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College of Business Administration and Accountancy

"Establishing Faith, Building Commitment, Training for Service"

The College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA) is one of the nine undergraduate and graduate schools of Philippine Christian University (PCU). It commits itself to deliver high quality education imbued with the formation of Christian character, responsive to the needs of people, and making them responsible leaders and stewards, fostering inter-faith and international goodwill and understanding. 

Vision

The College of Business Administration and Accountancy envisions to be in the forefront of developing globally competitive business leaders, entrepreneurs, public servants and professionals that are nurtured in Faith, imbued with zealous character and committed to serve towards a just and humane society.

Mission

The College of Business Administration commits to:

  1. Provide student relevant Christian values to prepare them to become effective leaders, good stewards of God’s creation, responsive and law-abiding citizens.
  2. Prepare students the excellent quality education to attain vast knowledge in the business operations and equip them to become globally competitive.
  3. Equip students with entrepreneurial acumen through on-the-job training/immersion with industry and professional institution partners.

Key Benefits

  • The strength of PCU’s innovative and globally competitive CBAA programs in a flexible format using blended learning methods that comply with international standards for quality education and professional licensure.
  • The advantage of CBAA’s academically rigorous curriculum, designed and adapted for a blended learning experience including virtual learning platforms that mirror a classroom experience.
  • A global cohort of accomplished peers with diverse perspectives and life experiences and established overseas institutional linkages that can provide a meaningful exchange of knowledge and supportive community.
  • Direct, real-time engagement with and personalized, actionable feedback from CBAA faculty, course facilitators, and a community of peers.
  • GRADUATES of the school will be professionals who are technically competent, proactive leaders and responsible citizens.

Objectives

The Department of Business Administration aims to give its students professional training in modern business principles and practices.

  1.   To educate students in diversified disciplines to make them become stewards of Christian values and useful members of society and the entire world.
  2. To be able to provide best quality services through innovative business approaches.
  3. To produce excellent graduates for a globalized work competitiveness.
  4. To promote a balance in spiritual consciousness and economic security through trendsetting of business policies and corporate values.
  5. To develop business professionals with integrity of character and genuine interests in extending service in upholding the human dignity of their fellowmen regardless of race, religion and creed.

PCU CBAA Programs

The College of Business Administration and Accountancy offers the following courses:

Ariel D. Pineda, CPA, Ph.D.
Dean

Welcome!

If you are looking for an institution that empowers students for careers in accounting and related fields, as well as preparing them to deal effectively with the problems they will face as professionals, we are honored to have you as a learner at the Philippine Christian University – Manila.

The Autonomous and ISO Certified University is driven by the finest practices in governance, business, and industry in the First Ever Updated and Complete BSA Online Courses to provide a complete BS in Accountancy Program available anytime, anywhere.

Our curriculum involves providing assurance and audit services for statutory financial reporting, tax-related service, management decision-making, devising planning and performance and control systems. We strive to foster attributes that improve a student’s professional and research competence, understanding of his or her societal duties, and appreciation for an accountant’s high level of integrity and objectivity.

Our graduates’ performance in the Licensure Examinations demonstrates that they have been equipped with business understanding, analytical skills, and a solid grounding in operational reality at the national and local levels.

Over the years, we have produced globally dynamic, competent and ethical professional graduates with ability to support the various stakeholders in taking strategic and operating decisions through the presentation and analysis of financial data and information arising from business transactions.

Having been granted Levels III and II by the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities Accrediting Agency, Inc. (ACSCU-AAI) and a five-year re-accreditation status from 2014 to 2019 by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), which was extended to this date, the college continues to develop innovative programs that would address the current and future changes and challenges in business and accountancy education in the country.

With our roster of highly proficient faculty who are also business practitioners, students are given varied and sound theoretical perspectives, practical opportunities, and hands-on experiences to navigate the business landscape as they prepare for the future armed with the Christian values of faith, character, and service.

We warmly welcome you to Philippine Christian University Manila!

Curricular Strategy

The strength of PCU’s innovative and globally competitive CBAA programs in a flexible format using blended learning methods that comply with international standards for quality education and professional licensure. The College’s academically rigorous curriculum is designed to adapt for a blended learning experience including virtual learning platforms that mirror a classroom experience.

CBAA has a global cohort of accomplished peers with diverse perspectives and immense work experiences and established overseas institutional linkages that can provide a meaningful exchange of knowledge and supportive community. The College offers direct, real-time engagement with and personalized, actionable feedback from CBAA faculty, course facilitators, and a community of peers. GRADUATES of the various CBAA Programs are professionals who are technically competent, proactive leaders and responsible citizens.

 

 Critical Expertise Required

 Instructional Strategies

 Leadership skills

 Seminars, workshops, training, learning modules, team teaching.

 Negotiation skills

 Symposium, company tour, reaction papers, graded recitation, simulations.

 Sales and Marketing skills

 Business presentation, marketing research, role playing, multimedia presentations, research activities.

 Relationship building

 Seminars, workshops, educational tours.

 Decision-Making

  Case analysis, thesis, research, team teaching.

 Analytical skills

 Learning modules, thesis, feasibility studies,

Milestones

  • PCU is one of the two major mainline protestant universities at the heart of Metro Manila owned by the United Methodist Church and United Church of Christ in the Philippines
  • PCU Core stands for Faith, Character and Service.
  • It is a member institution of Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities (ACSCU).
  • It is granted an AUTONOMOUS STATUS by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the governing body covering both public and private higher education institutions as well as degree-granting programs in all tertiary educational institutions in the Philippines.
  • It is an ISO Certified University
  • It has a wide scope of digital infrastructure and with a Learning Management System called “BLUEBOOK
  • It has two campuses, in Manila and another in Dasmariñas, Cavite.

Acaylar, Prackie Jay
Faculty

Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management
Master in Public Admin
BS Accountancy


 
 

Azis, Sittie Najliah A.

Juris Doctor
BS Accountancy


 
 

Bo, Armando B.

Master in Business Administration
BSBA Major in Accounting


 

Carreon, Phoebellyn S.
 

Bachelor of Laws
BS Commerce Economics


 

Chan, Albert

BSC Major in Accounting
Bachelor of Laws


 
 

De Los Reyes, Delia J.

BSBA Major in Accounting


Estocada, Donato

Master in Business Administration
BS Accountancy


Hogar, Rolando


Master in Business Administration
BS Accountancy


Larida, Edwin G., Jr.

Doctor of Education Management and Pedagogy
Master in Business Administration
AB Political Science


Legaspi, Daniel John

BS Accountancy


Lumalang, Jamstela

Master in Business Administration
BSBA Major in Management Accounting


Mendoza, Aurelia J.


Doctor of Philosophy in Business Management
Master in Business Managements
BSBA Major in Accounting


Nunez, Emerson R.

BA Social Sciences Major in History and Minor in Philosophy


Nunez, Fernando III

Master in Business Administration
BSBA Major in Accounting


Reyes, Maria Paz


Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration
Teacher Certificate Program
Master’s in Business Administration
BSBA Major in Economics


Sanchez, Ruben

Master of Arts in Education, Major in Educational Management
Master in Business Administration
Bachelor of Science in Math


Santos, Alan Jeffrey


Master of Science in Professional Accounting
BS in Electronics and Communication Engineering
BS Accountancy


Trinidad, Nicole


Master in Business Administration specialization in Financial Management
BS Accountancy


Visda, Mac Kerwin

BS Accountancy


Abando, Arllie M.


Master in Customs Administration
BS Customs Administration


Adlawan, Darwin


Bachelor of Ministry
Bachelor in Business Administration Management


Caogdan, Maria Alma S.


PhD Business Manangement
MBA
AB Mass Communication


Catindig, Henry Ferrer Jr.

BS Customs Administration


Cruz, Jielyn

BS Customs Administration


Giner, Rhogin V.


MBA
BS Customs Administration


Macawile, Jimsy F.


BS in Customs Administration
Associate in Marine Transportation

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