By Denmark Orita
Posted on April 1, 2016
In order to give the quality education that students deserve, 10 programs coming from the different colleges of Cagayan State University (CSU) will undergo Level III Re-Accreditation of the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) this year.
The ten programs are Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication, Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology of CSU Carig Campus, Bachelor in Elementary Education and Bachelor in Secondary Education of CSU Andrews Campus, Bachelor of Science in Fisheries of CSU Aparri, and Bachelor of Science in Agriculture of CSU Piat.
Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Mariden Cauilan, is confident all ten programs will get the certification of the AACCUP, considering the preparedness of these programs.
“We are positive that our programs will pass the accreditation because of our qualified faculty members, revised curriculum, outcomes-based syllabi and updated library and computer laboratories and because we are also active in the field of research and extension,” Cauilan said.
Cauilan sought the support of the whole CSU family to ensure the success of the accreditation.
“I would like to appeal to the whole CSU community to please let us put our efforts together for us to have these programs Level III re-accredited by AACUP.”
The vice president informed the CSU website that, aside from the 10 programs, 46 programs--eight from Aparri, eight from Gonzaga, seven from Lal-lo, and 23 from Andrews--are also set for re-accreditation this year.