Academics posts record-high enrollment statistics in SY 2022-2023
September 30, 2022 | 2:25 pm
Academics has surpassed its own record of enrollment in SY 2022-2023 with a total of 6,528 students enrolled as of September 23, 2022. This is the highest statistics since SY 2015-2016.
Based on the rationalization, one (1) medical student is equivalent to four (4) undergraduate students in terms of fees and vice versa. The original target number of Medicine students across all levels is 1,101. The number of actual Medicine students enrolled is 1,150, which has an excess of 50 students from the target. This is equivalent to 200 undergraduate students.
The target number of students enrolled in SY 2022-2023 is 6,570. The actual number of students enrolled is 6,528, or 6,678 including the excess medicine students. This is 108 students more than the target, making Academics not only hit the target but posted a record-high enrollment in 8 school years.
|Program||Grand Total Enrollment in SY 2022-2023||SY 2021-2022|
Doctor of Philosophy
in Health Sciences by Research
|10||6||Not yet offered|
|Doctor of Medicine||1,101||1,151 (excess of 50 students-50×4=200)= 1,301||1,135|
|Master in Public Health||40||32||32|
|Master of Arts in Nursing||30||25||30|
|Doctor of Dental Medicine||120||25||Not yet offered|
|BS Physical Therapy||613||698||665|
|BS Occupational Therapy||352||329||334|
|BS Speech and Language Pathology||228||199||209|
|BS Molecular Diagnostics||45||7||Not yet offered|
|BS Radiologic Technology||417||415||455|
|BS Nuclear Medicine Technology||156||121||107|
|BS Medical Laboratory Science||835||854||833|
|BS in Life and Health Sciences||40||43||Not yet offered|
6,678 inclusive of excess in Medicine
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