The University held its 2nd Quarter Academic Council Meeting on May 29, 2023. The Council approved new programs and revised existing curricula across campuses. The meeting also highlighted the number of candidates for graduation, showcasing the university’s commitment to student success.
During the meeting, the Academic Council approved six new programs, including the Doctor of Medicine and Master of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Pili Campus, Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (Coastal Tourism) at Pasacao Campus, and Bachelor of Science in Statistics, Bachelor of Technology and Livelihood Education (specializations in Agri-Fishery Arts and Industrial Arts), and Bachelor of Secondary Education majoring in Science at Calabanga Campus.
The Council also revised eight existing programs at Pili Campus, such as Doctor of Philosophy in Development Education and Plant Science, Master of Science in Plant Science, Agricultural Education, Plant Protection, Resource Management, and Animal Science, and Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. These revisions ensure that the programs meet high academic standards and align with industry needs.
The meeting also highlighted the number of candidates for graduation across campuses. Pili Campus has 38 graduate candidates and 662 undergraduate candidates. Sipocot Campus has 749 candidates, Calabanga Campus has 463 candidates, and Pasacao Campus has 251 candidates. Overall, the university celebrates a total of 2,199 candidates for graduation.
Central Bicol State University’s 2nd Quarter Academic Council Meeting brought exciting changes to its academic offerings. The approval of new programs and the revision of existing curricula demonstrate the university’s commitment to academic excellence and relevance. Additionally, the celebration of candidates for graduation reflects the university’s dedication to student success. These developments contribute to the university’s reputation and ensure that students receive a quality education that prepares them for their future careers. | 𝘙𝘦𝘱𝘰𝘳𝘵 𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮 𝘖𝘝𝘗𝘈𝘈