Letran-Calamba’s educational experience provides students with opportunities not only to learn, but also to think creatively and to explore many avenues for growth. Adhering to its vision of becoming the leader and center of excellence in advanced studies in Region IV, the Graduate School of Letran-Calamba continues to provide professional preparations for people in the industry, academe, business, and even those in the government service.
Master in Business Administration*
The course grants students with valuable knowledge on business, and the formal management orientation, integrating the managers’ and entrepreneurs’ better grasp of all concepts, principles, and tools relevant to the practice of business management. The program plays within an atmosphere that fosters free exchange of ideas with other executives and business leaders. It sharpens the managers’ and entrepreneurs’ analytical ability in examining business problems and opportunities.
Master in Management*
• Major in Engineering Management. The program enhances the capabilities of engineering faculty members and cadet engineers through updates in engineering and technology strengthening their grasp of engineering principles. The program stresses the continuity of management and engineering related efforts from planning through design to execution. It provides managerial, business, financial, legal and information systems tools for an engineering management career in the industry or in the academic sector.
• Major in Government Management. The course equips students trailing the challenging careers in government to gain high level of competencies in managing corporate affairs geared to serve local and national stakeholders. It grants leadership training in governance, public policy and management, ethics and accountability, local, national and international governance, and critical analysis of trends, challenges and issues in governance.
• Major in People Management. Deepens students’ human resource subject matter expertise, and strengthens their ability to think beyond functional boundaries, positioning themselves as vital partners in the development of workplace strategies that deliver business results. It enhances the students’ proficiency in using human resource management technologies to respond to the changing organization environment, apply knowledge in core areas such as: labor management relations, strategic human resource planning, performance management, and organizational development, among others.
• Major in Information Technology Management. The program grants the students a chance to explore the future of advanced and cutting edge technologies that facilitate the flow of information and communications in an organization and the corresponding management processes at an advanced level. It is designed to facilitate advanced learnings on the utilization and evaluation of Information Technology (IT) to meet changing customer needs; on how to weigh the costs of IT decisions; evaluating the effects of IT change on organization; how to help people adopt to change; and, how to explore common problems of management and organization, and their relationship to IT.
• Major in School Management. The program sets an environment that enhances the practitioner’s educational leadership and management and critical understanding of the complexities of educational organizations. The program explores on concepts, cases and issues dealing with the philosophies of education, educational management and administration, comparative analysis of school management in global and cross-cultural contexts, academic policy and strategy formulation, current trends and challenges in education and other academic/learning institution-related management processes.
Thesis or Capstone Project Option
* Thesis. The student prepares a thesis on any area of concern in management he/she may deem suitable for his/her purpose in conformity with accepted standards.
* Capstone. The student develops a short-term project proposal for one trimester and eventually implement during the succeeding trimester
Doctor of Philosophy
• Major in Information Technology Management. Designed for students interested in pursuing advanced study of business and information technology management. It aims to enhance the student’s articulation of how information technology changes the way businesses operate and the dynamics of managing the IT resources and processes as anchored on various IT architecture and infrastructure frameworks and models. The program deals with interdisciplinary study in management and information systems and focuses on theory and practice, the dimensions of organizations and the associated IT leadership and governance.
• Major in Management. Designed to enhance the professional development of students through mentoring, action research and practical projects, enabling them to make key leadership contributions in their area of expertise. It helps the students appreciate and analyze current management theories, become subject matter experts in various areas of management, develop a leadership style, effectively manage change, and predict future trends in business/enterprise management. The program equips the students with advanced managerial skills and knowledge to address issues and challenges arising in a complex organization, both in the private and public sectors.
• Major in People Management. Prepares the students to lead, consult, or teach in the field of human resources within a complex and global business environment. It helps in developing human resource practitioners’ skills in analyzing the link between human resource functions and corporate/ business strategy to provide appropriate intervention toward sustained human resource management. It prepares students to be actively involved in exploring and creating practical solutions to human resource related problems, contributing to the formulation of best alternative and options for decision making.
• Major in School Management. The program develops school managers responsive to the global and national needs for quality research and development. Aside from the philosophy and advanced organization and management related courses, the program covers concepts, cases and issues dealing with school legislation and labor laws, strategic human resource management in education, management of curriculum and instruction, social relations in school management, fiscal administration in school management, management of school services, and educational innovation and technology.
Our pool of invited professors brings in a well entrenched experience from the academe and from the industry. They are tasked to facilitate a well-grounded academic experience that complements the practical orientation of any student who is at the forefront of evolving and emerging demands in the workplace.
Career of our Graduates
Letran GSPS graduates manage their own businesses, hold top-level, managerial and supervisory positions. Also, consultancy work counts as one competence our students gain. Letran GSPS endeavors to unfold, enhance, strengthen the potential of students for them to trail blaze a corporate performance beyond the stereotypes. This, GSPS believes shapes them to withstand the competition.
GSPS Organizational Structure
Dr. RHODORA G. ODEJAR
Vice President for Academic and Research
DR. RUEL V. MANINGAS
DR. ROBERTO DV. REVILLA
DR. EVANGELINE T. PASION
MBA Coordinator (Part-Time)
DR. LALAINE B. OCAMPO
GSPS Program Marketing Coordinator (Part-time)
MS. GLORIA C. BATOON
GSPS Faculty Members
Dr. Jollie N. Alson
Dr. Mayra Christina M. Ambrocio
Dr. Maria Christina R. Aragon
Prof. Don S. Avelino
Dr. Neil P. Balba
Prof. Dulce T. Barraquio
Prof. Redentor P. Caguioa
Prof. Priscila R. Caparas
Arch. Mariano M. Delos Santos
Prof. Antonino N. Diokno
Dr. Nimfa C. Gamban
Dr. Narciso N. Garciso
Engr. Christopher V. Gonzales
Prof. Lorenzo B. Isla
Dr. Josephine G. Maningas
Dr. Ruel V. Maningas
Dr. Rommel R. Mansueto
Prof. Melchor Morandarte
Dr. Lalaine B. Ocampo
Dr. Rhodora G. Odejar
Dr. Tessie G. Ong
Dr. Evangeline T. Pasion
Atty. Eleno O. Peralta
Dr. Bernardo M. Redoña
Dr. Roberto DV.Revilla
Engr. Reynaldo R. Robles
Dr. Bienvenido S. Saniano
Prof. Ruben A. San Mateo
Prof. Johnny Boy S. Tizon
Prof. Jerome Villadares
Graduate School Requirements
• Transcript of Records (original and photocopy)
• Two Photocopies of NSO authenticated birth certificate
• Two Letters of Recommendations
• Two Photocopies of Marriage Contract (for Married Females)
• Two pcs. 2x2 and 2 pcs. 1x1 pictures
Application/Examination Fee (P600)
• Regular Enrollment : May 14 - June 14,2013
• Late Enrollment : June 15 - 29, 2013
Start of Classes : June 15, 2013
Schedule of Classes : Every Satuday
8:00 to 6:00 pm