Lyceum of the Philippines University

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The Lyceum of the Philippines University is an institute of higher education located in Manila's Intramuros and founded by Jose P. Laurel. The school is named after lykeion, the grove in ancient Athens where Aristotle taught his pupils. The institute's educational vision is founded on principles Jose P. Laurel set down.

One of its most prominent features is its entry point, the "Hall of Heroes" which exhibits busts of revered Philippine historical figures sculpted by the National Artist Guillermo Tolentino.

The school is affiliated with the Lyceum of Batangas, the Lyceum Institute of Technology in Calamba City,Laguna and the Lyceum-St. Cabrini College of Allied Medicine in Sto. Tomas, Batangas. Many disciplines are taught the school, yet foreign service has consistently remained the Lyceum's flagship course. The Lyceum has produced many leaders and officials in Philippine public service as well as in the country's foreign affairs department.

It is a member of the Intramuros Consortium which includes the technical school Mapua Institute of Technology, the Catholic school Colegio de San Juan de Letran, and the city-owned Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila.

The main campus occupies what used to be a hospital during the Spanish colonial period.

It opened its gates to its first students on July 7, 1952.

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Institution

The Lyceum campus at Intramuros was built on the site where the old San Juan de Dios Hospital was located.

Today, all classrooms are spacious and air conditioned to facilitate learning. All these are wired through the school's integrated computer network.

The school's motto is Veritas et fortitudo, truth and courage.

The Lyceum offers programs classical courses, law, the liberal arts, diplomacy, and journalism as well as the Engineering, Business and Accountancy, Mass Communications, Tourism, Hotel and Restaurant Management. The school aims to lead in tertiary level Information Technology education.

The school's roster of graduates has leaders in government, the arts, and the legal, diplomatic, commercial and other professions.

Colleges and Graduate School

College of Arts and Sciences

Programs:

  • AB Legal Studies
  • AB Mass Communication

Specialization: Advertising, Broadcast Communication, Public Relations

  • BS Journalism
  • BS Psychology
  • BS Secondary Education

Major: English, Filipino, Social Studies

  • AB English
  • AB Philippine Studies

College of Business Administration

Programs:

  • BS Accountancy
  • BS Office Administration
  • BS Business Administration

Major: Banking and Finance, Computer Data Management and Processing, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Management, Management Accounting, Marketing, Public Administration, Retail Trade Management, Security Service Management, Tariffs and Customs Administration

College of Engineering

Programs:

  • BS Computer Engineering
  • BS Electrical Engineering
  • BS Electronics and Communications Engineering
  • BS Industrial Engineering
  • BS Mechanical Engineering

College of Computer Studies

Programs:

  • BS Computer Science
  • BS Information Management
  • BS Information Technology
  • Associate in Computer Technology

College of International Relations

Programs:

  • BS International Relations

Major: Diplomacy, International Trade

College of International Hospitality Management

Programs:

  • BS Hotel and Restaurant Management
  • BS HRM w/ Specialization in Cruise Line Management
  • BS Tourism

College of Law

Programs:

  • Bachelor of Laws

The College of Law has a separate campus in Makati City.

College of Nursing

Programs:

  • BS Nursing
  • Associate in Health Science Education

Claro M. Recto Academy of Advanced Studies (CMR-AAS)

  • MA Education

Major: Educational Management, Guidance and Counseling

  • Master in Business Administration
  • Master in Public Administration
  • MA International Relations
  • MA Political Science
  • MA Economics
  • PhD Public Policies and Management
  • PhD Fiscal Management

Student Organizations

University-wide Student Organizations

  • Lyceum Central Student Government (LYCESGO)
  • Lyceum Cheerleading Association
  • Lyceum Scholastic Society (Lambda Sigma Kappa)
  • Lyceum Debate Society
  • Lyceum Student Catholic Action (LYCESCA)
  • Tanghalang Batingaw
  • Lyceum Chorale [1]
  • Lyceum Dance Troupe
  • Lyceum Environmental Society

College-based Student Organizations

  • Lyceum Business Club
  • Junior Finance Executives (JFINEX)
  • Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA)
  • Philippine Society of Customs Administration Students (PSCAS)
  • Lyceum Hotel and Restaurant Management Society (LHRMS)
  • Lyceum Tourism Students Association (LTSA)
  • Lyceum Math Club (College of Arts and Sciences)
  • Lyceum Historical Society
  • Lyceum Psychological Society
  • Lyceum Communication Arts and Journalism Society
  • Promotion and Advertising Committee (ProAd - CAS)
  • CAS Pep Squad (College of Arts and Sciences)
  • Lyceum Legal Studies Club
  • Institute of Electronics and Communications Engineers of the Philippines
  • Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Lyceum Computer Engineering Society
  • Lyceum Math Circle (College of Engineering)
  • Lyceum Computer Society
  • Foreign Service Club
  • Foreign Languages Association
  • Lyceum UNESCO Club

Independent Student Political Parties

  • Partido Kalayaan (Kabataang Lakas ay Alay sa Bayan)
  • Pamana (Partido ng mga Mag-Aaral na Nagkakaisa)
  • Partido Independiente


External links

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