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Program Educational Objectives

The Faculty Development Office (FDO) is an academic unit under the Office of the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs. Its main responsibility is to plan, implement and monitor the faculty development programs of the school/department as well as those of the University.

The University’s Faculty Development Program is a result of the consolidated faculty development plans of the different schools and departments. 推荐最近最火的堵博软件 follows the faculty development framework (Diagram 1) wherein the schools/departments conduct their own needs analysis which will be used as inputs to their faculty development plan. The FDO consolidates these plans to come up with the Institutional Faculty Development 推荐全球十大网堵正规平台.

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The programs of the Faculty Development Office (FDO) are largely based on the needs analysis done by the deans/chairs of the different schools. The FDO coordinates with the deans/chairs in order to align the faculty development programs of the University. The overall goal of FDO is to enhance the teaching ability of faculty members through formal and non-formal education. This is also in line with the accreditation requirements of the Commission on Higher Education and other accrediting bodies.

FDO has two major programs namely

  1. Formal Education
  2. Non - Formal Education

Formulation and Implementation of Faculty Development Program

General Procedure

  1. Course offerings (changes in the curricula)
  2. Faculty profile insofar as academic preparation is concerned
  3. The development plan of the school/department
  4. The dean or committee chair shall submit to the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs (EVPAA) thru the FDO, annual faculty development program of the school/department for evaluation and approval, not later than two weeks before the start of each academic year.
  5. The overall faculty development priority needs of 推荐最近最火的堵博软件 shall be established by the FDO based on the priority needs defined by the different schools, in line with the University's development agenda.
  6. All financial transactions shall be subject to the usual accounting and auditing procedures.
  7. A yearly program accomplishment and evaluation report shall be submitted by the Deans/Subject Chairs or the Committee Chairs to EVPAA thru the FDO.