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Programs Offered

Maritime Programs

Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation (BSMT)

The BSMT is a higher education degree program that covers competences defined under Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 and Table A-II/1 and some elements of Table A-II/2 of the STCW Code indicated in Section 11, 11.1 and other national and international requirements.

 

The BSMT deals with the study of navigation, cargo handling and stowage, controlling the safe operation and care for persons on board the ship at the operational level.

 

The BSMT Program aims to produce competent merchant marine deck officers on seagoing ships of 500 gross tonnage or more and qualified to pursue a professional career or advanced studies in related maritime field of specialization.

 

A.1 Program of Study for BSMT Program (Prospectus)

A.2 Program Outcomes

Graduates of BSMT should be able to:

PO1. Demonstrate the ability to perform the competence, at the operational level under Table A-II/1 and some elements of Table A-II/2 of the STCW Code;

PO2. Communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino;

PO3. Apply knowledge in mathematics, science and technology in solving problems related to the profession and the workplace;

 

PO4. Use appropriate techniques, skills and modern tools in the practice of the profession in order to remain globally competetive;

PO5. Evaluate the impact and implications of various contemporary issues in the global and social context of the profession;

PO6. Conduct research using appropriate research methodologies;

PO7. Engage in lifelong learning and understanding of the need to keep abreast of the developments in maritime practice;

PO8. Work independently and in multi-disciplinary and multi cultural teams;

PO9. Act in recognition and practice of professional, social, and ethical accountability and responsibility;

PO10.  Preserve and promote Filipino historical and cultural heritage;

PO11. Demonstrate a service orientation in one’s profession;

PO12. Develop leadership and management skills; and

PO13. Promote health safety and envirnomental culture.

Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering (BSMarE)

The BSMarE is a higher education degree program that covers competences defined under Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) level 6 and Table A-III/1 and some elements of Table A-III/2 of the STCW Code indicated in Section 11, 11.2 and other national and international requirements.

The BSMarE deals with the study of marine propulsion system and its auxiliaries, its operation and maintenance as well as controlling the operation of the ship and care for persons on board at the operational level of marine engineering. This program also deals with electrical, electronics, and control engineering.

The BSMarE program aims to produce competent merchant marine engineering officers on sea going ships of 750 kW propulsion power or more and qualified to pursue a professional career or advanced studies in related maritime field of specialization.

B.1 Program of Study for BSMarE Program (Prospectus)

B.2 Program Outcomes

Graduates of BSMarE should be able to:

PO1. demonstrate the ability to perform the competence, at the operational level under Table A-III/1 and some elements of Table A-III/2 of the STCW Code;

PO2. Communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino;

PO3. Apply knowledge in mathematics, science and technology in solving problems related to the profession and the workplace;

PO4. Use appropriate techniques, skills and modern tools in the practice of the profession in order to remain globally competetive;

PO5. Evaluate the impact and implications of various contemporary issues in the global and social context of the profession;

PO6. Conduct research using appropriate research methodologies;

PO7. Engage in lifelong learning and understanding of the need to keep abreast of the developments in maritime practice;

PO8. Work independently and in multi-disciplinary and multi cultural teams;

PO9. Act in recognition and practice of professional, social, and ethical accountability and responsibility;

PO10.  Preserve and promote Filipino historical and cultural heritage;

PO11. Demonstrate a service orientation in one’s profession;

PO12. Develop leadership and management skills; and

PO13. Promote health safety and envirnomental culture.

 

Non Maritime Programs

Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration

Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

Hospitality and Restaurant Services

Short Term Program

Housekeeping NC-II

Commercial Cooking NC-II

Food and Beverage Services NC-II

Bartending NC-II

Baking/Pastry Production NC-II

Admission Procedure

The Requirements for Admission in the Maritime Programs are as follows:

For Freshmen
  1. Student’s Admission Form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-001,Rev.1)
  2. Medical and Psychological Form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-003,Rev.0)
  3. Entrance Examination (Written and APRO tests)
  4. High School Report Card –Form 138
  5. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  6. Photocopy of Birth Certificate duly authenticated by the National Statistics Office (NSO)
  7. Mentally and physically fit and has no physical deformities/characteristics, e.g. cross eyed, cleft palate, deafness, deformities of the upper and lower extremities, etc.
  8.  Medical Examination: Chest X-RAY, ECG (Electro Cardio Gram), CBC (Complete Blood Count), Blood typing, urinalysis, Stool examination, Hepa B Screening (Hepa B antigen, Hepa b antibodies),Dental Certificate and Medical Certificate
  9. Ishihara Test and Visual Acuity and
  10. Hearing Test
  11. For SSC- Youth Profiling for Scholastic (YP4SC) Records
For Old Students
  1. Enrolment Checklist for Old Students (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-002)
  2. Medical and Psychological Form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-003)
  3. Student Evaluation Record (DCSP-ACA-Reg-012). For incoming Second Year and Third Year, no failing grade in the preceding two (2) consecutive semesters.
  4. Annual Medical Examination Result
  5. Annual Psychometric Examination by the Guidance Center
  6. Ishihara Test and Visual Acuity and
  7. Hearing Test
For Transferees
  1. Student’s Admission Form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-001)
  2. Evaluation of transcript of records and interview (by the Deans/Heads of the department or his authorized representative.
  3. Entrance Examination (written and APRO test)
  4. Certificate of Transfer Credentials
  5. Informative copy of Transcript of Records
  6. Certificate of Good Moral
  7. Photocopy of Birth Certificate duly authenticated by the National Statistics Office (NSO)
  8. Should have no grade below 80% per subject.
  9. Should have passed DCSP’s Maritime Test.
  10. Mentally and physically fit and has no physical deformities of the upper and lower extremities, etc.
  11. Medical Examination: Chest X-RAY, ECG (Electro Cardio Gram), CBC (Complete Blood Count), Blood typing, urinalysis, Stool examination, Hepa B Screening (Hepa B antigen, Hepa b antibodies) Dental Certificate and Medical Certificate
  12. Ishihara Test and Visual Activity
  13. Hearing Test and
  14. Transferees who are incoming third year students shall not be accepted to the college.

The Requirements for Admission in the General Education Programs are as follows:

For Freshmen
  1. Student’s Admission Form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-001)
  2. Medical and Psychological Form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-003,Rev.0)
  3. Entrance Examination
  4. High School Report Card (Form-138)
  5. Certificate of Good Moral Character
  6. Photocopy of Birth Certificate duly authenticated by the National Statistics Office (NSO)
  7. Medical Examination: Chest X-Ray, CBC (Complete Blood Count), Blood Typing, Urinalysis, Stool Examination, Hepa B Screening (Hepa B antigen and Hepa B antibodies) Medical Certificate and Psychometric Examination by the Guidance Center
  8. For HRTS-Youth Profiling for Scholastic (YP4SC) Records.
For Old Students
  1. Enrolment Checklist for Old Students (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-002)
  2. Medical and Psychological form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-003)
  3. Student Evaluation Record (DCSP-ACA-REG-012). For incoming Second Year and Third Year, no failing grade in the preceding two (2) consecutive semesters.
  4. For BSHM and Hotel Restaurant Services-Annual Medical Exam Result.
  5. For Hotel Restaurant Services: per qualification NCII
For Transferees
  1. Enrolment Checklist for Old Students (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-002)
  2. Medical and Psychological form (DCSP-REG-ADMISSION-003)
  3. Entrance Examination
  4. Certificate of Transfer Credentials
  5. Informative copy of Transcript of Records
  6. Certificate of Good Moral
  7. Photocopy of Birth Certificate duly authenticated by the National Statistics Office (NSO).