We have good news for our Management students. The UP Board of Regents approved the proposal of the School of Management to revise its program to institute a minor degree in Marketing and a minor degree in Finance. The minor degrees allow flexibility in the program to enable the students to choose their interests and help them prepare and excel in their chosen careers.
The minor degree in Marketing will enhance the student’s knowledge of various marketing content and strategies needed for decision-making regarding the competitiveness and success of the firm. The minor degree in Finance will provide students the knowledge and skills required for decision-making regarding value-adding activities that contribute to the sustainability and profitability of the firm.
Starting this Second Semester, Academic Year 2020 – 2021, third-year standing BS Management students may apply to shift to BS Management MINOR in Marketing or Finance.
APPLY FOR SHIFTING TO BS Management with a minor PROGRAM
Copy 1 – Office of the University Registrar
Copy 2 – Office of the College Secretary
Copy 3 – Student
The revised BSM program is a 4-year program designed to produce leaders and managers who have the flexibility to perform in the corporate environment as well as engage in entrepreneurial endeavors. The revised BSM program includes courses on the management of innovation, management of information systems and technology, business analytics, and management research. These courses are intended to enhance the ability of the students to handle the challenges that will confront them when they graduate from university.
For inquiries, please send us an email at [email protected] or call us at +63(32) 2328187, 2332855, 2338203, 2336042 extension 304.
Based on the survey of 42 BS Mgt graduates (2017) taken by the School of Management at end of 2019:
Based on research involving a representative sample taken from 339 BS Management graduates from 2007-2012:
– Highlights of Students’ Research in Mgt 199 (Desquitado C., Alimpolos R., Dalid M., Labadia I., Limoran D., & Mago J., 2013)
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