Central Mindanao University

It all started as a settlement farm school, one of the few in Mindanao organized by pioneering Americans in 1910. Simply named Mailag Industrial School, this pilot school offered only the first four grades of the elementary agriculture curriculum.

In 1918, it was renamed Bukidnon Agricultural School to which three more grades were added completing the elementary agriculture to grade seven. With this, the school was transferred to Managok, a wider and greener part of Malaybalay, Bukidnon.

Central Mindanao University Offered Courses | Programs


  • Anthropology
  • Applied Physics
  • Applied Psychology
  • Architecture
  • Art Education and Education
  • Art Studies (Art History, Interdisciplinary, Philippine Art)


  • Biology
  • Broadcast Communication
  • Building Technology
  • Business Administration and Accountancy
  • Business Economics and Management


  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering
  • Community Development
  • Comparative Literature
  • Computer Engineering and Sciences


  • Economics
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Elementary Education
  • English Studies: Language
  • English Studies: Literature
  • European Languages


  • Family Life and Child Development
  • Film Studies
  • Food Technology


  • Geodetic Engineering
  • Geography and Geology


  • History
  • Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management


  • Industrial Design
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Interior Design


  • Journalism


  • Landscape Architecture
  • Library and Information Studies
  • Linguistics


  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Metallurgical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
  • Music Studies


  • Painting Studies
  • Philippine Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Physical Education
  • Physics
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Public Administration


  • Secondary Education
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Speech Communication
  • Sport Science
  • Sports Studies
  • Statistics


  • Tourism

Graduate and Postgraduate


  • Anthropology (MA, PhD)
  • Applied Mathematics (MS, PhD)
  • Applied Mathematics/Actuarial Science (PM)
  • Archaeology (Dip, MA, MS, PhD)
  • Architecture (M)
  • Archives and Records Management (M)
  • Art History, Art Theory and Criticism, Curatorial Studies (MA)


  • Biology (Dip, MS, PhD)
  • Business Administration (MBA, DBA)


  • Chemical Engineering (MS, PhD)
  • Chemistry (Dip, MS, PhD)
  • Chemical Education (MS, PhD)
  • Civil Engineering (MS, PhD)
  • Communication (MA, PhD)
  • Comparative Literature (MA, PhD)
  • Computer Science (MS, PhD)
  • Creative and Musical Performing Arts (Dip)
  • Creative Writing (MA, PhD)


  • Data Science (PhD)
  • Demography (MA)
  • Development Economics (M)


  • Early Childhood Development (Dip)
  • Economics (MA, PhD)
  • Education (MA, PhD)
  • Electrical Engineering (M, MS, PhD)
  • English Studies: Anglo-American Literature (MA, PhD)
  • English Studies: Language (MA, PhD)
  • Environmental Engineering (MS, PhD)
  • Environmental Science (MS, PhD)
  • European Languages (MA French, German, Spanish)
  • Exercise and Sport Science (Dip)


  • Family Life and Child Development (MA)
  • Fine Arts (M)
  • Food Science (MS, PhD),/p


  • Geomatics Engineering (MS: Remote Sensing andPhotogrammetry, Applied Geodesy, Geoinformatics)
  • Geography (MS)


  • Hispanic Literature (PhD)
  • History (MA, PhD)
  • Home Economics (MA, PhD)
  • Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (M)
  • Human Movement Science (MS)


  • Industrial Engineering (Dip, MS)
  • Industrial Relations (Dip, M)
  • Interior Design (MA)
  • International Studies (MA)
  • Islamic Studies (MA)


  • Journalism (MA)


  • Librarianship (Dip)
  • Library and Information Science (M, MS)
  • Linguistics (MA, PhD)


  • Malikhaing Pagsulat (MA, PhD)
  • Management (M)
  • Marine Science (MS, PhD)
  • Materials Science and Engineering (MS, PhD)
  • Mathematics (MS, PhD)
  • Media Studies (MA, PhD)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MS, PhD)
  • Metallurgical Engineering (MS)
  • Meteorology (MS, PhD)
  • Microbiology (MS)
  • Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (MS, PhD)
  • Music (MA, PhD)


  • Nutrition (MA)


  • Pagsasalin (MA)
  • Panitikan (MA)
  • Panitikan ng Pilipinas (MA)
  • Performance Studies (PhD)
  • Philippine Studies (MA, PhD)
  • Philosophy (MA, PhD)
  • Physics (MA, MS, PhD)
  • Political Science (MA, PhD)
  • Population Studies (M)
  • Psychology (MA, PhD)
  • Public Administration (MPA, DPA)
  • Public Management (Dip)


  • Regional Development Planning (MS)


  • Social Development (DSD)
  • Social Work (Dip, MA)
  • Sociology (MA, PhD)
  • Speech Communication (MA)
  • Statistics (M, MS, PhD)


  • Technology Management (M)
  • Theatre Arts (MA)
  • Tourism Development and Management (Dip, MS)
  • Tropical Landscape Architecture (M)


  • Urban and Regional Planning (Dip, MA, PhD)


  • Voluntary Sector Management (Dip)


  • Women and Development (Dip, MA)
  • M = Graduate Program (Master) | MA = Graduate Program (Master of Arts) | MS = Graduate Program (Master of Science) | Dip = Post-Baccalaureate Program (Diploma) | PhD = Postgraduate Program (Doctor of Philosophy)

Central Mindanao University Tuition Fees | Payment

Undergraduate700 – 1.200 $
Graduate1.200 – 2.500 $
Library fees1,100. ₱ (Philippine Peso)
Athletic fees75 ₱ (Philippine Peso)
Registration fees40 ₱ (Philippine Peso)
Medical fees50 ₱ (Philippine Peso)
Internet fees425 ₱ (Philippine Peso)
Energy fees260 ₱ (Philippine Peso)
Central Mindanao University Tuition Fees may change.

Central Mindanao University Scholarship

  • Undergraduate Scholarships – DOST-SEI

The S&T Undergraduate Scholarships Program aims to stimulate and entice talented Filipino youths to pursue lifetime productive careers in science and technology and ensure a steady, adequate supply of qualified S&T human resources which can steer the country towards national progress.

The Junior Level Science Scholarship (JLSS) Program aims to: provide scholarships that will finance the education of talented and deserving students in their third year of college and who are pursuing degree programs in the areas of science and technology; and ensure a steady, adequate supply of qualified S&T human resources who can steer the country towards national progress.

Website: https://www.sei.dost.gov.ph

  • Scholarship for Dependents OWWA

A scholarship grant to qualified dependents of OFWs consisting of a maximum of Php 60,000.00 per school year until the completion of baccalaureate course (4-5 years). For incoming freshmen, the selection of scholars is determined through the DOST national examinations. Only the top 400 passers are considered for entry as freshmen; 600 slots are for those who are already enrolled in college.

Website: https://owwa.gov.ph/?page_id=3622

Central Mindanao University Admission | Required Documents | Application Form

Central Mindanao University Admission for (Philippines) Students

1) Applications must be submitted online

2) Choose Programs and apply. Upload Required Documents

Central Mindanao University Admission for (International) Students

1) Applications must be submitted online through application portal
2) Choose Programs
3) Complete your application – Personal details, academic qualifications, etc.
4) Upload documents – Passport, photo, academic transcript, certificate etc.
7) Check the application status on the application portal.
8) Accept the offer on the application portal
9) Get your student visa and ticket

Central Mindanao University Address | Location

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