The course introduces students to the fundamental financial decisions made by profit and non-profit organizations. The principal objective of the course is to develop an understanding and implementation of the basic managerial tools and techniques for rational decision making. Financial analysis is integrated to assist students in determining the financial condition and performance of a company in order to chart the direction of the firm amidst rapid changes in environmental factors.
Course Outcome : At the end of the semester, the student should be able to
1. Equip students with the concepts, tools and techniques necessary to assess the firm’s financial performance and condition
2. Determine the procedures/system on the working capital management and identify sources of short-term financing.
3 Enable students to forecasts the financial requirements of the firm.
4. Enable students to explain and identify the different types of risk and compute the time value of money.
5. Assess and evaluate objectively the firm’s proposed investments using capital budgeting techniques
6. Enable students to explain and discuss the nature and features of mergers, and corporate restructuring.
7. Integrate the value of honesty, fairness, mutual interest and concerns for others in the conduct of business activities or even in
- Teacher: Gilda C. Monsole
This course is designed for busy professional educators, administrators, and others who desire to earn a degree without leaving their current posts or countries of origins. This is a study of the various types and methods of research. It focuses on the research process that includes problem identification and definition, formulation of theoretical and conceptual framework, objectives and hypotheses, identification of study variables, selection of appropriate research designs, sampling, data collection, data processing, data analysis and interpretation and report writing.
This course aims the following:
1. Recognize the need for and use of research in development, the value of scientific process and critical thinking in problem solving and decision making.
2. Identify and explain possible causes and effects of existing problems of the society.
3. Explain and illustrate the various types and methods of research.
4. Explain and demonstrate the various steps of undertaking research.
5. Apply the research process in the study of a specific problem, and;
6. Prepare and present a research proposal.
- Teacher: April Ann B. De La Gente
- Teacher: Roldan P. Pescos
This is a course that aims to enable a student, through a “process,” to “act, “think,”” and “take the role” of a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or a member of the “Top Management Team” of a firm. Thus, eventually, this “process” will enable a student to possess that much needed “CEO Perspective, “tools, and “stock knowledge” that would give him/her the ability to chart the course of a firm on the most “efficient,” or at the very least, the most effective way, given today’s “hyper competitive” business environment. Accordingly, students shall pass through a “process” that involves, but may not be limited to, the following: The Case Method; Lectures; Exploratory and/or Applied Research on Assigned topics; Presentation of Selected Papers; and Actual Company Exposures (If possible).
Incidentally, this course has to assume that a particular student who enrolls in this program is already exposed and equipped with the basic management exposure and “tools” (i.e. Basic Accounting, Financial, Personnel, and Marketing Management Exposure, and Organizational Diagnostic Skills). These “tools” are needed to analyze complex business problems. These tools are also very critical when formulating “basic strategic decisions” that would eventually lead to “doable” and “workable” operating policies and courses of actions, given –what the management “Gurus” call as—the “The Givens”—of the firm’s external and internal environment.
- Teacher: Rowena M. Libo-on
- Teacher: Jonathan J. Razon