Psychology

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Psychology

Sociology

The Department of Psychology offers baccalaureate and graduate degrees in Psychology and Guidance and Counseling to prepare students for careers as psychometricians, psychologists, counselors, mental health practitioners, psychology course instructors, and researchers in the fields of psychology and interdisciplinary social sciences. It seeks to develop the following competencies among its graduates:

  • A scientific approach to understanding social phenomena (Strong research orientation)
  • Leadership
  • Psychological applications sensitive to the local community context
  • Reflective self-assessment/self-care
  • Effective interpersonal skills
  • Supervised and consultative application

(Assessment, intervention, documentation and reporting)

  • Living the ethics of good practice
  • Excellence

 The Department imposes a strict retention policy requiring undergrad students to obtain a grade not lower than 80 on major subjects. For graduate students, the retention policy as stipulated in the Graduate School Handbook applies.

PROSPECTUS

FACULTY

RHODORA GAIL T. ILAGAN, PhD, MSc, CSSP, RP
PhD Clinical Psychology
(Department Chair)

GINA R. LAMZON, PhD, MA, RGC, RPm
PhD Psychology
(Assistant Director for External Affairs, Ateneo Center of Psychological Extension and Research Services [COPERS])

NELLY Z. LIMBADAN, PhD, MSc, RP, RPm
PhD Clinical Psychology
(Assistant Dean, Social Sciences)

ANALYN O. LEYSA, MA, MP, RPM, LET
MS Educational Measurement and Evaluation

RANDOLPH R. RESERVA, MA
MA Guidance and Counseling

DYESTER ABO-ABO, RPm*
BA Psychology

RYAN ROLF FUENTES, MA*
MA Theology, major in Religious Education
(Head Campus Minister, Higher Education Community)

*Part-time