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College of Business Administration

BS in Accountancy The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy prepares students for careers in accountancy firms, financial intuitions, the public sector, and financial departments of companies. What are the admission requirements for Bachelor of Science in Accountancy in the Philippines? Must have recommendation from high school principal and school professor Must have the original copy of high school card (Form 138A) Must have most recent medical and dental health record Must take and pass the college entrance examination Must have a copy of NSO certified birth certificate Must have a certificate of good moral character Must have a copy of high school diploma

How long does it take to complete Bachelor of Science in Accountancy in the Philippines? The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program takes 5 years to complete. What subjects are included in the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program? Development and Enhancement in Accounting: Theory and Practice Financial Accounting and Reporting for Liabilities and Equity Database Management System and Statistical Softwares Introductory Accounting for Merchandising Enterprise Financial Accounting and Reporting for Special Topics Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility for BSA Financial Management for Accounting Majors Fundamentals of IT and Systems Development Introductory Accounting for Service Enterprise Financial Accounting and Reporting for Assets Partnership and Corporation Accounting Advanced Topics in Financial Accounting Review: Management Advisory Services Review: Auditing Theory and Problems Auditing in a Computer Environment Principles of Managerial Accounting Review: Business Law and Taxation Final Thesis Writing and Defense

Accounting Information System Review: Practical Accounting Principles of Cost Accounting Advanced Cost Accounting Statistics for Accountants Accounting Synthesis Auditing Problems Auditing Principles Audit Practicum Thesis Proposal

What exam do I need to take to practice Accountancy in the Philippines? A graduate of Doctor of Optometry needs to take and pass the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination in order to practice the profession in the Philippines. The examination is given by the Board of Accountancy under the supervision of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). What are the requirements for admission to the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination? Must be a holder of a degree in Bachelor of Science in Accountancy with academic credits on required subjects from a university recognized by the Philippine government. Must have a copy of the Transcript of Records with Special order and date of graduation with remarks FOR BOARD EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY Must not have any case filed or pending for moral turpitude in any court in the Philippines that involves moral turpitude Must have an original copy of community tax certificate (cedula) Must have a copy of the NSO authenticated birth certificate Must be of good health and sound mind Must be of good moral character Must be a Filipino Citizen

What are the passing rates of the Licensure Examination for Accountants in the Philippines? 2010 48% (3,973 out of 8,216 examinees) 2009 41% (2,888 out of 6,929 examinees) 2008 36% (2,442 out of 6,663 examinees) 2007 37% (2,299 out of 6,213 examinees)

What are the career opportunities for graduates of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy in the Philippines? Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Chief financial officers Accounting Manager Commodities traders Financial Controller Senior Accountant Securities brokers Staff Accountant Underwriters Tax collectors Loan officers Bank officers Researchers

BS Business Administration major in: Agribusiness Management Business Management Economics, Entrepreneurial Management Entrepreneurial Management with concentration on Micro Finance Human Resource Development Management Accounting Marketing Advertising Management, Office Administration Associate in Office Administration (2 yrs.)

What Is Business? A career in business is more varied than most people realize. It can involve the obvious functions such as management and marketing, but there's an increasing need for business majors to apply their skills in government, international commerce, health care, arts, and nonprofit organizations. Business principles can serve as the backbone for economic, political and social systems at all levels. Your business degree can be applied to virtually any industry and can also be used to help you start your own business. Many students start their professional training with an undergraduate business or business administration degree and proceed to graduate school or an MBA (Master's of Business Administration). Many working adults take online college courses in everything from business management to financial planning, making it easier to advance or change careers even after you've started working.

A business degree provides a broad exposure to all the crucial elements that make an organization function well. It doesn't provide the specialization that more targeted degrees do (such as finance or accounting), but is valuable in its generalist approach. You'll get an overview of many functions in the business world and base your studies on how these functions interact. What makes a good business major? Any business degree will involve working with numbers and statistical analysis, so you should be comfortable with math. You should also have the ability to 'see the big picture' when it comes to organizational structures, taking into consideration the goals of the group, considering the raw materials or rough data, and developing plans to move projects forward. As a business school student, you should have the ability to communicate concise written and verbal information, excel at team work, and work well under sometimes sustained pressure. Why Get a Business Degree? With over one million college graduates entering the American workforce every year, employers' expectations are rising. Business is one area where continuing education--even for established professionals--is crucial in order to remain competitive. A results-oriented business education, one which combines real-life applications with established theories, is important for your success in our increasingly global and technologically sophisticated business world. A college degree in business is a highly practical area of study, since the curriculum provides students with so much real-world experience--and thus a smoother transition from school to career. Even so, students are advised to be prepared for the constant changes in the job market. Instead of focusing your studies on a high-demand field, pursue a path that is more in line with your own interests and talents. There's no way to predict how the market will change, so look at your education as a jumping-off point rather than a definitive line to a specific job title or industry. Take the time to do an assessment of what you have to offer, your interests, and your ultimate goals and needs. Depending on which area you specialize in, the many hats you could wear would include: problem solver, innovative thinker, compulsive listener, and confident pioneer.

Career Education in Business Whether you study on campus or online, college courses in business and business administration can lead directly towards fast-track positions. Your business degree will develop your leadership skills and train you to approach obstacles with proven methods and innovative solutions. Business degree programs generally include courses in accounting, finance, management, quantitative analysis, and computer applications. You'll also study organizational behavior, ethics, change management, social interaction, and business-based research. Deciding which degree to earn depends on your own interests, qualifications and goals. From associate degrees to Ph.Ds, there's a huge variety of curricula and individual course options. Many business degree programs have an emphasis in one particular function, such as management, communications or e-commerce. Associate Degrees in Business If you're not ready to commit to a full bachelor's degree in business or business administration, associate degrees provide a solid foundation for future coursework. You'll enhance your career options and have applicable credits for a bachelor's, should you decide to go for one in the future. Bachelor's Degrees in Business A bachelor's degree in business or business administration is generally the minimum requirement for entry-level business careers. As a graduate of a bachelor of business administration (BBA) program, you will be prepared to pursue a variety of entry-level positions in fields that include accounting, financial services, economics, personnel resources, and sales and marketing. If you're already working in one of those fields and want to advance or switch careers, consider online business administration degrees, most of which are tailored towards the needs of working adults. Some schools award college credit towards your business degree based on your previous coursework and work experience. If you are already a working professional with industry certification in insurance, financial planning or banking industries, an online bachelor's degree in business professional studies allows you to combine that official certification with a the courses you need to get your bachelor's degree in business. Professional certifications often involve quite rigorous exams after extensive academic training, but do not provide you with an actual bachelor's degree. Rather than starting from scratch, these programs specifically acknowledge your accomplishments and tailor your curriculum to fill in the courses you need to obtain a degree. Certificate Programs in Business Undergraduate certificate are best used as an enhancement to your education or career. Working professionals who need new expertise in a specific area benefit the most from certificate programs. These short, self-contained programs can be completed in as little as 16 semester hours of credit and are most often offered in specific fields such as marketing, ecommerce, accounting and so on.

What Can You Do With a College Major in Business? If you think of a business degree as a general foundation rather than a specialized training program, then you can visualize the endless selection of careers that are open to you. For example: In sales, your focus is to connect and build relationships with consumers. The job descriptions can range from point-of-sale work (connecting directly with the consumer) to advertising, career counseling, marketing management, product representation, realty, and travel and hospitality. As healthcare takes on a more business-like approach--HMO, after all, stands for Health Management Organization--healthcare management degrees have become astronomically popular. Business-oriented healthcare degrees are designed to help professionals handle increased costs, human resource logistics, diverse economic considerations for patients, and insurance regulations. In the nonprofit sector you'll find many of the same types of job descriptions and titles, but the motivating factors differ from regular business, and the economic constraints are unique. Nonprofit organizations need qualified business professionals to make their programs work, to service consumers and investors, and to uphold responsible financial management practices. Business managers will generally have a bachelor's degree in business or business administration with a specialization appropriate for their industry. The common job description is to develop, oversee, and organize operations, and the hours are often longer than lower level careers. Retail managers look after all aspects of profitable operations where goods are being sold. They hire and train staff, manage inventory, maintain sales floor displays, and uphold good customer relations policies. A college degree is preferred and many larger retailers provide comprehensive training programs. Retail managers can move into buyer positions for larger retailers and increase their earning potential. Purchasers and buyers choose the appropriate commodities or services, choose suppliers, negotiate the lowest price, and award contracts that ensure the correct amount of product is received on time. An excellent understanding of consumer purchasing trends within the context of production, distribution, and merchandising factors is important. Your job can involve long and unusual hours and travel as you attend conferences, fashion shows or trade fairs. Demand for this career has slowed since the streamlining technology of the Internet, so an advanced education will be important for competing and retaining the jobs that are available. As a trader, you'll advance faster with a master's degree in business administration (MBA). This career demands an aggressive personality which thrives on the risk of buying and selling of stocks, bonds, and options. Hospital administrators make sure hospitals and clinics are running efficiently - balancing the compassionate need to provide health care with the need to maintain a healthy operating budget. An undergrad can work with a health care to gain experience before pursuing his or

her master's degree in business, public administration, or health services administration, which is preferred at this level. Bachelor of Business Administration Money, money, money...it's what makes the world go 'round, and as a graduate of a bachelor's degree program in business administration, you'll be uniquely qualified to dive into the world of financial undertakings, marketing, and cold, hard capitalism. Graduates of a Bachelor of Business Administration program can expect to find work as marketing managers, human resources directors, entrepreneurs, accountants, financial managers, or within many other occupations. Required courses might include English composition, accounting, economics, marketing and business ethics. Learn more about this can't-miss degree program by reading here! Why a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration? Business is what America runs on. From the corner market to the glittering corporate towers downtown, entrepreneurs, marketers, risk-takers and businesspeople make it all happen. With a bachelor's degree in business administration, you'll be able to effortlessly find your place in this world of wheeling and dealing, whether your chosen specialty is finance, sales, human resources, or in any of dozens of other niches within the field. Business administration graduates can go on to work for sales departments in large corporations, as accountants for small firms, or for themselves as entrepreneurs. These aren't the only options, though: with the in-depth knowledge of finance, interpersonal relations, marketing, and business strategy that comes with a degree in business administration, the opportunities are nearly endless. Career Information Occupational Possibilities and Future Growth With a business administration bachelor's degree, graduates can be qualified for jobs as diverse as financial manager, sales director, human resources administrator, accountant, marketing coordinator, advertising developer, or information systems manager. In addition, the combination of skills learned during the course of study makes graduates well-prepared to start their own businesses as entrepreneurs. Although projections vary according to specific occupation, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), www.bls.gov, states that workers classified as administrative managers-a broad category which includes many positions filled by graduates of business administration programs-should expect to see their field grow at average speed in the coming years. Salary Information A bachelor's degree in business administration prepares graduates for such a broad range of differing occupations that accurate salary predictions for degree holders are difficult to make. According to www.salary.com, however, administrative managers earn on average between $60,000 and $85,000 per year, while entry-level accountants can expect a salary of between $36,000 and $45,000 and financial systems managers take home between $78,000 and $106,000.

Degree Specifics Coursework in Bachelor of Business Administration Programs Classes in business administration programs are designed to increase students' knowledge of financial management, business theory and ethics, and communications. Required courses might include: Business Math Written Communication Intro to Microeconomics Finance Accounting Basics of Marketing

Skills Acquired To be successful in their careers, business administration graduates must have mastered a wide variety of related skills that can be used in a variety of business and corporate settings. Specific skills acquired may include the following: Strategy presentation Balancing budgets Economic projections Interpersonal communication Understanding of marketing data Business ethics skills Quantitative skills Analyzing skills Research skills Communication skills Business skills

College of Education
Bachelor of Elementary Education major in: General Education, w/ specialization in Early Childhood Education Bachelor in Elementary Education in the Philippines Bachelor of Elementary Education is a program designed to prepare students to teach all subjects in the elementary level. This program starts from kindergarten up to grade six depending on the institution. What are the admission requirements for Bachelor of Elementary Education in the Philippines?

Must have a copy of high school report card (form 138) Must have certificate of good moral character from high school principal Must have a copy of Authenticated (NSO) Birth Certificate Must take and pass the college entrance examination Medical Certificate Dental Health Record 2 recommendation letters from previous school attended

How long does it take to complete Bachelor of Elementary Education in the Philippines? The whole curriculum for BS in elementary education takes 4 years to complete.

What is covered in the BS in Elementary Education program? Bachelor of Science in elementary education has 60 units of major subjects that include English, Filipino, Math, Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Values education, PEHM and Islamic Studies.

What are the major fields of specialization in Bachelor of Elementary Education? BS in Elementary Education major in Special Education (SPED) This is a program made to equip students a better understanding of the psychology of special children. It includes effective teaching strategies and relevant instructional materials. BS in Elementary Education major in Preschool Education (BEED-PSE) This is a program that aims to equip pedagogical knowledge, content and skills in dealing with pre-school children. It includes effective and suitable teaching strategies for pre-school or early childhood education. Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Art Education (BEED-AE) Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Early Childhood Education (BEED-ECED) Bachelor of Elementary Education major in English (BEED-ENG) Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Music, Arts and Physical Education (BEEDMAPE) Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Science and Health (BEED-SH) Bachelor of Elementary Education major in Technology and Home Economics (BEEDTHE)

What exam do I need to pass in order to practice elementary teaching in the Philippines? In order to practice teaching in the Philippines, you need to take and pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). This exam is given by the Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC). The PRC is responsible in setting standards for examinees and an examinee must obtain an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating lower than 50% in any of the tests to pass this exam. What are the requirements for admission to the LET Examination? A copy of the NSO authenticated birth certificate Original copy of community tax certificate (cedula) A copy of NSO issued marriage contract in NSO security paper (for married females only) A copy of the Transcript of Records with Special order and date of graduation with remarks FOR BOARD EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY

What are the career opportunities for graduates of BEED in the Philippines? School teacher in public and private schools Administrator for day care and tutorial centers for kids in elementary SPED teacher in primary education level SPED researcher/trainer/ speaker Textbook and module writer Pre-school and early childhood teacher

What are the national passing rates of the Licensure Examination for Teachers for elementary education since 2006? 2010 15.44 % (4,835 out of 31,306 examinees) 2009 27.86% (7,470 out of 26, 812 examinees) 2008 30.46% (17,816 out of 58,471 examinees) 2007 27.54% (18,376 out of 66,709 examinees) 2006 29.22% (17,377 out of 59,457 examinees)

Sources: http://www.ust.edu.ph/index.php/undergraduate-programs/29-bachelor-in-secondaryeducation.html http://www.universities.com/edu/Bachelor_degrees_in_Elementary_Education_and_Te

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Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Biological Science English Filipino Mathematics Physical Science Social Studies Bachelor in Secondary Education in the Philippines This is a course that prepares prospective teachers of secondary education through courses in general education subjects and the practice of teaching. Education graduates with a degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education teach high school students. What are the admission requirements for Bachelor of Secondary Education in the Philippines? Must have a copy of Authenticated (NSO) Birth Certificate Must have a copy of high school report card (form 138) Must take and pas the college entrance examination Must have certificate of good moral character from high school principal 2 recommendation letters from previous school attended Medical Certificate Dental Health Record

How long does it take to complete Bachelor in Secondary Education in the Philippines? The whole curriculum for BS in secondary education takes 4 years to complete. What are the major fields of specialization in Bachelor in Secondary Education? The different fields of specialization for the BSEd program include and are not limited to the ff: Mathematics: It includes a total of 188 units with 75 units of general education courses, 49 units of professional education, cognate courses: 3 units of accounting and 3 units of business mathematics. Physics: It includes a total of 189 units: 73 units of general education, 49 units of professional education, and 67 major courses. Chemistry:

It includes 73 units of general education courses, 49 units of professional education courses, 56 major courses and cognate courses like statistics and calculus which is a total of 177 units. Biology: It has a total of 181 units with 49 units of professional education courses, 59 units for major courses, and 4 units of statistics for biologist. General Science Technology and livelihood Education

What exam do I need to pass in order to practice teaching in the Philippines? In order to practice as a teacher in the Philippines, you need to take and pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers. This exam is given by Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC). An examinee must get an average rating of not less than 75% and must have no rating lower than 50% in any of the tests to pass this exam. What are the requirements for admission to the Licensure Examination for teachers (LET)? A copy of the Transcript of Records with Special order and date of graduation with remarks FOR BOARD EXAMINATION PURPOSES ONLY Original copy of community tax certificate (cedula) A copy of the NSO authenticated birth certificate A copy of NSO issued marriage contract in NSO security paper (for married females only)

What are the career opportunities for graduates of BSED in the Philippines? Secondary Education Teacher Tutor for students Researcher Seminar facilitator and speaker Textbook and module writer Instructional materials developer/consultant

What are the national passing rates of the Licensure Examination for Teachers for secondary education since 2006? 2010 23.32% (6,438 out of 27,802 examinees) 2009 24.67% (5,914 out of 23, 975 examinees) 2008 35.34% (18,801 out of 53, 195 examinees)

2007 29.12% (16,811 out of 57,723 examinees) 2006 32.43% (17,290 out of 53,302 examinees). Bachelor of Physical Education Bachelor of Science in Education major in Music, Arts and Physical Education in the Philippines The Bachelor of Secondary Education in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health program (BSEdMAPEH) is designed to provide knowledge and skills to students in the educational foundations of Physical Education, Art, and Music Education. The program aims to produce graduates who are prepared to become effective educators and are equipped with relevant teaching techniques in physical education, arts, health and music education.

Admission requirements for BSEd in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health the Philippines
Must have recommendation from high school principal and guidance counsellor Must have the Original copy of high school card (Form 138A) Must have most recent medical and dental health record Must take and pass the College Entrance Examination Must have a copy of NSO certified birth certificate Must have a certificate of good moral character Must have a copy of high school diploma One 2x 2 copy of latest photo

Duration of BSEd in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health program in the Philippines
The BSEd in MAPEH program takes 4 years to complete. An on-job training or internship is done on the third and fourth years of the program, where students are exposed to both in-campus and out-campus teaching. The practical training will take at least a month for each level (for a total of at least two months).

Subjects included in the BSEd in Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health program
Solfeggio & Applied Piano/ Rondalla Playing & Instrumentation

Anatomical, Mechanical & Physiological Bases of Movement Coaching & Officiating Sports, Dance & Music Activities Org anization & Management of MAPEH Activities Fundamentals of Music &Integrated Music Theory Athletics, Individual ,Dual & Combative Sports Aquatics, Swimming & other Water Activities Philippine Folk Dance & Other Dance Form Methods & Strategies in Teaching MAPEH Elementary of Astronomy & Meteorology InfoTech/ Word Proc / Spreadsheet /OA Philosophy of Ethics/Ethics in Education Fund of Rhythmic Activities & Dancing Ecology/Environmental Education Music Literature( Western Music) Child & Adolescent Development Basic Grammar & Composition Komunikasyon sa Akad Filipino Research & Academic Writing Social Dimensions of Teaching Special Education for MAPEH Choral Works & Conducting Literature of the Philippines Safety Education & First Aid Music & Arts Appreciation Art Education - Visual Arts Public Speaking & Debate Elements of Mathematics Philippine & Asian Music Developmental Reading Educational Technology Introduction to Geology Reading & Composition Special Topics Seminar Foundation of MAPEH Principles of Teaching Facilitating Learning Leadership Seminar Research in MAPEH Gymnastics

Certificate in Teaching Program

College of Liberal Arts

AB Broadcast Journalism AB Communication AB Community Development major in Community Psychology AB Development Studies AB Philosophy AB Political Science AB Psychology BS Applied Mathematics BS Biology major in Human Biology BS Biology with concentration on Environmental Science BS Computer Science BS Information Technology BS Physical Science Associate in Computer Science (2yrs.) with specialization in: Internet Technology, CISCO Networking Technology

College of Criminal Justice Education BS Criminology (Semestral) BS Criminology (Trimester) College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology BS Architecture BS Civil Engineering BS Electrical Engineering BS Electronics and Communications Engineering BS Environmental and Sanitary Engineering BS Industrial Engineering BS Industrial Technology BS Mechanical Engineering Two-Year Certificate in: Automotive Technology, Computer Technology, Electrical Technology, Consumer Electronics, Industrial Electronics One-Year Dual Training System College of International Hospitality and Management BS Hotel and Restaurant Management BS Tourism Management

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