College of Accountancy, Business, Economics, and International Hospitality Management

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  • mamdiazWelcome to the College of Accountancy, Business, Economics and International Hospitality Management!

    Under its umbrella are six major programs committed to hone students to be diligent and excellent professionals of the future while maintaining their humility and God-fearing attitude. During the last two years, CABEIHM has spread its wings. Added to its full-blown programs are the Customs Administration, Public Administration, and the graduate programs of both Business and Public Administration. CABEIHM is now considered one of the biggest colleges of the University. Now on its 12th year, the College remains steadfast to its commitment to uphold quality instruction, research activities and extension services not to discount the continuous education of its faculty members and workforce.

    Recognitions, awards, academic performances, research participations in the local and international avenues, and board examinations results are inviting reasons to enroll in this College .

    Dr. BENDALYN M. LANDICHO
    Dean,CABEIHM

     

    The School of Accountancy, Business & Economics (SABE) was established in June 1999 with initial four-course offerings: BS Accountancy, BS Business Administration, Bs Applied Economics and BS Entrepreneurship. All these courses have computer applications to keep abreast with the changing time. Also, a six-month on-the-job training was made mandatory and part of the four-year programs.

    Prof. Marites de Chavez was its first Dean and supported by a lean (5 faculty members) but witty teaching force. On its second year, new programs were offered: BS Marketing, BS Financial Management and BS Secretarial Administration. Enrollment in the department in SY 2000-01 doubled which made SABE the largest department in the Main Campus. Likewise, the member of instructors had increased five-fold.

    School Year 2001-2002 brought some major changes in the department. The School of Accountancy was created and separated from the original SABE. Thus, two (2) dynamic departments were created, the School of Business & Economics (SBE) and the School of Accountancy ( SA) headed by the Dean Ma. Carmen Lontoc. In the same year, students of SBE were mandated to take up additional minor courses and a new course, BS Accounting Management, was offered in the School of Accountancy.

    In 2002, to Executive Order No. 330 of Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency of Accreditation Program (ETEEAP), the BS Business Administration Program was revised with a new program title, BS Business Management and with 13 majors:

    1. Banking and Finance Industrial Relations
    2. Corporate Communication International Banking
    3. Economics Insurance and Risk Management
    4. E-Commerce Management Information System
    5. Financial Management Marketing Management
    6. Human Resource Management Secretarial Administration
    7. Legal Management

    The School of Accountancy and the School of Business & Economics were again merged retaining its former name, i.e. SABE or the School of Accountancy, Business & Economics. The curricula in the BS Accountancy & BS Business Management were revised in 2007 in pursuant to CHED Memorandum Order No. 39, Series of 2006. A five-year BS Accountancy program was offered in 2007 and the BS Business Management program was reverted back to its original name, BS Business Administration, this time with only five (5) majors:

    1. Business Economics
    2. Financial Management
    3. Human Resource Development Management
    4. Marketing Management
    5. Operation Management

    In May 2008, the International Hospitality Management Department became part of the School of Accountancy , Business & Economics, This mean that the BS Tourism Management & BS Hotel & Restaurant Management programs, which were formerly with the College of Industrial Technology, are now included in the program offerings of the School. Corollary to this, the name and the status of SABE were changed. It is now called the College of Accountancy, Business, Economics & International Hospitality Management (CABEIHM). The Change of name and status was approved on May 26, 2008 during the 18 th regular meeting of the Board of Regents of Batangas State University.

    From its humble beginning, the College has achieved prominence in various fields. The Accountancy Department in particular has produced several board passers starting 2003 when our 1 st batch of graduates took the CPA Licensure Exam. To date, BSU’s Accountancy program has received recognitions from the professional Regulation Commission (PRC) as one of the top performing schools nationwide. For the past 5 years, our passing percentage is always above the national passing percentage.

    CABEIHM QUICKFACTS

    1. Awarded for Level I status by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) in BSBA and BSA program last September 2009 and candidate for Preliminary survey for HRM and Tourism program

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    2.Dr. Nora Lumbera- Magnaye, the first lady President of Batangas State University, warmly welcomes His Excellency, Vu Xuan Truong, the ambassador of the Republic of Vietnam, together with Dr. Tuan Anh, the Director for the International Training Program of Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry. They arrived on August 5, 2008 to visit the professors from TNU who are taking intensive English Course at BSU, and to strengthen the relationship between the two Universities by discussing the extension of the undergraduate, Master and Doctors Programs.

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    At present, there are five (5) Vietnamese students graduated in Business Administration Program of the College. (3- Business Economics Major and 1 Financial Management major.

    3. CPA Licensure Exam

    68.75% or 22 out of 32 passing rate

    4. Membership and affiliation

    • Phil. Association of Collegiate Schools of Business
    • Council of Management Educators
    • Association of Marketing Educators
    • Junior Phil. Institute of Accountants
    • Councils of Deans and Educators in Business
    • Entrepreneurship Educators Association of the Phil.
    • Financial Executive of the Phil.
    • Association of Administrators in Hospitality, Hotel and Restaurant Management Educational Institution.
    • Association of Certified Public Accountant


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    BS Accountancy

    Program Educational Objectives

    1. have acquired and developed professional competence required in local and off-shore training and development as staff or supervisor in accounting, auditing, consulting, tax and other related works both in local and international industry.
    2. have engaged in the practice of the accountancy profession in any of the four sectors: education, public practice, government and commerce and industry,
    3. conducted himself in a respectable manner that upholds the honor, dignity and integrity of accountancy profession by adhering to the code of professional ethics,
    4. Have actively involved/active involvement in community service towards the improvement and development of the society.

    Student Outcomes

    1. Apply organizational and business knowledge in the performance of their job assignments
    2. Apply critical thinking skills in problem solving and decision making
    3. Demonstrate proficiency in the international financial reporting, auditing standards and management accounting
    4. Communicate effectively both oral and written form
    5. Conduct and apply feasibility study and research

     

    BS Accounting Management

    Program Educational Objectives

    1. have acquired and developed professional competence required in local and off-shore training and development as staff or supervisor in accounting, consulting, tax and other related works both in local and international industry.
    2. have engaged in the practice of the accounting profession.
    3. conducted himself in a respectable manner that upholds the honor, dignity and integrity of accounting profession.
    4. Have actively involved/active involvement in community service towards the improvement and development of the society.

    Student Outcomes

    1. Apply organizational and business knowledge in the performance of their job assignments
    2. Apply critical thinking skills in problem solving and decision making
    3. Demonstrate proficiency in the international financial reporting, cost accounting and management accounting
    4. Communicate effectively both oral and written form
    5. Conduct and apply feasibility study and research

     

    BS Business Administration 

    Program Educational Objectives

    To produce business professionals who:

    1. have acquired and developed competencies in business economics, financial management, human resource development management, marketing management and operations management.
    1. develop and implement solutions to business problems constrained with external environment and  competitive  forces  (local, regional, global) .
    2. Advocate ethical leadership and intelligent decision making as managers and entrepreneurs
    3. Have active involvement in research and extension service towards the improvement and development of the society.

    Student Outcomes (CMO 039, Series 2006)

    1. Convey ideas clearly both and written English
    2. Prepare, analyze and evaluate reports, proposals and concept papers
    3. Demonstrate the values of fairness, transparency, accountability, hard work, honesty, patience, diligence, innovativeness and risk taking
    4. Apply the principles of the different forms of communication
    5. Develop the ability to access, retrieve and disseminate information using IT
    6. Perform quality work
    7. Understand the concepts and principles of good interpersonal relations
    8. Develop a wholesome personality
    9. Participate actively in business association and comply with their policies and obligations
    10. Demonstrate leadership qualities, civic mindedness and responsible citizenship
    11. Conduct environmental scanning
    12. Conduct feasibility study and other business research/plan
    13. Explain the concepts, approaches and techniques of environmental conservation
    14. Know and understand the country’s national development thrusts, concerns and socio economic indicators

  • Graduate Studies

  • CABEIHM RESEARCH

    ACTIVITY 1: THE ART OF MENTORING RESEARCH

    November 19, 2011, the research coordinators of CABEIHM, Mr. Gemar G. Perez and Mrs. Irene Maralit conducted the first research conference at Multimedia 2, CITE Bldg., Batangas State University, Main Campus 1. The program started at 8:00 AM by the registration of participants. After the registration, the program proper was initiated by an invocation and national anthem. This event was hosted by Mr. Angelo C. Panilagan and Ms. Ma. Krystle A. Banaag. A short message from Prof. Elisa S. Diaz Dean of CABEIHM was rendered. Research Director Prof. Rosemarie Robles, the first speaker, tackled the status of university research. The statistical records reflected that CABEIHM Research, for the past years, had been stagnant. Dr. Virginia Baes, also an invited speaker, made a discussion on how to come up with researchable topic. The third speaker, Prof. Elisa S. Diaz, discussed the Monsters of Research — the problems encountered by the researchers, advisers, and panelist in the research course.

     

    In the afternoon, the Director of Planning and Development, Prof. Ramona I. Romero, gave details on the content of the research papers. Moreover, the discussion on the statistical treatment and proper measurements in research was rendered by the Prof. Realiza M. Mame. In the end, the research coordinators discussed the proper format of thesis and feasibility studies. The program ended at 5:30 PM after several questions being raised and answered. The program was formally closed by Prof. Carmela S. Macatangay, the Associate Dean.

     

    ACTIVITY 2: FACULTY RESEARCH COUNCIL

    The month of March was a busy month for the Research Unit of CABEIHM. The faculty members of the college submitted research proposal for the intended research council on March 18, 2011. The following are the faculty researchers, title of their study and the result:

    RESEARCHERS TITLE RESULT
    1. E.Diaz
    2. E.Patena
    3. A. Ilagan
    4. M.A. Dimacuha
    5. A. Panaligan
    6. MJ Cueto
    RING FENCING OF THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT COLLEGES IN BATSTATE-U MAIN CAMPUS 1 FROM 2006-2010: BASIS FOR POLICY APPROVED
    1. A. Perez
    2. M.K. Banaag
    3. C.Alulod
    ASSESSMENT ON THE EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TRIPS TO INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MGT STUDENTS OF BATSTATE-U APPROVED
    1. G. Perez
    2. T. Ani
    3. C. Alulod
    EFFECTS OF GENDER EQULAITY TO ECONOMIC GROWTH OF THE PHILIPPINES APPROVED
    1. NB Manalo
    2. A. Catapat
    3. SP Lacorter
    PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES OF TESTING ADMISSION OFFICE OF BATSTATE-U: BASIS FOR MARKETING STRATEGIES DEVELOPMENT APPROVED

    ACTIVITY 3: STUDENTS RESEARCH COUNCIL

    March 20, 2011, the research unit of the college conducted a Local Students’ Research Forum. The activity was started was started at 9:30 AM. Different student’s researches have been presented: the Economics, HRDM, HRM, Tourism, and the THRM students. Those researches had undergone evaluation through the panel led Prof. Elisa S. Diaz, Prof. Carmela S. Macatangay and Dr. Virginia Baes. Feasibility studies conducted by the students were also presented during the afternoon. Students from Accounting Management, Accountancy, and Marketing presented various product feasibility studies. The same evaluation procedure was followed to screen the said presentation. The best paper presented became the department’s entry for university research forum. The following are the list of students and researches who won on the best researches:

    Best Research Mary Stephany M. Landicho Matching Competencies of BS Tourism Graduates and the Tourism Enterprise
    2nd Best Research Herald Marasigan Assessment of the Bench Taining Program
    Best FS Food Category
    Roanne Gay Pascua
    Osmille Manalo
    Tropical: Making of Banana Flour
    Best FS Non-Food Category
    Michelle Aldat
    Sheela Marie
    Razonable Katheryn Lontok
    Amiztoso Bag