Can you inspire change?
In Applied Deaf Studies, Deaf individuals are trained to become competent leader advocates for the Filipino Deaf community and in the workplace. The Deaf Studies program allows you to have an in-depth understanding of the Deaf community, language, identity, and culture. Part of the program is to gain practical skills in the areas of computer graphics, entrepreneurship or business outsourcing.
The Visual Media Arts track prepares students for careers related to graphic design and computer imaging. This track is for those who are interested in new media design, communications, and other fields using digital technologies. Students are trained in website design using Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver, interactive design and authoring using Macromedia Director, videography, photography, print design and pre-press production.
The Entrepreneurship track prepares students to set up, operate, and manage small-to-medium level businesses. Students learn techniques in producing food and non-food products and also develop competencies in the areas of marketing, finance, operations, and office management.
The Business Outsourcing and Services Management track develops students to work in the ever-expanding business outsourcing field or encourage them to become e-commerce entrepreneurs. The students will learn skills related to the creative industry as well as basic skills necessary for coding and accounting. These learnings are further honed by developing their competence as project managers and business persons.
- Sign Language Instructor
- NGO Worker
- Community Advocacy Associate
- College Instructor Handling Deaf Studies Course
- Graphic Designer
- Marketing Associate
- Business Production Assistant
- Data Processor/Data Entry Specialist
- Web Designer
- Computer Imaging
- Data Analysts
- Web designers – front end and back end
- App designers and developers
- Search engine optimizers
- Data entry specialists
- Accounts support
- Technical support