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Padre Burgos St., Bo. Rosario, San Roque, 4100, Cavite City Philippines
This course will cover introduction to financial accounting within the context of business and business decisions. It will explore the development of accounting information and the use of various types of accounting information found in financial statements and annual reports. It will emphasize what accounting information is, why it is important and how it is used by economic decision makers. Specifically, it will cover introduction to business and decision making, basic structure and development of useful accounting information for a service and merchandising business of a sole proprietorship form of business organization. It also covers an understanding of the basic financial statements (balance sheet, income statement, statement of owner’s equity, and statement of cash flows).
This course will cover the continuation of the basic concepts of financial accounting within the context of business and business decisions with emphasis on a corporate form of organization and with an overview of a partnership form of organization. It will emphasize what accounting information are needed by the stakeholders of a corporation and partnership forms of organization, their importance and how they are used by economic decision makers. Specifically, it will cover the formation of corporations and partnerships and transactions related with profit distribution of both forms of organization, dissolution and liquidation of partnerships, the computation of the book values and market values per share of corporations. It also provides a brief discussion of the forms of outside assurance on financial statements; and techniques that are helpful in the analysis of accounting information.
The course covers Accounting concepts and principles and the framework for the preparation
This course will cover an introduction to financial management. It will focus on what business firms should do to achieve their financial goal, which is to optimize the owner’s wealth. Specifically the course will include discussion of the finance function, the operating environment of finance, key concepts such as time value of money, risk and return, tools of financial analysis and planning, utilization of funds and acquisition of funds.
This course is designed to familiarize the students with the principles and practices in marketing of goods and services. It is divided into five parts, namely: marketing and the Filipino consumer, products, price and the factors affecting price, place; and promotion of goods and services.
This course deals with the fundamentals of business organizations and management.
The theories and principles of organization and management, as well as their application
in business and industry are thorough-
The course introduces the students to the factors affecting the behavior of individuals and groups in organization focusing on the specific factors that tend to explain the behavior of individuals, groups, and organizations. Various theories and models of organizational behavior work group behavior, motivation in life and work, and human relations among others are discussed and related to organizational practices and phenomena.
This course is designed to develop an understanding of financial institutions and financial markets and their relationship to public policies and management policies. Included are studies of market structure, profit strategies, relationship of commercial banks and other financial institutions, problems of asset and liability management, and theory of interest and asset prices.
This course covers the techniques of establishing credit, obtaining and checking
information, servicing the loan, billing and collecting the amount due. Each of a
bank’s installment credit operation is carefully scrutinized. After successfully
completing this course the student should have a working knowledge of: Collection
policies and procedure; Principles of credit evaluation; Open-
This course is divided into two parts, as follows:
Part 1: Introduction and Overview -
Part 2: Central Banking -
This course focuses on Capital Market Theory, its efficiency and implications. It establishes its coherence with the rest of the financial institutions within the financial environment. The course also deals with the relationship of the financial market with the government and how the latter stands a powerful influential tool. The course likewise attempts to develop the analytical ability of the students through various financial case presentations.
Introduction to financial management and finance; Cash flows and financial analysis; The make up of interest rates, risk and the time value of money in financial calculations: The techniques of valuing bonds and stocks and the risks associated with valuations; Capital budgeting techniques, cash flows estimation and risks in capital budgeting;
The components of capital, the cost of capital and leverage; Managing working and
capital, cash and financing; Corporate financial planning, corporate restructuring
and an overview of inter-
This course deals with solving common financial problems. The primary focus is on
equity (share) valuation, with some attention given to credit analysis and the valuation
of debt. The methods of fundamental analysis will be examined in detail and applied
in cases and projects involving listed companies. Topics include models of shareholder
value and a comparison of accounting and discounted cash flow approaches to valuation,
methods of financial statement analysis, testing the quality of financial reports,
This course deals with the study of fundamental theories of optimal portfolio selection, investment evaluation, securities valuation, industry and company analysis in relation to stock market operations, management of fixed income investments, international portfolio diversification.
The course aims to teach the approach entrepreneurs use in identifying opportunity and creating new ventures; the analytic skills that are needed to practice this approach; and the background knowledge and managerial skills that are necessary for dealing with the recurring issues involved in starting, growing, and harnessing the value of new ventures.
The course enables the student to have an integrated view of the management of a financial institution. Topics include corporate environmental scanning, situation audit, objective setting, strategy and tactics formulation, financial planning and control in the context of a periodic planning cycle.
Case studies of planning in financial institutions will be extensively used. The profit and cost center performance via the transfer pool pricing management information requirements as well as designing the database management system will also be discussed.
In this course, the students will have an in depth study of a non-
This course covers the controllership function in a business organization with focus on financial institutions (banks, investment houses, finance companies, stock brokerages, and insurance companies). It also covers the management of data and information, the systems of control through operating and capital budgets, tax administration, protecting assets, and general internal control systems and procedures.
This course covers the review of basic corporate finance terms, issues in internationals trade and multinationals; Macro determinants of exchange rates; Foreign exchange markets; Futures and options, parity conditions and hedging; Measuring accounting exposure; Managing accounting exposure; International Financing; Capital Budgeting and the Cost of Capital; Transfer pricing and Asset Management are also taken up in this course.
The course aims to introduce to the students a more intensive discussion of the various
domestic and inter-
The course supports students embarking on their first applied practicum course in
preparation for profession-
A. To equip the students with the core competencies of professionals in the field
of finance and financial management to prepare them for a career in the financial
department of general businesses, investment banking firms, broker-
B. To develop a curriculum congruent to those prescribed by CHED and other professional certification institutions and associations to enable our students the opportunity to pass the international certification examination in their pursuit of professional growth and development.
C. To provide opportunities to students for professional internship/practicum in their field of specialization in order to help them to effectively adapt to the real world of business.
D. To develop the capability of students to perform research for them to become locally and globally competitive.
E. To hire faculty members who possess the educational qualification, professional
experience, classroom teaching ability, computer literacy, and other attributes essential
for the successful conduct of the BSBA-
F. To promote linkages and networking with other schools, professional organizations, and business and industry.
G. To guide the students to become well rounded Christians for them to develop a
H. To inculcate in the students a clear concept of their social responsibilities, namely:
I. Their commitment to the pursuit of discipline and excellence in performing their professional work and when engaging in activities for community improvement and national well being.
II. The integration of an attitude of compassion, generosity, justice, fortitude, prudence, perseverance and temperance particularly in the practice of the virtue of charity.
III. The practice of faith, integrity, Marian devotion and teamwork in order to depict a sense of humility in the midst of professional and personal achievements and success.
Mrs. Arianne D.J. Lacorte, MBA
Head, Financial Management Department
BSBA Major in Financial Management