A Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC) was granted by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to North Luzon Philippines State College (NLPSC) to operate its new program, Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education (BCAEd), effective this Academic Year 2018-2019 as per CMO No. 82, series of 2017 – “Policies, Standards and Guidelines for Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education (BCAEd) Program”.

CHED Grants Program Compliance to New BCAEd Course

BCAED COMPLIANCE

A Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC) was granted by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to North Luzon Philippines State College (NLPSC) to operate its new program, Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education (BCAEd), effective this Academic Year 2018-2019 as per CMO No. 82, series of 2017 – “Policies, Standards and Guidelines for Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education (BCAEd) Program”.

NLPSC acknowledges the importance of preserving and promoting the culture and the arts of its stakeholders, specifically the students of indigenous communities that constitute the majority of enrollment.

The BCAEd program shall have graduates that are able to:

  1. teach effectively and efficiently culture and arts by applying the learned principles and theories in education;
  2. preserve and understand local culture and arts of the diverse community of the province through the duplicate of inherited art forms;
  3. manage development programs and projects that promote the local converging culture and arts of the lowland and upland communities of the province;
  4. conduct researches on the historic culture and arts to create new knowledge; and
  5. create new art forms from the dynamic and developing culture of the community.

The said certificate was issued on the 8th of February 2019 at the City of San Fernando, La Union. The BCAed program is headed by Engr. Karyl Beth Yesan as its Chairperson, and is one of the programs offered in the College of Teacher Education headed by Dean, Dr. Andres T. Malinnag, Jr.

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