Available courses

2021-1 ACTG1014 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

The aim of this three-credit course is to introduce students to the fundamental concepts and techniques of the basic accounting system as it applies to sole traders, in both merchandising and service industries. The accrual basis of accounting is covered, together with end – of – period adjustments. Through exercises and problems, students will gain an understanding of the accounting cycle; demonstrate proficiency in performing tasks associated with the completion of the accounting cycle, including the preparation of the income statement, statement of owner’s equity and balance sheet. Students will also be able to interpret information presented on financial statements in order to make operational and investment related decisions.
Course Coordinator: Deserie Avila

2021-1 EDUC4256 MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION

This course focuses on the principles of classroom measurement and testing, test planning and construction, scoring and grading examinations, test analysis and statistics.  It analyzes the influence of assessment on cognitive tests, and addresses the various types of traditional tests. Test validity and reliability, assessing children with special needs and evaluating and reporting learning performance are also emphasized.

Course Coordinator: Mathias Vairez

2021-1 EDUC3552 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY

This course examines the individuals physical, psychological, and social development during the adolescent years by studying basic theories, research and cultural influences. Also, it examines the impact of the family, peers, and school of modern culture on the emerging adolescent. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), adolescence covers the period of life between 10 and 20 years of age.

 

Course Coordinator: Mathias Vairez

2021-1 EDUC3403 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING

This course studies the principles of psychology as they apply to teaching and learning. It addresses the concepts of classroom and behavior management, learning theory and motivation, individual differences, self-concept, discipline, intelligence and memory. This course is designed to assist the teacher in creating an effective learning environment and in developing prototypes for assisting their students in learning, memory and self-discipline.
Course Coordinator: Mathias Vairez