Level IV accredited by the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA)
In our quest to be a Center of Excellence in Accountancy education, we will continuously develop and transform students into becoming a relevant accounting and business professionals who can contribute changes in building strong business organization.
To achieve this, we are guided by the core values of Fortitude, Excellence & Uprightness, committed to:
• Create competent professionals capable of making a positive contribution to the profession and society;
• Prepare the students for the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) Licensure Examinations; and,
• Assure students of the opportunities for employment in various businesses, including government agencies by strengthening industry partnerships and linkages.
Student Learning Outcomes
• Achieve technical competency in the following areas: financial reporting, management accounting services, audit and assurance, legal framework in business laws, strategy risk management, control & governance processes, advanced accounting and taxation. The competency is at the level as defined by the breadth and dimension requirements for the future CPAs as prescribed in the CPA syllabus.
• Acquire the essential skills pervasive to a CPA’s work that include critical thinking, oral and written communication, creating solution to business issues and problems, and informed and adept in latest business technology tools.
• Develop enabling attributes to become future accounting professionals who will serve as agents of societal change.
Admission and Retention
The following policies for admission and retention shall be effective School Year 2014-15 and apply to all incoming freshmen and transferees entering the school in that school year.
To be eligible for admission to higher studies in the BSBA-IA program, BSBA-IA students shall pass a qualifying examination to be administered by the Institute after they have taken Fundamentals of Accounting Part 2, and that the weighted average for Fundamentals of Accounting Part 1 and Part 2 should not be less than B, to be eligible to take the qualifying examinations. Those with weighted average for Fundamentals of Accounting Part 1 and Part 2 below B should be advised to shift to another program or major.
The qualifying examination is usually scheduled near or at the end of the 2nd Semester in the second year of the curriculum. Students enrolled in other BSBA majors who have completed 12 units of Fundamentals of Accounting Parts 1 and 2 may take the examination and be admitted to the BSBA-IA program if qualified. The result of the qualifying examination is final and not subject to appeal; no retakes are allowed. Non qualifiers shall be advised to shift to another BSBA major. Non qualification after this first qualifying examination is a permanent disqualification from the BSBA-IA program.
The nature, coverage, format, type and qualifying standards for the qualifying examination are reviewed regularly, and may vary. Appropriate guidelines will be issued at least three (3) months before the date of the examination.
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