Management: Required Subjects

MANAGEMENT TRACK

Intersession
(optional, as per advised of the Academic Adviser)
 
ACC 15   FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING 
This course introduces the accounting concepts, principles, and procedures needed in the bookkeeping and financial presentation of single proprietorships and corporations engaged in service and merchandising operations. Emphasis is placed upon the principles that govern the construction of accounts.
 
First semester Second semester
 
ACC 15   FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING 
This course introduces the accounting concepts, principles, and procedures needed in the bookkeeping and financial presentation of single proprietorships and corporations engaged in service and merchandising operations. Emphasis is placed upon the principles that govern the construction of accounts.
 
Note:
ACC 10 can be validated/replacement for ACC 15 (program elective) only if, the student passed ACC 10 at same time took ACC 30 (passed or fail). If student did not took ACC 30, ACC 10 should validated as Free elective.
 
MKT 101   PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (for 3rd year and 4th year)
Pre-requisite: ACC 15 or ACC 30 or ACC 35
 
This course builds on the evolution of modern management toward a marketing-oriented view of business; stressing the underlying principle of the "marketing concept"; and integrating concepts in relation to consumer needs, marketing
information, pricing, product development, distribution, selling, advertising, and promotions
 
FIN 101    FUNDAMENTALS  OF FINANCE 
Pre-requisite: ACC 15
 
This course is an introduction to the tools and techniques of financial management and their use and application to managerial decision making in an intuitive manner. Topics include financial statement analysis, cost of capital, and short-term and long-term capital management.
 
or
 
FIN 102   FINANCIAL PLANNING 
Pre-requisite: ACC 15
 
This course introduces the basic concepts and practices of finance, with emphasis on project assessment and financing. Topics include techniques in appraising the firm’s financial situation, assessing its short-term and long-term financing needs, and developing packages for the optimal deployment of the firm’s financial resources.
 
4th Management elective
(Any 3 units Management elective. This last elective must be taken after the other three management electives)
 
 
ACC 15   FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING 
This course introduces the accounting concepts, principles, and procedures needed in the bookkeeping and financial presentation of single proprietorships and corporations engaged in service and merchandising operations. Emphasis is placed upon the principles that govern the construction of accounts.
 
Note:
ACC 10 can be validated/replacement for ACC 15 (program elective) only if, the student passed ACC 10 at same time took ACC 30 (passed or fail). If student did not took ACC 30, ACC 10 should validated as Free elective.
 
MKT 101   PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (for 3rd year and 4th year)
Pre-requisite: ACC 15 or ACC 30 or ACC 35
 
This course builds on the evolution of modern management toward a marketing-oriented view of business; stressing the underlying principle of the "marketing concept"; and integrating concepts in relation to consumer needs, marketing
information, pricing, product development, distribution, selling, advertising, and promotions
 
FIN 101    FUNDAMENTALS  OF FINANCE 
Pre-requisite: ACC 15
 
This course is an introduction to the tools and techniques of financial management and their use and application to managerial decision making in an intuitive manner. Topics include financial statement analysis, cost of capital, and short-term and long-term capital management.
 
or
 
FIN 102   FINANCIAL PLANNING 
Pre-requisite: ACC 15
 
This course introduces the basic concepts and practices of finance, with emphasis on project assessment and financing. Topics include techniques in appraising the firm’s financial situation, assessing its short-term and long-term financing needs, and developing packages for the optimal deployment of the firm’s financial resources.
 
4th Management elective
(Any 3 units Management elective. This last elective must be taken after the other three management electives)