About the College of Education
The teacher education program of Holy Name University then Holy Name College (HNC) is one of the first collegiate programs that were offered when the school formally opened in June 1947. Mr. Vicente Manalo was designated as its first dean.
In July 1950, the Bachelor of Science in Education was given government recognition. Five years later, in June 1955, the Collegiate in Home Economics was given government recognition and in June 1957, the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education was given the same.
It was during Fr. Lesage’s second term that DWC received government recognition for a four-year BSEED-HE and Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling.
In 1974, Dr. Guadalupe Saturinas was designated dean of the College. In 1988, Dr. Saturinas went on a study leave to finish her doctoral degree. Dr. Justiniana Dohig was appointed acting dean.
In June 2009, Dr. Roque Bongcac assumed the deanship of the College. In 2018, Prof. Jaremilleta Arawiran was appointed chairperson.
The College is Level II–PAASCU accredited and is recognized as Center of Development in Teacher Education by the Commission on Higher Education. This recognition which is given only to best schools in the country is an affirmation of the good quality of teacher education the College provides.
College of Education
College of Education
A dynamic teacher-training college harmonizing Catholic faith and instructional excellence for the service of society.
MissionWe commit ourselves to the:
- practice of Gospel values;
- education of highest standards aligned with the Christian principles and current realities; and
- formation of competent and responsible teachers in constant search of relevant knowledge.
We aim to:
- contribute to the building of a just, safe and progressive society;
- offer relevant, research-based and Christian-oriented curricular programs; and
- promote discovery learning by exposing students to various instructional contexts.
Academic ProgramsUndergraduate Level
Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd)
Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education (BTLEd)
Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd)
Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education (BCAEd)
Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd)
Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) with specializations in:
- Social Studies
Doctor of Philosophy in English Language Teaching
Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management
Master of Arts in Physical Education
Master of Arts in Education with specializations in:
- Teaching Secondary School Subjects
- English for IT
- Cultural Education
- Elementary Mathematics Teaching
- Teaching Elementary School Subjects
- Science Education
- Elementary Science Teaching
- Guidance and Counseling
- Administration and Supervision
Faculty and Staff
Dr. Roque Bongcac
Mary Roselle Bulilawa
Dr. Rafunzel Bulilawa
Prof. Bernarose Cadigal, MA
Prof. Jocelyn Deniega, MA
Dr. Ethel Doria
Prof. Arlene Loquias, MA
Dr. Michelle Rellita
Prof. Barnette Edsel Tatad, MA
Prof. Rufa Roxanne Bugash, MA
Prof. Naomi Digal, MA
Dr. Maria Angelina Ibba
Prof.Ted Bryan Ladaran, MA
Prof. Pedro Jr Marcojos, MA
Prof. Cesar Pagulong, MA
Dr. Guadalupe Saturinas
Maria Lourdes Culpa
Research and Publications
Devotion or Profanity: Examining the Boholano Folk Beliefs on the Instrumentalities of Floral Ornaments in Lenten Procession
Development and Validation of English Language Proficiency Test
Designing Authentic Assessments within Outcomes-based Teaching and Learning: Critical Reflections on Practice (published)
School Culture and Effectiveness (published)
|Young Educators’ Society|
|English Majors’ Society|
|Physical Education and MAPEH Majors’ Society|
|Technical Livelihood Education – Learners and Educators Society|