The Master in Technical and Technology Education (MTTE) program prepares interested professionals to become technical and technology leaders and trainers in the basic and higher education institutions, TVET, and industries. The program provides both theoretical, practical and research trainings.

Upon graduating in the program, the students shall be able to:

a.) exhibit excellent communicative competence in both oral and written forms

b.) demonstrate cultural sensitivity and adaptability to diverse culture

c.) develop strong foundation to explain theoretical bases in their field of specialization

d.) conduct studies that will provide short-term and long-term solution to identified technical problem using knowledge and skills in research

e.) prepare and design innovative instructional materials

f.) actively engage in community development programs and activities

g.) apply professional creative skills learned in the production of instructional materials with the use of available resources and technologies

h.) formulate plans that enhances instructional delivery and processes

  • School Heads/Principals
  • Supervisors
  • Master Teacher
  • Department Chairperson/Coordinators
  • TVET Administrator
  • TESDA Tainer/Assessor
  • Researcher
  • Research Adviser