College of Arts and Sciences
Considered the oldest among the different colleges of Filamer Christian University, it first opened as College of Liberal Arts in 1973. In 1989, it was granted Level II accredited status by the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities Accrediting Agency Inc. In 2008, the College of Arts and Sciences, received its Level III accreditation from the same accrediting agency, the ACSCU – AAI, a proof of the quality of education which is “over and above the minimum required by CHED.
The leading College of Arts and Sciences meeting the challenges of the changing world.
Provide relevant and quality education.
To work for relevant, quality christian education for holistic human development.
- Provide undergraduate students with a broad foundation in humanities, social sciences, communication for further training beyond the baccalaureate degree.
- Equip students with effective basic communication skills, critical thinking and Christian values.
- Develop the degree of competence in the student’s chosen field of specialization necessary for immediate gainful employment.
- Build the student’s sense of social responsibility, nationalism, and internationalism.
A. Admission requirements for Freshmen and continuing students are listed under General Admission Policies for tertiary level. The College of Arts & Sciences admits students with general average of at least 80% and who are willing to follow and sustain the rules and regulations set by Filamer Christian University.
B. For Transferees
- Transfer credential/Honorable dismissal
- Copy of grades for evaluation
- Certificate of good moral character from the school last attended
- Photocopy of NSO-generated Certificate of Live Birth
- Admission Slip
- Police/Barangay clearance
C. For students who intend to enroll for summer only or for cross enrollment submission of summer permit/permit to study is a requirement.
D. For second coursers/students who have graduated from a degree program and wish to take units in any of the undergraduate courses under Arts and Sciences must present their official transcript of records with the special order indicated.
Retention of a student in the College will be based upon his/her academic performance during the previous semester. The criteria for retention are:
1. no grade lower than 2.5 in major subjects
2. not more than three failures or dropped subjects
Students with poor academic performance in the semester last enrolled who wish to apply for re-admission will have to get the Dean’s approval.
- Bachelor of Arts (Accredited Level II – ACSCU-AAI)
Major in: English, Economics, Community Development, Political Science and Theology
- Bachelor of Science in Biology
- Bachelor of Science in Mathematics