This course is an introduction to the politics and governments of Southeast Asia, one of the world’s most diverse regions in terms of regimes, ethnic and religious composition, and levels of economic development. This course will explore the politics and economic development of the Southeast Asian region. Using comparative analysis as a tool and as a method, students are expected to look into the variables that constitute the Asian region.  The students will further use varied theoretical approaches in analyzing the diverse political systems of the Southeast Asia such as geopolitical modes of analysis and other IR-related theories vis-à-vis system of governance (domestic level).


This is an introductory course on Political Theory, which is a major subfield of Political Science. It aims to examine
classical and contemporary ideas of political thinkers who have been dominating the debates on various realms of
political life. The discussions in this course are structured to allow students to have a basic and critical understanding
of the various issues and controversies that are discussed by political thinkers today

This is an introductory course on Political Theory, which is a major subfield of Political Science. It aims to examine
classical and contemporary ideas of political thinkers who have been dominating the debates on various realms of
political life. The discussions in this course are structured to allow students to have a basic and critical understanding
of the various issues and controversies that are discussed by political thinkers today

This course introduces students to the contemporary world by examining the multifaceted phenomenon of globalization. Using the various disciplines of the social sciences, it examines the economic, social, political, technological, and other transformations that have created an increasing awareness of the interconnectedness of peoples and places around the globe. To this end, the course provides an overview of the various debates in global governance, development, and sustainability. Beyond exposing the student to the world outside the Philippines, it seeks to inculcate a sense of global citizenship and global ethical responsibility. 

This is a 3-unit basic and comprehensive course to be offered in all undergraduate programs in the University System. The course is a peace-inaction or action-based discipline for which a holistic, multi-, and trans-disciplinary approach is adopted. It intends to produce students who are peace-loving, change accelerators or agents of positive change, peace advocates champions, and builders of a culture of peace.

This course introduces students to the contemporary world by examining the multifaceted phenomenon of globalization. Using the various disciplines of the social sciences, it examines the economic, social, political, technological, and other transformations that have created an increasing awareness of the interconnectedness of peoples and places around the globe. To this end, the course provides an overview of the various debates in global governance, development, and sustainability. Beyond exposing the student to the world outside the Philippines, it seeks to inculcate a sense of global citizenship and global ethical responsibility.

This course introduces students to the contemporary world by examining the multifaceted phenomenon of globalization. Using the various disciplines of the social sciences, it examines the economic, social, political, technological, and other transformations that have created an increasing awareness of the interconnectedness of peoples and places around the globe. To this end, the course provides an overview of the various debates in global governance, development, and sustainability. Beyond exposing the student to the world outside the Philippines, it seeks to inculcate a sense of global citizenship and global ethical responsibility.