CLSU Submits 4 Programs to AACCUP Evaluation
Committed to achieve academic excellence, the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) submits its four programs to the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities (AACCUP) evaluation from September 6-9, 2023.
The Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences will be evaluated for Level IV Phase I, the Master in Veterinary Studies and the Master in Biological Science (Biology Education) for Level III Phase II, and the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology for Level III Phase I.
During the opening program, Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs highlighted the importance of education and the continuous upgrading of the university’s academic programs to adjust to the trends of time.
“AACCUP processes stand as a guardian of quality, inclusivity, and relevance in our educational endeavor ensuring that they actively contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals…. CLSU will continue to work toward its stated mission of enhancing its academic offering and providing superior support to its most important constituency - its students” Dr. Ravelina added.
Meanwhile, Dr. Enrico R. Rivano, AACCUP Coordinator explained the evaluation instrument or the criteria, and the areas to be visited. Moreover, he also introduced the esteemed accreditors composed of professors from different universities.
To note, the Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences is a double major in Political Science and History with 384 enrolled students. The Master of Veterinary Studies (MVS) is a two (2) year program with two (2) areas of specialization with 16 enrolled MVSt students. Also, the Master of Science in Biology Education currently has 38 students, while the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology has 760 enrolled students.
September 23, 2023 11:54 am