Overview

GRADUATE SCHOOL PROFILE

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Graduate School Vision

The GS envisions itself as the lead school in the region for advanced studies in creating knowledge and technology, and continuously improving professional competences and practices for sustaining national and global competitiveness.

Graduate School Mission

The GS commits itself to provide sustained learning environment through interconnectivity between research, teaching, service and productivity for competent capacity enhancement of students toward responsible agents for national and global development.

Historical Sketch of the Graduate School

Afterwhich, Master of Business Management, Master of Arts in Education majors in Mathematics, Filipino, Physical Education, English, Technology and Livelihood Education and Doctor of Public Administrations were offered. Certificates of Programs Compliance were issued to the University for satisfactorily addressing the requirements on administration, faculty complement, research presentation and publication, library holdings, support services, physical facilities and laboratories. In its commitment to quality and excellence, the academic programs were subjected to Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) evaluation, satisfactory passed the preliminary visit, qualified for Level 1 with a rating of “Very Good” and due for Level 2 assessment this academic year 2018-2019.

Strong partnership with the various agencies of the government, civil society groups, non-governmental organizations, people’s organizations were forged as part of its “corporate social responsibility” advocacy. Due to the recognition of the University’s stature and reputation, the GS served as the host unit for the DELTA (Developing Excellent Leaders and Teachers Academic Achievement) scholars of the Province of Pampanga. In 2017, there were 150 public schools teachers who enjoyed scholarship benefits and other related fees.

In recognition of the strong need for a broad-based improvement of the readiness, capabilities and capacities of public service professionals in education to ensure the attainment of producing competitive graduates at different levels of education, innovative engagement should put into fore. Hence, “Cross-Institutional Complementation for Advanced Program Capacitation” was conceived, a joint academic venture between DHVTSU and Dr. Yanga’s Colleges and a Commission on Higher Education (CHED) endorsed program.
As of the academic year 2017-2018, there are 1,358 officially enrolled students and most of the University’s graduates are now occupying key positions, both public and private (as exhibited in the GS Tracers Studies).

Programs

Graduate School Programs and Descriptions

 

Doctor of Education in Educational Management

This program is designed for the advance student who aspires to top level administrative position and who wishes to achieve a superior level of competency in the exercise leadership roles in educational policy formulation and management. The program provides an understanding of sound educational foundation and the application of research to practice.

Doctor of Public Administration

The Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) program is a research-oriented program that provides knowledge and skills on the basic problems and processes involved in the Philippine public administration. The program includes topics in the foundations of public administration and good governance. It aims to produce graduates who are ready to serve as ethical, accountable and critical leaders in the public sector and in academic institutes. The program aims to (1) to apply the theoretical literature appropriately to issues commonly addressed in public administration and related public affairs disciplines; to assess and critique the analytic techniques and conclusions of scholarly articles and practitioner communications on public management and public policy; and to prepare and produce high-quality independent research and analysis of real world phenomena in the governmental and/or the non-profit sector that will contribute to the body of knowledge about public management and public policy.

Master of Arts in Education

The MAEd prepares individuals for the broad spectrum of educational positions and roles in the field of education. It prepares education students for the various administrative and supervisory positions in elementary, secondary, post-secondary and vocational programs.

Specialization:

  • Major in Educational Management
  • Major in Filipino
  • Major in Mathematics
  • Major in English
  • Major in Physical Education
  • Major in Technology and Livelihood Education

Master of Arts Major in Technology and Livelihood Education

The Master of Arts in Education major in Technology and Livelihood Education aims to produce highly competent professionals who can:

  1. Develop insights and higher order thinking skills and apply effective management strategies in organization;
  2. Develop competence in the implementation of the program in their respective schools;
  3. Recognize, understand, analyse the complexity of program as implemented in the school as far as the changes and developments is concerned; and
  4. Emerge from major changes with realistic ideas about how they make use of their knowledge, skills, and values in the occupational pursuits in a variety of settings.

Master of Arts Major in Physical Education

As a response to the realization of CHED’s vision of quality and excellence in higher education, the project aims to further the instruction and implementation of all programs in physical education, sports, and wellness in the school settings.

  1. To provide a deep understanding of the principles, concepts, and skills in physical education in schools
  2. To equip with advanced scientific and applied training in sports and wellness, instructional materials development and pedagogical skills in physical education
  3. To enhance competencies by providing opportunities and involvement in the community through physical education programs

Master of Public Administration

This program is intended for those with career interest in public governance. The curriculum blends theoretical and applied concepts and assures “real-world” experiences for the novice administrator. In addition, it requires that students devote attention to general professional development.

Master of Business Administration

The MBA program is designed to prepare individuals for managerial positions in business, government and non-government organizations. Emphasis in the course of study is on leadership, problem solving, and decision-making.

GS Professors

Graduate School Professors

 

Dr. Dolores T. Quiambao
Dean, Graduate School

Faculty Members
  1. Atty. Ananias Canlas Jr.
  2. Atty. Bienvenido Bacani
  3. Atty. Germi Espiritu
  4. Atty. Ramsey Ocampo
  5. Dr. Alvin Nuqui
  6. Dr. Antonette Guintu
  7. Dr. Arceli Lopez
  8. Dr. Arnel Usman
  9. Dr. Arthur Baybayan
  10. Dr. Avelina Aquino
  11. Dr. Beatriz Torno
  12. Dr. Benigno P. Legamia Jr.
  13. Dr. Bernardo Simon
  14. Dr. Caridad Abuan
  15. Dr. Catalino Rivera
  16. Dr. Cecilia Gascon
  17. Dr. Chona Navarro
  18. Dr. Danilo Hilario
  19. Dr. Dolores T. Quiambao
  20. Dr. Eduardo Cusipag
  21. Dr. Efren Abulencia
  22. Dr. Esperanza Salinas
  23. Dr. Fernandina Otchengco
  24. Dr. Gloria Gigante
  25. Dr. Homer Tacubanza
  26. Dr. Irineo Alvaro
  27. Dr. Jane Valencia
  28. Dr. Jesus Panlilio
  29. Dr. Joan Reyes
  30. Dr. John Manalili
  31. Dr. Jose Tiburcio Canlas
  32. Dr. Jumel Miller
  33. Dr. Junar Martin
  34. Dr. Lawrence Agapito
  35. Dr. Leandro Canlas
  36. Dr. Leonardo Canlas
  37. Dr. Leonardo Zapanta
  38. Dr. Leopoldo Cura
  39. Dr. Lolita Molano
  40. Dr. Lourdes Dela Cruz
  41. Dr. Lourdes Punsalan
  42. Dr. Lourdes Vasquez
  43. Dr. Luis M. Lansang
  44. Dr. Marie Tessiebeth Cordova
  45. Dr. Marwin Dela Cruz
  46. Dr. Mary Rechelle Guzman
  1. Dr. Melanie Briones
  2. Dr. Mildred Crisostomo
  3. Dr. Nemesio Tiongson
  4. Dr. Nicolas Capulong
  5. Dr. Nilo Colinares
  6. Dr. Noel Dominado
  7. Dr. Philip Paulino
  8. Dr. Regina Cura
  9. Dr. Reynaldo Cruz
  10. Dr. Ricardo Reyes Jr.
  11. Dr. Riza B. Lintag
  12. Dr. Robin Dimla
  13. Dr. Roland Niño Agoncillo
  14. Dr. Ronnie S. Mallari
  15. Dr. Rosalin Muli
  16. Dr. Rowina Twaño
  17. Dr. Teodoro Gatchalian
  18. Dr. Thelma Yalung
  19. Dr. Vicky Vital
  20. Dr. Wilfredo Cunanan
  21. Dr. William Bacani
  22. Dr. Yolanda Crisostomo
  23. Dr. Yuri Walter Akiate
  24. EVP Rohel S. Serrano
  25. Fiscal Jose Theodoro Leonardo Santos
  26. Judge Rochelle Manuel
  27. Justice Agustin Dizon
  28. Pres. Enrique G. Baking
  29. Prof. Anicia Ferrer
  30. Prof. Anita Sibug
  31. Prof. Charlie Padilla
  32. Prof. Dynah Soriano
  33. Prof. Eddibal Layco
  34. Prof. Elena Tesoro
  35. Prof. Isaias M. Panganiban Jr.
  36. Prof. Jessie Manapsal
  37. Prof. Jo Ann Gamboa
  38. Prof. Joel D. Canlas
  39. Prof. John Wesley S. Calagui I
  40. Prof. June D. Cunanan
  41. Prof. Lucia Basco
  42. RD Dulce Cochon
  43. RD Elisa Salon
  44. VP Ranie B. Canlas
  45. VP Reden M. Hernandez
  46. VP Reynaldo Nicdao