SS 17 COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS
A comparative study of five selected models of political systems as togovernment structure, organization, function, operation and politics.
SS 14 SCIENTIFIC REASONING AND CRITICAL THINKING
A study of the methodological components of the Social Sciences as tools inexplaining certain phenomena and the understanding of logical reasoning and criticalthinking.
SS 9 PRODUCTION OF SOCIAL STUDIES INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
This course provides varied opportunities for students to engage in systematicplanning of instructional materials in the different social science disciplines utilizingappropriate objectives and teaching strategies for a given content of instruction.
SS3 ASIAN STUDIES
This course is designed to examine the political, economic and socio-culturalissues in Asian societies today in the light of historical and global forces at work in Asia.
SS 13 RESEARCH IN SOCIAL STUDEIS
The course on the development of competence and skill in researchmethodology through exposure to different social research models and techniques.
SS 15 ECONOMIC PLANNING AND STRATEGY
A general survey of the development strategies of developed economies, (i.e.,USA, Japan, China), and developing countries (i.e. Philippines, Thailand, andMalaysia) in search for a model economy to solve the problems of poverty. Resourcedegradation, lack of urban planning, unemployment, deficit fiscal policies, economicdependency and related issues.
SS 16 BUILDING BRIDGES ACROSS THE SOCIAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINES (RE-MAKABAYAN AS A CORE LEARNING AREA IN THE BASIC EDUCATION)
This course covers varied presentations of integrative and interactive activitiesutilizing the thematic approach to instruction of two or more social science disciplines.
SS 12 LAW RELATED STUDIES
A study of selected laws of the country that have practical applications in theindividual’s exercise of their functions at home, in the school, community and workplace, e.g., family, law, labor law, environmental law, human rights, public