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My warmest welcome to our AACCUP Team of Accreditors!

True to our mission of ensuring quality and academic excellence, PSU has always subjected its programs for periodic accreditation. The improvement that we have now are products of the recommendations given in the previous visits. Thanks to AACCUP for helping us ensure that we will give the best educational experience to our more than 25,419 young people who are currently enrolled in our university, 5,621 of this number are from PSU Bayambang. As we emphasize in our Quality Policy that through these quality assurance mechanisms, we will always commit our expertise and resources thereby producing professionals who will meet the expectations of the industry and the global market. This alone shows our university’s commitment in giving our significant share not only for our people’s development but also to the development of our nation.

Amidst the pandemic, the accreditation must go on. As we are all adapting to the new normal, let us take this journey to a higher level by rethinking how our university operates in the next years to come given the changing ecology in our educational system. By working together, we can assure everyone that we are adaptive and resilient, ready to provide solutions that are innovative, sustainable and inclusive.

I thank you all for joining us in creating another history for Pangasinan State University Bayambang Campus. My heartfelt gratitude to all members of the Accreditation Task Force, the utility and staff who spent sleepless nights even during their weekends, working thoroughly from the compilation, digitization up to the uploading of data needed in our website. May we find the next days truly rewarding and remarkable as we make another significant success for our B.S. Nursing program.

Again, thank you and Mabuhay ang AACCUP!

LIZA L. QUIMSON
CAMPUS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

CAMPUS BRIEF HISTORY

Pangasinan State University opened as Bayambang Normal School (BNS), a secondary level institution that produced public school teachers needed by the country in 1925.
After its temporary closure due to worldwide economic crisis in the 1930s, it reopened as Pangasinan Normal School (PNS). PNS served the nation by producing competent teachers and by catering to the needs of the world for it demonstrated how various government and private agencies would work in synergy to promote functional literacy, to strengthen community organization and to empower the people to work in community projects; hence it became the seat of the Philippine UNESCO National Community Training Center in 1954. The establishment of the preschool education in the 1950s made the PNS a pioneer provider of preschool education in the entire Philippines.
In 1969, PNS was converted to a college states under the name of Central Luzon Teachers College (CLTC) – the first college in region I that dynamically pursued the mandate of a normal school. Continuing education of trained teachers became one of the CLTC’s thrusts. A joint program with the Bureau of Public Schools in 1971 prompted the school to offer Master of Arts in Teaching, which was then expanded to include other curricular offerings; to wit, educational administration, guidance and counselling and elementary agriculture among others.
To decentralize centers for higher learning and to address the issue on the growing number of college entrants in Metro Manila, Pangasinan State University was established. With the birth of PSU, CLTC was integrated into the system; thus, it became PSU College of Teacher Education (PSU CE).
To date, the Campus continues to play the stellar role in producing professionals in various disciplines and serve as the center for evolving and experimenting new trends in teacher education. It now offers new programs: the Bachelor of Science in Information and Communications Technology (BSICT) which started ins SY 2001-2002 as per BOR Resolution No. 45 s 1998; Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (BECE) SY 2002-2003 as per BOR Resolution No. 30 s 2002; Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) SY 2004-2005 as per BOR Resolution No. 21 s 2003; bachelor in Public Administration (BPA) and Bachelor of Arts in English (ABE) SY 2005-2006 as per BOR Resolution No. 23 s 2003 and BOR Resolution No. 19 s 1996 respectively; and Bachelor of Science in Business Management (BSBM) SY 2006-2007 as per BOR Resolution No. 25 s 2003. Moreover, since School Year 2002-2003, evening classes have been held on self-liquidating basis to accommodate working students and those beyond the quota for regular classes. This is in response for the greater access and affordable education especially the marginalized sector in our society. Since the first semester of SY 2006-2007, only non-licensure degree programs have been offered in evening.

CAMPUS OFFICIALS

DR. LIZA L. QUIMSON
CAMPUS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

DR. LUZVIMINDA RAMOS
COLLEGE DEAN
College of Teacher Education

DR. CIELO FERNANDEZ
COLLEGE DEAN
College of Nursing

DR. JOSEPH B. CAMPIT
COLLEGE DEAN
College of Arts Sciences and Technology

COURSE OFFERINGS

COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION

Bachelor of Secondary Education
Majors in  (Science, Math, Social Studies, Communication Arts – English, Communication Arts English)

Bachelor of Elementary Education
Major in (General Education)

Bachelor of Early Childhood Education
Bachelor of Physical Educaction
Bachelor of Technology Livelihood Education

COLLEGE OF ARTS SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY

Bachelor of Arts in English Language
Bachelor of Public Administration
Bachelor of Science Business Administration
 

Major in (Marketing Management)

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

COLLEGE OF NURSING

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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