If the student has not taken undergraduate
courses in a field of specialization, he is required to take eighteen (18)
units of qualifying courses to be determined by the Academic Program
Chairperson unless otherwise specified in the curriculum;
The student may take more than the prescribed units in any distribution
in the curriculum to meet his career objective and professional needs;
Free electives may be chosen from among the courses offered which are
outside the required subjects in the studentâ€™s curriculum;
If the student has completed courses substantially equivalent to the
required courses, he may waive the latter by application to the Dean.
The Master in Physical Education and Sports
(MPES) is a program tailored to the needs of graduates in education and
related areas to have appropriate competencies in physical education and
sports for professional and leadership positions in various settings.
The Master in Physical Education and Sports envisions to
competitively prepare its graduates for roles in administrative leadership
positions in physical education and sports in a variety of settings,
including private business, professional and college athletics,
administration in higher education, research, and community services.
The programâ€™s mission is to produce graduates for work
in the sports industry, as well as in schools and colleges as teachers,
coaches, administrators, and good servants of the community.
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