The College of Business and Management started in School Year 2008 with initial course offerings in:
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA)
The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) degree is an undergraduate four-year course that provides a foundation of professional knowledge, skills, values, ethics and attitudes enabling the students to learn and adapt fast to change throughout their professional lives. The program will provide a broad base of knowledge concerning accounting, auditing, management and cost accounting, taxation, macro environmental, economic and industry issues, business process structures, functions and practices as well as the general education courses.
Graduates of this course can be professional accountants in various fields such as public accountancy practice, commerce and industry, government and the academe.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is a four-year course with career focus areas designed to prepare students with specialized knowledge and skills in their chosen fields. This will allow students to personalize their education by focusing their elective choices on an area of study that best fits their desired career path. Through a comprehensive curriculum they have opportunities to:
The elective major choices of study are Management, Management Accounting, Financial Management, and Marketing Management.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Management, prepares students to run their own or others businesses. The students are provided with basic and advanced theories, principles and procedures in planning, organizing, directing and controlling all aspects of business operation. It includes fundamental discussions of principles of organization, rationale, structure, functions and various principles/models underlying the management of any enterprise.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Management Accounting, covers the principles of business management with an accounting orientation. Students of this course have career paths as business managers, project evaluators, Accounting systems analysts, accounting officers and treasury analysts, and treasury analysts.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Financial Management prepares students for positions in corporate financial management. This course develops essential skills in problem-solving, with emphasis on wealth maximization; presents a greater understanding of political, social, legal, regulatory, and technological issues in the context of micro and macro finance; equips students with an integrated view of the theoretical and practical aspects of Finance; and prepares them for careers in financial management, financial institutions, financial markets, law, government service and related fields.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Marketing Management combines business theory, skills, and applications. Students learn how marketing works and how companies creatively position their products or services to create the desired image and response from their customers. Students also receive practical training in marketing research, retail, entrepreneurship, selling and sales management, marketing strategy and planning, developing business ideas, and writing business plans, and creating opportunities to network and learn from other entrepreneurs. The Major in Marketing student can pursue careers in business, industry, or government, or move on to graduate studies.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Human Resources Management, provides students with the essential knowledge, current concepts, and latest thinking in the field. Students are familiarized with and updated on the changes and innovations in the workplace environment, and these enable them to apply their communication as well as technological skills in dealing with other people.
This course is intended for two types of management-oriented students: (1) Students who believe they will be more effective in their future careers if they master the skill of managing people in technical work settings as line managers and (2) Students who plan to specialize in the industrial relations and personnel functions as staff managers.
This area is concerned with developing and disseminating knowledge and skills concerned with the management and utilization of human resources to meet the needs of individuals and organizations in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.
Students majoring in Human Resources have a career path in human relations, or as HR managers, recruitment officers, employee relations officers, or organizational development officers.
The College of Business and Management aims to develop strong business leaders ready to face the world in good or challenging times because it believes in harnessing the full leadership potential of every business student. As future business leaders who shall shape the economic skyline of the world, locally and globally, they have to be fully equipped and ready to seize opportunities of strengthening their talent through leadership development, thus raising themselves to a competitive advantage.
The College of Business and Management aims to equip and inculcate in every Business student sound judgment, a stable and good sense of values, and an unyielding commitment to the future of business. Undoubtedly, the insights, knowledge, and skills needed for a leadership that refuses to crumble in crucial times are acquired only through experience and steeped in a business-oriented education.