UP shouldn’t have control over your life decisions especially the career path you wish to take. Post-graduate studies are not considered RS. But as long as the RSA is fulfilled, I see no reason for UP to hold one’s requirements to just to make sure that you’re taking another health course.
I find it unjust for an institution to hold one’s credentials just to make sure that the course you’re taking is still health-related. What if I like to take economics, creative writing, or even visual arts? Will I not be allowed to take these courses?
If this is the case, then we’re limiting the untapped potential of UP graduates. For an institution that promises holistic growth and development, this action is clearly the opposite of how to achieve that.