The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Management Accounting prepares students for entry into a variety of fields in accounting and management advisory services.
The Financial Management program aims to prepare students for career in bank and non-bank financial institutions intermediaries.
Built into the program are the office and entrepreneurship practicum activities, relevant international and local seminars on current financial and economic environment, and feasibility study, thereby developing technically competent and socially responsible financial analysts, managers, and professionals.
The program prepares the student not only for the acquisition of competencies and skills needed as business managers, but also for skills needed in entrepreneurship. Critical areas in managing and management such as research, planning, decision-making, controlling and communications are given due emphasis throughout the course. The general education base is complemented by practicum activities such as office training, and feasibility or industry studies.
The Marketing Management program prepares the student to be responsive to the total business environment by providing technical skills and competencies in the areas of marketing. Theory is blended with practicum activities to give the student a broad and enriched view of future marketing career.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is the study of utilization of computers and computer software to plan, install, customize, operate, manage, administer and maintain information technology infrastructure. It prepares students to be I.T. professionals, be well versed on application, installation, operation, development, maintenance and administration, and familiar with hardware installation, operation and maintenance.
This course is designed for a first course in Java. The students will learn to create Java classes and write their own methods. Basic programming skills, such as decision making, looping, string manipulation, and arrays, are covered. The second half of the course explores OOP concepts, such as inheritance, exception handling, polymorphism, encapsulation & file processing.
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