College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences

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    CONAHS GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

     The College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, in line with Batangas State University’s vision and mission, aims to carry out its educative functions of molding professionals who are intellectually prepared, research and community oriented and socially committed. To achieve this goal, the College must commit itself:

    1. To provide high-quality education that will prepare and equip student nurses and student nutritionists with adequate theoretical and clinical experience according to the norms and standards of professional practice.
    2. To develop competent nurses and nutritionists imbued with moral, cultural and legal principles and value the dignity and worth of each person.
    3. To provide and use facilities and resources beneficial to the achievement of the objectives of the College.
    4. To foster faculty participation in research and scholarly activities which will add to the body of knowledge which is both essential and beneficial to the College.
    5. To utilize leadership and management skills through the involvement of others in meeting the health needs and goals
    6. To practice innovative health care and partnership with the communities in the province
    7. To collaborate with colleagues and other interdisciplinary health teams to promote the health and well-being of the clients/patients
    8. To deliver health care system and policies through professional leadership and modify professional roles and functions to meet the health needs of the

     

  • CURRICULAR OFFERINGS

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

     

    Program Educational Objectives

    The BSN program shall have graduates who:

    • are employed in his/her area of nursing specialization with a permanent/regular status
    • apply acquired knowledge and skills in various areas of specialization through utilization of nursing process
    • engage in evidence-based research practice with focus on the advancement of the nursing profession
    • can speak with ease and confidence in delivering organization communication
    • engage in training opportunities, seminars, workshops and graduate programs for career advancement
    • demonstrate social responsibility imbued with oral courage, nurtured through values and excellent education.

     

    Student Outcomes

    At the end of the program, the students are expected to:

    • apply safe and quality nursing care in the promotive, preventive and curative rehabilitative nursing
    • manage resources and environment in facilitating good client care across all ages in all healthcare settings
    • develop a health education program applicable to various clientele, utilizing the nursing process
    • adhere to the Code of Ethics for nurses and be accountable and responsible to their own judgment and actions
    • demonstrate professionalism through application of standards and nursing practice
    • conduct researches for the enhancement of nursing profession
    • establish an accurate and updated documentation of client care
    • apply communication techniques utilizing various channels to respond in the healthcare delivery
    • collaborate and work as a member of the team in the delivery of care

     

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

     

    Program Educational Objectives

    The BSND program shall have graduates who:

    • are gainfully employed in government and private hospitals, food industries, schools, food service establishments and other agencies
    • can apply acquired knowledge and skills in public health/community nutrition, nutrition therapy and food service
    • utilize results of studies related to nutrition therapy
    • speak with ease and confidence in organizational communication
    • participate in continuing education activities like graduate programs, trainings, seminars and conferences relevant to the discharge of responsibilities; and
    • carry out day-to-day tasks in an ethical manner

     

    Student Outcomes

    At the end of the program, the students are expected to:

    • promote the role of nutrition and dietetics profession for human well-being in relation to the needs, resources and potentials of individuals,  groups and communities
    • assess, plan, manage, implement through nutrition education and evaluate nutrition programs for individuals, groups and institutions
    • integrate nutrition concerns with development efforts including community extension services
    • apply the concept of comprehensive nutritional care for the total wellness of individuals
    • undertake research and utilize research results in the performance of nutrition and dietetics
    • take responsibility for continuing personal and professional development
    • conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the ethical standards of the profession
    • plan and manage a food service program with specific nutrition and environmental  consideration

  • HISTORY OF CONAHS

    In tracing the roots of the department, Associate of Health Science Education (AHSE) was first offered under the School of Science and Public Health (SSPH) in October 2003 with its pioneer batch having only ten students. It was offered along with other courses like BS Biology, BS Psychology, BS Chemistry and more. On June 2005, with the separation of AHSE from SSPH, the College of Nursing was born, and with it the introduction of a new program – Bachelor of Science in Nursing. It was offered concurrently with Associate in Health Science Education, which served as a ladderized program for BS Nursing.

    In 2006, the College of Nursing underwent significant developments in order to meet the minimum requirements of the Commission on Higher Education. It has developed and implemented its own curriculum (Res. No. 75, s.2007, “Approving the BS Nursing Curriculum on October 16, 2007.”) and was granted its hard earned recognition by the Commission on Higher Education last October 23, 2007. And, during the same time of the year, the College graduated its first batch.

    Presently, it implements a revised curricula which conforms with CMO No. 30 (s.2001) and No. 14 (s.2009) to make the students more well-rounded and competitive in their chosen profession.

    The College of Nursing contains state-of-the-art Learning Resource Facilities (the Nursing Arts Laboratory), including its Skills Laboratory, Amphitheater, Anatomy Laboratory, two Community Laboratories, a Food/Nutrition Laboratory, etc, exclusively for students of the College.

    Among its achievements (despite being the youngest nursing school in the city) students who took the June 2008 Nursing Licensure Examination successfully passed and made the BatStateU-CON No. 1 in Batangas City, beating other institutions that have been around for decades.

    In the year 2009, the College finds itself expanding with more students with the adoption of BS Nutrition and Dietetics which originally was offered as BS Food, Nutrition and Dietetics under the College of Arts and Sciences. The program underwent visitation by the Board of Nutrition and Dietetics and was also granted permit to operate. Contributing to the success of the College, the National Licensure Examination for Nutrition and Dietetics garnered a 100% passing rate in the board examination for two consecutive years (2010 and 2011), thus reflecting the quality of education being implemented in the College. And since the adoption, the Nutrition and Dietetics program, along with BS Nursing co-exist under the flagship of the College of Nursing.

    The program builds on its strength in instruction through classroom education and clinical practice, extension services, research and scholarship by catalyzing the interplay of concepts among these realms to develop the next generation of leaders engaging in the practice of Nursing, and, Nutrition and Dietetics as a profession.

    From its humble beginnings, the College was transformed into a well-equipped and organized department that remains accessible to the poor and marginalized with quality and affordable education.

    Acknowledging the need for the other program in the college to be recognized and future programs undergoing Feasibility Studies, the Board of Reagents of Batangas State University on October 10, 2011 has approved a proposal that changed the name of the department from the College of Nursing into… the College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences

    The programs of the College remain strong with continued efforts to find more means of bringing further development to the College. Because in CONAHS, we believe that results speak louder than words…

  • CONAHS FACULTY

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    Charmaine Rose I. Triviño RN, MAN

    Dean, CONAHS

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    Victoria M. Magpantay RN, MAN

    RLE Coordinator

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    Chevelle V. Gaan  RN, MAN

    Research Coordinator

    conahs_leonidaLeonida Carolino RN, MAN

    Clinical Instructor

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    Rhia P. Perez MaEd

    Alumni Coor./IACEPO Coor.

    conahs_mylaMyla A. Argente RND

        Department Chairman, BSND

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    Maria Christina Bernadette Cepillo

    RN, MAN

    SOA Coordinator, Sports &

    Cultural Coordinator

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    Kristia Lei A. Reyes RND

    FIC, AHS, Extension Coordinator

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    Rysheer P. Quiatchon RND

    Planning Coordinator, IACEPO

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    Ma. Christina E. Bay

    Clinical Instructor

    CONAHS STAFF

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    Lea Celemin

          Administrative Aide III

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    Lilia Mendoza

    Administrative Aide VI

  • Download program curriculum :  BS Nursing (2012-2013) BS Nutrition and Dietetics (2012-2013)


    PROGRAM CURRICULUM

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing

    2012-2013

     FIRST YEAR

     

     FIRST SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 101 Theoretical Foundation in Nursing 54 0 0 54 3
    Eng 100 English Plus 54 0 0 54 0
    Eng 101 Advanced Grammar and Composition 54 0 0 54 3
    Chem 104 General Chemistry 54 108 0 162 5
    Math 103 College Algebra 54 0 0 54 3
    Fil 101 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 54 0 0 54 3
    SS 101 General Psychology 54 0 0 54 3
    PE 101 Physical Fitness, Gymnastics and Aerobics 36 0 0 36 2
    NSTP 101 National Service Training Program 1 54 0 0 54 3

     

     SECOND SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 102 Human Anatomy and Physiology 54 108 0 162 5
    NUR 103 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice 54 0 102 156 5
    Chem 106 Fundamentals of Biochemistry 54 108 0 162 5
    Eng 102 Study and Thinking Skills 54 0 0 54 3
    Fil 102 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 54 0 0 54 3
    PE 102 Rhythmic Activities 36 0 0 36 2
    NSTP 102 National Service Training Program 2 54 0 0 54 3

      

     SUMMER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 104 Health Assessment 36 0 51 87 3
    Hum 104 Logic 54 0 0 54 3
    Phy 100 Physics for Health and Allied Sciences 36 54 0 90 3

      SECOND YEAR

     

     FIRST SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 205 Care of Mother, Child and Family 72 0 204 276 8
    NUR 206 Community Health Nursing 54 0 102 156 5
    NUR 207 Microbiology and Parasitology 54 54 0 108 4
    BIO 104 Bioethics 54 0 0 54 3
    Hum 103 Philosophy of Man 54 0 0 54 3
    PE 103 Individual and Dual Sports 36 0 0 36 2

     

     SECOND SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 208 Care of Mother, Child, Family and Population Group at Risk or with Problems 90 0 306 396 11
    NUR 209 Pharmacology 54 0 0 54 3
    ND 201 Nutrition and Diet Therapy 54 54 0 108 4
    Eng 103 Oral Communication 54 0 0 54 3
    SS 102 Philippine History 54 0 0 54 3
    SS 108 Sociology with Anthropology 54 0 0 54 3
    PE 104 Team Sports 36 0 0 36 2

     

     SUMMER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 210 Health Education 54 0 0 54 3
    NUR 211 Nursing Informatics 36 54 0 90 3

    THIRD YEAR

     

     FIRST SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 312 Care of Clients with Problems in Oxygenation, Fluid and Electrolyte Balance, Metabolism and Endocrine  

    144

     

    0

     

    306

     

    350

    14
    Stat 102 Biological Statistics 54 0 0 54 3
    Hum 106 World Civilization and Literature 54 0 0 54 3
    SS 104 Life and Works of Rizal 54 0 0 54 3
    SS 105 Basic Economics with Taxation and Land Reform 54 0 0 54 3

     

     SECOND SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 313 Care of Clients with Problems in Inflammatory and Immunologic Response, Perception and Coordination  

    90

     

    0

     

    204

     

    294

    9
    NUR 314 Care of Clients with Maladaptive Patterns of Behavior 72 0 102 174 6
    NUR 315 Nursing Research 1 54 0 51 105 3
    NUR 316 Elective Course 1: Hospice Palliative Care 36 0 0 36 2
    Eng 104 Technical Writing 54 0 0 54 3
    SS 106 Politics and Governance with Philippine Constitution 54 0 0 54 3

    FOURTH YEAR

      

     FIRST SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 417 Care of Clients with Problems in Cellular Aberrations and Acute Biologic Crisis with Emergency and Disaster Nursing 108 0 255 363 11
    NUR 418 Nursing Leadership and Management 1 72 0 0 72 4
    NUR 419 Nursing Research 2 0 0 0 0 2
    NUR 420 Competency Appraisal 1 54 0 0 54 3
    NUR 421 Elective Course 2: Care of Chronically Ill and Older Persons 36 0 0 36 2
    Fil 103 Masining na Pagpapahayag 54 0 0 54 3

     

     SECOND SEMESTER Clock Hours
    Lec Lab RLE Total No. of Units
    NUR 422 Intensive Nursing Practicum 0 0 408 408 8
    NUR 423 Nursing Leadership and Management 2 0 0 153 153 3
    NUR 424 Competency Appraisal 2 54 0 0 54 3

                   PROGRAM CURRICULUM

    Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics

    2012-2013

     

    FIRST YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    Eng 100 English Plus 0 3 0 0 0
    Fil 101 Komunikasyon sa Akademikong Filipino 3 3 0 0 0
    Chem 104 General Chemistry 5 3 6 0 0
    Bio 102 General Biology with Environmental Issues 3 2 3 0 0
    Math 103 College Algebra 3 3 0 0 0
    SS 101 General Psychology 3 3 0 0 0
    PE 101 Physical Fitness, Gymnastics and Aerobics 2 2 0 0 0
    NSTP 101 National Service Training Program 1 3 3 0 0 0
    Total 22 22 9 0 0
    FIRST YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    Eng 101 Advanced Grammar and Composition 3 3 0 0 0 Eng 100
    Fil 102 Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik 3 3 0 0 0 Fil 101
    Chem 105 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry 5 3 6 0 0 Chem 104
    Hum 104 Logic 3 3 0 0 0
    Hum 101 Introduction to Humanities: Art Appreciation 3 3 0 0 0
    SS 108 Sociology with Anthropology 3 3 0 0 0
    PE 102 Rhythmic Activities 2 2 0 0 0 PE 101
    NSTP 102 National Service Training Program 2 3 3 0 0 0 NSTP 1
    Total 25 23 6 0 0

     

    SECOND YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    ND 201 Basic Foods 3 2 3 0 0
    HRM 205 Culinary Arts and Sciences 4 2 6 0 0
    NUR 102 Human Anatomy and Physiology 5 3 6 0 0
    CHEM 106 Fundamentals of Biochemistry 5 3 6 0 0 CHEM 105
    ENG 102 Study and Thinking Skills 3 3 0 0 0 ENG 101
    PE 103 Individual and Dual Sports 2 2 0 0 0 PE 101
    Total 22 15 21 0 0

     

    SECOND YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    ND 202 Basic Nutrition 4 3 3 0 0 ND 201, NUR 102
    PHY 101 Introduction to Physics 1 3 3 0 0 0
    ENG 103 Oral Communication 3 3 0 0 0 ENG 101
    LIT 101 Literatures of the Philippines 3 3 0 0 0
    STAT 101 Fundamentals of Statistics 3 3 0 0 0 MATH 103
    COMP 101 Introduction to Computer Science 3 2 3 0 0
    SS 113 Health Economics with Taxation and Land Reform 3 3 0 0 0
    PE 104 Team Sports 2 2 0 0 0 PE 101
    Total 24 22 6 0 0

     

    THIRD YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    NUR 207 Microbiology and Parasitology 4 3 3 0 0
    ND 303 Nutrition in the Life Stages 3 2 3 0 0 ND 202
    ND 304 Meal Management with Regional and International Cuisine 4 3 3 0 0 ND 202
    ENG 104 Technical Writing 3 3 0 0 0 ENG 102
    SS 102 Philippine History 3 3 0 0 0
    HUM 103 Philosophy of Man 3 3 0 0 0
    ACTG 101 Accounting for Non-Accountants 1 3 3 0 0 0
    Total 23 20 9 0 0

     

    THIRD YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    ND 305 Health Care with Related Experience (RLE) 5 3 6 0 0 NUR 102
    ND 306 Food Service System 1 3 2 3 0 0 ACTG 101, ND 303,

    NUR 207

    ND 307 Fundamentals of Food Technology 3 2 3 0 0 ND 201, NUR 207
    ND 308 Nutrition Therapy 1 3 2 3 0 0 ND 201, ND 303
    ND 309 Assessment of Nutritional Status 3 2 3 0 0 ND 302
    EDUC 305 Principles and Strategies of Teaching 3 3 0 0 0
    SS 106 Politics and Governance with Philippine Constitution 3 3 0 0 0
    Total 23 17 18 0 0

     

    FOURTH YEAR – FIRST SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    ND 410 Food Service System 2 3 2 3 0 0 ND 306
    ND 411 Nutrition Therapy 2 3 2 3 0 0 ND 308
    ND 412 Public Health Nutrition 3 3 0 0 0 ND 309
    ND 413 Food and Nutrition Research 3 2 3 0 0
    EDUC 401 Nutrition Education 3 2 3 0 0 EDUC 305
    SS 104 Life and Works of Rizal 3 3 0 0 0
    LIT 102 Literatures of the World 3 3 0 0 0 ENG 102
    Total 21 17 12 0 0

     

    FOURTH YEAR – SECOND SEMESTER
    Course Code Course Title Credit/s Hour/s RLE Pre-Requisite/s Co-Requisite/s
    Lec Lab SL C
    ND 414 Hospital Dietetics Practicum 4 0 0 0 200 All Professional Subjects
    ND 415 Food Service Practicum 3 0 0 0 150 All Professional Subjects
    ND 416 Public Health Nutrition Practicumealth Health Nutrition 5 0 0 0 250 All Professional Subjects
    Total 12 0 0 0 600

     

     

  • COURSE DESCRIPTION

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing Curriculum

     

    Fil 101 – Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54                   

    Pag-aralan ang Filipino bilang isang dynamiko na komunikasyon na gagamitin sa komunikasyong pagsasalita at pagsulat. Lilinangin ang apat na kasanayan sa pakikinig, pagsasalita, pagbabasa at pagsusulat sa pamamagitan ng iba’t ibang tekso at konteksto.

     

    English Translation: Art of Communication

    “Study the Filipino as a dynamic communications to be used in speech and writing. To develop the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing through various text and contexts.”

     

     Math 102 – College Algebra

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course includes the study of sets and number system, polynomials, special products and factoring fractions, radicals, linear and quadratic equations and word problems.

    SS 101 – General Psychology

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    Focuses on the basic principles, theories and processes governing individual behavior, growth and development, perception, learning, motivation and emotions, personality and abnormal behavior.

     

    Chem 104 – General Chemistry (Organic and Inorganic)

    Credit Units:               5

    Contact Hours:            54

    A comprehensive course covering the fundamental concepts and principles of chemistry, blending fact with theory in application, particularly to the various fields of students’ interest and generally to the physical world. Emphasis given to the correlation of the present concepts of atomic composition and structure with the physical and chemical properties of elements and compound. Descriptive organic chemistry forms the concluding topics of the course. Laboratory work is an integral part of the course. This involves the performance of exercises and experiments, which acquaints the student with some of the fundamental chemical laboratory operations as the basic concepts, and principles are illustrated.

     

    PE 101- Physical Fitness, Gymnastics and Aerobics

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    This course deals with the meaning, components, benefits and scientific basis of physical fitness as well as the administration of physical fitness tests. It also includes basic gymnastic skills and aerobic activities which are designed to develop the physical fitness of the students.

     

    NSTP 1 – National Service Training Program I

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course contributes to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community to improve health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizenry and other social welfare services.

     

    TFN 100 – Theoretical Foundations in Nursing

    Credit Units:               3                      

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course deals with the meta concepts of a person, health, environment and nursing

    as viewed by the different theorists. Likewise, it includes non-nursing theories such as systems,

    developmental and change theories. It presents how these concepts and theories serve as guide

    to nursing practice. It further deals with health as a multifactorial phenomenon and necessary core competencies that the nurse need to develop.

    Eng Plus                     

    Credit  Units:              non-credit      

    Contact Hours:            54

    A preparatory course to study of communication arts skills with ephasis on grammar and rhetoric.

     

    ENG 100 – Advanced Grammar and Composition

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This is a preparatory course to the study of communication art skills with emphasis on advance grammar and composition. It focuses on significance of words, sentences, paragraph and the whole composition.

     

    FIL 102 – Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    Ang kurso ito ay nagbibigay pokus sa pagbasa at pagsulat bilang kasangkapan sa pagkakatuto.Itinuturo sa kursong ito ang mga pagbasa ng iba’t-ibang genre ng mga tekstong nakasulat.Lilinangin din ang kasanayan sa pang-unawa gayun din ukol sa pagsulat ng iba’t-ibang sulating akademiko.

     

    English Translation: Reading and Writing for Different Disciplines

    “The course provides focus on reading and writing as a tool for learning. This course will also teach the reading of different genres of writing. The course will also cultivate the skills of perception on different academic writings.”

     

    NCM 100 – Fundamentals of Nursing Practice

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course provides the students with the overview of nursing as a science, an art and a profession. It deals with the concept of man as a holistic being comprised of bio- psycho- socio and spiritual dimensions. It includes a discussion on the different roles of a nurse emphasizing health promotion, maintenance of health as well as prevention of illness utilizing the nursing process. It includes the basic nursing skills needed in the care of individual clients.

     

    CHEM 126 – Biochemistry

    Credit Units:               5

    Contact Hours:            54

    It deals with the study of the chemical composition of living cells. This embraces the study of the chemistry of carbohydrates, lipids and protein, nucleic acids and enzymes and their metabolism when taken as food by man.

     

    PE 102 – Rhythmic Activities

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    The course focuses on the different recreational activities by which the students are taught how to express themselves through bodily movements with expression, precision, poise and grace. It deals with the fundamentals and basic steps in folk dancing, ballroom dancing, modern dancing, jazz and interpretative dancing.

     

    NSTP II – National Service Training Program II

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course is a continuation of the National Service Training Program I.

     

    Physics 100 – Physics

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    A one-semester course of introductory Physics covers the major division namely: mechanics, heat waves, sound and light, electricity and magnetism, and modern physics. Emphasis is on the fundamental concepts and basic principles, as applied to health.

     

    HA 100 – Health Assessment

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            36 lec and 51 RLE

    The course deals with concepts, principles and techniques of history taking using various tools, physical examination (head to toe), psychosocial assessment and interpretation of laboratory findings to arrive at a nursing diagnosis on the client across the lifespan in community and hospital settings.

     

    Hum Ana 101 – Human Anatomy and Physiology

    Credit Units:               5

    Contact Hours:            54 lec and 108 lab

    The study of the organ systems from the perspective of their structure, process and regulation of their structure, process, and regulation. The course specifically deals with cells, tissues, integument, skeletal system, and muscular system, nervous system, endocrine, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, digestive, urinary and reproductive.

     

    NCM 101 – Care of Mother, Child and Family

    Credit Units:               8

    Contact Hours:            72 lec and 204 RLE

    Principles and techniques of caring for the normal mothers, infants, children and family

    and the application of principles and concepts on family and family health nursing process.

     

    CHN – Community Health Nursing

    Credit Units:               5

    Contact Hours:            54 lec and 102 RLE

    Focuses on the in-depth discussion of the principles, approaches and strategies and processes to community health development. Equips the students with the principles of health education as a core Community Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) model.

     

    Micro/Para – Microbiology and Parasitology

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            54 lec and 54 lab

    This course is designed to assist students in the study of important microorganisms and parasites. It explains the physiology and pathogenic properties of bacteria, fungi and viruses as an introduction to disease causation, their biology, the infections they cause, host prevention, treatment and nursing responsibilities. The laboratory experiences provide specimen collection, handling and processing of specimens for isolation and identification of microorganisms and parasites involved in the infectious processes.

     

    HUM 102 –  Philosophy of Human Person

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    Deals with the study of man from existential phenomenology, Inquiry into man as openness to intersubjective discipline, man as a person, the knowledge of things, person and liberty, person and love.

     

    PE 103 –  Individual and Dual Sports

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    The course deals with sports which is individual and dual by nature. It includes background, meaning, terminologies, materials and equipment needed; skills involved; playing strategies and rules of     the sports.

     

    SS 102 – Philippine History

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course includes deep analysis and appreciation of Philippine History emphasizing the struggles of the Filipino masses, tracing their uprising against economic oppression and emerging social stratification.

     

    ENG 101 – Study and Thinking Skills in English

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course aims to provide students with effective language and thinking skills and language learning strategies necessary for academic studies.

     

    NCM 102 – Care of Mother, Child and Family and Population Group at-Risk with Problems

    Credit Units:               11

    Contact Hours:            90 lec and 306 lab

    This course deals with the concept of disturbances and pre-existing health problems of pregnant women and the pathologic changes during intrapartum and post partum periods. This course further deals with the common problems occurring during infancy to adolescence stage.

     

    ND – Nutrition and Diet Therapy

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            54 lec and 54 lab

    This course deals with the study of food in relation to health. It covers nutrients and other substances and their action, and interaction and balance in relation to health and diseases and the process by which organism ingests, digests, absorbs, transports, utilizes and excretes food substances. It will also focus in the therapeutic and food service aspects of the delivery of nutritional services in hospitals and other healthcare institutions.

     

    Eng 102 – Oral Communication

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    Effective speech communication for various situations. This course deals with the study of the English sound system, features of English speech, nature of the speech communication process and public speaking, include fundamentals of speech improvement toward effective oral communication.

     

    PHAR 100 – Pharmacology

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course introduces the student to math and procedures for safe and effective medication administration across the lifespan. This course includes an overview of drug classes and actions, as well as basic pharmacology as an integral part of nursing care as well as integration of concepts and principles related to drug administration.

     

    SOCIO ANTHRO – Sociology and Anthropology

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course aims to provide students with clear understanding of the study of people living in interdependence and of the culture they formed. It will provide a flashback on the origin of man and how he developed his culture along the history of civilization.

     

    PE 104 – Team Sports

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    Introduces skills and strategies of at least one-team sports such as basketball, volleyball, football, baseball and softball.

     

    SS 147 –  Logic and Critical Thinking

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    As a study of science and art of correct thinking, supports that application to help distinguish good arguments from bad ones, this includes the principles of clear and accurate thinking:  how to acquire and            process new information, how to reason about and judge competing claims.

     

    NI – Nursing Informatics

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            36 lec and 54 lab

    This course deals with the use of information technology system and data standards based on nursing informatics principles/theories. It further deals with the utilization of clinical information systems in the management and decision-making of patient care. A laboratory

    session shall be provided for practice application.

     

    Fil 103 – Masining na Pagpapahayag

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    Ang asignaturang ito ay sumasaklaw sa malikhaing pagsulat kaugnay ng apat na paraan ngpagpapahayag: descriptibo, naratibo, ekspositori at argumantibo na ang pokus sa mga estilo ng wika. Nililinang sa kursong ito nag kasanayan sa pagsasalita at pagsulat na pagpapahayag ng estudyante bilang indibidwal, bahagi ng etnikong grupo, mamamayan ng isang bansa at bahagi ng isang global na komunidad.

     

    English Translation: Rhetorics

    “This course covers creative writing which involves four ways of expression: descriptive, narrative,expository and argumentative which focuses on the styles of language. This course aims to develop skills in speech and writing expression of the student as an individual, part of an ethnic group, citizen of a country and as part of the global community.

     

    ENG 103 – Technical Writing

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course provides experience that will enhance writing proficiency – using English as a second language. It also provides practical guidelines on writing. It gives practical handles on more effective conducts of research from all sources, with emphasis on critical evaluation of sources.

     

    HE 100 – Health Education    

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course includes discussions of health education concepts, principles, theories and strategies as they apply in the clinical and classroom situations.

     

    STAT 100 – Biostatistics

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course is designed to meet the introductory statistical needs of students in the health related disciplines. The study includes topics on collection and presentation of the different statistical data used in health administration, frequency, distribution, measures of central tendencies, measures of variability, normal distribution and hypothesis testing.

     

    NCM 103 – Care of Clients with Problems in Oxygenation, Fluid and Electrolyte Balance, Metabolism and Endocrine

    Credits Units:              14

    Contact Hours:            144 lec. and 306 RLE

    This course deals with the principles and techniques of nursing care management of sick clients across lifespan with emphasis on the adult and the older person, population group in any

    setting with alterations/problems in oxygenation, fluid and electrolyte balance, nutrition and metabolism and endocrine function.

     

    SS 105 – Economics with Taxation and Land Reform

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This deals with how to use money wisely, how to make a living, how to run a business, and how to distribute property the available scare resources, and how to maximize profits and consumer satisfaction, among other things.

     

    HUM 103 – Humanities (Art Appreciation)

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course provides knowledge about aesthetics in nature and in human’s art.  It also makes students aware of the usefulness of each of the work of art, thus, enabling them to fully appreciate the things around them and further discover their skills in art performances.

     

    SS 104 – Life and Works of Rizal

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

                A study of the life and important writings of the greatest Filipino hero, Dr. Jose Rizal.

     

     

    NCM 104 – Care of Clients with Problems in Immunologic Response, Perception and    Coordination

    Credit Units:               14

    Contact Hours:            90 lec and 204 RLE

    This course deals with the concepts, principles and theories of human behavior and the care of the sick client across the lifespan with emphasis on the adult and the older person, population group experiencing alterations in Inflammatory and Immunologic Response and perception and coordination in varied settings.

     

    SS 106 –  Politics and Governance with Philippine Constitution

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course focuses on the principles and concepts, functions and workings of the government of the Philippines with emphasis on the Philippine Constitution.  It is intended to equip students with knowledge about the rights, duties and obligations as citizens to develop the civic skills and humane ideal requisites for responsible participation in the political and social life of a democracy.

     

    NRES 1 – Nursing Research 1

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            36 lec and 51 RLE

    This is an introductory course intended to equip the nursing students with concepts, principles in research starting from an overview of the major phases of the research process. The course will include discussion from formulation to dissemination of research findings, focus on the formulation of a research problem to the selection of the research design, planning and choosing the appropriate research tool for data gathering. This course will require the student/group to present a research proposal in a colloquium to apply knowledge and demonstrate skills and attitude in the conceptual, design and planning phases of the research process.

     

    NCM 105 – Care of Clients with Maladaptive Patterns

    Credit Units:               6

    Contact Hours:            72 lec and 102 RLE

    The course is designed to focus on health and illness across the lifespan of clients, population group with acute and chronic psychosocial difficulties and psychiatric illnesses.

     

    BE – Bioethics

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course deals with the application of ethico-moral and legal concepts and principles to issues that affect the practice of nursing. These provide the basis for appropriate decision making given varied situations, to prepare the learner to render effective, efficient and safe nursing care. Furthermore, related learning experiences provide opportunities to concretize commitment to nursing. The critical thinking process shall be used in the unit with the object to develop the intellectual capacity to conceptualize and contextualize what students

    know to particular ethico-moral and legal issues.

     

    ELEC 1 – Elective Course 1 (Hospice Palliative Care)

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    This course includes the concepts, principles and theories of hospice palliative care.

     

    NCM 106 – Care of Clients with Problems in Cellular Aberrations, Acute Biologic Crisis, Including Emergency and Disaster Nursing

    Credit Units:               11

    Contact Hours:            108 lec and 255 RLE

    It deals with the principles and techniques of nursing care management of sick clients across the lifespan with emphasis on the adult and older persons with alterations/problems in cellular aberrations, acute biologic crisis, including emergency and disaster nursing and IV Therapy.

     

    NRES 2 – Nursing Research 2

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            102 RLE

    This course is a continuation of Nursing Research 1 which includes collection of data, analysis, interpretation, summary and conclusion and recommendation. Advising is done throughtout the practicum sessions. The course will provide the student/group an opportunity the undergo the final research defense process to appreciate data gathering, analyze and interpret study results disseminate the findings and make recommendations based on the results of their respective studies.

     

    ELEC 2 – Elective Course 2 ( Care of the Chronically Ill and the Older Person)

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    It deals with the concepts, principles and techniques of nursing care management of those with chronic illness and the older persons.

     

    NCM 107A& B – Nursing Leadership and Management

    Credit Units:               7

    Contact Hours:            72 lec and 153 RLE

    This course deals with the application of the concepts, principles, theories and methods of developing nursing leaders and managers in the hospital and community-based settings. It also includes ethicomoral/ legal aspects of health care and nursing practice and the nurses’ responsibilities for personal and professional growth.

     

    INP – Intensive Nursing Practicum 2

    Credit Units:               8

    Contact Hours:            408 Clinicals

    Actual application of the theories, principles and concepts of clinical nursing practice to groups of clients in varied settings to refine nursing skills in the different basic nursing services including community. Emphasis is placed on integrating the multiple roles of professional nursing as a vehicle to enhance critical thinking and communication skills.

     

    CA 2 – Competency Appraisal 2

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            90

    This course deals with the application of the concepts, principles and processes basic to the practice of nursing with emphasis on health promotion, health maintenance, preventive, risk reduction, curative and rehabilitative aspects of care of sick individual with alterations in cellular aberrations, adjustment problems and maladaptive patterns of behavior, acute biologic crisis, disaster and emergency. It includes the utilization of the nursing process and the core competencies under the eleven (11) key areas of responsibility.

     

    Comprehensive Examination

    This is a nursing course offering that will enhance the understanding of the student of all the previous and health related subjects taken. This builds upon the end goal of helping the student crystallizes the major nursing concepts from Levels 1 to 4 in relation to the Related Learning Experience (RLE) of the student and in preparation for the local and foreign nursing licensure and other related professional nursing examinations prior to professional nursing practice here and abroad.

     

    COURSE DESCRIPTION

    Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics

     

    Fil 101 – Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54                   

    Pag-aralan ang Filipino bilang isang dynamiko na komunikasyon na gagamitin sa komunikasyong pagsasalita at pagsulat. Lilinangin ang apat na kasanayan sa pakikinig, pagsasalita, pagbabasa at pagsusulat sa pamamagitan ng iba’t ibang tekso at konteksto.

     

    English Translation: Art of Communication

    “Study the Filipino as a dynamic communications to be used in speech and writing. To develop the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing through various text and contexts.”

     

    ENG 101 – Study and Thinking Skills in English

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course aims to provide students with effective language and thinking skills and language learning strategies necessary for academic studies.

     

    BIO 101 – Fundamentals of Bio 1

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    An introductory science course which has comprehensive and integrated understanding of the concepts, principles and processes of biology. It provides perspective which places human and all other forms of life into evolutionary and ecological context. This enables students to relate biological concepts to their everyday experiences and to important environmental and health issues.

     

    CHEM 102 – Fundamentals of Chem 1

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    The course emphasizes in the development and importance of chemistry, modern theories of atoms and its structure, chemical bonding, chemical formulas, type of chemical reactions, redox reactions and stoichiometry. The subject includes discussion of states of matter, mole concept and solutions. It also features activities and laboratory experiments that enables students to experience and observe concepts taken.

     

    Math 102 – College Algebra

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course includes the study of sets and number system, polynomials, special products and factoring fractions, radicals, linear and quadratic equations and word problems.

     

    ND 101 – Basic Foods

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Principles underlying the preparation and cooking different classes of food, their composition, structure and market forms. It emphasize on the principles underlying preparation and cooking in order to maintain quality, palatability, nutritive value and acceptability meals. Laboratory experience will include the preparation of basic recipes to apply the above principles.

     

    This course is specially designed to provide knowledge about a science oriented food study. It helps to understand what happens to food and why it happens.

     

    It includes the latest discoveries and trend about food preparation and preservation. A deep understanding of the concepts related to the nature, composition of food would be developed here.

     

    PE 101- Physical Fitness, Gymnastics and Aerobics

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    This course deals with the meaning, components, benefits and scientific basis of physical fitness as well as the administration of physical fitness tests. It also includes basic gymnastic skills and aerobic activities which are designed to develop the physical fitness of the students.

     

    FIL 102 – Pagbasa at Pagsulat Tungo sa Pananaliksik

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    Ang kurso ito ay nagbibigay pokus sa pagbasa at pagsulat bilang kasangkapan sa pagkakatuto.Itinuturo sa kursong ito ang mga pagbasa ng iba’t-ibang genre ng mga tekstong nakasulat.Lilinangin din ang kasanayan sa pang-unawa gayun din ukol sa pagsulat ng iba’t-ibang sulating akademiko.

     

    English Translation: Reading and Writing for Different Disciplines

    “The course provides focus on reading and writing as a tool for learning. This course will also teach the reading of different genres of writing. The course will also cultivate the skills of perception on different academic writings.”

     

    CHEM 103 – Fundamentals of Chem II

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    This course includes basic concepts of thermodynamics, kinetics and equilibra, descriptive chemistry of elements with introduction to electrochemistry, nuclear and organic chemistry. This also includes the laws of thermodynamics in relation to the principles of thermochemistry.

     

    PHY 100 – Fundamentals of Physics for Allied Sciences

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            90

    The course includes concepts and principles of motion, statics, fluid, thermal, energy, magnetism waves and light.

     

    As a science it provide a good training in analytical thinking which is very important in training of scientific professionals. It includes major topics that are very relevant to daily life. The principles and concepts learned in this course could explain many life observations and could give answers to many common questions of the students. The problem solving ability developed in this course would help students tackle other related science courses.

     

    ND 102 – Food Selection and Preparation

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

     

    This is an introductory subject for the students to the exciting world of food exploration. It is designed to develop a deep understanding of the significant concepts related to the nature and composition of foods, which from the basis of their selection and preparation. This is a basic course on food, which aims to teach and train students to maximize the utilization of food starting form proper selection of food to storage, handling and cooking. Furthermore, this course will enhance the skills of students in food garnishing, table service and the art of napkin folding. Suck knowledge and skills that the students are expected to gain from this course are deemed very important for the students as would be professionals in the hospitality industry.

     

    ND 103 – Basic Nutrition

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

     

    An overview of the Nutrition and Dietetics profession. Nutrients- their function, interrelationships and utilization in the body, food sources, requirements and deficiencies. Laboratory experience includes use of dietary tools in the planning of nutritionally adequate meals.

     

    A working knowledge of the different nutrient needs by our body as well as the various nutritional requirements of each stage and its deficiency diseases. The learning and application of the nutrients for the particular demand of individual is necessary o prepare the students for their major fields to choose in then practice of their profession. It will also help the students to appreciate the food they eat and serve.

     

    The course Basic Nutrition is a scientific discipline used to evoke, measure, analyze and interpret the characteristics of food, its structures and mechanisms in human body from digestion down to secretion. The knowledge acquired is needed for thorough understanding of major subjects as food preparation and food selection, meal management and other allied courses/subjects.

     

    PE 102 – Rhythmic Activities

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    The course focuses on the different recreational activities by which the students are taught how to express themselves through bodily movements with expression, precision, poise and grace. It deals with the fundamentals and basic steps in folk dancing, ballroom dancing, modern dancing, jazz and interpretative dancing.

     

    ENG 104 – Oral Communication

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course orients students on the different principles involved in speaking. It also provides skills in speech communication for several occasions.

     

    SS 101 – General Psychology

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    Focuses on the basic principles, theories and processes governing individual behavior, growth and development, perception, learning, motivation and emotions, personality and abnormal behavior.

     

    CHEM 105 – Organic Chemistry

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    This course deals with he chemistry of different classes of organic compounds, alkanes, alkenes, dienes, alicyclic hydrocarbon, alkyl halides, alcohol, ethers and epoxides, carboxylic acids and derivatives, aldehydes and ketones, benzene and derivatives, phenol and ply functional compounds. This give emphasis on their structure and nomenclatures, physical properties, sources and uses, preparation and reaction mechanism. The course also covers activities and experiments to experience and observe the concepts taken.

     

    MP 100 – Microbiology and Parasitology

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Biology of the major groups of microorganism with emphasis on bacteria and an introduction to applied microbiology and parasitology. Basic principles and facts about microbiology such as its history and taxonomy will be tackled. The thrust is on bacteria – its morphology, nutrition, metabolism and the transfer of the genetic material. The subject also includes some of the most common human infections and their clinical management. In addition, the role of microorganism in everyday life will be given special attention.

     

    ND 106 – Nutrition in the Life Stages

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Growth and development throughout the life cycle, the role of food and nutrients in the maintenance of health of the vulnerable group, common nutritional problems. Laboratory experiences include planning and preparation of nutritionally adequate meals for vulnerable groups.

     

    A working knowledge of the different stages of human development as well as the various nutritional requirements of each stage. The learning and application of the general learning principle of feeding and improving for particular demands of individual is necessary to prepare the class for their major fields to choose in the practice of their growth and development as well as over-all health assessment. It will also help students appreciate the different nutritional needs of individual from pregnancy, infancy to adulthood.

     

    EDUC 104 – Principles and Methods of Teaching

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course deals with the methodologies of teaching in the classroom set up. As well as it is also applicable to BSND students in such case that it is prerequisite in their Nutrition Education course.

     

    NSTP 1 – National Service Training Program I

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course contributes to the general welfare and the betterment of life for the members of the community to improve health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation and moral of the citizenry and other social welfare services.

     

    PE 103 –  Individual and Dual Sports

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    The course deals with sports which is individual and dual by nature. It includes background, meaning, terminologies, materials and equipment needed; skills involved; playing strategies and rules of     the sports.

     

    ACCTG 1 – Basic Accounting

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This subject deals with the basics of accounting such as assets and liabilities; balance sheets and worksheets.

     

    ND 112 – Nutrition Education

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            90

    Principles of teaching and communication techniques in the dissemination and utilization of nutrition information for individuals or group. Laboratory experience includes practical training in the planning, preparation and implementation of nutrition education activities.

     

    There is far more of teaching and learning than merely dispensing information, yet the myth still prevails in much of health education that if enough information is provided, harmful health practices will be changed.

     

    This cours also includes concepts that will aid the students in appreciating the value of principles and psychology of teaching in disseminating information about health education.

     

    CHEM 126 – Biochemistry

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

     

    The course studies the composition and changes during growth and differentiation of cells in molecular terms. It focuses on the structure, nomenclature, properties and functions of the special classes of biomolecules. It also deals with the detailed discussion of important metabolic pathways in living systems. The coure wil provide the students a wide overview of the application of biochemistry in medicine, agriculture, food industry and human nutrition, It will also offer opportunity to learn the different ways to avoid certain disease and predict the consequences of wrong diet and wrong attitude/vices to our health. This course will try to develop student’s analytical skills to solve research, health, production and environmental problems.

     

    SS 102 – Philippine History

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    The course includes deep analysis and appreciation of Philippine History emphasizing the struggles of the Filipino masses, tracing their uprising against economic oppression and emerging social stratification.

     

    HA 100 – Human Anatomy and Physiology

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108 hours

    The study of the organ systems from the perspective of their structure, process and regulation of their structure, process, and regulation. The course specifically deals with cells, tissues, integument, skeletal system, and muscular system, nervous system, endocrine, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, digestive, urinary and reproductive.

     

    STAT 101 – Fundamentals of Statistics

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54 hours

    The course provides ways to organize and analyze data gathered from studies and with statistical tests useful for the thesis. It has emphasis on skills in problem solving that is basis of successful research study.

     

    PE 104 – Team Sports

    Credit Units:               2

    Contact Hours:            36

    Introduces skills and strategies of at least one-team sports such as basketball, volleyball, football, baseball and softball.

     

    ENG 105 – Technical Writing

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course provides exercises that will enhance writing proficiency – using English as second language. It also provides practical guidelines on writing. It gives practical handles on more effective conducts of research from all sources, with emphasis on critical evaluation of sources.

     

    SS 105 – Introt o Economics with TLR

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This deals with how to use money wisely, how to make a living, how to run a business, and how to distribute properly the available scarce resources and how to maximize profits and consumer satisfaction, among other things.

     

    HUM 102 – Philosophy of Man

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course deals with the nature of man, man and his actions, man and God, and contemporary man as its four main areas of study.

     

    COMP 101 – Introduction to Computer Science

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            90

    The course focuses on the study of computers, hardware, software and its processes. It also covers the study of different computer applications.

     

    HC 1 – Health Care I

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Concepts and principles in the provision of basic health care in terms of health promotion, health maintenance and disease prevention at the individual level and the family.

     

    ND 104 – Meal Management with Regional and International Cuisine

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Meal management is a decision making and action. Decisions are made in accordance with the desired satisfaction, but they must realistically recognize resources, which is the availability of the supply of money, time, energy and the knowledge, skills and abilities of one or more persons. To paraphrase, one can say that decision making is a force to manipulate what we have to get what we want. It also enables the students to develop values regarding the service of food and applies the rules in dining etiquette.

     

    ND 114  – Health Ethics

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    A working knowledge in Health Ethics will enable BSND students to gain an understanding to the basic principles involved in health care ethics. This subject can be applied when they deal with the ethical problems as future practitioners.

     

    LIT 102 – World Literature

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course focuses on the study of the representative works of world literature from antiquity, the middle ages and renaissance. The course emphasizes the study and consideration of the literary, cultural, human significance of selected great works of the Western and the non-Western literary traditions.

     

    RS I – Intro to Research

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This covers the concepts needed to further research and the research process, develop skills in conducting scientific research from identifying and defining the problem up to writing in the research paper.

     

    ND 107 – Food Service System I

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Principles, techniques and management used in large-scale production. Phases of the food service cycle, menu planning, purchasing, receiving, storing, issuing, preparing, merchandising and service sanitation and cost control. Laboratory experience include menu planning, standardization and quantification of recipes, portion control and utilization of left over foods.

     

    ND 108 – Diet Therapy

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Principles and rationale in the nutritional management of various disease conditions. Includes medical and alternative therapies. Laboratory experience is on nutritional modifications in various disease conditions.

     

    ND 110 – Nutritional Assessment

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Principles and methods of measuring and evaluating the nutritional status of individuals and population group both in clinical and public heath setting. Practical training in dietary and anthropometric assessment and understanding biochemical and clinical method assessment.

     

    ND 109 – Food Service Systems II

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Planning and lay outing of food service facility, principles of management in food service institutions. Application of the principles and techniques of Food Service System I for specific catering functions.

     

    ND 113 – Diet Therapy II

    Credit Units:               4

    Contact Hours:            108

    Continuation of Diet Therapy I. Includes the principles and techniques of individual and group counseling.

     

    SS 106 – Politics, Governance with Philippine Constitution

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course focuses on the principles, concepts, functions and workings of the government of the Philippines with emphasis on the Philippine Constitution. It is intended to equip students with knowledge about rights, duties and obligations as citizens to develop skills and humane ideal requisites for responsible participation in the political and social life of democracy.

     

    SS 104 – Life and Works of Rizal

    Credit Units:               3

    Contact Hours:            54

    This course focuses on Dr. Jose Rizal as part of our history. It discusses about the life and works of Rizal that teaches us thoughts about being nationalistic.

     

    ND 400 – On the Job Training

    Credit Units:              

    Contact Hours:            600 hours

    Hospital Dietetic Practicum (200 hours)

    Food Service Practicum (160 hours)

    Community Practicum (240 hours)

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