School of Medicine
The Xavier University – Dr Jose P Rizal School of Medicine hopes that, like the national hero after whom it was named, the graduates of the medical school will embody in their profession, a great love for and commitment to life, to the country and especially to the poor.
College of Law
The College of Law is one of the top ten performing law schools in the country today. As a Jesuit professional school, it is dedicated to developing competent and socially-conscious lawyers who see the legal profession foremost as a public service. Xavier Ateneo Law abides by the principle that those who have less in life should have more in law.
Its curriculum is designed to widen and deepen the appreciation and understanding of the history and development of the law and to encourage continuing education and research consistent with the nature of the field.
(SOE) School of Education Graduate School
The School of Education aims at becoming a leading Teacher Education Institution by fervently improving its teaching and learning practices through a comprehensive continuing education program anchored on relevant research and training.
The School of Education is recognized as a Center of Excellence in Teacher Education Program by the Commission on Higher Education and as a Center of Training Institution for the Department of Education’s Certificate and In-Service Education and Training (INSET) Programs. The School also holds a Level III Re-accredited Status granted by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU).
(SBM) School of Business & Management Graduate School
The School of Business and Management has now earned PAASCU Level III Accreditation for the Accountancy and Business Administration programs. It is nationally recognized as one of the top performing schools in the CPA Licensure Examinations, and has made a mark in national business and finance student competitions.
The formation of students in the School of Business and Management is primarily geared towards forming ethical graduates with leadership capability and a global perspective. It is committed to empowering graduates to possess the knowledge, skills and attitudes to create and manage wealth for the common good. They are trained to competently assume employment positions in business, industry, government and the academe, but are more strongly driven to establish, manage and sustain enterprises that contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of our countrymen, especially the marginalized. The School of Business and Management advocates social entrepreneurship as the means to make a difference in the lives of people. The Student Entrepreneurship Program provides an avenue for emerging entrepreneurs to learn entrepreneurial values, business ethics, environmental stewardship and corporate social responsibility.
(COE) College of Engineering Graduate School
Preparation and development works are currently ongoing for the offering of the Master of Geomatics and Disaster Risk Reduction (geoDRR) Program by SY 2022-2023. It would be the major output of the EU-funded geoDRR project of which the College of Engineering and the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering department of the College of Agriculture are jointly involved, together with universities from Malaysia, Cambodia and Europe. It is a non-thesis masteral program that will cover disaster risk and resilience content from physical and geospatial sciences, engineering disciplines as well as the social science specializations that include management, planning, and a survey of local and international DRR laws and policies. Students will gain knowledge and skills in current disaster risk and resilience research and practice fields, disaster risk drivers, risk communication, and disaster risk reduction strategies, disaster resilience-building theory and practices.
College of Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies
Being one of the oldest higher academic programs since 1938, the College of Arts and Sciences holds the distinction as one of the two colleges to first offer the Master of Arts degree in 1948 (MA Literature) and the first to offer the Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1976 (PhD in Sociology). This pioneering history of excellence in the area of social sciences and active engagement to professional growth by training teachers who do further studies in their field of specialization had advanced CAS Graduate Program through the years to continually expand its offerings by complementing its Master of Arts programs with Master of Science programs in natural sciences.
With Level IV PAASCU accreditation, CHED recognition as Center of Development, and CHED partner as Delivering Institution on selected MA and MS degree programs during the K-12 transition, CAS Graduate Program gears to sustain its culture of research and commitment to greater knowledge among its students for them to be resilient, productive and future ready.
After the restructuring of the graduate programs took effect in SY 2021-2022, CAS houses 9 graduate programs arranged chronologically.
- Master of Arts in Economics (1966)
- Master of Arts in History (1966)
- Master of Arts in Sociology (1966)
- Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology (1976)
- Master of Arts in Psychology (2004)
- Master of Arts in English Language (2014)
- Master of Arts in Literature (2014)
- Master of Science in Biology (2016)
- Master of Science in Chemistry (2017)