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Admission of Graduate School Enrollees

For Master of Arts in Education (MA Ed)  

Applicants are required to submit the original copy of the following: a) study permit (for currently teaching applicants) or recommendation letter from the employer; b) transcript of records with S.O. number; c) four (4) copies of 2×2 ID picture, and d) completion of the required 18 units of education subjects (for non-education graduates).

For Master in Business Administration and Master in Management

Applicants must present the original copy of the following: a) original transcript of records with S.O.; b) certificate of employment or letter of recommendation from the immediate supervisor; and c) two (2) 2×2 ID pictures.

For Doctor in Education (Ed. D.)

Applicants must present the original copy of the following: a) original transcript of records (Master of Arts) with thesis and S.O.; b) study permit or letter of recommendation from the employer; and c) two (2) copies of 2×2 ID picture.

For Ph.D. in Development Administration (Ph.D. DA), Ph.D. in Business Management and Ph.D. in Educational Management (Ph.D. EM)

Applicants must present the original copy of the following: a) transcript of records (MBA/MM or any relevant graduate degree); b) letter of recommendation from the immediate supervisor; and c) two (2) copies of ID picture.

For Doctor of Philosophy in Religion and Philosophy (Ph.D. Rel.)

Applicants must present: a) completed application form for the Ph.D. program; b) transcript of records for the M.Div. (GPA of A-) and/or for the Master of Theology or M.A. in Religion (or equivalent) from a respected and accredited academic institution. Candidates whose highest academic degree is the M.Div. will be on probation during the first year; c) three academic and two character recommendations; d) essay on vocational goals of about 1,000 words; e) certification of English proficiency or TOEFL score of 550 or above, all course works will be submitted in English; f) statement of financial support; g) medical certification; h) two (2) ID pictures; i) personal interview with the Ph.D. Admissions Committee; and j) proof of residency or official domicile.

For Doctor of Missiology (D. Miss)

Applicants must present: a.) completed application form; b) official transcript of records for the Master of Divinity or Master of Arts from accredited schools and undergraduate work, the GPA of both M.Div. or MA and BA or B.Th. should be not lower than B+ (1.5); c) two letters of recommendation from the church and the president or dean of the university or seminary where the applicant studied; d) three (3) character references; e.) certification of English proficiency or TOEFL score of 550 or above; f) statement of financial support; g) medical certification, with chest X-ray and psychological test results; h) two ID pictures; and i) interview with the D. Miss. Admissions Committee.

For Higher Education Management Course Straight Ed. D. Program

Applicants must present: a) a completed application or admission form; b) two (2) letters of recommendation, one of which should be from the applicant’s present employer or superior; c) official transcript of records; d) permit to study (for government employees only); and e) evidence of aptitude for graduate studies.

Admission to the College of Law

The PCU College of Law is open to all applicants whose personal qualifications and credentials can yield high academic performance and who can profit from the intellectual, social and spiritual opportunities offered by the College. Requirements for admission are the following:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Sciences or any equivalent bachelor’s degree as may be authorized by the Commission on Higher Education with 18 units in English, 18 units in Social Sciences and 6 units in Mathematics;
  2. Original copy of the applicant’s transcript of records with S.O. number;
  3. Two (2) copies of 2×2 ID pictures; and
  4. Pass the qualifying examination administer by Legal Educational Board (LEB).

Enrollment Procedures

A student is considered officially enrolled for the semester if he/she has paid his/her tuition fees, either partially or in full, and has filled out all his/her subject class cards and surrendered them to his/her respective instructors.

To ensure a systematic enrollment, a year level-based enrollment schedule is being followed. All students are advised to follow the enrollment schedule.

For New Students

  1. Pay the testing fee (Cashier).
  2. Entrance examination at the Guidance and Counseling Office.
  3. Dean’s interview. Present the entrance examination results. Route Slip will be issued after the interview. For foreign students, secure first a clearance from the Registrar’s Office before the interview.
  4. Down payment at the Cashier. Students will be issued preliminary enrollment form after payment. Fill out all the needed information completely and legibly.
  5. Student Advising. For students under block sections, subjects will be given at the respective Dean’s office. For students who are looking for open subjects, please see the faculty adviser or check class schedules posted on bulletin boards.
  6. NSTP/PE enrollment
  7. Issuance of registration card
  8. Dean’s approval of Certificate of Registration
  9. ID application and picture-taking or validation by the Information Technology Department and the Office of Student Affairs.
  10. School Uniform. Buy or make reservations of the uniform at the Office of Student Affairs.
  11. Assessment. Proceed to the Accounting Office for assessment. For full payment, proceed to the Cashier.

For Old Students:

  1. Down payment at the Cashier. Students will be issued preliminary enrollment form after payment. Fill out all the needed information completely and legibly.
  2. Student Advising. For students under block sections, subjects will be given at the respective dean’s office. For students who are looking for open subjects, please see your faculty advisers or check schedules posted on bulletin boards.
Connect with us
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Kathleen Rose L. Guimbatan, Ed.D.

Tel. Nos. : 525-5435    Email: info@pcu.edu.ph

 

University Registrar

Carol A. Mendillo

Tel. Nos. : 523-2162     Email: info@pcu.edu.ph

Guidance and Counseling

Gloria C. Nabus

Tel. Nos. : 526-5107        Email: info@pcu.edu.ph

college of arts, sciences and social works

Dr. Emilie E. Tangonan

Tel. Nos. : 523-2187        Email: cassw.dean@pcu.edu.ph

College of Business Administration and Accountancy

Dr. Narciso Immanuel C. Managuelod

Tel. Nos. : 521-3244          Email: cbaa.dean@pcu.edu.ph

College of Education and Allied Programs

Dr. Marites D. Mercado

Tel. Nos. : 523-2159    Email: ceap.dean@pcu.edu.ph

College of Engineering and Information Technology

Prof. Mardonio M. Agustin, Jr.

Tel. Nos. : 330-1664        Email: ceit.dean@pcu.edu.ph

College of Nursing and Allied Health

Prof. Edna O. Imperial, R.N.

Tel. Nos. : 710-4694          Email: cnah.dean@pcu.edu.ph

College of Law

Justice Raoul V. Victorino (Ret.)

Tel. Nos. : 526-5109      Email: col.dean@pcu.edu.ph

School of Tourism and Hospitality Studies

Prof. Leah Jeuel G. David

Tel. Nos. : 521-5045           Email: sths.dean@pcu.edu.ph

Extended Tertiary Education Equivalency & Accreditation Program

Dr. Francis Christie C. Arnado

Tel. Nos. :523-1540  Email: eteeap.coordinator @pcu.edu.ph

Program for Accelerated College Education

Prof. Origen P. Pascua

Tel. Nos. :523-3089       Email: pace.coordinator@pcu.edu.ph