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Arts and Sciences

As the core of all academic life in the university, the Arts and Sciences program uses a multi-

disciplinary approach in honing students to become productive and critical-thinking individuals. It aims

to develop cultured men and women who think locally and act globally, and are thus able to face the

challenges of life beyond the university. With a curriculum that emphasizes the balance between theory

and practice, the Arts and Sciences program forms leaders who are socially responsible and are actively

involved in refining our basic ecclesial communities.

The Arts and Sciences program has a total of 72 faculty members, half of which is composed of full-time


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