Polytechnic University of the Philippines College of Cooperatives and Social Development
Polytechnic University of the Philippines
College of Cooperatives and Social Development
Kolehiyo ng Kooperatiba sa Politeknikong Unibersidad ng Pilipinas Established March 1989 as Institute of Cooperatives Type College Dean Dr. Marietta P. Demelino, sfcc Admin. staff Dr. Herminia E. Manimtim, Academic Area Chair Undergraduates FMA, CBM, CECD Postgraduates PBCM Location Santa Mesa, Manila Campus Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Manila Former names Institute of Cooperatives
College of Cooperatives
The Polytechnic University of the Philippines College of Cooperatives and Social Development abbreviated as CCSD is an academic unit of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines that specializes in cooperative development and management. The college is located at East Wing, second floor of the PUP main building in the Main campus.
Courses offered include bachelor's degree, post-baccalaureate, and associate programs in cooperatives. Short specialized courses and customized certificate programs are also offered through the Extension Services Unit. The Research and Development Unit conducts in-house studies and provides research and information services to various clients especially the cooperative sector. CC publishes the College of Cooperatives Research Journal.
a proactive exponent in PUP's creation of a humanist, just and empowering environment
respond to the growing need for relevant and continuing education and services geared towards economic self-reliance, sustainable development, social responsibility and cooperativism as a way of life.
1. promote and strengthen the country's cooperative and social development education,both formal and infomal 2. provide nationalistic, scientific, democratic and pro-people education 3. strengthen and broaden research programs 4. enhance competences and expertise of the faculty 5. exhibit virtues of social discipline and self-reliance 6. make the College one of the most adequate training centers in the country
The College of Cooperatives offers the following programs:
- Bachelor in Cooperatives, a four-year ladderized degree program with options for specialization such as Financial Management and Accounting (FMA) , Coop Business Management (CBM) and Cooperative Education and Community Development (CECD. The Bachelor in Cooperatives Program is Level 2 Accredited by the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Universities and Colleges in the Philippines (AACCUP). The Program objectives are (1) to produce cooperative specialists with high degree of competence and expertise in their chosen field of specialization; (2)to provide students specialized skills and deepen their value- and principle-based foundation for effective cooperative promotion, organization and development; (3) to increase the responsiveness of the program to the present needs and emerging requirements of the cooperative sector.
- Post Baccalaureate in Cooperative Management, a one-year degree program for bachelor's degree holders of any course.
- Associate in Cooperatives, a two-year certificate program, offered on special arrangement with interested parties.
- Junior Cooperators Association, or the JCA, is the academic organization of the CC studentry
- CC Student Council, is the local body that represents the CC students in the University-level student council
- koop.works, the student-led publications group that publishes the newsletter KOOP.WORKS
- SSMAK, a JCA-affiliate that takes charge of cultural and sports-related projects and activities of the CC students
- COLLEGE OF COOPERATIVES RESEARCH JOURNAL
- KOOP.WORKS newsletter
- PRINCIPLES OF COOPERATIVES AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
The cooperative development advocacy and support of the Poytechnic University of the Philippines date back to the 1960s. The advocacy had a formal backing when the institution was declared as the center of education and training for non-agricutural cooperatives and Cooperatives as field of specialization for Business courses was offered by the University's College of Business and Cooperatives. On March 31, 1989; a separate academic unit, the College of Cooperatives, formerly Institute of Cooperatives, was established by virtue of the approval of the PUP Board of Regents. In schoolyear 1989-1990, CC offered the Bachelor in Cooperatives program—a spun-off course from the PUP College of Business—to three sections of freshmen and a group of shiftees from other business courses. Romulo T. Martin and Corazon R. Mabagos were designated as the founding Director and founding area chair, respectively. In 1990, Herminia E. Manimtim was appointed head of the Extension Services and Herly Aguarino served as the officer-in-charge for the Non-traditional Study Program. In 1992, Sr. Marietta P. Demelino joined the faculty and was later appointed as head of the Research and Development Unit. The Associate in Cooperatives was introduced in 1993 as an off-campus certificate program through a partnership program with a community-based cooperative in Kalookan City. A year later, the Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Cooperatives, a two-term degree course, was approved by the PUP Board to strengthen PUP's support to the efforts towards professionalized management of Philippine cooperatives.
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