The National University established the Graduate School in July 1921 with a degree program leading to Master of Art in Education (major in Administration and Supervision) in line with its mission. The course was accredited in January 1923. Camilo Osias had taken over the helm of the school which had just acquired a university status . The first graduates of the program were conferred their degrees in May 1930 . The Graduate School and the University closed during the war . After the war , the Graduate School was reorganized in October 1945. Resuming operations with the first batch of graduates in 1947. Eventually , other programs were offered to meet the growing concerns of graduate students.
Today , the Graduate Studies offers a program in the Masters of Arts in Education and the Doctor of Education with a specialization in Educational Management.
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