San Pedro College is a nursing school in Mindanao located in the heart of Davao City, Philippines, founded in 1956 by the Dominican Sisters of the Trinity from Quebec, Canada. It began as a school of nursing of the San Pedro Hospital, the first Catholic hospital in Mindanao, which the religious sisters have been operating since their arrival in 1948.
San Pedro College offers a wide array of Baccalaureate Programs such as College of Arts and Sciences that includes BS in Biology, BSBA Major in Financial Management/Human Resource Development/Marketing Management, BS in Education, BS in Information Technology, BS in Guidance and Counseling, BS in Psychology. It also has academic offerings which include College of Medical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Respiratory Therapy. SPC also engages itself and the students into Community Extension Services.
... to meet the basic research needs of college administration and staff as well as providing materials that will enhance lifelong learning ... also aims to provide materials to meet the recreational, cultural and vocational needs of the college community ... The library supports the educational programs of the college through the following areas of service collection development circulation reference ...
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