1. Students are required to take the qualifying examination before being admitted in any graduate program.
2. For admission to the master’s degree program, only students who graduated from baccalaureate level with at least an average rating of “2.2” or its equivalent will be deemed eligible for admission, For admission to the doctoral program, only students who are holders of master’s degree with at least an average rating of 2.0 or its equivalent will be eligible for admission. Students whose average rating is below the requirement may be provisionally admitted to a non-degree program in the master’s level and after the completion of at least 18 academic units with an average rating of 1.7, may be admitted in the degree program, subject to the approval of the Dean.
3. Applicants for admission to the master’s degree and doctoral programs shall be required to have the proper and corresponding undergraduate and graduate academic background, respectively, to qualify for admission. Applicants with no related academic background shall be required to take additional 12 academic units in relevant professional courses in the undergraduate program and 12 units of professional courses in the master’s program for admission to the master’s and doctoral degree programs respectively.
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