The College of Arts and Sciences had its beginning in 1956 as the General Education Department (GED) mandated to respond to the needs of each student for a “broad general education that will assist each individual to develop his full potential as a human being’. Its first unit head was Dr. Donato B. Pableo from 1956 until he retired on October 21, 1974.

On October 22, 1974, the GED was headed by Prof. Filomena C. Antonio until her retirement in 1977. The GED branched-out into two departments, namely: the Education Department headed by Prof. Sergio Ramos, and the Languages and Sciences Department which became the nucleus of CAS headed by Prof. Librada C. Pableo from 1977 until her retirement in 1987.

Dr. Librada C. Pableo
Dr. Librada C. Pableo
Dr. Anita B. Tacardon
Dr. Anita B. Tacardon
Dr. Rose Marie Bugarin
Dr. Rose Marie Bugarin
Dr. Nelson M. Belgira
Dr. Nelson M. Belgira
Prof. Ana L. Tomen
Prof. Ana L. Tomen
Dr. Evangeline A. Tangonan
Dr. Evangeline A. Tangonan
Dr. Grace G. Lopez
Dr. Grace G. Lopez
Dr. Jonald L. Pimentel
Dr. Jonald L. Pimentel


Excellence in the Arts and Sciences


Empowerment of faculty and students through quality education.


The College of Arts and Sciences pursues the development of well-rounded persons through a culture of excellence in the arts and sciences for the establishment of a just and humane society.




  1. To develop the intellectual capabilities, skills and right attitude of students in the arts and sciences for them to be globally competitive.
  2. To develop critical awareness and appreciation of the cultural, scientific, and technological advancements to bridge the gap among cultural communities.
  3. To undertake researches in the arts and sciences for curricular enrichment, community empowerment, and human development; and
  4. To create and strengthen linkages, collaborative efforts, and networking for the enhancement of programs in instruction, research, extension, and resource generation.

On March 13, 1978, MIT became a University. The department was converted into a college, the College of Arts and Sciences. Its first dean was Dr. Librada C. Pableo. With its conversion were the two degrees namely, Bachelor of Science in Biology and Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Two years later, in June 1980, the Development Communication major of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the College of Agriculture was transferred to CAS and became the Department of Development Communication. In June 1983, the Mathematics, Statistics and Physics departments were also transferred from the College of Engineering to CAS.

Dr. Rose Marie Bugarin came next as the Dean of CAS from 1987 to 1992. She was the second dean of the college. However, she went to USA for her post-doctoral on Environmental Studies in August 1989, Dr. Prisciliano T. Bauzon was appointed Officer-in-Charge from August 19989-Ausgust 1990. Upon returning to USM, Dr, Bugarin resumed leadership of the College from September 1990 to 1992. It was also during her leadership that the Regional Science Training Center (RSTC) was established. Then she was designated as Director of the newly established Philippine Rubber Testing Center (PRTC).

Prof. Ana L. Tomen was appointed Officer-in-Charge from April 1992 to June 30, 1992 and became the third dean of the College on July 1, 1992 up to her retirement on March 30, 1996. In 1994, the Physics Department was separated from the Mathematics, Statistics and Physics Department. In June 1995, a new degree program, Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Chemistry was offered. Upon the retirement of Dr. Tomen, Dr. Nicanora S. Sorrosa became the Officer-in-Charge from April 1, 1996 to June 30, 1996. She was concurrently the Director of the Regional Science Training Center (RSTC) at USM.

Dr. Grace G. Lopez became the fourth dean of the College from July 1, 1996 to July 21, 2002. She was designated as Supervisor of the newly established Child Care Center and at the same time the Deputy Director for Research of the University. Through the initiative of the Behavioral Sciences Department Chairperson, Dr. Prisciliano T. Bauzon, the USM Teen Center was established in 1998. The center serves and functions as a youth organization, which aims to improve and promote the total well-being of the youth.

A new course offering, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology came into being in June 1997under the Department of Behavioral Sciences. In the same year, two new graduate courses: MS Biology and MA Mathematics were also offered. These graduate courses with already existing MS Development Communication and MAT Biology were given back by the Graduate College to CAS for coordination. In November 2000, another graduate course was offered, MA in Language Teaching (MALT) under the Department of English Language and Literature.

The 14-month crash course program on Accelerated Integrated Teacher Training on Cultural Communities (AITTCC) was offered on October 20, 1999 to December 20, 2000. It was designed to provide an accelerated teacher training to qualified dependents of rebel returnees with the Southern Development Authority as funding agency.

The changing educational environment called for undergoing the accreditation process, which the College had undergone Level I accreditation on November 8-10, 1996 and Level II on September 23-25, 1998. The College continues to operate in the direction of AACCUP standards to pursue quality education. It was also guided and inspired by the vision and mission of the University from which the goals of the College emanates.

The updating of the College to meet the standard is a tedious process. A consultancy visit was done on July 19, 2001 to assess and find out how far the College had complied with the accreditors recommendations and its readiness for resurvey. The first resurvey was done last November 21-23, 2001.

On July 26, 2002, there was a turn-over ceremony of the CAS leadership to Dr. Anita B. Tacardon, the fifth CAS Dean, to effect on August 1, 2002. The challenge to meet the standards of a quality college in accordance with the AACCUP criteria is the focus of the preparations for the second resurvey in 2006.

A tremendous face lifting of the 25-year old CAS building was made. Classrooms, laboratory rooms, comfort rooms, spacious offices were constructed, renovated and improved. Additional facilities were acquired to serve the interest of the students, e.g. drinking fountains, well-ventilated classrooms, well- equipped audio visual room, student park, and sports area, among others.

USM is privileged to have been chosen by CHED to implement the Expanded Tertiary Educational Equivalency Accreditation Program (ETEEAP). The college proposed the BS DevCom under this program and was endorsed by the Academic Council in September 2003 to the Board of Regents which the latter approved. This is to cater the primarily to non-degree holders who are already practitioners but cannot compete for promotion in their workplace.

In the same year, the Social Action Center for Community Services and Development (SACCSCD) was also created. The center was conceived through the efforts of Dr. Antonio N. Tacardon as its first and current Executive Director. It was established mainly to promote active and lasting social involvement of the professors and technical experts of the University in community development.

Concomitantly, the notable demand for nurses in the international market posed a challenge to the College to consider the possibility of offering the nursing course. The global phenomenon compelled Dr. Anita B. Tacardon to initiate the nursing program to address the local need for a quality nursing school in the area. On December 12, 2003, the BOR gave CAS the blessing to offer BS Nursing, a self-liquidating program with fees different from that of existing regular program. It was duly approved on February 17, 2004 and started to open its eight sections (397 students) last June 2004.

In April 2005, the BOR also approved the creation of the Language Learning Center (LLC). It offers a wide array of language learning packages including Speech for Kids, Theater for Kids, Speech for Teachers and Professionals, English Proficiency, Art of Emceeing and Basic Journalism. The center is currently under the management of Dr. Riceli C. Mendoza of the Department of English Language and Literature.

Another milestone during Dr. Tacardon’s leadership was her initiative to implement the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) forged by the University and Polytechnic Foundation of Cotabato and Asia, Inc., a partnership venture with an objective to put up a radio station in the University. On December 1, 2005, the college took a lead of putting up a radio station primarily as a training ground for DevCom students in their journalism and broadcasting subjects. This would also serve as the University’s medium for its various outreach programs and research endeavors.

The National Telecommunication Company (NTC) assigned the call letters DXKA-FM with the frequency of 93.3MHz. A month-long test broadcast was done which started last June 28, 2006, to ensure the span of coverage and the fine-tuning of signal transmission. It was finally launched and inaugurated last July 18, 2006 with Allan C. Facurib as designated Station Manager. At present, Dr. Anita B. Tacardon was designated as the Station Manager. The DXKA-FM was eventually renamed as DXVL-FM with the frequency of 94.9MHz.

In June 2009-2010, Dr. Nelson M. Belgira assumed leadership as the sixth Dean of the College. In 2010 to present, Dr. Evangeline A. Tangonan serves as the 7th Dean of the College.

In June 2011, the CAS obtained BOR approval, upon the recommendation of CHED XII the offering of new courses: BS Criminology, now under a separate department of the college and BS Pharmacy under the College of Health Sciences. This is due to the efforts of the faculty of the Department of Social Science and Philosophy and Department of Chemistry respectively under the leadership of Dr. Evangeline A. Tangonan.

In 2012, the Department of Biological Sciences through the assistance of Department of Environment and Natural Resources XII established the USM Biodiversity, a focal point for bio-environmental researches. The department was also a recipient of 5 million research grant from DOST-PCAARRD on Goat Production and 4.3 million for herbs and spices research. Together with the Department of Chemistry and Department of English Language and Literature, a 21 million research grant from DOST-PCIEERD was granted for Science and Technology Program for Responsible Mining in Mindanao.

In October 2013, the BS Development Communication and AB Psychology submitted for Phase II Level III accreditation by AACUP. The BS Biology program was evaluated for Level IV while AB English, AB Political Science and Bachelor of Library and Information Science were subjected to preliminary survey.

CAS being a service college of the University was awarded by CHED a two-story building for classroom.


The Department of Biological Sciences, accredited Level III by AACCUP, is one of the service departments of the College of Arts and Sciences. The department caters not only to its own students but also the whole studentry of the University of Southern Mindanao taking up basic and major Biology courses. It offers one undergraduate degree course, the Bachelor of Science in Biology with majors in Microbiology and Ecology. The degree program is designed to develop and produce nationalist, scientific and competent graduates equipped with adequate scientific knowledge through quality science education. This is done with the aid of fully-equipped laboratories such as water laboratory and microbiology laboratory, among others. It also prepares the students for courses in medicine, research laboratories and industries and/or instruction and entrepreneurship.

The curricular program of Bachelor of Science in Biology is structured as a generalized framework for biological study with the end view of grounding students on the fundamental concepts, principles, theories of the biological sciences and introducing them to the conduct of biological research. It goes beyond the thinking that BS in Biology is a pre-medical program.



The Department of Biological Sciences has the following aims:

  1. To develop students to be competent in microbiological and ecological techniques through enhanced instruction integrated with research and production;
  2. To cultivate respect and appreciation for life and culture through extension;
  3. To culture students to become morally upright and integrated persons; and,
  4. To provide services to other colleges in the University by teaching the Biology courses of different degree programs.

The Bachelor of Science in Chemistry was established in June 1978 under the Chemistry Department of the College of Arts and Sciences. This was approved per BOR Resolution No. 9 series of 1978. It is accredited Level III by AACCUP.

The curricular program, Bachelor of Science in Chemistry is a four-year course designed for students in the science of chemistry and the practice of its profession.

Objectives of the Program

  1. Adequate knowledge and understanding of the various classes of chemical substances, both organic and inorganic with emphasis on their properties, structure and reactions;
  2. Good laboratory techniques and mastery of basic laboratory operations encompassing analytical, organic and physical chemistry;
  3. The ability to critically analyze a real theoretical problem and apply chemical principles in investigating and/or proposing solutions to the problem; and,
  4. Understanding of the applications and effects of chemistry in the lives of people and in various fields, agriculture, health, industry, etc.

Development Communication as an academic discipline in an applied science designed to effect change in human behavior in the environment using communication media as support to development efforts. The systematic use of communication is persuasive in nature to achieve its holistic goal – development.

Thus, the concept and philosophy of Bachelor of Science in Development Communication is development-oriented. Its primary concern is to spur awareness and motivate people to advocate, cooperate and participate in development activities.



The curriculum is specifically designed to enable students to achieve the following:

  1. Acquire theoretical base in the sciences and applied arts that underlies the study of human communication;
  2. Learn practical skills in interpersonal and mass communication;
  3. Gain basic grasp of the issues and problems of development in general and of the subject matter of one development area in particular; and,
  4. Apply the concepts, principles, and skills of communication to the solution in developing society.

The decreasing competence of high school and college students in verbal and written communication has motivated the College to offer the course mainly to address the language and literature deficiencies of students. Under the chairmanship of Dr. Librado V. Lopez, the Department of English Language and Literature (DELL) conducted a series of feasibility study in Cotabato and nearby provinces in 2007 and 2008. Out of four conceived courses to be offered that were part of the survey, the AB English had the highest figures of acceptance among graduating students. Upon approval of the University Academic Council and the USM Board of Regents, the program started in school year 2008-2009.



  1. Foster analytical skills, stimulate creativity, and strengthen ability to communicate in any situation;
  2. Advance the understanding of the role of English language and literature in the society, with particular attention to its implications for multilingual and multicultural settings;
  3. Engage in critical review issues, options, and developments informing the study and teaching of language and literature;
  4. Develop the skills of independent critical thinking and analysis; and,
  5. Enhance employability in various fields.

The Department of Psychology is one of the service units of the University handling all General Psychology subjects of all programs in the University and all major subjects in the AB Psychology Program, which built itself to its current Level III phase 2 accredited level by the AACCUP. This level of academic excellence is manifested in its support to student programs, faculty development, and curriculum among others.

To aid in the preparation of its graduates to be competent counselors, training specialists, HR practitioners and psychometricians, the program has its own Psychology Laboratory with counseling area, one-way viewing mirror, and necessary laboratory and lecture equipment. Further, the department is affiliated with the Psychological Resources Center to acquire Psychological tests necessary for educational researches handled and conducted by the department. For testing administration and training of undergraduate students, the department is also affiliated with the University Guidance Center.



The particular program Bachelor of Arts in Psychology is designed for students interested in the field of psychology and the practice of its profession. Students are expected to describe the procedural processes or submit evidence on:

  1. Writing skills, research proposal, creative writing, training manual development, and critiquing including PowerPoint presentations;
  2. Research-based practices in the HR recruitment and selection processes, job assessment and development seminar or training courses;
  3. The systematic approach to integrating all the relevant information obtained from the testing and to using it to make career or employment-related decisions including formulating clinical impressions and therapeutic approaches; and,
  4. The application of courses in psychology to explain and alleviate maladjustment, discomfort, as well as promote human adaptation and adjustment.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science is a liberal arts designed to equip students with the principles, philosophy, ideology, processes, and systems of government and public affairs. In other instances, graduates of this course may engage into researches involving comparative political analysis. Other disciplines that are most related to this curricular offering would include, but not limited to, economics, sociology, psychology, humanities, statistics, and philosophy. In most cases these allied disciplines are equally available to serve as tools in achieving a better political guide in the affairs of politics and governance.Though, curricular outline of AB Political Science is behavioral in character, courses within its framework will also provide basic information and skills in analysis and critical thinking. The curricular outline is grouped into four categories such as: a) general education courses; b) core courses; c) elective courses; and major courses.Students of this course are expected to write a college research which is commonly known as undergraduate thesis. Aside from their respective academics, undergraduate thesis would be their basic avenue to study and investigate independently the phenomena underlying political issues, conditions, and approaches, and structure.Objectives
    1. Demonstrate skills in research and independent learning;
    2. Discuss political issues in relation to the predominant political theories, and philosophy;
    3. Explain political phenomena in the light of appreciation of evidence and empirical data;
    4. Explain public affairs and governance in a methodical manner; and,
    5. Decide on political issues with high consideration on moral principles and high regards for humane values.

The continued demands to enhance human and social security rest in the birth of this course offering of the Department of Social Science and Philosophy (DSSP). This course primarily draws its significance in addressing the needs of strengthening the process as well as act of implementing laws in acted in the country. Allied courses and disciplines that are relevant to the realization of this course would include Natural Sciences, Philosophy & Law, Psychology, Sociology, Political concepts, and similar disciplines in languages and mathematics.

Paramount to other intention of offering this program is to provide students with knowledge and skills in crime detection and law enforcement. Historical and contemporary patterns of crime, including on how authorities and societies in general, response to criminal incidents, causes of criminality, delinquency, and the processes and functions of the criminal justice in the country, are thoroughly discussed.



To provide students the necessary skills and information on how to become an effective law enforcer. Upon completing all the required academic and technical training in every semester, the students of this course are expected to:

  1. Demonstrate their knowledge and technical skills as defined in the curriculum;
  2. Role model in observing and implementing laws and rules; and,
  3. Be employed in any agency or institution corresponding to their competency
Biology Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Specialization
Agduma, Angelo R. MS Botany Instructor I
Bretaña, Bryan Lloyd BS-Biology (Micro) Instructor I
Cabasan, Ma. Teodora MST-Biology
Asst. Prof I
Casim, Lothy F. MS-Biology Instructor I
Edaño, Johnny Wyne B. BS-Biology Instructor I
Ele, Renee Jane A. MS-Biology (Botany) Instructor II
Galas, Genalyn P. BS-Biology(Micro) Instructor I
Garcia, May Eva Z. PhD Science Education (Bio) Prof. III
Lerios, Tessie E. PhD Science Education Asso. Prof. V
Mabang, Welhma C. MAT-Biology Asso. Prof. I
Mamalo, Bai Sharifa A. BS-Biology (Micro) Instructor I
Mangaoang, Cherie C. MS-Biology Instructor I
Murray. Sedra A. PhD. Extension Asso. Prof. II
Salem, James Gregory C. PhD-Biology Professor V
Supremo, Janette P PhD Science Education (Bio) Professor I
Tanabe, Maria Elena N. MS-Micro Instructor I
Tanalgo, Krizler C. BS-Biology (Eco) Instructor I
Chemistry Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Amacio, Virginia S. BS Chemistry Asst. Prof. I
Barroga, Beldad I. MAT Chemistry Asso. Prof III
Bello, Antolin D. MPS-DE Asso. Prof III
Bello, Seth Anthony P. BS Chemistry Instructor I
Candoliota, Ma. Irinea S. BS Chemistry Instructor I
Cunanan, Melanio Louie G. BS Chemistry Instructor I
Dapun, Ma. Victoria T. MAT Chemistry Asso. Prof. I
Dela Cruz, Estrella E. MS Chemistry Asst. Prof. IV
Esmejada, Belen E. BS Chemistry Instructor I
Navarro, Elsie B MPS-DE Asst. Prof. IV
Navarro, Frederick John B. BS Chemistry Instructor I
Ocreto, Stella P. MS Agchemistry Asso. Prof. V
Pascual, Lydia C MS Chemistry Asst. Prof.I V
Pascual, Ronald MS Chemistry Asst. Prof.I V
Subsuban, Jose Ronelio M. MS Chemistry Instructor II
Tumacder, Barbara C. MS Chemistry Instructor I
Zamora, Fealili E. BS Chemistry Instructor I
English language and Literature Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Ajero, Orfelina M. MA English Instructor I
Amilbahar, Rezeille May C. ABEnglish Instructor I
Balawag, Elangbai K. MA English Instructor I
Barbosa, Estella B. MEng Applied Linguistics Instructor I
Bolences, Nora B. MA Language Studies Asst. Prof. IV
Colita,Lloyd Anton Von M. MEng Applied Linguistics Instructor I
De Guzman, Edna Luz T. MA English Asst. Prof. IV
Derla, Michael D. MEng Applied Linguistics Instructor I
Dollente, Lawrence Anthony U. Ph.D. Applied Linguistics Instructor I
Gabuat, REuth S. MPS-Educational Mgt Asst. Prof. IV
Juanitas, Evelyn T. MALT-English Asst. Prof. I
Lopez, Librado V. EdD-Educational Administration Asst. Prof. II
Melgar, Rhodora A. AB English Instructor I
Mendoza, Riceli C. PhD Applied Linguistics Associate Prof. V
Pueyo, Jacinta T. PhD in Extension Education Asso. Prof. 3
Rapisura, Roviline A. PhD in Rural Development Instructor I
Resurreccion, Marlyn A. MA English Instructor I
Salvador, Marlon T. MA Teaching Asst. Prof. IV
Tantiado, April Rose R. MEng Applied Linguistics Instructor I
Tulud, Donnie M. MA English Instructor I
Uyangurin, Anamarie B. BSE-English Instructor I
Verona, Mirasol O. MALT-English Instructor I
Filipino language and Literature Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Aquino, Winnie O MALT-Fil Instructor I
Ballo, Pearl Mae P. BSE Maj. In Filipino Instructor I
Bangkulit, Noe-En MALT-Fil Instructor I
Calibayan, Maria Luz D. Ed d Asst. Prof. IV
Dimaudtang, Shandra G. MALT Asst. Prof. IV
Du, Nelia O MALT Instructor I
Mangorsi, Jaypee M. BSE Maj. In Fil Instructor I
Mateo, Jackie-Lyn L. BSE Maj in Fil Instructor I
Pabinal,Normie G. MALT Instructor I
Reyes, Frirtz May A. AB Filipino Instructor I
Santos, Jo-Ann D. MALT_Fil Instructor I
Siena, Cecil P. BSE Maj in Fil Instructor I
Sison, Rosemarie R. MALT Instructor I
Development Communication Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Dalo, Allan MS Rural Development candidate Instructor I
Facurib, Allan C. MS Rural Development
Instructor II
Garcia, Althea C. MS Development Communacation Asso. Prof. II
Lucena, Esperanza Jr. MS-English Instructor I
Santos, Vilma M. MS Teaching English Instructor III
Villanueva, Pamela MS Language Teaching Instructor I
Development Social Science and Philosophy
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Arrogante, Ariel MS Library Science Candidate College Librarian I
Bauzon, Priscillano Ed.D in Educational Management Professor VI
Besana, Cerila MPS-DE Asso. Prof. V
Bigcas, Ravin Units MA Management/MA Guidance and Counseling Instructor I
Bueneventura, Ernesto Jr. MA in Public Administration Instructor I
Bunil, LJ MA in Public Administration Instructor I
Catulong, Genevive Units in MLIS Librarian I
Clarito, Lilian Units in MLIS Librarian I
Clemen, Roselyn AB Political Science/BS Nursing/Bachelor of Laws Instructor I
Donque, Jeson MA Philosophy Instructor III
Dumagan, Nonita Ph.D in Educational Management Assistant Prof. I
Escarza, Bernard MA in Philosophy Instructor I
Gavilan,Fairodz AB Sociology Instructor I
Graza,Fretzy Mae BLIS Part Time
Jose, Jomar BS International Relations Instructor I
Juaneza, Maricar MAin Philosophy Instructor I
Makakena, Salik MA in Professional Studies-PAM Assitant Prof. I
Mallo,Erwin AB Philosophy Instructor I
Marco, Rumar AB Philosophy Instructor I
Martinez, Susan MAED in Library Science College Librarian I
Marco, Rumar
Instructor I
Martinez, Susan MAED in Library Science College Librarian I
Napoles, Kevin MA in Philosophy Instructor I
Nuneñez, Josef Tyron AB Political Science Instructor I
Osorio, Rizza AB Political Science Instructor I
Panaguiton, Luna AB Political Science Instructor I
Panes, Jarlito Jr. AB Philosophy Instructor I
Rivera, Miraluna MA in Public Administration Candidate Instructor I
Sapal, Maria Ruth MA in Public Administration Candidate Instructor I
Sencil, Alimen Ph.D in Development Studies Assitant Prof. II
Sinco, Jennifer MA in Teaching Philosophy Assitant Prof. IV
Solsoloy, Bonifacio AB in Philo Instructor I
Sornito, Anita Ed.D in Educational Management Assitant Prof. IV
Mathematics and Statistics Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Catubig, Daryl Mae D. MST-Mathematics Instructor I
Coronejo,John R. BS Mathematics Instructor I
Dela Paz, Fortunette Grace R. BS Statistics Instructor I
Eguia, Lopito C. PhD-Mathematics Prof.
Licaros, Jeanette R. Ma-Mathematics Instructor I
Madio, Rowel P. MST-Mathematics Instructor I
Magallon, Mauricio Jr. BSE- BS-Mathematics Instructor II
Manamba, Regin N. BS Mathematics Instructor I
Paleta, Leonard M. MST-Mathematics Instructor I
Pama, Jennifer R. Ph.D Mathematics Ed Asst. Prof. IV
Perez, Bethoven Jr. L BS-Stat Instructor I
Pilongo, Jupiter G. MS-Mathematics Instructor I
Pimentel, Jonald L. Ph.D Psychometrics Assoc. Prof I
Sarmiento, Chelo May P. BS-Mathematics Instructor I
Sebastian, Anna Jean L. BS-Applied Mathematics Instructor I
Tandog, Leorence C. Ph.D Science Educ.(Mathematics) Assoc. Prof V
Tangonan, Evangeline A. Ph.D Mathematics Professor V
Toledo,Arnel B. Master in Mathematics 2013 MSUIIT Instructor III
Valle, Honey Vincent V. BS-Stat Instructor I
Villaver, Vic Vincent N. MST-Mat Instructor I
Physics Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Arellano, Louie Bjan MSTP units Instructor I
Entera, Benedict D. MST units Instructor I
Libatique, Romeo David T. MST units Asso. Prof. V
Maganaka, Jean R. MS Physics Instructor I
Mateo, Romeo BSAE Asst. Prof. IV
Nonesa, Jellay Grace B. PhD Physics Assoc. Prof. III
Tagaro, Alipio T. MSTP/MASE units Asso. Prof. V
Vallescas, Juvy A. BS Physics Instructor I
Psychology Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Agave, Aileen B MS in Psychology units Instructor I
Garcia, Kristine Joy B. MS in Psychology Instructor I
Indin, Yusuf H. Doctor of Psychology
On Going
Asst. Prof. IV
Molina, Jerose L. Doctor of Psychology On Going Instructor I
Toyongan, Virginia U. (on leave) Doctor of Psychology On Going Instructor I
Ulangkaya, Mila MPS-1996 USM Asst. Prof. IV
Criminology Department
Name Highest Educational Attainment Rank
Apostol, Candida C BS Criminology Instructor I
De Justo, Helen Grace A. Master of Public Administration Instructor I
Ferrer, Bobby A. 33 units in MS criminology Instructor I
Mamugay, Gehan B 18 units in MS criminology Instructor I
Martinez, Michael Angelo R. BS Criminology/Units in BS Liberal Laws Instructor I
Motalo, Ronith MS Criminology Part Time
Parcon, Mariz BS Criminology Instructor I
Parcon, Mariz BS Criminology Instructor I