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Departments & Programs

Accountancy and Management Department

The Accountancy and Management Department recognizes the interrelationship of various fields in Accountancy and Business and the value of exercising integrity in pursuit of excellence and success. The Department 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 the Philippines and the world.

 

The rigorous academic preparation and exposure to partner-companies and professional organizations instill values and indispensable lessons in its students. They interact with local and international firms, exposed as they are to various types of businesses and industries, such as manufacturing, service, merchandising, finance, and the like. 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 Accountancy and Management Department 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 Department of Accountancy and Management is dedicated to a tradition of commitment toward the formation of competent, socially-responsible, spiritually-integrated, and globally competitive accountants and business professionals. 

 

SHORT VERSION

Wholistic formation of competent, responsible, spiritual, and competitive business professionals.

Distinct Features

  • Accredited LEVEL II, by PACUCOA as certified by Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) for Business Administration Program
  • 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, 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 Legal Management (3 years and 2 summer terms)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in International Management (4 years) 

 

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, management accounting and control, taxation, and accounting information systems;
  • conduct accountancy research through independent studies with 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 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 LEGAL MANAGEMENT (3 YEARS)


PROGRAM OUTCOMES

  • Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice.
  • Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino.
  • Apply legal and management principles, theories and methods to various types of organizations.
  • Analyze, evaluate and solve problems critically using legal and management tools and techniques.
  • Seek employment and facilitate the integration process in the corporate environment so they can be immediately productive once employed.
  • Make decisions and act within ethical standards and corporate social responsibility.
  • Formulate meaningful contributions as a strategic partner in building the organization to become globally competitive.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Legal Assistant
  • Tax Associate
  • Legal Officer
  • Law Practitioner
  • Paralegal Staff
  • Legal Secretary



BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MAJOR IN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

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

  • Use creative thinking and innovative strategies to see new global opportunities, manage available and potential resources, handle risks, and collaborate with international partners.
  • Create strategies recognizing the nature of institutions and forces governing the process of globalization.
  • Evaluate current conditions in developing and emerging markets and analyze present and future opportunities for international business activities
  • Compare cultures and societies globally using socioeconomic and cultural frameworks.
  • Analyze the relationship between international business and the political, economic, legal and social policies of countries, regions and international institutions to develop a framework for effective and efficient decision-making.

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

  • Inventory Control Analyst 
  • Production Supervisor/Manager
  • Bank manager
  • Process/Continuous Improvement Manager 
  • Marketing/Sales
  • Logistics Planner 
  • Demand Planner
  • Purchasing Specialist/Analyst
  • Sales and Operations Officer 
  • Marketing/Sales Officer 
  • Events Manager
  • Facilities Supervisor/Manager
  • Supply Chain Analyst 
  • Project Specialist

 

Deans and Academic Heads

Mr. Roy Raian A. Joson
Program Head of Business Administration and Accountancy
[email protected]

Legazpi Village Campus
Centro Escolar University
103 Esteban St., Legazpi Village,
Makati City
(+63)2 8893-24-61/(+63)2 8893-24-64/
(+63)2 8893-24-69 loc. 115 / 133

Faculty Profile

Permanent: 

  • 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

 

  • Azul, Alnee Joy A. 

Master in Business Administration (Non-Thesis)

Philippine Christian University

 

Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Accounting

Divine Word College of Legaspi

 

  • Cruz, Bessie L.


Associate Prof. 5

Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition


Master of Arts in Education


Doctor of Education major in Educational
Management and Planning

 

  • Dee, Anabelle P.

Assist. Prof. 3

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English


Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies


Doctor of Education major in Educational
Management and Planning

 

  • Edulag,Dominadora I.

Associate Prof. 3

Bachelor of Science in Education major in Social Studies

Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies

Doctor of Philosophy major in Southeast Asian Studies


  • Lagazon, Marcuz Alphonsus O.

Assistant Prof. 6

Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics

Master of Science in Mathemat ics Education


  • Lumpas,Ricardo S.


Associate Prof. 3

Bachelor of Science Education major in English


Master of Arts in English Literature


Doctor of Philosophy major in Curriculum and Supervision

 

  • Salazar,Rosario C.


Asst. Prof. 6

Bachelor of Science major in Biology


Master of Science in Biology


  • Tabile, Ma. Leah

Asst. Prof. 6

Bachelor of Science in Education Major in Catechetics and Social Studies


Master of Education Major in Religious & Values Education

 

  • Villanueva, Angelina A.

    Asst. Prof. 6

    Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Certificate in Proficiency in Tourist and Travel Services


    Master of Arts in Behaviora l Science

 

Probationary: 

 

  • Miranda,Kristina C.

Asst. Prof. 1

Bachelor of Fine Arts major in Advertising Arts


Master of Science major in Advertising

 

Fixed-Term:

 

  • Faronal, Ivan N.

Master in Business Administration

National College of Business and Arts

 

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Management

Access Computer and Technical Colleges

 

  • Bellaflor, Danica C

    Bachelor of  Science in  Accounting and  Technology

    Juris Doctor with Thesis


  • Ingua,Gener V.

    BSBA Financial Management


    Master of Business Administration



  • Salamat,Ramil Paolo B.

    Assistant Professor 1

    Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
    Major in Marketing Management

    Master of Business Administration

 

  • Ballecer, Julieta C.

Assistant Prof. 3

Bachelor in Physical Education


Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management


Doctor of Education major in Educational Management

 

  • Lagrimas, Albert A.

Assistant Prof. 1

Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino minor in English


Master of Arts in Teaching

 

  • Valenzuela, John Roderick

Bachelor in Elementary Education

Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry

 

Lecturer:

 

  • Garciano, Maria Corazon D.

      Juris Doctor

      Centro Escolar University

 

Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication major in Broadcast

Centro Escolar University

 

  • Marquez, Allan C.

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (Magna Cum Laude)

St. Paul School of Professional Studies

 

  • Mercado, Jennica Marielle P. 

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

Polytechnic University of the Philippines

 

  • Parcia, Jacquilene Kristine B.

Bachelor of Science in Social Work

Master of Science in Social
Work

 

  • Ramos, Jayson O.S.

Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Business Management

De La Salle University

 

Bachelor of Laws

San Beda College

 

  • Saba, Kayzer Aldrin Z.

Bachelor of Arts major in History (Cum Laude)

University of the Philippine


Bachelor of Laws

Philippine Christian University

 

  • Vergara, Elden T. 

Master of Business Administration

South Western University

 

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (Magna Cum Laude)

Binalbagan Catholic College

Linkages

  • Philippine Veterans Bank
  • Rustan Coffee Corporation
  • Alpha Land Corporation
  • Land Bank of the Philippines
  • Federal Land Inc.
  • United Coconut Planters
  • Cocolife
  • Ace Hardware Philippines Inc.
  • ABS-CBN Corporation
  • Philippine Airlines
  • Siegreich Solutions Inc.
  • Alphaland Corporation
  • ePLDT
  • Ilearn Professional Solutions
  • Planters Products Inc.
  • Fasttrack Solutions Inc.
  • Zoomanity Group
  • Kings Development Inc.
  • Jaka Investment Corporation
  • Paramount Life & General Insurance Inc.
  • Global Business Power
  • Gulliver Integrated Outsourcing Inc.
  • Fraser Place Manila
  • Medicard Phils. Inc.
  • Smart Communications Inc.
  • Mount Olympus Water Theme Park/Wisconsin
  • Evelyn Hill Liberty Island & Ellis Island/New York
  • Kalahari Resort – Wisconsin Dells/Wisconsin
  • Sunsations Ocean City-Maryland
  • Kalahari Resort- Sandusky/Ohio
  • 12 Faye Kala Inc. at Hershey Park/Pennsylvannia
  • Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals and Tours/California
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom/California
  • Xanterra South Rim-Grand Canyon/Arizona
  • Mazars Philippines, CloudCFO, SAP University Alliance

Laboratories and Facilities

The Office Simulation Room is located on the 14th floor of the Legazpi Village campus. This is an important laboratory facility for Business Administration students to enhance their curricular programs and attain course objectives. It is equipped with computer, printer, telephone, fax machine, check writer, adding machine, and business forms.

Department 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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