COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ACCOUNTANCY
(CBAA)


Associate in Business Information Management (BIM)

This is a two-year course which combines technical computer skills with practical business knowledge to solve unique business issues. BIM seeks to educate students to understand and apply the theories and concepts of a broad, integrated curriculum covering computing, informatics, business fundamentals, and analytical decision-making. This is a ladderized course leading to BS Accountancy or BS Information Technology.

 

BIM CURRICULUM


Business Administration                             27 units
Information Technology                              27 units
NSTP/PE/CE                                            18 units
General Education                                     12 units
Practicum/Internship                                   3 units
Total Number of Units                                87 units

 

Eployment Opportunities for BIM Graduates

Graduates can immediately apply their information technology and business skills in a wide range of industries and companies. They can work administrative office jobs both in public and private.

Entry-level Positions: Business Analyst, Associate Project Manager, Web Designer/Developer, Programmer/Database Administrator

Mid-level Positions: Project Manager, IT/ERP Consultant, IT Manage/Team Leader. Internet Marketer/Entrepreneur

 

BOOKKEEPING NC III SESSION PLAN (292 HOURS)
Basic Competencies                                                                       # of Hours
Leading workplace communication                                                                4
Leading small team                                                                                      4
Developing and practice negotiation skills                                                       2
Identifying/ determining fundamental cause of problem                                     2
Using mathematical  concepts and techniques                                                4
Using relevant technologies                                                                           4
Total Hours                                                                                       20 hours

 

Common Competencies
Maintaining client relations                                                                             4
Managing own performance                                                                            5
Applying quality standards                                                                              5
Performing computer operations                                                                     10
Total Hours                                                                                          24 hours

 

Core Competencies

Journalizing transactions for single proprietorship                                            72
Journalizing transactions for partnership                                                         24
Journalizing transactions for corporation                                                         24
Posting transactions                                                                                    16
Preparing trial balance                                                                                  16
Preparing financial reports for single proprietorship                                           24
Preparing financial reports for partnership                                                        24
Preparing financial reports for corporation                                                        24
Reviewing internal control system                                                                   24
Total Hours                                                                                         248 hours

 

Employment Opportunities for Bookkeeping NC III Graduates

A person who has achieved Bookkeeping NC III qualification is competent to become a Bookkeeper or an Accounting Staff.

 

POLICIES ON THE COMPUTATION OF GRADES AND RETENTION

 

1. The “Base 50” equation shall be used in the computation of grades of BSA and BSBA students during the preliminary, midterm, pre-final, and final examinations, shown as follows:

Grade = (Raw Score/ Total Number of Items) x 50 + 50,
for example, (75/100) X 50 + 50 = 88%.

 

2. For the four (4) comprehensive examinations* to be administered to BSA students, the “Zero-Base” model shall be used, as follows:

Grade = Raw Score/ Total Number of Items,
for example, 75/100= 75%.

 
3. A student shall be retained in the BSA program provided:

A. He/she meets the required cut-off grade of 2.5 (81%-83%) in all professional courses.
B. A BSA student obtains a passing grade of 3.0 in all four comprehensive examinations and in all subjects administered in all CEs. Three retakes are allowed in all comprehensive examinations. Those who do not pass the CELs for the third retake will be advised to shift to BSBA program. The student shall apply for the said examination and pay the required fees. BSBA and BIM students who have successfully passed ACCTG101 and ACCTG102 shall be allowed to take CEL 1 provided that they will pay the required fees.

 

FACULTY
We have competent faculty members who are ready to assist our students. Accounting courses are handled by Certified Public Accountants. Law courses are taught by a lawyer. Professors who have master’s degrees in business administration and public administration teach other professional courses. General education courses are handled by licensed teachers and teachers who have appropriate degrees. In addition, many of our faculty members have industry experience before joining the academe.   

 

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