William Malitao

William Malitao - Graduate Education in Science and...

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Unformatted text preview: Graduate Education in Science and Mathematics and Engineering Engineering Presented by WILLIAM O. MALITAO, EdD Officer-In-Charge, Director III Office of Programs and Standards No. of HEIs Offering Graduate No. of HEIs Offering Graduate Programs in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Programs* Discipline Masters Doctorate Chemistry 13 4 Marine Science 7 1 Mathematics 22 6 Physics 11 4 Geology 1 1 187 14 Biology Engineering Level 30 Level 10 Total Number of Graduates of Science and Total Number of Graduates of Science and Mathematics Graduate Programs in Centers of Excellence and Centers of Development (1999­ 2004)* Discipline Masters Doctorate Chemistry 152 51 Marine Science 50 5 Mathematics 278 44 Physics 65 16 870 137 Biology Total * TPSM COE/COD Final Assessment 2004 Level 235 Level 51 CHED’s Initiatives CHED’s Initiatives Development and Enforcement of Policies and Standards Centers of Excellence and Centers of Development Other initiatives CHED’s Initiatives CHED’s Initiatives “Development and Enforcement of Policies and Standards” Draft and Finalization of Graduate Policies for Engineering, Science and Mathematics Faculty Upgrading for Chemistry in Higher Education CHED­IUPAC Conference on Improving Chemistry Education Roadmapping Workshop for Geology, Marine Science and Physics Faculty Training Workshop on the Integration of Biotechnology Concepts in State Universities and Colleges Number of Centers of Excellence and Number of Centers of Excellence and Centers of Development in Science and Mathematics (2006­2011)* Discipline Biology Chemistry Environmental Science Geology Marine Science Mathematics Physics Statistics Approved as COD 8 1 1 Approved as COE 3 7 Grand Total 11 8 1 2 1 1 1 3 2 1 3 CHED’s Initiatives CHED’s Initiatives “Other Initiatives” Draft and Finalization of Graduate Policies for Engineering, Science and Mathematics Faculty Upgrading for Chemistry in Higher Education CHED­IUPAC Conference on Improving Chemistry Education Roadmapping Workshop for Geology, Marine Science and Physics Faculty Training Workshop on the Integration of Biotechnology Concepts in State Universities and Colleges CHED’s Initiatives CHED’s Initiatives “Development and Enforcement of Policies and Standards” Research grants International conference on research for higher education institutions support for international presentations in scientific conferences thesis and dissertation assistance graduate scholarships for faculty and institutional research personnel Number of On­going faculty scholars and Number of On­going faculty scholars and graduates of the HEDP­Faculty Development Program as of July 31, 2008 ) Discipline Masters Level Doctorate Doctorate Level Level 249 95 Natural Sciences Information Technology 324 11 Engineering 218 39 Mathematics 150 19 Total 941 164 Maraming Salamat Po! Maraming Salamat Po! ...
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