College of Arts and Social Sciences

College of Arts and Social Sciences

Established on November 21, 2000 by virtue of Board Resolution No. 64, s. 2000. It continue to render service to 10 other colleges in the University by taking care of the provision of the General Education (GE) courses, the basic social sciences, and other foundation courses for professional training.

College of Architecture and Fine Arts

College of Architecture and Fine Arts

In March 6, 1984, the five-year BS Architecture curriculum of Tarlac College of Technology was approved by the Commission on Higher Education. The curriculum was offered under the Institute of Engineering, Architecture and Technical-Vocation Education or IEATV.

College of Business and Accountancy

College of Business and Accountancy

The College of Business and Accountancy shall seek to strengthen its position as a center of excellence in undergraduate business education, upholding the vision, mission, and values of the Tarlac State University.

College of Criminal Justice Education

College of Criminal Justice Education

The field of criminology is a study of crime and the various agencies of justice as they operate and react to crime, criminals and the victims. it is therefore the mission of the College of Criminal Justice Education – Criminology program to provide the community with professionally competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation, law enforcement, and the custody and the rehabilitation of offenders

College of Education

College of Education

Years before Tarlac State University sought its unparalleled reputation in the course of catering quality education to generations of professionals in Tarlac and its neighboring provinces, the institution has started from humble beginnings and is backed up with a profound history of innovation and societal involvement, thereafter, establishing its name as one of the competitive universities in the nation to address the evolving needs of education.

College of Engineering

College of Engineering

The College of Engineering envisions to be recognized for excellence in the fields of Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial, and Electronics Engineering. It aims to produce globally competitive professional engineers imbued with desirable work ethics, leadership, and technical capability to respond to the challenges of humanity.

College of Public Administration and Governance

College of Public Administration and Governance

The College of Public Administration shall provide a comprehensive range of quality public administration programs and services which aims to advance the study and practice of public administration and to produce professionals in the discipline, economy, politics, education, public service and other related disciplines for local, national and global development.

College of Science

College of Science

The College of Science was established on November 21, 2000 by virtue of
Board Resolution No. 64, s. 2000. It continues to render service to 10 other colleges in
the University by taking care of the provision of the General Education (GE) courses,
the basic social sciences, and other foundation courses for professional training.