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Tuesday August 7, 2018

To orient the students and faculty on the new directions and policies of the Graduate School, Bicol University’s Graduate School (BUGS) conducted th...

Friday June 22, 2018

In celebration of the birth of the university in 1969, Bicol University held its 49th annual Charter Day celebration this June 21 at the BRFICC Amphit...

Monday April 16, 2018

A total of 8,502 students were given their diplomas as this year’s official graduates of Bicol University, culminating their years of ac...

Monday April 2, 2018

President Arnulfo Mascariñas met last March 2, 2018 with the university registrar, the respective college registrars and ICTO personnel in prep...

Monday March 26, 2018

To showcase the best student researches cutting across the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels, the Bicol University Research and Development M...

Wednesday January 10, 2018

To welcome the year 2018 with new priorities and direction, the Bicol University conducted the Opening Meeting at La Roca Veranda Suite, Legazpi City ...

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About Us

HISTORY

The Bicol University was created on June 21, 1969 by virtue of RA 5521 to give professional and technical training and provide advanced and specialized instruction in literature, philosophy, science and arts, besides providing for the promotion of scientific and technological researches. Section 6 (e) of RA 5521 also requires the Board of Regents to immediately establish a post-graduate course in liberal arts and sciences or in education leading to a master's degree.

Operating in the spirit of its charter, BU organized its Graduate School in 1971 through 
BOR Resolution No. 38, series of 1971. It also opened its first graduate program leading to Master of Arts in Education by virtue of BOR Resolution No. 39, series of 1971. Thus, on June 1971, the BUGS welcomed its first batch of 473 graduate students (1971-72 Annual Report).

In pursuit of its mandate, the Graduate School offers programs and spearheads projects that are in accordance with its institutional objectives. Initially offering three master's programs during its inception, the Graduate School has now seven (7) doctoral programs, 34 master's programs, and 24 diploma programs. Enrolment at the Graduate School has also increased substantially as well as the number of graduates during its more than three decades of existence.

The Graduate School is headed by a Dean and is assisted by a Dean and is assisted by a College Secretary. With the passage of BOR Resolution No. 42 in 1999, almost half of the graduate programs were decentralized to selected units with in-house capability. The BOR resolution redefined the role of the Graduate School according to policy framework where it will institute and administer the programs while receiving units will implement, supervise, and coordinate the decentralized graduate programs.

BICOL UNIVERSITY

VISION

A world-class University producing leaders and change agents for social transformation and development.

MISSION

The Bicol University shall give professional and technical training and provide advanced and specialized instruction in literature, philosophy, the sciences and arts, besides providing for the promotion of scientific and technological researches. (RA 5521, SEC. 3.0)

GRADUATE SCHOOL

GOALS

  1.    To promote the highest degree of efficiency and effectiveness in the administration & management of the Graduate School for excellent discharge of its mandated functions in accordance with the quality assurance frameworks of AACCUP, CHED, IQUAME and other institutions;
  2. To develop world-class leaders imbued with the philosophy of servant leadership and the BU ideals of scholarship, leadership, character and service through high-quality, relevant and responsive curricular programs which meet national and international standards of quality and excellence by way of conventional and alternative educational program delivery systems;
  3. To generate useful knowledge and technology geared for regional and national development through a dynamic research culture;
  4. To foster national identity and solidarity through the promotion, preservation and dissemination of our cultural heritage;
  5. To improve the quality of life of people in the region through the conduct of extension activities that promote the application of existing and new knowledge and technology;
  6. To ensure organizational sustainability through the pursuit of productive endeavors for resource-generation via a strong collaboration with alumni, industry and other stakeholders; and
  7. To establish institutional internationalization through strong linkages with foreign institutions.

QUALITY POLICY

Bicol University commits to continually strive for excellence in instruction, research, and extension by meeting the highest level of clientele satisfaction and adhering to quality standards.

Basic Statistics of the College

 School Year

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Summer

SY 2010-2011

1602

1445

974

SY 2011-2012

1507

1351

834

SY 2012-2013

1587

1551

1147

SY 2013-2014

1825

1569

1307

SY 2014-2015

1977

1840

1182

SY 2015-2016

1910

1862

1284

SY 2016-2017

2134

1991

1287

SY 2017-2018

2587

 

 

 



Degree Programs

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  1. Advanced level of theoretical and practical knowledge and competence in educational foundations;
  2. Capability to undertake advanced independent research in an area of specialization in education, meaningful problem and hypotheses, gather and analyze data, and communicate the results and theoretical and practical implications of the research to diverse audiences;
  3. Expertise in designing educational programs and systems to improve educational practice; and
  4. Social consciousness, concern for aesthetic and cultural heritage, and a deep resolve to promote sustainable development through research-based policy actions and advocacy.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  1. Expert level of theoretical knowledge in Mathematical Education;
  2. Competence and motivation to draw from expert level knowledge to understand and solve different problems related to Mathematical Education; and
  3. Competence to undertake advanced independent research in Mathematics education, including the ability to pose theoretically meaningful problem and hypotheses, gather and analyze data.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

The program is specifically designed to produce graduates who can:

  1. Identify the local development debacle through an articulation of the various propositions and praxis, normally dormant and unassembled, as an integrated body of knowledge;
  2. Evolve a research agenda and undertake the same through the formulation of  theories, concepts and constructs responsive to the identified development debacle, towards a continuing generation of new knowledge for the benefit of mankind;
  3. Provide an academic environment for the germination of research-based solutions to development problems, issues and concerns;
  4. Espouse and  share the beneficial results of validated knowledge and methodologies, constructs and models to the community it serves by making possible the replication and adaptation of suitable development models and initiatives; and
  5. Contribute to the production of intellectual property through scholarly and creative works, consultancy and training development inventions.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN PEACE & SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide clientele with advance knowledge, both theoretical and practical, on the central issues of peace and security;
  2. To provide advanced training in Peace and Security research;
  3. To develop the capabilities of top-level management persons for decision-making and in the administration of peace and security; and
  4. To provide a venue for advanced dialogue along the central issues and themes of peace and security.

MASTER OF ARTS IN PEACE & SECURITY STUDIES

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  1. To provide clientele with advance knowledge, both theoretical and practical, on the central issues of peace and security;
  2. To produce and develop the capabilities of middle and lower management people for transformative leadership, conflict resolution, and for the administration of peace and security;
  3. To develop human persons who will take the lead in their respective organizations in the promotion of peace and security through the practice of their professions, imbued with a high sense of ethical standards; and
  4. To produce and develop leaders who will contribute, by their leadership, professional capabilities, and practice of high ethical standards to bear out in the progress of the Philippine peace process.

MASTER OF ARTS IN LITERATURE

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  1. To further the graduate student's knowledge and understanding of literature as the aesthetic expression of humanity's manifold experiences, ideas & ideals, sentiments & emotions, beliefs, customs and traditions.
  2. To evoke empathy of graduate students through exposure to various literatures of the world throughout the ages.
  3. To instill and inspire cultural pride and appreciation through rediscovery and exposure to national, local and indigenous literature.
  4. To Equip the graduate students with the ability to teach and pass on knowledge and expertise in literature.
  5. To develop the graduate student's skill in producing literary texts, creative works and researches.

MASTER OF ARTS IN NURSING

 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

It generally aims to strengthen the professional competencies of the nurses. Specifically, it strives to produce post-graduate nurses who will:

  1. Apply the nursing process and nursing theories in the promotion of health, prevention of illness, restoration of health, alleviation of sufferings of an individual, family and community;
  2. Practice evidence-based nursing care to clients;
  3. Show responsible leadership and social responsiveness in varied setting;
  4. Actively initiate and involve in researches and extension services;
  5. Engage continuously in enhancing personal and professional growth;
  6. Contribute new knowledge in the development of curriculum in nursing education; and
  7. Possess a caring attitude towards nursing practice.

PAMANTASAN NG BIKOL

BISYON

Isang pandaigdigang pamantasan na lilinang ng mga lider at kinatawan ng pagbabago para sa panlipunang transpormasyon  at pag-unlad.

MISYON

Ang pinagtibay na misyon na nakasaad sa Atas Republika Blg. 5521 ay upang “makapagbigay ng propesyunal at teknikal na pagsasanay at magbigay ng makabago at pandalubhasang pagtuturo sa literatura, pilosopiya, agham at sining, at sa pagkakaroon ng pagpapaangat ng maka-agham at panteknolohiyang pananaliksik. (Sec. 3)”

PAARALANG GRADWADO

TUNGUHIN

1.  Itaguyod ang napakahusay at epektibong pangangasiwa at pamamahala ng Paaralang Gradwado tungo sa matagumpay na pagsasakatuparan ng mga tungkulin alinsunod sa itinakdang pamantayan ng AACCUP, CHED, IQUAME at iba pang institusyon;

2. Humubog ng mga kinikilalang pinuno na may pilosopiyang makapaglingkod at nagtataglay ng mga simulain ng Pamantasan ng Bikol - karunungan, pamiminuno, kagandahang-asal at paglilingkod sa pamamagitan ng mga programang pangkurikulum na may kalidad na naaayon at tumutugon sa pambansa at pandaigdigang pamantayan ng kahusayan gamit ang mga kumbensyonal at alternatibong sistemang edukasyonal.

3.  Lumikha ng mga kaalaman at teknolohiyang kapakipakinabang sa panrehiyon at pambansang pang –unlad sa pamamagitan ng dinamikong pananaliksik.

4. Isulong ang pambansang pagkakakilanlan at pagkakaisa sa pamamagitan ng pagpapaunlad, pangangalaga at pagpapalaganap ng pamanang kultural.

5.  Mapabuti   ang   uri ng   pamumuhay sa rehiyon sa  pamamagitan ng mga    

     ekstensyon ng mga umiiral na   gawain  na   nagtataguyod sa pamamagitan ng   

     umiiral na makabagong kaalaman at teknolohiya;

6.  Patatagin ang samahan sa pamamagitan ng produktibong gawain sa pakikipag- 

     ugnayan at alumni, industriya at iba pang  stakeholder.

7.  Isulong ang internasyonalisayon ng pamantasan sa pamamagitan ng matatag na  

     pakikipag-ugnayan sa mga dayuhang institusyon.

DOKTOR NG PILOSOPIYA SA FILIPINO

LAYUNIN NG PROGRAMA

Sa kontekstong ito kaya't ipinapanukala ang Paaralang Gradwado ang pagkakataon ng panukalang rebisyon sa kurikulum para sa Doktor ng Pilosopiya sa Filipino ay layunin ang mga sumusunod:

1. Mapataas ang kakayahan ng mga gurong nagtuturo ng Filipino sa   iba't ibang antas ng Edukasyon.

2. Mapaunlad ang kaalaman sa pagtuturo ng Filipino sa pamamagitan ng pananaliksik at mga gawaing pampamayanan.

3. Maihanda ang mga guro sa responsableng pamiminunong akademiko at di-akademikong gawain kaugnay ng Filipino.

4. Magkakaroon ng malalim at mapanuring pakikipagtalakayan at pananaliksik sa mga paksang magsisilbing batayan sa pagbabalak ng mga patakarang pangwika sa mabisang paggamit ng Filipino bilang midyum ng pagtuturo at wika sa opisyunal na komunikasyon.

 MASTER SA FILIPINO

 

LAYUNIN NG PROGRAMA

  1. Nagkakaroon ng malawak na kaalaman at pag-unawa sa nilalaman at estruktura ng wikang Filipino bilang midyum ng komunikasyon sa pagtuturo.
  2. Nakapagbibigay ng kasanayan sa pagtuturo at pananaliksik sa Filipino at iba pang    

mga wika kasama ang pagtuturo ng panitikan at pagpapahalaga sa kultura (lokal, pambansa at global);

  1. Nakapagsasagawa ng pananaliksik sa wika at panitikan tungo sa modernisasyon,

istandardisasyon at intelektwalisasyon ng Filipino; at

  1. Nakapagtataguyod ng ekstensyong paglilingkod sa larangan ng pagtuturo ng wika at panitikan at iba pang kaugnay na lawak nito bilang tugon sa mga pangangailangan ng makabagong lipunan at panahon.


Faculty

Crame

Mabini Ext.

Dr. Herbert B. Rosana

Dr. BB Benjamin D. Nebres III

Atty. Alex B. Nepomuceno

Dr. Anabelle Abaño

Dr. Reynaldo S. Rafal

Dr. Nenette Abrigo

Dr. Maria Della Rañeses

Dr. Noel V. Ibis

Dr. Victor S. Soliman

Dr. Julia Tessa A. Lastrella

Dr. Lylia Corporal-Sena

Dr. Joyce Relloso

College of Education

College of Education

Dr. Graciano B. Bañaga

Dr. Maria Corazon P. Rico

Dr. Helen M. Llenaresas

Dr. Maria B. Sarte

Dr. Nelia S. Ciocson

Dr. Ma. Eden Ante

Dr. Ruby Ann L. Ayo

Prof. Maria Lourdes Macasinag

Dr. Lorna M. Miña

Dr. Corazon M. Don

Dr. Leonila B. Barbacena

Dr. Eriberta B. Nepomuceno

Dr. Ryan V. Dio

Prof. Ma. Teresa Mirandilla

Dr. Dolores D. Laguilles

Engr. Jose S. Roco

Dr. Oscar L. Landagan

Dr. Hazel B. Vergara

Dr. Nora L. Licup

Prof. Maribel M. Naz

Prof. Maria Elena C. Ahorro

Dr. Ma. Jocelyn J. Paje

D. Reina O. Habalo

Dr. Angela E. Lorenzana

Prof. Norilyn O. De Chavez

Prof. Benita B. Hugo

Prof. Alwin N. Napocao

Dr. Obdulia E. Rojas

Prof. Jocelyn F. Goyena

Prof. Daves L. Tonga

Prof. Ruby R. Briones

Prof. Ma. Saleste San Pablo

Prof. Merriam P. Maldo

Dr. Rebecca Rosario Bercasio

Dr. Ma. Jane B. Mascariñas

Prof. Gerard Lawenko

Dr. Ma. Julieta B. Borres

Dr. Amelia A. Dorosan

Dr. Epifania B. Nuñez

Dr. Shiela I. Arroco

Dr. Gemma Clet

Dr. Aveline A. Jung

Dr. Joyce R. Loma

 

College of Industrial Technology

College of Industrial Technology

Dr. Nicanor B. Balbin

Prof. Angelina A. Gaveria

Dr. Jonathan C. Arroco

Prof. Joel B. Habalo

Prof. Vicente M. Gaveria

Prof. Maurina A. Bantog

Mr. Raul B. Bendian

College of Business Economics

and Management

Prof. Joel N. Sales

Prof. Julie Ann Lustan

Institute of Physical Education

Dr. Dimson M. Rivero

Prof. Carina Sales

Dr. Faye Lea Patria M. Lauraya

Prof. Analiza Pasano

Prof. Ma. Crestia Bañares

Prof. Renato De Asis

Dr. Eddie S. See

Prof. Lyndon Bailon

Dr. Myrna Lanuzo

 

Prof. Mary Ann Tonga

College of Arts and Letter

Prof. Emily M. Agonos

Dr. Melanie L. Golosinda

Dr. Melinda De Guzman

Prof. Viveth G. Morcozo

Dr. Viola Amano

Dr. May Antoinette S. Imran

Dr. Ramon T. De Leon

Dr. Leticia Lopez

Prof. Edna Mata

Dr. Grace L. Mayor

Prof. Erwin Torres

Dr. Evelyn Oliquino

Dr. Ricardo M. Belgica

 

 

Institute of Jessie M. Robredo

Institute of Jessie M. Robredo

Atty. Alex B. Nepomuceno

Dr. Rosemarie Frias

Dr. Noemi Lobrigo-Ibo

Dr. Jose Leandro A. Lanuzo

Prof. Rodel Niñofranco

Engr. Medel Aligan

Dr. Ramesis M. Lorino

 

College of Science

College of Science

Prof. Daile Meek S. Membreve

Prof. Lea Austero

Dr. Lilibeth A. Cajuday

Prof. Laarni Pancho

Prof. Jazzlyn T. Imperial

Prof. Felix Penetrante

College of Nursing 

College of Nursing

Dr. Mary Joy Sande

Dr. Ruby L. Mediona

Dr. Maria Bernardita Palacio

Dr. Nera Galan

College of Agriculture and Forestry

College of Agriculture and Forestry

Dr. Ma. Julieta C. Gonzales

Prof. Jerry S. Bigornia

Dr. Rosefe B. Dy

Prof. Lorelei B. Zamora

Dr. Gerard O. Ocfemia

Prof. Alan O. Llenaresas

Dr. Luis O. Amano

Dr. Antonio P. Payonga

Dr. Lourdes A. Llanto

Prof. Emilio Poja

Dr. Teresita B. Pequena

Dr. Marissa Estrella

Dr. Lester M. Narvaez

Prof. Albert B. Gonzales

Prof. Ma. Julieta C. Gonzales

 

Tabaco Campus

Tabaco Campus

Dr. Plutomeo M. Nieves

Prof. Antonino Mendoza Jr.

Prof. Maria Luisa Tango

Dr. Maria Gisella N. Mortega

Prof. Grace Brizuela

Prof. Alex Camaya

Prof. Plutomeo Nieves

 


Contact Us

Antonio P. Payonga

Dean

742-3758

appayonga@bicol-u.edu.ph

bugs-dean@bicol-u.edu.ph

 

Dr. Ruby L. Mediona

Associate Dean

rlmediona@bicol-u.edu.ph

 

Ms. Veronica O. Gomez

Registrar

481-7881

vogomez@bicol-u.edu.ph

bugsreg@bicol-u.edu.ph



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