The Binalbagan Campus Graduate School will offer an extensive array of programs come June 2015 to cater to potential graduate students from the southern part of Negros Occidental.
It is a boon to the residents of the municipality and the adjacent areas because they no longer have to travel to the provincial capital Bacolod City to avail of affordable yet quality education.
The professors for the Graduate Programs will be the ones bringing the education to Binalbagan as they travel the long miles to make graduate studies available to those who live away from the capital but are eager for higher learning.
The Campus already offers Master of Arts in Teaching Fishery Technology (MATFT), and will add the following programs to its rolls: Doctor of
Philosophy in Technology Management (Ph.D.T.M.); Doctor of Education, major in Educational Management (Ed.D.); Master of Arts in Education, major in Educational Management (MAEd); Master of Arts in Teaching, major in Mathematics, Technology and Livelihood Education, English or General Science (MAT); Master in Technology Management (MTM); Master in Business Administration (MBA); and Master in Public Administration (MPA).
Newly installed Binalbagan Campus Executive Director Dr. Andrew Eusebio Tan and Graduate School Coordinator Dr. Heide Taleon are spearheading the campaign and the information dissemination to attract students to enroll this upcoming semester.