Why spend a lot of your time in school when you can earn a degree in the cozy place of your home or office?
The Office of the University Distance Education Program (UDEP) of West Visayas State University (WVSU) is offering programs that suit to the lifestyle of an individual who can not be regularly present in attending classroom meetings. Dr. Ramon C. Cabag, Director of the University Distance Education bares that at present, programs being offered are the Diploma in Teaching and Master in School Management in collaboration with the College of Education and Ph.D. in Agriculture under the College of Agriculture and Forestry.
If enrolment will allow, the masters programs for Agriculture and Forestry will be offered also. The Diploma in Teaching (DIT) is a post baccalaureate accrediting program for non-education graduates who wanted to take the licensure examinations for teachers. Delivery of learning is by the use of modules and a tutor is assigned to each learner. The Master in School Management (MSM) is a graduate schoolwork program for aspiring administrators of an educational institution. A student can choose the non-thesis or the thesis stream. Both programs are offered in collaboration with the College of Education.
The Ph.D. in Agriculture program, offered in collaboration with the College of Agriculture & Forestry is also in the modular mode. For the second semester of AY 2008-2009, application for admission to the different programs starts October 13, 2008 until October 25, 2008 (with provision for extension). For details, please see or call, the Director, Office of the University Distance Education Program, WVSU, or Ms. Jennifer Regacho, Phone (033) 320-0870, local 105.
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