a global level. BU’s partnership with the Chumphon Sueska School, Anuban Chuleekorn School, and Prempracha Wattana School in Thailand gives students the opportunity to complete their OJT or practice teaching in a different setting.
In 2016, the BLIS Department began sending qualified student-trainees to Binus University in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Baliuag University College of Education and Human Development (CEHD)
Ground Floor, R.E. Chico Street, Baliwag, Bulacan
(044) 766 0395 / 766 2045