The Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) caters to the needs of some 200 students enrolled in the ten (10) graduate programs. These graduate programs include one (1) diploma (Diploma in Early Childhood Development), six (6) masters (Master of Family Life and Child Development, Master of Science in Food Science, Master in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management, Master of Interior Design, Master of Home Economics, Master of Science in Nutrition), and three (3) doctorate degrees (PhD in Food Science, PhD in Nutrition and PhD in Home Economics).
The Graduate Committee of the College is composed of department representatives recommended by their respective chairs and appointed by the Dean. The Graduate Faculty Council on the other hand is composed of all faculty members teaching graduate courses. The CHE Graduate Committee and the CHE Graduate Council assist the OGS in the implementation of its responsibilities.