Ateneo de Davao University
Ateneo de Davao University is really a premiere Filipino, Catholic and Jesuit College founded by the Philippine Province with the Society of Jesus in year 1948 which aims to establish a standard of excellence in academic and spiritual formation in a variety of fields.
The College single-mindedly aspires to champion a strong tradition of educational excellence and of greater service. It provides a comprehensive formation underscoring the holistic growth with the individual as an individual (mind and heart), and as a member with the human community. It labors to recognize its mission of being “stronger in faith” (fortes-in-fide) in pursuit of God’s ultimate strategy. Within the spirit of service, different schools, schools, divisions and departments in the Ateneo community reach out to local communities and other institutions, living out its mission ad majorem Dei gloriam. By way of its diverse formation activities and student-centered systems, the Ateneo helps form young men and women into “persons-for-others” (maging-tao-para-sa-kapuwa)!!!
One significant initiative, which has been institutionalized within the core courses at the tertiary levels, is the Curriculum Integration dubbed as “Arrupe Program” below the Social Involvement Coordinating Office (SICO)! In this program, college students live with marginalized communities, such as indigenous peoples, farmers and fisherfolks, street kids along with the urban poor. Some students and faculty volunteer to build houses and homes for the internally displaced men and women (IDPs) in coordination with Gawad Kalinga. Thus, to enable the students to become persons-for-others, the Jesuit education insists on critical thinking, educational excellence, creativity, scholarly analysis, and personality development that includes integrity, and commitment to the poor and marginalized.
These sectoral exposures and immersions aid both Ateneo college students and faculty come up with a essential insight of the specific concerns and needs of several sectors inside Philippine society, a deeper understanding with the social issues of poverty and growth, and finally, a discernment directed at selecting different preferences for private action and social involvment.
At Ateneo de Davao University, you will witness the same “way of proceeding” to education and learning that is lived and practiced by Jesuit universities and institutions around world for much more than 400 years. Jesuit educated thinkers include Teilhard de Chardin, Mateo Ricci, Alfred Hitchcock, Horacio de la Costa, Rene Descartes, Dee Dee Myers, and Dr. Jose Rizal (The Philippine National Hero)!
The “way of proceeding” begins having a respect for the student as a person human individual, and his possibilities, a principle the Jesuits call cura personalis. Since they respect you, our teachers will challenge you to strive for greater private achievements in your life as a person. That second principle, known as magis, accounts for the tradition of intellectual discourse along with the demands that Ateneo education and learning will ask of you.
Every member of your Ateneo neighborhood strives to harness the maximum potential with the intellect, the hand as well as the heart although living a life within the service of other folks. Every school year a lot more than 1000 Ateneo students from grade school, by way of high school and school follow the Jesuit philosophy of individuals for other individuals, by sharing their time and energy in serving marginalized communities.
On each the undergraduate and the graduate level, an Ateneo formation adopts rigorous scholarship and ethical standards. The College of Law, known for emphasizing Christian ethics, also has numerous energetic pro bono programs beneath the Ateneo Legal Aid Services. Pupils inside Graduate Packages with the Faculty of Business enterprise and Governance assist non-profit organizations with organization plan and entrepreneurial opportunities. The Social Operate plus the Psychology programs incorporate research and fieldwork on peace and progress within the Davao regional area into their curriculum. The Graduate Programs of College of Arts and Sciences emphasizes environment, training and peace in its several educational course applications. The mandatory theology and philosophy courses are engaged to forming students of all varied cultures and faiths to encounter post-modern complications on morality and cultures.
The University is accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Affiliation of Colleges, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) and Federation of Accrediting Agencies within the Philippines (FAAP) – (a) Institutional Accreditation, (b) Degree III for Arts and Sciences, Enterprise, Education, Commerce and Accounting, Social Work, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Mechanical Engineering; – Level I for Personal computer Sciences; – Degree II for Secondary and Primary Education. It enjoys an autonomous status (2000-2012) and Center of Development for Facts Technology Training and Teacher Education and learning granted by the Commission on Higher Education and learning of the Republic with the Philippines. It can be also a charter member of the Association of Jesuit Faculties and Universities in East Asia and Oceania, and Davao Affiliation of Colleges and Colleges (DACS). It truly is also an active member of Catholic Educational Affiliation of the Philippines (CEAP), College Mobility in Asia along with the Pacific (UMAP)-CHED and Association of Southeast and East Asian Catholic Faculties and Universities (ASEACCU).
Social Science and Education Division Programs
|AB ECON||–||Bachelor of Arts in Economics|
|AB POLSCI||–||Bachelor of Arts in Political Science|
|AB PSYCH||–||Bachelor of Arts in Psychology|
|AB SOCIO||–||Bachelor of Arts in Sociology|
|AB IS||–||Bachelor of Arts in International Studies (Asian Studies/American Studies)|
|BEED||–||Bachelor of Elementary Education (General)|
|BEED-PS||–||Bachelor of Elementary Education – Preschool|
|BSED-ENGLISH||–||Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English|
|BSED-MATH||–||Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Math|
|BSED-PHYS||–||Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Physical Sciences|
|BSED-SS||–||Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Social Studies|
|BSED-BIO||–||Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Biological Sciences|
|BSSW||–||Bachelor of Science in Social Work|
Natural Science and Mathematics Division Programs
|BS BIO||–||Bachelor of Science in Biology|
|BS CHEM||–||Bachelor of Science in Chemistry|
|BS MATH||–||Bachelor of Science in Mathematics|
College of Nursing
|BSN||–||Bachelor of Science in Nursing|
Humanities Division Program
|AB ENG||–||Bachelor of Arts in English|
|AB LIT (N.O.)||–||Bachelor of Arts in Literature (currently not offered)|
|AB MC||–||Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication|
Engineering and Architecture Division Programs
|BS Arch||–||Bachelor of Science in Architecture|
|BS CE||–||Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering|
|BS Comp Eng||–||Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering|
|BS ChE||–||Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering|
|BS ECE||–||Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering|
|BS EE||–||Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering|
|BS IE||–||Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering|
|BS ME||–||Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering|
Computer Science Division Programs
|BS IS||–||Bachelor of Science in Information Systems|
|BS IT||–||Bachelor of Science in Information Technology|
|BS CS||–||Bachelor of Science in Computer Science|
Philosophy Division Program
|AB PHILO||–||Bachelor of Arts Major in Philosophy (Pre-Law)|
Business and Accounting Programs
|BSA||–||Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
(Note: The 4-year course program is replaced by a 5-year program effective 6 April 2010.)
|BS AcT||–||Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology
(Note: BSC-MA is replaced by Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology – BS AcT per CHED Memorandum Order No. 50, series of 2008, effective 6 April 2010.)
|BS FIN||–||Bachelor of Science in Finance|
|BS BM||–||Bachelor of Science in Business Management|
|BS MKTG||–||Bachelor of Science in Marketing|
|BS ENTREP||–||Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship|
|BS HRM||–||Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management|
Business and Governance Programs
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Doctor of Public Administration (DPA)
Master in Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Master of Public Administration (MPA) Accelerated Programs for Executives (APEX)
Master of Public Administration, major in Local Government Administration (MPA-LGA)
Doctor of Management – Human Resource Management
Dr. Leah H. Vidal, Ph.D.
Asst. Dean, Graduate Programs
School of Arts and Sciences
Tel (82) 221.2411 local 8403
Fax (82) 222.3228
Dr. Rustico V. Bernacer, DBA
Asst. Dean, Graduate Programs
School of Business and Governance
Tel (82) 221.2411 local 8404
Fax (82) 221.8103
Dr. Patria V. Manalaysay, R.N., MAN, Ph.D.
College of Nursing
Tel (82) 221.2411 local 8365
Fax (82) 225.8600
Telephone available only from 8AM to 5PM PHT (+8:00 GMT)
Tel +63 (82) 221.2411 (connecting all departments)
Fax +63 (82) 226.4116
CAMPUS POSTAL ADDRESSES
Main Campus mailing address:
Ateneo de Davao University
Roxas Avenue, 8016 Davao City