1. Ethics and Morals
    • Has moral standards, adheres to an ethical code of conduct in professional life, and serves as a role model to others.
    • Is honest and faithful to oneself and to others.
    • Has a sacrificial spirit, a heart for public service, and understands oneself and others.
    • Has self-discipline and a sense of responsibility, respect others’ rights, and is a good listener.
    • Respects the rules and regulations of organizations and society.
  2. Knowledge
    • Understands fundamental concepts and principles in various fields including the Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences and Languages.
    • Has a knowledge and understanding of principles, theories and concepts in knowledge that are studied.
    • Is able to analyze and explain the principles of courses that are studied.
    • Is able to integrate and apply knowledge appropriately in real-life situations.
  3. Cognitive Skills
    • Understands concepts and is able to think systematically.
    • Able to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate problems by using knowledge obtained through study.
    • Able to apply knowledge to solve problems in various situations properly and appropriatel
  4. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
    • Has good human relation skills, is able to adapt to situations and organizational culture.
    • Is responsible to society, organizations, and for assigned work.
    • Able to assume the roles of either a leader or a follower in various circumstances.
  5. Quantitative Analytical, Communication and Information Technology Skills
    • Able to use knowledge in mathematics or statistics to analyze data and present it in a suitable manner.
    • Able to communicate with others appropriately through listening, speaking, reading, writing, and presenting information.
    • Able to use information technology skills to search for, collect, analyze, and present data properly.
  1. Ethics and Morals
    • Understand and acquire values, ethics, and morals in educational administration
    • Be honest and learn self-discipline with regards to time and responsibility to oneself, to one’s profession, and to society.
    • Demonstrate personal skills in respecting others, leading, and following in a group or team work.
    • Respect rules and regulations of organizations and society.
  2. Knowledge
    • Acquire knowledge and understanding of the principles and theories pertinent to the field of studies.
    • Exhibit ability to analyze problems and to understand and explain the needs in education.
    • Show interest and be cognizant of recent and ongoing knowledge developments in the field of studies.
    • Display a broad knowledge within the field of studies.
    • Foster the integration of what is learnt with other related disciplines.
  3. Cognitive Skills
    • Be able to think systematically and holistically.
    • Be able to search, define, and evaluate information for solving problems creatively.
    • Be able to apply the knowledge and skills to solve education problem appropriately.
  4. Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility
    • Be able to communicate effectively to different groups of people.
    • Be able to assist and facilitate problem solving in different situations in individual or group contexts, both as a leader and a team member.
    • Responsible for individual work and/or group work and professional development.
  5. Numerical, Communication and Technology Skills
    • Demonstrate skills in applying quantitative tools for problem solving.
    • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats.
    • Be able to choose appropriate types of media for presentations.