ETEEAP


 

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.

  1. Qualifications of an Applicant: An ETEEAP applicant must meet the following qualifications:
    1. A Filipino citizen
    2. Must have at least graduated from high school and must have obtained Philippine Education Placement Test (PEPT) equivalent to first year college
    3. Must have at least five (5) years of work experience related to the course for which he/she is applying
    4. Must be at least 25 years old
    5. Must be able to show evidence of capability and thorough knowledge in the field applied for equivalency and accreditation
  2. Admission Requirements
    1. Original school credentials, whichever is applicable
      1. High School Card
      2. Form 137A
      3. PEPT Certificate
      4. Transcript of Records
    2. NSO Authenticated birth certificate
    3. 1x1 ID Pictures (most recent and original)
    4. Service  Record /Certificate of employment with job descriptions from present and past employment
    5. Proof of Good Moral Character i.e NBI/Barangay Clearance
    6. Recommendation letter from immediate superior
    7. Interview results
    8. Personality and work aptitude test results
    9. Certificate of evaluation results given by the Panel of Assessors
    10. Proficiency certificate from any of the following:
      1. Government Regulatory Board
      2. Licensed Practitioner in the filed
    11. Business Registration, if any
    12. ETEEAP application form duly accomplished/ Certificate of trainings/Workshops completed
  3. Admission Procedures

The applicant

    1. Secures ETEEAP application forms from the MMSU-ETEEAP Office.
    2. Submits accomplished ETEEAP application forms together with the required documents to the same office for preliminary evaluation by the ETEEAP Chief.
    3. If qualified, he/she goes for interview and submits himself/herself to personality and work aptitude tests.
    4. Attends the ETEEAP Orientation Seminar
    5. Submits all documents to the Panel of Assessors for further evaluation/assessment/accreditation

 

Assessment/Accreditation Criteria

  • 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.