Academic Programs

New Era University aims to achieve excellence in different industries and continues to develop its curricular offerings.

Graduate School of Education

The establishment of the Graduate School of Education (GSE) was initiated in 1983 by Dr. Arsenia Diwa, 2nd President of then New Era College (NEC). The first program of study was the Master of Arts in College Teaching (MACT) and Dr. Amanda Mejorada served as the first Dean.
In 1992, under Dr. Corazon Osorio as Dean and concurrently President of NEC, the MACT program was converted to and recognized as Master of Arts in Education Major in Educational Management by then Department of Education, Culture, and Sports – National Capital Region (DECS-NCR). The postgraduate course in education leading to the degree of Doctor of Education Major in Educational Management was granted on August 31, 1993. Both programs passed the Level II – Re-accreditation on February 28, 2005 in accordance with Memorandum Order No. 1 Series of 2005.
On February 28, 2012, with the guidance of Dr. Nilo L. Rosas, former Dean of GSE and now the current President of New Era University, the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities Accrediting Agency Inc. (ACSCU-AAI) granted Level II Re-accreditation status to the Master of Arts in Education Major in Educational Management and Doctor of Philosophy in Education Major in Educational Management.
On March 1, 2013, the program title of Doctor in Education Major in Educational Management (Ed. D) was changed to Doctor of Philosophy (PhD.) Major in Educational Management. The CHED also approved additional major fields of study on March 31, 2013, namely; PhD. in Education major in Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership, Instructional Leadership, Guidance and Counseling, and Special Education and Inclusive Education; also 5 major fields of study in the Master of Arts in Education program, namely; Early Childhood Education, Educational Technology, Environmental Education, Reading Education, and Science Education.
At present, the Graduate School of Education is under the tutelage of Dr. Remedios D. Fuentes.
The College of Respiratory Therapy (CRT) is one of the academic departments of the Center for Medical and Allied Health Sciences (CMAHS) and it obtained its permit to operate from the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) in 2015 under the academic deanship of Prof. Danahlyn D. Evangelista.
The Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Therapy is a four-year program consisting of general health science education subjects and professional subjects. The first and second semesters of the fourth year level includes the 10-month clinical internship program in an accredited training laboratory with rotational duties in different sections of one or more hospitals. Currently, the affiliate hospitals of the College are the Makati Medical Center, the Chinese General Hospital and the National Kidney and Transplant Institute.
The College has a well-stocked and updated Respiratory Therapy book collection and its Respiratory Therapy laboratory is designed to give students hands-on clinical experience which includes different kinds of mechanical ventilators, Spirometry, adult and pediatric mannequins for CPR and intubation, airway care and other respiratory therapy equipment.

Programs Offered

Master of Arts in Education Major in Early Childhood Education


Available in: Main Campus