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Tuesday, 05 April 2011 09:12

Unit Requirement


The minimum unit requirement to finish a degree is broken down as follows:


Doctor of Education (Revised Curriculum, 2009-2010)

Foundation courses:15 units

Major courses: 24 units

Cognate courses: 9 units

Dissertation: 12 units

Total: 60 units


Master of Arts in Education (Revised Curriculum, 2007-2008)

Core courses: 9 units

Major courses: 18 units

Cognate courses: 6 units

Thesis: 6 units

Total: 39 units


Master in Public Administration (Revised Curriculum, 2011-2012)

Core courses: 12 units

Major courses: 15 units

Cognate courses: 6 units

Thesis/Terminal Project: 6 units

Total: 39 units


Core courses are prescribed foundation courses to enhance student's preparedness in research undertaking. The major courses are specific for the program. The cognate courses for the Master of Arts in Education degree may be chosen from any one field of specialization.


Credit Transfer


Courses taken from another institution may be credited subject to the following conditions:

All units earned from other higher institutions of learning can be credited provided the descriptions of the courses taken are similar to the offerings of the program pursued. Provided further, that the courses to be credited were taken within the last two years.


Dropping of Subjects


A student may drop a course not later than one week after the mid-term examination by filling up the prescribed form and should be approved by the professor and the dean. After this period, a student may be allowed to drop due only to illness duly certified by a recognized school/government physician. A fee is charged for each subject dropped.


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