Basic Education Unit

The Basic Education Unit (BEU), comprised of the Child Study Center, Grade School, High School, Miriam College-Southeast Asian Institute for the Deaf (MC-SAID), and Miriam Adult Education units (MAE), ensures a seamless flow of the curriculum across all units. Its goal is to initiate innovative, relevant and student-centered programs to enhance the basic education system. Constant curriculum review, benchmarking with schools abroad, faculty development and the implementation of enrichment, enhancement and leadership programs ensure that high standards are maintained at all levels.

As a general direction for the BEU, efforts are focused towards honing students’ skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by engaging in initiatives that enrich the curriculum and instructions, and by building interest among girls and young women in these fields.  It is Miriam College’s goal to develop women scientists in service.

 

Higher Education Unit

The Higher Education Unit (HEU) of Miriam College is composed of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), College of Education (CED), College of Business, Entrepreneurship and Accountancy (CBEA), and College of International, Humanitarian and Development Studies (CIHDS). It is a leading institution of higher learning for women committed to the development of effective women leaders who are active agents of social change. It is one of the first schools nationwide to have been granted full autonomy by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

A well-rounded Miriam College education blends academic competence with social awareness and involvement, and spiritual formation. It also believes in the value of student activities in the education process. Thus, students are exposed to a variety of activities designed to meet varied interests and needs. Other outstanding features of Miriam College include its unique courses of study, academically competent professors, a community or family environment, and a clean and green campus.