Course Descriptions

MG-101  Principles of Management & Organization (3 units)

Presents the basics of an operation theory and science of  management. Emphasis is placed on the application of management science and theory given today’s changing environment. Discussion is focused on the management functions and organizational behavior. The concept of business social responsibility is further explained and discussed in this subject. Students are required to do oral and written analyses of cases.

MG-102  Marketing Management (3 units)

Provides a working knowledge of the various of marketing-consumer behavior, competition, product management, pricing, channels of distribution, advertising, marketing research and develops the ability to synthesize these elements into marketing strategies based on a thorough grasp of the business environment. Social Responsibility in marketing management is discussed. Students are introduced to the case method in this course.

MG-103  Financial Management (3 units)

Introduced the finance function in business through the policies of asset management, short, intermediate and long-term financing. Focus is given to cash management. Receivables and inventory management, as well as capital budgeting.

MG-104  Human Resource Management (3 unit)

This course aims to familiarize the students with various aspects of Human Resource Management, including its functions and responsibilities as well as the role HR plays in contributing the success of the organization. The course will also identify the current challenges the HR faces as a result of the fast paced technological changes and globalization as well as organizational competitiveness. It will try to see employees and organizations the micro and macro level, to enable the students to have a wider perspective of the HR system.

MG-105  Production & Operations Management (3 units)

Provides an adequate background of the fundamentals of production planning and control, method analysis, work measurement, inventory control, plant lay-out and materials handling. Includes the practical applications of the tools and techniques of production or non-manufacturing and service function.

MG-106  Business Statistics (3 units)

This course provides the student with the fundamental of understanding of the concepts of probability theory and statistical inference necessary to effectively employ statistical methods in contemporary business situations. Topics covered are: probability concepts, probability distributions, sampling and sampling distributions, statistical estimation, hypothesis testing, regression, correlation, multiply regression, index numbers and time series.

MG-108  Quantitative Techniques in Business/Operations Research   (3 units)

Thus course seeks to: enhance the student’s ability to perform the quantitative analysis necessary, understand the usefulness and limitations of the methods recognize situations where the methods can be applied beneficially, and be aware of the issues involved when utilizing the results of the analyses. Coverage is topical and includes quantitative analysis techniques such as matrices, graphic linear inequalities, graphical sensitivity analysis, linear and waiting line models. The introduction to concepts via cases in decision-making related to operations and strategies is preferred whenever appropriate.

                        Prerequisite: M-106 (Business Statistics)

BL-101  Business Law (3 units)

Covers the basic concepts of obligations and contracts which a person in her/his private and business life will normally encounter, Case situations are studied and analyzed in relation to legal concepts.

TAX-101  Business Taxation (3 units)

This course deals with the internal revenue taxed applied to business enterprise. It includes Value Added tax, Percentage Tax and Documentary, It will likewise cover the administrative provisions, basic concepts and practical provisions of law on individual income and business taxation, as embodied in the National Internal Revenue Code.

ECO-102  Macroeconomics with LRT (3 units)

This course is an introductory macroeconomics course. It deals with the economy as a whole and focuses on the fundamentals of Macroeconomics. It presents an overview of the economy and discusses its basic operations that place particular emphasis on the study of national income, the business cycle, the unemployment problem, inflation, fiscal and monetary policies, and international trade.