Graduate School
 
Programs
 
Doctor in Business Administration

General Overview

The Doctor in Business Administration program is intended for professionals and practitioners in the field of business management, and school administrators, as well as for professors who have ardent aspirations to pursue career advancement in related areas of expertise. In this program, a masters degree in any course is required.

Program Objectives

  • Equip the graduate students ability to become effective and efficient managers in both public and private sectors;
  • Develop well-rounded graduates responsive to the needs of society both in the academe and industry;
  • Develop among students the techniques in problem solving and critical thinking in all domains of business management networks both local and global;
  • Provide students with keen understanding of the economic, social, political strata within environment in which the managers operate; and
  • Contribute significant research outputs for policy formulation, attitude and value formation, and other facets of development needed by the industry and related fields.
 
Master of Arts in Business Administration

General Overview

In the light of the philosophy and objectives of Olivarez College, the Master of Arts in Education major in Business Administration program aims to:

Program Objectives

  • Strengthen the skills of graduate students in terms of counseling, understanding human behavior and helping students in making positive adjustments in life to prepare them to become productive citizens of the country;
  • Enhance competencies through research relative to the latest trends, new technology and the changing societal roles and expectations;
  • Produce competent and dedicated guidance helpers committed to the philosophy and objectives of the Olivarian Education, thus becoming more responsive in carrying out the effective and positive management of human and physical resources; and,
  • Extend guidance services and program not only to the Olivarian community but also to the larger community.
 
Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management

General Overview

In the light of the philosophy and objectives of Olivarez College, the Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management program aims to:

Program Objectives

  • Strengthen the skills of the school administration and gain a wider understanding of the processes of school management within the context of a developing society;
  • Strengthen competencies through extensive research;
  • Produce competent leaders committed to the philosophy and objectives of the Olivarian Education, thus becoming more responsive to the challenges of socially transforming education;
  • Extend servies not only to the Olivarian community but also to the larger community.
Curriculum
 
Master of Arts in Education major in Guidance and Counseling

General Overview

In the light of the philosophy and objectives of Olivarez College, the Master of Arts in Education major in Guidance and Counseling programs aims to:

Program Objectives

  • Strengthen the skills of graduate students in terms of counseling, understanding human behavior and helping students in making positive adjustments in life to prepare them to become productive citizens of the country;
  • Enhance competencies through research relative to the latest trends, new technology and the changing societal roles and expectations;
  • Produce competent and dedicated guidance helpers committed to the philosophy and objectives of the Olivarian Education, thus becoming more responsive in carrying out the effective and positive management of human and physical resources; and,
  • Extend guidance services and program not only to the Olivarian community but also to the larger community
Curriculum
 
Master of Arts in Public Administration
 
Admission Requirements

In general only applicants who in addition to the required educational attainment meet the level of academic achievement that implies a developed ability for advanced study will be admitted to the Graduate School of Olivarez College. Applicants for admission to the Graduate School must comply with the requirements of the said programs.

New Students and Transferees:

  1. Certification of Grades (original copy)
  2. Honorable Dismissal (original and photocopy)
  3. Two (2) photocopies of NSO Birth Certificates
  4. Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (for female, if married)
  5. Two (2) pcs. 2×2 ID pictures
  6. Passed the entrance examination interview
  7. Two (2) pcs. Long folders

Foreign Students:

  1. Academic documents authenticated by the Philippine Embassy and/or Consulate Official, located in the student’s country of origin with English translation, if written in other foreign language
  2. Student’s Personal History Statement
  3. Photocopy of student’s passport showing its bio-page, latest arrival and authorized stay in the Philippines
  4. Original and photocopy of Medical Certificate issued by the Bureau of Quarantine
  5. National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) Clearance
  6. Bureau of Immigration Clearance Certificate
  7. Authorized letter of Bureau of Immigration
  8. Two (2) photocopies of NSO birth Certificate
  9. Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (for female, if married)
  10. Two (2) pcs. 2×2 ID pictures
  11. Two (2) pcs. Long folders
 
Enrollment Procedure

New Student and Transferees

  1. Consult the Office of the Graduate School for admission requirements.
  2. Pay the entrance examination fee at the Accounting Office.
  3. Proceed to the Guidance and Testing Office for entrance examination and wait for the release of the entrance result and the interview with the Dean of the Graduate School.
  4. Get the Registration from the Office of the Graduate School. Complete the forms with your scheduled classes approved by the Dean of the Graduate School.
  5. Proceed to the Accounting Office for the Assessment and payment of fees.
  6. Present your Official Receipt and Registration Card at the Office of the Graduate School for tallying of your subjects.
  7. Proceed to the Registrar’s Office to get the “Admission Slip”

Old Student

  1. Secure “Clearance Form” from the Registrar’s Office.
  2. Secure the “Registration Form” from the Dean of the Graduate School.
  3. Secure the approval of the “Registration Form” from the Dean of the Graduate School.
  4. Proceed to the Accounting Office for assessment and payment of school fees.
  5. Secure “Admission Slip” from the Office of the Registrar.
 
Fees and Payment

Fees and Financial Transactions

All payments should be transacted directly in the Accounting Office. Updated schemes of tuition fees are posted on the bulletin board of the Graduate School and the Accounting Office.

Students who pay in check but is returned by the bank for whatever reason will automatically be deleted from the enrollment list unless, upon receipt of notice from the Office of the Graduate School, they immediately settle their account with the Accounting Office.

Withdrawal and Refund

Claims for refund are made according to the following provision in the Manual of Regulations of Private Schools: A student with transfers or otherwise withdrawals in writing within two weeks after the beginning of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full, or for any length of time beyond one month may be charged ten percent (10%) of the total amount due for the semester if he withdraws within the first week of classes, or twenty percent (20%) if within the second week of classes, regardless of whether or not he has actually attended classes. The student may be charged all the school fees in full if he withdraws anytime after the second week of classes.

“When a student registers in a school, it is understood that he is enrolling for the entire school year for elementary and secondary course and for the entire semester for collegiate courses” (Article XIII, Section 62 of the Manual of Regulation for Private Schools).

A student who transfers or otherwise withdraws in writing within two weeks after the beginning of classes and who has already paid the pertinent tuition and other school fees in full, or any length longer one month may be charged ten percent (10%) amount due for the term if he withdraws within the first week of classes or twenty percent (20%) if within the second week of classes, regardless of whether or not he has actually attended classes. The student may be charged all the school fees in full if he withdraws anytime after the second week of classes (Article XIII, Section 66 of the Manual of Regulation for Private Schools).

Financial Delinquency

The College shall have the right to withhold report of grades, transcript of record and diploma of graduation of any student who is financially delinquent or against whom the College holds a record of indebtedness until such indebtedness is paid. A student who is financially delinquent at the close of a semester will not be permitted to register for a succeeding semester unless his account is settled.

 
 
 
 
 
           
 
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