Cor Jesu College

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Cor Jesu College
Kolehiyo ng Cor Jesu
Cor Jesu College Logo
Motto Ametur Cor Jesu, Ametur Cor Mariae
Motto in English

"Love be the Heart of Jesus, Love be the Heart of Mary"

"Excellence. Community. Apostleship."'
Type Private, College
Established 1959
Affiliation Roman Catholic
President Bro. Ellakim P. Sosmeña,SC
Vice-president Br. Ernesto Quidet Jr.,SC
Administration and Finance
Alex D. Niez,PhD,EdD
Academic Affairs
Principal Kirt Anthony R. Diaz,PhD
Integrated Basic Education (iBED) Department
Dean
Alex D. Niez,PhD,EdD
Graduate School
Atty. Genevieve Marie Dolores B. Paulino
Law School
Antonina H. Rebato,RN,MAN
Health Sciences
Ma. Elena C. Morales,PhD
Education, Arts and Sciences
Edgel Earl A. Abear, CPA,MBA
Accountancy,Business and Entrepreneurship
Jonas M. Placer,M.Eng
Engineering and Technology
Hermogenes C. Orion,Jr.,EdD
Special Programs
Location Sacred Heart Avenue
Digos City
Davao del Sur

6°45′8″N 125°21′13″E / 6.75222°N 125.35361°E / 6.75222; 125.35361 approx. value
Colors Red and White          
Nickname Cor Jesu Red Lions
Affiliations PAASCU, CEAP, DACS
Website www.cjc.edu.ph'

Cor Jesu College (CJC) is a Roman Catholic educational institution in Digos City, Philippines. It is guided by the teachings of the Church and the Charism of its founders, the Brothers of the Sacred Heart.

History[edit]

Founded and administered by the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, Cor Jesu College's roots trace back to June 1959, when Father Maurice Leveille, P.M.E. parish priest of Digos and on invitation of the late Bishop Clovis Thibault, P.M.E., three brothers of the Sacred Heart, Bro. Jean Paul "Elric" Beaudet, S.C., Bro. Conrad [Clement] Tranchemontagne, S.C., and Bro. Guillaume McCabe, S.C. took over the management of the 220 boys of the Holy Cross Academy of Digos under the administration of the Religious of the Virgin Mary Sisters (RVM). In their administration of the Boy's Department, the Brothers had six lay collaborators: Rosalio Deloria, Diosdado Ypil, Teodosio Geyrozaga, Pedro Soriano, Rogelio Magdayao, and Alfredo Barrera.

Today[edit]

As of today, the school site occupies 20 hectares comprising two campuses. The first campus, Cor Jesu Main Campus, located at Sacred Heart Avenue, Digos City, houses the Basic Education Department (Grade School and High School) and the majority of the College Department. The second campus, located at Sitio Power, Barangay Tres de Mayo, Digos City, is occupied by the faculty, staff and students of the Health Sciences Department and the Hotel and Restaurant Management of the Business and Accountancy.

Academics[edit]

Basic Education Department (BED)[edit]

  • Kindergarten
    • Junior Kinder
    • Senior Kinder
  • Grade School
    • Grade 1 to Grade 6
  • Junior High School
    • Grade 7 to Grade 10
  • Senior High School
    • Grade 11 to Grade 12
      • Academic Track:
        • Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM)
        • Science, Technology and Mathematics (STEM)
        • Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS)
        • General Academic Strand (GAS)
      • Technical-Vocational-Livelihood Track:
        • Housekeeping
        • Cookery
        • Computer Systems Servicing
        • Automotive Servicing
        • Electrical Installation and Maintenance
        • Driving
        • Shielded Metal Arc Welding
        • Machining

Higher Education[edit]

Education, Arts and Sciences[edit]

  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education with area of specialization
    • Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health
    • English
    • Mathematics
    • Filipino
  • Bachelor of Physical Education major in
    • School Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminology
  • Bachelor of Arts in English

Accountancy, Business and Entrepreneurship[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
  • Bachelor of science in Business Administration major in
    • Marketing Management
    • Financial Management
    • Human Resource Development Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology

Engineering and Technology[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Library and Information Science
  • Technical Education Program (Vocational Technology)
    • Machining NC II
    • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC II
    • Automotive Servicing NC II
    • Driving NC II
    • Tutorial and Regular Driving
    • Electrical Installation and Management(EIM) NC II
  • CORETECH - Research and Development and Technology Production Hub

Products :

    • Engineering Equipment / Apparatus - CE, ECE, etc.
    • Physics Apparatus for College and High School
    • Solar Powered Street Lights
    • Abaca Stripping Machines
    • Farm Implements
    • Other Technological Innovations

Health Sciences[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • 16-month Practical Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Midwifery

Law School[edit]

  • Bachelor of Laws

Graduate School[edit]

  • Master in Business Administration
  • Master in Public Administration
  • Master of Arts in Education Major in:
    • Educational Planning and Management
    • Teaching Economics
    • Teaching Business Education
    • Teaching Mathematics
    • Guidance and Counselling
    • Library Science

Socialized (Special) Programs[edit]

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
    • Financial Management
    • Marketing Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminology
  • Bachelor Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education
    • English
    • Filipino
  • Bachelor of Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Library Information Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Administration, Cor Jesu College (2006). "Student Handbook". College Department. pp. x–xvii; page 9. 

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