Philippine Christian University Transnational Education Extension Program Towards a Model for Sustainable Distance Learning: A Case Study
Keywords:education, transnational education, distance learning, sustainable learning, distance education model
This study is designed to explore three salient points: (1) the current status of operations of academic institutions in the Philippines brought about by the pandemic; (2) the innovative approaches of academic institutions that continue to survive and flourish in their continued delivery of academic services while still maintaining the required minimum standard and even above par set by the Commission for Higher Education (CHED CMO 15, s. of 2019); and (3) the indicators of economic sustainability of PCU’s TNEEP program both in the short-run and long-term operations. The research design is historical, documentary, and field survey. It is historical in nature as the researcher looked into the historical background of TNEEP in terms of its operations, market environment, demand factor, policy factor and sustainability indicators. It is also documentary in nature as the researcher looked into the documents relevant to TNEEP’s operations. Finally, it is a field survey as a questionnaire is constructed to elicit answers to the questions raised in the statement of the problem.
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