Education Philosophy

The Education Department believes that

  • Christian educators are agents of change and co-laborers with God in the redemptive and restorative work.
  • Christian educators should be reflective thinkers and practitioners, and lifelong learners who model the character of Jesus while capably serving the needs of humanity.
  • Based on the principles found in God’s Word, knowledge must be critically evaluated and applied to the field of education, integrating current research, and instructional technology.

The Education Department provides outstanding Adventist graduate education by an internationally recognized, diverse faculty, preparing innovative educational leaders committed to service.

Education Vision

To be known for excellence in faith based education, engaging students in transformational learning.

Professional Competencies

It is expected that upon completion of their degree programs, graduate students in education will

  • Demonstrate the attributes and skills of competent educational leaders.
  • Serve as effective agents of educational advancement and change.
  • Successfully manage educational programs, personnel, finances, and facilities.
  • Identify, assess, and resolve significant educational issues through strategic planning, creative implementation, and sound evaluation.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships among administrators, faculty, students, parents, and the community at large.
  • Inspire and facilitate personal growth in academic, professional, social, and spiritual dimensions.
  • Insightfully integrate faith, learning, and life values in varied and complex social settings.
  • Reflect the character of Christ, the Master Teacher.
Education Motto
Online Program Director

Leni Casimiro, PhD


AIIAS is a graduate level institution managed by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists based in Maryland, USA

Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies
Lalaan I, Silang, Cavite 4118, Philippines