Degree Program Partnerships and Evaluation

Through partnerships with other colleges and universities, CMDI helped shape the following degree programs:


  • Academic Track
    • Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM)
      • In CMDI Main and Tagum Campus
      • Government Permit (R-IVA) No. SHS-627, series of 2015
      • Government Permit (R-IX) No. SHS-127, series of 2015
  • Techno-Vocational-Livelihood Track
    • Information and Communications Technology (ICT) – Computer Programming
      • Government Permit (R-IVA) No. SHS-039, series of 2016

  • Microfinance Technology NCII Program
    • In CMDI Main Campus
    • CoPR 201304032252
  • Microfinance Technology NCII Accredited Assessment Center
    • In CMDI Main Campus
    • Accd No. AC-MIC0204031517155

  • Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship with specialization in Microfinance (BSE) in CMDI Main Campus
    • CHED Permit No. 089 series of 2016
  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) in CMDI Main Campus
    • CHED Permit No. 058 series of 2016
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (BSIS) in CMDI Main Campus

MS Degree

  • Master of Arts in Organization Development, specializing in Microfinance Management (MA in OD) in partnership with Southeast Asian Interdisciplinary Development Institute (SAIDI)
  • Master in Productivity and Quality Management, major in Microfinance Management in partnership with the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP)
  • Master of Science in Development Management and Governance, major in Microfinance Institution and Microinsurance Institutions in partnership with the University of the Philippines – Los Baños (UPLB)





CMDI’s Accreditation Program startred in 2014 with the objective to determine if the staff are equipped with the needed knowledge, skills, and attitude to effectively perform his/ her specific duties and responsibilities.

The staff need to satisfy the requirements of the Accreditation Program in order to continue performing his/ her work and/ or to be considered for promotion. The staff member who is not able to comply may be provided with other interventions such as re-training (may need to enroll in refresher courses and/ or engage in self-study and then retake the test. The performance of the training participants is forwarded to the respective institution head, regional director, and HR for appropriate action.

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