The College of Accountancy and Entrepreneurship offers two academic degree programs. The BSA, for those who are planning to be Certified Public Accountants and practice the profession in four areas – public practice, commerce and industry, academe and government; and the BSMA for those who would like to be professional business advisors.
BS Nursing is a four-year degree program with a strong educational foundation in liberal arts, sciences, and professional nursing courses taught with a transdisciplinary approach.
A four-year program that prepares graduates to work as professionals who advance the best possible health and function for individuals at all stages of life when their ability to move and function is threatened by aging, injury, illness disorders, conditions, or environmental factors.
This program requires students to have internship in clinical and industrial settings that provides training opportunities to equip students towards a career in academic teaching and research, clinical practice, community and organizational development, counseling, psychotherapeutic intervention, human resources management and psychometrics.
Doctor of Medicine is a duly-recognized 4-year post baccalaureate program of basic and advanced clinical courses in Western and Eastern Medicine fundamentals and multidisciplinary practices.
CGHC Senior High School offers the Academic track with strands in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM). These two years of specialized upper secondary education aims to provide students with necessary knowledge, skills and relevant experience for higher education.
The course is designed to develop the knowledge, skills and attitude of Caregivers in accordance with industry standards. It consists of competencies that a person must achieve to provide care and support to infants/toddlers, children, elderly, with special needs, and other essential needs of patients.