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Schools & Programs

Graduate School

The CEU Graduate School was organized in 1926 during the administration of Dona Librada Avelino, founder, and first CEU President. Dr. Concepcion A. Aguila was the first Graduate School Dean. She was assisted by Dr. Lorenzo Paredes and Miss Generosa de Leon, then CEU Registrar and Comptroller. During her deanship (1926-1960), Dr. Aguila developed and administered programs leading to the Doctor of Education and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. CEU, thus, became the first non-sectarian university to offer graduate school courses.

 

Dr. Alicia Jose Ramos, the second dean, (1960-1965) is credited with the expansion of the Graduate School and growth in enrolment. In 1965, Dr. Paz Policarpio Mendez was appointed the third dean. During her term, several new programs on the masters and doctoral levels were opened. In 1988, Dr. Rosita L. Navarro was appointed as the fourth dean. The term of Dr. Navarro marked the start of innovative programs that merited financial support from reputable funding agencies. Several graduate degree programs have earned international recognition and endowments in the form of professorial chairs and research grants.

 

In 2002, vertical articulation of graduate programs emanating from strong undergraduate programs was implemented in CEU. These undergraduate programs are from the School of Accountancy, Business, Secretarial, Public Administration, School of Education—Liberal Arts—Music—Social Work, School of Pharmacy, School of Tourism-Family Economics-Nutrition and HRM, and School of Science.

 

In 2006, the graduate programs of the School of Accountancy, Management and Technology; the School of Education, Liberal Arts, Music, and Social Work; and the School of Science were granted Level 3 Accredited status by the Philippine Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA), which were affirmed in 2007 when the three schools were granted Level 3 re-accredited status.


VISION

The CEU Graduate School is envisioned as a graduate institution that nurtures creative scholarship, intellectual independence, professional expertise, and moral commitment among leaders and active participants in nation building and global cooperation.


MISSION

In pursuit of the University’s philosophy of “Ciencia y Virtud”(science and virtue), the Graduate School seeks to develop research-oriented and technologically competent professionals and intellectually independent leaders who are active participants in national and international development efforts.

 

Distinct Features

  • Level IV Re-accredited Status
    Master of Arts Programs and Master of Science Programs with LEVEL IV re-accredited status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) and as certified by Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP)

  • Level IV Accredited Status
    Master of Business Administration Program is granted with the Highest Level of Accreditation, Level IV by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) and as certified by Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP).

  • Level I Accredited Status
    Doctoral Programs with LEVEL I Accredited Status by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) and as certified by Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP). These are Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Management, Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education, Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacy, Doctor of Philosophy in Southeast Asian Studies, and Doctor of Public Administration

  • CHED Center of Excellence in Teacher Education

  • CHED Center of Development in Business Education

  • CEU Research and Development Foundation
    is a non-stock, non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Philippines, funding worthwhile theses/ dissertations/researches of CEU Graduate School faculty and students.

  • CEU Library and Facilities
    Rich book collections and latest online journal subscriptions for research
    Up-to-date multimedia facilities and equipment for lecture and presentations

  • Scholarship
    Paz P. Mendez Research Assistance Grant
    University Full and Partial Scholarships available for Master and Doctoral programs

  • Professorial Chair
    Competent Faculty Practitioners with industry experience
    Adjunct professors for research improvement with research experience to mentor thesis and dissertation students

Academic Programs

SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY AND MANAGEMENT

MASTER'S PROGRAMS
Master of Business Administration (Executive Program)

Program Outcomes (Common to all MBA Program)

Upon completion of the degree, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize qualitative and quantitative methods and integrate tools, techniques and concepts from the different functional areas to analyze and solve business problems and cases.
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, self-awareness, leadership, effective communication and entrepreneurial skills in the performance of their day to day activities.
    1. Incorporate diversity and multicultural perspectives in the assessment of global opportunities and challenges for business growth.
  3. Address and apply ethical values in business operations and decisions.
  4. Assess the business environment and opportunities and implement strategies that can help maximize investors’ returns on their investments.
  5. Identify problems, define objectives, analyze risks and alternatives through the use of qualitative and quantitative methods of solving business problems.
  6. Apply leadership, communication, decision making and entrepreneurial skills appropriate for various business situations.
  7. Demonstrate awareness of economic, environmental, political, legal, and regulatory contexts of global business practice.
  8. Understand, analyze and apply corporate social responsibilities to the different sectors of the society such as the government, clients, environment, suppliers and investors

Employment Opportunities 

  • Account Executive
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Product Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Educator

 

Master of Business Administration (Thesis)

Program Outcomes (Common to all MBA Program)

Upon completion of the degree, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize qualitative and quantitative methods and integrate tools, techniques and concepts from the different functional areas to analyze and solve business problems and cases.
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, self-awareness, leadership, effective communication and entrepreneurial skills in the performance of their day to day activities.
  3. Incorporate diversity and multicultural perspectives in the assessment of global opportunities and challenges for business growth.
  4. Address and apply ethical values in business operations and decisions.
  5. Assess the business environment and opportunities and implement strategies that can help maximize investors’ returns on their investments.
  6. Identify problems, define objectives, analyze risks and alternatives through the use of qualitative and quantitative methods of solving business problems.
  7. Apply leadership, communication, decision making and entrepreneurial skills appropriate for various business situations.
  8. Demonstrate awareness of economic, environmental, political, legal, and regulatory contexts of global business practice.
  9. Understand, analyze and apply corporate social responsibilities to the different sectors of the society such as the government, clients, environment, suppliers and investors

Employment Opportunities

  • Account Executive
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Product Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Educator

 

Master of Business Administration (Non-Thesis)

Program Outcomes (Common to all MBA Program)

Upon completion of the degree, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize qualitative and quantitative methods and integrate tools, techniques and concepts from the different functional areas to analyze and solve business problems and cases.
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, self-awareness, leadership, effective communication and entrepreneurial skills in the performance of their day to day activities.
  3. Incorporate diversity and multicultural perspectives in the assessment of global opportunities and challenges for business growth.
  4. Address and apply ethical values in business operations and decisions.
  5. Assess the business environment and opportunities and implement strategies that can help maximize investors’ returns on their investments.
  6. Identify problems, define objectives, analyze risks and alternatives through the use of qualitative and quantitative methods of solving business problems.
  7. Apply leadership, communication, decision making and entrepreneurial skills appropriate for various business situations.
  8. Demonstrate awareness of economic, environmental, political, legal, and regulatory contexts of global business practice.
  9. Understand, analyze and apply corporate social responsibilities to the different sectors of the society such as the government, clients, environment, suppliers and investors

Employment Opportunities

  • Account Executive
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Product Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Educator

 

Master of Business Administration (Total Quality Management)

Program Outcomes (Common to all MBA Program)

Upon completion of the degree, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize qualitative and quantitative methods and integrate tools, techniques and concepts from the different functional areas to analyze and solve business problems and cases.
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, self-awareness, leadership, effective communication and entrepreneurial skills in the performance of their day to day activities.
  3. Incorporate diversity and multicultural perspectives in the assessment of global opportunities and challenges for business growth.
  4. Address and apply ethical values in business operations and decisions.
  5. Assess the business environment and opportunities and implement strategies that can help maximize investors’ returns on their investments.
  6. Identify problems, define objectives, analyze risks and alternatives through the use of qualitative and quantitative methods of solving business problems.
  7. Apply leadership, communication, decision making and entrepreneurial skills appropriate for various business situations.
  8. Demonstrate awareness of economic, environmental, political, legal, and regulatory contexts of global business practice.
  9. Understand, analyze and apply corporate social responsibilities to the different sectors of the society such as the government, clients, environment, suppliers and investors

Employment Opportunities

  • Account Executive
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Product Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Educator

 

Master of Business Administration (Financial Analysis)

Program Outcomes (Common to all MBA Program)

Upon completion of the degree, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize qualitative and quantitative methods and integrate tools, techniques and concepts from the different functional areas to analyze and solve business problems and cases.
  2. Demonstrate professionalism, self-awareness, leadership, effective communication and entrepreneurial skills in the performance of their day to day activities.
  3. Incorporate diversity and multicultural perspectives in the assessment of global opportunities and challenges for business growth.
  4. Address and apply ethical values in business operations and decisions.
  5. Assess the business environment and opportunities and implement strategies that can help maximize investors’ returns on their investments.
  6. Identify problems, define objectives, analyze risks and alternatives through the use of qualitative and quantitative methods of solving business problems.
  7. Apply leadership, communication, decision making and entrepreneurial skills appropriate for various business situations.
  8. Demonstrate awareness of economic, environmental, political, legal, and regulatory contexts of global business practice.
  9. Understand, analyze and apply corporate social responsibilities to the different sectors of the society such as the government, clients, environment, suppliers and investors

Employment Opportunities

  • Account Executive
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Product Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • New Account Personnel
  • Credit Analyst
  • Treasury Assistant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Trader/Broker
  • Bank Manager
  • Finance Manager
  • Finance Analyst
  • Account Executive
  • Treasurer
  • VP for Finance
  • Educator

 

Master of Public Administration

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Apply ethical reasoning to administrative design in the context of public management
  2. Analyze quality policies and formulate policies as well.
  3. Design quantitative and qualitative research projects, assess data and draw conclusions
  4. Evaluate how various theories of public management and organizations realize democratic and professional settings
  5. Interact in diverse public and professional settings
  6. Understand the budgeting process in public and non-profit settings, including the ability to create and analyze a budget
  7. Formulate arguments and recommendations in written essay and research papers
  8. Discuss efficiency and effectiveness from a public service perspective

Employment Opportunities

  • Executive Director
  • Economist
  • Education Administrative
  • Public Relation Manager
  • Administrator
  • Government Relations Manager
  • Political Analysts
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Diplomatic
  • Personnel in Government offices and private sector
  • Political adviser for international Relations
  • Consultant for international relation
  • Political/ Campaign Strategist
  • Geopolitical Analyst for Peace
  • Administrative for HEI's
  • Program Chair for Southeast Asian Studies
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher


DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

Doctor of Public Administration

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize skills, knowledge and values necessary in the practice of public administration.
  2. Understand the administrative functions of governmental agencies.
  3. Lead in strategic planning, program implementation and results-based evaluation utilizing advanced management techniques.
  4. Develop sense of effectiveness and efficiency in managing public organizations.
  5. Facilitate interactions between government, for‐ profit, and nonprofit sectors to provide ethical and workable solutions to societal needs.
  6. Create a collaborative environment of excellence in instruction and research.
  7. Adapt research into effective practices and achievable, humane policies.
  8. Analyze evidences essential for implementing public service strategies.

Employment Opportunities

  • Immigration Officer.
  • Government Relations Manager
  • Business Administrator.
  • Foreign Service Officer.
  • Human Resource Specialist.
  • Executive Assistant 
  • Executive Director
  • Economist
  • Education Administrative
  • Public Relation Manager
  • Administrator
  • Government Relations Manager
  • Political Analysts
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Diplomatic
  • Personnel in Government offices and private sector
  • Political adviser for international Relations
  • Consultant for international relation
  • Political/ Campaign Strategist
  • Geopolitical Analyst for Peace
  • Administrative for HEI's
  • Program Chair for Southeast Asian Studies
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Analyze critically business problems and opportunities by correlating research data
  2. Create an original contribution to the knowledge of business through dissertation.
  3. Apply Management Research for practical purposes within organizations of various types and sizes.
  4. Apply knowledge and expertise in functional areas of business and management.
  5. Utilize local and international business practices to cope with rigid requirements of competitive national and international trends.

Employment Opportunities

  • Account Executive
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Bank Manager
  • Account Executive
  • Treasurer
  • Business Administrator
  • Educator


POST-DOCTORAL PROGRAM

Post-Doctoral Program in Quality Management

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  • equips them with in-depth and advanced knowledge in quality assurance and management
  • develop a quality mindset, skills set, and tools set to become vice presidents, managers and practitioners of quality assurance and management.

Employment Opportunities

  • Quality assurance manager
  • Quality standard manager

 

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY


MASTER'S PROGRAMS     

Master of Science in Dentistry Major in Orthodontics 

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Diagnose and characterize anomalies of the dentition, growth of the craniofacial skeleton, and functional abnormalities
  2. Diagnose, formulate treatment plan and treat orthodontic patients.
  3. Collaborate in the interdisciplinary treatment of medically compromised patients, craniofacial anomalies including orthographic surgery case
  4. Assess the need for orthodontic treatment of individuals
  5. Practice orthodontics according to the standards of ethics
  6. Comprehensively review, understand, and evaluate the literature pertinent to orthodontics in a wide array of disciplines relevant to the specialty, including molecular biology, biomaterials, and biomechanics
  7. Formulate a research design and hypothesis and conduct an experiment that is useful in the field of orthodontics.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Academician
  • Clinical Instructor in a dental school
  • Consultant in Multi-Specialty Practice (Orthodontics/Periodontics)
  • Private Practice –as Specialists
  • Researcher

 

Master of Science in Dentistry Major in Periodontics 

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Diagnose and characterize anomalies of the dentition, growth of the craniofacial skeleton, and functional abnormalities
  2. Diagnose, formulate treatment plan and manage periodontics patients.
  3. Collaborate in the interdisciplinary treatment of medically compromised patients.
  4. Practice periodontics according to the standards of ethics.
  5. Comprehensively review, understand and evaluate literatures pertinent to Periodontics in a wide array of disciplines relevant to the specialty.
  6. Develop research studies, projects and cases that is presented in forums, conferences and through publications in high impact journals.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Academician
  • Clinical Instructor in a dental school
  • Consultant in Multi-Specialty Practice (Orthodontics/Periodontics)
  • Private Practice –as Specialists
  • Researcher

 

POST-BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS

Graduate Diploma in Orthodontics

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Diagnose and characterize anomalies of the dentition, growth of the craniofacial skeleton, and functional abnormalities
  2. Diagnose, formulate treatment plan and manage orthodontic patients.
  3. Collaborate in the interdisciplinary treatment of medically compromised patients.
  4. Assess the need for orthodontic treatment of individuals
  5. Practice Orthodontics according to the standards of ethics
  6. Comprehensively review, understand, and evaluate the literature pertinent to Orthodontics in a wide array of disciplines relevant to the specialty, including molecular biology, biomaterials, and biomechanics

Employment Opportunities

  • Academician
  • Clinical Instructor in a dental school
  • Consultant in Multi-Specialty Practice (Orthodontics/Periodontics)
  • Private Practice – as Specialists

 

Graduate Diploma in Periodontics

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Diagnose and characterize anomalies of the dentition, growth of the craniofacial skeleton, and functional abnormalities
  2. Diagnose, formulate treatment plan and manage periodontics patients.
  3. Collaborate in the interdisciplinary treatment of medically compromised patients.
  4. Practice periodontics according to the standards of ethics.
  5. Comprehensively review, understand and evaluate literatures pertinent to Periodontics in a wide array of disciplines relevant to the specialty.

Employment Opportunities

  • Academician
  • Clinical Instructor in a dental school
  • Consultant in Multi-Specialty Practice (Orthodontics/Periodontics)
  • Private Practice – as Specialists

 

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, LIBERAL ARTS, MUSIC AND SOCIAL WORK

MASTER'S PROGRAMS     

Master of Arts in Music Education

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Music Educator
  • Choir Director
  • Music School Director
  • Music Producer
  • Music Consultant
  • Music Technology Educator
  • Music School Owner
  • Private voice or instrument instructor
  • Professional Performer and Music Educator
  • Public/Private K-12 Music Teacher/Supervisor
  • Teacher at a College/University School of Music

 

Master in Library and Information Science

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Academic Librarianship
  • Acquisition Librarian (Academic, Corporate, Public, School, and Special Libraries)
  • Archives and special collections librarian
  • Archiving / Special Collections / Records Management
  • Database Administration/ Development
  • Librarian and media specialist
  • Medical Librarianship
  • Program consultant

 

Master of Social Work (Specialization: Social Work Practice in Health Care)

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Social Workers in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), like San Miguel Corporation, SM Foundation, Ayala Foundation, etc.
  • Social Workers in government agencies, like DSWD
  • Social Workers in International Organizations, like UNICEF, SAVE THE CHILDREN-UK, USA, PLAN International, etc.
  • Social Workers in Local Government Units (LGUs)
  • Social Workers in Media Institutions, like ABS-CBN’s Bantay Bata 163; GMA7 Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
  • Social Workers in non-government agencies, like Philippine Mental Health Association, Hospicio de San Jose, White Cross, etc.
  • Social Workers in the medical setting, like Makati Medical Center, St. Luke’s Hospital, Manila Doctors Hospital, Philippine Heart Center, National Center for Mental Health, Philippine General Hospital,
  • Social Workers in the Supreme Court, Parole and Probation Office and family courts.
  • Academician
  • Researcher

 

Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Childcare specialist
  • Coach/trainers
  • Consultant
  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher

 

Master of Arts in Education (Childhood Education)

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Behavioral Consultant
  • Case Manager for Individualized Family Service Program (IFSP) / Individualized Educational Program (IEP)
  • Childcare specialist
  • Children's events organizer
  • Coach/trainers
  • Consultant
  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School Director
  • Shadow Teacher in an Inclusion Classroom Setting
  • Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) - Home/Hospital-Based Settings
  • Teacher in Special Education - Self-contained, Mainstream, and Inclusive Settings

 

Master of Arts in Education (Special Education)

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

 At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Behavioral Consultant
  • Case Manager for Individualized Family Service Program (IFSP) / Individualized Educational Program (IEP)
  • Childcare specialist
  • Children's events organizer
  • Coach/trainers
  • Consultant
  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School Director
  • Shadow Teacher in an Inclusion Classroom Setting
  • Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) - Home/Hospital-Based Settings
  • Teacher in Special Education - Self-contained, Mainstream, and Inclusive Settings

 

Master of Arts in Educational Management

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

 At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities - Education

  • Behavioral Consultant
  • Case Manager for Individualized Family Service Program (IFSP) / Individualized Educational Program (IEP)
  • Childcare specialist
  • Children's events organizer
  • Coach/trainers
  • Consultant
  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School Director
  • School owner
  • Shadow Teacher in an Inclusion Classroom Setting
  • Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) - Home/Hospital-Based Settings
  • Teacher in Special Education - Self-contained, Mainstream, and Inclusive Settings

 

Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Political Analysts
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Diplomatic/ Embassy staff 
  • Resource person on Political/Economic Condition of Asia
  • Personnel in Government offices and private sector
  • Political adviser for international Relations
  • Consultant for international relation
  • Subject specialist in the field of Southeast Asia
  • Political/ Campaign Strategist
  • Geopolitical Analyst for Peace
  • Administrative for HEI's
  • Program Chair for Southeast Asian Studies
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher

 

Master of Arts in Teaching

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Behavioral Consultant
  • Coach/trainers
  • Consultant
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher

 

Master of Science in Social Work

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

 At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Social Welfare Attaché in Foreign Countries (through the office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development)
  • Social Workers in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), like San Miguel Corporation, SM Foundation, Ayala Foundation, etc.
  • Social Workers in government agencies, like DSWD
  • Social Workers in International Organizations, like UNICEF, SAVE THE CHILDREN-UK, USA, PLAN International, etc.
  • Social Workers in Local Government Units (LGUs)
  • Social Workers in Media Institutions, like ABS-CBN’s Bantay Bata 163; GMA7 Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
  • Social Workers in non-government agencies, like Philippine Mental Health Association, Hospicio de San Jose, White Cross, etc.
  • Social Workers in the medical setting, like Makati Medical Center, St. Luke’s Hospital, Manila Doctors Hospital, Philippine Heart Center, National Center for Mental Health, Philippine General Hospital,
  • Social Workers in the Supreme Court, Parole and Probation Office and family courts.
  • Academician
  • Researcher

 

DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Management

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Undertakes significant researches that will advance the higher educational management field
  2. Demonstrates exemplary leadership skills in higher educational institutions
  3. Implements innovations that address problems and lead to improvements in higher educational management
  4. Implements relevant institutional extension projects for the community
  5. Demonstrates integrity in one’s personal and professional life

Employment Opportunities

  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School Director
  • School owner

 

Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Education (Curriculum and Supervision)

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Leads in conducting researches in enhancing curriculum and for the improvement of supervision.
  2. Designs/ creates innovations to address curriculum trends and issues
  3. Articulates ideas on instructional proficiently
  4. Thinks critically and creatively to make good and timely decisions to enhance. The teaching –learning process
  5. Participates actively in community projects in education
  6. Demonstrates righteousness as a curriculum developer and evaluator

Employment Opportunities

  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School Supervisor
  • School Director
  • School owner

 

Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Education (Educational Management)

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Undertakes significant researches that will advance the educational management field
  2. Demonstrates exemplary leadership skills in educational institutions
  3. Implements innovations that address problems and lead to improvements in educational management
  4. Implements relevant institutional extension projects for the community
  5. Demonstrates integrity in one’s personal and professional life

Employment Opportunities

  • Curriculum Consultant
  • Curriculum designer
  • ECE specialist
  • Educational Researcher
  • Educational resources developer
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher
  • School administrator
  • School Supervisor
  • School Director
  • School owner

 

Doctor of Philosophy/Doctor of Education (Southeast Asian Studies)

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Conduct competently historical assessment of the formation and organization of the ASEAN member-states
  2. Guide political leaders and resource administrators in maintaining harmonious relationships among ASEAN nations and the rest of the world
  3. Direct the constituents in the proper observance of rules and policies in cross cultural differences
  4. Protect the environment and preserve the ecosystem and sustain the economic welfare of the society

Employment Opportunities

  • Political Analysts
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Diplomatic/ Embassy staff 
  • Resource person on Political/Economic Condition of Asia
  • Personnel in Government offices and private sector
  • Political adviser for international Relations
  • Consultant for international relation
  • Subject specialist in the field of Southeast Asia
  • Political/ Campaign Strategist
  • Geopolitical Analyst for Peace
  • Administrative for HEI's
  • Program Chair for Southeast Asian Studies
  • Facilitator/Speaker/ Resource speaker
  • Researcher


SCHOOL OF NUTRITION AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT


MASTER'S PROGRAMS     

Master of Science in Hospitality Management (Hotel & Restaurant Management)

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Hotel & Resort Manager/ Supervisor
  • Hotel General Manager
  • Resident Manager
  • Executive Housekeeper
  • Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Human Resource Director
  • Foodservice Establishments (All types of Restaurants)
  • Foodservice Establishments (All types of Restaurants)
  • Hospitals (in room foodservice)
  • Catering Services
  • Events Management industry

 

Master of Science in Hospitality Management (Tourism Management)

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Regional Officer/ Supervisor/Administrator of the Department of Tourism (DOT)
  • DOT Tourism attaché
  • Tourist Information Center Manager
  • Tourism Officer
  • Tour Operator 
  • Events Manager
  • Transportation Industry (Airline, Cruise Ships, railways)
  • Entrepreneurs (business owners)
  • Farm Tourism industry
  • Medical Tourism Industry
  • Academe
  • Consultancy Firms
  • Sports, Nutrition, and Wellness Industry
  • Government Sector (historical sites, PCVC and DOT)

 

Master of Science in Hospitality Management (Leisure Management)

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Regional Officer of the Department of Tourism (DOT)
  • DOT Tourism attaché
  • Tourist Information Center Manager
  • Tourism Officer
  • Tour Operator 
  • Events Manager
  • Conference Organizer
  • Guest Relations Officer and Press Relations Officer 
  • Academician

 

Master of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics (MSND)

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Healthcare services (clinical nutrition, medical and surgical nutrition, rehabilitation, aged care, food services management, community nutrition, program planning, implementation and evaluation, research and private practice);
  • Government sector (policy advice, communication, public health, food regulation; research);
  • Education Sector (teaching, research); and
  • Industry Sector (nutrition advisor, work place health promotion, product development, marketing and promotion, specialist services e.g. sports nutrition)

 

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

MASTER'S PROGRAM

Master of Science in Medical Technology 

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Researchers in Clinical/Educational/Diagnostic institutions
  • Molecular Biologist/Geneticist
  • Occupational Safety Specialist
  • Forensic Technologist
  • Science writers
  • Academician
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control Officer
  • Specialist in Laboratory Information System
  • Professional Product Specialist in manufacturing, marketing, sales companies
  • Analyst in different industries such as Clinical Laboratories, Drug Testing and Water Laboratories 

 

SCHOOL OF NURSING

MASTER'S PROGRAMS     

Master of Arts in Nursing (Leadership and Governance in Nursing)    

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Head nurse
  • Nursing supervisor
  • Chief nurse
  • Nursing Administrator


Master of Science in Gerontology

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Gerontology nurse specialist
  • Adult day care provider
  • Aging Institute supervisor/ Manager

 

Master of Science in Maternal and Child Nursing

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Birthing clinic nurse specialist
  • Wellness baby clinic nurse specialist
  • Family planning counselor
  • Maternal and Child nurse supervisor/ manager

 

Master of Science in Medical-Surgical Nursing

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities 

  • Clinical nurse specialist
  • Nursing Instructor/ preceptor
  • Clinical nurse educator
  • Specialist areas nurse: ICU, Operating Theater, Emergency and Acute Care
  • Clinical Supervisor and manager


POST-BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS

Post-Graduate Diploma in Gerontology

Program Outcomes 

At the end of the program, the graduate will be able 

  1. Interpret manifestations of normal physiologic aging and the disability that goes along with it
  2. Devise interventions for the aging individual to assist with activities of daily living

Employment Opportunities 

  • Care giver
  • Hospital caretaker
  • Nursing Aide/Attendant
  • Aged care worker

 

SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

MASTER'S PROGRAM

Master of Science in Pharmacy

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Apply innovating working knowledge of concept, theories and principles focusing on patient -centered pharmacy practice;
  2. Create enriching pharmaceutical administrative and management plan responsive to the current pharmacy practice;
  3. Practice high level of effective interpersonal and intrapersonal collaborative communication skills in providing pharmaceutical care;
  4. Independently develop high-quality researches that is geared toward drug discovery and development that is significant for health and health care and to contribute to the acquisition of new knowledge in the field of pharmacy; and
  5. Exemplify leadership in practice that is consistent with the ethical, legal, social, economic standards of the pharmacy profession.

Employment Opportunities

  • Chief Pharmacist 
  • Supervisor 
  • Hospital Pharmacist 
  • Clinical Pharmacist  
  • Quality Assurance Inspector 
  • Regulatory Pharmacist 
  • Company Pharmacist 
  • Researcher 
  • Clinical Researcher 
  • Quality Control Analyst 
  • Product Manager 
  • Production Pharmacist 
  • Production Planning and Inventory Control Officer 
  • Marketing Specialist  
  • Academician

 

DOCTORAL PROGRAM

Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacy

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize advanced knowledge of theories, principles and concepts of pharmacy practice in various work setting
  2. Demonstrate high level of effective interpersonal communication abilities in providing pharmaceutical care and patient counselling
  3. Leads in utilizing innovative strategies in the provision of pharmaceutical services.
  4. Strategize pharmaceutical care services program with the integration of innovative entrepreneurial strategies;
  5. Independently conduct high-quality research that is both significant and innovative, with implications for health and health care
  6. Practice the profession consistent with ethical, legal, social, economic standards of the pharmacy profession

Employment Opportunities

  • Chief Pharmacist 
  • Supervisor 
  • Hospital Pharmacist 
  • Clinical Pharmacist 
  • Staff Pharmacist 
  • Quality Assurance Inspector 
  • Regulatory Pharmacist 
  • Company Pharmacist 
  • Researcher 
  • Clinical Researcher 
  • Quality Control Analyst 
  • Product Manager 
  • Production Pharmacist 
  • Production Planning and Inventory Control Officer 
  • Marketing Specialist  
  • Academician

 

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY


MASTER'S PROGRAMS     

Master of Science in Biology   

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate expertise in Biological concepts, principles, and procedures;
  2. Conduct scientific research in the laboratory and/or field settings using appropriate basic equipment and following standard protocol;
  3. Design experiments with appropriate control;
  4. Practice the highest standard of professional and research ethics in the conduct of science;
  5. Adapt biometric principles to biological research following experimental design;
  6. Interpret accurately the collected data from biological experiment;
  7. Effectively communicate original research both in writing and in oral presentation; and
  8. Judge the veracity and value of peer-reviewed research publications in Biology

Employment Opportunities

  • Researchers
  • Cell/Molecular Biologists
  • Ecologists
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Forensic Scientists
  • Marine Biologists
  • Science writers

  

Master of Science in Cosmetic Science

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate expertise in the art and science of formulating and manufacturing cosmetic, skin care and toiletry products;
  2. Evaluate and use appropriate raw materials, processes and equipment for cosmetic, health care and toiletry products; 
  3. Apply local, regional and global regulations concerning the manufacture, distribution and sales of cosmetic, skin care and toiletry products
  4. Perform accurately and comprehensively safety, stability and efficacy testings of formulated cosmetic and skin care products; 
  5. Conduct researches on bioactives for cosmetics, skin care and toiletries using natural and locally available raw materials;
  6. Present research output in the field of cosmetics through research publication and oral presentation in local and foreign scientific conferences and health and wellness exhibits; and 
  7. Apply entrepreneurial skills in the operation of small scale cosmetic, skin care and toiletry industry from product development up to product retail.

Employment Opportunities

  • R & D Specialist/Supervisor
  • Cosmetic Science/Health & Wellness Educators/Specialists
  • QC/Quality Assurance Supervisors/Specialists

 

Master in Information Technology      

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Apply computer and information technology concepts, theories and trends to solve complex problems relevant to companies.
  2. Recommend appropriate technology to design, develop, and solve problems.
  3. Relearn computer and information technology concepts and theories to gain a deeper understanding and further develop innovative skills needed by the organization to succeed.

Employment Opportunities

  • IT Project Manager
  • IT Consultant
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • IT Manager
  • Computer Systems Analyst

 

Master of Science in Health Science Education Major in Dental Education

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the dental profession;
  2. Demonstrate problem-solving and decision making in the practice of the dental profession;
  3. Lead in activities for the advancement of the dental profession;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute knowledge to the dental profession; and
  5. Communicate or disseminate the results of the in-depth studies that will benefit society.

Employment Opportunities

  • Dental Educator
  • Clinical Instructors/ Supervisors
  • Dental Administrators
  • Dental Consultants
  • Accreditor/Assessor in Dental Education
  • Curriculum Planner
  • Industry Adviser

 

Master of Science in Health Science Education Major in Medical Technology

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate mastery in the field of Medical Technology Education;
  2. Manifest competency in decision-making and problem solving in the practice of the profession;  
  3. Assume leadership in community extension services and other related activities;
  4. Conduct researches and inquiries in medical technology education or other areas of professional practice;
  5. Exhibit expertise in instructional delivery.
  6. Value good stewardship of natural, human, and other resources.

Employment Opportunities

  • Researcher in clinical/educational/ diagnostic institutions
  • Academician and Health Science Educator
  • Specialist in Laboratory Information System
  • Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Officer

 

Master of Science in Health Science Education Major in Optometry

Program Outcomes (Common to all Masters Program)

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Manifest mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline;
  2. Demonstrate problem solving and decision making in the practice of profession;
  3. Lead in the activities for advancement of the profession and discipline;
  4. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to the profession/ discipline;
  5. Communicate or disseminate the result of the in-depth studies that will benefit society; and;
  6. Exercise professional accountability and responsibility for one’s own practice, personal and professional growth reflective of the graduate attributes and the core values of CEU.

Employment Opportunities

  • Researcher in clinical/educational/ diagnostic institutions
  • Academician and Health Science Educator
  • Specialist in Laboratory Information System
  • Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Officer

 

Master of Science in Psychology

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate literacy in the application and critical evaluation of theories, principles, concepts and new information in psychology.
  2. Apply the advanced methods of psychological inquiry in creating approaches to problem solving in research and in professional practice.
  3. Value professional and ethical behavior in the conduct of psychological research and practice.
  4. Conduct effectively psychological assessment, psychological intervention, and program development in various community and professional settings.
  5. Exhibit interest in acquiring advanced knowledge and skills for personal and professional growth.
  6. Express effectively the utilized psychological theories, principles, and concepts towards building knowledge on local culture and context.
  7. Exhibit self-reflection skills to develop empathic and effective communication that promotes harmonious interpersonal relationship.

Employment Opportunities

  • Industrial/school  psychologist 
  • Employment counsellor
  • Human resources analyst/manager
  • Parole officer
  • Psychology program manager
  • Rehabilitation specialist 
  • Behaviour analyst 
  • Mental health project coordinator
  • Childcare supervisor
  • Researcher
  • Employee trainer
  • Public relations representative

 

Master of Science in Guidance and Counseling      

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of the philosophies, theories, practices, techniques and tools for individuals and group counselling
  2. Demonstrate ability to deliver group interventions using contemporary theories of group process, functioning and counselling
  3. Demonstrate ability to design, implement, evaluate need-based, developmental and structured guidance & counselling programs, that provide preventive and crisis interventions for clients across settings.
  4. Articulate a philosophical/theoretical framework for career counselling
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of different psychological assessment tools necessary to enhance client career decision making 
  6. Know and abide with ethical standards in guidance & counselling

Employment Opportunities

  • Registered guidance counsellor across settings both in private or government institutions
  • Counsellor for elementary, high school, or college students
  • School or Career counsellor 
  • Teacher/Professor
  • Researcher
  • Substance abuse counsellor
  • Family counsellor
  • Couples counsellor

 

Master of Science in Science Education       

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrate working in imparting knowledge and skills in doing science to make knowledge of the discipline interesting and relevant.
  2. Demonstrate mastery of the various aspects of the profession or discipline.
  3. Diagnose problems and evaluate options as basis for decision making.
  4. Lead in activities for the advancement of Science Education
  5. Conduct independent research to test existing knowledge or to contribute new knowledge to Science Education

Employment Opportunities

  • Elementary or secondary school teachers
  • School administrators
  • Instructional coordinators
  • Tutoring services
  • College professor

 

Master of Science in Mathematics Education          

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Show mastery in solving problems in the advanced areas of Mathematics
  2. Communicate mathematical ideas with clarity and coherence, both written and verbally
  3. Conduct researches for the advancement of profession or discipline and for nation-building
  4. Exhibit competence in teaching mathematics of different levels
  5. Demonstrate knowledge and skills to pursue careers in academe, industry and government requiring mathematical skills and perspectives
  6. Respond to changing student needs in a demanding society

Employment Opportunities

  • Faculty members in primary, secondary, senior high school institutions and colleges or universities
  • Researchers in academic and non-academic institutions
  • Program Manager for Special Education
  • Education Product Sales Consultants
  • Mathematicians/Statisticians
  • Textbook writer for mathematics books
  • Operations Research analysts
  • Quantitative analyst
  • Math Tutor

  

DOCTORAL PROGRAMS

Doctor of Philosophy in Guidance and Counseling

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrates the ability to apply major counseling strategies to respond to the distinct needs of special population.
  2. Demonstrates expertise associated with the practice of counseling in the following contexts: pastoral, family, group, crisis and trauma, and life stages transition.
  3. Promotes well-being in human development and adjustment throughout the individual’s life span including career development.
  4. Apply counseling models, interventions and methodology for counseling individuals, couples, families, individual and group with special needs, and elderly population.
  5. Value and promote professional and ethical behavior in research and counseling practice.

Employment Opportunities

  • Administrator
  • Graduate School Professor
  • Program Development Consultant
  • Consultant
  • Resource speaker

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education    

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. The program is designed for individuals to prepare them to become a mathematician or high-level mathematics education teachers at all levels, a decision maker and researcher in organizations within a national or international community, and leaders in the educational community concerning the teaching of mathematics appropriate for the demands of the 21st century
  2. The program aims to develop a well-balanced foundation in mathematics content including in-depth understanding of basic principles. The graduate student of this program will be developed to apply systematic approach and variety of thinking skills to solve problems and be able to link mathematics content to pedagogy for effective teaching that addresses educational needs.

Employment Opportunities

  • Postsecondary education administrators
  • Operation research specialists
  • Actuaries
  • Mathematician/Statisticians
  • Postsecondary Math Science Teachers 
  • Faculty members in senior high school institutions and colleges or universities
  • Researchers in academic and non-academic institutions
  • Leaders in schools, universities, research facilities or other settings in which mathematics education takes place
  • Textbook writer mathematics books
  • Textbook consultant
  • Editor of textbooks or other curriculum materials
  • Editor of mathematics and mathematics education curriculum materials
  • Operations Research analysts
  • Quantitative analyst

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology with specialization in Industrial/Organizational

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Demonstrates expertise in the application and critical evaluation of theories, principles, concepts and new information in industrial/organizational psychology.
  2. Applies the advanced theories and methods of psychological inquiry in problem solving in research and in professional practice in industrial/organizational psychology.
  3. Values and promotes professional an ethical behavior in the conduct of research and practice in industrial/organizational psychology.
  4. Conducts effective organizational assessment analysis; identifies organizational needs; and develops intervention programs to promote positive organizational change.
  5. Acquires advance knowledge and skills for personal and professional growth in the field of industrial/organizational psychology.
  6. Utilizes psychological theories, principles and concepts towards building knowledge on local organizational culture and context.
  7. Exhibits empathic and effective communication that promotes harmonious interpersonal relationship in the work place.

Employment Opportunities

  • Researcher
  • Senior consultant
  • Industrial-organizational psychologist
  • University professor
  • Human resources director
  • Training and development director

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education 

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Utilize theoretical knowledge in the various areas of Science Education.
  2. Apply higher order skills and competence in solving problems relevant to Science Education.
  3. Undertake advanced researches in Science Education for the betterment of the profession, the society , and the world.
  4. Contribute to the pool of knowledge in various aspects of Science Education through intensive collaboration with other academic institutions, both local and abroad

Employment Opportunities

  • Chief  Academic Officer
  • Chief Learning Officer
  • Training and Development Manager
  • Education Administrator
  • Social and Community Service Manager
  • Postsecondary Teacher
  • Survey Researchers

 

Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science Education (Optometry Education)

Program Outcomes

The graduates of Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science Education Major in Optometry Education should be able to:

  1. Train and equip graduates with the tools to progress into influential positions within academia, industry, and consultancy.
  2. Enhance skills critical to developing researchers and professionals, whether  relating to disseminating research findings
    and project management skills.

Employment Opportunities

  • Consultant in the optical industry
  • Researcher for Contact lens and pharmaceutical companies
  • Faculty
  • Managerial position in the optical retail industry
  • Country Representatives of lens manufacturing Companies

 

POST-BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM

Graduate Diploma in Data Analytics 

Program Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Mine, process, and transform large data;
  2. Use appropriate models of analysis;
  3. Assess the quality of inputs;
  4. Analyze, interpret, and present processed data;
  5. Derive insights from results;
  6. Utilize the solution and results for effective decision making, and
  7. Interpret data findings effectively to any audience, orally, visually and in written formats.

Employment Opportunities

  • Data analyst
  • Data scientist
  • Solution analyst

Deans and Academic Heads

Dr. Erna V. Yabut

Dean, Graduate School

evyabut@ceu.edu.ph


2nd Floor Sofia De Veyra Hall

Centro Escolar University
9 Mendiola St.,
San Miguel, Manila City

(+63)2 8735-6861 to 71 loc. 204

(+63)2 8735-4451

Faculty Profile

Lecturer:

 

  • Ancheta, Joie Fe D. 

      Master of Arts major in Special Education

      University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Special Education

      University of the Philippines

 

  • Arriola, Axel H. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in Biological Sciences (Cum Laude)

      University of Santo Tomas


      Master of Science in Biology

      De La Salle University

      Bachelor of Science in Biology

      Far Eastern University

 

  • Bacud, Maria Myriam B. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

      Centro Escolar University


      Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies

      Centro Escolar University

      Bachelor of Science in Education major in History minor in English

      Centro Escolar University

 

  • Basit, Supachai A. 

      Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education major in Biology

      De La Salle University


      Master in Biology Education

      University of Santo Tomas

      Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

      Centro Escolar University

 

  • Benlota, Rochelle V. 

Doctor of Medicine

Our Lady of Fatima University


Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Wesleyan University - Philippines

 

  • Bigsot, Emilia M. 

      Doctor of Education

      Trinity University of Asia


      Master of Science in Foods and Nutrition

      Centro Escolar University

      Bachelor of Science in Foods and Nutrition

      Centro Escolar University

 

  • Briones, Zandee Boy H. 

      Master of Science in Tourism Management

      Centro Escolar University


      Bachelor of Science in Tourism

      Centro Escolar University

 

  • Caballes, Denis G. 

      Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education major in Biology/ Post-Doctoral Course in Total Quality Management in Higher Education

      De La Salle University/ Centro Escolar University


      Master of Arts in Teaching General Science

      De La Salle University


      Bachelor of Secondary Education major in General Sciences
      Philippine Normal University

 

  • Cabudol, Emerson G. 

      Doctor of Business Administration

      Lyceum-Northwestern University


      Master of Management major in Business Management

      University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (Cum Laude)/ Bachelor of Secondary Education (Cum Laude)
      Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila/ Arellano University

 

  • De La Cruz, Ambrosio M. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in Psychology and Guidance

      Centro Escolar University


      Master of Science major in Biological Science in Science Education
      University of the Philippines/ De La Salle University


      Bachelor of Science major in Biological Science and Arts Medicine
      University of the Philippines

 

  • Dela Cruz, Maria Dolores E. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in Psychology and Guidance

      Centro Escolar University


      Master of Arts in Psychology
      Centro Escolar University


      Bachelor of Science
      University of the Philippines

 

  • Diaz, Roberto D. 

      Doctor of Philosophy in Math Education

      Centro Escolar University


      Master of Arts in Education
      Philippine Normal College


      Bachelor of Science in Mathematics/ Certificate in Mathematics Education
      Philippine Normal College

 

  • Faller, Erwin M. 

      Doctor in Philosophy in Education Major in Edicational Leadership

      University of Immaculate Conception


      Master in Science in Pharmacy
      University of Immaculate Conception


      Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
      University of Immaculate Conception

 

  • Garvida, Marc D. 

      Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education
      Philippine Normal University


      Master of Science in Mathematics Education
      Polytechnic University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics (Cum Laude)
      Rizal Technological University

 

  • Hernandez, Chona M. 

      Doctor of Education major in Industrial Education Management/ Post-Doctoral Course in Total Quality Management in Higher Education
      Technological University of the Philippines / Centro Escolar University


      Master of Arts in Teaching Chemistry
      Technological University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Science major in Chemistry
      Far Eastern University

 

  • Hernandez, Noel B. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in Technology Management
      Technological University of the Philippines


      Master in Manangement
      Technological University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
      Capiz Institute of Technology

 

  • Inciong, Teresita G. 

      Doctor of Education Field of Conentration - Psychology and Guidance
      Centro Escolar University


      Master of Arts in Teaching
      University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
      Far Eastern University

 

  • Lu, Hans T. 

Master of Science in Microbiology

Indiana State University

 

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Maranan, Teodoro M. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in Southeast Asian Studies
      Centro Escolar University


      Master of Arts in Spanish
      Centro Iberoamericano de Cooperacion, Madrin Spain


      Bachelor of Science in Education major in Filipino minor in Mathematics
      Abada College

 

  • Moya, Esperanza K. 

      Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
      Pamantasan ng Lungosd ng Maynila

 

 

  • Nuera, Rosette E. 

      Master of Arts in Education major in Library Science
      The National Teachers College


      Bachelor on Secondary Education major in Library Science
      Manuel L. Quezon University

 

  • Pilar, Nestor N. 

      Doctor of Public Administration
      University of Southern California


      Master of Public Administration
      University of the Philippines

      Bachelor of Arts
      University of the Philippines

 

  • Piscos, James Loreto C. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in History
      University of the Philippines


      Master of Arts in Theological Studies (Cum Laude)
      Maryhill School of Theology


      Bachelor of Arts major in Philosophy (Magna Cum Laude)
      University of St. La Salle

 

  • Reyes, Ryan P. 

      Doctor of Philosophy in Southeast Asian Studies
      Centro Escolar University


      Masters of Arts in Filipino
      Polytechnic University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Arts in History
      University of the Philippines

 

  • Salonga, Carmencita H. 

      Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision


      Master of Arts in Psychology


      Bachelor of Arts

 

  • Sumile, Earl Francis R. 

Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing

University of the Philippines

 

Master of Arts in Nursing (Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

Bachelor of Arts in Nursing (Cum Laude)

University of Santo Tomas

 

  • Tanchoco, Celeste C. 

      Doctor of Public Health (Nutrition)
      University of the Philippines


      Master in Public Health
      University of the Philippines


      Bachelor of Science in Home Economics
      University of the Philippines

 

  • Vidal, Ma. Cristina H. 

      Master in Business Administration major in Financial Management
      National Colleges of Business and Arts


      Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Administration
      University of the Philippines

 

  • Villa Abrille-Lim, Janin Y. 

Master of Science in Dentistry (Field of Specialization: Periodontics)

Centro Escolar University

 

Doctor of Dental Medicine

University of the East

 

  • Villamor, Marivic 

  • Villanueva, Glenda R. 

      Doctor of Philosophy in Education Major in Educational Administration
      University of the Philippines


      Master of Arts in Education Major in Educational Administration
      Ateneo de Manila University


      Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition
      Centro Escolar Univeristy

 

     

Linkages

OFF-SITE PROGRAMS

PARTNER INSTITUTIONS (HHEIs) OF CEU AS DHEI

  • CENTRAL PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY, Iloilo
    • Master of Science in Pharmacy
    • Master of Science in Psychology

 

  • CENTRO ESCOLAR UNIVERSITY, Malolos, Bulacan
    • Master of Arts in Nursing (Leadership and Governance in Nursing)
    • Master of Science in Guidance and Counselling
    • Master of Science in Hospitality Management (Hotel & Restaurant Management)
    • Master of Science in Hospitality Management (Tourism Management)
    • Master of Science in Psychology
    • Doctor of Philosophy in Guidance and Counselling
    • Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology ( with specialization in Industrial/Organizational Psychology)

 

  • DAVAO MEDICAL SCHOOL FOUNDATION, Davao City
    • Master of Science in   Health Science Education (Dental Education)

 

  • MISAMIS UNIVERSITY, Ozamis City
    • Master of Science in   Health Science Education (Dental Education)
    • Master of Science in Medical Technology

 

  • ST. BRIDGET COLLEGE, Batangas
    • Master in Social Work (Specialization: Social Work Practice in Health Care)
    • Master of Science  in Social Work

 

SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY AND MANAGEMENT

  • Capital Market Institute of the Philippines (CMIP)
  • Department of Trade and Industry
  • Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (FINEX)
  • First Place, Inc.
  • Global Business School Network
  • Management Association of the Philippines (MAP)
  • Megaworld Foundation Inc.
  • Mendiola Consortium
  • Philippine Association of Collegiate Schools in Business (PACSB)
  • Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (Go Negosyo)
  • Philippine Council of Dean and Educators in Business (PCDEB)
  • Philippine Franchise Association
  • Philippine Marketing Association (PMA)
  • Prime Venture Service Cooperative (PVSC)
  • The Eduk Circle International Center for Communication Studies
  • University Belt Consortium Research and Extension Linkages (Ubelt Research Linkages)
  • University of Asia and the Pacific – School of Economics and Center for Research and Education
  • Wadhwani Foundation

PRACTICUM/INTERNSHIP SITES

  • Abbott Laboratories Inc.
  • Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
  • BDO Roxas Cruz Tagle and Co.
  • BIR Intramuros-Finance Department
  • BIR RR6-Commission on Audit
  • Bureau of Internal Revenue National Office
  • Camara,Custodio & Co.
  • Chronotron Inc. (Unisilver Time)
  • Citi Global Realty and Development Inc.
  • Coca-Cola Bottlers Business Services 
  • Commission on Audit (Main Office)
  • Darwin Movers, Inc.
  • Department of Budget and Management
  • Department of Budget and Management (DDM) 
  • Fabway Stone Inc.
  • JLA Accounting Outsourcing Services
  • JTC Group of Companies
  • KPMG Consulting (Philippines), Inc.
  • Landbank of the Philippines
  • Loxon Philippines Incorporated
  • Santos Verde San Juan & Associates
  • Manila Bulletin
  • Manila Hotel
  • Maritime Clinic for International Seafarers, Inc.
  • Megaworld Corporation
  • Megaworld, Inc
  • NTT Data Corporation
  • Osmundo Salonga Jr. Accounting Services
  • Philippine National Bank
  • PLDT 
  • Power Steel Specialist Trading Corp.
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Services Philippines
  • Pru Life UK
  • RCBC - Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation
  • RCBC Savings Bank Corporate
  • RLR Research and Analysis Inc.
  • Robinsons Bank Corporation
  • San Miguel Foods, Inc.
  • Security Bank Corporation
  • Social Security System
  • Tan, Ong & Associates Co.
  • TCL Sun, Inc.

 

SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY

  • Association of Philippine Orthodontists
  • Philippine Society of Periodontology

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

MS Biology Program

  • Walailak University in Thailand, University of Malaya in  Malaysia and
  • Hunan University of Chinese Medicine in China.
  • De La Salle University Manila and
  • Dasmarinas, Polytechic University of the Philippines, Sta. Mesa and
  • University of the Philippines, Diliman. 

Psychology Department

  • Doctor of Philosophy with specialization in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
    • Hoya Lens Philippines, Inc
      10F Sterling Centre, Dela Rosa cor. Ormaza Streets, Legaspi Village, Makati City
  • MS Psychology
    • PPT Psychological Assessment Center
      561 Magno Street, San Vicente (Pob) Gapan City, Nueva Ecija, 3105, Region 3 (Central Luzon)
    • Maguad Psychological Clinic, Imus City, Cavite
      2nd Floor, PCG Building, Bayanihan Homes, Anabu 2-D, Imus Cavite
    • Divine Mercy Psychiatric Facility Inc. Mandaluyong City
      455 Boni Avenue, Barangay New Zaniga, Mandaluyong City, 1550 Metro Manila

Laboratories and Facilities

  • Graduate School Office
    Located at the 2nd Floor of Sofia De Veyra Hall. It houses the offices of the Dean, Assistant Dean and Assistant to the Dean.

 

  • SDV Seminar Room 204,205,206
    Located at the 2nd floor adjacent to Graduate school office. The rooms are the venue for graduate school
    lecture classes, seminar and thesis/dissertation oral defense room

 

  • Graduate School Faculty Lounge
    This is located at the 2nd floor of SDV, it is a venue to enhance teaching learning resources and provides privacy to teacher and staff

 

  • Multimedia Instruction Room (MIR)
    An air-conditioned auditorium, complete with stereophonic sound system, a giant screen for viewing and a seating capacity for 100 persons. The room is the venue for activities such as seminars, conferences and instructional viewing.

 

  • ISC Mezzanine
    An air-conditioned auditorium, complete with stereophonic sound system, a giant screen for viewing and a seating capacity for 100 persons. The room is the venue for activities such as seminars, conferences, instructional viewing, faculty meetings and co-curricular activities.

 

  • LA Auditorium
    Librada Avelino (L.A.) Auditorium, with its expanded seating accommodation for 700 in the orchestra section and the extended balcony has been improved with modern installations for effective acoustics, special lighting system, and a re-designed stage.

    The auditorium provides venue for large activities such as orientation to freshmen students, Thesis and Dissertation writings and others.

 

  • LAH Seminar Room
    A small 3 rooms used for meetings of small groups and can only accommodate up to 25 persons.
    Fully Air-conditioned and with WIFI access.
    Accessible to CEU Museum and Library Department (Filipinina Science  Section) 
    This provides venue for comprehensive exam and small group discussion and also lectures room.

 

  • Assembly Hall (FFH 3RD FLOOR)
    An air-conditioned auditorium, complete with stereophonic sound system, a giant screen for viewing and a seating capacity for 100 persons. The room is the venue for activities such as seminars, conferences and instructional viewing.

 

  • Computer Laboratories
    This is where computer classes are held. Equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and software which are being used by the students.

 

  • Centennial Research Laboratory
    The Centennial Research Laboratory is found at Concepcion Aguila Hall (CAH) 3rd floor which houses state-of-the-art instruments and equipment like PCR, Fluorescence Photomicroscope,  and DNA Extraction Kits and enough apparatus, chemicals, and supplies both for instruction and research.  The laboratory is under the supervision of the expert - Coordinator for  Research and Facilities as varied laboratory services are rendered such as research critiquing, research protocol improvement, consultation on research interpretation provided with IACUC and IERC approval. and the authorization approval for the use of equipment and apparatus by the outside researchers and the mentioned services above as well. 

 

  • Graduate School Dental Clinic
    This facility is specifically used by the Graduate students enrolled in the MS program of the School. Located at the FGH Annex Bldg.504. The clinic has fifteen (15) dental chair/units and equipment, such as sterilizer, mobile x-ray, trimmers/lathe machines et al needed by the MSD students.

 

  • Advance Periodontology (MS Graduate School) Clinic
    This facility is specifically used by the Graduate students enrolled in the MS Periodontology Program of the School. Located at the FGH 201. The clinic has 3 state-of-the-art dental chair/units and equipment, such as sterilizer, mobile x-ray, et al needed by the MSD students.

 

  • Graduate School Library
    It has a wide variety books, reference materials as well collection of researches by graduate school students. It is an air conditioned room located at the mezzanine floor of the CDL building.

School Scholarships

Entrance Scholarship

  • Doctoral Programs - 50% discount on tuition for a maximum of 12 units granted to students who earned their master’s degree with honors, provided they obtained an average of at least 1.15 and without a grade lower than 1.50.

 

  • Master Programs - 50% discount on tuition for 12 units granted to students who earned their Bachelor’s degree with Summa Cum Laude or Magna Cum Laude honors; 25% discount on tuition fee for 12 granted to students who earned their Bachelor’s degree with Cum Laude honor.

 

University Scholarship

A 50% discount on tuition fee for 12 units of Graduate School students with weighted average of 1.15 or higher, provided the students have no grade lower than 1.50.  These scholarships are extended if the respective averages for at least 12 units are maintained and provided these units are earned within two consecutive summer terms, or one semester and one summer.

 

Paz Policarpio Mendez (PPM) Research Assistance Grant

This is an annual project of the CEU Graduate School which seeks to select and grant financial assistance to deserving graduate school students.  The fund source of the grant is the ten-year accumulated savings from CEU Graduate School General Fund, which has amounted to Php 500,000.00 to honor the 3rd Dean of the CEU Graduate School, Dr. Paz P. Mendez, who served from 1965 to 1988, the Research Grant was named after her.

 

There are two kinds of grant that may be availed through the PPM Research Assistant Grant. These are the Php 15,000.00 research grant for master’s level and the Php 20,000.00 grant for Doctoral level.  

 

Application Requirements:

  • Accomplished PPM Research Assistance Grant Application Form
  • Approved Research Proposal as per prescribed format
  • Application shall be endorsed by the thesis/ dissertation adviser and Dean of the program.

Guidelines for Screening of PPM Research Grant Applicants: qualification of applicant

  • Applicant must be a bonafide student/faculty member of the CEU Graduate School from any of the academic divisions.
  • Applicant must be officially enrolled in thesis 2 and dissertation 2 during the time of application
  • GS Faculty member who apply must have a teaching load in the graduate school at the time of application.
  • Submitted research proposal topic must be aligned with the university research agenda

Conditions of the Grant:

  • The grantee shall abide by the guidelines and requirements set by the Research Committee.
  • The grantee shall complete the research within one year
  • The grant will use to defray in part or in full the following research expenses:
    • Data gathering
    • Data processing
    • Purchase of supplies
    • Encoding
    • Reproduction (Photocopying)
  • Receipts corresponding to expenditures should be submitted together with the final copy of the research draft.
  • The grantee will participate in the dissemination of the research outcome via public fora
  • The CEU Graduate School reserves the right to publish the thesis/dissertation which is the outcome of the research

 

Mendiola Consortium Grant 

  • Teachers and employees of schools belonging to the Mendiola Consortium enjoy 20% discount on tuition in the CEU Graduate School.

 

CEU Educational Foundation Financial Assistance (EFFA)

  • The assistance is given to two (2) Graduate School students who are financially in need.

Privileges:

  • Financial Assistance in the amount of PhP7,000.00 a semester.

Requirements:

  • Submission of ITR reflecting an annual income of not more that PhP220,000.00.
  • The applicant must not enjoy any other scholarship/grant in the University.
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