College of Arts and Social Sciences FILIPINO DEPARTMENT

Department of Filipino

The Filipino Department used to be a part of the largest department then of the College of Arts and Social Sciences, the Department of Languages and Humanities. It started as a separate department between the years 1985-1987. This is the result of the earnest desire of its pioneering faculty to highlight the national language and enhance the cultural awareness of the students. The department goals were fulfilled when CHED Memo No.59 Series of 1996 include four Filipino subjects as part of the GE curriculum. Aside from teaching GE subjects, its faculty members also teaches major subjects for Bachelor of Science in Education major in Filipino. The department has also been active in spearheading various activities promoting the Filipino language as well as culture and literature.

Faculty Judith R. Angeles

Head / Associate Professor I

Faculty Cristina I. Angeles

Associate Professor V

Faculty Marian A. Caampued

Instructor 1

Faculty Nenita P. Fabrigas

Associate Professor V

Faculty Baby Jean VC. Jose

Assistant Professor III

Faculty Junior M. Pacol

Instructor I

Faculty Jackson A. Parchamento

Assistant Professor II

Faculty Michael Angelo V. Santos

Instructor I

Faculty Jomer A. Tangonan,

Assistant Professor I

Faculty Ma. Norma Q. Tuazon

Associate Professor

Our Promise To You

I am humbled with the appointment as the dean of the CASS. I carry with honor and pride that I am a product of the AB Social Science program, which is now the oldest curricular offering under CASS.