SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
MASTER IN MANAGEMENT
The Master in Management program designed to develop skills and competencies in all aspects of management in any type of organization whether it be in business, government, non-government, civic, religious, or any other form. It enhances the students’ knowledge in theories and concepts of management and the different styles of effective management. The Master in Management program is designed for students with experience in analytical subjects such as finance, economics, science, mathematics, engineering, or similar - although students from all backgrounds with a proven ability in analytic problem solving are welcome to apply. The program uses an interdisciplinary approach: students apply analytical models to understand the global economy, product development, and new techniques in technology management within global companies.
1. Must have recommendation from previous college dean and college instructor.
2. Must take and pass the entrance examination for the master’s program.
3. Must have most recent medical and dental health record.
4. Must have the Original copy of the transcript of records.
5. Must have a copy of NSO certified birth certificate.
6. Must have a certificate of good moral character.
7. Must have a copy of the honorable dismissal.
8. Must have a copy of college diploma.
9. One 2”x 2” copy of latest photo.
MASTER IN MANAGEMENT
Program Completion Time Table
|1st Semester, Year 1
2 Basic Courses + 1 Cognate Course (9 units)
|Res 101||Research Methodology||3 units|
|ORGCOM||Organizational Communication||3 units|
|Soc Sci 101||Social Responsibility and Good Governance||3 units|
|2nd Semester, Year 1
1 Basic Course (Statistics) + 2 Cognate Courses (10 units)
|Stat 101||Research Statistics w/ Computer App||4 units|
|QUANTECH||Qualitative Techniques in Business||3 units|
|HBO||Human Behavior in Organization||3 units|
|1st Semester, Year 2
3 Major Courses (9 units)
|MGT 101||Theory and Practice of Public Administration||3 units|
|MGT 102||The Philippine Administrative Law||3 units|
|MGT 103||Local Gov’t Administration in the Philippines||3 units|
|2nd Semester, Year 2
Research Workshop + 2 Major Courses (9 units)*
*can be taken during the preceding summer term
|MGT104||Public Policy Formulation and Analysis||3 units|
|MGT105||Programs and Project Development||3 units|
|STW||Seminar in Thesis Writing||3 units|
|Upon the Completion of All Academic Requirements (37 units):
|NB.: A Student CANNOT take the Comprehensive Examination without passing ALL 37 academic units. Thesis Writing can be enrolled only after passing the Comprehensive Examination.|
for NON-BUSINESS GRADUATES
|**bridging courses are made available under special arrangement
SUMMARY OF REQUIRED COURSES
|Gen 101 Basic Principles of Accounting||3 units||Basic Courses||10 units|
|Gen 102 Gen. Principles of Mgt||3 units||Cognate Courses||9 units|
|Gen 103 Gen. Principles of Marketing||3 units||Majors Courses||15 units|
|Gen 104 Gen. Principles of Economics||3 units||Research Workshop||3 units|
|Thesis Writing||6 units|
|TOTAL UNITS NEEDED TO GRADUATE