• Binalbagan Campus to open more Graduate School Programs in June

    The Binalbagan Campus Graduate School will offer an extensive array of programs come June 2015 to cater to potential graduate students from the southern part of Negros Occidental.
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  • Take Two

    The College delivered a breakthrough performance in the Licensure Examination for Teachers as Ann Stefhany De Alvan grabbed the Top Ten slot in the March 2015 LET (Elementary Level).De Alvan followed the lead of her immediate predecessor Elma Pantilagan who was also Top Ten in the same licensure exam in August 2014—making this a twice in a row Top Ten finish for the College.
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  • OBEquitous Changes

    The College’s six degree-granting units each conducted Seminar-Workshops on Outcomes-based Education with focus on curriculum revision, targeting implementation come June 2015. College of Education kicked off the series last March 21, and the remaining academic units were quick to follow suit: College of Industrial Technology on April 16 and 17,College of Fisheries and Criminology on April 21 and 22, School of Arts and Sciences on April 24-25,
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  • DEEP Down in Danjugan

    Binalbagan Campus faculty and staff toured the Danjugan Island Marine Reserve and Sanctuaries camp facility on April 22 to view the site which will house the incoming batch of freshmen Fisheries scholars. The scholarship is funded by the Department of Agriculture–Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Fund and implemented by the Danjugan Island Environmental Education Program.
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  • Green Summit urges sustainable mining
  • Seven Programs in Fortune Towne awarded Level One Accredited Status
  • College elected host of International Conference
  • Five Cum Laudes hired on-the-spot
  • External Auditors assess College’s ISO readiness
  • Alijis, Binalbagan Campuses exhibit excellence in 10th Provincial Wildlife Month
  • New Research and Extension Office blessed, inaugurated
  • PME Office initiates Strategic Planning Workshop

CHMSC offers educational programs at all levels (elementary, secondary and tertiary) including a graduate program for masters and doctoral level. Non-degree courses of two to three years provide opportunities for graduates to continue and finish allied degrees (ladderized).