Overview

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VISION
In support of the University vision, the College of Business Studies by 2018 envisions to be the lead institution in enterpreneurship, marketing, economics, accountancy and other business related disciplines in Region III.

MISSION
The College is committed to provide excellent academic learning in order to develop competent and competitive business experts who are adept in making a difference in the local and global business arena.

GOALS
To produce marketing experts, entrepreneurs and economists in the local and global business arena.

OBJECTIVES
Being one of the most promising College of DHVTSU, the College of Business Studies is committed to achieve the following objectives:

  • To develop students consciousness and appreciation on the importance and relevance of their chosen field of study.
  • To equip students not only with theoretical and analytical skills but as well as with the newest issues, trends and strategies in business like Total Quality Management (TQM), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Good Governance.
  • To inspire students to unleash their fullest potential and achieve a high level of business professionalism so that they can contribute towards the attainment of the country’s short and long term goals.
  • To produce quality graduates who have the competitive advantage in the dynamic world of marketing, entrepreneurship, economics and other business related endeavors.

Academic Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing

    The Business Administration programs covers the integrated approach and interrelationship among the functional, areas of business as well as sensitivity to the economic, social, technological, legal and international environments where business must operate. The objective of the program is not simply to impart business knowledge, but instill and nurture important qualities and skills that are essential for future business leadership and organizational success in our students.
    It is an interdisciplinary and problem focused program comprised of three integrated elements: basic business, business core and professional courses. The program also addresses contemporary organizational issues such as global competition, continuous quality improvement, good governance and the relationship between organizations and various environmental forces which are key components of global economy.
    The marketing management in particular, prepares the students to be responsive to the business environment by providing technical skills and competences in the areas of marketing. Theory is blended with practicum activities to give the students a broad and enriched base for career in marketing. More so, students who major in marketing learn the six functional areas related to the marketing process – brand marketing, advertising, sales promotion, market research, sales and retailing. Further, students might learn about product development, pricing, consumer decision making, and legal aspects of marketing and global marketing as well.

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Entrepreneurship

    The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Entrepreneurship program is designed to provide strong foundation to students on the theories and concepts of marketing management, finance, accounting and information technology. It offers students business education with focus on the issues involved in both starting a business and fostering innovation in a corporate setting. Students develop an entrepreneurial perspective through incorporation of concepts from management, marketing and finance to explore the creation, growth and success of new enterprises.

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Economics

    The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Economics is designed to provide students with a strong foundation and an understanding of the world of economics, covering local and global economic conditions as well as the methods and applications of economic analysis. The course teaches students choose and maximize limited resources, and analyze problems that may arise as they make these choices, which in effect, trains them in policy formulation that can have direct or indirect effect in their economic decisions.
    The program includes topics and courses in banking, investments, business processes, laws, international economics, managerial economics, human resource economics, liberal arts and government.
    The program is designed to enhance the strategic planning and research skills, critical thinking, problem solving and analytical skills of the students.

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Accountancy

    The Bachelor of Science in Business Accountancy is a five-year program that prepares the student for the Certified Public Accountants’ Board Exam which encompasses subjects in Accounting, Audit, Business Law and Taxation. It prepares students for job opportunities in the Accounting profession and helps them be ready in coping the problems they will be facing as Professional Accountants. BS Accountancy prepares students solve problems that needs logical thinking, reasoning, analytical skills, and effective communication skills in order to succeed in the program professional values such as Commitment, Patience, and Hardwork are integral in becoming a Professional Accountant.
    BS Accountancy also provides students with the knowledge of what accounting is about and its role in business and its fundamental concerns and concepts. It broadens the ability of the students to analyze, interpret and evaluate relevant accounting problems and apply them in real world of work scenarios.
    It also develops the students’ accounting skills to perform such duties as payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, bookkeeping, auditing and tax preparations. And lastly, it provides students with stimulating academics design to develop their skills and capabilities in areas that will assist in their personal and professional growth.

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Accounting Technology

    The Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology is a four (4) year non-board program which focuses on basic accounting and finance skills that prepare students pursue their careers in bookkeeping, accounting, tax preparation and auditing. BS in Accounting Technology prepares students solve problems that needs logical thinking, reasoning, analytical skills and effective communication skills.
    The course combines business process knowledge, accounting skills and Information Technology skills fit for the 21st century workers. It equips students with the necessary knowledge skills required for the Certified Accounting Technician (CAT) licensure – a 3 level examination which is recognized in United Kingdom, Australia and in some parts of America, and for real world of work application of such.


Faculty & Staff

Prof. Luisito B. Reyes
Dean, College of  Business Studies

Ms. Maria Liberty F. Isip
Chairperson, Department of Business Administration (Acroos all programs)

Faculty Members

  1. AKIATE, Yuri Walter D. 
  2. AUSTRIA, Jane Ann P.
  3. BASCO, Lucia V.
  4. BURCER, Omego B.
  5. CANLAS, Lairine
  6. CAOLENG, Gerald
  7. CAPILI, Mariefel F.
  8. CARREON, Jason Y.
  9. CERVANTES, Ruby D.
  10. CUNAN, Carmela A.
  11. DE JESUS, Regina D.
  12. DE JESUS, Raven M.
  13. DELA PEÑA, Agatha D.
  14. EVARISTO, Sheryll Marie M.
  15. FAJARITO, Dennis T.
  16. FLORES, Marianne M.
  17. GARCIA, Nina Diosa C.
  18. GIRON, Wency
  19. GOMEZ, Mharee Joie Shynne P.
  20. GUINTU, Joseph Ian P.
  21. GUINTU, Ma. Antonette M.
  22. ISIP, Maria Liberty F.
  23. LARIN, Rosalie G.
  24. MACAPUGAY, Krist Mark Q.
  25. MANAPSAL, Jessie D.
  26. MARCELO, Carla M.
  27. MENDOZA, Grace A.
  28. MUAN, Janine Lou M.
  29. MUÑOZ, Dioned S.
  30. MUSNI, Lord Francis
  31. NAVARRO, Vincent M.
  32. OCAMPO, Ruth R.
  33. PAMINTUAN, Rachelle T.
  34. PASION, Herbert A.
  35. PAULE, Pol Andrew M.
  36. PONIO, Juris C.
  37. ROMERO, Nerson Ray F.
  38. RONQUILLO, Roel D.
  39. SALONGA, Estrella G.
  40. Twaño, Rowina M. 
  41. Umali, Cristal Rio M.