Common First-Year Paulinians

Started in 1995


The BS Physical Therapy Program has a commitment to:

Proclaim the love of Christ to all; Be Maka-Diyos, Maka-tao, Maka-buhay, Maka-bayan and Maka-kalikasan.

Develop globally competitive and compassionate Physical Therapists through academic excellence and community service. Foster a holistic and dynamic allied health profession program permeated with Gospel values. Continuously improve the quality of education through research and community programs thus, ensuring the sustainability and viability of the program.


The BSPT program is aimed at preparing men and women to become

A.  TRUE CHRISTIANS whose lives are centered on Jesus Christ;
B.  GENTLE HOPE AND CARE-GIVERS capable of helping a fellow human being reach his maximum potential, assume his due place in society and prevent disability following disease, injury or loss of body parts;
C.  SELFLESS AND CONCERNED PHYSICAL THERAPISTS willing to share their knowledge and skills with fellow care0givers;
D.  HUMBLE, COMPETENT AND MATURE PROFESSIONALS enthusiastic to work with allied professionals as members of a team in the service of all persons entrusted to their care;
E.  SIMPLE, INTERIORLY RICH AND OTHER-CENTERED PAULINIANS always conscious of their personal share in the achievement of communitarian, national and universal objectives especially of PEACE and BROTHERLY LOVE;
F.  SELF-DISCIPLINED AND CREATIVE PHYSICAL THERAPISTS capable of transforming the available resources of any given setting into effective and therapeutic tools of care;
G.  COMMITTED FILIPINOS ready to offer their professional expertise to serve those in the lowest social level, not only in urban areas bu also in the far-flung communities of the country;
H.  LEADERS in their field who recognize the value of continuing education and research.

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