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Schools and Programs

School of Accountancy and Management

The School of Accountancy and Management recognizes the interrelationship of various fields in Accountancy and Business, and the value of exercising integrity in the pursuit of excellence and success. The School produces highly-skilled, creative thinking individuals who are passionate about the accountancy profession and business and development, and equipped with the knowledge, determination, and experience to lead in the Philippines and in the world.


Rigorous academic preparations and exposure to partner companies and professional organizations instill values and indispensable lessons among the students as they interact with local and international firms, various types of businesses and industries, such as manufacturing, service, merchandising, finance, etc. The program calls for students to work closely with seasoned practitioners from whom they learn valuable methods, disciplines, and details through intensive and constantly updated training in their respective fields. They develop expertise enhanced by local practice and global awareness.


Graduates of the School of Accountancy and Management have been making their mark of leadership and performance in their respective fields, both local and international.

 
VISION

"Total Quality Education for Global Accountants and Business Professionals"

 
MISSION

The School of Accountancy and Management is dedicated to a tradition of commitment towards the formation of competent, socially responsible, spiritually integrated, and globally competitive accountants and business professionals.

Distinct Features

  • ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) certified: Business Administration Program
  • CHED Center of Development in Business Education
  • HIGHEST LEVEL of Accreditation, LEVEL IV, by PACUCOA as certified by Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) for Business Administration Program for Manila and Malolos Campuses; and LEVEL II for Makati Campus
  • Qualified and Competent Faculty
  • LEVEL I Accredited Status for the Accountancy Program, by PACUCOA as certified by FAAP
  • National Champion in Business Research – Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) and Southeast Asian and Taiwan Universities (SATU)
  • Linkage with Universities in Asia, Europe, and USA
  • International Practicum in the United States of America
  • Memorandum of Agreement with the Megaworld Foundation for multi-million Scholarship Grants
  • Home of the Philippine Council of Deans and Educators in Business (PCDEB)
  • Partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, with GO Negosyo, and Sycip Gorres and Velayo (SGV)

Academic Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (4 years and 2 summer terms)
  • Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting (4 years) 
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (3 years and 2 summer terms) Major in:
    • Management
    • Financial Management
    • Marketing Management

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ACCOUNTANCY

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

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

  • 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;
  • conduct accountancy research through independent studies of relevant literature and appropriate use of accounting theory and methodologies;
  • employ technology as a business tool in capturing financial and non-financial information, generating reports and making decisions;
  • apply knowledge and skills to successfully respond to various types of assessments (including professional licensure and examinations); and
  • confidently maintain a commitment to good corporate citizenship, social responsibility and ethical practice in performing functions as an accountant.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Accounting/Finance Educator
  • Bookkeeper
  • Business Analyst
  • Chief Accountant
  • Consultant/Advisor
  • Comptroller
  • Cost Accountant
  • External Auditor
  • Financial Analyst
  • Internal Auditor
  • Staff Accountant
  • Tax Specialist

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting should be able to:

  • resolve business issues and problems with a global and strategic perspective using their knowledge and technical proficiency in the areas of financial accounting and reporting, cost accounting and management, management accounting and control, taxation and accounting information systems; 
  • conduct management accounting research through independent studies of relevant literature and appropriate use of accounting theory and methodologies; 
  • employ technology as a business tool in capturing financial and non-financial information, generating reports, and making decisions; 
  • apply knowledge and skills that enable them to successfully respond to various types of assessments (including professional licensure and certifications); and 
  • confidently maintain a commitment to good corporate citizenship, social responsibility, and ethical practice in performing functions as an accountant.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Accounting/Finance Educator
  • Bookkeeper
  • Business Analyst
  • Chief Accountant
  • Consultant/Advisor
  • Comptroller
  • Cost Accountant
  • Financial Analyst
  • Staff Accountant
  • Tax Specialist

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(MANAGEMENT, MARKETING MANAGEMENT, AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The graduates of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration should be able to:

  • apply the concepts, principles, and skills learned in business and management in their future employment or entrepreneurial endeavours;
  • prepare standard, accurate, and timely management plans and reports, such as financial statements, business plans, case studies, etc. for all forms of business organizations and conduct complete and relevant business researches;
  • solve management problems using mathematical and statistical techniques, and technological techniques and models, and contribute to the formulation of intelligent decisions and strategies;
  • 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 the existing laws, legal, ethical, and moral principles, and perform excellently in the global community through in-depth knowledge of culture and language; and
  • participate in lifelong learning to keep the profession abreast with the current national and international developments, issues, and trends in business and management.

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BSBA) MAJOR IN MANAGEMENT

  • Operations Manager
  • Inventory Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Logistics Management Personnel
  • Entrepreneur
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Management Consultant
  • Area Manager
  • Administrative Manager
  • Educator
  • Production Associate
  • Researcher

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BSBA) MAJOR IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT

  • Marketing Assistant
  • Account Executive
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Service Crew
  • Merchandiser
  • Customer Service Agent/Representative
  • Sales Trainee
  • Front Office Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Product Manager
  • Advertising Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Marketing Manager

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BSBA) MAJOR IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • New Account Personnel
  • Credit and Collection Assistant
  • Credit Analyst
  • Treasury Assistant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Cashier
  • Trader/Broker
  • Bank Manager
  • Finance Manager
  • Finance Analyst
  • Account Executive
  • Treasurer
  • VP for Finance
  • Educator

Deans and Academic Heads

Dr. Rosemarie I. So

Dean, School of Accountancy & Management

riso@ceu.edu.ph

 

2nd Flr. DCTH

Centro Escolar University

9 Mendiola St., San Miguel, Manila City

Direct line: (+63)2 8735-9443

Trunk line: (+63)2 8735-6861 loc. 213 or 304

Faculty Profile

Permanent Faculty:

 

  • Antonio,  Rowel E.

Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Master of Business Administration

Centro Escolar University - Manila

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Management

Centro Escolar University - Malolos

 

  • Espinas, Ma. Eleanor C.

Doctor of Philosophy Major in Higher Education Management

Centro Escolar University

 

Master in Business Education

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

Bachelor of Business Education Major in Business Distributive Arts

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Fabian, Bella Marie L.

Doctor of Philosophy major in Business Management

Centro Escolar University

 

Master in Business Administration Major in General Management

University of the East

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Accounting

University of the East

 

  • Grey,  Margarita E.

Doctor of Philosophy Major in Business Management

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

Master of Arts in Teaching Major in Business Management

University of the East

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Business Administration

Manuel L. Quezon University

 

  • Joson, Roy Raian A.

Master of Science in Accountancy

University of the East 

 

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Centro Escolar University 

 

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Management Accounting

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Santiago, Precious Swelan C.

Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management

Centro Escolar University 

 

Master of Arts in Teaching 

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Laws

University of the East

 

Doctor of Optometry

Centro Escolar University

 

  • So, Rosemarie I.

Doctor of Philosophy Major in Business Management

Centro Escolar University

 

Master of Business Administration

Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Business Administration

University of Santo Tomas

 

Lecturer:

 

  • Co,  Joseph Y.

Master of Business Administration

Philippine School of Business Administration

 

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Philippine School of Business Administration

 

  • Dela Cruz, Lyssander Rodan

Doctor of Business Administration

Trece Martires City College

 

Doctor of Public Administration

Trece Martires City College

 

Master of Business Administration

San Beda University

 

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

San Beda University

 

  • Katapang II, Ignacio E.

Master in Business Administration

International Academy of Management and Economics

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Accounting

Far Eastern University

 

  • Ong, Josefina 

Master in Business Administration - Financial Management

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Accounting

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Sandoval, Dennis A.

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management

St. Jude College

 

Doctor in Business Management

Philippine Women’s University

 

Master of Arts in Business Administration

Ateneo De Manila University

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Accountancy

De La Salle University

Linkages

  • Capital Market Institute of the Philippines (CMIP)
  • Department of Trade and Industry
  • Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (FINEX)
  • First Place, Inc.
  • Global Business School Network
  • Management Association of the Philippines (MAP)
  • Megaworld Foundation Inc.
  • Mendiola Consortium
  • Philippine Association of Collegiate Schools in Business (PACSB)
  • Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (Go Negosyo)
  • Philippine Council of Dean and Educators in Business (PCDEB)
  • Philippine Franchise Association
  • Philippine Marketing Association (PMA)
  • Prime Venture Service Cooperative (PVSC)
  • The Eduk Circle International Center for Communication Studies
  • University Belt Consortium Research and Extension Linkages (Ubelt Research Linkages)
  • University of Asia and the Pacific – School of Economics and Center for Research and Education
  • Wadhwani Foundation

 

PRACTICUM/INTERNSHIP SITES

  • Abbott Laboratories Inc.
  • Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
  • BDO Roxas Cruz Tagle and Co.
  • BIR Intramuros-Finance Department
  • BIR RR6-Commission on Audit
  • Bureau of Internal Revenue National Office
  • Camara,Custodio & Co.
  • Chronotron Inc. (Unisilver Time)
  • Citi Global Realty and Development Inc.
  • Coca-Cola Bottlers Business Services 
  • Commission on Audit (Main Office)
  • Darwin Movers, Inc.
  • Department of Budget and Management
  • Department of Budget and Management (DDM) 
  • Fabway Stone Inc.
  • JLA Accounting Outsourcing Services
  • JTC Group of Companies
  • KPMG Consulting (Philippines), Inc.
  • Landbank of the Philippines
  • Loxon Philippines Incorporated
  • Santos Verde San Juan & Associates
  • Manila Bulletin
  • Manila Hotel
  • Maritime Clinic for International Seafarers, Inc.
  • Megaworld Corporation
  • Megaworld, Inc
  • NTT Data Corporation
  • Osmundo Salonga Jr. Accounting Services
  • Philippine National Bank
  • PLDT 
  • Power Steel Specialist Trading Corp.
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Services Philippines
  • Pru Life UK
  • RCBC - Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation
  • RCBC Savings Bank Corporate
  • RLR Research and Analysis Inc.
  • Robinsons Bank Corporation
  • San Miguel Foods, Inc.
  • Security Bank Corporation
  • Social Security System
  • Tan, Ong & Associates Co.
  • TCL Sun, Inc.

Laboratories & Facilities

The utilization of Quality Productivity Rooms by SAM students for their small group meetings in their Business Research, Feasibility Study, and Strategic Management Courses is considered as an effective way to improve the level of instruction, which will translate to better-prepared and more meaningful student researches and case analysis.

 

The School of Accountancy and Management has continuously improved its instructional facilities through the construction of additional simulation rooms, specifically four (4) Case Discussion Rooms and a Case Presentation Room, and the maintenance of classrooms highly equipped with built-in LCD projectors and LED television sets.

 

The Case Discussion Rooms are used for small-group discussions for cases and researches of SAM students. It can also serve as a meeting room for SAM school-based student organizations.

School Scholarships

Various scholarship programs are available to qualified students, be they entering freshmen or continuing students. Freshmen may avail of a scholarship, which is renewable upon fulfillment of certain requirements. In addition, continuing students may apply for scholarships funded by the University itself, alumni and friends of the University, and some corporations with interests in the University.

The University also provides financial grants to students who participate in extracurricular activities such as extramural, membership in the choir, leadership in student councils, or other similar groups.

Only one scholarship or financial grant shall be enjoyed by any student. In case a student is qualified for more than one university scholarship or grant, he/she may avail himself/herself of the higher or more generous grant.
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