Programs Offered (SAM)

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (5 years) (BSA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Legal Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in:
    • Management
    • Management with Specialization Track in Service Management in Business Process Outsourcing
    • Financial Management
    • Marketing Management
    • Management Accounting

              - Associate in Accounting Technology (leading to BSBA Management Accounting)


The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy prepares the student for entry into a wide range of careers such as government service, business management, financial services and postgraduate study in accounting and other related areas. The program is an essential requirement for public accounting after the CPA licensure examination. The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy aims to:

  1. provide to comprehensive knowledge, and critical awareness of the main ideas, concepts, models, principles in accounting;
  2. develop skills in preparing financial and management-related reports that are in accordance with the International Reporting Standards;
  3. develop skills in the field of quality assurance and auditing in accordance with the International Auditing Practice;
  4. cultivate reportorial and communication skills specifically in the field of business and accounting;
  5. cultivate skills in quantitative analysis through the use of standard mathematical and statistical techniques and their application to accounting, finance, and business management problems;
  6. fortify skills in team working, information handling, use of information technology and skills for life-long learning; and 
  7. equip student with life and career skills.

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the 5-year degree program, the graduate is expected to have the ability to:

  1. demonstrate knowledge of physical, social, natural sciences, humanities and management sciences applicable in the field of accounting;
  2. provide safe, appropriate, systematic and ethical financial reports necessary for economic decision-making using the accounting process;
  3. integrate technology knowledge, principles, and theories from other disciplines necessary to solve business problems; 
  4. apply guidelines and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) in the preparation of financial reports for all forms of business organization;
  5. preparation of financial reports for all forms of business organization;
  6. practice accountancy profession in accordance with existing, laws, legal, ethical, and moral principles;
  7. document and judiciously communicate on client information , on financial position, on results of operation and all forms of management required reports;
  8. perform excellently in the global community through an in-depth knowledge of culture and language;
  9. work effectively in teams, in collaboration with other professionals;
  10. practice effective management and leadership skills in the delivery of accounting and management advisory services;
  11. conduct social science and business research using suitable scientific methods and design;
  12. participate in life-long learning to keep the profession abreast with the current national and international developments, issues and trends in accounting, business and management;
  13. analyse, synthesize and interpret to provide meaningful conclusions and recommendations for decision makers;
  14. work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
  15. specialized business management knowledge in each applicable field and at the same time apply that knowledge in solving actual business management-related problems and situations’ and
  16. attain knowledge of relevant contemporary issues.


The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration aims to: 

  1. provide comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the concepts and principles of business and management;
  2. develop competency in preparing management plans and reports;
  3. develop skills in the field of research, entrepreneurship, office management, quality management and assurance;
  4. develop proficiency in business communication and information technology;
  5. enhance quantitative skills in solving management problems through business analytics;
  6. reinforce skills in human relations, teamwork, collaboration, leadership, and social interaction; and
  7. inculcate honesty, integrity, accountability, work ethic, and lifelong learning for total human development.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the BSBA Program, the graduates are expected to:

  1. apply the concepts and principles of business and management in classroom evaluation activities and actual business environment;
  2. prepare standard, accurate and timely management plans and reports, such as financial statements, business plans, case studies, etc.
  3. conduct complete and relevant business researches;
  4. demonstrate entrepreneurial, office management, and quality management and assurance capabilities through simulation, participation in trade fairs and business exhibits, and other meaningful activities;
  5. prepare business letters, case reports, and professional resume using office productivity software;
  6. present and defend case studies, business reports and proposal
  7. solve management problems using business analytics, mathematical and statistical techniques and models;
  8. engage in team-building, leadership training, networking, partnering, group dynamics and other social interaction activities; and
  9. exhibit desirable values in all dealings in the family, community, workplace and society as a whole.