UniversityDLSU Laguna Campus offers 18 undergrad programs in AY 2017 – 2018
DLSU Laguna Campus offers 18 undergrad programs in AY 2017 – 2018
July 24, 2017
July 24, 2017

Starting Academic Year (AY) 2017 – 2018, the DLSU Laguna Campus will be offering 18 undergraduate degree programs. The courses to be offered next AY include the following:

  • AB English Studies
  • AB in International Studies major in Chinese Studies
  • AB in International Studies major in Japanese Studies
  • AB in Political Science (pre-law)
  • BS in Business Management
  • BS in Business Management with specialization in Business Analytics
  • BS in Computer Engineering
  • BS in Computer Science with specialization in Software Technology
  • BS in Electronics Engineering
  • BS in Entrepreneurship
  • BS in Industrial Engineering
  • BS in Information Technology
  • BS in Interactive Entertainment major in Game Development
  • BS in Interactive Entertainment major in Game Art and Design
  • BS in Marketing Management
  • BS in Pre-Med Physics
  • BS in Psychology (pre-med)
  • BSE major in Mathematics

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The DLSU Laguna Campus is located on a 50-hectare campus and is intended to become a significant resource for scientific and technological progress in the Philippines. With its proximity to the Laguna Technopark, the campus is set to combine efforts with its industrial neighbors in terms of science and technology projects. The campus also makes use of DLSU’s partnerships with international institutions to further enable these projects.

Through the years, the road infrastructure leading to the campus has improved and public transport has become more accessible.

As of press time, various developments are also taking place in the DLSU Laguna Campus, which include the Dr. George S. K. Ty Advanced Instrumentation Building, Richard L. Lee Engineering and Technology Block, John Gokongwei, Jr. Innovation Center, Track Oval and Football Field, as well as the redesign of the entire campus into a world class university.

These developments are part of the DLSU Laguna Campus Master Plan, which is currently not yet available to the public as plans are not finalized.