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Ph.D in Educational Management MA in Mathematics Education
Ph.D in Community Development Master in Business Administration
Ph.D in Agricultural Extension Master of Management (Non-thesis)
Doctor in Arts in Language & Literature Public Management
Doctors in Arts in Language Teaching Educational Management
Doctors in Business Administration Business Management
Doctors in Public Administration Master of Management in Agribusiness
MA in Education major in: Management
Administration & Supervision Master of Public Administration
Guidance & Counseling Master in Fiscal Administration
Physical Education MS in Agricultural Extension
MAED Filipino (Language & Literature) MS in Agricultural Education
MAED Filipino (Language Teaching) MS in Agronomy
MA in Language & Literature (English Stream) MS in Animal Science major in Animal Nutrition
MA in Language Teaching (English) MS in Civil Engineering major in Water Resources
MA in Language Teaching (Filipino) MS in Biology Education
MA in Nursing MS in Biological Science
MA in Teaching MS in Chemistry
Elementary Education MS in Community Development
Mathematics MS in Economics
Social Studies MS in Environmental Studies
MS in Physics
1. Possession of an appropriate Bachelor’s degree.
2. Grade requirements:
a. Those with general weighted average grade of 2.0 or better shall be granted regular admission and shall be allowed to prepare their program of study.
b. Those with general weighted average grade of 2.01 to 2.50 shall be granted probationary admission and may later be granted regular admission after they have earned 9 credits units with the weighted average grade of 2.0 or better i the graduate courses in the University of Eastern Philippines.
c. Those with general weighted average grad lower than 2.50 may likewise be admitted on probation if in the judgment of the Graduate Committee of the University of Eastern Philippines they have potentials for graduate work, their undergraduate records notwithstanding. In such case-to-case basis, the student under category (b) above. Provided that in no case will those having general weighted average grade lower than 2.75 be admitted to the graduate studies.
3. Admission Procedure
a. Application for admission to the Graduate School shall be sent to the Dean of the Graduate School.
b. Every application must be accompanied by a complete transcript of records or certification of grades for undergraduates and graduate credits. In addition, transferees must present their honorable dismissal.
1. All requirements for the masters degree must be completed with five calendar years from the time of approval of the program of study.
2. The Normal load semester shall be 12 units and 6 units for a summer time.
A student who obtains a weighted average of lower than 2.0 during the term in his regular graduate course shall be disqualified from pursuing further his studies. Any course with a grade lower than 2.5 will not be credited for the graduate program. In such case the student, after approval by the Graduate Committee on recommendation of the major adviser and the Dean shall take another equivalent number of credit units.
The student must take and pass a comprehensive examination in courses prescribed in his program of study. In such examination the student must obtain a unanimous vote from all the members of his examination panel designated by the Dean in order to qualify for the final examination. A student who fails this examination may be given one re-examination. In no case should a second re-examination be given.
The panel shall submit to the Dean of the Graduate School a report on the result within two weeks after the examination.
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Bachelor of Laws
Students seeking admission to the UEP College of Law should have completed in a recognized college or university, the course of study prescribe therein for a Bachelor’s degree in arts and sciences with any of the following subjects as major field of concentration namely: Business Administration, Political Science, Spanish, History, Philosophy, Commerce or Accountancy or Criminology.
Students with degrees other than the above-enumerated will also be admitted provided they have earned minimum units in the following subject:
English - 18 units
Mathematics - 6 units
Social Science - 18 units
Any holder of an AB degree with deficiencies of at least 9 units in the aforementioned subjects may be admitted provided he/she has the basic degree and provided further than the 9-unit deficiencies shall be taken during the first curriculum year while in the College of Law.
To determine the applicant’s scholastic qualifications, he is required to take a Law Admission Test (LAT) passing such examination is a requirement to his admission.
The applicant, after passing the LAT, shall likewise pass an oral interview to be conducted by a panel to be composed of faculty members selected by the Dean. The panel shall recommend whatever the applicant has the potential of becoming a lawyer.
In addition to the above, the applicant shall:
1. Submit Transcript of Records and/or Diploma
2. Medical Certificate of his/her fitness to study law
3. Honorable dismissal/Transfer Credential
It is the declared policy of the University that the College of Law shall live up to its purpose by producing only graduates deserving to pass the Bar Examinations and becoming worthy members of the legal profession. This purpose can be attained by carrying out a strict retention policy. Pursuant thereto, students in the College of Law who will incur three (3) failing grades in the three (3) Bar subjects during the first three years in the College, shall be disqualified to further pursue their course.
The College of Law will not admit students from other law schools into the third and fourth years, except on individual cases as may be determined by the Dean, after conducting battery tests. This is intended to protect the college from being used as a jumping ground for the Bar students who have no good foundation in lower years.
Admission of students, who are also enrolled in other courses in the University such as courses in the Graduate School, will not be allowed except in extremely meritorious cases. It was shown that effectiveness of law students who are pre-occupied with other subjects/courses is affected.
Attendance is one of the most important obligations of a law student. A student is allowed only a maximum of absences equivalent to 15% of the required class hours, to be counted from the first day of classes. Late enrollees shall stand to suffer from this policy.
It is expected that law students must at all times adhere strictly to the rules and regulations of the University. Failure to live up to this behavior will put to serious doubt his personality to become member of the Bar.
As such the College will initiate disciplinary actions of suspension, dismissal or expulsion or denial or enrolment for acts considered unbecoming as a future lawyer. Going and entering classes while under influence of liquor is strictly prohibited. Cheating during examinations, disrespect to professor and other University officials, misinterpretation are some serious grounds for disciplinary actions.
Passing score in all examination is 75. Completion examination is discouraged and may be allowed in exceptional cases. If the professor believes that the student deserves a grade of 5.00 (failure), he shall be given that grade. There shall be only one removal examination. If the student fails again, he shall be given a failing grade. Removal examination shall be taken within one year from the semester the INC. grade was occurred.
The conduct of examinations has to be made with serious objectivity to determine the fitness of the student to proceed to another year or subject. Discipline should be imposed strictly. Examination shall be conducted periodically to assess and evaluate the students’ performance.
Special examination is not allowed unless the ground relied upon by the student in failing to take the regular schedule is meritorious, to be evaluated upon presentation of evidence or proof thereof.
It is the policy of the University that the College of Law shall at all times maintains a high standard of instruction. It encourages the members of the Law faculty to use the tested and combined methods of the Socratic style of recitation, lecture supplemented by Case Study method. Strict objectivity in passing and failing students must be observed with the end in view of seeing to it that only those who are qualified shall graduate and take the Bar examinations.
Each professor is enjoined to emphasize the ethical element of the laws in his subject/s.
Legal Aid Clinic and Apprenticeship
The University established a Legal Ai Clinic to be administered by fourth year law students. The Clinic is under the supervision of the Dean, and if available, by a regular member of the faculty, who shall be the Director. The College of Law shall formulate plans and schedule for the apprenticeship or practicum of students. Students undergoing apprenticeship will be assigned by the Legal Aid Clinic to different lawyers, law offices, agencies and NGO’s under the supervision of a law professor.
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BS in Agriculture BS in Agricultural Extension
BS in Agricultural Engineering (Water Resources) BS in Agricultural Technology
BS in Agricultural Eng’g Technology BS in Fisheries
BS in Agribusiness BS in Forestry
BS in Agricultural Education
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Bachelor of Arts major in:
Literature and Language Teaching
Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Communication
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
Bachelor of Science in Development Communication
Bachelor of Science in Community Development
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
Associate in Arts
The college also provides General Education Program on languages, social sciences, and physical education and other CHED-mandated general education course.
The CAC conducts evaluation and interview of students as screening measures for admission to the College.
The following are the important documents to be presented:
1. OLSAT percentile rank result
2. English Placement Test Result
3. Form 138 (High School Card)
4. Copy of Grades (for transferees/shifters from other colleges)
5. Certificate of Good Moral Character
T he student must be officially enrolled in order to receive credit for a course work. Unless approved by the College Dean, a student must maintain at least two third (2/3) of the regular semestral load.
Aside from the specified registration period, a student may enroll and be admitted in accordance with the reasonable rules of the school for late enrolment but which in no case shall exceed two weeks after the opening of classes. After he two-week period, no further enrolment shall be allowed.
Unless more strict rules have been promulgated and applied in the College, the following shall apply:
1. Old students except those in the senior year, with failures corresponding to nine (9) units shall not be readmitted in the succeeding semesters, the same rule shall apply to students who, not taking the regular full load, incur failures equivalent to one-half of the load carried in the preceding semester.
2. First year student who in the first semester incur failures corresponding to nine (9) or more units or equivalent to one-half of their load shall be allowed to enroll on probation with conditions se forth in writing in the second semester in subjects authorized by the Dean.
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Bachelor of Elementary Education
Bachelor of Secondary Education
BS in Home Economics
BS in Industrial Education
Bachelor of Technician Teacher Education
BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management
Admission of Incoming Freshmen
A. For Teacher Education Applicants
1. Has obtained a general average of at least 85% in the government-recognized school where he/she graduated
2. Belongs to the upper 50% of the graduating class;
3. Has obtain a percentile rank of at least 55% in the Otis-Lennon Scholastic Ability Test (OLSAT) administered by the University Guidance and Testing Center
4. Passed the interview conducted by the College Guidance Counselor
5. Has good moral character
B. For BSHRM Applicants
1. belongs to the upper 50% of the graduating class
2. At least 5’2’’ in height
3. Obtained a percentile rank of at least 50% in the OLSAT
4. Passed the interview conducted by the Screening Committee
5. Has good moral character
Admission of Transferees/Shifters
A transferee student/shifter may be admitted, provided that:
1. The college shall have received the student’s transcript of records or informative copy of grades from the institution/college s/he attended.
2. s/he must have obtained an average grade of 2.5 or its equivalent or better for all the collegiate academic units s/he has earned outside the University/College
3. Must have obtained an average grade of 2.5 or better.
4. Must have to complete in the University no less than 50% of the units required for his/her course.
Selective Retention Scheme
A teacher education student will be culled out from the roster of regular student if s/he does not meet the following:
1. A weighted average of 2.5 per semester beginning with the second semester of the freshman year and before admission to the second curriculum year up to the second semester of the junior year.
2. A grade of 2.5 or better in all major subjects.
3. A qualifying examination to be administered during the second semester of the freshman year as a requirement for admission to the second curriculum year.
A student who gets three failures will be automatically culled out from the college.
BS in Civil Engineering
BS in Electrical Engineering
BS in Mechanical Engineering
BS in Computer Technology
Bachelor of Technology major in:
Architectural Drafting Technology
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COLLEGE OF NURSING
Curricular Offerings: (Policies-see UEP Resolution-BOR Actions, 1998 middle part)
BS in Nursing
BS in Biology
BS in Environmental Science
BS in Chemistry
BS in Information Technology
BS in Marine Biology
BS in Mathematics
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
BS in Meat Technology