THE SCHOOL OF ARTS, SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
The School of Arts, Sciences and Technology serves as a support department and as a provider of academic programs leading to bachelor’s degree. As a support department it serves other schools by offering courses in the areas of Social Science, Humanities, Mathematics, Languages, Physical Science, Physical Education, and National Service.
As a provider of academic programs, it offers five curricula namely: Bachelor of Agricultural Technology, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Major in Crop Science, Bachelor of Science in Biology, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Bachelor of Music.
The School of Arts Sciences, and Technology seeks to develop in the students, ideals, values, interests and skills in the fields of Agriculture, Social Sciences, Natural Science, Technology, Music and Engineering within the framework of the Bible and with the purpose of preparing them to become skilled, responsible, and competent contributors to the well-being of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the society.
The School of Arts, Sciences, and Technology aspires to be a globally competitive center of training in the fields of Agriculture, Music, Technology, Engineering and Science Education, and fully committed to produce skilled and value-laden graduates.
1. To train the students to use English and Filipino effectively through the study of the sound system, structural patterns, vocabulary, and the mechanics of the language.
2. To cultivate in the students appreciation and value of the arts in any piece of work being studied.
3. To provide students with basic knowledge and skills to become responsible citizens through a broader understanding of the natural sciences, history, culture, and society.
4. To expose students to scientific observation, problem solving, evaluation of evidence and other scientific process.
5. To provide basic knowledge in civil engineering for students to become competent in the practice of their profession as contributor to the physical development of the organization and the community.
6. To produce graduates who are competent in the practice of their profession and who are committed to serve God and the community.