De La Salle University College of Liberal Arts

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College of Liberal Arts
Kolehiyo ng Malalayang Sining
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Established

1918 [1]

1982 [2]
Type Private
Vice-Dean Dr. Feorillo Petronillo Demeterio
Academic staff 208
Location Malate, Manila, Philippines
Website www.dlsu.edu.ph/cla/

The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) of De La Salle University, formerly known as the College of Arts and Sciences was founded in 1918. In 1982, the College of Arts and Sciences was split into two colleges, the College of Liberal Arts, and the College of Science. The CLA provides Lasallians with a liberal education enough to develop the student in humanities and the social sciences. The college is now the most populous in the university, following the split of the College of Business and Economics into the College of Business and the School of Economics in 2010. The CLA Administration is located in 2nd floor of the Miguel Hall. The Departments of Literature and English are both recognized by the Commission on Higher Education as Centers of Excellence.

Academic departments of CLA[edit]

Degree offerings[edit]

Undergraduate Degree Programs[edit]

  • Bachelor of Arts (AB) in Behavioral Sciences major in Organizational and Social Systems Development
  • AB in Development Studies
  • AB in International Studies major in American Studies
  • AB in International Studies major in European Studies
  • AB in International Studies major in Japanese Studies
  • AB in Philippine Studies major in Filipino in Mass Media
  • AB in Political Science
  • AB major in Communication Arts
  • AB major in History
  • AB major in Literature
  • AB major in Organizational Communication
  • AB major in Philosophy
  • AB major in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts and BS in Commerce (AB-BSC or LIA-COM Program), major from any of the AB major fields, combined with any of the following Commerce degrees:
    • BS in Accountancy
    • BSC major in Advertising Management
    • BSC major in Business Management
    • BSC major in Legal Management
    • BSC major in Management of Financial Institutions
    • BSC major in Marketing Management
    • BSC major in Business Management with Applied Corporate Management

Graduate Degree Programs[edit]

  • Doctor of Arts in Language and Literature major in English
  • Doctor of Arts in Language and Literature major in Filipino
  • Doctor of Arts in Language and Literature major in Literature
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Theology
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Development Studies
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Filipino majors in Language and Literature
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Literature
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy
  • Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Sciences
  • Master of Arts in Applied Theology (Thesis/Non-Thesis Program)
  • Master of Arts in Communication major in Applied Media Studies
  • Master of Arts in Development Policy
  • Master of Arts in Education major in Religious and Values Education
  • Master of Arts in History (Thesis/Non-Thesis Program)
  • Master of Arts in International Studies major in European Studies
  • Master of Arts in Language and Literature major in Filipino
  • Master of Arts in Language and Literature major in Literature
  • Master of Arts in Philippine Studies
  • Master of Arts in Political Science
  • Master of Arts in Religious Education
  • Master of Arts in Religious Formation
  • Master of Arts major in Japanese Studies
  • Master of Education major in Religious Values Education with Specialization in Formative Counseling
  • Master of Education major in Religious and Values Education
  • Master of Fine Arts major in Creative Writing
  • Master of Health in Social Science
  • Master of History/Political Science
  • Master of Science in Psychology major in Applied Social and Cultural Psychology
  • Master of Science in Psychology major in Clinical Psychology
  • Master of Science in Psychology major in Human Development Psychology
  • Master of Science in Psychology major in Industrial Psychology
  • Master of Science in Psychology major in Organizational Psychology
  • Master of Science in Psychology major in Psychological Measurement
  • Master of Science in Psychology major in Social Cultural Psychology
  • Master of Philosophy

Certificate and Diploma Programs[edit]

  • Certificate in Teaching Religion
  • Diploma in Applied Theology

Notable alumni[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ As the College of Arts and Sciences
  2. ^ As the College of Liberal Arts