The University of Luzon Graduate School traces its roots back to its predecessor institutions, the Luzon College of Commerce and Business Administration (LCCBA) and the Luzon Colleges, when it was established in 1964. Originally offering the Master of Arts in Education program, it later expanded its offerings to include Public Administration and Business Administration. These graduate study programs quickly gained recognition from the government, affirming their relevance and responsiveness to the ever-changing societal landscape. The Master of Arts in Education program received government recognition in June 1964, followed by the Master in Public Administration in November 1975, and the Master in Business Administration in October 1984.
In response to the diverse interests of its graduate students, the University of Luzon Graduate School introduced specialized areas of study. Under the Master of Arts program, students can choose from major areas such as Educational Management, Guidance and Counseling, Elementary Education, Library Science, College Teaching, and Physical Education. The Master in Public Administration program offers specializations in Local Government, Community Development, Development Planning and Management, General Curriculum, and Police Administration. The Master in Business Administration curriculum encompasses studies in Corporate and Agribusiness Management, Marketing, and Accounting.
Going beyond master’s programs, the University of Luzon Graduate School also offers doctoral programs, including the Doctor of Public Administration, Doctor of Arts, and Doctor in Business Administration. These programs have received government recognition, with the DBA program being granted a permit to operate in May 2008.
The University of Luzon Graduate School is deeply committed to academic excellence and the provision of high-quality education. Guided by its philosophy of “Perecias y Valias” (skills and values), it envisions harnessing the productive capabilities of its students towards regional and global competitiveness. To achieve this, the graduate school offers research and outreach opportunities that align with the skills and values acquired through its programs. Additionally, students have access to contemporary knowledge and information through internet connectivity, further enhancing their capabilities.
In March 2009, the University of Luzon was granted Autonomous Status, leading to the introduction of a new degree program, the Doctor of Philosophy major in Development Education. Over the years, the graduate school has expanded its program offerings to include a Master in Education in 2017 and a pioneering Master in Information Technology major in General Curriculum and Cybersecurity in 2018, which is perhaps the first of its kind in the region and even on Luzon Island as a whole.
As the University of Luzon Graduate School continues to grow, it remains dedicated to providing quality education for holistic development, in line with its mission and vision.
Doctor of ArtsVIEW COURSE
Doctor of Public AdministrationVIEW COURSE
Doctor in Business AdministrationVIEW COURSE
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy majors in:VIEW COURSE
(a) Development Education
(b) Language Education
(c) Mathematics Education
(d) Criminology Justice (Specialization in Criminal Justice)
Master of Arts in NursingVIEW COURSE
Master of Arts in EducationVIEW COURSE
Master in Business AdministrationVIEW COURSE
Master in Public AdministrationVIEW COURSE
Master in Public HealthVIEW COURSE
Master of Science in CriminologyVIEW COURSE
Master in Information Technology
Master in Information Technology majors in:VIEW COURSE
(a) Cybersecurity and General Curriculum
Master in Education majors in:VIEW COURSE
(a) Science Education
(b) Literacy Education
(c) Mathematics Education