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University of Southeastern Philippines

University of Southeastern Philippines
Pamantasan ng Timog-Silangan ng Pilipinas
Unibersidad sa Habagatan-Sidlakang Pilipinas
USeP official seal
Motto Unity, Stewardship, Excellence, Professionalism
Established December 15, 1978
Type Public, State university
President Perfecto A. Alibin
Academic staff 592
Students 15,450 (approx. 5,000+ at Obrero Main campus)
Location Davao City, Davao del Sur, Philippines
Campus Obrero (main), Mintal, Tagum-Mabini, and Bislig
Colors Maroon,White and Yellow             
Athletics SCUAA and MASCUF
Nickname USeP
Affiliations CHED, DepEd, AACCUP, ACSCU-AAI, TESDA
Website .ph.edu.usepwww

The University of Southeastern Philippines (abbrev. USeP; Tagalog: Pamantasan ng Timog-Silangan ng Pilipinas, Cebuano: Unibersidad sa Habagatan-Sidlakang Pilipinas) is a national state university based in Davao City, Philippines. Founded in December 15, 1978, the university is an integration of four state institutions: Mindanao State University-Davao, the University of the Philippines-Master of Management Program in Davao, the Davao School of Arts and Trades, and the Davao National Regional Agricultural School.[1][2] It was the first state university in Davao Region.

The university has four campuses: Obrero (main) and Mintal campuses in Davao City, Tagum-Mabini Campus which has two units — one in Tagum City and one in Mabini in Compostela Valley Province — and Bislig Campus in Surigao del Sur.

USeP was the 5th best tertiary institution in the country and was included in 250-300 bracket as one of the best universities in Asia.[3]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Campuses 2
  • Academic Programs 3
    • Davao-Obrero Campus (Main) 3.1
      • College of Education 3.1.1
      • College of Arts and Sciences 3.1.2
      • College of Engineering 3.1.3
      • College of Governance and Business 3.1.4
      • College of Technology 3.1.5
      • Institute of Computing 3.1.6
      • School of Applied Economics 3.1.7
    • Davao-Mintal Campus 3.2
      • Undergraduate programs 3.2.1
        • College of Governance and Business 3.2.1.1
        • Other 3.2.1.2
      • Graduate programs 3.2.2
    • Tagum-Mabini Campus 3.3
    • Bislig Campus 3.4
      • Diploma of Technology 3.4.1
  • Rankings 4
  • References 5

History

On December 15, 1978 marked the birth of the first ever state university in Region XI. On this date, Batas Pambansa Blg. 12 was passed, thereby creating the University of Southern Philippines, the givers of the university's initial name not knowing that there was already a university of the same name, the University of Southern Philippines in Cebu, to be later renamed as the University of Southeastern Philippines.

The integration of the School of Arts and Trades (DSAT) and the Davao National Regional Agricultural School (DNRAS) paved the way for the birth of the five USeP campuses: the Davao City main campus in Obrero with an area of 6.5 hectares; the Mintal campus, Davao City that has an area of 2.8 hectares; the Tagum campus, Tagum City with a 77-hectare land area; the Mabini campus which lies in a 109-hectare land area in Mampising, Mabini, Compostela Valley Province; and the latest addition, Bislig campus in Bislig City, Surigao del Sur with an area of 9.7 hectares.

The early years saw birth of the College of Engineering and Technology in Obrero campus, the College of Forestry and Agriculture at Tagum and Mabini campuses and College of Arts and Sciences in Mintal campus. The succeeding years witnessed developments in the academic and administrative realms of USEP.

In 1993, through a Board of Regents (BOR) resolution, External Studies Programs were established. These were USEP-Hinatuan Ext. Program in Surigao del Sur; USEP-Baganga External Studies Program in Davao Oriental; USEP-Kapalong College of Agricultural Technology and Entrepreneurship and USEP-Pantukan External Studies Program.

In 1996, USEP-Bislig campus in Surigao del Sur was established. PICOP waived nine hectares of Barangay Maharlika, Bislig for the initial campus.

From 1993 to 1997, new units were created. Among them were decentralization policies under established policy guidelines, which has resulted to more effective and efficient units. The Evening Program implemented through BOR resolution No. 2732 accommodates students who could not make it in the regular day program with some variation in fees. Also, Summer Program has been approved. By the year 2001, the total number of curriculum offerings was 31 for the Graduate School and 28 for the Undergraduate Program.

Beginning 2002, the Office of the President under the administration of Dr. Julieta I. Ortiz identified and pursued Program Accreditation as one of the major thrusts of the university. The same year, three programs were awarded Level I status by AACCUP. These were BSED of USeP Tagum and Obrero, BEED of Obrero and Forestry and Agricultural Engineering of Tagum. Today, 16 of its undergraduate programs are accredited academic units.

Campuses

USeP's main campus building is located at Bo. Obrero, Bajada District, Davao City. Its provincial campuses are designated as Mintal (Davao City), Tagum-Mabini, and Bislig campuses. Later this year, they added a Santo Tomas campus situated inside the old STNHS campus called USEP Sto. Tomas - Sto. Tomas External Studies Center.

Academic Programs

Davao-Obrero Campus (Main)

College of Education

  • Teacher Certificate
  • BSED major in English
  • BSED major in MAPEH
  • BEED- General Education
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education for Islamic Studies for ETEEAP
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education in Special Education

College of Arts and Sciences

  • Master of Science in Biology
  • Master of Science in Applied Mathematics
  • Master of English in Applied Linguistics
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Language
  • Bachelor of Arts in Literature
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science in Statistics

College of Engineering

  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Geology
  • Geotechnical/soil engineering
  • Plumbing
  • Refrigeration and air-conditioning

College of Governance and Business

  • Master of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • Master of Science in Development Administration
  • Master of Public Administration
  • Master of Science in Environmental and Resource Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business Economics
  • Bachelor of Science Entrepreneurship
  • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

College of Technology

  • Bachelor in Computer Technology (BCT)
  • Bachelor of Industrial Technology (BIT)
    • Major in Automotive Technology
    • Major in Electrical Technology
    • Major in Electronics Technology
    • Major in Automotive Technology
    • Major in Mechanical Technology
    • Major in Air conditioning Technology
  • Bachelor of Technical Teacher Education (BTTE)
    • Major in Automotive Technology
    • Major in Electrical Technology
    • Major in Electronics Technology
    • Major in Automotive Technology
    • Major in Mechanical Technology
    • Major in HVAC Technology
    • Major in Computer Technoogy
  • Diploma of Technology(DT)
    • Major in Automotive Technology
    • Major in Electrical Technology
    • Major in Electronics Technology
    • Major in Automotive Technology
    • Major in Mechanical Technology
    • Major in Air conditioning Technology
  • Master of Industrial Technology
  • Master of Vocational Education

Institute of Computing

  • Master of Science in Information Science
  • Master of Science in Library Information Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

School of Applied Economics

  • Graduate Diploma in Economics
  • Graduate Diploma in Econometrics
  • Master of Science in Economics
  • Master of Science in Econometrics
  • Bachelor of Science in Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics major in Resource and Development Economics

Davao-Mintal Campus

Undergraduate programs

College of Governance and Business
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Public Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Community Development
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Business Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Agricultural Business Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
Other
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Technology
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Peace Education

Graduate programs

Department of Governance Studies

  • Master of Public Administration

Department of Business Administration

  • Master of Business Administration

Department of Development Studies

  • Master of Science in Development Administration
  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • Master of Science in Environmental & Resource Management

Tagum-Mabini Campus

College of Agriculture and Related Sciences

Undergraduate Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Forestry
  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Majors in: Plant Pathology, Animal Science, Crop Science, Enterprise Management

  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Education - English
  • Bachelor of Science in Education - Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology


Graduate Programs

  • M.S in Forestry, Major in Forest Resource Management


ETEEAP, Tagum and Bislig Forestry Curriculum

Bachelor of Science in Forestry (Obrero based)

Bislig Campus

  • Bachelor of Science in Forestry
  • Bachelor of Science in Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Diploma of Technology

  • DT-Automotive
  • DT-Electrical

Rankings

The University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP), a state university in Davao City, was one of the 15 Philippine universities that made it to the 2011 list of top Asian universities done by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).[4]

In 2012, USEP Davao made it for the first time to the 251-300 bracket in the Top 300 Asian Universities list of education and career network Quacquarelli Symonds (QS).

In the 2013 QS rankings released on its official website,[5] USeP is one of the Asian universities that occupied the 251st - 300th ranking. The University ranks top five (5) among other Philippine universities that made it to the list. The Philippine schools that occupied the top four (4) slots are the University of the Philippines at 67th; Ateneo de Manila University at 109th; University of Santo Tomas at 150th; and De La Salle University at 151st- 160th.

References

  1. ^ Philippine Batas Pambansa Bilang 12 Section 1
  2. ^ University of Southeastern Philippines QS University Ratings website
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ http://scoopboy.com/up-admu-ust-dlsu-usep-in-asias-top-300-universities/#_
  5. ^ http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/asian-university-rankings/2013

  • http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/asian-university-rankings/2011
  • http://www.usep.edu.ph/version/image/usep_brochure.pdf
  • http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/asian-university-rankings/2012
  • http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle/06/13/12/5-ph-schools-asia%E2%80%99s-top-300-universities
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