Technological Institute of the Philippines

College of Business Education - Quezon City Campus

Outcomes-Based Education
Program Certification
Accountancy
Accounting Information System (formerly Accounting Technology)
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Financial Management (formerly Financial and Management Accounting)
Human Resources Management (formerly Human Resources Development Management)
Marketing Management

Outcomes-Based Education

OUTCOMES-BASED EDUCATION (OBE)

The T.I.P. Implementation of outcomes-based education was driven by the following external entities: 1) Regulatory bodies such as the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), International Maritime Organization (IMO), among others, 2) Local and international accrediting bodies, specifically, the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA), the Philippine Technological Council-Accreditation and Certification Board for Engineering and Technology - Engineering Accreditation Commission (PTC - ACBET - EAC), and ABET, Inc., 3) International certifying bodies, and 4) Feedback from other external constituents.

It is also guided by existing T.I.P. internal policies and initiatives: 1) The T.I.P. Vision, Mission, Core Values, and Core Competencies, 2) T.I.P. Quality Policy, and 3) Other T.I.P. initiatives that supported the OBE implementation such as a) the T.I.P. Faculty and Staff Development Program, and b) The T.I.P. Student Development Program.

The institutional outcome statement was formulated based on the T.I.P. graduates attributes. Outcomes at the program level and course level were also formulated aligned with institutional outcomes.

The framework which T.I.P. adopted in its OBTL implementation revolves around three important elements: 1) Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs), 2) Teaching and Learning Activities (TLAs) and 3) Assessment Tasks (ATs).

In support of T.I.P.’s outcomes-based education and as a strategy to promote academic excellence, T.I.P. has also embarked on a proactive plan to implement outcomes-based teaching and learning or OBTL in all its academic programs using the City University of Hong Kong OBTL model.

The OBE process is also supported by facilities, management processes and procedures resources and support structures sub-systems.

The results of the assessment and evaluation are used as inputs in the continual improvement of the instructional process specifically on the constructive alignment of ILOs, TLAs, and ATs.

It is expected that the implementation of OBTL as part of T.I.P.’s OBE would hasten the realization of T.I.P.’s mission "to transform students into graduates with full competence in their fields of study and who also possess Filipino values, industry-desired values, and global citizen values”.

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Program Certification

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITIONS

International Certification

Quality Management System certified compliant to the international standard ISO 9001:2015 by Det Norske Veritas – Germanischer Lloyd (DNV-GL).

CHED Recognition

  • Center of Development (COD) in Business Administration (BSBA)

PACUCOA Accreditation Levels

  • Level IV Accredited Status in Business Administration
  • Level I Formal Accredited Status in Accountancy

In recent years, T.I.P. had the privilege to receive international and national recognitions for providing quality education to students. The said recognitions are the following:

ISO Certification. T.I.P.’s quality management system is certified to ISO 9001:2015 by Det Norske Veritas – Germanischer Lloyd (DNV-GL) in the provision of all its academic offerings.

This helps ensure that all training and education services consistently meet all customer and applicable statutory, regulatory and accreditation requirements. This also helps address customer satisfaction through the effective and efficient application of the system, continual improvement, and the prevention of nonconformity. T.I.P. is one among a select number of schools in the Philippines which went into ISO certification as early as 19 years ago. To date, it continues to maintain its ISO certification.

Some of the notable components of T.I.P.’s QMS are: a) 5S, a Japanese-inspired good housekeeping program, and b) KAIZEN, a continuous small-steps improvement program.

There can be no clearer confirmation of effective quality management than the distinction of being benchmarked by one’s peers. Through the years, the institution has hosted several benchmarking visits by presidents, officers, faculty and staff of other institutions of higher learning, and other organizations, bringing to fore its modest contribution to the sharing of effective policies and practices. To date, forty eight (48) local institutions and organizations have benchmarked with T.I.P. Schools from Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Cambodia have also benchmarked with the institution.

Autonomous Status. On May 16, 2016, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) awarded T.I.P. Quezon City with Autonomous Status. Autonomous status is the highest possible award given by CHED to a higher education institution in recognition of its exemplary performance shown in the provision of quality instruction, research and extension work.

Center of Development. T.I.P. Quezon City was recognized as a CHED Center of Development (COD) in Business Administration.

Levels of Accreditation. T.I.P. Quezon City has various accreditation levels for its different business program offerings under the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines-Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (FAAP-PACUCOA). T.I.P. Quezon City has Level IV Accredited Status in Business Administration and Level I Formal Accredited Status in Accountancy.

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Accountancy

The BSA program is a five-year accounting education program that deals with the study of financial, cost and management accounting, and auditing integrated with the study of the liberal arts and general business curriculum degree program. The program is designed towards preparing the students to be adept with international accounting and auditing standards to make them globally competitive thereby transforming them into graduates with full competence and at the same time equipping them with Filipino values, industry-desired values and global citizen values.

Recognition:
FROM PACUCOA: Level I Formal Accredited Status in Accountancy

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Three to five years after graduation, the Accountancy alumni shall:

  • have advanced their practice or achievement in the field of Accountancy and/or other endeavors or advocacies supported by their acquired accounting education;
  • strive to be globally competitive through
    - living by the T.I.P. mission values, pursuing continuing education, and practicing continuous quality improvement (CQI) in their personal lives;
    - continuously scanning, adopting and building on the best practices in their field.

STUDENT OUTCOMES

By the time of graduation, Accountancy students will be able to:

  1. apply knowledge of Accounting concepts and principles to manage and critically solve problems
  2. apply knowledge of contemporary business issues in a globally diverse business environment
  3. use with proficiency current information technology tools necessary for accounting practice;
  4. construct and present effective oral and written forms of professional communication;
  5. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning;
  6. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities
  7. function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi- disciplinary settings.

Effective S.Y. 2018-2019, the new T.I.P Accountancy curriculum adopts the curriculum and requirements of CMO No. 27 series of 2017 known as the Revised Policies and Standards for Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA). (https://ched.gov.ph/cmo-27-s-2017-2/)

The BSA program is now a four-year accounting education program that provides general accounting education to students wanting to pursue a professional career in Accountancy in general and in Public Accounting. The following Student Outcomes of the Accountancy Program will apply:

  1. apply knowledge of accounting concepts and principles to solve business issues and problems in a global and strategic perspective.
  2. communicate business ideas and information effectively both in oral and written forms
  3. use information and communication technology in generating business reports and making decisions
  4. apply principles of ethics and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities
  5. function effectively as an individual and as a member or a leader of a diverse teams and in multi- disciplinary settings
  6. conduct research through independent studies of relevant literature and appropriate use of business theories and methodologies
  7. preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722)
  8. recognize the need for, and prepare to engage in lifelong learning

ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT DATA

School Year Term Enrollment Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer  
  2nd Semester  
  1st Semester 449
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer  
  2nd Semester 394
  1st Semester 450
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer  
  2nd Semester 326
  1st Semester 433
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer  
  2nd Semester 292
  1st Semester 316
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer  
  2nd Semester 434
  1st Semester 469
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer  
  2nd Semester 604
  1st Semester 656
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer  
  2nd Semester 582
  1st Semester 648
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer  
  2nd Semester 629
  1st Semester 699
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer  
  2nd Semester 541
  1st Semester 587
SY 2011 - 2012 Summer  
  2nd Semester 473
  1st Semester 519

ANNUAL GRADUATION DATA

School Year Term Graduate Data
SY 2020 - 2021 Summer (May 2021) -
  2nd Semester (March 2021) -
  1st Semester (October 2020) -
SY 2019 - 2020 Summer (May 2020) -
  2nd Semester (March 2020) 59
  1st Semester (October 2019)  
SY 2018 - 2019 Summer (May 2019)  
  2nd Semester (March 2019) 20
  1st Semester (October 2018) 5
SY 2017 - 2018 Summer (May 2018) 11
  2nd Semester (March 2018) 62
  1st Semester (October 2017) 9
SY 2016 - 2017 Summer (May 2017) 21
  2nd Semester (March 2017) 62
  1st Semester (October 2016)  
SY 2015 - 2016 Summer (May 2016) 8
  2nd Semester (March 2016) 45
  1st Semester (October 2015)  
SY 2014 - 2015 Summer (May 2015) 9
  2nd Semester (March 2015) 23
  1st Semester (October 2014) 1
SY 2013 - 2014 Summer (May 2014) 19
  2nd Semester (March 2014) 39
  1st Semester (October 2013)  
SY 2012 - 2013 Summer (May 2013) 1
  2nd Semester (March 2013) 17
  1st Semester (October 2012)  

REVISED 2018 CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
GEC 001 UNDERSTANDING THE SELF 3 0 3  
GEC 005 PURPOSIVE COMMUNICATION 3 0 3  
GEC 003 THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD 3 0 3  
ACCTG 015 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING PART 1 3 0 3  
ECON 004 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 3 0 3  
MAN 008 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND TQM 3 0 3  
GEC 004 MATHEMATICS IN THE MODERN WORLD 3 0 3  
PE 001 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (23 Units)
GEC 006 ART APPRECIATION 3 0 3  
GEC 002 READINGS IN THE PHILIPPINE HISTORY 3 0 3  
ECON 005 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 3 0 3 ECON 004
TAX 003 INCOME TAXATION 3 0 3  
ACCTG 020 COST ACCOUNTING AND CONTROL 3 0 3 ACCTG 015
MAN 013 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE 3 0 3 MAN 008
ACCTG 017 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 3 0 3 ACCTG 015
PE 002 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (26 Units)
GEE 001 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 1 3 0 3  
GEC 007 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY 3 0 3  
LAW 001 LAW ON OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACTS 3 0 3  
ACCTG 018 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 2 3 0 3 ACCTG 017
ACCTG 023B GOVERNANCE, BUSINESS ETHICS, RISK MANAGEMENT AND INTERNAL CONTROL 3 0 3 ACCTG 017
TAX 004 BUSINESS TAX 3 0 3 TAX 003
FIN 002A FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3 0 3  
BIT 004 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM 2 3 3  
PE 003 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 2 0 2 PE 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (26 Units)
GEC 008 ETHICS 3 0 3  
GEE 002 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 2 3 0 3  
LAW 005 BUSINESS LAW AND REGULATIONS 3 0 3 LAW 001
ACCTG 023 AUDITING AND ASSURANCE PRINCIPLES 3 0 3 ACCTG 018
ACCTG 019 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 3 3 0 3 ACCTG 018
ACCTG 016 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK AND ACCOUNTING STANDARDS 3 0 3  
FIN 025 FINANCIAL MARKETS 3 0 3 FIN 002A
BIT 006 IT APPLICATION TOOLS IN BUSINESS 2 3 3 BIT 004
PE 004 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 2 0 2 PE 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (27 Units)
SOCSC 005 LIFE AND WORKS OF RIZAL 3 0 3  
MATH 006B STATISTICAL ANALYSIS WITH SOFTWARE APPLICATION 3 0 3 GEC 004
LAW 006 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND LEGAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS 3 0 3 LAW 005
ACCTG 024 AUDITING AND ASSURANCE: CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS 1 3 0 3 ACCTG 023B
ACCTG 028 ACCOUNTING FOR SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS 3 0 3 ACCTG 019
ACCTG 013 ACCOUNTING FOR GOVERNMENTAL AND NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS 3 0 3 ACCTG 019
ACCTG 021 STRATEGIC COST MANAGEMENT 3 0 3 MAN 013
AELEC 001 PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE 1 3 0 3 ACCTG 016
MAN 010 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND TRADE 3 0 3 ACCTG 020

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (27 Units)
ACCTG 030 ACCOUNTING RESEARCH METHODS 3 0 3 MATH 006B
ACCTG 022 STRATEGIC BUSINESS ANALYSIS 3 0 3 ACCTG 021
ACCTG 029 ACCOUNTING FOR BUSINESS COMBINATIONS 3 0 3 ACCTG 028
ACCTG 025 AUDITING AND ASSURANCE: CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS 2 3 0 3 ACCTG 024
ACCTG 026 AUDITING ASSURANCE: SPECIALIZED INDUSTRIES 3 0 3 ACCTG 024
ACCTG 027 AUDITING IN A CIS ENVIRONMENT 3 0 3 BIT 004
MAN 009 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 3 0 3 MAN 008
AELEC 002 PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE 2 3 0 3 AELEC 1
GEE 003 GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVE 3 3 0 3  

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (12 Units)
ACCTG 031 ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP 0 400 6  
ACCTG 032 ACCOUNTANCY RESEARCH 3 0 3 ACCTG 030
BIT 005 SAP BUSINESS PROCESS INTEGRATION (BPI) 2 3 3  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
AELEC 003 PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE 3 3 0 3 AELEC 001
AELEC 004 PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE 4 3 0 3 AELEC 001
ACCTG 501 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATED COURSE 1 (FAR) 3 0 3  
ACCTG 506 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATED COURSE 2 (RFBT) 3 0 3  
ACCTG 508 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATED COURSE 3 (TAX) 3 0 3  
ACCTG 507 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATED COURSE 4 (MAS) 3 0 3  
ACCTG 502 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATED COURSE 5 (AUD) 3 0 3  
ACCTG 505 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATED COURSE 6 (AFAR) 3 0 3  

Students may choose 4 courses from the list of professional elective courses.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVES (15 Units)
ACCTG 033 UPDATES IN FINANCIAL REPORTING 3 0 3  
MAN 022 HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATION (HBO) 3 0 3  
ACCTG 034 OPERATIONS AUDITING 3 0 3  
ACCTG 035 VALUATION CONCEPTS AND METHODS 3 0 3  
ACCTG 036 PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF TEACHING ACCOUNTING 3 0 3  

2013 BSA CURRICULUM

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
ENGL 001 COMMUNICATION ARTS 1 3 0 3  
FIL 001 KOMUNIKASYON SA AKADEMIKONG FILIPINO 3 0 3  
MATH 001B COLLEGE ALGEBRA FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS 3 0 3  
SCI 001 EARTH AND LIFE SCIENCE 3 0 3  
ECON 001 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS WITH LAND REFORM AND TAXATION 3 0 3  
MAN 001 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 3 0 3  
FIN 001 BASIC FINANCE 3 0 3  
PE 001 PHYSICAL FITNESS 2 0 2  
NSTP 001 NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM 1 (3) 0 (3)  

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIRST YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
ENGL 002 COMMUNICATION ARTS 2 3 0 3 ENGL 001
FIL 002 PAGBASA AT PAGSULAT TUNGO SA PANANALIKSIK 3 0 3 FIL 001
MATH 002B MATHEMATICS OF INVESTMENT 3 0 3 MATH 001B
BIT 001 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SOFTWARE AND APPLICATIONS 3 3 4  
MK 001 MARKETING PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS 3 0 3 MAN 001
ACCTG 001 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING PART 1 6 0 6 FIN 001
PE 002 RHYTHMIC ACTIVITIES 2 0 2 PE 001
NSTP 002 NATIONAL SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAM 2 (3) 0 (3) NSTP 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (23 Units)
LIT 203 PHILIPPINE LITERATURE 3 0 3  
HUM 002B ART, MAN AND SOCIETY 3 0 3  
SOCSC 002 SOCIETY AND CULTURE WITH FAMILY PLANNING 3 0 3  
SOCSC 005 LIFE AND WORKS OF RIZAL 3 0 3  
ACCTG 002 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING PART II 6 0 6 ACCTG 001
MATH 003B BUSINESS STATISTICS 3 0 3 MATH 002B
PE 003 INDIVIDUAL/DUAL SPORTS 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
SECOND YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (23 Units)
HUM 005 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY WITH LOGIC AND CRITICAL THINKING 3 0 3  
MAN 002 HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATION WITH ETHICS 3 0 3 MAN 001
BIT 002 FUNDAMENTALS OF PROGRAMMING AND THEORY AND APPLICATIONS 2 3 3 BIT 001
ECON 002 MICROECONOMICS THEORY AND POLICY 3 0 3 ECON 001
MATH 004B CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS 3 0 3 MATH 003B
ACCTG 003 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING PART 1 6 0 6 ACCTG 002
PE 004 SPORTS AND GAMES 2 0 2 PE 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
SOCSC 004 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 0 3  
ENGL 003B TECHNICAL WRITING: BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS 3 0 3 ENGL 002
LAW 001 LAW ON OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACTS 3 0 3 ENGL 002
TAX 001 INCOME TAXATION AND TAX CONSCIOUSNESS 3 0 3 ACCTG 002
BIT 003 IT CONCEPTS AND SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 3 0 3 BIT 002
ECON 003 MACROECONOMICS THEORY AND PRACTICE 3 0 3 ECON 002
ACCTG 004 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING PART II 6 0 6 ACCTG 003

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
THIRD YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
SCI 002 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 3 0 3 SCI 001
SOCSC 003 PHILIPPINE HISTORY WITH POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE 3 0 3  
MAN 003 GOOD GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 3 0 3 MAN 001
LAW 002 LAW ON BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS 3 0 3 LAW 001
TAX 002 BUSINESS AND TRANSFER TAXES 3 0 3 TAX 001
ACCTG 005 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING PART III 3 0 3 ACCTG 004
ACCTG 006 COST ACCOUNTING AND COST MANAGEMENT 6 0 6 ACCTG 004

NO STUDENT SHALL BE ALLOWED TO TAKE FOURTH YEAR PROFESSIONAL COURSES UNLESS HE HAS COMPLETED THE BASIC AND THE THIRD YEAR COURSES INCLUDING PE AND NSTP.

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (24 Units)
BIT 004 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM 2 3 3 BIT 003
HUM 004 VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 3 0 3 HUM 002B
MAN 006 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 3 0 3 MAN 002
MATH 005B QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN BUSINESS 3 0 3 MATH 003B
LAW 003 LAW ON NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS 3 0 3 LAW 002
ACCTG 007 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PART I 3 0 3 ACCTG 006
ACCTG 009 ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING PART I 3 0 3 ACCTG 005
FIN 002 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3 0 3 FIN 001

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FOURTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (24 Units)
LAW 004 SALES, AGENCY, LABOR AND OTHER COMMERCIAL LAWS 3 0 3 LAW 003
FIN 003 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT II 3 0 3 FIN 002
ACCTG 008 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING PART II 3 0 3 ACCTG 007
ACCTG 010 ASSURANCE PRINCIPLES, PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND GOOD GOVERNANCE 6 0 6 ACCTG 009
ACCTG 400 ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP 3 200 6 4TH YEAR STANDING
BIT 005 SAP BUSINESS PROCESS INTEGRATION 2 3 3 BIT 002

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, FIRST SEMESTER (21 Units)
BIT 006 AUDITING IN CIS ENVIRONMENT 2 3 3 BIT 004
MAN 007 BUSINESS POLICIES AND STRATEGIES 3 0 3 MAN 006
ACCTG 012 MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY 3 0 3 ACCTG 008
ACCTG 011 ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING PART II 3 0 3 ACCTG 009
ACCTG 013 ACCOUNTING FOR GOVERNMENTAL, NON-PROFIT ENTITIES AND SPECIALIZED ENTITIES 3 0 3 ACCTG 009
ACCTG 014 APPLIED AUDITING 6 0 6 ACCTG 010

COURSE CODE DESCRIPTIVE TITLE Lec Hours Lab Hours Credit Units PREREQUISITE(S)
FIFTH YEAR, SECOND SEMESTER (22 Units)
SYN 001 SYNTHESIS 1 0 1 GRADUATING
ACCTG 501 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION 1 (P1) 3 0 3 GRADUATING
ACCTG 502 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION 2 (AP) 3 0 3 GRADUATING
ACCTG 503 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION 3 (AT) 3 0 3 GRADUATING
ACCTG 504 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION 4 (TA) 3 0 3 GRADUATING
ACCTG 505 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION 5 (P2) 3 0 3 GRADUATING
ACCTG 506 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION 6 (BLT) 3 0 3 GRADUATING
ACCTG 507 ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION 7 (MAS) 3 0 3 GRADUATING

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Accounting Information System (formerly Accounting Technology)

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The BSBA-LSCM program provides a comprehensive and integrated mix of logistics science core courses such as transport and physical distribution, purchasing management, risk analysis and assessment, supply chain distribution, warehousing, inventory control, quality management, customer service and others combined with people management, communications, finance, quantitative methods, accounting, information systems, law, economics and strategic planning.

The program aims to impart the theories and concepts in the classroom, and then gives the students training on the practical aspects of the various areas by exposing them to actual work situations through practicum assignment in organizations where they work for a minimum of 200 hours. Likewise, students are assigned to do research on specific logistics issues and concerns, and their findings presented in class.

Financial Management (formerly Financial and Management Accounting)

The BSBA-FMA is a non-board accounting degree program designed for those who want to take accounting as their major field of study. The program focuses on relevant topics within two of the functional areas in accounting: financial and management accounting.

The program incorporates courses in management, e-commerce, business law, taxation, financial and management accounting, designed to equip students, as future members of the workforce, with the necessary technical working knowledge of the business environment by exposing them to actual work situations through the Practicum Program where they work for a minimum of 200 hours (during their last term) in a company earlier qualified and approved by the department.

Human Resources Management (formerly Human Resources Development Management)

The BSBA-HRDM Program aims to prepare the graduates for a career in the field of Human Resources Management in various corporations whether in the manufacturing, marketing and service sectors, or in the different types of industries such as pharmaceutical, semi-conductor, food and beverage, banking industries and other types of organizations.

Built into the program is the evolution of the Human Resources (HR) profession at the various stages of development of an enterprise.

Students are able to integrate all their learning in the major courses in the Practicum Program where they work for a minimum of 200 hours (during their last term) in a company earlier qualified and approved by the department.

Marketing Management

The BSBA-MM is a four-year degree program. It is designed for those who want to develop or enter a career in marketing, either for entrepreneurial or corporate work in marketing management. It also aims to develop the students' knowledge, skills and attitude to ensure they cope effectively with the changing nature of market demands. The program provides a comprehensive, integrated program of marketing courses combined with people management, communications, finance, quantitative methods, accounting, information systems, law, economics and strategic management.

The program aims to impart the theories and concepts in the classroom, and the students are given training on the practical aspects of the various areas of marketing by exposing them to actual work situations through assignments in organizations (either for profit or non-profit). Students are assigned to research on specific marketing topics, and their findings are presented in class. Finally, the students are able to integrate all their learning in the major courses in the Practicum Program where they work for a minimum of 200 hours (during their last term) in a company earlier qualified and approved by the department.