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Mapua offers fully online engineering, IT programs

Mapua University now offers fully online degree programs that allow working students and those living in provinces to complete a premier engineering and information technology  degree.

The fully online degree programs include computer engineering, electrical engineering, electronics engineering, industrial engineering, computer science, and information Technology or IT, which were approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). 

The online programs are similar to its on-campus counterparts thus the students will get the same quality of education.

The Yuchengco-led university noted that unlike the regular programs, the fully online degrees are self-paced.

This is ideal for working students, and adults who want to finish their bachelor’s degree. 

Likewise, it is applicable to students living outside Metro Manila or in other countries who want to attain the Mapúan education.

Being a digital-ready university, Mapúa will use various online learning platforms where students can access the recorded lectures, references, modules, and assessments anytime.

Some of these learning tools include METIS e-textbooks, Coursera, Wiley Plus, Cengage MindTap, McGraw Connect, Aleks, and Labster, among others. 

Studying in a fully online program costs less as it eliminates other school associated fees such as miscellaneous fees.

Students enrolled under the said programs will also be assisted by life coaches who will guide them through services relating to student concerns. 

Interested parties may enroll at any term of the academic year, through the Mapúa Digital Academics website at www.mapua.edu.ph/DigitalAcademics/.

Topics: Mapua University , online degree programs , Commission on Higher Education
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