Bulacan State University

Infobox_University|Information
name = Bulacan State University
native_name = "Pambansang Pamantasan ng Bulacan"
latin_name =




motto =
established = 1904
type = State University
endowment =
staff = 86 non-academic personnel,
72 employees by job contract
faculty = 573 incl. 210 part-time
president = Mariano C. De Jesus, Ed.D.
provost =
principal =
rector =
chancellor =
vice_chancellor =
dean =
head_label = Regular Chairman
& Presiding Officer
(Board of Regent)
head = Hon. Nona S. Ricafort
(Chairman, CHED)
students = about 21,052 (as of A.Y. 2008-2009) incl. Laboratory High School
undergrad = Baccalaureate
postgrad =M.B.A., M.P.A., M.A.Ed.
doctoral = Ph.D., Ed.D., D.P.A.
city = McArthur Highway,
City of Malolos
state = Bulacan
country = flag|Philippines
campus = Main: Malolos City
Satellites: Bustos;
Bulakan, Bulacan;
San Jose Del Monte City &
Hong Kong Office
free_label = University Hymn
free = BSU Hymn and BSU March
colors = Cardinal Red & Gold color box|#C41E3Acolor box|gold
colours =
mascot = Gold Gear
nickname = "BulSU"
affiliations = AACCUP, Inc. , CIRPS DC-SUC III, Luzon Science Consortium
athletics = State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association - SUC III (Olympics), CIRPS DC-SUC III, Women's National Collegiate Athletic Association (WNCAA)
website = [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph Bulacan State University Official Website]
[http://www.bulsu-cc.net/ Bulacan State University Hong Kong Office]

Bulacan State University is a government-funded institution of higher learning established in 1904 and converted into a chartered state university in 1993. It is a located in the City of Malolos, Province of Bulacan, Philippines, founded in 1904. It also has satellite campuses in Bustos; Bulakan, Bulacan; and San Jose del Monte City; and an international office in Hong Kong in People's Republic of China that offers graduate and collegiate degree courses.

The University is mandated to provide higher professional / technical training and to promote research, advanced studies and progressive leadership on Engineering, Architecture, Education, Arts and Science, Information Technology, Business Administration, Medicine, Law, Public Administration and other courses. It has been identified by the "Commission on Higher Education (CHED)" as one of the Center for Excellence and Development in the country [ [http://www.ched.gov.ph/statistics/coecods.html Statistics : CHED’s Centers of Excellence/Development (COEs/CODs)] ] , and one of the Training Centers nationwide for teachers who want to be educated in areas beyond their specialization. [Pacesetter Volume XXXVI No. 1]

Inside the university campus, there you can find the Bulacan Heroes Park ("Panlalawigang Liwasan ng mga Bayani sa Bulacan"), which enshrined all the Philippine national heroes who hailed from Bulacan and officially became the Province of Bulacan's provincial heroes' park by the help of Center for Bulacan Studies since 2004, the Mini Rizal Park, Provincial Science & Technology Center (PSTC) - Bulacan of Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Malolos Tennis Club, and the Philippine Information Agency (PIA) "Radio ng Bayan".

CAMPUSES

Main Campus

* [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph Main Campus] (1904) in MacArthur Highway, City of Malolos, Province of Bulacan, Philippines.

atellite Campuses

* [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/bustos/bustos.htm Bustos Campus] (1976) in Bustos, Bulacan
* [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/sarmiento/sarmiento.htm Sarmiento Campus] (1998) in City of San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
* [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/meneses/meneses.htm Meneses Campus] (2000) in Matungao, Bulakan, Bulacan

International Office

* [http://www.bulsu-cc.net/ BSU - Hong Kong Office] (2003) in Nathan Road, Yaumatei, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, PROC

History

1904 - The institution had its humble beginning as an intermediate school established by the American regime in the Philippines. Ipso-facto, the first teachers were Americans the Thomasites (named after the ship that transported them to the country from the United States). Later, the initial course offerings were phased out to give way to secondary and vocational trade courses.

1916 - By virtue of the Philippine Autonomy Act, the administration of the school was transferred to the Filipinos. Through the years it was developed into a trade school.

1953 - By virtue of Republic Act No. 908, the Bulacan Trade School (BTS) was nationalized and became the Bulacan National Trade School (BNTS). Henceforth, the school was funded from the national contributions. PHlLCUSA and ICA –NEC gave aid to the school in the form of office equipment, tools, machineries and buildings.

1957 - By virtue of Republic Act. 1800, the school became the Bulacan National School of Arts and Trades (BNSAT).

1960 - Through another legislative act, the BNSAT was renamed Bulacan School of Arts and Trades (BSAT).

1965 - Republic Act No. 4470, sponsored by late Hon. Teodulo C. Natividad, converted the school into the Bulacan College of Arts and Trade (BCAT) to provide higher professional instruction and training in arts and sciences and technology.

1993 - His Excellency Fidel V. Ramos, President of the Republic of the Philippines signed into law Republic Act. No. 7665, the charter of the Bulacan State University. Hon. Teodulo C. Natividad was also the principal author of House Bill No. 461 which later became the aforesaid law. Dr. Rosario Pimentel was appointed the first university president. Through the years, the university grew into its present status consisting of colleges, institutes and several campuses, offering more courses in engineering, education, arts and sciences, architecture and fine arts, law, information technology, graduate education, business and public administration.

Vision

The Bulacan State University envisions itself to be one of the country’s leading institutions in developing graduates responsive to the needs of the region and the demands of global standards. Aspiring to improve the quality of the people and promote the socio-economic development of its service areas, the institution shall pursue excellence in its programs and will manage its affairs with efficiency and effectiveness.

Mission

The University shall provide higher professional, technical and special instruction for special purposes and promote research and extension services, advanced studies and progressive leadership in Agriculture, Commerce, Education, Fishery, Engineering, Arts and Sciences, Law, Medicine, Public Administration, Technical and other fields as may be relevant.

Goals

Ensuring the attainment of empowered and globally competitive graduates through:

1. Quality and Excellence. Promoting quality and relevant educational programs that meet international standards.

2. Relevance and Responsiveness. Generation and dissemination of knowledge in the broad range of disciplines relevant and responsive to the dynamically changing domestic and international environments.

3. Access and Equity. Broadening the access of deserving and qualified students to educational opportunities.

4. Efficiency and Effectiveness. Optimizing of social, institutional and individual returns and benefits derived from the utilization of higher education resources.

University Intitutions

"Bahay-saliksikan ng Bulacan" (Center for Bulacan Studies)

- established on November 24, 1997 by the Samahang Pangkasaysayan ng Bulacan, Inc., with the help of some Bulakenyo scholars like Jose PW Tantoco and Dr. Jaime B. Veneracio of University of the Philippines, Diliman, to collect, promote, study, and research Bulacan's rich and diverse history, culture, environment, and anything about the province that will help on enforcing and creating public policies and programs in the Province of Bulacan, as well in the Philippines. It is funded by the Provincial Government of Bulacan and in 2004 it was listed as one the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (Commission for the Filipino Language) as Pambansang Alagad ng Wika.

Bulacan State University Hong Kong Office (International Program Courses)

- established in 2003, by virtue of a Memorandum of Agreement signed between the Bulacan State University and Hong Kong Lifelong Education Organization (HKLEO).

- accredited and recognized by Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc., International Association of Universities (IAU), The National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom(UK NARIC), and the Ministry of Education in China.

Mechatronics Engineering - Automation Research and Training (MEE-ART) Center

-The University has gained a reputation as a top-notch training facility in industrial automation. The faculty of the College of Engineering now train technicians and engineers sent by local industries as well as visiting faculty and senior students from universities in the various regions of the country. Boasting state-of-the-art, industrial-type equipment and overseas-trained instructors, the University, through its Mechatronics Engineering - Automation Research and Training (MEE-ART) Center, offers short-term training courses in basic and advanced pneumatics, industrial automation, mechatronics, electro-pneumatics and programmable logic control.

Institute of Local Government Administration

-The Institute of Local Government Administration is the primary extension agency of BulSU. Created in 1995 in partnership with the Local Government Academy of the Department of Interior and Local Government and the provincial government of Bulacan, the Institute actively promotes the knowledge, skills attitudes and values that make for effective, efficient, responsive and service-oriented local governance in the cities and the countryside.

Programs/Projects and Services Provided
* Continuing Education
* Technology Transfer/Consultancy
* Technology Job Information/Placement
* Communications Media
* Local Government Capability Building Program
* Integrated Capability Building Program
* Technology of Participation (ToP 1 and ToP 2)
* Building Customet Service Skills
* Action Planning Workshop
* Public Service Excellence Program
* Planning and Budgeting Workshop
* Barangay Executive Training
* Continuing Cooperative Training
* Opinion Poll Survey
* Moral Leadership and Peak Performance
* Barangay Justice Service System
* Codification of Ordinance

DOST - BULSU Food Testing Laboratory

-A joint project with the Department of Science & Technology, the Food Testing Laboratory aims to provide technical assistance in upgrading the quality standards of food manufacturers in the region. The facility extends basic food testing services to food manufacturers and related agricultural industries. It likewise serves the academe and the food processing sector by imparting knowledge and skills and the latest technological advances in food science.

Food Testing Services

*Microbiological Tests
**Water Potability
**Total Aerobic Bacteria
**Total Coliform
**Total Yeasts and Molds
**E. Coli Detection
*Physico-Chemical Tests
**Moisture Content
**Crude Fat Content
**Ash (Mineral) Content
**Titratable Acidity
**pH Determnination
*Shelf-Life Testing

MART-BULSU Wireless Laboratory

Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (SWEEP)

-To promote and upgrade the quality of engineering education, Bulacan State University partnered with Smart Communications Inc. under the Smart Wireless Engineering Education Program (SWEEP), a first-of-its-kind industry-academe partnership that seeks to improve the level of technology and engineering education in the country, particularly in the field of Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE). SWEEP was launched in March 28, 2003, with the inauguration of the "first wireless laboratory" at the Bulacan State University. [ [http://smart.com.ph/Sweep/Whatsup/Features/FeaturedSWEEPSchoolBSU.htm Featured SWEEP School for November] ]

CHED - DEPED Teacher Training Center

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has chosen the College of Education to be one of the training centers nationwide for teachers who want to be educated in areas beyond their specialization. As one of the 85 training centers all over the country chosen by CHED. Teachers in Central Luzon Region under the Department of Education underwent training for a certificate program.

Certified Programs
* Filipino
** "Panunurng Panglinggwistika"
** "Istrukturang Filipino at Isyung Pangwika"
** "Panunuring Pampanitikan"
** "Wika at Kultura sa Literatura ng iba't-ibang Rehiyon sa Pilipinas"

* MAPEH (Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health)
** Fundamentals of Music
** Applied Music
** Asian Music
** Fundamentals of Visual Arts
** Introduction of Philippine and other Visual Arts
** Foundation of Health Education, Population Education, and Environmental Health

Global Partners

Global partnerships push the frontiers of knowledge and expand the service spheres of the University. They likewise enable the institution to make most of the rapidly expanding global needs and conditions. The University leadership knows this too well as it persistently searches and firms up cooperative accords with progressive colleges and universities in the South and Southeast Asian regions. Among the higher education institutions which have established functional ties with BulSU are the following:

*DongYang University,
*Shenzhen Business College,
*Northwest University,
*Andong National University,
*Youngnam Theological College and Seminary,
*Pai Chai University,
*Hong Kong Lifelong Education Organization,
*Xi'an Institute of Physical Education,
*Yeungjin Junior College,
*Guanzhou Institute of Physical Education,
*Hong Kong University (SPCE),
*Fudan University,
*Han Nam University

University Infrastructures, Buildings, Etc.

Main Campus

* Mini Rizal Park, in honor of the National Hero, Jose P. Rizal
* Alvarado Hall, College of Industrial Technology
* Academic Building, College of Nursing and College of Information and Communication Technology
* Marcelo H. del Pilar College of Law Building, the college was named after the great Bulakenyo hero, Marcelo H. del Pilar (Under Construction)
* College of Home Economics Building
* BulSU Hostel
* Student Park
* Carpio Hall, Laboratory High School and DOST-BULSU Food Testing Laboratory
* Roxas Hall, College of Education
* Bulacan Heroes Park
* Natividad Hall, College of Engineering (the ground floor houses the Marcelo H. del Pilar College of Law)
* Federizo Hall, popularly know as the "Integrated Building", Institute of Science, Institute of Social Science and Philosophy, Institute of Arts and Letters, College of Architecture and Fine Arts (also houses the College of Engineering)
* Flores Hall, also known as tha "Administration Building"
* Valencia Hall, the University gymnasium

tudents Population

The Universty has a student population of 21,052 enrolled students for the "academic year 2008-2009", one of the biggest population of the state university in the country. For the satellite campuses, Bustos Campus got 1,327 students, Sarmiento Campus has 922, and Meneses Campus with 272.

Majority of the students are Bulakenyo, but not only the Bulakenyos were studying at the University, but also many Kapampangan from Macabebe, Apalit, Masantol, San Simon, Santo Tomas, City of San Fernando, Candaba and other towns in the Province of Pampanga. There are also students coming from nearby cities of Metro Manila.

Recent Events

Bulacan Courts

On August 22, 2007, three Malolos City regional trial courts in Bulacan will use Filipino, to promote the national language. 12 stenographers from Branches 6, 80 and 81, as model courts, had undergone training at Marcelo H. del Pilar College of Law of Bulacan State University College of Law following a directive from the Supreme Court of the Philippines. De la Rama said it was the dream of Chief Justice Reynato Puno to implement the program in other areas such as Laguna, Cavite, Quezon, Nueva Ecija, Batangas, Rizal and Metro Manila. [ [http://globalnation.inquirer.net/news/news/view_article.php?article_id=84080 Inquirer.net, 3 Bulacan courts to use Filipino in judicial proceedings] ]

"Filipino in Court proceedings"

On August 30, 2007, Supreme Court Justice Ruben Reyes urged judges, lawyers and court officials to follow the example set by 3 Bulacan court salas (Branches 6, 80 and 81) using Filipino in proceedings (at the program commemorating the 157th birth anniversary of Marcelo H. del Pilar at the Bulacan State University. Reyes noted that the use of Filipino in Del Pilar’s Dyaryong Tagalog played a major role in enlightening Filipinos about the oppression during the Spanish regime. [ [http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/nation/view_article.php?article_id=85890 Inquirer.net, Courts urged to use Filipino in proceedings] ]

ICT Park jobs allotment

Bulacan Governor Joselito Mendoza announced before thousands of students who graduated from the College of Information and Communication Technology of the Bulacan State University that 3,000 jobs will be allotted for the Business Processing Outsourcing and call center company (PLDT) that will be built in the Marilao, Bulacan ICT Park, a special economic zone. Mendoza said 300 Information Technology graduates will be employed by Bulacan government for the general revision of the Capitolyo computerization, particularly the Bulacan Satellite-Based Geographic Information System (SBGIS) Project. (PIA-Bulacan). [ [http://www.pia.gov.ph/default.asp?m=12&fi=p080701.htm&no=60 pia.gov.ph, Gov bares need for 3,000 grads for Bulacan ICT park project] ]

WDACL ABK2 - TEACh

A 4-year school project for child workers highlighted the Philippines' observance of 2008 World Day Against Child Labor (WDACL). Accordingly, representatives of the DOLE, WDF, CCF, and other social partners in the national drive against child labor gathered at the Bulacan State University (BSU) to mark WDACL, on June 13, 2008. ABK2 (Pag-aaral ng mga Bata Para sa Kinabukasan) or TEACh (Take Every Action for Children) project will be implemented with grants from the United States Department. [ [http://www.gmanews.tv/story/100652/DOLE-to-start-school-project-for-child-workers gmanews.tv, DOLE to start school project for child workers] ]

Courses Offered for School Year 2008 - 2009

[http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/ BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY - MAIN CAMPUS]

"City of Malolos, Bulacan"

GRADUATE COURSES

[http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/graduate/graduate.htm GRADUATE SCHOOL]

* Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), major in Educational Management
* Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), major in Business Administration
* Doctor in Public Administration (DPA)
* Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), major in Educational Management
* Master of Business Administration (MBA)
* Master of Public Administration (MPA)
* Master of Arts in Education (MAEd)
** MAE, major in Biology
** MAE, major in Chemistry
** MAE, major in Filipino
** MAE, major in Social Studies
** MAE, major in General Science
** MAE, major in Mathematics
** MAE, major in Physics
** MAE, major in Curriculum and Instruction
** MAE, major in Educational Management
** MAE, major in Guidance and Counseling
** MAE, major in Technology and Home Economics
** MAE, major in Teaching in the Early Grades
** MAE, major in Language Education

ENGINEERING GRADUATE PROGRAMS

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/coeng/coeng.htm College of Engineering] "

* MS Computer Engineering
* MS Electronics and Communication Engineering
* MS Mechanical Engineering
* MS Information Technology
* Master of Engineering Program (MEP)
** MEP major in Computer Engineering
** MEP major in Civil Engineering
** MEP major in Electronics & Communication Engineering
** MEP major in Mechanical Engineering

[http://www.bulsu-cc.net/ BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY - HONG KONG OFFICE]

* Doctor of Philosophy, major in Business Administration (PhD.BA)
* Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
* Master of Business Administration (MBA)
* Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
* Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

[http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/law/law.htm MARCELO H. DEL PILAR COLLEGE OF LAW]

* Bachelor of Laws

COLLEGIATE COURSES

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/coeng/coeng.htm College of Engineering] "

* Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Electronics & Communications Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Mechatronics Engineering
* Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering and Management

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/coed/coed.htm College of Education] "

* Continuing Professional Teacher Education (CPTE)

* Bachelor of Science in Library and Information Science

* Bachelor in Technical Teachers Education (BTTE) -
** BTTE, major in Automotive Technology
** BTTE, major in Drafting Technology
** BTTE, major in Drafting Technology
** BTTE, major in Electronics Technology
** BTTE, major in Electrical Technology
** BTTE, major in Food Technology
** BTTE, major in Garment Technology
** BTTE, major in Machine Shop Technology
** BTTE, major in Refrigeration & Air-Con Technology

* Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
** BSEd, major in Biology
** BSEd, major in Chemistry
** BSEd, major in Computer Education
** BSEd, major in English
** BSEd, major in Filipino
** BSEd, major in General Science
** BSEd, major in Library Science
** BSEd, major in Math
** BSEd, major in Music
** BSEd, major in Physics
** BSEd, major in Social Science
** BSEd, major in Technology and Home Economics

* Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) -
** BSEd, major in Generalist
** BSEd, major in Pre-School
** BSEd, major in Special Education

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/cit/cit.htm College of Industrial Technology] "

* Bachelor in Industrial Technology (BIT) -
** BIT, major in Automotive Technology
** BIT, major in Drafting Technology
** BIT, major in Electronics Technology
** BIT, major in Electrical Technology
** BIT, major in Food Technology
** BIT, major in Garments Technology
** BIT, major in Machine Shop Technology
** BIT, major in Mechatronics Technology
** BIT, major in Refrigeration and Air-Con Technology
** BIT, major in Electro-mecanical Process Control Technology
** BIT, major in Electronics and Communication Technology

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/nursing/nursing.htm College of Nursing] "

* Bachelor of Science in Nursing

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/iarfa/iarfa.htm College of Architecture and Fine Arts] "

* Bachelor of Science in Architecture
* Bachelor of Fine Arts major in Advertising Arts

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/inshe/inshe.htm College of Home Economics] "

* Bachelor of Science in Home Economics
* Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management

" [http://users1.nofeehost.com/luke14/ College of Information and Communications Technology] "

* Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
* Bachelor in Industrial Technology, major in Computer Technology

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/science/science.htm Institute of Science] "

* Bachelor of Science in Biology
* Bachelor of Science in Mathematics -
** BS Mathematics, major in Computer Science
** BS Mathematics, major in Applied Statistics
** BS Mathematics, major in Business Applications

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/arts/arts.htm Institute of Arts and Letters] "

* Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, major in Broadcasting
* Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, major in Journalism

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/socialscience/issp.htm Institute of Social Science and Philosophy] "

* Bachelor of Arts in Legal Management

* Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) -
** BSBA, major in Management
** BSBA, major in Entreprenuership

* Bachelor of Science in Criminology
* Bachelor of Science in Pyschology

" [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/ipers/ipers.htm Institute of Physical Education, Recreation & Sports] "

* Bachelor in Physical Education
* Bachelor of Science in Sports

LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL

Secondary Education Curriculum

[http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/bustos/bustos.htm BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY - BUSTOS CAMPUS]

"Bustos, Bulacan"

* General Engineering

* Bachelor in Industrial Technology (BIT) -
** BIT, major in Automotive Technology
** BIT, major in Computer Technology
** BIT, major in Drafting Technology
** BIT, major in Electronics Technology
** BIT, major in Electrical Technology
** BIT, major in Food Technology
** BIT, major in Refrigeration and Air-Con Technology

* Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
** BSEd, major in English
** BSEd, major in General Science
** BSEd, major in Math

* Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd) -
** BEEd, major in General Science
** BEEd, major in Home Economics and Technology
** BEEd, major in Math
** BEEd, major in Work Education

[http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/sarmiento/sarmiento.htm BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY - SARMIENTO CAMPUS]

"City of San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan"

* General Engineering

* Bachelor of Science in Entreprenural Management
* Bachelor of Science in Business Management

* Bachelor in Industrial Technology (BIT) -
** BIT, major in Computer Technology
** BIT, major in Drafting Technology
** BIT, major in Electronics Technology
** BIT, major in Electrical Technology
** BIT, major in Food Technology

* Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
** BSEd, major in English
** BSEd, major in General Science
** BSEd, major in Math

* Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

[http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/colleges/meneses/meneses.htm BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY - MENESES CAMPUS]

"Bulakan, Bulacan"

* General Engineering

* Bachelor of Science in Nursing

* Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd) -
** BSEd, major in English
** BSEd, major in General Science
** BSEd, major in Math

Accredited Programs (as of April 2008)

Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP) [ [http://www.aaccupqa.org.ph/BulacanStateUniversity.html AACCUP, Accredited Programs - Bulacan State University] ]

(Programs; Level/Accreditation Status; Duration of Validity of Accreditation Status)

Malolos Campus: 1) Elementary Teacher Education; LEVEL III Re-accredited; July 16, 2007 - July 15, 2011

2) Secondary Teacher Education; LEVEL III Re-accredited; July 16, 2007 - July 15, 2011

3) Industrial Teacher Education; LEVEL III Re-accredited; July 16, 2007 - July 15, 2011

4) Civil Engineering; Under Review for Qualified for Level III 5) Mechanical Engineering; Under Review for Qualified for Level III 6) Electrical Engineering; Under Review for Qualified for Level III 7) Industrial Technology; Under Review for Qualified for Level III 8) Graduate: Doctoral (Ed.D./ Ph.D.-Ed. Mgmt.); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010

9) Graduate: Master’s (MAEd); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010

10) Graduate: Master’s (MPA); Level II Re-accredited; Dec. 16, 2005 - Dec. 15, 2010

11) Architecture; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011

12) Computer Engineering; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011

13) Electronics and Communication Engineering; Level II Re-accredited; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2011

14) Science (Biology); Candidate; Dec. 1, 2006 - Nov. 30, 2008

15) Science (Mathematics); Candidate; Dec. 1, 2006 - Nov. 30, 2008

16) Industrial Engineering; Candidate; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2009

17) Fine Arts (Advertising Arts); Candidate; Sept. 1, 2007 - Aug. 31, 2009

18) Industrial Technology (Comp. Tech.); Candidate; Oct. 16, 2007 - Oct. 15, 2009

19) Information Technology; Candidate; Oct. 16, 2007 - Oct. 15, 2009

Bustos Campus: 1) Secondary Teacher Education; Level I Accredited; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2010

2) Industrial Technology; Level I Accredited; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2010

San Jose Del Monte Campus: 1) Industrial Technology; Candidate; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2009

2) Information Technology; Candidate; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2009

3) Secondary Teacher Education; Candidate; Dec. 1, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2009

External links

* [http://www.bulsu.edu.ph/ Official Bulacan State University website]
* [http://www.bulsu-cc.net/ Bulacan State University Hong Kong Office]
* [http://www.aaccupqa.org.ph/ Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP)]

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