FEU Alabang offers the following strands:

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are intertwining disciplines when applied in the real world. The difference of the STEM curriculum with the other strands and tracks is the focus on advanced concepts and topics.

Under this strand, student can proceed to the different field such as:

  • Engineering

Subjects under STEM are aligned to courses such as civil engineering, chemical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, electronics & communication engineering, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering.

  • Health Care

Specialized subjects for health care were introduce to this strand such as Biotechnology and Environmental Chemistry which is very important in Health allied courses.

  • Information Technology

Equipped with the basic essentials to survive the rapid global IT marketplace, look forward to get that degree on Computer Science, Computer Technology, and Information Technology as a STEM student.

  • Mathematics and Science

Mathematics and Science is the heart of the STEM curriculum. Different technical career paths are open for this strand. Various industries such as banking, civil service, financial services, consulting, and retail can become a playground in the future.

Possible careers – engineer, an IT specialist, a programmer, a pilot, an architect, an astrophysicist, a biologist, a chemist, a dentist, a nutritionist, a nurse, or a doctor.

 HUMSS (Humanities and Social Sciences)

This strand is designed for those who are considering taking up journalism, communication arts, liberal arts, education, and other social science-related courses in college.

Taking this strand, student could look forward to becoming a teacher, a psychologist, a lawyer, a writer, a social worker, or a reporter someday. This strand focuses on improving the communication skills of students.

Under this strand, student can proceed to the different field such as:

  • Communication Arts

With various communication disciplines, techniques, and skills learned from the strand, student can become a journalist, a writer, a diplomat, among others.

  • Economics and Sociology

If the student has the guts and ideals to go into politics, civic leadership, or community work, this strand is the best for the student. They can also be involved with careers on history, public administration, social work, anthropology, environmental planning, or theology.

  • Education

Possible careers under the HUMMS strand also include professionals on literature, philosophy, guidance and counselling, linguistics, Philippine Studies, and English. In this curriculum, student will deal with human experiences through which your lessons would be developed.

  • Psychology

Other fields that you could qualify are psychotherapy, market research, criminology, and military science.

ABM (Accountancy, Business and Management)

The  strand will focus on the basic concepts of financial management, business management, corporate operations, and all things that are accounted for. This strand can lead the student to careers on management and accounting which could be sales manager, human resources, marketing director, project officer, bookkeeper, accounting clerk, internal auditor, and a lot more.

Under this strand, student can proceed in college to the different field such as:

  • Accountancy

Getting accountancy is not left to just being an accountant. Student can become an accounts payable clerk, bookkeeper, budget analyst, internal auditor, chief financial officer among others.

  • Business Administration

Get on board with other various tracks in the corporate setting like loan officer, administrative assistant, community-service manager, market-research analyst, financial adviser, and even become a statistician.

  • Agribusiness

This means agriculture-related activities that put farmers, processors, distributors, and consumers within a market system of agricultural products.

 GAS (General Academic Strand)

While the other strands are career-specific, the General Academic Strand is great for students who are still undecided on which track to take. Student can choose electives from the different academic strands under this track. These subjects include Humanities, Social Sciences, Applied Economics, Organization and Management, and Disaster Preparedness among others.