ABOUT THE OFFICE
The Certificate of Program Compliance (CoPC) Unit is a new unit under the Office of the Vice President for Planning and Quality Assurance established on February 18, 2020, with Special Order (SO) No. 248, series of 2020. The unit, spearheaded by the University COPC Focal Person, is mandated to perform the following functions:
Serve as the USeP Focal Person in the conduct of CHED monitoring and evaluation for the compliance of University programs to their respective Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs)
Identify electronic documents that may be considered common across programs and may be shared among colleges
Manage the eMonitoring System that is provided by CHED for the University
Conduct training and assistance for colleges, when necessary, on the electronic submission of their documents in the CHED eMonitoring System
Conduct initial assessment of electronic documents submitted by colleges in relation to their application for Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC)
Supervise the Evaluators who will conduct program evaluation at the University level and who will recommend necessary actions for the program to be eventually applied for COPC.
The unit strictly adheres to the following set Office Quality Objectives in its day-to-day operations.
Ensure readiness of the programs in the application for Certification of Program Compliance (COPC) to the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd).
Provide assistance to different programs and colleges in complying with the minimum requirements of the program's Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs) prescribed by CHEd.
Act as the focal unit in organizing and managing the CHEd eMonitoring System.
COPC STATUS OF ALL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
|Degree Level||Program||Status||Date of Issuance|
|College of Applied Economics|
|College of Arts and Sciences|
|College of Business Administration|
|College of Education|
|College of Engineering|
|College of Information and Computing|
|College of Technology|
|College of Development Management|
|College of Agriculture and Related Science|
|College of Teacher Education and Technology|