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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO THE EXPANDED TERTIARY EDUCATION EQUIVALENCY and ACCREDITATION PROGRAM (ETEEAP)
MMSU shall offer CHED- accredited courses in all AB/BS Programs with at least Level II accreditation status.
- Qualifications of an Applicant: An ETEEAP applicant must meet the following qualifications:
- A Filipino citizen
- Must have at least graduated from high school and must have obtained Philippine Education Placement Test (PEPT) equivalent to first year college
- Must have at least five (5) years of work experience related to the course for which he/she is applying
- Must be at least 25 years old
- Must be able to show evidence of capability and thorough knowledge in the field applied for equivalency and accreditation
- Admission Requirements
- Original school credentials, whichever is applicable
- High School Card
- Form 137A
- PEPT Certificate
- Transcript of Records
- NSO Authenticated birth certificate
- 1x1 ID Pictures (most recent and original)
- Service Record /Certificate of employment with job descriptions from present and past employment
- Proof of Good Moral Character i.e NBI/Barangay Clearance
- Recommendation letter from immediate superior
- Interview results
- Personality and work aptitude test results
- Certificate of evaluation results given by the Panel of Assessors
- Proficiency certificate from any of the following:
- Government Regulatory Board
- Licensed Practitioner in the filed
- Business Registration, if any
- ETEEAP application form duly accomplished/ Certificate of trainings/Workshops completed
- Admission Procedures
- Secures ETEEAP application forms from the MMSU-ETEEAP Office.
- Submits accomplished ETEEAP application forms together with the required documents to the same office for preliminary evaluation by the ETEEAP Chief.
- If qualified, he/she goes for interview and submits himself/herself to personality and work aptitude tests.
- Attends the ETEEAP Orientation Seminar
- Submits all documents to the Panel of Assessors for further evaluation/assessment/accreditation
- For formal training: credit transfer
- For non-formal education (sponsored trainings, workshops, etc.) through case to case evaluation of training design and evaluation: credit recommendations will be awarded for each validated training program.
- For informal learning/knowledge obtained through self study: an assessment process which can include written and oral examinations, product presentations, skills demonstration or portfolio assessment.
- For portfolio assessment: the candidate will be assigned to an adviser who will help him/her developed the portfolio.
- In case where the candidate needs further knowledge or skills, he/she shall be advised to enroll in supplemental courses to complete his/her learning then he/she goes back for assessment. In this manner, the candidate earns credits progressively until he/she satisfactorily earns the necessary credits based on competency standards to merit the degree or certificate.
Cost of the Assessment Program
- Candidates shall be required to pay the cost of the assessment programs approved by the Board of Regents.