Graduate school enrollment hikes 37%
Author: The Educator | Date Published: 01/01/2017 10:44:46 pm

The enrolees at the College of Education Graduate School Program rose to 37% this First Semester, SY 2016-2017.

From last semester’s 38 enrolees, it jumped to 52 this semester.

 “There were many pursuants of graduate programs here in CLSU especially here in our college for the Masters of Science in education. This is due to the low-cost of tuition that CEd offers,” said Dr. Rosario Quicho, CEd graduate school program coordinator.

Among the seven graduate programs offered at the Graduate School, the MS in Educational Management program posted the highest student population at 40.

The enrolment in other programs are as follows: MS in Guidance and Counseling – 21, MS Mathematics – 10, MS Biology Education – 7 and MS Chemistry Education – 6.

On the other hand, the Doctor of Philosophy in Development Education has 10 enrolees.

Both the MS in Educational Management and PhD in Development Education will undergo Level IV (Phase I) Accreditation.

 “This accreditation is for the extension of validation of the quality of the program. This will also serve as the vehicle for the SUC leveling,” said Dr. Rolando Dollete, graduate school faculty and accreditation coordinator.