Other first-time graduates also shine.
Several graduates of MLQU’s programs have added luster to our venerable school by passing their respective licensure and board examinations held by the Professional Regulatory Commission.This gives another good reason for the entire MLQU community to be proud of our university as it celebrates its 75th founding anniversary.
Graduates of the School of Criminal Justice recorded a whopping 83.33 passing average in the latest Licensure Exams for Criminologists as announced last December 2022. They were all first takers. This is a big jump from the 36.36% passing average for first time takers recorded in June 2022.
On the other hand, last November 2022, ten (10) graduates of the School of Engineering successfully passed the Civil Engineering Licensure Examination.
Meanwhile 23 graduates of MLQU School of Architecture joined the country’s roster of new architects after passing the grueling licensure exams.
We recognize this as a remarkable achievement for the graduates of both schools considering they were all first-time takers and given the low passing average for all architecture and engineering graduates who took the tests.
The whole MLQU community joins the respective families of the newly licensed professionals in rejoicing in these achievements that serve to further burnish the school’s 75 years of distinguished legacy which is equaled or surpassed only very few educational institutions in the Philippines.