College of Social Work and Community Development


  1. To produce quality and competent social work and community development workers.
  2. To serve as a training ground for social workers and community development workers that will act as change agent in the transformation and creation of empowered and interdependent communities.
  3. To maximize the potential of faculty by offering master’s degree courses in community development, gender, and development studies.
  4. To develop faculty development program whereby all faculty members would be encouraged to pursue/or finish higher education level.
  5. To continue the pursuit of accreditation of programs offered by the college.
  6. To develop learning and instructional materials that utilizes approaches that are relevant and appropriate to the present conditions.

BSSW PROGRAM OUTCOME (CMO 39 series of 2017)

a) Demonstrate knowledge, skills, and attitudes in engaging in a generalist helping process and planned change process for therapeutic, protective, preventive, and transformative purposes.

b) Analyze critically the origin, development, and purposes of social work in the Philippines.

c) Critique the impacts of global and national socio-structural inadequacies, discrimination, and oppression on quality of life.

d) Apply knowledge of human behavior and social environment with emphasis on the person-in-situation dynamic for social work assessment and intervention.

e) Critique social welfare policies, programs, and services of the locality, country and/or region in terms of relevance, responsiveness, accessibility, and availability to target populations.

f) Engage in advocacy work to promote socio-economic and cultural rights and well-being.

g) Generate resources for networking and partnership development.

h) Identify with the social work profession and conduct oneself in accordance with social work values and ethical principles.

i) Engage in social work practices that promote diversity and difference in client systems.

j) Use supervision to develop critical self-reflective practice for personal and professional growth.

k) Produce a portfolio of recordings, case studies and other social work documentation to reflect the quality and progress of practice.


a)   To develop and produce students into effective community development workers who are trained with core competencies, knowledge, skills, and attitudes to engage in community development work that promotes community empowerment and sustainable development.

b) To conduct and disseminate researches aimed at greater participation and empowerment of communities in development programs within the context of more equitable and sustainable development.

c) To enhance and promote effective and innovative teaching and learning methods and approaches that will assist the students in adapting to changing context of community development practice.

d) To increase and strengthen linkage with governmental, non-governmental and educational institutions and affiliations aimed at promoting partnerships for a broader learning forum and symposium for students and faculty.

e) To develop new academic programs, modular programs and/or to revise current academic programs in social planning, community resource management and community organization, in response to changing needs in community development practice.


a) Demonstrate advance knowledge and skills in ethical social work practice and professional behavior.

b) Engage in advance social work practice to promote diversity and difference.

c. Involve in advocacy to promote human rights, social, economic, and environmental justice.

d. Engage in Practice informed Research and Research-informed practice.

e. Evaluate social welfare policies, programs, and services vis-a’- vis relevance, responsiveness, accessibility, and availability to the target populations. 

f. Critique the impacts of social realities on quality of life of the client system.

g. Assess individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

h. Intervene with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

i. Evaluate social work practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.