Data are carefully integrated in light of the problem and hypothesis of the study with clear theoretical citation. Holy Angel University is one of the few institutions in the country to have achieved such status.
Objectives of GSB
The Problem and Its Background
- POST-ORAL DEFENSE
- OTHER MATTERS
- PRELIMINARY ACTIVITIES
- PRE-ORAL EXAMINATION ACTIVITIES
- ORAL DEFENSE
- THESIS WRITING I/DISSERTATION WRITING I/BUSINESS RESEARCH
- Failure in the Written Comprehensive Examination (WCE) If a student failed in the Written Comprehensive Examination, he/
- Program Time Limit
- Leave of Absence (LOA)
- Residence Requirement
- Minimum Grade Requirement
- Requirements for Graduation with Honors 1 Academic Requirements
- Grading System
Research Methodology Ability to explain the proposed methods that will be used in the research. After approval from the Graduate School Office, the student can choose his own adviser.
This course describes how private enterprise can operate and improve the policy environment of government. This course will focus on the general principles and methods of education in public and private institutions in the field of health.
- THESIS WRITING
- ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
This course introduces students to the application of research to solving problems in government. This course is designed to expose the students to the different perspectives of the Philippine Administrative System.
This course deals with the evaluation of plans made by government offices and their contributions to national development. This course deals with the commitment of the government, the citizenry and the role of the private sectors in development. This course deals with the complexities and multiple issues involved in human resource management in healthcare organizations.
This course examines the reforms and innovations that are useful and effective in the Philippine administrative system. This course is a clinical internship focusing on the management of common health and disease conditions found in the community. This course addresses specific topics such as, but not limited to, health promotion, cultural diversity and advocacy.
GSNANRES Advanced Nursing Research 3 units This course involves the systematic investigation and application of the research process.
- Y. 2010-2011 Basic Courses 9 units
The course deals with the evaluation of organizational, legal, ethical and health care policy issues related to the delivery of health care and nursing services in the developing health care system. The course introduces and builds skills in planning and implementing an integrated use of computers and instructional software/hardware in the major area of specialization. This course is designed to familiarize decision makers in the hospitality industry by providing and assisting in business analysis, interpretation and forecasting through the introduction of analytical tools and control systems that can be applied to make sound decisions relevant to the hospitality industry.
Finally, the course aims to develop competence in formulating and implementing effective management accounting strategies in various business conditions in the hospitality industry. The doctorate in nursing education prepares master's level nurses to contribute to the development of leadership in nursing education, scholarship in teaching, and research in the discipline. The Master of Science in Health Services Administration program is designed for working professionals who aspire to assume leadership positions in the health industry.
The course is designed to help students make good decisions in the hospitality industry by sensitizing them to the organizational parameters that influence their decisions.
This course will enhance students' knowledge and understanding of the role and impact of information systems on firm and inter-firm structuring, organizations and processes. This course will teach students about current issues and challenges affecting food service operations. This course is designed to teach the strategic goals of the firm as an economic and social entity within society.
This course is compulsory for all students in the doctoral program, whether in a graduate or non-graduate program. This course covers leadership theories, philosophies and concepts by examining the difference between management and leadership, organizational culture and the leader-follower relationship. This course is aimed at learning about the strategic purposes of the company as an economic and social entity in society.
This course covers trends and issues in business not covered in other major areas.
Development 3 units
- Program Objectives
Although IT has the potential to improve operational efficiency, in this course we focus instead on identifying opportunities that are more transformative in nature. Projects of this type can influence how an organization pursues its strategic goals, and in some cases can also suggest shifts in strategy to find new opportunities that are compatible with the company's resources and capabilities. The student will do well in the role of an internal IT entrepreneur – someone who can see how developments in information technologies can open up new strategic possibilities for how organizations choose to compete, and who can package these ideas in compelling ways.
This course covers information analysis and logical specification of the system development process in an organizational context. It emphasizes the interactive nature of the analysis, the design process and the practical application of structured analysis and design techniques.
Technology 3 units
The course covers SQL in depth, including advanced SQL, efficient relational database design and general overview of relational database management systems.
The Master of Arts in English Language and Literature Teaching is designed to develop competence in the teaching of English at secondary and tertiary level. The course is an examination of management from the day-to-day manager's point of view. The course is an examination of the principles and practice of English for special purposes in language testing.
The course introduces students to the principles of materials development with practice in the design and development of instructional materials. The course is an introduction to non-statistical research methods useful in the study of language and literature. The course is a study of the principles and practices of speech communication, with strategies for teaching practical phonetics.
The course is designed to introduce students to the critical aspect of their proposed research topics for a thesis.
The course covers integrated circuit families, high-frequency transistor models, feedback and operational amplifiers, analog and digital integrated circuits.
This course covers manual and computerized indexing procedures for various types of indexes, including I & A databases, book background indexes, website indexes, etc. This course provides principles and procedures for building and maintaining a collection of libraries and information centers. This course is an introduction to the basic processes and procedures involved in library resource planning.
This course covers the theories and principles of information systems planning and management applied in library environments. GSADVELEC Advanced Electromagnetic Theory 3 units This course covers electromagnetic waves, electromagnetic theorems and concepts, solutions to the wave equation in rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates. GSOPTEC Optimization Techniques 3 Units This course covers mathematical programming techniques from operations research, linear programming, network analysis, dynamic programming, game theory, decision theory, and non-linear programming.
This course deals with principles of research as applied to engineering and technical fields, types of research, methods, research formats, technical writing styles and research proposal writing.
GSADVMA Advanced Engineering Mathematics 3 units The course covers determinants and matrices, vector analysis, power series expansions, Fourier series, Laplace transforms, complex variables, multiple line integrals, gamma functions, Bessel functions, and legendre functions. The course covers fundamentals, circuitry concepts, error checking, multiflexers, protocols and standards, and network design GSINFOTEC Information Theory and 3 Units of Coding Techniques. GSRADPRO Radio Wave Propagation and Antenna 3 units The course covers transmission loss, free space propagation, low/high frequency propagation, microwave propagation, propagation over flat and spherical surfaces, antenna theorems, analysis and design of antennas.
The written comprehensive examination (WCE) is taken after completion of all academic requirements prior to writing the thesis. For writing thesis 2, the aforementioned proposal will be developed into a thesis, where the student submits a complete copy of the aforementioned thesis and must defend it orally. The subject is the study of general concepts of statistical methods, collection and tabulation of test data, graphical representation and frequency distribution, probability and normal curve, correlation, regression and prediction, testing the difference between means and analysis of variance.
The course is an investigation of the most important psychological and social factors that influence human learning, and how they can best be utilized in the best possible way.
Topics include the nature and purposes of research, planning and conducting research, types of research. It also explores and analyzes the different philosophical ideas and how they influence the current education system. The course covers the philosophy, principles and practices of industrial safety or accident prevention, safety organizations, safety level measurement, analysis, selection and implementation of remedies or corrective actions, and personal protective equipment.
Thesis Writing 3 units
The course is an introduction to the basic concepts, principles and methods of Scientific Research procedures and investigation. The course deals with the study of the logical basis of the algebra of real and complex numbers, and transfinite numbers. The course covers the theory and applications of the principles of probability and statistics; random variables; probability distributions;.
The course deals with different techniques of statistical analysis that are useful in educational research. The course deals with the basic concepts, types and processes of educational planning and evaluation. The course deals with the responsibility and functions of educational leaders of educational institutions towards the clients.
The course deals with the study of issues and problems affecting the Philippine education system in relation to national development goals.
- DOCTORAL DISSERTATION 12 units
- COGNATES/ ELECTIVES 9 Units DEMPA Public Administration 3 units
- MAJOR COURSES 21 Units
- CORE / FOUNDATION COURSES 18 units Perspectives on Education
The purpose of the WCE is to determine whether the student has learned the principles and concepts from the foundation and major subject courses sufficiently to apply these lessons in research. This course is a biblical, historical and systematic theological study of the person and significance of Jesus of Nazareth. The purpose of the WCE is to determine whether the student has learned the principles and concepts from the foundation and major subject courses sufficiently to apply these lessons in research.
This course is designed to equip students with basic knowledge and understanding of the principles and theories of early childhood education with a focus on the special educational needs of exceptional children. The course also exposes students to the various infant and preschool assessment tools and how they can assist in the construction of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP). This course deals with the application of the principles and theories learned in teaching children with mild to moderate disabilities.
A basic sign language course will be presented and passing this course will be part of the requirements.