Bachelor of Science in Business Administration


Department Chair


It’s our pride and honor to share with you the activities and compliances that our program goes through so that we can develop students’ knowledge in business administration students. The success of this program is a testament to the continued efforts of our leaders and faculty to improve our performance in instruction, research, extension, and production. May you guide us better as we continue to strengthen our ability to support the needs of our students and clients. Thank you, and may you have a pleasant virtual experience with us!

2022 CBT Fest

The 2022 CBT Fest spearheaded by the Society of Young Business Administrators (SYBA), the official student organization of the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, centered on embracing the digital era. This provided junior managers with a fantastic opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial, operations management, and marketing skills.


The SYBA was adjudged as the Overall Champion during the 2019 Alaminos City Campus Intramurals at the Plaza Braganza Enrique. This activity provided students the opportunity to showcase their skills, talents, and beauty. indoor and outdoor sports like chess, volleyball, and basketball were all actively participated in by the BSBA students.


Students from the BSBA program put their theoretical knowledge into practice by creating and marketing products which are showcased during the annual celebration of SYBA Fest. 

The Business Administration program utilizes an integrated approach to study the inter-relationships among the different functional areas of business and examine how the effective orchestration of these different components of business operations can lead to organizational success. At the end of the program, students are expected to appreciate the economic, social, technological as well as legal environments within which all businesses must operate, and possess the basic business knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to effectively lead an organization and achieve the desired results.

It is an inter-disciplinary and problem-focused program comprising three integrated elements: core business and management education courses, business administration core and major courses. Each major consists of courses designed to develop the critical thinking and analytical information/communication technology skills, human relation, communication, quantitative and computer skills needed by the graduates to successfully serve as leaders in business organizations. The program also addresses contemporary organizational issues such as global competition, continuous quality improvement, good governance, and the relationship between organizations and various environmental forces which are key components of a global economy.

A distinctive feature of the program is that the majority of upper-level courses include a practical project component, offering the opportunity to apply the problem-solving theories and concepts learned in the classroom to real situations. Extensive opportunities are available for students to meet business professionals and gain practical experience.




  • Management Trainee in Operations/Production
  • Operations Management Assistant
  • Technical Staff
  • Warehouse Assistant
  • Cashier
  • Trader/Financial Analyst
  • Inventory Assistant
  • Project Assistant
  • Logistics Management Personnel
  • Stock Personnel
  • Entrepreneur
  • Cashier
  • Trader/Financial Analyst
  • Management Trainee in Corporate Finance
  • Management Trainee in a Bank or Insurance Company
  • New Account Personnel
  • Credit and Collection Assistant

The graduates of the Business Administration programs are expected to assume supervisory and/or managerial responsibilities within their organization, pursue graduate studies in business and management, and manage a business.

      • Demonstrate service orientation in their respective professions.
      • Qualified for various types of employment and participate in development activities and public discourses, particularly in response to the needs of the communities they serve.
      • Contribute to the generation of new knowledge by participating in various research and development projects.
Program Outcomes Performance Indicator

                               Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILO)

  1. Demonstrate through institutional mechanisms, systems, policies, and processes which are reflective of transparency, equity, participatory decision making, and accountability.
  2. Engage in relevant, comprehensive, and sustainable development initiatives through multiple perspectives in decisions and actions that build personal and professional credibility and integrity.
  3. Set challenging goals and tasks with determination and sense of urgency which provide continuous improvement and producing quality outputs leading to inclusive growth.
  4. Exhibit life-long learning and global competency proficiency in communication skills, inter/interpersonal skills, entrepreneurial skills, innovative mindset, research and production initiatives and capability in meeting the industry requirements of local, ASEAN and international human capital market through relevant and comprehensive programs.
  5. Display, socially and environmentally responsive organizational culture, which ensures higher productivity among the university constituents and elevate the welfare of the multi-sectoral communities
  6. Practice spiritual values and morally upright behavior which promote and inspire greater harmony to project a credible public image

                Common to All Programs in All Types of School (CTS)

  1. Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice (PQF Level 6 Descriptor).
  2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing using Mother Tongue, English and Filipino.
  3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams (PQF Level 6 Descriptor).
  4. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.
  5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (based on RA 7722)

                                    Common to the Discipline (CD)

  1. Perform the basic functions of management such as planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling.
  2. Apply the basic concepts that underlie each of the functional areas of business (marketing, finance, human resources management, production and operations management, information technology, and strategic management) and employs these concepts in various business situations.
  3. Select the proper decision-making tools to critically, analytically and creatively solve problems and drive results.
  4. Express oneself clearly and communicate effectively with stakeholders both in oral and written forms.
  5. Apply information and communication technology (ICT) skills as required by the business environment.
  6. Work effectively with other stakeholders and manage conflict in the workplace.
  7. Plan and implement business related activities.
  8. Demonstrate corporate citizenship and social responsibility.
  9. Exercise high personal moral and ethical standards.

                            Specific to a Sub-Discipline and a Major (SM)

  1. Analyse the business environment for strategic direction.
  2. Prepare operational plans.
  3. Innovate business ideas based on emerging industry.
  4. Manage a strategic business unit for economic sustainability.
  5. Conduct business research.

Common to Graduates of a Horizontal Type of Institution as Defined in CMO 46, S 2012 (CHT)

  1. Demonstrate service orientation in their respective professions.
  2. Qualified for various types of employment and participate in development activities and public discourses, particularly in response to the needs of the communities they serve.
  3. Contribute to the generation of new knowledge by participating in various research and development projects.
  1. Develop the students’ competencies by instilling the latest HM knowledge and skills.
  2. Develop and enrich the HM education curriculum that is flexible and adaptable to meet the needs of students and the HM industry.
  3. Promote students’ holistic development to improve their skills and abilities.
  4. Expand and establish network of linkages with other institutions both private and public to strengthen academe-industry support.
  5. Establish instruction-related support systems.