Research Room/Theses Archives Room
The Research/Theses Archives Room houses the Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Bachelor of Science in Criminology, Bachelor of Science in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Food Technology and Bachelor of Science in Psychology students’ theses and faculty researches, as well as audio-visual materials that can be utilized as references in research work, academic papers, reports, and presentations of both students and faculty members. The room also serves as a meeting room when not in use for research purposes.
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN COMMUNICATION LABORATORY FACILITIES
This Multimedia Room is furnished with theater seats and equipped with a viewboard, as wells as audio/visual facilities. Aside from film classes and viewing, the room can accommodate 25 students and is likewise used for lectures and other oral presentations.
The Radio Laboratory Room, which is equipped with professional broadcast facilities and equipment, allows the Bachelor of Arts in Communication students to learn and develop their skills in news reporting, radio anchoring, hosting, and disc jockeying. In this laboratory, communication students can produce live and recorded radio programs.
The Computer/Editing Room contains desktop computers that allows students to create and edit desktop publishing projects, multimedia files, and more. It also serves as control room for TV Production and audio-video editing. Aside from the appropriate software for desktop publishing and multimedia production, the room also have internet access and anti-virus software.
TV Production Room
The TV Production Room houses the production of TV shows like talk, variety, news and magazine shows. With professional lighting, camera equipment, audio facilities, and backdrop, the facility can also be used as simulation area for TV Production classes. This facility also houses a make-up/change room with drawers, dressers, and standard mirror for the talents and props/storage room where students can prepare and store props needed for the production.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CRIMINOLOGY LABORATORY FACILITIES
The Crime Laboratory Room, which is often shortened to Crime Lab - is a scientific laboratory or a facility where the Bachelor of Science in Criminology students can use primarily forensic science for the purpose of examining evidence/s from sample criminal cases.
Crime Scene Room
The Crime Scene Room is a simulation room used by the Bachelor of Science in Criminology students to examine possible crime scenes.
Moot Court Room
The Moot Court Room is the facility where the Bachelor of Science in Criminology students can take part in simulated court or arbitration proceedings, which involve participation in oral argument and simulation of testimony by witnesses, cross-examination, or the presentation of evidence, and on the application of the law to a common set of evidentiary assumptions, facts, and clarifications/corrections to which the students are introduced.
Lie Detection Room
The Lie Detection Room is a facility where students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Criminology degree can practice using a polygraph examination to determine who poses a serious threat, which is the main goal of security screening. Students can also practice here minimizing false negative cases by examining the statements given by individuals deemed involved in a case.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY LABORATORY FACILITIES
Psychological Experimental Laboratory
The Psychological Experimental Laboratory is a facility that is being used by the Bachelor of Science in Psychology students for teaching, consultancy and experimental activities. It includes a covert observation room and small interview/audiovisual areas. It allows the psychology students to collect data from their participants using the same resources as professional psychologists.
Psychological Assessment and Testing Room
The Psychological Assessment and Testing Room is a facility that is being used by the Bachelor of Science in Psychology students to identify, operationally define, and measure a client’s adaptive and maladaptive behaviors and treatment goals; to identify, operationally define, and measure factors that influence a client’s adaptive and maladaptive behaviors and attainment of treatment goals; and to integrate assessment information in order to design and evaluate interventions that can improve a client’s quality of life.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES LABORATORY FACILITIES
Hatchery Pond Laboratory
The Fish Hatchery is the facility where the Bachelor of Science in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences students can use as an area for artificial breeding, hatching, and rearing through the early life stages of fish and other aquatic plants and/or animals.