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Manila-Cavite Road, Sta. Cruz, 4100, Cavite City Philippines
Phone: (046) 431-0861
Fax: (046) 431-1461

Cañacao Campus
Padre Burgos St., Bo. Rosario, San Roque, 4100, Cavite City Philippines
Phone: 504-1810-13 / 431-8087
Fax: 504-1810-13 loc. 515

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Course Description

The course deals with theories and principles of organization and management and their application in business and industry. It likewise stresses the importance of an organization's global industry taking into account the global business environment and competitive pressures.
The course provides the students with various mathematical models for business decision-making. It enhances the student's ability to make long-range plans and develop broad strategies. It also aids in the day-to-day operation of any business, public or private.
The course introduces the students to the steps necessary to analyze a problem in information technology and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution, with a focus on how to design, implement and evaluate a computer-based system, process, components or program to meet desired results. Students will learn to analyze local and global impact of computing on individuals, organization and society.
The course deals with the basic principles of managerial economics as it integrates economic theories and other disciplines. The course concentrates on the application of the tools of economic analysis for optimal decision-making in both private and public sectors.
Topics relating the planning and control functions if manufacturing systems are presented. These topics include management of the production system, strategies of the product design and process selection, design of production systems, plant location, shop floor control, purchasing, quality management and productivity improvement.
The course focuses on developing competitive advantage by creating customer value. An understanding of customer relationships and their strategic implications is developed within the context of competitive and value-chain relationship. Emphasis is placed on developing and understanding of the analytical and managerial tools for creating competitive advantage and the similarities and differences in domestic and global marketing.
The course deals with the review of the basic accounting concepts from which the principles of accounting are derived. The concepts will serve as the foundation fr the interpretation of the financial statements. The major part of the course deals with the process of providing information to an organization's management to assist them in the effective and efficient planning, implementing and control of the organization's activities. It covers both theories and practical applications.
The course focuses on the function of management related with the procurement, allocation and effective and efficient utilization of funds necessary to meet the predetermined objectives of the firm. Special topics related with the current trends affecting the firm will also be discussed in the course.
The course deals with strategies, methods and other group processes focusing on the whole culture of an organization in order to bring about planned change. Effective change will be incorporated in the beliefs, attitudes, structures and practices so that the organization can better adapt to the fast pace of technological and environmental changes.
The course aims to teach the approach that entrepreneurs use in identifying opportunity and creating new ventures; the analytic skills that are necessary for dealing with recurring issues involved in starting, growing and harnessing the value of new ventures.
The course provides a basic understanding of what research can do and cannot accomplish and show how to effectively use research tools in management decision-making. Students learn how managers develop a research project, when to commission one, and how to interpret and present6 quantitative and qualitative research results. Students will learn about problem formulation, determining research questions, sample theory and data collection methods.
The course emphasizes the Caritas et Scientia values of a Recollect student. It will make the students imbibe the Recollect Graduate Attributes.
The course deals with the basic concepts, principles, frameworks and practices of social responsibility and good governance. It analyzes the business framework that guides social responsibility and good governance practice. It combines theory with field experience aimed at inspiring young leaders to become responsible citizens.
The course focuses on the definition and implementation of business strategy for global operations. It explores the global competitive, socio-cultural and political environment and equip managers with a framework to formulate strategies in the global marketplace.
The course aims to build an executive leadership style that creates trust, sets a clear vision and guides the entire team of a company towards greater performance and profit. It also aims to develop an executive leadership style that adapts to the persons and situations.
The course introduces the students to the ongoing process of identifying and articulating marketing requirements that define a product's feature. It guides the students in developing, creating and marketing new products or services to benefit customers.
The course will cover modern products and financial decision-making and management in a market-oriented multi-national framework. Topics include capital structure decision, risk management involving financial derivatives and currency hedging, cross-border investment decisions, subsidiary management and cross-border merger and acquisitions.
The course covers, with a focus on both theory and empirics, advanced topics in International Trade. It explores the theoretical foundation and empirical realities to international trade flows, commercial policies (tariffs, quotas, etc.) and international finance. It also emphasizes the welfare implications of international trade and commercial policies and links these to discussion of disputes over international trade agreement. The international finance portion of the course covers the foreign exchange market and balance of payments analysis.

The Graduate School, guided by the institutional vision and mission, commits itself to the development of professionals with intellectual expertise, competent and effective leadership, spirit of meaningful community involvement and scholarly attitude.

Two graduate program options are offered in the SSC-RdC Graduate School of Business: the Master in Business Administration (MBA) Thesis and Non-Thesis programs. Both curriculums are designed for individuals who desire to enhance their entrepreneurial pursuits, or in preparation for promotion to higher executive levels in their companies.

The MBA Program (Thesis/Non-Thesis) is offered on a trimestral basis, and may be completed in two academic years.

Dr. Emma D. Chico
Dean, Graduate School of Business

Graduate School of Business

(046) 431-7011 loc. 790

Graduate School of Business,
SA-300-D 3F, St. Augustine Building