Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges (RMMC)
is a private higher educational institution in General Santos City
. It was established in 1957 as the Mindanao Vocational School (MVS)
. It initially offered technical and short-term courses, like the one-year Collegiate Secretarial Course. In 1961, MVS earned its college status and became Magsaysay Memorial Jr. College (MMC).
For the next few years, MMC added more bachelor's degree courses to its list of programs, like BS in Education and BS in Commerce. It also opened departments for elementary education, secondary education, and kindergarten. Then, in 1978, the school was again renamed in honor of the former Philippine president Ramon Magsaysay.
At present, RMMC provides a wide variety of undergraduate programs in the areas of Accountancy. Business, Teacher Education, Information Technology, Liberal Arts, Criminology, Engineering, Social Work
. A graduate program in Education
is also offered for those who want to pursue further studies after finishing their bachelor's degree program. Aside from these higher education programs, the school also provides a Senior High School (SHS) program featuring the Academic, Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL), and Sports Tracks
. Also available are tech-voc courses
ideal for individuals who want to learn certain skills and earn a National Certificate (NC).
Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges is a TESDA-accredited training center
. In addition to this, the school is recognized by DepEd
; and, many of its undergraduate programs, have accreditations from the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA).
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