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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (BAPA)

The NEPAS official seal represents the unity among its members under the pillar of education. The two human beings represent the unity of faculty and students. The Pen represents intelligence. The Sun is the University’s Mission and Vision. The colors Yellow, Blue, Orange connotes camaraderie amongst its members

CONSTITUTION
All pronouns and concepts contained herein which are specifically of male gender including “he”, “him”, and the like- shall heretofore as gender neutral, thus encompassing all women and men who have entered the NEPAS.
Vision
To develop the best public leaders in the community and preparing them for public service careers.
Mission
To be an institution of choice for prospective . Students seeking education they need to excel as public service leaders in the public and private sectors. Help students reach their academic and professional goals by providing them with exceptional applied instructions anchored on Christian Values.
Preamble
We the members of the New Era Public Administration Society henceforth referred to as NEPAS, to fully realize our purpose, do hereby adopt and establish this constitution as the guiding instrument of our organization.

The Public Administration Program offers majors and a number of minors all of which will prepare students for professions from teaching to research to public and private administration. There are several career paths they can follow as future administrators:
1.Researcher: BAPA graduates may find themselves needed in both fields of public and private administration. Practically, all professional undertakings need research as life continues to improve. As in the case of public administration, more pertinent issues, policies and practices are changing based on the recommendations of experienced practioneers and researchers in this field.
2.Education: BAPA graduates can be educators who will share their knowledge and enjoy working with students in the classroom, in their office and in the field.
3.Administrator: BAPA graduates are also equip with the needed tools and qualifications to work as administrators primarily in the government and also in private business management.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY

The 1986 in the logo signifies the establishment of BS Biology course in the College of Arts and Sciences. The double-stranded DNA molecule is the molecular shape of double helix which represents the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms making species a unique one.
A staff with two oppositely twined serpents and surmounted by two wings is an emblem of medicine or medical profession by which Biology graduates is geared towards further medical career and other fields.

VISION
To produce globally competitive and skilled professionals fostering a strong sense of passion in Biology.

MISSION
Provide quality education integrated with Christian cultures through productive learning experiences, worthwhile experiments, and researches for a better understanding on the fields of biological diversity and conservation, medical science and biology education.

OBJECTIVES
The program aims to equip students with intensive knowledge on the biological sciences and research skills necessary in laboratory-related opportunities leading to further medical studies, the teaching professions and the innate concern for the preservation of the environment.

CAREER PATHS
The Biology Program offers majors and a number of minors all of which prepare students for professions from teaching to research to health care to educate. There are several career paths you can follow as a biologist, including these:

1.Health care: Biology graduates can take further studies in medical field and assist or spearhead in the development of public health campaigns to combat diseases.
2.Research: Biologists can be a researcher who studies the natural/biological world by using the modern scientific tools and techniques in laboratory and outdoors settings to find solutions to specific problems and discover something in order to understand how living systems work.
3.Environmental management and conservation: Biologists who are interested in management and conservation careers can help in solving environmental problems, preserving the natural world, develop and implement management plans for the benefit of the future generations.
4.Education: Biology graduates can be educators who share their knowledge and enjoy working with students in the classroom, in research lab and field by encouraging them to discover new things.
5.Other biological careers: There are many careers for biologists who wish to integrate their scientific training with other fields of interests. Here are some examples:

a.Biotechnology: Biologists may enter in the Biotech laboratory and apply scientific principles in order to improve and develop new products, tools, and technological advances in fields such as medicine, food science, and agriculture.
b.Business and industry: Biologists can work with drug companies and suppliers of scientific products and services to test new products and conduct research. They can also work in sales, marketing, and as public relations officers.
c.Science Journalism and communication: Biology graduates can be writers to inform the general public about significant and emerging issues in biology.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY

The symbol for psychology represents a Greek letter, PSI. It is the first letter of the Greek word psyche, meaning mind or soul, from which the term psyche arose. The term psychology is then derived from this word (psyche), which is also the name of the discipline which is most commonly defined as study of the mind.

VISION

To become competent practitioners of Psychology equipped with the desired potentials to respond to the changing demands of the modern times towards spiritual empowerment and global competitiveness.

MISSION

To provide quality education integrated with values through continuing researches and innovation in various fields of Psychology.

New Era University Psychology Society (NEUPS) Vision and Mission

VISION
To become independently developed leaders equipped with guided psychological principles based on human understanding with the virtue of Christian ethics in response to changing demands of the society.

MISSION
To foster interpersonal relationships within the psychology program and serve as a unit in promoting Christian values, within the group and in the society and to sustain psychologically sound mind in attaining professional growth in the scientific fields.

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ECONOMICS

Economics Society Seal
In psychology the color beige (around the seal) means history, it represents the history of Economics; the economists shared their thoughts and works which can be applied in modern era. The graph denotes the supply and demand curve which is essential in the field of economics.

Vision
To produce college graduates who are prosperous, influential and concerned and actively participating in nation building.

Mission
To produce an economics man-ready, willing and able to participate in influencing production, consumption and investment for economic progress and stability.

Career path of Economics Graduates
The careers of Economics majors are numerous enough that we can apply in different industries.

• Financial analyst- Financial analysts research companies, industries, stocks, bonds and other investment vehicles for finance departments of corporations, banks, credit agencies and private investors. Their analyses often tap the advanced quantitative skills possessed by many economics majors.
• Market Research analyst- Market Research Analysts tap knowledge of industry trends to assess how products or services might fare under various economic conditions. Like economics majors, they are trained to design studies, and gather and analyze data. They must be able to quantify results and represent this information to clients. Market research analysts apply many of the skills that economics majors develop such as the use of presentation software and graphical representation, as well as writing and statistical skills. They must think critically about products and services and solve problems involved with their marketing
• Data analyst- A data analyst collects and studies data to reveal ways to improve a business, organization or government entity; or databases and the data entered into those databases. The data can involve almost any topic including employees, customers, marketing, sales, manufacturing or distribution.
• Economic Consultant- Economic Consultants use analytical and research skills to carry out studies regarding economic scenarios. They analyze industry trends which will impact product introductions, expansions and investments for corporate clients. Economic consultants act as expert witnesses in legal cases to assess economic damages, analyze intellectual property and antitrust violations and address regulatory violations. They conduct valuation studies to help fix prices for business properties/entities.
• Actuary- Actuaries apply advanced mathematical and statistical skills to determine the likelihood of insurable events like fires, deaths, illnesses and business failures. Like economics majors, they need to consider a great number of variables when analyzing risk profiles in order to establish a profitable structure for insurance policies.
• Logistician- Logisticians analyze and coordinate an organization’s supply chain—the system that moves a product from supplier to consumer. They manage the entire life cycle of a product, which includes how a product is acquired, distributed, allocated, and delivered.
• Economics Professor- Economics graduates can choose this profession if they have a master’s degree. They will teach the economics majors in production, consumption and distribution.
• Budget Analyst- The budget analyst position is accountable for preparing the annual budget, comparing it to actual results, and reporting on variances from the budget.
• Credit Analyst- Credit analysts conduct microeconomic analyses of prospective clients to assess the risks involved with loaning funds to those business entities or individuals. They take into account economic trends and factors impacting the region, industries and competitors of prospective clients.
• Policy Analyst- Policy analysts analyze research issues that impact the public and recommend legislation and governmental intervention to address the problems. Economic knowledge is critical to understanding many of the issues and for constructing solutions that are financially feasible. Economics majors are well positioned to analyze issues like healthcare, tax, energy, environmental and international trade policy. Policy analysts rely on strong writing skills to represent the findings of their research and convince legislators and the public of the viability of their recommendations.
• Lawyer- Lawyers use critical thinking and analytical skills to prepare and try their cases. Many areas of law such as corporate law, tax law, antitrust law, personal injury and medical malpractice involve the application of micro and macroeconomic analysis.
• Management Consultant- Management consultants analyze business issues and research possible solutions to present to clients. New college graduates often start out in positions like research analyst, research assistant or junior consultant where they support the work of more senior staff. The economics major provides an excellent grounding in the financial and quantitative modelling consultants often use to conduct their analyses.
• Business Reporter- Business reporters research, write and broadcast stories about business leaders, companies, industry trends, economic developments and financial markets. In essence, they are ongoing students of the modern economic world while also acting as journalists.
• Purchasing Agent- Purchasing agents are responsible for developing profitable purchasing strategies, assess supplier profile and analyze offers, and review supplies to ensure quality.
• Investment Consultant- An investment consultant is an advisor who helps investors with their long-term investment planning. An investment consultant, unlike a broker, does more in-depth work on formulating clients’ investment strategies, helping them fulfill their needs and goals.
• Tax Economist- the Tax Economist is responsible for researching and writing studies, reports, and op-eds on current tax and spending issues at the national or local level.
• International Trade Specialist- International trade specialists analyze and oversee the importing and exporting of goods for a business on a global scale. Economics graduates are well fit in this profession; they have knowledge on trading goods, foreign exchange and the global prices.
• Securities Broker- A securities broker contacts or is contacted by potential clients. He explains what services he offers and, when a client opens an account, offers advice on the purchase of particular securities. He will, with his clients’ permission, purchase or sell securities on the clients’ behalf. The broker will then monitor the financial markets, watching the performance of clients’ securities. Economics graduates can understand easily the economic trends which are helpful in watching over the client’s portfolio.
• Credit Analyst- Credit analysts conduct microeconomic analyses of prospective clients to assess the risks involved with loaning funds to those business entities or individuals. They take into account economic trends and factors impacting the region, industries