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Pharmacy and Medical Technology Department

In June 2001, the School of Pharmacy in CEU Manila expanded its operation by offering the four-year Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy program in CEU Malolos Campus. Over the years, the Pharmacy program in the Campus has performed well in Pharmacist Licensure Examinations (PLE), thus becoming the leading institution in the field of Pharmacy education in Central Luzon. Escolarian pharmacists from the Malolos campus excel with their unique training and extensive experience in the essentials of Pharmacy, constantly proving themselves to be among the best in their profession.


Students are consistently trained to be globally competitive, professionally competent, legally qualified, morally upright, and patient and population-oriented pharmacy practitioners. The Pharmacy program is enhanced with the latest laboratory equipment and library resources.


Pharmacy students build strong careers as supervisors, owners or managers of drugstores, company pharmacists, quality control pharmacists, laboratory instructors, lecturers, food and drug regulation officers, hospital pharmacists, clinical pharmacists, directors of hospital pharmacies, and product managers of pharmaceutical firms.


In the academic year 2018-2019, the Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology program was offered in the CEU Malolos campus. Through the academic leadership of the School of Medical Technology in CEU Manila, the BSMT program in Malolos campus trains its students in the performance of laboratory test procedures and analyses used in the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of disease and the maintenance of health.


The program focuses on the use of modern equipment and the performance of scientific techniques in the administration of the full spectrum of Medical Technology services required in modern health care. At the end of a four-year course, students demonstrate competencies in scientific research, methods and processes, having acquired skills in instrumentation, laboratory diagnosis, methodology, and life-saving procedures. They manifest as well wholesome values and attitudes that enable them to be able to contribute to the overall social, mental, physical, health, and environmental concerns of the community, of the country, and of the world.



To become the leading provider of globally competent pharmacists and medical technologists by delivering pharmaceutical care and laboratory services required in modern health care



Guided and inspired by the University's maxim Ciencia Y Virtud, the Pharmacy and Medical Technology Department is committed to providing its students the necessary knowledge, skills, values, and competencies, so they will become professionally competent, legally qualified, morally upright, patient, and population-oriented, and globally competitive pharmacists and medical technologists.

Distinct Features

  • Pharmacy Program is Accredited Level II status by PACUCOA
  • Top provider of licensed pharmacists in Central Luzon
  • Top Performing School in the Pharmacist Licensure Examination by the Professional Regulation Commission
  • Complete laboratory and research facilities for Pharmacy and Medical Technology programs
  • Strong linkages with international and national professional organizations, government, and private institutions
  • Strong linkages with different drugstores, hospitals, manufacturing companies and other health care facilities for internships (experiential practice) and clerkship
  • Simulated drugstore for training students in patient counseling and drug information services
  • State-of-the-art library facilities
  • Highly-qualified faculty members who are licensed pharmacists and medical technologists

Academic Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (4 years)
  • Bachelor of Science in Clinal Pharmacy (ladderized 5-year program)




The Pharmacy curriculum aims to provide globally competitive pharmacists who are scientifically competent, technically skilled, caring and responsible professionals, and able to deliver the full spectrum of pharmacy services required in the different settings of pharmacy practice. The school is committed to the development of pharmacy graduates who can:

  1. demonstrate a working knowledge of concepts and principles focusing on patient-centered pharmacy practice;
  2. practice operative interpersonal, intraprofessional communication, and collaborative skills in providing pharmaceutical care and patient counseling;
  3. perform efficiently and effectively responsibilities and tasks in any area of pharmacy practice;
  4. design pharmaceutical care services program integrating innovative business/ entrepreneurial strategies;
  5. conduct scientific research leading to the development of drugs for prevention, diagnosis, mitigation, treatment of diseases or medical conditions, and contribute to the acquisition of new knowledge in the practice of pharmacy;
  6. practice the profession consistent with the ethical, legal, social, economic standards of the pharmacy profession; and
  7. engage in a self-directed lifelong learning.


Pharmacy is a multi-faceted profession. As a B.S. Pharmacy graduate and a licensed pharmacist, you can work in any one of the following establishments:

1. Drug Outlets


  • Drug Store Owner/Manager
  • Supervising Pharmacist
  • Chain Drug Store Chief Pharmacist/Staff Pharmacist
  • Botica ng Barangay Pharmacist


  • Chief Pharmacist
  • Supervisor
  • Hospital Pharmacist
  • Clinical Pharmacist
  • Staff Pharmacist

2. Drug Establishments

  • Pharmacist Owner/Manager/Supervisor/Staff
  • Regulatory Pharmacist
  • Company Pharmacist
  • Research/Clinical Researcher
  • Quality Control Analyst
  • Quality Assurance Inspector
  • Medical Representative
  • Product Manager
  • Production Pharmacist
  • Production Planning and Inventory Control Officer
  • Marketing Specialist

3. Academic Institutions

  • Administrator
  • Dean
  • Assistant Dean
  • Program Coordinator
  • Department Chair
  • Professor
  • Instructor
  • Lecturer

4. Government Agencies

  • Professional Regulation Commission Board of Pharmacy Examiner
  • Food and Drug Regulation Officer (FDRO)
  • Drug Regulation Officer (DRO)
  • Director of Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • Hospital/Clinic Pharmacist
  • Consultant
  • Researcher
  • Philhealth Pharmacist
  • Military Pharmacist
  • Forensic Pharmacist Analyst

5. Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO)

  • HMO Pharmacist
  • Medical Transcriptor
  • Health Call Center Pharmacist

6. Research Institutions

  • Researcher
  • Administrator

7. Non-Government Organizations/Private Corporations

  • Project Director
  • Consultant
  • Company Pharmacist




The graduates of B.S. Medical Technology shall have the ability to:

  1. demonstrate technical competence in the performance of clinical laboratory tests in aid of diagnosis, treatment, and management of diseases;
  2. demonstrate critical thinking skills in the workplace;
  3. contribute to the collection, analysis, and projection of health information for improving the healthcare management system;
  4. demonstrate entrepreneurial skills in areas related to MT/MLS practice;
  5. demonstrate interpersonal skills, leadership qualities, and ethical practice of the profession;
  6. demonstrate research skills in relevant areas of MT/MLS practice;
  7. engage in community-oriented activities;
  8. engage in life-long learning activities; and
  9. demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.


  • Analyst in clinical laboratory
  • Analyst in drug testing laboratory
  • Analyst in pharmaceutical company, veterinary clinic, food company, cosmetic clinic and fertility clinic.
  • Researcher in clinical/educational/diagnostic institutions
  • Professional product specialist in manufacturing/marketing/sales companies
  • Academician and health educator
  • Geneticist
  • Medical transcriptionist
  • Forensic technologist

Deans and Academic Heads

Mrs. Regina A. Jazul

Program Head, Pharmacy and Medical Technology Department

[email protected]


Pharmacy and Medical Technology Department Office,

Ground Flr., Pilar Hidalgo Lim Building Centro Escolar University

Km 44 Mc Arthur Highway,

City of Malolos, Bulacan

(044) 791-6359 local 1304

Faculty Profile

Permanent Faculty:


  • Carreon, Angeline G.

Master of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


  • David, Penuel P.

Master of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


  • Jazul, Regina A.

Master of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


  • Sanchez, Charmaine M.

Master of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

University of Santo Tomas


Fixed Term:


  • Lapig, Jan Dominique R.

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


  • Manansala, Anjellie T.

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


  • Perez, Mylene June T.

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


  • Principe, Ruth Kristabelle T.

Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy

Centro Escolar University


  • Victorino, Francis Cedrick J.

Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science

Our Lady of Fatima University




  • Tobias, John Rhil D.

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

Silliman University



  • Mercury Drug Foundation
  • Philippine Pharmacists Association (PPhA)
  • Philippine Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (PACOP)



  • Association of Asian Schools of Pharmacy (AASP)
  • STIKES Telogorejo-Semarang, Indonesia
  • International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP)
  • Wayne State University (WSU)

Laboratories and Facilities

  • Pharmacare Laboratory
    The laboratory is the perfect simulation of a real pharmacy where students are able to put theory into practice, giving them a deeper appreciation of their studies.


  • Pharmacy and Medical Technology Classroom Laboratory
    The laboratory houses facilities and equipment that will aid in providing students with basic knowledge and skills in the performance of routine diagnostic procedures in actual practice.

Department Scholarships


  • Lourdes Talag-Echauz Educational Foundation Inc.
  • Mercury Drug Foundation, Inc.



  • The Philippine Pharmacists Association Scholarship
  • The Philippine Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Scholarship
  • CEU-AFI Pharmacy Chapter Scholarship
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