Programs Offerings


PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Apply key business and management concepts, principles, approaches, tools, and techniques in the performance of their management profession in business organization or enterprise;
  • Adopt new business models and applications based on conceptual frameworks derived from their course papers and Master’s thesis or Capstone project;
  • Master an array of leadership and business management skills that they can apply when they join the executive/management levels of key departments of a business organization, or when they manage an entrepreneurial company as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), and Chief Finance Officer (CFO), or as top company executive or management and/or business consultant;
  • Apply the values and positive attributes towards work which they gained as MBA graduates, and develop a new, progress-oriented work ethics as model executives and/or entrepreneurs of business organizations and enterprises; and
  • Integrate the knowledge and skills acquired across business functions, and develop business-related projects and/or conduct research tasks on various dimensions of business organizations and associations whether in local or global field.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of MBA program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Critical and integrative thinking skills to solve business-related case problems
    • Graduates shall be able to think critically, innovatively, and creatively, in analyzing problems that arise from multi-dimensional fields and cross-sectional organizational situations.
  • Effective communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal
    • Graduates shall be able to communicate effectively in writing and orally in ways appropriate for a variety of objectives, themes, places, and audiences.
  • Entrepreneurial thinking and innovativeness
    • Graduates shall be able to present/share an innovative perspective that can lead to new ways of doing business and or engaging into new business ventures that possess rarity and value-adding attributes, among others.
  • Insighting and research skills and capabilities
    • Graduates shall have the ability to exercise lower level of abstraction to formulate case problems that may be solved through a process of scientific inquiry to produce a solid empirical basis for decision-making.
  • Corporate leadership and management skills to be applied to multi-cultural organization environment
    • Graduates shall have the ability to utilize leadership skills effectively by understanding human behavior and interacting in group situations especially in culturally-diverse environments, and helping others develop their skills, and resolving conflict.
  • Knowledge of high level management tools and methodologies
    • Graduates shall have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the theoretical foundations and quantitative tools of each of the business and management functional areas, as well as the ability to apply this knowledge to various business case problems in different work places.
  • Positive Attitude and Filipino, Dominican, and Christian-Oriented Values
    • Graduates shall be able to put into practice positive attitude towards work, preserve and live Filipino culture and values, and deepen their Christian faith to emerge as role models in the society and in their faith-based community.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Apply key management concepts, principles, approaches, tools, and techniques in their line of engineering profession;
  • Demonstrate exemplary leadership in the engineering workplace and in relevant professional associations they join;
  • Take the lead or participate in formulating and implementing research projects which could lead to enhanced management of engineering-related processes;
  • Apply the values and positive attributes towards work which they gained as MM-EM graduates, and develop a new, progress-oriented work ethics as model executives and/or entrepreneurs of business organizations and enterprises;
  • Integrate the knowledge and skills acquired across various disciplines of engineering, business, and management, and work collaboratively with other executive officers and technical executives;
  • Adapt to the new and emerging tools for managing engineering processes both local and global; and
  • Teach or serve as resource persons/speakers in engineering management-related topics in higher education and other learning institutions.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of MM-EM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Critical and integrative thinking skills to solve engineering-related case problems;
  • Effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills;
  • Creative and Innovating thinking;
  • Insighting and research skills and capabilities;
  • Corporate leadership and management skills to be applied to multi-cultural organization environment;
  • Knowledge of high level management tools and methodologies; and
  • Positive attitude and Filipino, Dominican, and Christian-oriented values.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Apply key management concepts, principles, approaches, tools, and techniques in the performance of their work as public servant-manager in a government agency and/or institution, or a public enterprise;
  • Demonstrate exemplary leadership in the government/public enterprise and in relevant professional associations they join;
  • Take the lead or participate in formulating and implementing research projects and/or exploring cases in exemplary leadership and management practices which could lead to the development of new models and applications in public service management and promotion of good governance, in either local, national and subnational levels;
  • Apply the values and positive attributes towards work gained as MM-GM graduates, and cascade this professional work ethic in both the supervisory and operative (employee) levels of the organization;
  • Integrate the knowledge and skills acquired across various disciplines of general management, public administration, and government management, and work collaboratively with fellow public servants towards the effective management and delivery of public service to the citizens of their country;
  • Advocate for ethics in government management and participate and socially responsive projects that will transform the country to a higher level of recognition among developing and highly- developed nations; and
  • Teach and/or serve as resource persons/speakers in public administration and government management courses/topics in higher education institutions and other learning institutions.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of MM-GM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Critical and integrative thinking skills to solve public governance-related case problems;
  • Effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills;
  • Creative and Innovating thinking;
  • Insighting and research skills and capabilities;
  • Public sector leadership and management skills to be applied to multi-cultural organization environment;
  • Knowledge of high level management tools and methodologies; and
  • Positive attitude and Filipino, Dominican, and Christian-oriented values.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Apply key IT management concepts, principles, approaches, tools, techniques in the performance of their IT profession in an organization, or enterprise on a strategic and/or operational level;
  • Demonstrate exemplary leadership in information technology environment and in relevant professional associations they join;
  • Take the lead or participate in formulating and implementing research projects which could lead to the enhanced management of IT related processes;
  • Apply the values and positive attributes towards work gained as MM-ITM graduates, and develop a new, progress-oriented work ethics as model executives and IT professionals;
  • Integrate the knowledge and skills acquired across various disciplines of information technology entrepreneurship, business, and management, and work-collaboratively with other executives and technical officers;
  • Adapt to the new and emerging tools for managing information technology processes both local and global; and
  • Teach and serve as resource persons/ speakers in IT management-related topics in higher education, other learning institutions, and industry.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of MM-ITM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Critical and integrative thinking skills to solve IT management-related case problems;
  • Effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills;
  • Creative and Innovating thinking;
  • Insighting and research skills and capabilities;
  • Adaptability skills for multi-cultural organization environment;
  • Knowledge of high level IT management tools and methodologies; and
  • Positive attitude and Filipino, Dominican, and Christian-oriented values.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Apply key concepts, principles, approaches, tools, and techniques in human resource/people management in different types of business and/or public organizations;
  • Develop new models and applications in people management as it applies in different business industries;
  • Take the lead or participate in formulating and implementing research projects and/or exploring cases in human resource/people management which could lead to the development of new models and applications that can be adopted by both public and private organizations;
  • Master an array of leadership skills, ethical tools, and socially responsive projects that will contribute to the accomplishment of vision-mission and corporate goals of the organization
  • Apply the values and positive attributes towards work gained from the program and cascade this professional work ethic in all levels/sectors of the organization;
  • Adapt to the new and emerging tools for managing information technology processes both local and global; and
  • Integrate the knowledge and skills acquired across all sectors of the corporate, non-corporate, and entrepreneurial organizations for possible implementation, like the use of new people management technology, and the like;
  • Adapt to the new and emerging tools of management which provides a state-of-the art metric system in people management; and
  • Teach and/or serve as resource persons/speakers in human resource/people management courses/topics in higher education institutions and other learning institutions.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of MM-HRM/People Management program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Critical and integrative thinking skills to solve human resource-related case problems;
  • Effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills;
  • Creative and Innovating thinking;
  • Insighting and research skills and capabilities;
  • People management skills to be applied to multi-cultural organization environment;
  • Knowledge of high level human resource/people management tools and methodologies; and
  • Positive attitude and Filipino, Dominican, and Christian-oriented values.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Apply key concepts, principles, approaches, tools, and techniques in school management especially those that could add value to the school’s various stakeholders;
  • Plan, lead, and implement and build the capacity of their school/learning institution towards organization change and innovation;
  • Take the lead or participate in formulating and implementing research projects and/or exploring cases in school/educational management which could lead to the development of new models and applications that can be adopted by both public and private schools/learning institutions;
  • Apply the inherent humane values and positive attributes towards work gained as Masters in School Management, and cascade this work in the academia;
  • Integrate and apply the knowledge and skills acquired across all divisions, departments, sections and/or units of the school hierarchy, such as implementing school services improvement, strengthening community relations and managing projects which could lead to improving school performance; and
  • Adapt to the new and emerging tools of school management which provide a state-of-the art metric system in assessing and evaluating school performance.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of MM-SM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Critical and integrative thinking skills to solve human resource-related case problems;
  • Effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills;
  • Creative and Innovating thinking;
  • Insighting and research skills and capabilities;
  • School and educational management skills to be applied to multi-cultural organization environment;
  • Knowledge of high level school management tools and methodologies; and
  • Positive attitude and Filipino, Dominican, and Christian-oriented values.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to examine and analyze organization and management-related problems, issues and concerns following an interdisciplinary approach;
  • Perform the advanced managerial functions towards efficient, effective and ethical use of organization’s resources;
  • Lead and inspire the organization’s various stakeholders to achieve quality objectives and productive future;
  • Adapt to the new and cutting-edge tools and technologies for managing organization’s systems and services;
  • Explore on researchable areas in advanced management to contribute to its body of knowledge; and
  • Analyze and articulate organization and management-related cases and applications from local and global perspectives.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of PhDM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Strategic leadership and management competencies;
  • Global management skills;
  • Cross-functional and multi-dimensional analytical skills;
  • Theory construction and model-building skills;
  • Multi-cultural resilience;
  • Converging oral and written communication skills;
  • Critical inquiry skills; and
  • High degree of professionalism.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to examine and analyze people management-related problems, issues and concerns following an interdisciplinary approach;
  • Perform the advanced managerial functions towards efficient, effective and ethical use of organization’s resources;
  • Lead and inspire the organization’s various stakeholders to achieve quality objectives and productive future;
  • Adapt to the new and cutting-edge tools and technologies for managing organization’s human resource;
  • Explore on researchable areas in advanced people management to contribute to its body of knowledge; and
  • Analyze and articulate people management-related cases and applications from local and global perspectives.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of PhD-PM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Strategic leadership and people management competencies;
  • Global management skills;
  • Cross-functional and multi-dimensional analytical skills;
  • Theory construction and model-building skills;
  • Multi-cultural resilience;
  • Converging oral and written communication skills;
  • Critical inquiry skills; and
  • High degree of professionalism.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to examine and analyze school/learning institution-related problems, issues and concerns following an interdisciplinary approach;
  • Perform the advanced managerial functions towards efficient, effective and ethical use of school/learning institution’s resources;
  • Lead and inspire the school/learning institution’s various stakeholders to achieve quality objectives and productive future;
  • Adapt to the new and cutting-edge tools and technologies for managing school systems and services;
  • Explore on researchable areas in advanced school management to contribute to its body of knowledge; and
  • Analyze and articulate school/learning institution management cases and applications from local and global perspectives.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of PhD-SM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Strategic school leadership and management competencies;
  • Global people management skills;
  • Cross-functional and multi-dimensional analytical skills;
  • Theory construction and model-building skills;
  • Multi-cultural resilience;
  • Converging oral and written communication skills;
  • Critical inquiry skills; and
  • High degree of professionalism.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The program seeks to prepare the students to achieve the following educational objectives:

  • Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to examine and analyze information technology (IT) management-related problems, issues and concerns following an interdisciplinary approach;
  • Perform the advanced managerial functions towards efficient, effective and ethical use of organization’s resources;
  • Lead and inspire the organization’s various stakeholders to achieve quality objectives and productive future;
  • Adapt to the new and cutting-edge tools and technologies for managing organization’s information technology resources;
  • Explore on researchable areas in advanced IT management to contribute to its body of knowledge; and
  • Analyze and articulate IT- management-related cases and applications from local and global perspectives.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Graduates of PhD-ITM program are expected to have acquired the following:

  • Strategic leadership and IT management competencies;
  • Global IT management skills;
  • Cross-functional and multi-dimensional analytical skills;
  • Theory construction and model-building skills;
  • Multi-cultural resilience;
  • Converging oral and written communication skills;
  • Critical inquiry skills; and
  • High degree of professionalism.