Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
Junior to middle manager positions include Audit Manager, Tax Manager, Consulting Manager, Comptroller, Senior Information Systems Auditor, Senior Fraud Examiner, Senior Forensic Auditor, State Accountant; State Auditor, Financial Services Manager, Audit Services Manager, Senior Auditor, Senior Faculty; and Accounting Department Chair. Examples of senior level positions are Partner in a public accounting – auditing firm, Chief Information Officer, Vice President for Finance, and Dean of Accountancy. Other positions include Entrepreneur – Businessperson, Corporate Lawyer (after passing the Bar examination), and Management Consultant.
The program is concerned with economic issues and problems related to business organization, management, and strategy. Issues and problems include explanation of why firms emerge and exist, why firms expand horizontally, vertically and spatially, the role of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship, the significance of organizational structure, the relationship of firms with the employees, the providers of capital, the customers, the government, and the interactions between firms and the business environment.
BSBA in Financial Management
The program covers the analytical processes involved in order to facilitate asset investment decisions, financial decisions related to the raising of project funds from various resources, and dividend decisions involving distribution of allocable surplus.
A regular student can complete the program in eight consecutive semesters or four school years without having to attend summer classes.
Entry-level positions include Marketing Management Trainee, Marketing Assistant, Inventory Control Staff, Merchandiser, Advertising Assistant, Sales Representative, Receptionist; Front Desk Clerk, Order-Billing Assistant.
In addition, the program develops people to lead, motivate, inspire, and encourage and also know how to discipline and fire employees. The graduate of this program can integrate all these tasks to help create a motivated and productive work force in any modern and progressive enterprise.
A regular student can complete the program in eight consecutive semesters or four school years without having to attend summer classes. Academic instruction is blended with research and community extension activities plus 670 hours of internship that immerses students in actual work situations in the people and culture divisions of a wide variety of companies in the manufacturing, agribusiness, and service industries.
Entry-level positions are Credit/Loan Analyst, Support Staff in a Law firm, Legal Researcher, Background/Credit Investigator, Industrial Relations Staff, and Corporate Legal Counsel Staff.