HISTORY

The Graduate Education of the Bulacan State University started in summer of 1977 when, as the Bulacan College of Arts and Trades, the institution, in response to the demand, began to offer the degree Master of Arts in teaching (MAT) with majors in academic and trade-technical courses under its Graduate Studies Unit.
In 1983, the Graduate Studies unit evolved into the Graduate School. The creation of the Graduate School paved a way for the gradual expansion of program offerings. The Doctor of Education in Educational Management has been offered since 1990. The MAT program was replaced with the Master of Arts in Education with more areas of specialization. In 1995, the Master of Public Administration, Doctor of Public Administration and Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management were added to the Graduate School Programs.
The Graduate School is a member of Philippine Association for Graduate Education in Region III (PAGE III) and the Graduate Education Association of Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines in Region III (GEACCUP III). It is working toward level 3 accreditation by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP).


VISION

A recognized leader for excellence in instruction, research and extension services, a key player in the education and formation of professionally competent, service oriented, and productive citizens, and a prime mover of the nationís sustainable socioeconomic growth and development.

MISSION

To provide the higher professional, technical, and special instruction for special purposes and promote research and extension services, advanced studies and progressive leadership in agriculture, commerce, education, fishery, forestry, engineering, arts and sciences, law, medicine, public administration, industrial technology and other fields as may be relevant.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

  • To offer relevant graduate education programs responsive to local and global development challenges.
  • To contribute to the advancement of human knowledge through the conduct of academic research studies.
  • To promote outreach and public service activities that will improve the quality of life of people in the service area.
  • To pursue relevance and strengthen graduate degree programs through accreditation and linkages with the other local/international institutions, alumni, public and non-government organizations.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Dean's Office: 919-7800 local

College Secretary: 919-7800 local


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