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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing is a major industry which is both science and technology in application. It has a defined organization, whose functions and responsibilities are executed toward its goal, in compliance with the cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practice). For this reason, Administrative Order #220 s. 1974  was created as reference. 

The implementation of AO# 220 s, 1974 is very significant to ensure that the product being manufactured posses the quality, purity, safety and suitability for human use or where they are intended for, at the highest standard and lowest cost.


This course will emphasize the development of basic scientific skills and concepts in chemistry, physics, earth science and biology. In addition, scientific vocabulary and reading comprehension will be addressed to assist students in furthering their science education.

 

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, the students must be able to:

   1. Explain how scientific explanations are formulated, tested, and modified or validated.

   2. Distinguish between scientific and non-scientific evidence and explanations.

   3. Apply foundational knowledge and discipline-specific concepts to address issues or solve problems.

   4. Apply basic observational, quantitative, or technological methods to gather data and generate evidence based conclusions.

   5. Use current models and theories to describe, explain, or predict natural phenomena.

   6. Locate reliable sources of scientific evidence to construct arguments related to real world issues.


Course Description: This course introduces students to the contemporary world by examining the multifaceted phenomenon of globalization. Using the various disciplines of the social sciences, it examines the economic, social, political, technological, and other transformations that have created an increasing awareness of the interconnectedness of peoples and places around the globe. To this end, the course provides an overview of the various debates in global governance, development, and sustainability. Beyond exposing the student to the world outside the Philippines, it seeks to inculcate a sense of global citizenship and global ethical responsibility.

Learning Outcomes:

At the end of the course you should be able to:

A. Competencies

1. Distinguish different interpretations of and approaches to globalization

2. Describe the emergence of global economic, political, social, and cultural systems

3. Analyze the various contemporary drivers of globalization

4. Understand the issues confronting the nation-state Page 2 of 3 The Contemporary World

5. Assess the effects of globalization on different social units and their responses

B. Skills

1. Analyze contemporary news events in the context of globalization

2. Analyze global issues in relation to Filipinos and the Philippines

3. Write a research paper with proper citations on a topic related to globalization

C. Values

1. Articulate personal positions on various global issues

2. Identify the ethical implications of global citizenship

Course Outline and Time Frame

Week

Date

Topic

Week 1

June 29, 2020

Course orientation, Grading system, requirements, relevance of the course

 

June 30, 2020

Definition and role of Science and Technology (S&T) Historical antecedents In the world: · Ancient · Middle · Modern Ages

 

July 1, 2020

History of S&T in the Philippines

 

July 2, 2020

Long Quiz

 

 

 

Week 2

July 6, 2020

Intellectual revolutions · Copernican · Darwinian · Freudian · Information · Meso-American/Asian/Middle East/African

 

July 7, 2020

 

July 8, 2020

The Philippine Government S&T Agenda Major development programs and personalities in S&T in the Philippines Science Education in the Philippines Selected indigenous science and technologies

 

July 9, 2020

Long Quiz

 

 

 

Week 3

July 13, 2020

The Information Age · Printing press/printed word versus manuscripts · Oral tradition · Telegraph/Radio/Television/Internet/Social media · Knowledge as power, French revolution as knowledge · Root of democracy (Every man a scientist) The Nano World · Molecular biology · Atomic physics

 

July 14, 2020

 

July 15, 2020

 

July 16, 2020

Midterm

 

 

 

Week 4

July 20, 2020

Biodiversity and the Healthy Society · Genetically-modified organisms · Science, Health and Politics

 

 

 

July 21, 2020

 

July 22, 2020

Gene Therapy Stem cell research

 

July 23, 2020

Long Quiz

 

 

 

Week 5

July 27, 2020

Climate change Environmental awareness

 

July 28, 2020

The Human Person flourishing in terms of S&T Technology as a Way of Revealing Earth as a gas station Calculative versus meditative thinking The use of art as a way out of enframing of modern technology Human flourishing

 

July 29, 2020

 

July 30, 2020

Long Quiz

 

 

 

Week 6

August 3, 2020

The Good Life · What is good? · Nicomachean Ethics

 

August 4, 2020

The Philosophy of Human Rights Human Rights vs Technology

 

August 5, 2020

Five Human Experiences Modern Technology Makes Impossible

 

August 6, 2020

Final Exam

 


The course deals with interactions between science and technology and social, cultural, political, and economic contexts that shape and are shaped by them. (CMO No. 20, series of 2013)

This interdisciplinary course engages students to confront the realities brought about by science and technology in society. Such realities pervade the personal, the public, and the global aspects of our living and are integral to human development. Scientific knowledge and technological development happen in the context of society with all its socio-political, cultural, economic, and philosophical underpinnings at play. This course seeks to instill reflective knowledge in the students that they are able to live the good life and display ethical decision making in the face of scientific and technological advancement.

This course includes mandatory topics on climate change and environmental awareness.

Course  Description: Creative Writing is designed for students to create original forms of descriptive writing, poetry, drama and fiction. Vocabulary development, creative writing techniques, and skills are explored. ... Writings are presented orally and in written form.

Bioethics is the study of the ethical issues emerging from advances in biology and medicine. It is also moral discernment as it relates to medical policy and practice

This course deals with the concepts and principles related to the study and identification of the different red cell antigen systems. Blood Banking deals with the application of specific blood group antigens and antibodies to Compatibility testing. Blood Transfusion deals with the entire blood donation process.


A course which deals with the study of the morphology and physiology of bacteria and their role in infection and immunity. Emphasis is made on their isolation, identification and susceptibility testing as an aid in laboratory diagnosis.



                    This course deals with the basic concepts and definitions of culture and leads physical therapy students toward better understanding of their own culture as a springboard for considering how patient care can be culturally appropriate for patients. It includes culture-specific information on various culturally diverse patient populations. It also explores dispositions to bias towards others as a way to develop patient care that is both sensitive and effective.

Overview. Health care ethic is the application of the core principles of bioethics (autonomy, beneficence, non maleficence, justice) to medical and health care decisions. It is a multidisciplinary lens through whicOverview. Health care ethics (a.k.a “medical ethics”) is the application of the core principles of bioethics (autonomy, beneficence, nonmaleficence, justice) to medical and health care decisions. It is a multidisciplinary lens through which to view complex issues and make recommendations regarding a course of action.h to view complex issues and make recommendations regarding a course of action.

The study of blood cells in normal and abnormal conditions. Instruction in the theory and practical application of hematology procedures, including quality control, quality assurance, safety, manual and/or automated methods as well as blood cell maturation sequences, and normal and abnormal morphology with associated diseases.

Ethics deal with principles of moral behavior in modern society at the level of the person, society, and in interaction with the environment and other shared resources. (CMO 20s 2013)

Morality pertains to the standards of right and wrong that an individual originally picks up from the community. The course discusses the context and principles of ethical behavior in modern society at the level of individual, society, and in interaction with the environment and other shared resources. The course also teaches students to make moral decisions by using dominant moral frameworks and by applying a seven-step moral reasoning model to analyze and solve moral dilemmas.

This course is organized according to the three (3) main elements of the moral experience: (a) agent, including context- cultural communal, and environmental; (b) the act; ( c) reason or framework (for the act)


This course introduces the student to the use of technology in education. It covers the concepts of alternative learning environment that include: student-centered learning, multi-sensory stimulation, multimedia, information exchange, and other approaches as proposed by the International Society for Technology in Education, the effective use of photo editing, graphics, animation and presentation software included.

 Course Objectives

By the end of the term, the student/s shall have acquired the following skills:

  1. Discussing the role of technology in education or learning.
  2. Describing alternative learning environments (student-centered learning, multi-sensory stimulation, multi-media, and information exchange, etc.).
  3. Explaining at five basic categories of media.
  4. Creating bulletin boards using Visual Principles.
  5. Designing instructional-media-enhanced lesson designs.
  6. Presenting lessons using instructional media.
  7. Appreciating the value of media in learning.

Rhythmic Activities (Philippine Folk Dance)

Part 1 - Study and appreciation of the literature of the region where the school is located in relation to the literature of the other regions of the country.

Part 2 - Study and appreciation of literature of the world originally written in the 21st century.

The development of reading and writing skills as applied to a wide range of materials other than poetry, fiction and drama

A course on the principles of speech and oral communication; including speaking and listening, correct pronunciation and diction, and the appropriate use of language in communicative situations.

This course deals with the study of medical conditions that lead to activity limitation and/or participation restrictions. The discussion includes cardiovascular, rheumatologic, integumentary, pulmonary, endocrinologic, genetic, infectious, pediatric and nutritional conditions.

 



Course  Description:

This course deals with the concepts, underlying principles, processes and implementation of a business plan. The preliminaries of this course include the following: 1) discussion on the relevance of the course; 2) explanation of key concepts of common competencies; 3) explanation of core competencies relative to the course; and 4) exploration of career opportunities.

LEARNING COMPETENCIES:

At  the end of the course all students shall  have;

1. Discuss the relevance of the course;

 2. Explain the key concepts of common competencies; 

3. Explain the core competencies in Entrepreneurship; 

 4. Explore job opportunities for Entrepreneurship as a career;

5. Recognize a potential market;

6. Recognize and understand the market; and

7. Manifest understanding of starting and operating a simple business;

Content:

1.Relevance of the course 

2. Key concepts and common competencies

3. Core competency in Entrepreneurship 

4. Career opportunities

5.Development of Business Plan

6. Market (locality/town) 

7. Key concepts of market 

8. Players in the market (competitors) 

9. Products and services available in the market; and

10. Business Implementation


  •          This course introduces students to the contemporary world by examining the multifaceted phenomenon of globalization. Using the various disciples of the social sciences, it examines the economic, social, political, technological, and other transformation that have created an increasing awareness of the interconnectedness of people and places around the globe. To this, end, the course provides an overview of the various debates in global governance, development, and sustainability. Beyond exposing the student to the world outside the Philippines, it seeks to inculcate a sense of global ethical responsibility.

Introduction to the practice of theater and the various curricular and program areas of the department. It includes critical analysis and discussion of the theater as an art form, including consideration of the functions of the playwright, actor, director, critic, designer, historian and theater architect. 

The course deals with interactions between science and technology and social, cultural, political, and economic contexts that shape and are shaped by them. (CMO No. 20, series of 2013) This interdisciplinary course engages students to confront the realities brought about by science and technology in society. Such realities pervade the personal, the public, and the global aspects of our living and are integral to human development. Scientific knowledge and technological development happen in the context of society with all its socio-political, cultural, economic, and philosophical underpinnings at play. This course seeks to instill reflective knowledge in the students that they are able to live the good life and display ethical decision making in the face of scientific and technological advancement. This course includes mandatory topics on climate change and environmental awareness.

This subject introduces you to the study of Science, Technology, and Society (STS) beginning with general concepts and its historical development. It also covers the impact of science and technology and their interactions within various social contexts, with emphasis on the role of science and technology in Philippine nation building.


This program tackles the development of exercise programs for musculoskeletal, orthopedic, rheumatologic, cardiovascular, pulmonary, surgical, obstetric, integumentary and geriatric conditions, and basic teaching skills for implementation of exercises. It also includes planning home exercises programs for patients, families or community groups

Art Appreciation is a three-unit course that develops students' ability to appreciate, analyze, and critique works of art.  Through interdisciplinary and multimodal approaches, this course equips students with a broad knowledge of the practical, historical, philosophical, and social relevance of the arts in order to hone students' ability to articulate their understanding of the arts.  The course also develops students' competency in researching and curating art as well as conceptualizing, mounting, and evaluating art productions.  The course aims to develop students' genuine appreciation for Philippine arts by providing them opportunities to explore the diversity and richness and their rootedness in Filipino culture.

Course Description:

This course is designed to support students in demonstrating creativity, coping with ambiguity, acting autonomously, and seeing opportunities where others see problems. In other words – the course supports students in discovering, developing and leveraging their entrepreneurial mindset.

Course Outcomes :

 By  the  end of  the course all students shall  have:

1. Explain 

  • The course is the study of the life and works of Dr. Jose Rizal, the Philippine national hero, his impact on Philippine History and nationhood, and his relevance to the present.

The course introduces the learners to basic understanding of media and information as channels of communication and tools for the development of individuals and societies. It also aims to develop students to be creative and critical thinkers as well as responsible users and competent producers of media and information.