THE GRADUATE SCHOOL

The Graduate School of Wesleyan University-Philippines is the highest offering of the University to forward-looking and growth-seeking students who aim at continuing professional competence and personal development for progressive self-actualization.

The Graduate School has the following general objectives: to facilitate efforts towards personal and professional development and enhance moral and spiritual vigor in the development of the total person, and to extend the frontiers of knowledge through research to attain academic excellence and leadership in the fields of education, science, business administration and nursing education.

The Graduate Programs and their objectives:

  • Doctor of Education (EdD) and Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration (PhD BA)
  1. To develop school and business administrators and teachers who are innovative, scholarly, imbued with a missionary spirit, and with a deep sense of community involvement;
  2. To develop individuals with a high sense of professionalism and professional competence;
  3. To develop strong professional leaders who would participate and lead in the implementation of the country’s educational and economic programs to help attain national development goals and objectives; and
  4. To develop professionals who are instilled with Christian values.
  • Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) and Master of Arts (MA)
  1. To facilitate teachers’ and sociology practitioners’ efforts towards personal and professional enhancement for effective teaching/practice by added specializations in specific chosen fields;
  2. To reinforce special abilities and aptitudes in the field of guidance to foster the role of teamwork;
  3. To guide special abilities of leadership in the field of educational management and sociology for progressive innovations;
  4. To foster abilities for creative research in the broad sphere and education and social development that may facilitate and enrich the teaching –learning processes;
  5. To motivate the learners to direct activities and participate in the programs of the government and commit themselves to meaningful roles in the achievement of the national goals;
  6. To equip students with the tools for meaningful research aimed at the improvement of the quality of life among the populace; and
  7. To instill in them Christian values that may pervade their life as professionals.

 

  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)
  1. To provide the graduate student with an opportunity to fill in the gaps in his/her basic knowledge of the fundamental areas of business; systematize, and put to order the various management concepts, skills and tools which he has acquired through experience and self-study;
  2. To enable the student to go through a graduate program that provides opportunities for independent study and research, in-depth seminars, and comprehensive and extensive inquiry into advanced business topics;
  3. To sharpen the student’s analytical ability and decision making skills;
  4. To help the graduate student achieve an insight into and make a personal synthesis of expanding body of knowledge about management concepts, techniques, and skills;
  5. To provide an opportunity for free exchange of concepts and ideas with other administrators and professionals;
  6. To provide students with a greater understanding of the political, economic, social and spiritual forces that affect business and national development; and
  7. To instill in the students Christian values that may pervade their life as professionals

 

  • Master of Arts in Nursing (MAN)
  1. To facilitate nursing teachers’ efforts towards personal and professional enhancement for effective teaching in the field of nursing;
  2. To reinforce special abilities and aptitudes in the field of nursing to be able to render better nursing services to patients;
  3. To guide special abilities of leadership in the field of nursing management for progressive innovations needed to pervade the total democratic nursing education/ practice;
  4. To foster abilities in creative research in the broad sphere of nursing education that may facilitate the teaching-learning processes;
  5. To motivate the students to direct activities towards and participate in the nursing programs of the government and to commit themselves to meaningful roles in the achievement of national goals;
  6. To equip graduate students with the tools for meaningful nursing research aimed at the improvement of the quality of human life; and
  7. To instill in them Christian values that may pervade their life as professional.

 

  • Master in Criminal justice Education (MCJE)
  1. To develop and demonstrate a sound understanding of criminological theory and the criminal justice system.
  2. To address different dimensions of human behavior.
  3. To increase knowledge of criminal justice policies that are based on a combination of cultural elements, specialized skills, laws and social practices that determine behavior of a potentially criminal nature and the kind of response society can or should adopt.
  4. To gain reinforced applied discipline examining various forms of intervention for the resolution of diverse crime-justice-related problems.
  5. To prepared for a wide and full-toned variety of occupations including college teaching, research position, and industry practice.