Programs Offered (CMT)

 

PROGRAMS OFFERED (CAMT)

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
  • Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in:
  • *Financial Management

    *Marketing Management

           *Management

  • * Management with Specialization Track in Service Management for BPO

  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program of Centro Escolar University is a four-year course composed of eight semesters and two summers. It is 215-unit program which prepares the students to become professional accountants equipped with appropriate technical competence, professional skills, values, ethics and attitudes. This program allows the students to complete the study and pass the Certified Public Accountants Licensure Examinations. (Section 7, Article V, CMO No. 27, Series of 2017)

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES:

         

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy should be able to:

1.     Resolve business issues and problems, with a global and strategic perspective using knowledge and technical proficiency in areas of financial accounting and reporting, cost accounting and management accounting and control, taxation and accounting information systems;

2.     Conduct accountancy research through independent studies of relevant  literature and appropriate use of accounting theory and methodologies;

3.      Employ technology as a business tool in capturing financial and non-financial information, generating reports and making decisions;

4.     Apply knowledge and skills to successfully respond to various types of assessments

Apply knowledge and skills to successfully respond to various types of assessments (including professional licensure and examinations); and

6.     Confidently maintain a commitment to good corporate citizenship, social responsibility and ethical practice in performing functions as an accountant.

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 BSBA is a three-year program intensive program that integrates the relevant theoretical foundations and managerial proficiency skills. The intensive program shall enable the students to finish their degrees earlier, apply their knowledge and skills in employment and entrepreneurship immediately, or complete the Master of Business Administration Program.

Critical thinking, decision-making and problem-solving skills are developed through case studies, research, business incubation, entrepreneurship, and internship activities, thereby addressing the needs of a constantly and rapidly changing business environment

 

PROGRAM EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

1.     Apply the concepts and principles and skills learned in business and management in their future employment or entrepreneurial endeavors.

2.     Prepare standard, accurate and timely report,   case studies, etc. for all forms of business organizations, and conduct complete and relevant business researches.

3.     Solve management problems using mathematical and statistical techniques, and technological techniques and models, and contribute to the formulation of intelligent decisions and strategies

4.     Exhibit desirable values in all dealings in the family, community, workplace and society as a whole, and practice the business management profession in accordance with existing laws, and legal ethical, and moral principles, and perform excellently in the global community through an in-depth knowledge of culture and language.

5.     Participate in lifelong learning to keep the profession abreast with the current national and international developments, issues and trends in business and management

The BSBA is a three-year program intensive program that integrates the relevant theoretical foundations and managerial proficiency skills. The intensive program shall enable the students to finish their degrees earlier, apply their knowledge and skills in employment and entrepreneurship immediately, or complete the Master of Business Administration Program.

Critical thinking, decision-making and problem-solving skills are developed through case studies, research, business incubation, entrepreneurship, and internship activities, thereby addressing the needs of a constantly and rapidly changing business environment

 

PROGRAM EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

1.     Apply the concepts and principles and skills learned in business and management in their future employment or entrepreneurial endeavors.

2.     Prepare standard, accurate and timely report,   case studies, etc. for all forms of business organizations, and conduct complete and relevant business researches.

3.     Solve management problems using mathematical and statistical techniques, and technological techniques and models, and contribute to the formulation of intelligent decisions and strategies

4.     Exhibit desirable values in all dealings in the family, community, workplace and society as a whole, and practice the business management profession in accordance with existing laws, and legal ethical, and moral principles, and perform excellently in the global community through an in-depth knowledge of culture and language.

5.     Participate in lifelong learning to keep the profession abreast with the current national and international developments, issues and trends in business and management

The BSBA is a three-year program intensive program that integrates the relevant theoretical foundations and managerial proficiency skills. The intensive program shall enable the students to finish their degrees earlier, apply their knowledge and skills in employment and entrepreneurship immediately, or complete the Master of Business Administration Program.

Critical thinking, decision-making and problem-solving skills are developed through case studies, research, business incubation, entrepreneurship, and internship activities, thereby addressing the needs of a constantly and rapidly changing business environment

 

PROGRAM EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES

 

1.     Apply the concepts and principles and skills learned in business and management in their future employment or entrepreneurial endeavors.

2.     Prepare standard, accurate and timely report,   case studies, etc. for all forms of business organizations, and conduct complete and relevant business researches.

3.     Solve management problems using mathematical and statistical techniques, and technological techniques and models, and contribute to the formulation of intelligent decisions and strategies

4.     Exhibit desirable values in all dealings in the family, community, workplace and society as a whole, and practice the business management profession in accordance with existing laws, and legal ethical, and moral principles, and perform excellently in the global community through an in-depth knowledge of culture and language.

5.     Participate in lifelong learning to keep the profession abreast with the current national and international developments, issues and trends in business and management

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is a four-year program which focuses on the utilization of computers and computer software to plan, install, customize, operate, manage, administer and maintain Information Technology infrastructure. It prepares students to be professionals, to be well versed in application, installation, operation and maintenance. Graduate of BSIT contributes to the promotion of ethical use of computer. It develops students to work effectively as a member of a development team and undertake leadership roles when appropriate.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

 

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology should be able to:


1. Apply knowledge of computing, science, and mathematics appropriate to the discipline.

2. Identify, analyze, and use best practices and standards and their applications.

3. Analyze complex problems, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.

4. Identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems.

5. Design, implement, and evaluate computer-based systems, processes, components or programs to meet desired needs and requirements under various constraints.

6. Integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment effectively.

7. Apply knowledge through the use of current techniques, skills, tools and practices necessary for the IT profession.

8. Collaborate effectively as a member or a leader of a development team.

9. Assist in the creation of an effective IT project plan.

10. Communicate effectively with the computing community and with society at large about complex computing activities through logical writing, presentations and clear instructions.

11. Analyze the local and global impact of computing information technology on individuals, organizations, and society.

12. Apply professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues in improving performance and as a foundation for continuing professional development.

13. Recognize the need for, and engage in planning, self-learning and professional development.

14. Acquire skills necessary to design, configure, implement and maintain networks.

15. Apply principles in security to defend information systems unauthorized access, modification, and or destruction.

 
 
 
 
 
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A. ADMISSION

The BSA Program since the start of SY 2018-2019 has adopted a liberal admissions policy wherein graduates of the ABM Track of Senior High School may be accepted into the BSA Program provided they pass the CEU Entrance Examination.

In meritorious cases, graduates of non-ABM Track may also be accepted provided they have earned respectable grades (not less than 80%)  in Mathematics and English in the Senior High School, and have also passed the CEU Entrance Examination. There is no requirement for a bridging program either for ABM and non-ABM graduates.

The Program Chair with the consent of the SAM Dean may allow the admission on PROBATIONARY BASIS of  students who failed the CEU admissions examination, with a grade not lower than 70%, provided they pass a personal interview with the Program Chair. This is conditioned on the student having earned at least a general  average of 80% in Senior High School, and a minimum grade of 80% in Mathematics and English.

 

B. RETENTION POLICY

First year students must pass all professional core and professional subjects in order to be promoted to second year. Second, third, and fourth year students may have a maximum of one failing grade for each year level in the professional core/professional subjects. The subjects failed may be re-enrolled, but in no case will cross-enrolment of failed subjects be allowed.

In addition, there shall be year-level comprehensive exams (Accounting Comprehensive Exams, ACE)  the passing of which is required in order to be promoted to the next year. A student who fails in any of the year-level comprehensive exams may be placed in a PROBATIONARY STATUS until the student is finally able to pass a re-take of the exam, which can only be re-taken not more than once subject further to the rules on probationary status.

The re-take of the ACE can only be done within the first semester of the following year. If not re-taken within that period, the student is deemed to have waived the right to take the re-take and shall be automatically be dropped from the BSA Program. The Program Chair will set the date for the re-take examination.

The required passing grade shall be 75% for the first year level ACE; for the second year, the passing grade shall be 80%; and for the third year, the passing grade shall be 85%.

 

C. PROBATIONARY STATUS POLICY

Being placed in a PROBATIONARY STATUS is a special consideration for students who temporarily do not measure up to the standards required. As such, certain limitations/restrictions may be imposed:

a. For those placed in the probationary status during their first year, the student must have a general  average of at least 2.75 in their professional core/professional subjects in order for the probationary status  to be lifted;

b. for those placed in the probationary status for any of the succeeding year-levels, passing of the year-level ACE is required to lift the status, provided further that their average grade for all their professional core/professional subjects are not lower than 2.75.

c. for those placed in that status for having a  failing grade, the failed subject must be passed with a grade not lower than 2.5, during the re-take of the subject in order the status to be lifted.

d. failure to remove the probationary status after one year, in the case of failure in ACE, shall automatically remove the student from the BSA Program. In the case of a failed subject, the student must enroll in that failed subject as soon as it is re-offered, and pass the subject with a minimum grade of 2.5, otherwise, the student will be dropped from BSA.

 

D. POLICY ON TRANSFEREES

Transferees from other schools are welcome, provided they have earned passing grades in all their  professional core/professional subjects. If year-level comprehensive exams have been passed in their previous school, there will be no need to take a comprehensive examination as a requirement for transfer.

If on the other hand the previous school has no requirement for a comprehensive examination, the transferee shall only be accepted after passing the year level Accounting Exam (ACE) with a grade of at least 80% or 2.75.  In addition to the requirement the transferee has to be interviewed by the Program Chair  to determine his/her suitability for the BSA Program.

 

E. POLICY ON SHIFTERS

Shifters from other programs are also welcomed, provided they have earned a general average of at least 2.5 from their previous program. In addition, shifters have to be interviewed by the Program Chair to determine their suitability for the BSA Program.