CAE holds stakeholder’s consultation on revised graduate curricula
The College of Advanced Education (CAE) of the Ifugao State University (IFSU) convened with experts from the Department of Education, Philippine National Police, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Internal Local Government Unit, alumni, faculty, and students to present and consult with them the proposed revisions and reforms on the graduate school curricula on March 11, 2021 at IFSU – Lamut Campus.
Said activity aims to contribute to the overarching goal of conforming with the requirements of the Commission of Higher Education (CHED) and global standards of quality education.
University President Dr. Eva Marie Codamon-Dugyon as represented by Dr. Napoleon K. Taguiling, Main Campus Executive Director, lauded the participants for their willingness to share their expertise in enhancing our curricular offering and research thrusts.
Meanwhile, Dr. Ivan D. Baguilat, Dean for the CAE, stressed the importance of the research and curriculum which are the cornerstones of the academe.
“Being a university, our research program must be established in a way that it would really address the needs of our society that spans from local to international communities,” remarked Dr. Baguilat.
Dr. Baguilat also expressed his gratitude to the chairpersons of the various programs of the CAE for their hard work and contributions to the proposed revised program.
Stakeholders' comments and suggestions will be compiled and espoused in the curricula. The final draft will be subjected to approval by the Board of Regents before these are adopted in the graduate school offerings.
Said activity was realized through funding from the College of Distance Education and Transnational Education (CODETE).