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UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS GRADUATE SCHOOL STUDENT'S HANDBOOK

AY 2011 - AY 2013 I. THE UST/GS MISSION-VISION STATEMENTS

A. UST Mission-Vision Statements


Mission Statement The University of Santo Tomas, the Pontifical and the Catholic University of the Philippines, inspired by the ideals of St. Dominic de Guzman and guided by the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas, dedicates herself to the pursuit of truth through the production, advancement and transmission of knowledge for the formation of competent and compassionate professionals, committed to the service of the Church, the nation and the global community. Vision Statement Faithful to her centuries-old tradition of excellence, the University of Santo Tomas envisions herself as a globally recognized institution of higher learning, actualizing the professional and moral formation of her students and effecting social transformation.

Goals and Objectives By the year 2012, the University shall have taken measures towards becoming a globally recognized instruction of higher learning compliant with international standards in the fields of instruction and research; have widened and intensified its influence in media, in policy formulation in society in the renewal of the Church in the Philippines and in the Asia Pacific region; have become an active collaborator with industry, government, international organizations, other local and international institutions of higher learning and the Church in the field of research; have become a partner of the Church and the government in improving the quality of life of the Filipino people; have developed and patented research outputs that promote physical, intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing; have accomplished Level 3 accreditation and the Center of Excellence status for most of its programs; have achieved a significant presence in General Santos City, Sta. Rosa and in Marikina; have been declared a National Heritage Site by local and international cultural agencies;
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have established the appropriate organizational structure and operational systems and procedures to attain optimum efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of services to its stakeholders; have optimized the use of its resources; have ladderized and vertically articulated its curricular offerings (where applicable); have established a strong and mutually enriching partnership wt tea m ioh l raz teU i rt s ei ad i h l n t e ele h n esy m d m n h u p i v i u long term goals; have intensified the moral and spiritual development of the entire Thomasian community through a unified and responsive chaplaincy structure.

B. Graduate School Mission-Vision Statements


Mission Statement We are a Catholic institution dedicated to advancing the frontiers of knowledge in the theoretical and applied fields through quality graduate education that is comprehensive and responsive to the needs of society. We are committed to the formation of scholars and high level professionals who are ethical, competent, compassionate and committed to the service of the Church, the Nation and the Global Community.
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Vision Statement We envision a Graduate School that stands for excellence and innovation and that will be globally identified for the distinction of its programs and quality of its research. Goals and Objectives To realize this mission-vision, the Graduate School commits itself within the next five (5) years: To develop the intellect and creativity through excellence in instruction, research, and extension work. To form scholars and high level professionals in the arts and humanities, the natural and allied health sciences, the social and management sciences who are ethical and who demonstrate competencies functional in both the local and global workplace. To hone the professional and social skills, and critical capabilities of students enabling them to become responsible leaders in their careers and community. To provide students opportunities to serve the larger community through extension work and community service. To produce quality research in the various fields of knowledge that is internationally recognized.

To recruit Faculty who are acknowledged experts in the field and to complement the teaching staff by inviting international scholars in the various disciplines.

To build partnerships and linkages between the Graduate


School and academic institutions, industry and government entities at the local and international level. To enhance the image and visibility of the Graduate School and its work in both the local and global community. II. ADMISSION POLICIES / PROCEDURES 1. In general, an applicant with a general weighted average grade of not lower than 2.00 (85%) or B in the bachelor's program may be admitted to an MA/MS program. An applicant with a general weighted average grade (of) not lower than 1.35 (92%) or A- in the matr porm m y e s rga a b es admitted to a PhD program. Passing the bar/board examinations is a requirement for a Ll.M. degree, MA in Nursing degree and other degree programs that require board or bar exams, prior to the apcn admission to any graduate program in the p lat i s Graduate School. All applicants for an MS/PhD in Chemistry accepted on the basis of their general weighted average grade should take the Qualifying Admission Test to be given by the Chemistry Section.

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The UST Graduate School (USTGS) may permit the enrolment of a non-credit course or anyone who wishes to take particular courses solely for personal and/or professional growth. Besides the academic requirements, foreign students are obliged to comply with the Student Visa requirements issued by the UST Office of the Registrar in collaboration with the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation (BID). Some foreign students may be required to take an English proficiency test before admission. If they are found deficient in the language, they are advised to take up an intensive English course first, in or outside the University. A foreign student, whether new or transferee, must pay the Out-of-the-State fee, i.e., $ 2,750.00 for the Matr s es program and $ 3,500.00 for the Doctoral program, - before formally enrolling. Payment of this fee may be in full or in an installment basis; the method of payment is determined by te S Tesrr Ofe h U T raue fc (see page 8). s i Admission Procedures A. Accomplished application form must be filed at the UST Graduate School Office of the University of Santo Tomas one month before enrolment begins. B. Application Forms for Admission is available at the UST Graduate School Office.

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For Locals Applicants 1. Submit to USTGS Office the following documents:


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A photocopy (but duly certified true) of latest Transcript of Records (TOR); One (1) colored passport size, recent photo; and (If any) document(s) attesting to passing a Professional Examination (i.e. Bar, Licensure, etc.) or being a scholar of any agency.

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Secure upon submission of the aforementioned documents the following forms: a. Application Form b. Two (2) Referral Forms: One (1) from current (immediate) superior (or Dean, in the case of a school); and the other, from a professor in one specialization (major) subject. Submit to the UST Graduate School Dean's Office the duly accomplished original Application and Referral Forms (sealed if handcarried). After a week inquire about the decision of the Dean f mte S Gaut Sh oD aOfe r h U T rd ae co l en fc. o s i

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For Foreigner (Freshmen and Transferees) Step I: Academic Requirements 1. Submit to the USTGS Office the following documents: a. TOEFL English proficiency Test b. A photocopy (but duly certified true) of latest transcript of records c. One (1) colored passport size, recent photo; and
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(If any) document(s) attesting to passing a Professional Examination (i.e. Bar, Licensure, etc.) or being a scholar of any agency.

2. and 3. (same as For Local Applicants) 4. Inquire from the UST-Registrar's Office (Main Building) as regards application acceptance. If accepted, applicant will be advised to pay first the Out-of-the-State Fee at the UST Treasurer's Office (Main Building). The Out-of-the-State of $2,750 frMatr ad o s n es $3,500 for Doctoral must be paid first by the foreign applicant prior to enrolling formally. The fee will be paid in dollars or its peso conversion at the time of payment. However a student who wishes to pay in installment, is given one (1) year to pay the Out-ofthe-State Fee with the following schedule of payments:
Masters First Semester entry: Downpayment upon admission Preliminary Examination Final Examination Second Semester entry: Downpayment upon admission Preliminary Examination TOTAL Doctoral

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$1,000.00 500.00 500.00

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$500.00 250.00 $2,750.00

$1,000.00 500.00 $3,500.00

A foreign applicant admitted during Summer Term shall be required to pay the Out-of-the-State fee in full equivalent to first semester entry. In the event the concerned foreign student discontinues due to academic failures, among other reasons, or drops his course program during the first semester entry, the rule on dropping of course is observed to determine adjustment of fees. Moreover, if the foreign s dn sd el i p er fr htvr esnad t et u dn d apas o w aee rao n u y s fails to settle his Accounts, no official record of his academic performance shall be released.

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Present the Out-of-the-State Fee Official Receipt at the USTGS Office upon enrolment.

Step II: Visa Requirements (See Registrar's Office) III. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

A. Matr ( A/ S) e re s M.. . ge es M. D
1. The MA/MS Graduate School program includes Two (2) Pre-requisite courses: Research Methodology and St. Thomas on Critical Thinking. The total number of units required are: Pre-requisites (6 units): Research Methodology and St. Thomas on Critical Thinking; Core (9 units), Major (15 units), Cognates (3 units) and Thesis Writing I-Thesis Proposal (3 units), Thesis Writing II-Research Colloquium (3 units) and Thesis III-Thesis Oral Defense (3 units). Please note that
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some graduate programs require Research Methodology as the only prerequisite subject, in this case the student will have to take two cognate subjects equivalent to (6 units). Students who did not enroll St. Thomas on Critical Thinking as one of their prerequisite subjects may enroll it as one of their cognate subjects. All in all an MA/MS candidate must have earned a total of forty-two (42) units of academic courses. In case that a particular program has a different distribution of units specially on the core and major subjects, the 42 units requirement for te atr pormio sre. h m s rga s bevd es 3. As a general rule, an MA/MS degree program may be completed within two (2) years of residency, i.e., enrolled for at least four (4) consecutive semesters. If a student is enrolled only during Summer Terms, a minimum of five (5) Summer Terms is required. The maximum residency for the masters degree is five (5) years. Students who overstayed beyond the maximum residency must take reactivation courses. (Please refer to the provisions regarding reactivation courses pp. 28-30). There are some programs which require that the applicant take some undergraduate (foundation) courses as preparatory courses if the applicant's Bachelor's degree is different from the MA/MS degree he wishes to pursue. A student for an MA/MS degree not corresponding to his Bachelor's degree should finish at least eighteen (18) units of major undergraduate courses in the area of

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specialization, subject to the approval of the Discipline Consultant, before proceeding to graduate work. Those in the MBA and MSC programs whose undergraduate degree is non-Business or Economics, must take nine (9) additional units as foundation courses. H w vrteeaeMatr dge porms ht o ee,hr r s ere rga ta es rq i a cr so d g i ni lBce r d ge eu e r or p n i d ta ah l ere e n e c os program, e.g., Law and Nursing. For example, but not limtdt, Bce r dge i P lSicn o ap i o a ah l ere n o c an t p l e os . . y immediately for an Ll. M. degree. This is in view of the fact, that the Ll. M. requires both an A.B./B.S. and Ll.B. degrees prior to the Ll. M. program. Also, graduates of the professional degrees like, but not limited to, M.D., D.M.D., D.V.M., O.D., J.D. or Ll.B. and alike mutitae n o ti te s r d ge sfstk a d ba h mat ere r n es program prior to their application to the Doctorate, meaning the Ph.D. degree program. 5. The MBA, MSC, MS HRM and other management related graduate programs require (1) year work experience prior to admission into the program.

B. Doctorate (Ph.D.) Degree


1. The doctoral degree program includes: three (3) Philosophy courses: Philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Philosophy of Values, and Current Themes in the Philosophy of Man (Philosophy majors should
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follow their own curriculum); and six (6) non-credit units of foreign language courses. 2. The total number of units required are: Philosophy courses (9 units), Major subjects (30 units), Cognates (6 units), Dissertation Writing I-Dissertation proposal (6 units), Dissertation Writing II-Research Colloquium (3 units), Dissertation Writing III-Research Colloquium (3units) and Dissertation Writing IV-Dissertation Oral Defense (3 units). Foreign Language courses (6) units). A PhD candidate must have earned a total of sixty (60) academic units and six (6) units of foreign language courses for the PhD program. But, all in all, a PhD candidate must have earned a total of one hundred and two (102) academic graduate units consisting of sixty (60) PhD units and forty-two (42) MA/MS units. A candidate may be exempted from the Foreign Language requirement provided he takes the Foreign Language (of his choice) Proficiency Test. Application for sip roe a b scrd th D aOfe a up s m y e eue a te en fc. d s i A candidate may take his foreign language in other Schools/Language Institutes provided the number of hours (108 hours) are met. A certificate attesting to this condition must be presented for the approval of the Dean. 4. As a general rule, a PhD degree program may be completed in five (5) years, i.e., enrolled for at least ten (10) semesters or summer terms. The maximum residency for the PhD program is seven (7) years. The
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minimum residency requirement for the PhD degree program is 3 years. If a student is enrolled only during summer terms, a minimum of (6) summer terms is required, however the maximum residency is twelve (10) summers. Students who overstayed beyond the maximum residency must take reactivation courses. (Please refer to the provisions regarding reactivation courses pp.28-30). 5. A Ph.D. applicant, who was graduated with an M.A./M.S. degree from another University, is required to submit a copy of his thesis upon submission of Application Form at the USTGS Office. If a candidate wishes to pursue a PhD degree other than the MA/MS degree already earned, the candidate will be required to get MA/MS courses corresponding to the PhD degree he wishes to pursue as foundation courses. For this reason, a student who wishes to pursue a doctoral program should have a minimum of twenty-four (24) units of his major in the Master's level equivalent to nine (9) units of Core and fifteen (15) units of Major subjects. Excess units in the Master's program are not automatically credited for the doctoral program. The Dean, in consultation with the Discipline Consultant, must approve such an arrangement. 7. A candidate for the doctoral degree must have a reading knowledge of at least one non-Filipino language other than English. A foreign student in the doctoral program is

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required to have a reading knowledge of a language other than English besides his native language. 8. Courses taken from another University without previous approval of the Registrar's Office upon the recommendation of the Dean shall not be formally credited. An applicant who already possesses a Ph.D. degree and wishes to pursue a second Ph.D., the following requirements must be fulfilled: If the desired second Ph.D. degree program is not related to the previous m s r ad pei sP ..dge,te apcnt is at n rv u h es o D ere h p la i required to take at least 24 academic units in the m s r l e eu a n t n e()u i C r ad at e l q i l t o i 9 n s oe n es v , ve n t fifteen (15) units Major over and above the regular requirements for the Ph.D. degree. An MA/MS student, whether he has just finished his MA/MS program with the USTGS or not, must formally apply in the PhD program before formally enrolling. UST Graduate School Grading System 95 and above 92.5 94.9 90 92.4 87.5 89.9 85 87.4
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C. Number of Units Required


The number of units required for the MA/MS and PhD programs under the 2001 Revised Curriculum is as follows: Matr s es 6/3 --9 15 3/6 3 3 3 --------42 Doctoral 9 (6) --30 6 ------6 3 3 3 60

Pre-requisite Foreign Language Core Subjects Major Subjects Cognate Subjects Thesis Writing I Thesis Writing II Thesis Writing III Dissertation Writing I Dissertation Writing II Dissertation Writing III Dissertation Writing IV TOTAL Units

Please note that the distribution of units in the major and core subjects may vary depending on the requirements of the specific program, however the total number of units required for the matr ad d c rlporms a s td aoe m s b s n ot a rga es o s t e b v ut e a fulfilled. The non-teit c matr dge pormsoo a hs r k s ere rga flw sa es l different distribution and/or number of units.

IV. OTHER REQUIREMENTS

A. The Written Comprehensive Examinations (WCE)


1. All students (MA/MS or PhD) are required to take the Written Comprehensive Examinations (WCE) prior to
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their enrolment in Thesis Writing II (TWII) and Dissertation Writing II (DWII), respectively. Students enrolled in the non-thesis track programs are required to take the WCE prior to the STRAMA/Business Plan, HRM STRAT Plan, Graduate Research Seminar (Final Course Paper). In the event that a student is permitted to take DWI provided he takes WCE within the semester he is enrolled in DWI, such a student must have first taken and passed the WCE before he is permitted to undergo the Dissertation Proposal Oral Defense. In the case of an MA/MS student, the grade of his TWI shall not be released unless the WCE has been successfully passed. 2. To qualify, a student must have earned the following academic course requirements: MA/MS: 21 Academic Units 3 units of Pre-requisite Subjects 6 units of Core Subjects 12 units of Major Subjects 21 units Ph.D.: 30 Academic Units 6 units of Philosophy Subjects 24 units of Major Subjects 30 units 3. 4. The passing grade for WCE is 2.00 for an MA/MS program and 1.75 for a PhD program. A student who fails in three (3) course subjects will have to re-take examinations in all five (5) WCE course
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subjects taken. A student who fails in one (1) or two (2) course subject(s) will be required to re-take the examinations only in these subject(s) failed. However, if the student fails in one (1) or two (2) subjects and still is able to meet the general passing average for the WCE 2 0fr h Matr ad1 5fr h d c rlee . o te s n . o te ot a l l 0 es 7 o vs respectively, - the student will no longer be required to undergo a re-take. In general, therefore, a student who fails in the WCE is required to re-take the same failed course subject(s). Now, failure for the second time m astr i t no tes dn cn i c fray en emn i f h t et ad ay o n ao u s d degree. 5. A student who failed the WCE is allowed a "Re-take". Failure in the "Re-take" means automatic termination of a candidacy for any degree. A student who has failed one (1) or two (2) course subject(s) in the WCE need to re-apply for these failed subjects before the re-take. However, a student who has failed three (3) subjects is required to re-apply for all five (5) WCE course subjects (1 Core subject and 4 Major subjects). Upon the discretion of the Dean based on a written request of the failing student, the student concerned may be permitted to apply in other subjects other than those which he has failed. Two types of examinations are given: the Integrated (wherein students are examined on all the subjects in his program), and the Non-integrated (wherein students choose one (1) Core subject and four (4) Major subjects

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t b ea i dfr atr dge adfe() j o e xmn o m s ere n i 5 Ma r e es v o subjects for doctoral degree. Education, Political Science, Public Administration programs are integrated. All other programs are nonintegrated. 8. 9. The Office of the Dean announces the application period six weeks before the scheduled examinations. The procedure for WCE application is as follows: Secure a temporary TOR from the Registrar's Office. Pay the WCE fee at the Cashier's Office; and, Bring back the WCE Application Form with the Receipt of Payment to the Graduate School Office. 10. The WCE is conducted three (3) times a year: at the end of the first semester (October); at the end of the second semester (March), and after the summer term (May). 11. For very rare occasions, and for valid reasons, a student-returnee who has been away for more than five (5) years, besides the reactivation requirement, may be permitted upon the discretion of the Dean, to "sit-in" in classes whose courses are required in preparation either for the WCE or for thesis/dissertation writing. No extra fee is required. 12. The WCE is valid only up to five (5) years beyond rs e c frh Matr pormad p o ei nyo te s rga n u t seven (7) d es years beyond residency for the Doctoral program.

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B. Theses and Dissertations / Graduation Honors


1. A thesis/dissertation is required for all MA/MS and PhD degrees, respectively, except for the MA in Music which requires a recital, Master in Engineering Program which requires a practicum and other non-thesis track programs. A dissertation proposal must be orally defended in the presence of the adviser, three (3) evaluators, and the Graduate School Dean and/or Graduate Research Director. It is encouraged in Dissertation Proposal Oral Defense that an outsider, expert in the field, be invited. It is only after the dissertation proposal is successfully defended that a student is elevated to the candidacy for a PhD degree program which shall be contained in a formal letter from the Dean and sent to the student. In the case of an MA/MS student, it is only after the approval of the thesis proposal by the three (3) evaluators (besides the adviser) that he is raised formally by the Dean to the candidacy for an MA / MS degree program. The Honors that will be reflected in the Diploma (either for MA/MS or PhD) is arrived at after getting the average of 1/3 of the candidate's academic performance; 1/3 of the grades for the thesis/dissertation as written prior to the oral defense; and finally, 1/3 of the grades for the thesis/dissertation as orally defended.

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For those who are enrolled in the non-thesis track m s r dge porm ,ecp frte Matro at ere rga s xet o h es s e f Engineering Program, the following scheme apply in the determination of honors: MASTER IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Grading Factors and Weight Average Grade in all subjects taken 50% Written Comprehensive Examination 25% Final Course Paper: 25% Total
Written Form of the HRM STRATPLAN (70%) Presentation in a colloquium (30%)

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MBA/EMBA Grading Factors and Weight Average Grade in all subjects taken Written Comprehensive Examination Final Course Paper: Total

Written Form of the HRM STRATPLAN (70%) Presentation in a colloquium (30%)

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Other NON-THESIS Track Programs (except Master of Engineering Program) Grading Factors and Weight Academic Performance 50% Written Comprehensive Examination 25% Final Course Paper (Graduate Research Seminar) 25% Total 100%

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Effective April 2007, the following are the Implementing Guidelines for the granting of honors: a) A candidate for graduation with honors must have completed the program within the residency period w i i fe() er fraMatr dge ad h h s i 5 yas o c v s ere n es seven (7) years for a doctorate degree. b) The candidate for graduation with honors in the Matr porm m sn t ae cu e a rd o s rga ut o hv aq i d gae f es r incomplete, or WF or grade below 2.0. Consequently, a candidate for graduation with honors in the Doctorate program should not have acquired a grade of incomplete, or WF or a grade below 1.75 in any academic subject. c) A candidate for graduation with honors must have carried at least (6) academic units per semester of study. d) A candidate for graduation with honors must have completed in the University at least 80% of the total number of academic units including thesis/dissertation for graduation. e) Must not have obtained a grade lower than ruin the oral defense of the thesis or Mei s t dissertation.

The Grade Range for Graduation Honors (Effective April 2007) 1.00 1.05 1.06 1.16 1.17 1.35
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Beginning AY 2000-2001 those enrolled in TWI/DWI and have their thesis/dissertation proposals formally approved, will have to be enrolled in Research Colloquium in the immediately succeeding semester. Enrolment in TWI and DWI is covered by the provisions stated in the UST Graduate School Guidelines to Thesis and Dissertation: h cn i t w oerl frh fst enT 1D Te ad ae h noso te iti i W /W1 d l r m and fails to submit the proposal for evaluation will be given a grade o Pors a teedo tesm s r h f I rges t h n f h e et te n e candidate is enrolled in. The candidate is allowed to re-enroll in TW1/DW1 in the following semester to complete the requirements of the rsac po oa s g adpyterq i d o i d eer rp sl t e n a h eu e m d i h a r f e f s So l the candidate still fail to submit the proposal, e hu e. d h/ ewl ee eaf a gaeo cm l e i h /e es irci h l v i lrd fI o p tn ih r n n e s Transcript of Records (TOR). The candidate who fails to submit the proposal after the second enrollment shall be permitted to enroll the third adl t ieadpyterq i d lf s Islte n a t s m n a h eu e f le f t h r u e. i l candidate fails to submit the proposal for the third enrolment, then he/she will be required to enroll again in Research Methodology. Only after earning credits for Research Methodology will he/she be allowed to enroll in TW 1/DW1 again. For the fourth enrolment, the candidate is expected to submit the Thesis/Dissertation proposal.

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Doctoral candidates are required to be enrolled in the semester they are scheduled to have the Pre-Oral Defense or Proposal Defense. 8. Research Colloquium and Oral Defense After the thesis proposal has been approved or dissertation proposal has been successfully defended, the masterate/ doctorate student must enroll in research colloquium in the immediately following semester. A research colloquium must be finished in one semester. A masterate student is required to take at least one research colloquium (Thesis Writing II) while the doctoral student is required to take two research colloquia (Dissertation Writing II and Dissertation Writing III). Only after the research colloquium has been fulfilled that a student is permitted to enroll in Thesis Writing III-Tei Oa D fne frte Matr h s rl ees o h s s es program or Dissertation Writing IV-Dissertation Oral Defense for the Doctorate Program.

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SOME POLICIES ON ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES

On Petition Classes
Classes not offered for a semester may be petitioned for on condition that the number of students reaches ten (10) per class. It is encouraged, however, that the number of students be maximized to twenty-five (25). Students petitioning such a class are given the opportunity to suggest a professor. A form for this purpose may be secured from the Graduate School Office.

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On Special Classes
A petition class whose number of students remains less than ten (10) may be requested to be opened as a "Special Class." A formal request for this purpose must be submitted to the Graduate School Office.

On Failing Grades
1. 2. The passing grade for each course enrolled in an MA/MS program is 2.00; and 1.75 for each course enrolled in a PhD program. Failure in two subjects (6 units) means automatic debarment of a student's candidacy for a degree (both for MA/MS or PhD programs). Two WF (Withdraw without Permission) grades may be considered a disqualification at the discretion of the Dean. A student who fails to meet the conditions for a probationary status is automatically debarred from earning any degree (MA/MS/PhD) program. A student who has incurred a failing grade in a course may still re-enroll. However, such student need not reenroll the same failed subject except the Prerequisite/Core Subjects. The failed course will still be reflected in his TR.

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On Completing Incomplete Grades


An "Incomplete" ("Inc.") grade must be completed within a period of one (1) year counted from the semester when the "Inc." grade was incurred. After a year, the student is required to repeat
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the same course (not necessarily under the same Professor) or get a failing grade of 5.00, or it remains "Inc." and will earn no graduate credit whatsoever.

On Probationary Status
A student on a probationary status can change to a regular status after initially completing eighteen (18) units (6 courses) of graduate studies with a general average not lower than 1.75. The student should not have incurred, in any of these six (6) initial subjects, a grade lower than 2.00 for the MA/MS program. For the PhD degree, there should be an average of 1.50 for the eighteen (18) units and a grade for each of the six (6) subjects not lower than 1.75.

On Changing of Subjects/Dropping of Subjects/Course


1. A change of subject, load or course may be effected by accomplishing the required form and submitting the same to the Dean for approval. Said form shall later be submitted to the Office of Academic Affairs, the Treasurer's Office, Accounting Department, Registrar's Office and Secretary General's Office for adjustment and record purposes. All these requests for change of subjects must be made within the registration period as set by the Office of the Secretary General and only upon valid reasons approved by the Dean. Withdrawal of enrolment or dropping of some course subjects may be effected by on or before the scheduled preliminary examinations as set by the Office of the University Secretary-General, and by accomplishing the required form. Dropping of all course subjects may be
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entertained anytime before the Final Examinations. Subjects changed outside of these provisions shall not be c d e. e Tesrr Ofeo shd lo R fn s r i d( e raue fc frceu f e d) et S s i e u A student who intends to re-enroll after dropping the course, may do so provided that he secures and presents to the USTGS Office a written letter from the UST Registrar stating therein that he is still in good standing, i.e., he has not yet been issued any honorable dismissal.

On Debarment
Debarment of a student shall be subject to the rules on debarment as provided for by the UST Student Handbook. Misconducts including forging official documents e.g. transcript of records, plagiarism, cheating during examinations and any action or behavior that is unbecoming of being a Thomasian are considered grounds for debarment from the UST.

On Dismissal
In extreme cases, a student dismissal order shall be issued by the University Registrar.

On Crediting of Subjects Taken in Other School by a Transferee


1. For purposes of crediting subjects taken from another university by a student who wishes to transfer to the USTGS, only six (6) units for the matr porm, and s rga es twelve (12) units for the doctoral program shall be credited.

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In special cases, upon the discretion of the Dean, a maximum of eighteen (18) academic units may be credited. However, fifty percent (50%) of the actual tuition fee for each credited subject will be charged. Such amount will be used for the Oral and Written validating examinations for each subject credited. Upon submission of pertinent documents, only quality students at the discretion of the Dean may be accepted for USTGS programs. Transferees, whether local or foreigner, are required to submit to the Registrar's Office an honorable dismissal from the school in which he last enrolled. In addition, a foreign transferee must pay the Out-of-the-State fee prior to formal enrolment. At the discretion of the Dean, a transferee (local or foreign) may shift courses (both for MA/MS and PhD). However, with regard to foreigners, the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation (BID) requires that change of courses be referred to it for proper action.

On Crediting Seminars, Conferences, Symposia


A student may apply for credit for seminars, workshops attended. In this respect, internal arrangement may be made with the organizers of said activities provided, that the activity is under the Continuing Professional Education (CPE) program; a formal written request is addressed to the Dean for his approval; the number of hours required should be total the number of hours required for a three (3) unit course subject; some course requirements are submitted and based on these requirements and the number of hours attended is the grade calculated. The grade will be formally recorded on file.
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On Cross-Enrolment
The Graduate School may accept cross-enrollees subject to the prior approval of the Registrar's Office. As to a USTGS student who may wish to cross-enroll in other leading universities as approved by the Dean, the following requirements must be met: Subjects to be cross-enrolled must not be offered in the Graduate School at the current semester the request is made; The maximum units for cross-enrolment is six (6) units or (2 subjects) only; and, Pre-requisite subjects, Core subjects and Philosophy subjects must not be cross-enrolled in.

On Class Absences/Leave of Absence/Returnees and Reactivation requirements


1. A student who has incurred twelve (12) hours of absences is automatically dropped from the course. The absentee gets the equivalent grade of WF (Withdraw without Permission). For example, if a student is absent once in a week in a threeunit course that meets only once a week, the student automatically incurs three (3) absences (hours). If the student is absent twice in a week in a three-unit course that meets only twice in a week, the student also automatically incurs three (3) absences (hours). Te ei ny eu e eto te s r D ge ife 5 h rs ec rq i m n frh Mat eresi () d r es v years; and for the Ph.D. Degree is seven (7) years. Students who overstayed beyond the maximum residency requirement are required to take reactivation courses. If a student
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returnee had been away beyond the residency requirements, the student has to take reactivation courses equivalent to three (3) units per year up to the maximum of five (5) years.
Year beyond residency Reactivation units

1 year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years

3 units 6 units 9 units 12 units 15 units

Please also note that the reactivation course requirements are taken beyond/over and above the regular requirements of the program. It is also suggested that the reactivation courses to be taken are related to their thesis or dissertation topic. 3. AMatr s dn m yeao e am x u o t (10) s t et ab lw d es u l ai m f en m years to complete a degree. Beyond ten years, the student will have to repeat the entire program. A Ph.D. student maybe allowed a maximum of twelve (12) years to complete the degree. Beyond twelve years, the student will have to repeat the entire program.

On Academic Load and Overloading


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The maximum academic load for students during a regular semester is twelve (12) units. The exceptions are as follows: a. Those under scholarship - 18 units b. Those about to graduate - 15 units

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Under no circumstances is a student allowed extra load without prior approval by the University Secretary-General upon the recommendation of the R g t r Ofeadte eir fc n h sas i Office of the Dean. Maximum load for students during Summer Sessions is nine (9) units.

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On Diploma Application and Submission of the final copies of thesis/dissertation


A student may apply for his Diploma at the Registrar's Office only after the final copies of the thesis/dissertation have been submitted to the UST Graduate School Office. Students are expected to submit the final copies of their Thesis/Dissertation within two months after the oral defense. In extreme cases, Final copies of the thesis/dissertation must be submitted within two years. Failure to submit the final copies of the thesis/dissertation within the prescribed period would mean that the student would be required a re-oral defense of the thesis/dissertation.

On Policies Re: Classroom Activities


1. A classroom activity always begins with an Opening Prayer and ends with a Closing Prayer. Students are encouraged to lead the prayers. In the spirit of ecumenism as spearheaded by the Pope John Paul II himself, non-Catholics are invited to lead the prayers in their own rite. No student should be allowed to any class who has not presented his registration form duly validated by the Tesrr Ofe Itenm ( o tes dn( d n t raue fc. f h a es f h t et ) o o s i ) u s
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appear in the provided USTGS Office master list, it is the responsibility of the professor to report immediately such ieu ri t GSD aOfe As dn w owse to r gl i s o . en fc. t et h i s r at e . s i u h i n i a l s ut u m toteD a a rtnrq et s-i n c s m s sb it h en w ie eu s t a t which must be approved by him. 3. On matters related to a professor coming late in class, the policy is: As much as possible, faculty members are enjoined to come in class on time. However in extreme cases, if the class meets once a week, i.e., three hours once a week, the professor may be late for 30 minutes. It is always advisable that the G.S. office be notified beforehand in case a professor may be expected to be late in coming to class. If the professor is late other than the conditions stipulated above, then such a poesri m r da sn. O l te i i dc rdo rf o s ak bet n hn t s el e n s e y a c s Tip lyisseddi cs o t h ons, floods, l s h oc s upn e n ae fy o a. s i p and unexpected traffic. In case an outside co-curricular activity is needed, e.g., an excursion for ocular inspection or field trip, a professor and the members of the class must first secure the permission of the Dean by filling up a form (waiver) for this purpose to be secured at the USTGS Office not later than a week prior to its execution. If a professor handles a 3-unit course once a week and teaches for 3 straight hours, he may end his class thirty (30) minutes before the time. Otherwise an internal arrangement may be made between the professor and the students in such a way that the students are accorded a 30-minute break at intervals.
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A faculty member must check student attendance the manner of which is left to his discretion (see page 28). All electronic devices such as cell phones must be switched off or turned on the mute mode during class hours, seminars and the like. At the first day of class, besides the important reminders in the Su e t H n b o, the faculty member should explain td n a d o k s the coverage of his course syllabus, i.e., its course description, course general/specific objectives, course time distribution (54 hrs/sem.), and most importantly, course grading system. Any bona fide student and faculty member of the G.S. may avail himself of the services rendered by the G.S. Office personnel, such as photocopying, mimeographing, and the le H w vr aeu s Fr i poi d frrcr i . o ee, R q et om s rv e o eod k d purposes and for systematic issuance of said requests. Release of request depends on the bulk of what is to be done. It is advisable that at least a week should be given before release of request.

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10. The use of Educational Technology units, such as overhead projectors, multi media (Power Point Presentations), computers, TV/DVD/VCD and the Computer/LRU Room must be properly requested a week before actual use. Request must be properly entered in a reservation form meant for this purpose. A borrowed unit must be returned to the Office for proper inspection in case of damage or loss.

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11. The use of classrooms, USTGS Tanghalang Quirino, Bulwagang Rosacia-Rogge, Roque Science Laboratories, SWR, or the Blaylock Hall for purposes other than that of classroom use, must be formally requested by signing a form to be secured at the UST Graduate School Office. 12. As part of maintaining the up-keep of the physical facilities of the Graduate School and in line with the schools thrust of environmental awareness, a student is reminded to make tidy and clean his/her working place. Whiteboards must be cleaned properly after use fr h nx c s s i oa ad o te et l s d p sl n a s laboratory equipment returned to their proper places. If the classroom is no longer needed, prior to leaving it, lights, aircons, exhaust fans, electric fans must be switched off. In case a classroom is needed for some extra-curricular activities such as blow-outs or fellowships, garbage must be disposed of properly prior to leaving the room. 13. A student should exude a sense of professionalism even in their external deportment. Hence, the Student Dress Code is smart casual. However, this policy may be suspended in cases of bad weather and floods. 14. A Faculty member should submit the grading sheet(s) with the respective grades of the students and their respective student numbers as indicated. This will facilitate computerization of grades at the record files of the USTGS Ofe n o te S R g t r Ofe fc ad fh U T eir fc. i sa s i 15. Faculty members and students should collaborate in suggesting books/journals/on line resources and the like which the Central Library should have. Any suggested items
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must be submitted immediately to the USTGS Office. The rd USTGS library section is located at the 3 floor of the UST Central Library.

On Enrolment Procedures
Students should always carry with them their Student Handbook since it hstetdn C eks n ee d r g a h S et hclt edd ui u i n enrolment time.

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S T. A N T O N I N U S O F F L O R E N C E BISHOP OF FLORENCE ~1389 - 1459~ P A T R O N S A I N T UST GRADUATE SCHOOL

A story of an energetic soul in a frail body. A story of the triumph of virtue over vast and organized wickedness. The world of St. Antoninus was engrossed with the Renaissance, a time of violent political upheavals, of plagues, wars and injustices. Christendom was still suffering from the effects of the Great Schism of the West, over l which St. Catherine of Siena had wept and prayed a generation before. Teya o A tn u ih 18, a a oteb t o C s od h er f no i sb t, 39 sw l h ih f oi e n r s r n Midici. In the hands of these two men the fortunes of Florence were largely to rest. As a child, Antoninus was delicate and lovable. His stepmother, worried over his frailty, used to give him extra meat at table. The little boy, determined to harden himself for the religious life, would slip the meat under the table to the cats. At the age of fourteen, he discovered r in the preaching of Blessed John Dominici the answer to all his questions.

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At Santa Maria Novella, Antoninus begged Blessed John Dominici to be admitted to the Order of Preachers (Dominican Order). The latter discouraged the lad by telling him to go home and learn by heart teag ad ob d g o k ae h D c tm.H d n t ae h l e n fri i b o cld Te er u e i o hv r dn l e d the heart to explain the condition under which the lad would put himself - an austere program in a house for the new recruits at Fiesole. Possessed of an iron will-power, Antoninus went home, and began studying the book seriously. By the end of the year he had accomplished the all-but-impossible task, and he returned to John Dominici to recite it as requested. There was no further way to delay his reception of the habit, so the frail young man donned the habit he was to wear with distinction for fifty-four years. Due to the unsettled state of the Church, the Order, and Italian politics, the training of the young aspirant was carried on in several different places, and, for a time, the regular course of studies could not be pursued. Antoninus studied by himself. He was happily associated during these years with several future blessed of the Order - not only John Dominici, but also Lawrence of Rupafratta, the NoviceMaster, Constantius of Fabriano; Peter Capucci; and the artist, Fra Angelico. The Florentines soon loved Antoninus who was ordained and set to preaching. He occupied several positions in the Order, and, finally, to his horror, he was appointed Archbishop of Florence. The appointment was a genuine heartbreak to a scholar who could never find enough time to study, but it was a blessing for the people of Florence.

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In the remaining years of his life, Antoninus combined an amazing amount of active work with constant prayer. He wrote a great many books, all of a practical nature, on moral theology, guidance for professors, chronicle of the history of the world, and many other topics. He busied himself with the beauty of the chant, and personally attended the Divine Office at his cathedral. Under his guidance and encouragement, the Convent of San Marco became the center of Christian Art. He called upon his old companion, Fra Angelico, and on the miniaturist, Fra Benedetto, to do the frescoes and the choir books which are still preserved there. Antoninus was probably best known for his kindness to the poor of Florence. He took up his own garden of choice flowers to plant vegetables for the poor, and drove his housekeeper to distraction by giving away even his own tableware, food, and clothing. He kept in personal contact with the poor of the city, particularly with those who had fallen from wealth and were ashamed to beg. For their care he fu dd a sc t cld e G o m n o S Mat , w oe one oi y ae t e l h od e f t . rn i h s members went about quietly doing much-needed charity work. It was the saintly archbishop who took the lead in almsgiving and care of the sick when Florence was struck with plague anew. As they went about their priestly duties in the stricken city, great numbers of the Dominican brethren died of the plague. Sad but undaunted, Antoninus continued to go about on foot among the people, giving both material and spiritual aid. Cosino de Medici, who did not always hv cm l nso te o icn,d ie f nl city has ae o pmetfrh D mn asamt d r k :Our i i t a y experienced all sorts of misfortunes: fire, earthquake, drought, plague, seditions, plots. I believe it would today be nothing but a mass of ruins without the prayers of our holy archbishop.

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On 2 May, 1459, Antoninus died, surrounded by his religious brethren from San Marco and mourned by the entire city. His whole life was mirrored in the last word h soe e r h t np e:TO s e p k b f e e r si d o a r SERVE GOD IS TO REIGN! Plans are underway to possibly declare our Patron-Saint otr Dc o o te h r . fh C uc h We take pride in adopting St. Antoninus of Florence as the PatronSaint of the Graduate School. In this sketchy presentation of his life, three important features stand-out and point to the thrust of the UST Graduate School today: scientific research on the sciences, promotion of the arts, and community service.

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STUDENT CHECKLIST
Matr Po rm s rga es PROGRAM: _______________________________________ Status: ( ) Degree (Foundation Subjects) Pre-requisite Foreign Language Core Subjects Major Subjects Cognate Subjects Thesis Writing I Thesis Writing II Thesis Writing III TOTAL Units ( ) Program ( ) 6/3 --9 15 3/6 3 3 3 42

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ACADEMICS
Subject Description Professor Grade

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Pre-requisites: 6/3 units


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Core Subjects: 9 units


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II. OTHER REQUIREMENTS:


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Written Comprehensive Exam (WCE) Thesis Writing I (Proposal) Thesis Writing II (Colloquium) Thesis Writing III (Defense)

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STUDENT CHECKLIST
Doctorate Program PROGRAM: _______________________________________

Status: ( ) Degree

( ) Program ( ) 9 30 6 (6) 6 3 3 3 60

(Foundation Subjects) *Philosophy Subjects Major Subjects Cognate Subjects **Foreign Language Dissertation Writing I Dissertation Writing II Dissertation Writing III Dissertation Writing IV TOTAL Units

* Philosophy majors should follow their own curriculum ** The Foreign Language Requirement equivalent to six (6) noncredit units is taken beyond/over and above the 60 units of the Ph.D. curriculum.

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ACADEMICS
Subject Description Professor Grade

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Cognate Subjects: 6 units


Sem/Sum Year Subject Description Professor Grade

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Semester Grade

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