WESTERN PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY<br />Graduate School<br /> PresentedBy: Presented To: <br />DIOLIN V. HOMBRE ELSA P. MANARPAAC,Ph.D.<br />Ph.D. in Ed.Ad. Professor- EDUC. 310<br />Student Admin. Of Educ’l Tech.<br />
NOEL L. GAURAN<br />Ph.D. in Statistics<br />U.P. Los Baños<br />Graduate School Dean<br />
Location<br />The Graduate School is in house atCAS Bldg. <br />
VISION:<br />The Western Philippines University will be recognized internationally as a knowledge center for sustainable resource development and management.<br />MISSION:<br />The Western Philippines University commits itself to develop quality human resource and technologies for a dynamic economy and sustainable development through relevant instruction, research, extension and production activities.<br />
OBJECTIVES:To attain academic excellence and distinction for WPU as a major university in Region IV and BIMP-EAGA region. To make higher education more accessible. To increase efficiency and effectiveness of University’s programs and operational systems. To strengthen research, invention, creative and extension output and develop and implement resource generation strategies. To manifest strong commitment to rural development and environment. To modernize the University.<br />
Curricular Offerings<br />WPU-Main Campus<br /><ul><li>PhD in Educational Administration
Master in Electrical Engineering</li></li></ul><li>WPU GRADUATE SCHOOL DIRECTORYOFFICERS OF THE ADMINISTRATION<br />DR. CONCEPTO B. MAGAY University Presidents <br />PROF. JASON P. PENEYRA SUC Vice President<br />DR. ROSALIE S. NOSTRATIS VP for Academic Affairs<br />DR. RIA S. SARIEGO VP for Res., Dev./Ext. and Res. Director<br />MRS. DIANA Y. YARA VP for Admin. and Administrative Officer V<br />DR. NOEL L. GAURAN Graduate School Dean<br />DR. OSCAR G. NALZARO Graduate School Assistant Dean<br />PROF. LILY R. OCAPAN University Secretary<br />
Organizational Structure of the Western Philippines University revised as <br />per Board Resolution No.239, s. 2009 dated June 5, 2009<br />
WPU-Main Campus<br />DR. JULIE HOPE P. EVINA Educational Management<br />DR. MARCELINO JOJO L. TABAGO JR. Rural Development<br />DR. LOURDES S. ARCILLA Public Administration<br />DR. SUSAN M. GAURAN Agronomy<br />PROF. LITA B. SOPSOP Extension Systems & Mgt.<br />DR. MALOU O. MARZO Horticulture<br />WPU-PPC Campus<br />DR. FRANKLIN JOSEPH D. SOLITA Educational Management<br />DR. OSCAR G. NALZARO Public Admin./ Rural Dev.<br />DR. LOTA A. CREENCIA Marine Biology<br />PROGRAM CHAIRMAN <br />
FUNCTION COORDINATORS: DR. RIA S. SARIEGO Research and PublicationsDR. EULENIA C. PIZANA ExtensionPROF. DANIEL S. TABINGA Student Services<br />STUDENT SERVICE PROGRAM:<br />Head of Unit Student Service <br />PROF. DANIEL S. TABINGA Info. & Students Records<br />DR. NOEL L. GAURAN Scholarship & Student Org.<br />
FINANCIAL INFORMATION <br /> The new rates of school fees for graduate students for school year 2008-09 are as follows:<br /> Fees <br /> <br /> Tuition Fee 400.00 (Masteral)/Unit, 450 Ph.D./unit <br /> Registration Fee 50.00 <br /> Deposit 100.00 <br /> Medical and Dental Fee 50.00<br /> Library Fee 100.00/sem<br /> Publication (School Organ) 100.00<br /> Student Handbook 50.00<br /> Student Organization (GSO) 50.00<br /> Student School ID 120.00<br /> Internet Fee(semestral) 300.00/sem<br /> Late Registration 50.00/day<br /> Dropping/Changing of Subject 50.00/subject<br /> Transcript of Records 100.00/page<br /> Diploma Fee (incl. Printing) 100.00<br /> Completion Fee/Authentication 50.00<br /> LOA (Leave of Absence) Fee 25.00<br /> Evaluation Fee 25.00<br />
Student’s Academic Loading<br /><ul><li>The regular load is 12 units per semester and 6 units in summer. For Saturday classes, a student can take a maximum of 9 units during regular semester.
Should part of the student’s load be made up of “non credit” courses (i.e. undergraduate courses that are not intended for graduate accreditation but which nonetheless are required of a student to graduate accreditation but which nonetheless are required of a student to cover for deficiencies in his academic preparation}, the maximum load one could enroll is 15 units per semester. Research and teaching fellows of WPU shall be governed by separate policy.</li></li></ul><li>Residence Requirements<br /><ul><li>The maximum residence allowed is two and one summer for masteral at the University devoted wholly or partly to graduate work.
The Master’s degree must be completed within five calendar years and seven years for PhD. (excluding leaves from the start of admission.</li></li></ul><li>Grading System<br /> <br />Excellent 1.0-1.25 <br />Very good 1.5<br />Good 1.75 <br />Satisfactory 2.0<br />No Credit 2.25-3.0 <br />Failed 5.0<br /> <br />Any grade below 2.0 will carry no credit to the degree program. To continue in the program, the student should have a weighted average of 2.0 or better.<br />
Dropping of Subjects<br /><ul><li>Application for changing, adding or dropping of subjects must be filed at the Registrar’s Office. Change in the registration, except for compulsory dropping of subjects is permitted within two weeks from the first day of classes during the semestral terms, and within the first three days during the summer term. Application for adding/changing of subjects for transfer to other classes must be course through the concerned graduate faculty and approved by the Advisory Committee Chairman.
Dropping of any course will not be permitted after eight weeks from the first day of classes during the semester and three weeks from the first day except for justifiable reason upon recommendation of the Advisory Committee Chairman and approval of the Dean. Unofficial dropping of any subject will mean a grade of 5.0.</li></li></ul><li>Scholarship Grants:<br />Cong. Mitra Educational Aid Program<br />Cong. Antonio Alavarez “ IskolarngBayan” <br />Gov. Joel T. Reyes Scholarship Program<br />