Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa

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University of Muntinlupa
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa
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Type Public university
Established May 29, 1991
Affiliation Philippine Schools, Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (PSCUAA), Association of Local Colleges and Universities-Accreditation Commission (ALCU-AC), Local Colleges and Universities.
President Dr. Ellen E. Presnedi
Location Muntinlupa City, Philippines
Website www.plmun.edu.ph

Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa is a local university in the Philippines.

History[edit]

On May 29, 1991, the Municipal Council of Muntinlupa passed Resolution No. 91-191 and Resolution No. 91-192 officially creating a government-run college, which gave rise to the Muntinlupa Polytechnic College (MPC). Housed in the Pedro E. Diaz High School in Alabang, Muntinlupa, the college started with 309 students.

With the increase in the number of enrollees, MPC moved to another temporary location on the second floor of the Contessa Building in Poblacion, where all offices and classrooms were air-conditioned. At this time MPC established linkages with the Commission on Higher Education for the development of quality education.

In March 1998, MPC realized its dream of moving from the compact Contessa Building to its own permanent two-storey building, which was erected at the Muntinlupa National High School Compound in the NBP Reservation Area.

In 2002, the construction of the Academic Building was completed with the third and fourth floors that house the library, auditorium and additional classrooms. A year later, by virtue of City Ordinance No. 03-089, MPC became a university and acquired its present name.

Admission requirements[edit]

For high school graduates[edit]

  • Form 138 (fourth year high school card) or Form 137
  • Certificate of good moral character from principal/guidance counselor
  • Two identical 2x2 pictures
  • Photocopy of birth certificate
  • PEPT (if any)
  • Personal interview
  • Entrance examination
The Main Building of the University

For transferees[edit]

  • Official transcript of records from the school last attended
  • Certificate of good moral character from dean/guidance Office
  • Two identical 2x2 pictures
  • Personal interview
  • Entrance examination

Special programs[edit]

  • Official Transcript of Record (OTR)
  • Good moral character from dean/guidance counselor
  • Two identical 2x2 pictures
  • Personal interview

All married applicants should submit a photocopy of their marriage certificate.

Curricular offerings[edit]

The university offers courses such as Bachelor of Education in Elementary and Secondary Educations, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Criminology, and Commerce, Marketing and Management courses, Associate in Computer Technology, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts majors in Psychology, Political Science, Mass Communication and Certificate of Teaching Proficiency for non-education graduates who wants to pursue a teaching profession and a Certificate of Teaching in Early Childhood Education.[1]

Graduate school offers MBA, MaEd and Master in Criminology It also maintains a Center for Research and Extension Services and serves as a review center for teachers and criminology board exams.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cruz, Liza P. (2004-06-11). "Coming in with Too Little Too Late in Solving Crisis". The Manila Bulletin Online. Archived from the original on 2004-06-11. Retrieved 2008-08-19. 

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