Mother Carmen Graduate School
The Graduate School was established in 1997 to respond to the expressed needs for personal, professional and career growth of individuals from various sectors, namely: the academe, church, business, government and non-governmental agencies as well as sectarian and non-sectarian organizations. It creates opportunities through network of partners in the field of continuing Education and Psychological services for degree and non-degree programs.
The Graduate School enables the students:
- To undergo an ongoing program for professional growth;
- To become Christ-centered specialists who will continually upgrade and enrich their professional, occupational and social life, and those of others within their sphere of influence; and
- To experience intellectual exploration, independent initiative, advanced research, and the mastery of skills essential to meaningful and successful work.
The Master of Arts Programs require students to pass a comprehensive examination and a thesis. These programs have 36 units of coursework and six units of thesis. As a final output, the students must have at least one publication in a refereed journal.