Marinduque State College

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Marinduque State College (MSC) is a public college in the Philippines.

Campus[edit]

MSC consists of one main campus located at Boac, (capital of Marinduque) and three more branches located at Sta. Cruz, Torrijos and Gasan. MSC provides a learning resource center (library and multimedia services), student publication, Office of the Student Affairs (OSA) student organizations and activities, Guidance and Psychological Testing Services, Health Services (Medical and Dental), Scholarship and Financial Assistance Program; and Sports, Physical education and Recreation (SPEAR). It has services like dormitory, internet, canopy and study sheds, bulletin boards, and speech laboratory.

History[edit]

  • Republic Act No. 805, Approved, June 21, 1953, Approved by Congressman Panfilo M. Manguera, Signed into Law by President Elpidio Quirino

An act to establish, organize and maintain one National High School of Arts and Trades in the Municipality of Boac, province of Marinduque, to be known as the Marinduque School of Arts and Trades and to authorize the appropriation of funds for the purpose.

  • Republic Act No. 377, Approved, April 8, 1983, Approved by: Assemblywoman Carmencita O. Reyes, Signed into Law by: President Ferdinand E. Marcos

An act converting the Marinduque School of Arts and Trades into the Marinduque Institute of Science and Technology, broadening for the purpose its curricular programs in Science and Technology.

  • Republic Act No. 6833, Approved, January 5, 1990, Authored by Congresswoman Carmencita O. Reyes, Signed into Law: President Corazon C. Aquino

An act changing the name of the Marinduque Institute of Science and Technology in Barangay Tanza, Municipality of Boac, province of Marinduque to Marinduque State College.

  • Republic Act No. 7319, Approved, March 30, 1992, Authored by Congresswoman Carmencita O. Reyes', Signed into Law: President Corazon C. Aquino

An act establishing the College of Agriculture in Barangay Poctoy, Municipality of Torrijos; the college of Fisheries in Baranggay Pinggan, Municipality of Gasan; and the Marinduque Community College in the Municipality of Sta. Cruz, all in the province of Marinduque as branches of the Marinduque State College, Boac, Marinduque

MSC Hymn[edit]

Hail to the MSC, Oh Hail to thee
With loyal hearts do homage
We tried to the years we come today
Pray God to lead thy way
Thy song in meekness bow their hearts
With faces up, we stand to sing
Oh Hail to name MSC!

Hail to the MSC, Oh Hail to thee
Our beacon thy wisdom shall be
As light to guide us on your way
Whenever we shall be
And when the Lord of land and sea
Call us to heaven we still sing
Oh Hail to the name MSC!

Academics[edit]

Boac Campus (main)[edit]

School of Advanced Education[edit]

  • Doctor of Education (Major in Curriculum Development and Management)
  • Master in Education (Major in Education Management)
  • Master of Arts in Education (Major in Language Teaching)
  • Master of Arts in Education (Major in Guidance)
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Biology
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Chemistry
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Physics
  • Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics
  • Master in Public Administration major in:

- Organizational Studies - Local and Regional Governance and Administration

School of Engineering[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering

School of Allied Medicine[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Diploma in Midwifery
  • Caregiving Course

School of Industrial Technology[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

Major in:

  • Automotive Technology
  • Drafting Technology
  • Electrical Technology
  • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Technology
  • Garments Technology
  • Welding Technology
  • Mechanical Technology
  • Food Technology

School of Secondary Teacher Education[edit]

  • Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) major in: (Qualified for Level III by AACCUP, Inc.)

- Mathematics - Social Studies - Biological Sciences - Physical Sciences - Music, Arts, Physical and Health Education - Technology and Livelihood Education - Music Education

  • Certificate in Teachers Professional Education (CTPE)

School of Information and Computing Sciences[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

School of Arts and Sciences[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
  • Bachelor of Arts major in Communication Arts -(Candidate Status - AACCUP, Inc.)
  • Bachelor of Arts major in English -(Candidate Status - AACCUP, Inc.)

School of Criminal Justice Education[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement Administration

Gasan Campus[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Fisheries, major in Aquaculture

Sta.Cruz campus[edit]

School of Arts and Sciences[edit]

  • Bachelor of Arts major in Political Science

School of Tourism[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management

School of Information and Computing Sciences[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science for Reymond Lazarte
  • Bachelor of Science for Keymwell Joear Joseph A.Sace Jao sumo

School of Elementary Teacher Education[edit]

  • Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) major in:

- Early Childhood Care and Development - General Education

Torrijos campus[edit]

Four-year courses

  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Major in Animal Science,and Crop Science
  • Bachelor in Agricultural Technology

Two-year course

  • Diploma in Agricultural Technology

Officers of the College[edit]

The MSC Board of Trustees[edit]

  • Hon. Nona S. Ricafort - Chairman (Commissioner, Commission on Higher Education)
  • Dr. Romulo H. Malvar - Vice-Chairman (President, Marinduque State College)
  • Hon. Edgardo J. Angara - Member (Chairman, Senate Committee on Education, Arts & Culture)
  • Hon. Juan Edgardo M. Angara - Member (Chairman, House Committee on Higher & Technical Ed.)
  • Hon. Remigio A. Mercado - Member (Director, NEDA IV-B MIMAROPA)
  • Hon. Ma. Josefina P. Abilay - Member (Director, DOST IV-B MIMAROPA)
  • Hon. Cipriano G. Santiago - Member (Director, DA IV-B MIMAROPA)
  • Hon. Patrick Henry R. Manguera - Member ( Private Sector Representative )
  • Hon. Juan R. Fernandez, Jr. - Member (President, MSC Alumni Federation)
  • Hon. Panchito M. Labay - Member (President, MSC Faculty Federation)
  • Hon. Ramil S. Recalde - Member (President, MSC Supreme Student Council Federation)
  • Mrs. Maria Morena V. Santos - College and Board Secretary

Office of the President[edit]

  • Dr. Romulo H. Malvar - SUC President II
  • Mrs. Proserfina M. Mabiog - Executive Assistant for Internal Affairs
  • Dr. Carlos J. Andam - Executive Assistance for External Affairs
  • Mrs. Maria Morena V. Santos - College and Board Secretary
  • Dr. Diosdado P. Zulueta - Director for Quality Assurance
  • Mrs. Ma. Teresa C. Chavez - Head, Internal Audit Unit
  • Engr. Nelson Rufino M. Montejo - Director, Planning & Development Office
  • Mr. Randy T. Nobleza - Director, Gender Advancement & Development
  • Mrs. Mercedita M. Hermosa - Head, Civil Security Unit
  • Ms. Anna Roffel Ornedo - Head, Knowledge Information Management System (KIMS)

Office of the Vice-President for Administration[edit]

  • Dr. Homer L. Montejo - Vice-President for Administration
  • Mrs. Proserfina M. Mabiog - Chief Administrative Officer
  • Mrs. Sofia Dina C. Garol - Head, Finance and Budget
  • Mrs. Floriza P. Buenaseda - Accountant III / Director, Production Department
  • Mrs. Anne Grace L. Iledan - Supply Officer
  • Mr. Abraham Cuevas - Asst. HRMO Officer, Human Resource Management Office
  • Engr. Daisy T. Malapad - Head, Physical Facilities and Chief, General Services
  • Mrs. Carmencita Mascareñas - Head, Medical Services
  • Mr. Raoul J. Magcamit - Head, Income-Generating Projects

Office of the Vice-President for Academic Affairs[edit]

  • Dr. Leodegario M. Jalos, Jr. - Vice-President for Academic Affairs
  • Engr. Nelson Rufino M. Montejo - Campus Director, MSC Boac
  • Mr. Hilarion R. Elegado - Campus Director, MSC Sta. Cruz
  • Dr. Virginia M. Sotto - Campus Director, MSC Gasan
  • Dr. Alexander M.Pascua - Campus Director, MSC Torrijos
  • Dr. Victoriano R. Regio - Dean, School of Secondary Teacher Education
  • Mrs. Meldina Regio - Dean, School of Elementary Teacher Education
  • Engr. Bella Chita Monilla - Dean, School of Engineering
  • Dr. Julieta L. Go - Dean, School of Arts and Sciences
  • Mrs. Mercedita M. Hermosa - Dean, School of Industrial Technology
  • Mrs. Estelita S. Dela Santa - Dean, School of Allied Medicine
  • Dr. Homer L. Montejo - Dean, School of Advanced Education
  • Engr. Antonio Jerold R. Lantoria - Dean, School of Information and Computing Sciences
  • Mrs. Amelia M. Merano - Dean, School of Tourism
  • Mr. Michael V. Capiña - Dean, School of Agriculture
  • Ms. Paloma Dela Cruz - Dean, School of Fisheries
  • Mrs. Gemma A. Tirol - College Registrar
  • Mrs. Arlene M. Rualo - Director, Learning Resource Center
  • Mr. Diomenes L. Montaron - Director, Sports
  • Mr. Arnel M. Lantita - Director, Office of Student Affairs/National Service Training Program

Office of the Vice-President for Research and Extension[edit]

  • Dr. Diosdado P. Zulueta - Vice-President for Research and Extension
  • Dr. Carlos J. Andam - Director for Research
  • Engr. Ana Fe Molato - Director for Extension and Director, Intellectual Property Office
  • Dr. Julieta L. Go - Director for Information, Educational, Communication & Materials Dev't Office