Good Samaritan Colleges

Bachelor of Elementary Education

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4 Major Programs

Offers Bachelors in Elementary and Secondary Education with majors in the fields of Preschool, General Education, English and Social Studies.

Educational Technology Program

Offers unique exposure to Educational Technology through a partnership with BSD Education Group Hong Kong and Asia Pacific College.

Learning and Work Opportunities

The Tatak ng Gurong Samaritano Program provides learning and work opportunities for students in areas like Manila and countries in South East Asia.

Program Overview

This course prepares its students for a career in Basic Education, specifically in the elementary levels. This is a great course as it provides flexibility in terms of subjects to be specialized. In this course, graduates are trained to be well-rounded teachers. Students in this course are also prepared professionally through the College’s “Tatak ng Gurong Samaritano” where students are exposed and trained intensively in educational institutions that will enable them to apply principles learned in school.

Vision

College of Education seeks to be the college of choice of students who aspire to be agents of change in the country by producing graduates who are academically excellent, innovators, committed and compassionate.

Mission

Towards this vision we aim to:

  1. Cultivate students in becoming creative and critical thinkers.
  2. Develop highly competent graduates who are equipped with 21st century skills and are employable anywhere in the country and abroad.

Inculcate values displayed by a Good Samaritan.

College Objectives

Inline with the Vision and Mission Statements of the Good Samaritan Colleges, the College of Education intends to:

  • Provide extensive learning opportunities for students to become more globally competitive through its intensive pre-service curriculum where students are exposed on the different practices in the different schools nationally and in abroad.
  • Equip teachers and students with in depth knowledge of the context and 21st Century Skills that are relevant and necessary not only for the local aspects but as well as on global facet of education.
  • Provide opportunities for the students to practice compassion using the knowledge and skills they learn from school.

Admissions

College of Education

Information Center,
Good Samaritan Compound,
Cabanatuan City

(044) 464-3212 to 3215 local (125)
coed@goodsam.edu.ph

Mon – Fri 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

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Why Choose Good Samaritan Colleges?

Good Samaritan Colleges is proud to be the premier college of choice in Cabanatuan City, the major center of business, education, entertainment, culture and sports in Nueva Ecija. Our mission is to provide excellence in service and a learner-centered environment that meets global standards. For over forty years, we have been educating students from across the region and producing graduates who are highly competent and globally competitive.

Accredited Integrated School Programs

All IS Programs are Level II Accredited by the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities Accrediting Agency, Inc. (ACSCU– AAI).

CHED-Approved Trimester Program

GSC is the only school in Central Luzon that offers the CHED-approved trimester BS Nursing Honors Program that allows qualified students to graduate in three (3) years.

Excellent and Complete Facilities

GSC is the only school in Nueva Ecija that operates two base hospitals: the Nueva Ecija Good Samaritan General Hospital, Inc. (NEGSGHI) in Cabanatuan City and Gapan City.

Nursing Residency Program (NEGSGHI)

GSC is the only school in Nueva Ecija that exclusively cares for its graduates through the Nursing Residency Program at NEGSGHI for specialty training and employment experience.

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High School Admissions

(044) 464-3212 to 3215
Junior High Sschool local (105)
Senior High School local (107)

Undergraduate School Admissions

(044) 464-3212 to 3215
local (125)

Graduate School Admissions

(044) 464-3212 to 3215
local (161)