Academic Programs at a Glimpse

Carlos Hilado Memorial State College offers a total of 52 academic programs with a variety of specialization in the undergraduate and graduate levels.

24 undergraduate programs, 5 master’s degree programs and 2 doctorate degree programs are all accredited by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered College and University in the Philippines.

Degree Programs Offered

College of Arts and Sciences

Goals
Develop and implement programs in Liberal Arts and Sciences to achieve academic excellence and competencies geared towards the total development of the learners in their specialized fields.

  • AB English
  • AB Social Science
  • BS Psychology
  • Master in Public Administration* (effective Academic Year 2019 - 20)
  • Doctor of Public Administration** (effective Academic Year 2019 - 20)

*offered in Binalbagan, Fortune Towne, and Talisay campuses
**offered in Talisay Campus only

CAS

College of Business Management and Accountancy

Goals
The College aims to perform the four mandated functions: instructions, research, extension, and production, effectively, efficiently, and economically through:

  1. Promoting and sustaining quality instruction;
  2. Enhancing and sustaining green research and development activities;
  3. Promoting educational, socio-cultural, and economic advancement by developing collaboration, relationship, and partnership with the local communities and the nearby provinces and regions;
  4. Expanding and leveraging fiscal resources by pursuing sustainable alternative resource, revenue development projects, and activities; and
  5. Promoting proper utilization of resource and strengthening commitment to excellence through employees’ satisfaction, recognition, and quality work management.
  • BS Accountancy
  • BS Accounting Technology
  • BS Business Administration*
  • BS Entrepreneurship**
  • BS Hospitality Management***
  • BS Management Accounting
  • BS Office Administration
  • Master in Business Administration

*Offered in Binalbagan Campus only
**Offered in Binalbagan and Fortune Towne campuses
***Offered in Talisay Campus only

CBMA

College of Computer Studies

Goals
The College of Computer Studies aims to:

  • Produce graduates appropriately skilled and responsive to the needs of the ever fast-changing trends in ITE.
  • Develop creative innovators with the confidence and courage to seize and transform opportunities for the benefit of the society.
  • Provide continuous specialized faculty training and professional development.
  • Acquire, implement, and utilize technologies to support for the instructional, administrative, research and development, and extension needs.
  • Provide students with all the resource to enrich their educational experience in order to pursue careers as ITE professionals in industry, business, and services.
  • BS Computer Engineering (effective AY 2019 - 20)
  • BS Electronics and Communications Engineering (effective AY 2019 - 20)
  • BS Information Systems**
  • BS Information Technology*


*Offered in Alijis and Binalbagan campuses
**Offered in Alijis, Fortune Towne, and Talisay campuses

CCS

College of Criminal Justice

Goals
The Institution aims to:

  • Foster the virtues of honor, oneness, unity, loyalty, discipline, and service (HOLDS);
  • Prepare students for careers in crime prevention, law enforcement, crime detection, correctional administration, and other relevant career opportunities;
  • Encourage research and extension services, as being important development components and higher learning opportunities.

Objectives
The program aims to:

  • Foster the values of leadership, integrity, accountability, and responsibility while serving their fellowmen, community, and country;
  • Prepares students for careers in crime prevention, law enforcement, scientific crime detection, and correctional administration;
  • Encourage research and inquiry on the nature, causes, treatment, or punishment of criminal behavior and how criminal justice agencies respond to crime, criminals, and victims.
  • BS Criminology
CCJ

College of Education

Goals
Implement Teacher Education Programs for the elementary and secondary levels and endeavor to achieve quality and excellence, relevance and responsiveness, equity and access, and efficiency and effectiveness in instruction, research, extension, and production.

  • BE Elementary Education***
  • BE Secondary Education***
  • BE Early Childhood Education
  • BE Physical Education
  • BE Special Needs Education
  • BE Technology & Livelihood Education
  • BT Teacher Education**
  • BT Vocational Teacher Education*
  • Master of Arts in Education***
  • Master of Arts in Teaching***
  • Doctor of Education***

*offered in Alijis Campus only
**offered in Alijis and Talisay campuses
***offered in Binalbagan and Talisay Campuses

CoEd

College of Engineering

Goals
To develop scientific and technical knowledge anchored on sustainable fisheries productivity and promote linkages and networking in the implementation of fisheries programs and projects.

  • BS Civil Engineering
CoE

College of Fisheries

Goals
To develop scientific and technical knowledge anchored on sustainable fisheries productivity and promote linkages and networking in the implementation of fisheries programs and projects.

  • BS Fisheries
CoF

College of Industrial Technology

Goals
Develop world-class industrial workers and middle-level managers equipped with scientific knowledge, technological skills, and ethical work values to achieve a desirable quality of life.

  • BS Civil Engineering
  • BS Industrial Technology*
  • Master in Technology Management*
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Technology Management*

*offered in Alijis and Talisay campuses

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All Programs updated as of January 27, 2020

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Admission

No student shall be denied admission to Carlos Hilado Memorial State College by reason of sex, ethnic consideration, religious belief or affiliation (Sec. 4, Batas Blg. 477), provided that every application for admission shall meet all the entrance requirements prescribed by the college or department to which he/she seeks enrollment.

1. Applicant for admission to the doctoral program must be a holder of master's degree from any recognized institution.

2. Applicant for admission to the master's degree program must be a holder of bachelor's degree or its academic equivalent from any recognized institution.

3. Applicant for admission for the college degree program, secondary and elementary level must be a secondary school graduate, elementary school graduate, and a preparatory school graduate, respectively, from any recognized institution.

4. The applicant must submit to the college/department concerned the following minimum requirements:

A. New Student and Transferee

  • Duly accomplished Application Form (CHMSCETAF)
  • Original Report Card (for High School graduates)
  • Original Certificate of Transfer Credentials with photocopy of Transcript of Records for evaluation(transferee)
  • Birth Certificate, NSO if possible (Clear Photocopy)
  • Original Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • 3 pcs. 2x2 ID picture ( 1 registrar, 2 NSTP)
  • 2 pcs. 1x1 ID picture ( for the library)
  • Photocopy of Medical Certificate (for the clinic)
  • NCAE result (photocopy) - if available
  • Brown envelope with label (FAMILY NAME, FIRST NAME, MIDDLE NAME)

B. Graduate Studies

1. Entrance Exam Requirements

  • Transfer Credential (Photocopy)
  • Photocopy of Transcript of Records
  • 2x2 ID Picture

2. Enrollment Requirements

  • Transfer Credential (Original)
  • Transcript of Records (Photocopy)
  • NSO Birth Certificate (Photocopy)
  • 2x2 ID Picture
  • Marriage Contract (for married female applicant)

5. An applicant seeking admission shall take and pass both the written entrance examination and personal interview

6. In the College of Education, an applicant seeking admission should also pass the Standardized Aptitude Test (SATT) to be qualified for the interview.

7. Admission of the students shall be decided upon by the dean/head of the college/department concerned.

8. Admission of transferees and returnees shall be decided upon by the dean/head of the college/department concerned, provided that they shall meet the admission requirements prescribed by the College.

Note: All submitted documents shall become the property of CHMSC; hence these are not to be returned to the students.

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