Capiz State University – Burias (CAPSU - Burias)
is a public university in Mambusao, Capiz
established in 1980. The university is part of the Capiz State University
system and is the only campus that has the largest portion
of land (150.9823) for agricultural production. Moreover, the campus is known for its Coco Seednut production
which is considered as the primary source of their income. Aside from that, the plantation is also used by the campus for its research and development programs. Further, The campus also invests in rice production and, part of their planning is their investment in poultry and other livestock production.
Like its sister campuses, CAPSU - Burias offers a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, ranging from Agriculture
. Some of its bachelor degree programs include; Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering, Education, Business Management,
and Public Administration
. It is also K-12
ready and currently provides senior high school (SHS) strands under the Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL)
as well as an Academic Track
. More so, the campus also has an extension program which is known as the Community Development Extension Project (CDEP),
which aims to help its locals in terms of livelihood and training.