SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

HISTORY

Holy Angel Academy (HAA)  was founded in June 1933 in the then town of Angeles, Pampanga by Don Juan D. Nepomuceno, a philanthropist and businessman, and Fr. Pedro P. Santos, a parish priest, with the primary purpose of offering accessible quality Catholic education in the secondary level.  In 1947, the tertiary department was established with the two-year Junior Normal College or Elementary Teacher’s Certificate in response to the growing need for teachers in public schools.  

In 1955, HAA was granted government recognition as Normal Teacher’s College   which was converted into a four-year Collegiate Normal Course or the BSEE in 1963.  At present, there are four (4) teacher education programs namely: Bachelor of Elementary Education (BEEd), Bachelor of Special Needs Education (BSNEd), bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) and Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) majors in English, Filipino, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Religious and Values Education.
    
At present, HAU is one of the autonomous universities in the Philippines, the highest recognition that the CHED grants to a higher education institution in the country.  In addition,  Teacher Education undergraduate programs are conferred by CHED with Center of Development (COD) status, accredited Level 2 status by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) and awarded as A School of Character by Character Education Philippines (CEP).

VISION

To become the leading Catholic institution of teacher education in the region that serves as a benchmark for quality instruction, research, and other best teaching-learning practices.

MISSION

To provide quality education that enables students to be critical thinkers, mindful of their responsibilities to society, and equipped with holistic education catering to the heart and soul as well as to the body and mind.

OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide students with the opportunities and exposure to develop them and become highly competent educators, leaders and experts who continuously work for the advancement of educational thinking and practice;
  2. To instill in the students the spirit of community involvement through relevant programs/projects and become more responsive to the challenges of a progressive and dynamic society
  3. To continuously hire academically and professionally qualified and competent faculty equipped with expertise and exposure needed in the practice of the profession
  4. To serve as a benchmark for quality instruction, research and best teaching learning practices.

Program Offerings

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English

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Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in Mathematics

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Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Science

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Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino

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Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Social Studies

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Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Religious and Values Education

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Graduate

Master of Arts

  • English Language and Literature Teaching (MAELLT)
  • Teaching Science (MATS)
  • Physical Education and Sports (MAPES)
  • Teaching Mathematics (MATMA)
  • Religious and Values Education (MARVE)
  • Special Education (MASPEd)
  • Library and Information Science (MALIS)
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Master of Arts in Education

major in:

  • Educational Management (MAED)
  • Teaching Filipino (MAEDTF)
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Doctor of Philosophy Major in Educational Management (PhD EDMA)

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Administration and Staff

Dean, School of Education
Dr. Alma M. Natividad
 Monday-Wednesday-Friday (1-5pm)
Contact Number: 0932-858-2341
Messenger account name: alma miranda natividad
Program Chairperson
Dr. Mutya Paulino
 Monday to Friday / (10-12pm)
Messenger account name: Mutya Paulino
Office Staff
Ms. Edna B. Casupanan
 Contact Number: 0955.566.7633 (TM)
Graduate Program Coordinator
Dr. Cecilia H. Teodoro
 Contact Number: 09279138324

News & Announcements

HAU-SEd hosts 1st RegCon for pre-service teachers

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