Master of Arts in Educational Management

This course is designed for teachers, educational administrators and other education professionals who are involved in learning and development and seek to extend and deepen their expertise in educational management. It aims to enable aspiring leaders in education to become more informed about significant and critical issues in educational management and accordingly apply intellectual advancements to their work and help them cope positively and effectively with the management challenges that are currently affecting education.

The course is a thesis program which covers 39 overall units. Students are formally assessed on presentations, seminar and group participations, written assignments and examinations. The final requirement is the engagement of the learner in intensive research work.



Master in Business Administration

This course is design to advance and deepen the skills and knowledge of business professionals and practitioners to be excellent leaders, entrepreneurs and agents of social transformation.

This course is thesis and non-thesis program which covers both 42 over all units. Students are formally assessed on presentations, seminar and group participations, written assignments and examinations. The final requirements are the engagement of the learner in intensive research work or policy paper.


Master in Public Administration

This course is designed to provide students with the skills needed to run the program and implement policies for public good. It develops skills to create and implement public policy. It focuses on various environments, theories and concepts that influence organizations to help students to become leaders in public administration. The degree qualifies graduates to work in a wide range of public service positions, including non-profit organizations, government agencies and private companies.

This course is thesis and non-thesis program which covers both 42 over all units. Students are formally assessed on presentations, seminar and group participations, written assignments and examinations. The final requirements are the engagement of the learner in intensive research work or policy paper.

Dr. Ernesto Badillo
Dr. Carmelita C. Bandelaria
Dr. Elenita Bathan
Mr. Lino P. Balantac, MAEd
Dr. Rey Uriel M. Domalaon
Dr. Allan D. Tipan
Dr. Dante O. Lubis
 
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