Mandaue City College

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Mandaue City College
Kolehiyo sa Syudad sa Mandaue
Mandaue City College logo.jpg
Mandaue City Cultural and Sports Complex, Don Andres Soriano Ave., Centro, Mandaue City
Type Government school
Motto "Your School, Your Second Home"
Established 2005
Number of students 6,000+ per Academic Year
Color(s) Apple Green, Bright Green, Yellow
Hymn Mandaue City College Hymn

The Mandaue City College (MCC)[1] is a government-recognized higher education institution in Mandaue, Philippines, established for deserving students, mostly graduates from barangay high schools, who have no access to education in mainstream private colleges or universities. There is another school called Mandaue City College (MCC Basak),[2] but it is not affiliated with this school.[3]

This is the only CHED-accredited local government higher educational institution in the City of Mandaue.[4]


The school was established by the Local Government of Mandaue through Ordinance No. 10-2005-324A, enacted by the 10th Sangguniang Panlungsod on September 27, 2005. This ordinance was later revised on October 7, 2010 pursuant to SP Ordinance No. 12-2010-568.


Program Major
Bachelor of Arts (AB) English, Political Science
Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd) General Content, Pre-School Education, Special Education
Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) English, Filipino, Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) Human Resource Development and Management
Bachelor of Science in Public Administration (BSPA)
Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM)
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (BSTM)
Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW)
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT - InfoTech)
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT - InduTech) Computer Technology, Automotive Technology, Drafting Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics Technology
Diploma in Professional Education (DPE)
Diploma in Pre-School Education (DPresEd)
Diploma in Special Education (DSpEd)

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Coordinates: 10°19′24″N 123°56′28″E / 10.3234°N 123.9412°E / 10.3234; 123.9412