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Bachelor Programs

BA in English

Introduction

The English program provides a comprehensive study of the English language and literature. It also includes speech analysis and speech writing. The major program focuses on the appreciation of truth, beauty, and refinements through contact with the classical as well as modern ideas and personalities in literature.

Goals and Objectives

  • Produce competent, versatile, knowledgeable, gender sensitive and environmentally conscious students equipped with literary and artistic skills and broad humanistic outlook in life.
  • Increases the capability of the students to pass professional and licensure examination and prepare for gainful employment where their trainings are maximized.
  • Inculcate in the students positive attitude and desirable values to become role models in the community.
  • Develop and evolve new areas of specification that call for the needs of the time.
  • Upgrade the quality of instructions in processes that will enhance the teaching learning atmosphere.
  • Provide Search scholarships programs, grants, and training for the faculty so as to promote professionalism and competence.
  • Encourage researchers toward theory- building and information technology.
  • Strengthen community outreach programs by identifying clientele’s needs and priorities.
  • Forge linkages with all sectors of society with the end of promoting a civil, productive, and involved citizenry.
  • Undertake relevant extension service through the conduct of continuing and non-formal education program.
  • Spearhead curriculum changes to meet the changing needs of dynamic society.

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General Education Program

Introduction

PIC’s General Education program is designed to enable students to acquire knowledge through critical information gathering, including reading and listening, computer-assisted searching, and scientific experimentation and observation.

Courses within the structure of General Education become an integral part of the overall educational experience. These courses may be relevant to a major or to an individual’s interests.

The course selections are designed to provide students with a well-rounded academic experience within an integrated curriculum that allows for individual flexibility.

The Bachelor of General Education degree program is offered to maximize opportunities for individuals to reach personal goals, meet job requirements, and advance their careers. The purpose of the degree is to meet the needs of undergraduates who wish to tailor their own degree program to meet their specific educational and career needs. Skills include the ability to reason logically and quantitatively and to communicate effectively; an understanding of the sciences that makes sense of the natural environment; a familiarity with the cultural movements that have shaped societies and their values; and an appreciation for the enduring arts that express, inspire, and continually change these values. General Education, in essence, augments and rounds out the specialized training students receive in their majors and aims to cultivate a knowledgeable, informed, literate human being.

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BSGED Music Education

Introduction

Our Music Education Major provides students a wide range of opportunities to learn about music and grow as a performers. Our instructors bring a wealth of diverse skills and approaches to their teaching. Their shared teaching goals includes:

  • Giving students a solid foundation all facets of music.
  • Providing a range of performance and creative opportunities.
  • Offering diverse music theory and digital music courses.
  • Creating a dynamic, rich learning environment for students to pursue their passion for music and performing

Program Offers

Our curriculum is modeled on the best features of a music conservatory, but we are small enough to offer personal attention. Music lessons constitute two credits, and are graded. It carries the additional requirement of taking a music theory course during the first or second semester of study, and performing in a College ensemble for the first four semesters of study. Students must audition for lessons, demonstrating at least a moderate facility with their instrument.

Beginning vocalists and pianists can take Basic Vocal Skills or Basic Keyboard Skills that are one-credit lessons designed for students with minimal background. Each one require a music theory course as either a prerequisite or parallel registration. Whether you are contemplating a career in music or simply enjoy learning and making music, the department is here for you.

The Music Education Major aims to achieve a local and regional position of distinction and brilliance in teaching music. It also seeks to cooperate with and contribute to the richness and diversity of world music. Department’s mission is to provide a precise academic program in the field of music covering its various branches such as musical performance, playing on instruments, and singing. The program aspires to provide the students with both theoretical as well as practical background that is academically sufficient and practically adequate. Moreover, our goal is to equip the students with the necessary advanced technical and professional skills in the various areas of sophisticated musical performance.

Knowledge in this field shall definitely provide students with opportunities to explore in different aspects of music in greater depth, as a preliminary to a more specialized study. The program will serve as a good foundation in molding the students to become a sought after individual in this field possessing a virtually outstanding personality.

For you, music is not just a hobby; it is going to be your career. You can choose where your heart is from music education, performance, music business, healthcare, worship, music production, music technology, music publishing, and musical theater. These are the options you may be interested with after completing the program. You can have a profession as vocal and instrumental music teachers, music supervisor , administrator , librarian, vocalist, conductor, band-amateur or professional, composer, arranger, accompanist, choir director, producer, manager, music therapist, speech pathologist, critic, producer and, editor. Our faculties are here to guide you in your line of journey.

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Social Welfare Education

Introduction

Bachelor of Science Education Major in Social Welfare focuses on preparing a generalist social worker so that graduates are prepared to work with a variety of clients in a variety of settings. Baccalaureate-level social workers work in a variety of settings ranging from schools to child welfare to mental health services and including case management, client advocacy, and counseling interventions.

Goals And Objectives

  • To provide access to social work education to students from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and socioeconomic statuses, and prepare students for future professional development and graduate study.
  • To prepare baccalaureate-level social workers for culturally-sensitive, generalist practice in an interconnected world.
  • To promote understanding of urban and global social problems while preparing professional workers to empower, advocate, and otherwise meet the needs of marginalized populations and work for social change.

Curriculum is conceptualized as embodying three interrelated fields of study: the core knowledge that is knowledge and information explaining the social work orientation; practice knowledge that is knowledge of specific practice skills, techniques, environments and client circumstances; and, application that is knowledge informed by the interplay between the core and practice bases and real life situations and experiences.

The BSGED Major in Social Welfare provides strong preparation for many careers in child welfare services, developmental disabilities, drug and alcohol programs, services to the aged, family services and in elementary and secondary schools. The degree also serves as a useful pre-professional major for education, law, public health, public policy, and related fields.

Academic Credit

* The Social Work Program will not accept or give academic credit for life experiences or previous work experiences.

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BSGED Educational Management

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science in General Education Major in Educational Management goal is to prepare and produce capable, skillful, and dynamic educational leaders for a diverse society. Through the use of theory and practice, we aim to develop and to change agents and role models for socially-just educational systems.

Work offered is primarily for graduate students working toward the Master of Arts, Doctor of Education, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

The Department of Educational Management prepares:

  • personnel for administrative positions in the public schools,
  • administrators for positions in higher education, and
  • educational management specialists for non-school positions in business, industry, and government.

In addition, the department provides service courses in the social, historical, and philosophical foundations of education at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

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Physical Education

Introduction

Physical Education is the process by which changes in the individual are bought about through movements’ experiences. Physical Education aims not only at physical development but is also concerned with education of the whole person through physical activities. Pacific InterContinental College (PIC) provides the necessary pedagogical and kinesiological skills so that children and youths able to perform these lifestyle activities in a safe and efficient manner.

Mission

The mission of the physical education major is to prepare students for teaching physical education in schools, in addition to provide opportunities to enhance the quality of life for the college community by promoting physical fitness, wellness and lifetime activity skills. The aim of the department is to contribute to the total education of all students through the medium of physical activity. The program provides an opportunity for instruction and experience in a variety of activities in all levels. It is our hope that participation in this program shall foster an understanding of movement and the pleasure of exercise and will enhance, by practice, qualities of good sportsmanship, leadership, and cooperation in team play. Students are also encouraged to develop skill and interest in a variety of activities that can be enjoyed after graduation.

Goals

  • To provide an environment that supports students in becoming self-directed learners, critical thinkers and good communicators.
  • To promote the lifelong involvement of students in their community and professions.
  • To develop faculty/student connections that support the educational experience.
  • To provide students with the opportunity to attain physical fitness and wellness.

Objectives

  • Demonstrates competency in many movement forms and proficiency in a few movement forms (motor skills).
  • Applies movement concepts and principles to the learning and development of motor skills (learning concepts).
  • Achieves and maintains a health-enhancing level of physical fitness (is physically fit).
  • Demonstrates responsible personal and social behavior in physical activity settings (personal and social skills).
  • Demonstrates understanding and respect for differences among people in physical activity setting (diversity).
  • Understands the physical activity that provides opportunities for enjoyment, challenge, self-expression and social interaction (values exercise).

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Speech Communication

Introduction

The Pacific InterContinental College (PIC)’s Speech Communication Major delivers a high quality speech program designed to prepare students to effectively communicate. Our course programming meets the needs of a widely diverse student population. Students are able to take speech courses to meet their General Education and Transfer Requirements in the areas of Oral Communication, Humanities, Critical Thinking and Social Sciences. Courses can be taken as either traditional 18-week courses or condensed 9-week courses. The 9-week courses are offered in a traditional format or in a hybrid format (50% on-line; 50% live).

What Is Communication Studies?

The best jobs in the new information society- in virtually every industry- shall be filled by workers who can READ, WRITE, COMPUTE, COMMUNICATE, and THINK. Communication studies is the academic discipline that studies communication; sub-disciplines include theories of communication, group communication, information theory, intrapersonal communication, interpersonal communication, marketing, organizational communication, propaganda, public affairs, public relations, speech communications, and telecommunications.

What can I do with this degree?

Areas of Career: Advertising, Book Publishing, News Paper Publishing, Magazine Publishing, Television, Journalist, Radio, Public Relations and Technical Writing.

Strategies:

Work in sales at campus newspaper, TV or radio station; Obtain student-run business experience; Find internship at market research firm; Demonstrate talent, persistence, assertiveness, competitive spirit, and enthusiasm; Compile portfolio of writing, graphics and ideas for creative department; Get computer knowledge/experience for media; Need statistics, data interpretation, and writing experience for research.

Whether you are at work or at home, interacting in romantic relationships or across cultures, managing or leading others, communication lies at the heart of your professional and personal life. This department shall prepare you to communicate more competently. The program intends to educate students to assume positions of leadership in communication and to use theory and practice to help them explore how and why people communicate, and the effects of communication on individuals, groups, organizations and societies. It seeks to promote civic engagement, encourage ethical practices, foster respect for human diversity, and inspire students to create and talk with clarity, integrity, and conviction.

Upon completing this course, the students shall develop communicative skills to effectively take part in situations, develop self-confidence through effective communication in the working environment and for academic work equip with communicative skills and strategies appropriate for meaningful and constructive participation in English, and be trained to express their thoughts and opinions in correct, idiomatic speech.

Our courses range from public speaking, interpersonal communication to health communication and organizational communication. In each, you will learn the skills that will make the difference.
Graduates of this course may decide with these some following career options: communication teacher/instructor, language consultant, writer, journalist, and broadcaster.

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Real Estate Education

Introduction

The BSGED in Real Estate degree prepares you to be a teacher that shall educate students who wanted to manage industry change within new and evolving conceptualizations of the urban landscape. The program shall let you acquire the most advanced knowledge of real estate finance, law, market analysis, sales, and leasing; study key aspects of the real estate development process and asset and portfolio management. The program will cover how sustainability is transforming the real estate industry so that you can share and teach this knowledge when you become a teacher.

PIC core curriculum provides broad conceptual understanding and critical insight – in science, history, culture, and the arts – that strengthen creative and analytical thinking and reasoning abilities. The knowledge and the skills that you will acquire can provide the context and the methodological approaches essential to understanding and to better solving the real-world challenges that you will face in almost all professional arenas, particularly in teaching.

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Theology Education

Introduction

Students who wish to become teacher or educators of pastors, missionaries or seminarians should be well-equipped with an undergraduate degree of education with concentration in theology.

An undergraduate degree in general education, major in theology is designed for those who wish to educate people who want to lead lives dedicated to the church or a missionary purpose. A Bachelor of Science in General Education major in Theology allows students to take a closer look at Christianity and how it affects the world and afterwards they can teach and share this knowledge to their future students.

Program Coursework

Concepts covered throughout the degree program include philosophy, bible studies, theology, ministry, Christianity and how they affect the world and then teach and share this knowledge to their future students.

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BEED in Early Childhood Education

Introduction

The Bachelor of Arts Degree Program in Early Childhood Education focuses on comprehensive care and education of children from birth to 8 years and professional interaction with their families. This education forms the academic framework, which guides developmentally appropriate practices in early childhood settings. Emphasis is placed on responding to the developmental and cultural uniqueness of each child as students in the program learn to design, implement, and evaluate curricular activities and learning environments. Each student completes student teaching experience in Pre-primary and primary settings.

This program is designed primarily to prepare students for careers in teaching in public and private schools. It enables them to fulfill teacher certification and other professional requirements in the field of early childhood education. It also provides the opportunity for students to advance on the career lattice of professional early childhood education.

Bachelor’s degree programs in early childhood education train students in the pedagogical techniques and broad knowledge used in early childhood education instruction. Graduates of the program are prepared for professional careers in day care centers, elementary schools, recreational centers and national Head Start educational programs.

Bachelor’s degree programs in early childhood education prepare students to become professional teachers and mentors to children from birth through third grade. Students receive a broad background in classroom-based theories and principles in general education, as well as child development, child psychology and nutrition. They develop primary knowledge of curriculum development and teaching methodologies.

Prospective teachers learn to identify and instruct students with special needs. They are trained to promote positive relationships with families and students in diverse communities. Undergraduates gain practical experience working with and observing infants, toddlers and preschoolers through on-site labs. The program culminates in a supervised internship and capstone project.

Education Prerequisites

Admission prerequisites to an early childhood education bachelor’s degree program depend on the applicant’s educational background. Freshman applicants must hold a high school diploma or its equivalent, as well as submit the required college admission test scores. Prospective teaching students might also be expected to meet the admission requirements of a college or university’s teaching education program, in addition to general admission requirements. College students who wish to transfer into an early childhood education program might be required to have a minimum cumulative GPA or meet other admission criteria.

Program Coursework

The curriculum in an early childhood education program covers a broad spectrum of general education courses, including English, math, social studies and humanities. Classes also cover pedagogical theories and techniques, and health and family topics, along with the following:

  • Creative Arts
  • Family and Community Relationship
  • Reading Foundations
  • Introduction to Inclusive Early Childhood
  • Health and Fitness of Young Children
  • Geometry for Elementary and Middle School
  • Physical Science for Teachers
  • Language Arts Methods
  • Math and Science Methods

Popular Career Options

Bachelor’s holders have the practical knowledge and skills to work with young children in variety of Head Start programs, day care centers and elementary schools. Typical professional careers for early childhood educators may include:

  • Head Start teacher
  • Pre-School teacher
  • Day care center specialist
  • Kindergarten teacher
  • Educational assistant

Professional Certification and Continuing Education Information

Certification requirements for pre-kindergarten and Head Start teachers vary across states. Kindergarten and elementary teachers in public schools are required to pass a state certification exam. To be eligible for the exam, teachers must hold a bachelor’s degree and have relevant teaching experience. Graduates may also choose to advance their careers through the expertise and practical knowledge found in a master’s degree program.

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BSBA in Business Management

Introduction

The business management degree program consists of 127 credit hours of learning both on campus and online, depending on the school. These programs cover management principles, economic and business statistics, business finance principles, business and society, business policies and problems, organizational behavior, strategic management of organizations and Internships. Students learn to analyze management principles, as well as how to use these principles in business settings. Applicants need to have a high school diploma or its equivalent to enter any undergraduate degree program.

Course Topics

Coursework trains students in the techniques and theories used to supervise employees, develop business practices and communicate with others. Learners delve into data analysis, management ethics and international business. Potential courses a student may take are:

  • Organization behavior
  • Marketing principles
  • Strategic Management of Organizations
  • Managerial accounting
  • Economics

Popular Career Options

Management positions exist in every organization. Graduates have the know-how to coordinate organizations services, oversee operations, ensure safety standards and examine consumption patterns. Available career titles include:

  • Administrative services manager
  • Facility manager
  • Office manager
  • Contract administrator
  • Office and administrative support supervisor

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BA in Real Estate

Introduction

The B.A. in Real Estate degree prepares you to manage industry change within new and evolving conceptualizations of the urban landscape. The program will let you acquire the most advanced knowledge of real estate finance, law, market analysis, sales, and leasing; study key aspects of the real estate development process and asset and portfolio management; and examine how sustainability is transforming the real estate industry.

PIC core curriculum provides broad conceptual understanding and critical insight – in science, history, culture, and the arts – that strengthen creative and analytical thinking and reasoning abilities. The knowledge and the skills that you will acquire will provide the context and the methodological approaches essential to understanding and to solving the real-world challenges that you will face in almost all professional arenas.

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Bachelor In Theology

Introduction

Students who wish to become pastors, missionaries or seminarians should be well equipped with an undergraduate degree in theology. An undergraduate degree in theology is designed for those who wish to lead lives dedicated to the church or a missionary purpose. A Bachelor of Arts in Theology allows students to take a close look at Christianity and other religions and how they affect the world.

Education Prerequisites

Admissions requirements vary more widely for undergraduate theology degrees than for more typical majors. In fact, depending on the individual school’s program, students may actually need a bachelor’s degree in order to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Theology. Prior to admission into a theology degree program, students might need to demonstrate previous ministry experience and a dedication to the church.

Program Coursework

Bachelor’s degree programs focused on theology may take between three to five years to complete. Concepts covered throughout the degree program include philosophy, bible studies, theology, ministry, Christianity and other religions. The types of course topics that may be covered are:

  • Prophets
  • Pentateuch
  • Jesus, Paul and the gospels
  • The early church
  • Discipleship
  • Bible languages
  • Interpreting scripture
  • Christian ethics
  • Johannine theology

Calling:

Those who complete a Bachelor of Arts in Theology degree may go on to pursue such positions as lay leader, pastor, missionary and seminarian.

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BS in Civil Engineering

Introduction

The main mission of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is to educate engineers who can contribute to sustainable development and construction of environmentally friendly world.

Students are able to prepare their own future through the courses offered in Civil Engineering and/or Environmental Engineering. We offer degree courses in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Civil and Environmental Engineering. Our students have a variety of opportunity to join construction and/or environment industries through the SANDWICH (a long term practice education at industries), internship, and site-practice programs on industries and worldwide.

Our major offers courses for broadening the fundamentals of civil and environmental engineering for freshman and sophomore levels. Educational goals of this level are for adapting to various engineering environments in future.

General science courses are offered in the PIC major or other schools/departments at the College.
Junior and senior level courses are designed for career needs of the students in two major fields.

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Bachelor of Arts in Law

Introduction

The Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA) in International Legal Studies Program (the “Bachelor’s Degree Program”) at Pacific InterContinental College (PIC) is designed for professionals and students who seek to enhance their understanding of Western and international law.

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Bachelor of Arts in Music

Introduction

The B.A. in Music with Applied Emphasis appeals to students seeking a liberal arts degree that includes both academic rigor in music as well as applied study and ensemble experiences. The Bachelor of Arts in Applied Music Program is a requirement of all music majors, and included in the curriculum of many performing arts courses of study. This degree affords students the opportunity to hone performance skills and gain an increased knowledge of applied pedagogy. This emphasis does require a School of Music entrance audition.

Students will be electronically involved in a main stage production which requires vocal or instrumental performance during the intended semester of study.

Students will use the final two years of their undergraduate experience to explore courses that complement their music studies, preparing them for range of career options, such as:

  • Private teaching/Studio development
  • Freelance performance
  • Band leader/Contractor
  • Audio/MIDI recording and editing
  • Web Commerce
  • Nonprofit arts management
  • Promotion/Public relations
  • Special events coordinator
  • Music publishing
  • Artist relations
  • Recruiting/Outreach coordinator

Other students would be pursuing a classic liberal arts degree with a music emphasis, preparing for a variety of graduate school and career options.

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Bachelor of Science in Colour Therapy

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science in Color-Therapy Education covers tools to use the vibrations of colors in a therapeutic way, to cure depressions, arthritis, heart problems, asthma, fevers, liver and kidneys dysfunctions, bronchitis, nervous breakdowns and many other pathologies. It provides diagnostic and healing tools through colors and understanding of the laws that support the harmony color in relation to the universe.

The program is a method of treatment that uses the visible spectrum (colors) of electromagnetic radiation to cure diseases. Color is absorbed by the eyes, skin, skull our ‘magnetic energy field’ or aura and the energy of color affects us on all levels, that is to say, physical, spiritual and emotional.

Color therapy covers as well issues on the psychological and spiritual levels. Treatment is in a holistic manner including the mind and spirit, each has an effect upon the other. Every cell in the body needs light energy – thus color energy has widespread effects on the whole body.

Career Option:

  • Business-related as a therapist
  • Practicing therapists specializing in color therapy, color analysis; and
  • Teaching a color therapy can also bring its rewards if you market yourself confidently. Planning a working strategy utilizing two or three therapies could bring success.

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BA Physical Education major in SNPE

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