Academic Programs

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College of Accountancy

By virtue of the Commission on Higher Education – National Capital Region's (CHED-NCR) Government Permit No. C-034 Series of 1991, the BS Accountancy program was offered initially under the auspices of the College of Business Administration on April 27, 1991. It was in June 2014 that the BS Accountancy program was set apart to be housed under its own college, the College of Accountancy (COA). A new program, BS Accounting Technology was operated on June 29, 2016 after CHED-NCR granted upon the College the Government Permit No. C-013 Series of 2016. In its 26 years of operation, the graduates of the BS Accountancy program had a number of topnotchers in the Philippine Regulation Commission's (PRC) Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination (CPALE), namely; Mr. Fabian K. Delos Santos Jr. from batch 1989 who got the 6th place nationwide, followed by Mr. Christopher S. Pantollano graduated batch 2006 placing 10th nationwide, Mr. Kirk Paul S. Sarmiento from batch 2010 who clinched the 9th place nationwide, and Mr. Juan Miguel G. Mallare placing 5th with a 90.17% passing rate in the recently held October 2018 licensure examination.

Programs Offered

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) is an undergraduate degree program aimed at providing future accountants with the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies to record, prepare, present, report and analyze financial information for the use of interested stakeholders.


The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program typically covers financial and intermediate accounting, cost accounting, strategic cost management, auditing, financial management, laws on business transactions and taxation. Students also take courses in economics, international trade and business, strategic management, good governance, ethics, and research methodologies.

Career Paths:

After the successful completion of the program, graduates have a variety of career paths as follows:

1. Public Accounting - graduates can work in public accounting companies (auditing firms) serving clients in areas of auditing, management consulting and tax practice or when qualified can set up their own public practice.

2. Corporate Accounting - Graduates can work in the finance and accounting departments of public and private entities preparing and analyzing the company's financial statements and budgets and managing and overseeing its financial operations. They can also work as internal auditors of the companies.

3. Governmental and Non-profit organizations - Graduates can work in various government agencies such as Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), Commission on Audit (COA), Securities and Department of Finance (DOF), among others. They can also work for non-profit organizations that require them to maintain a strict level of financial transparency and accountability.

4. Banking and Finance - Graduates of BSA can take jobs in banks, insurance companies, investment firms or credit unions, working mainly in roles such as Credit Analysts, Loan Officers, Accountants, Financial Analysts, Actuaries, etc.

5. Entrepreneurship - Graduates of BSA can also put their entrepreneurial skills to test in starting their Accounting firms or Consultancy firms specializing in taxation, audit services, management consulting, and business advisory services.


In conclusion, the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) program prepares students with a complete understanding of accounting, finance, taxation and business laws. Its curriculum produces a workforce of professionals with the required skills and knowledge to take on a variety of accounting and financial management roles. Graduates of BSA have varied career paths to choose from, including public accounting, corporate accounting, governmental and non-profit organizations, banking and finance, and entrepreneurship. As the role of an accountant is crucial in every business, government, and enterprise, the scope for accountancy graduates remains steadily growing.

Available in: Main Campus, General Santos, Batangas

Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information System

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information Systems (BSAIS) is an undergraduate degree typically aimed at integrating accounting and information technology (IT) concepts. The program prepares students to work in roles that demand technical expertise in accounting and business, as well as proficiency in information technology.


The Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information Systems (BSAIS) curriculum covers topics like Accounting, Information Systems, and Information Technology. Key Courses include financial, intermediate and managerial accounting, strategic management, database management, accounting information system, information system design, operation and management, network and database management and control, data warehousing management, business analytics, and enterprise resource planning.

Career Paths:

Graduates of the BSAIS program can pursue a range of career paths, such as the following:

1. Financial Accounting and Reporting: Graduates can work in roles that focus on financial accounting and information systems. They can be responsible for maintaining automated accounting systems that generate financial information used in both internal and external financial reporting.

2. Accounting Information Analyst: Graduates can work as information analysts whose job is to analyze accounting software and models and assess business and financial operations to identify areas in which IT systems can improve efficiency, effectiveness, and accuracy.

3. Systems Consultant: Graduates can also work as a Consultant who provides advisory services to companies. They can also be employed in consulting firms which offer support to companies in accounting information systems and accounting technology. As a result, graduates can help companies assess their current systems and make recommendations for improvement.

4. Information and System Auditors: Graduates can take on roles involving information and system audits. This requires them to perform controls and risk assessments on internal and external accounting operations, business processes, and compliance with regulatory frameworks.

5. Governmental and Nonprofit Organizations: Graduates can work in governmental and nonprofit organizations, occupying roles such as Information System Accountants, IT auditors, and Information System analysts.


In conclusion, the Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information Systems (BSAIS) program prepares students with a comprehensive understanding of accounting practices in a digital environment, helping them to specialize in this field. Graduates are equipped to navigate and comply with accounting regulations and standards in tandem with technological advancement. They can enter a variety of professions, including careers in financial accounting and reporting, accounting information analysts, systems consultants, IT auditors, and in government and non-profit organizations. As technology continues to become ingrained in accounting, more opportunities arise for graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Accounting Information Systems (BSAIS).

Available in: Main Campus