Bachelor of Elementary Education

BEED (Bachelor of Elementary Education) is a four-year degree program that provides challenging, rich and valuable teaching-learning experience that hone our graduate’s knowledge and skills on diverse courses to become productive educators, academic administrators, researchers and publication advisers.

It further provides multiple key learning opportunities which are later reinforced throughout the educational program, particularly in teaching varied courses (form Physical and Social Sciences, Arts and Languages to Health and Livelihood) which are reinforced by technology and exposures to classroom and off-campus settings and, beefed up with one year classroom observations and interactions with mentors in the cited courses in different educational settings; Pre-Service Teaching in laboratory schools.


The graduate of BEED qualifies to take Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) leading to a Professional Licensed Teacher conducted by the Board of Professional Teachers under the supervision of the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC).



  • Pre-School/Early Childhood Teachers
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Substitute Teacher
  • Private Tutor
  • Subject Teacher
  • Publication Adviser


  • Elementary School Teacher
  • Daycare Administrator
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Elementary School Administrator
  • Subject Head
  • Discipline Officer
  • Assistant Principal
  • Administrator in the Department of Education, CHED or TESDA



  • School Supervisor/Superintendents
  • Elementary School Principal
  • Textbook and Module Writer
  • Educational Consultant
  • Curriculum Developer
  • Senior Administrator in the Department of Education, CHED or TESDA