Graduate Studies Students
- Students are required to take the qualifying examination (i.e National Grade Record Examination issued by the CHED) in the master's degree program and doctoral program administered by the Admission Committee headed by the Dean and followed by an appropriate interview before being admitted in any graduate program.
- For admission to the master's degree program, only students who graduated baccalaureate level with at least an average rating of "2" or equivalent shall be deemed eligible for admission.
- For admission to the doctoral level only those students who are holders of master's degree with at least an average rating of "1.75" or equivalent shall be eligible for admission.
- Student whose average rating is below the requirement may be provisionally admitted to a non degree status, and after the successful completion of at least 18 academic units with an average rating of 2.0 in the master's degree program and of at least academic units with an average rating of 1.5 in the doctoral degree program shall elevated to a regular status subject to the approval of the dean.
- Applicants for admission to the master's degree program and doctoral degree program shall be required to have the proper and corresponding undergraduate or equivalent course at the graduate level and graduate academic background respectively to qualify for admission. The satisfactory completion of 18 academic units in the former and 21 academic units in the latter shall be required for admission
- Applicants for admission must present an original copy of the official transcript of record or transfer credentials.
They must present a present a permit to study if they are working students.