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The College of Teacher Education envisions its graduates from the different degree programs to demonstrate technological, pedagogical content knowledge (TCPCK) imbued with the essential skills that prepare them for excellence in the delivery of relevant, meaningful and facilitative instruction in the basic education. Moreover, the college aspires its graduates to be leaders in promoting education for sustainable development addressing emerging socio-cultural, economic, and environmental concerns.
The College of Arts and Sciences provides excellent and relevant liberal and professional education and undertakes multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research in the social and physical sciences, mathematics, humanities, tourism, communication, governance to produce graduates who are facilitators of learning, design thinkers, protectors of the environment, knowledge-generation driven, mission-driven workers, and ethical and democratic citizens, thereby contributing towards building a strong nation.
The College of Nursing was created through CSC Board Resolution No. 35 s. 1982. Through this board, Cebu Normal University entered into a consortium with Southern lslands Hospital (now known as Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center). Since then, the college has offered Bachelor of Science in Nursing with only one section for each level. lt had its first graduates in 1986.
The Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center and Cebu Normal University entered into a consortium to establish the region’s first state-funded Medical School in Central Visayas, the CNU-VSMMC COLLEGE OF MEDICINE. The College offers a four-year Doctor of Medicine Program with a Medical Scholarship and Return Service Program (R.A. 11509, a.k.a. “Doktor Para Sa Bayan Act). The college aims to produce doctors who are not only experts in delivering patient care but also transformative leaders instrumental in achieving the country’s health outcomes.
Cebu Normal University was established in 1902 as a provincial normal school and a branch of the Philippine Normal School. It became an independent institution in 1924, a chartered college in 1976, and a university in 1998. It is one of the oldest educational institutions in Cebu.
CNU has three campuses, the main campus in Osmeña Boulevard, Cebu City and two extension campuses in Medellin and Balamban.