Southern Leyte State University

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Southern Leyte State University
Sogod
Former name

Southern Leyte State College of Science and Technology

Tomas Oppus Normal College
Motto Eruditio. Servo. Invenio.
Motto in English
Knowledge. Service. Innovation.
Type State University
Established March 7, 2004
President Prose Ivy Guasa-Yepes, Ed. D.
Location Sogod, Southern Leyte, Philippines
10°23′30″N 124°58′47″E / 10.39167°N 124.97972°E / 10.39167; 124.97972Coordinates: 10°23′30″N 124°58′47″E / 10.39167°N 124.97972°E / 10.39167; 124.97972
Campus 5 Campuses
Colors Blue      and      white
Athletics SCUAA
Nickname Webmasters
Affiliations AACCUP
Website http://www.slsuOnline.edu.ph

Southern Leyte State University (SLSU) is a premier public university in the Philippines. It is mandated to provide advanced education, higher technological, professional instruction and training in trade, fishery, agriculture, forestry, science, education, commerce, engineering and related courses. It is also mandated to undertake research and extension services, and provided progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.[1] Formerly the Southern Leyte State College of Science and Technology and Tomas Oppus Normal College, SLSU was created through the passage of Republic Act 9261 on March 7, 2004. SLSU is the only State University in the province of Southern Leyte.

Vision and Mission[2][edit]

Vision

  • A high quality corporate science and technology university

Mission

SLSU will:

  • Produce Science and Technology leaders and competitive professionals
  • Generate breakthrough research in Science and Technology based disciplines
  • Transform and improve the quality of life in the communities in the service areas
  • Be self-sufficient and financially viable

Colleges and Institutes[edit]

  1. College of Engineering and Technology
  2. College of Computer Studies and Information Technology
  3. College of Teacher Education
  4. College of Aquatic and Applied Life Sciences
  5. College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
  6. College of Business and Management
  7. College of Criminal Justice
  8. College of Social Works and Development (on the process)
  9. Institute of Arts and Sciences

Senior High School[edit]

  • GAS
  • HUMMS
  • TVL
  • STEM
  • ABM

History[edit]

SLSU- Sogod[edit]

On July 7, 1969, Sogod National Trade School was created by virtue of Republic Act No. 4352, a vocational institution tasked to answer the problem of lack of manpower training for adults and out of school youths. Twelve years after, the school once again was converted into Southern Leyte School of Arts and Trade, this time transforming it into an institution of tertiary education. Republic Act 7930 was enacted by the Congress of the Philippines on March 1, 1995 further converting the school into a chartered state College and renamed it Southern Leyte State College of Science and Technology (SLSCST). Republic Act 9261 which was enacted and approved by Congress and the Senate Republic of the Philippines on March 7, 2004, established the Southern Leyte State University by integrating the Southern Leyte State College of Science and Technology in the Municipality of Sogod and Tomas Oppus Normal College in the Municipality of Tomas Oppus. With this development, five higher education campuses were integrated to comprise the university since SLSCST has been made host to three other CHED-supervised institutions in October 1999.

SLSU- Hinunangan[edit]

College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

  • RA 5380 established the Hinunangan Agricultural and Vocational School on September 1, 1975.
  • RA 7931 converted the school into a tertiary institution and renamed to the Southern Leyte Institute of Agriculture and Technology
  • RA 9261 established the Southern Leyte State University - Hinunangan after its integration with SLSCST in 1999.

SLSU- Tomas Oppus[edit]

College of Teacher Education

  • Barrio Resolution No. 52, s. 1970 of Barrio San Isidro, Tomas Oppus, Southern Leyte established the Tomas Oppus Community College
  • P.D. 2024 converted the TOCC into a State College to be known as Tomas Oppus Normal College on February 1, 1986.
  • DECS Regional Office granted the school to offer a 4-yearcourse in AB and BSED programs in 1987
  • RA 9261 established the Southern Leyte State University through the integration of this college with SLSCST on March 7, 2004

SLSU- Bontoc[edit]

College of Aquatic and Applied Life Sciences

  • RA No. 3938 established the Bontoc Agricultural and Technical School on June 7, 1964 and three years later was renamed to Bontoc National Agricultural and Fishery School
  • BP Bilang 494 established the Southern Leyte Agro-Fishery Technical Institute which became a full-pledged tertiary institution on June 10, 1983
  • BP Bilang 888 renamed the school to Ruperto K. Kangleon Memorial Agro-Fisheries Technical Institute on November 22, 1985.
  • RA 9261 established the Southern Leyte State University- Bontoc after its integration with SLSCST in 1999

SLSU- San Juan[edit]

College of Business and Management

  • The San Juan Polytechnic College was formerly a Municipal High School established in 1946 and eighteen years later, it was converted into Cabalian National Vocational High School by Legislation.
  • In 1968, Congress changed the school into San Juan Comprehensive High School and by virtue of Batas
  • Pambansa Blg. 569 the San Juan Polytechnic College was established on June 24, 1983.
  • RA 9261 established the Southern Leyte State University-San Juan after its integration with SLSCST in 1999.

Degrees offered[edit]

College of Engineering and Technology (CET)[edit]

Department of Mechanical Engineering and Automotive Technology

  • BS in Mechanical Engineering
  • BS in Industrial Technology major in Automotive Technology
  • BS in Industrial Technology major in Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning

Department of Electrical Engineering and Electrical Technology

  • BS in Electrical Engineering
  • BS in Industrial Technology major in Electrical Technology

Department of Civil Engineering and Drafting Technology

  • BS in Civil Engineering
  • BS in Industrial Technology major in Architectural Drafting

Department of Computer Engineering and Electronics Technology

  • BS in Computer Engineering
  • BS in Industrial Technology major in Electronics Technology

Department of Food Science and Technology

  • BS in Food Technology and Entrepreneurship
  • BS in Industrial Technology major in Culinary Science

Department of Fashion Science and Apparel Technology (proposed)

  • BS in Fashion Designing
  • BS in Industrial Technology major in Fashion and Apparel Technology

College of Computer Studies and Information Technology (CCSIT)[edit]

Department of Information Technology

  • BS in Information Technology major in Programming
  • BS in Information Technology major in Networking
  • BS in Information Technology major in GIS Technology (proposed)
  • BS in Computer Science (proposed)

College of Criminal Justice (CCJ)'''[edit]

Department of Criminal Justice Education

  • BS in Criminology

College of Teacher Education (CTE)[edit]

Department of Secondary Teacher Education

  • Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Physical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Biological Sciences
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Social Sciences
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Filipino
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education major in MAPEH
  • Diploma in Basic Education Teaching

Department of Elementary Teacher Education

  • Bachelor of Elementary major in General Education
  • Bachelor of Elementary major in Special Education
  • Bachelor of Elementary major in Pre-School Education

College of Business and Management (CBM)'[edit]

Department of Hospitality Management

  • BS in Hospitality Management
  • BS in Eco-Tourism Management (to be proposed)

Department of Office and Business Administration

  • BS in Office Administration
  • BS in Business Administration major in HRDM
  • BS in Business Administration major in Marketing
  • BS in Entrepreneurship

Additional programs in Accountancy, Public Administration and Technology Management

College of Aquatic and Applied Life Sciences (CAALS)'[edit]

Department of Marine Biological Sciences

  • BS in Marine Biology

Department of Fishery Science and Technology

  • BS in Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (existing curriculum will be revised)

Department of Agro-Biological Science (proposed)

  • BS Biotechnology
  • BS Bioinformatics

College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES)'[edit]

Department of Agro-Biological Science

  • BS in Agricultural Technology (to be converted to BS in Agriculture)

Department of Agri-business Management

  • BS in Agricultural Entrepreneurship

Institute of Arts and Sciences (IAS)[edit]

Department of Arts, Languages and Communication (proposed)

Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (proposed)

Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences (proposed)

Graduate School (GS)[edit]

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Technological Management
  • Doctor of Education - Educational Management
  • Doctor in Public Administration
  • Master of Arts in Education
  • Master in Public Administration
  • Master of Arts in Teaching
  • Master in Management
  • Master in Technology Education
  • Master of Science in Information Technology

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Philippine Republic Act No. 9261 Section 2
  2. ^ Honrada, Nestnie. "Vision and Mission". www.slsuonline.edu.ph. Retrieved 2016-08-16.