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GRADUATE SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Doctor of Philosophy Major in Educational Management
Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management
Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Master in Business Administration
Master of Arts in Education – Major in
Teaching English as Second Language
Guidance and Counseling
Health Sciences Education
Educational Management
Religious Studies
Special Education
Mathematics
Filipino

Master of Library and Information Science
Master of Science in Microbiology
Master of Science of Clinical Program Development
Master of Science in Radiologic Technology
Master of Science in Information Technology
Master of Science in Psychology major in Developmental Psychology
Master of Science in Management Engineering
Master of Arts in Communication
Master of Science in Pharmacy
Master of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science
Master of Science in Entrepreneurship
Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling

 




Pedrito Jose Bermudo, Ph. D.
Dean - Graduate School


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  Brief History

The Graduate School was established in 1988 with degrees offered in Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) and Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). Since then, it has been operating with the primordial objective to serve the graduate students by developing their full potentials as leaders, administrators and managers, and as physically, intellectually, socially, morally and spiritually dynamic human beings committed to national development and to the achievement of the best quality of life.

The Graduate School dovetails its programs to the vision, mission, philosophy, goals and objectives of the University System and the nation to be proactively responsive to the challenges of social transformation and development. It enjoys academic freedom that enables the nurturing of a culture of excellence necessary for global competition, cooperation, and participation.

Graduate education in the UPHSL is vertically articulated by discipline. Graduate programs in the University emanate from strong undergraduate programs across the higher education disciplines.


Vision

The Graduate School envisions itself as one of the leading schools in the local and global arena for promoting excellence in life and work situations

Mission

The Graduate School shares the meaning and value of excellence as a way of life through innovative and dynamic academic programs.

Goals and Objectives

The Graduate School of the University of Perpetual Help Laguna aims to contribute to the development of educators, leaders and managers who shall be committed to the pursuit of excellence in education, health, technology, research and community service. It shall continue to inculcate Perpetualite values in preparation of their exemplary leadership in the local, national and global arena.

Specifically, the UPHSL-GS objectives are:

  • To produce socially concerned Perpetualites dedicated to the upliftment of Filipino moral values and the quality of life;
  • To develop dynamic professional leaders, mangers and educators who are catalyst for human development;
  • To enhance Filipino creativity, critical thinking and field expertise among educational and health professional managers; and
  • To prepare graduates who are globally competent and updated in research and developmental studies in various fields of specialization.

Program Educational Objectives and
 Program Objectives

  1. Doctor of Philosophy major in Educational Management

 

Program Vision
            The foremost center for molding specialists in the field of education, management, leadership, and research

Program Mission
            A program that further advances the frontiers of knowledge through quality pedagogical processes for educational leaders and researchers

Program Educational Objectives
            The PhD in Educational Management program shall produce specialists who can/are:

    1. formulate laws, theories, and  principles based on their expertise in pedagogy, educational administration and supervision, and research
    2. assume educational leadership in international organizations
    3. 3.  embark, as educators and researchers, on research projects of national and international import
    4. spearhead the organization and management of non-government organizations that will serve the needs of marginal groups in society
    5. paragons of moral virtues in the exercise of their profession
    6. experts in organization communication for effective human relations
    7. uphold the value and importance of education for life

Program Outcomes
            Graduates of  the PhD program are expected to be able to:

  1. demonstrate in-depth understanding of a complex and coherent body of knowledge and skills that are in the forefront of an academic discipline of professional area;
  2. demonstrate the ability to extend the latter or generate new knowledge through research;
  3. demonstrate an ability to make informed judgments on complex issues in specific fields of specialization, and of approaching and solving problems in innovative ways;
  4. understand, develop, and sustain arguments about, and critically evaluate the established theories, principles, and concepts at the forefront of a specialized field of study;
  5. extend the forefront knowledge by conducting original research or other forms of advanced scholarship of a level of quality that meets the standards of peer review and eventually merit publication;
  6. interpret and critically assess new contributions to knowledge by other individuals, and communicate such interpretations and assessment to both specialist and non- specialist audiences;
  7. conceptualize, design, and implement research projects for the generation of new knowledge and/ or of new educational programs and systems , and adjust the project design in consideration of external exigencies;
  8. make very informed judgments on conflict issues in their field of specialization and its application, even in the absence of complete data, in ways that are informed by the ethical and social dimensions of the field, and be able to communicate their ideas to both specialist and non- specialist audiences.

B. Master of Arts in Education

Program Vision
            A center of excellence for developing professionals and leaders in the field of education

Program Mission
            A program that provides educational institutions with professional educators equipped with pedagogical, administrative and supervisory expertise

Program Educational Objectives
            The Master of Arts in Education program shall produce educators who can/are:

  1. provide dynamic leadership in the organization and management of educational enterprises
  2. competent in pedagogy and other educational innovations
  3. spearhead and lead socio-civic activities in the community
  4. generate new knowledge through research and other professional studies
  5. paragons of moral virtues in life.
  6. demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relations
  7. uphold the value and importance of continuing educational opportunities

Program Outcomes
            Graduates of  the MAEd program are expected to be able to:

  1. demonstrate in-depth understanding of a complex and coherent body of knowledge and skills in an area of study in education, which may be applied in many types of school or other educational environments;
  2. demonstrate a higher order level of skill in the analysis, critical assessment, and application and communication of knowledge in the field;
  3. demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge and skills in the field to new situations in more creative and flexible ways, and to solve complex problems in the field in ways that involve rigorous thinking and independent work;
  4. apply current knowledge in original ways to specific problems or context by understanding research, a complex project, or some other form of advanced scholarship;
  5. apply current knowledge in original ways to specific problems or context by understanding research, a complex project, or some other form of advanced scholarship;
  6. demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the methods of          inquiry             in their own research or advanced scholarship, and how these methods are used to create and interpret knowledge in the field;
  7. critically evaluate current research, advanced scholarship, and methodologies in the field;
  8. creatively and systematically deal with complex issues within a field, make judgments or decisions in the absence of complete data, and clearly communicate one’s justification for such actions to specialist and non-specialist audiences;
  9.  demonstrate initiative, self-direction and originality in dealing           with problems in the field (e.g. develop innovative teacher approaches             and resources; establish new teacher supervisory systems, etc.) particularly in the planning and execution of tasks in the field;
  10. continue to advance knowledge and skills in the field using the established sources of advanced information in the field; and
  11. undertake more advanced and specialized training for developing existing skills, acquiring higher level and more specialized competencies in the formal higher education context.

C. Master of Business Administration

Program Vision
            The MBA program is the fount of business and industry leaders

Program Mission
            A program that provides professional managers to serve as corporate strategic leaders and entrepreneurs

Program Educational Objectives
            The Master of Business Administration program shall produce graduates who:

    1. possess competencies and technical expertise as professional managers, top-caliber business consultants and/or successful entrepreneurs
    2. spearhead project management, creative research and development, and other related services executed at the highest level of ethical performance
    3. apply effective leadership in organizational development and other innovative projects
    4. lead in activities involving community welfare, environmental protection, economic and spiritual development
    5. demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relations
    6. contribute new knowledge to the existing body of knowledge through research and professional studies
    7. value the importance of continuing educational opportunities

Program Outcomes
            Graduates of  the MBA program are expected to be able to:

    1. acquire relevant knowledge to address contemporary business problems;
    2. explain a range of quantitative and qualitative management methods used to solve business problems;
    3. acquire knowledge of ethical business policies and strategies to improve the effectiveness of business organization and its stakeholders;
    4. identify firm’s environmental influences on organizations to develop strategic plans;
    5. evaluate strategic plans for the management change and the development of business organizations;
    6. acquire knowledge and skill in the application of research to business problems and issues;
    7. demonstrate a high level of professionalism in the analysis and evaluation of organizational conditions necessary for developmental actions;
    8. develop at an advanced level of written communication skills;
    9. contribute significant knowledge to the understanding of one or more aspects of  business administration through research;
    10. participate in Community Outreach activities for its economic and spiritual development; and
    11. recognize the need for a continuing professional education and its opportunities for advancement

     

  1. Master of Science in Clinical Programs Development

Program Vision
            A center of excellence for developing innovative leaders and managers in the field of clinical, health care system and educational administration.

Program Mission
            A program that provides hospital and educational institutions with professional health care executives and educators to serve as effective leaders and managers.

 

Program Educational Objectives
            The Master of Science in Clinical Programs Development shall produce graduates who can/are:

  1. prepared for expanded administrative and service careers in health and education.    
  2. equipped with human and conceptual skills, an adjunct to the technical capabilities that an individual possesses.
  3. formulate new policies and innovations through research executed at the highest level of ethical standard.
  4. spearhead and engage in program development, implementation, evaluation and analysis related to quality health care and educational delivery systems.
  5. experts in their professional field; able to share their knowledge readily for the further development of their profession.
  6. demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relations
  7. Uphold the value of continuing education in their professional endeavors.   

Program Outcomes
            Graduates of  the MSCPD program are expected to be able to:

  1. demonstrate decision making related to clinical practice and/or functional roles as educator, administrator or clinical based   on a synthesis of appropriate theories, principles and research in the field of specialization
  2. effectively communicate information to professional audiences in clinics, hospitals or classroom setting
  3. demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills in organizational, legislative, and policy settings that influence achievement of  professional and health related client outcomes
  4. understand and interpret current regulatory requirements in clinical and health education programs
  5. participate effectively in the planning and execution of clinical programs in education and in different health fields
  6. demonstrate competence in assessing and evaluating clinical program implementation
  7. develop evidence-based clinical programs or functional role standards, protocols, policies, and other documents based on a synthesis of conceptual and research literature related to one’s field of specialization
  8. prepare and manage high quality and cost effective clinical program outcomes based on collaboration with other disciplines
  9. recognize the need for engaging in life-long learning

 

  1. Master of Science in Microbiology

Program Vision
            A center of excellence for developing leaders and managers in the field of microbiology and its integral parts.

Program Mission
            A program that nurtures the intellect, expertise and experience of professionals through, quality pedagogical processes, research and specialized training in the filed of microbiology and who are active participants in the increasingly daunting task of updating for expanding challenges in the field of science.

Program Educational Objectives
            The Master of Science in Microbiology programs shall produce graduates who can/are:

  1. prepared for an expanded administrative and service careers in health and education.
  2. equipped with the competencies and technical expertise for careers in academic institutions or the biotechnology industry.
  3. spearhead projects and researches to meet the challenges that confront microbiologists and the health sector in general; active participants in national and international development efforts in the medical field.
  4. lead in activities involving health promotion, sanitation, environmental protection, and other issues that need to be addressed for the good of the community.
  5. generate as research executives new knowledge in the field of medicine in diagnosis of diseases, laboratory analysis, anti-microbial agents’ production and utilization and identification of emergent microorganisms.    
  6. demonstrate proficiency in organizational communication for effective human relations

7.  uphold the value of continuing education in their professional endeavors

Program Outcomes
            Graduates of the MS Microbiology program are expected to be able to:

  1. demonstrate mastery of the fundamental concepts of microbiology and immunology and apply these to             independently design and perform experimental studies benefiting man in their every day living.
  2. present research results and interpretation of those results both orally and in written works.
  3. demonstrate proficiency with a variety of classical and modern microbiological techniques.
  4. exhibit awareness and perspective as a member of a local, national and global scientific community.
  5. pursue relevant career advance degree programs in clinical or related health fields and receive scholarships and awards recognizing their accomplishments and future potentials.
  6. explain the dynamics of microbiology and immunology: bacterial genetic principles, and its implication, commensal and pathological relationship, infection treatment and control.
  7. retrieve, evaluate and use microbiologic information regarding contemporary issues in the world.
  8. effectively communicate information to professional audiences in clinics, hospitals or classroom setting

Admission Requirements

1. Applicants for admission to graduate work for the master's degree must be holders of an appropriate bachelor's degree. Applicants for the doctoral degree must have an appropriate master's degree.
2. Applicants to the master’s and doctoral programs shall submit a duly accomplished application form together with the following:

  1. official transcript of academic records;
  2. certification of proficiency in English, if English is not the medium of instruction;
  3. entrance examination; and
  4. other requirements germane to the program.

3. The Graduate Admissions Committee shall determine the acceptability of an applicant based on the following:

  1. general weighted average of 2.0 and 1.75 or its equivalent for applicants  to the master’s and doctoral programs, respectively.
  2. appropriateness of previous degree/s earned to the graduate program applied for;
  3. relatedness of work experience/s to the graduate program applied for; and
  4. demonstrated ability to conduct research and other criteria prescribed by the committee.

4. All foreign students shall submit a study permit from the Bureau of immigration and Deportation (BID) and other documents as required by the Registrar.

Faculty of Instruction

PhD
Bejasa, Wilfredo L.             MBA MPA EdD
Bermudo, Pedrito Jose V.   MA MBA MAEd EdD PhD
Lagunda, Edilberto A.         MS PhD
Somido, Ferdinand C.         MAEd PhD
Yango, Antonio R.              MAEd PhD
Zantua, Apollo Pablo          MBA PhD (on-going)

MAEd
Alon, Merlene M                 MAT MBA PhD
Avalos, Adelaida G.           MAT PhD
Bermudo, Pedrito Jose V.   MA MBA MAEd EdD PhD
Buñag, Willie A.                MPT PhD (on-going)
Castro, Adelina R.              MAEd PhD (on-going)
Calibo, Anacleto A.            MS, PhD (Bio) PhD Sc. Ed.
Jalop, Jose Romano            MAEd PhD
Gilbuena, Ananias S.          MBA MD
Mendoza, Rodolfo V.         MAEd
Palma, Cecilia S.                MAEd EdD
Purificación Jesús M.         MAT
Reforeal, Esmeraldo A.      MTheol MPM
Salinas, Elena A.                MAEd EdD 
Somido, Ferdinand C.        MAEd PhD

MBA
Amparo, Allan B.             MIR PhD (Cand.)
Bautista, Susana C.          MBA EdD
Bejasa, Wilfredo L.          MBA MPA MAEd EdD
Dela Vega, Diana D.        MBA PhD
Roma, Francisco T.          MBA DBA
Yu, Antonio U.                 MBA DBM

MS
Bungay, Alice Alma C.    DVM
Calibo, Anacleto A.          MS, PhD (Bio) PhD Sc.Ed.
San Juan, Estrella A.        MAN PhD (on-going)
Ramirez, Ernesto F.          MAEd EdD
Tamayo, Karen B.            MD MBA EdD

Faculty Researches

The UPHSL Graduate School Journal 2012

Inclusion for hearing impaired:
What the students and the parents say about?

Ferdinand C. Somido, Remina L. Tanyag,
Remedios M. dela Rosa, and Nonet A. Cuy

Antimicrobial effects of honey against oral pathogens
Karen L. Tamayo, Carmela F. Catipan, and Ernesto Ramirez,

Perceptions on inter-professional communication among radiologic technologists in the Province of Laguna
Pedrito Jose V. Bermudo, Evelyn N. Rosete and Elena Salinas
Hiring managers’ expectations and graduating ECE students’ job preparedness in entry-level competencies for employability in semiconductor industry
Alejandro C. Pine, Antonio R. Yango,
Araceli C. Corpuz and Antonio O. Yu

Knowledge, compliance and effectiveness of home intervention procedures for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Maribel C. Bermudez, Jose Romano O. Jalop,
Sherill S. Villaluz, and Merlene M. Alon

The UPHSL Graduate School Journal 2011

Effects of guided imagery on pre-operative  
anxiety of patients for abdominal surgery

Ma. Xenia Z. Bitera, Pedrito Jose V. Bermudo and Rodelando E. Ocampo

Frequency of use and level of effectiveness of information and communication technologies (ICT) in instruction
Pedrito Jose V. Bermudo,  Nonet A. Cuy, and Oliver M. Junio        

Correlates of Academic Performance in                    
English 1 of ESL College Freshmen

Adelaida G. Avalos,  Pedrito Jose V. Bermudo, and Adelina R. Castro

Instructive Methodology in Teaching                                                            
English Language in the Tertiary Level

Antonio R. Yango, Adelaida G. Avalos and Nonet A. Cuy

Teaching Competency, Commitment and                                                           
Student Academic Performance

Nonet A. Cuy, Rodolfo V. Mendoza, Cecilia S. Palma

 
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