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Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English

The Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English (BSEd – English) is a four-year degree program in the Philippines that will prepare you in teaching English subjects in high school.

Taking this as your major will help you get a closer look at the development of linguistics, the structure of the English language, and the different types of literature (American, English, Afro-Asian) that flourished throughout the centuries.

Some examples of courses that you may take while enrolled in this program include:

  • Language and Literature Assessment
  • Language Research
  • Campus Journalism
  • Remedial Instruction in English
  • Creative Writing
  • Translation and Editing of Text
  • Facilitating Learning
  • Social Dimensions of Education
  • The Teaching Professions
  • Principles of Teaching
  • Assessment of Student Learning
  • Educational Technology
  • Curriculum Development
  • Developmental Reading

What Graduates Have to Say:



Qualified graduates of Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in English may find employment as an English teacher.


Passing the Teachers Licensure Examination is one of the requirements in seeking employment in the field of education. Please visit the official website of the Professional Regulatory Commission for more information.

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  1. do you have that program here in manila?

  2. Are u offering the BSed major in english online course?

  3. If I actually take these course will I find it hard? or should I say will I also get to teach in elementary level if its possible?. Is it worth it to graduate from a course BSeD?. What actually are other works I could do from graduating in these kind of course?

  4. pwede ho bang magtanong kung kailan ang schedule ng intrance exam nyo?

  5. Is BSED major in English better than Bachelor of Arts major in English language Teaching (AB-ELT)? Or is it the other way around? I’m taking up AB-ELT right now, but i’m just confused. Some says I could easily get a good job if i am a BSED-English graduate. So, which is really better?

  6. can i ask,if i choose dis course mahirap ba ito?,or should i say anu-ano ung mga mga pinag-aaralan dto in the fields of english bukod sa mga english languages?

  7. May i ask, what are the benefits and differences of BSed-English on other Education major courses. I’m asking this because i’m thinking of what subject should i take as my major subject on college. Please take a look at this 🙂 thankyou

    • Hi, Angelica!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      BSED major in English is focused on the English language. Students taking this course may have to deal with a lot of writing (essays, critical analyses, and term papers) and reading (asian literature, european literature, philippine literature, and so on). Students majoring in Math, on the other hand, can expect a lot of encounters with mathematical theories while students majoring in Social Studies may have to study about the origins and developments of different civilizations.

      As for the rest of the majors, you can see their brief overviews through the links on the page below:


  8. hi! ask ko lng po kung magkano po ang tuition fee sa pgtake up ng course na BSEd sa universities within manila ?

  9. hi PUP,ask lang po kung kelan yong entrance exam for encoming freshmen student,school year 2013-2014?thank you

  10. and also what must be the general ave. for those trying to be a teacher in english ?

  11. what must be the general average for those 4th yr student now who are trying to enroll here in PUP ?

    • Hi, Khen!

      Thanks for visiting our site.

      “82% or higher in the first three (3) years in high school and with a General Average of 82% in the Fourth Year…”


  12. Hi, do PUP Santa Rosa accept new freshmen for the second second semester? Thanks.

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