Grad school prepares for level III, phase II

Dr. Rebecca DC. Manalastas“Cognizant of the main goal of the  Graduate School, we are here to act upon the preparations for the upcoming  AACCUP accreditation ,” Dean Rebecca DC. Manalastas said to the professors given specific assignments for the said activity  in November this year.

Dr. Manalastas was aided by two of the university’s senior AACCUP accreditors,  Dr. Hedeliza A. Pineda, and Dr. Rey Roxas. They shared their experiences  that provided models for CTU to emulate, especially that it is aiming to pass the level 3, phase 2 accreditation of five (5) degree programs. She specifically pointed out that the preparation should primarily consider  an elaborate presentation of evidences to comply with AACCUP standards. “This has always been the key component to passing any accreditation requirement,” she added.


Dr. Hedeliza A. Pineda
Dr. Hedeliza A. Pineda streamlines preparations toward a successful accreditation.

The degree programs  include : Master of Arts in Education (MAEd), Master of Arts in Vocational Education (MAVED), Master in Technology Education (MTE), Master of Science in Industrial Technology (MSIT) , and Master in Public Administration (MPA).

For each program, ten (10) areas will be  evaluated: Area I, VMGO; Area II, Faculty; Area III, Curriculum and Instruction; Area IV, Students; Area V, Research; Area VI, Extension and Community Involvement; Area VII, Library; Area VIII, Physical Plant and Facilities; Area IX, Laboratories; and Area X, Administration.






Dr. Rey C. Rojas
Dr. Rey C. Rojas elaborates on the data to be gathered in ten (10) areas.

The Graduate School seeks to improve its delivery of services with the help of its own task force, the academics who joined the meeting on August 18. Faculty members were designated as coordinators for the five  programs: Dr. Rey C. Rojas (MAED), Dr. Clemencia B. Burgos (MAVED), Dr. Paterno, Fernandez  (MTE), Dr. Romarico A. Loremia (MSIT) and Dr. Edwin Andaya (MPA).

“Let’s work hand in hand, with our heart, mind and spirit, toward the attainment of our purpose.” The dean is hopeful that the outcome is positive in the interest of CTU’s stakeholders.(UPO)

CTU Professors
(from left:) Dr. Adora A. Villaganas, Dr. Elvisa O. Basubas, and Dr. Roselyn T. Bustos team up for Area 1.