Republic of the Philippines
OCCIDENTAL MINDORO STATE COLLEGE

San Jose, Occidental Mindoro

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COLLEGE NEWS: 

 OMSC enhances facilities

In keeping with its commitment to provide and improve the quality of education in this part of the Region, OMSC continues to pursue its development program.
Three major infrastructure projects were accomplished in Labangan campus amounting to 13.5 M pesos.
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One of these three projects is the Student Services Building which started its construction last May 15, 2012 and was completed last November 6, 2012. It is a 456 sq.m., two-storey building amounting to 5.3 M pesos. This building which is adjacent to the Library building housed all the offices under the Student Services. Located in its first floor are the Medical and Dental Clinic, the Guidance Office and the Supreme Student Government Office of Labangan. On its second floor are the Office of the Student Affairs, the Office of the Student Publications, the Sports Development Office and the Cultural Affairs Office.
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Standing proud along with the Library Building and the Student Affairs’ Building is the HRMs Hospitality Management Hotel and Restaurant Laboratory which costs 3.06 M pesos. It was completed last March 20, 2013. This building is a 12.5 m. x 9.5 m., two-storey building wherein you can see the restaurant, the bar, the audio room and the kitchen on the first floor. The second floor has three bedrooms and a veranda overlooking the rustic scenery of Labangan.
gymfrontMeanwhile, situated in front of the Labangan Gymnasium is the General Education Department Building. It is also a two-storey but 12-classroom building which costs 5.12 M pesos. The first floor which has 6 classrooms has a floor area of 12.5 m. X 60 m. The first phase of this building is expected to be completed on May 28, 2013 while the second phase will start on the first semester of AY 2013-2014.
          Other infrastructure projects to be erected on the key campus of the college (Labangan campus) in the next three years are still in proces

 

 OMSC offers 14 add’l. courses          

            As a preparation for pursuing the university status and to respond to the challenges of professional mobility,OMSC is offering 14 additional courses this Academic Year 2013 – 2014.  The said step was made after a thoroughand critical analysis of the Academic and Administrative Council regarding the need to offer such courses and uponthe approval of the BOT.  The said offering of new courses aims to help students broaden their access to higher education without evengoing outside the province.         
            Based on the approved authorization issued by the CHEDRO- IV-B which is in accordance with the pertinentprovisions of RA 7722 otherwise known as the “Higher Education Act of 1994,” and upon the report of “assessmenton readiness” made by RQUAT,  OMSC made way to the following new courses:
BS Industrial Engineering         
BS Electrical Engineering         
BS Architecture         
BS Social Work       
 BS Development Communication         
BA History         
BS Accounting Technology         
Bachelor of Public Administration         
BS Office Administration         
BS Food Technology         
BS Agro-Forestry         
BS Law Enforcement Administration         
Bachelor of Physical Education major in School P.E.         
BEED major in Pre-Elem and         
BSED major in Bio. Science and TLE.       
           Furthermore, to prepare for the needs of the students for these new courses this coming academic year,the 2013 Strategic Planning was conducted last April 10 -12. The said planning focused on the institutionalizationof different colleges of OMSC wherein the following topics were discussed: Organizational Structure of EachCollege, Class Schedule and Faculty and Staff Complement, Facilities and Equipment; Admission, Retention andPromotion Policies; and Class Schedule and Faculty Complement for Sophomores under CAST.          
           Hoping to enroll at least 40 students per discipline, the school’s enrolment is expected to rise by 10%.         
           Meanwhile, facilities in OMSC Labangan Campus are being prepared to cater the needs of incoming students.

 

 President Venturina receives award in 3rd Asia’s Best B-School Awards

PPresident Dr. Arnold N. Venturina was conferred with the “Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education” by the Asia’s Best B-School awards last July 19 at the Park Royal Hotel in Singapore.

Dr. Victoria V. Ungria, OMSC-Vice President for Administration, Finance and Support Services represented President Venturina in the said event due to the busy schedule of the latter. Best professors in marketing, human resource, strategic management, operations management, and information technology from various international universities and graduate schools of business were also given awards in a glittering ceremony attended by Asian and international participants from the academe and industry.

      The Asia’s Best B-School Awards is given annually by the World Education Congress, CMO Asia and Stars of the Industry Group. It recognizes individuals and institutions that have surpassed several levels of excellence and have set an example of being a role model as well as exemplary leadership in their respective fields. Wherein, relative to this, the OMSC obtained a certificate of commendation from Commission on Audit (COA) for having clean and transparent financial transactions.

      President Venturina received a trophy and a citation from the founders of the CMO Asia and World Education Congress. He was selected by a jury after reviewing his qualifications and accomplishments.

      The CMO Asia has more than 6,000 members in 110 countries whose main advocacy is to recognize the contributions of institutions and individuals in the upliftment of business practice and business education worldwide.

 

CURRICULAR OFFERINGS

2013-2014

GRADUATE STUDIES:

    • Doctor of Education major in Educational Management (Ed.D)
    • Master in Public Administration (MPA)
    • Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Mgt. (MAEd)
    • Master in Development Education

UNDERGRADUATE:

    • Bachelor of Secondary Education
    • Major in English
    • Major in Filipino
    • Major in Mathematics
    • Bachelor of Elementary Education
    • Major in English
    • Major in Filipino
    • Major in Mathematics
    • Bachelor of Scince in Business Administration
    • Major in Operation Management
    • Major in Financial Management
    • Major in Management Accounting
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education
    • Major in Crop Science
    • Major in Animal Science
    • Major in Food Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
      • Major in Crop Science
      • Major in Animal Science
      • Major in Agribusiness Management
    • Bachelor in Technical Teachers Education
      • Major in Electrical Technology
      • Major in Electronics Technology
      • Major in Automotive Technology
      • Major in Welding & Fabrication Technology
      • Major in Civil Technology
      • Major in Food Tech. & Servicing Mgt.
    • Bachelor of Science in Criminology
    • Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management
    • Diploma in Electrical Technology
    • Diploma in Mechanical Technology
    • Two - Year Midwifery Course
 

MySpace-icon  NEW PROGRAMS:

    • Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Pre - Elementary
    • Bachelor of Physical Education major in School PE
    • Bachelor of Arts in History
    • Bachelor of Public Administration
    • Bachelor of Science in Office Administration
    • Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Industrical Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Architecture
    • Bachelor of Science in Agroforestry
    • Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement Administration
    • Bachelor of Science in Social Work
    • Bachelor of Science in Food Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Development Communication