Adamson University

Adamson University has endured the tests of history, first as a Greek-run school and then as a Catholic and Vincentian institution. It has emerged academically richer and stronger, accumulating layers of knowledge and experience that sustain its mission to provide education—the kind that meets stringent standards of quality yet affordable to those who have less. Now beyond its Diamond Jubilee, it confidently and ably plays its role as an agent of personal as well as social transformation.

Fields of Study

Accountancy

Accounting Technology

Architecture

Biology

Business Administration

Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

Civil Engineering

Communication

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Economics

Electrical Engineering

Electronics & Communications Engineering

Elementary Education

Financial Management

Geology

Hospitality Management

Industrial Engineering

Information Systems

Information Technology

Law

Marketing Management

Mechanical Engineering

Nursing

Operations Management

Pharmacy

Philosophy

Political Science

Pre-School Education

Psychology

Special Education

Business Economics

Ceramics Engineering

Chemical Process Technology

Clinical Pharmacy

Computer Technology

Mining Engineering

Customs Administration

Partner Companies