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Program Offerings

 

Arts and Sciences

  • Bachelor of Arts (AB)
    Major in:
    • Philosophy
    • Public Administration
    • Religious Studies
    • Sociology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication (BACom)
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology (BSBio)
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BSPsych)

Education

  • Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd)
  • Bachelor of Elementary Education
    Major in:
    • Special Education (SPED)
    • Early Childhood Education 
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd)
    Major in:
    • Biological Science
    • English
    • Filipino
    • MAPEH
    • Mathematics

Business and Accountancy

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology (BSAcT)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
    Major in:
    • Marketing Management
    • Financial Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship (BSEntrep)

Engineering

  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering (BSECE)
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCPE)

Computer Studies

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information System (BSIS)

Health Sciences

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Law

  • Bachelor of Laws (LIB)

Graduate School

  • Doctor of Education(EdD)
    Major in:
    • Educational Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Peace and Development (PhDPD)
  • Master of Arts in Education (MAEd)
    Major in:
    • Educational Administration
    • Guidance and Counseling
    • Mathematics
    • Science Education
    • Filipino
    • Early Childhood Education
  • Master of Arts in English (MAEngl)
  • Master of Arts in Peace and Development (MAPD)
  • Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN)
  • Master of Arts in Business Administration (MPA)

Skills Training Programs

  • Automotive Servicing NC II
  • Building Wiring Installation NC II
  • Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
  • Consumer Electronics Servicing NC II
  • Electrical Installation Maintenance NC II
  • PC Operations
  • Plumbing Course
  • Driving Lessons
  • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Course
  • Special Programs:
    • Cellphone Repair - COC
    • Baking
    • Food and Beverages Services

SCHOLARSHIPS


 

Academic Scholarships and Family Privileges

 

To encourage and assist deserving students in furthering their education, the University offers the following scholarships and study benefits.

 

  1. Valedictorian
    High School Valedictorians are granted free tuition fees during their first semester in NDU provided they belong to a graduating class of not less than 40 students.

  2. Salutatorian
    High School Salutatorians are granted 50% free tuition during their first semester in NDU provided they belong to a graduating class of not less than 40 students

  3. Honor Students
    Tuition fee grants are given to honor students.  A First Honor student can enjoy full exemption from payment of tuition fees.  A Second Honor student can enjoy one-half or 50% discount in tuition fees. Such privileges may only be enjoyed by the students in succeeding semester when they enroll.

    For academic scholars, grades in PE and NSTP should not be below 2.50 or 80%; no subject should have been dropped during the semester, and the student must have enrolled in at least fifteen (15) academic units for the semester.

  4. Family Privileges
    Members of the same family may enjoy a tuition fee discount for the third, fourth and fifth members.

    Any qualified student who wants to avail of this benefit shall fill-up the Scholarship Application Form supplied by the NDU Business Office within the first month of the semester, otherwise the said privilege shall be forfeited.

 

 

Oblate Scholarship Program

 

This scholarship program is granted to deserving students. It aims to develop positive work attitude among its grantees to prepare them for life after graduation.

 

  1. Application letter
  2. 2 x 2 Picture (1 pc.)
  3. Medical Certificate
  4. High School Card/Grade slip: An applicant must have a general average of 80% or higher to qualify.
  5. Income Tax Return (Xerox): Combined annual family income not more than P60,000.00.
  6. NDU entrance examination result (for incoming first years/transferees)
  7. Certificate of good moral character (for incoming first years /transferees)
  8. Ordinary folder – long size
  9. Three letters of recommendation using prescribed form

 

 

NDEA Welfare Fund

 

The Notre Dame Educational Association (NDEA) Welfare Fund provides assistance to students. 

 

  1. Membership and Coverage
    1. All bona fide students of the NDEA member schools, colleges and universities become members.
    2. Membership fee for students of all school levels shall be Ninety Pesos (P90.00) per calendar year.
    3. Start of coverage for students of the different schools will be upon enrollment (but not earlier than May 15) at the start of the school year.
    4. End of coverage for:
      • Pre-elementary, elementary and secondary students will be June 30 of the following year;
      • Tertiary and graduate students who enrolled during the first semester will be June 30 of the next first semester;
      • Tertiary and graduate students who enrolled during the second semester will be November 30 of the next second semester.

  2. Assistance is given for the following:
    • Loss of life due to:
      • Accident
      • Unprovoked murder
      • Illness
    • Dismemberment or loss of:
      • Both hands, both feet and sight of one eye
      • Thumb and index finger of either hand
    • Actual expenses for hospitalization or outpatient medical treatment due to accident, but not exceed to P10,000.00 per accident.

      These expenses will be reimbursed upon presentation of the original copy of the official receipts.

  3. How to claim
    1. Medical Reimbursement Claim due to Accident
      • SAGIP KA Form A - Accident or Sickness Insurance Claim Report
      • SAGIP KA Form B - Attending Physician's Report
      • Original Official Receipts of medical expenses and Medical Prescription/s
      • Incident Report or Police Report or Statement of Witness/es
      • Certificate of Enrollment/Employment
    2. Accidental Death Disablement/Dismemberment
      • SAGIP KA Claim Form A - Accident or Sickness Insurance Claim Report
      • SAGIP KA Claim Form B - Attending Physician's Report
      • Authenticated Death Certificate
      • Birth Certificate or Parent's Marriage Contract
      • Incident Report or Police Report or Autopsy Report
      • Certificate of Enrollment/Employment
    3. Death Claim due to Illness (Natural Death)
      • SAGIP KA Claim Form A - Accident or Sickness Insurance Claim Report
      • SAGIP KA Claim Form B - Attending Physician's Report
      • Authenticated Death Certificate
      • Birth Certificate or Parent's Marriage Contract
      • Certificate of Enrollment/Employment

 

Mechanics:

  • In case where the NDU student meets accidents or the like, he/she gets the SAGIP Claim Forms at the OSAS.

  • He/She presents all requirements to the OSAS that shall in turn forward the same to the Business Office for appropriate action. In special cases, the University advances the amount to the student/beneficiaries; otherwise, NDEA Central Office will process the claim.