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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY


The College of Business and Accountancy responds to the increasingly complex and globally interconnected world. The college provides programs with a strong balance between the liberal arts, business courses, and practical work experiences outside of class.

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Accountants are an integral part of private, public and non-profit organizations. Career will bring the range of professional opportunities into focus for current and prospective accounting students. Graduates can be employed in various fields of endeavor including, but not limited to: Public Accounting; Government Accounting; Private Accounting; Accounting Education; Forensic Accounting; Financial Accounting; Management Accounting; and Auditing.


When you are a graduate of Accountancy, you can set career towards management in any private, public, and government organizations. Your career as an accountant will give you choices and opportunities locally but also globally.  As an accountant, you will have excellent career opportunities.



Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology

On the other hand, if you’re a graduate of Accounting Technology, you have learned the complete accounting cycle for service, merchandising, and manufacturing businesses. To make use of technology, you have been taught to use computers to maintain and reconcile various financial records, verify business records, and process financial data for decision making.

Looking for work will not be difficult since you are qualified to be a general accounting clerk, microcomputer accounting clerk, accounts receivable/payable clerk, payroll clerk, cost accounting clerk and junior accounting technician. 


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Financial Management

The Financial Management program is designed to make students understand the basic finance concepts. It provides the synthesis of financial policy into a grand strategy which integrates organizational purpose and goals. It also involves studies on decision-making utilizing financial resources available to the firm from the perspective of the managers. The program will equip students with the business knowledge and skills needed in today’s global economy. A graduate of Financial Management course may become a Credit and Collection Assistant; Management Trainee in Bank or Insurance Company; New Account Personnel; Cashier; Treasury; Assistant; Credit Analyst; Trader/Financial Analyst; and Entrepreneur.

Given our financial and economic realities, we just can’t sit back and leave money management to chance. We can have a financially healthy life if we sensibly manage our money. With Financial Management, you can improve your ability to make right decisions. You will learn how to handle money vis-à-vis maximize assets. You’ll be equipped with the business knowledge and skills needed in today’s global economy.


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management

The Marketing Management program prepares the graduate for careers in marketing, market research, advertising and public relations. The curriculum provides graduate with both technical skills and competencies to equip them with knowledge and skills for effective marketing and sales strategies. A marketing management graduate has a number of career options in many work venues, namely, Marketing Assistant; Accountant Executive; Merchandising; PR/ Advertising Assistant; Service Crew; Customer Service Agent/Representative; Junior Sales Trainer; Receptionist; Entrepreneur; Product/Brand Assistant; and Order/Billing Assistant.

You are creative. You are charismatic. You are interested in finding out what people like and dislike. You are able to communicate yourself well.  You have qualities of a marketer. However, studying Marketing Management can make you an excellent one. You will learn the role and importance of market research and analysis as well as understanding consumer behavior. You will gain knowledge about marketing strategy and industrial marketing. Later, you can work in export marketing, product development or even become a marketing strategist.


Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

If you are someone who thinks that you can do something better and actually do it, you can be an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs can help improve the lives of others. Entrepreneurs help the economy grow. Studying entrepreneurship will give you a very rewarding experience, offer you many opportunities. You will learn the necessary perspectives and skills in planning for, putting up, managing and fostering innovations in a business.  You will also be able to test your business plan and later launch it as your business venture. 

Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information System

As a field of study, Accounting Information System combines knowledge in business, accounting and computer system. It involves partnering with management operations and decision-making, by coordinating the information technology activities, providing expertise in choosing the best software or designing and maintaining the overall information system, assessing the integrity of system, assessing the inefficiencies of a company's system and recommending improvements to assist management in the formulation and implementation of an organization's strategy.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Management


The Human Resource Management program provides the student techniques for organizing businesses, hiring personnel and training individuals for a career and helps students develop a strategic approach to recruiting, training and developing an organization’s most important asset: its people. Through seeking out and acquiring the best talents available, the business is helped to meet its goal. Human Resources career opportunities include, but not limited to: Employee Relations Managers; Payroll Managers; Recruiting Managers; Compensation and Benefits Managers; Training and Development Managers.

ADMISSION

Admission

Admission exam is administered by the Guidance and Testing Center.
The following scores must be considered before admitting a student applicant to their respective course intended to be enrolled:

Academic Program

MAB Score

Arithmetic Score

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

85

12

Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology

80

8

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

80

8

Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

80

8

 

Student still wish to be admitted to the course they intended to be enrolled are place into a probationary period for a semester.

Retention

Accountancy Department

A Student Contract is entered into for reasons and purposes of monitoring, supervising, and enhancing Student’s Performance in the course / program that he/she is enrolled, and involving parents in the program of study of their children.

The Accountancy Faculty Council shall take care of assessing, evaluating and granting Student Status at the start of each semester. A status granted to a student will remain valid for one (1) semester.

This Student Contract will be kept confidential by the Department Program Head. 

Status

Qualifications

Honor Student/ Dean’s Lister

  • With no grade below 2.00 in all subjects taken

  • Active JPIA member

  • Of good moral and right conduct

Regular Student

  • With no grades below the cut-off grade of 2.00 for BSA in all Board Subjects, 2.25 for the BS/AcT in Acctg 001, and Acctg. 002 subjects

  • Provisionary clause : BSAcT students on regular status may shift to BS program if and only if BSA grade requirements are satisfied

  • Active JAPIA Member

  • Of good moral and right conduct

Probationary Student

  • With grade below the cut-off of 2.00 in all Board Subjects, with failing and   deficiencies (DRP/INC) grade/s in either general education, professional and board subjects taken, (basis Immediate Previous Grade Slip  and Evaluation Form from the Registrar Office), grade’s below cut-off grade of 2.00 in all Board Subjects must be repeated only once.

  • Of good moral and right conduct

Warning

  • With massive grade/s below the cut-off grade of 2.00 in all Board Subjects, with failing and deficiencies (DRP/INC) grade/s in either general education. Professional and board subjects taken., (basis Immediate Previous Grade Slip and Evaluation Form from the Registrar Office), grade/s below cut-off grade of 2.00 in all Board Subjects must be repeated only once.

  • Active JPIA member

  • Having committed less grave offenses stated and defined in the University student’s handbook.

Debarred

  • Has not met the cut-off grade for consecutive terms in the same Board Subject.

  • Has five (5) cumulative grade below the cut-off of the Board Subjects in the entire duration of the completion of the course.

  • Provisionary Clause: Due process will be accorded to students in their Terminal Year.

  • Integration Course Review Stage, who have committed the condition for automatic termination by the Accountancy Faculty Council, whose decisions are referred and endorsed to the College Dean, and with the College Dean’s approval, are final, binding, and executor.

  • Having massive cumulative failing grades/grade deficiencies.    Committed grave misconduct.

  • Not at all participating in JPIA activities


Business Education

Student

Deficiency Status

Regular Student

Transferee/Shifting Student

Reminded

1st, 2nd, or Nth term with an accumulated deficiencies of not more than 10% of the total units of the program

1st, 2nd, and 3rd with an accumulated deficiencies of not more than 10% of the total units of the Program including the General Education taken from previous school and/or college and/or department

Warning

2nd or Nth term with an accumulated deficiency of more than 10% but less than 20% of the total units of the program

2nd or Nth term with an accumulated deficiency of more than 10% but less than 20% of the total units of the program including the General Education taken from previous school and/or college and/or department

Last Warning

3rd or Nth term with an accumulated deficiency of 20% or more of the total units of the program.

3rd or Nth term with an accumulated deficiencies of 20% or more of the total units of the program including the General Education taken from previous school and/or college and/or department

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