Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) curriculum adopts CHED MEMORANDUM ORDER NO. 3 Series of 2007, which is based on International Education Standards aimed to equip students to meet the competencies required in the workplace whether in the country or abroad. It is an 11 trimester course (3 years plus 2 semesters) which is equivalent to a 5-year course in a semestral setting. The program prepares students to be liberally educated accountants who can think and write clearly, effectively, and critically. It also prepares them to become total business advisors, who are knowledgeable with business structures and economic concepts; and trains them to be ethically and technically competent in the field of accounting and auditing.

A BSA graduate can pursue a career in any of the four (4) major fields of accountancy. The graduate can be a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Public Practitioner, who chooses to be an auditor, tax or management consultant. Second, the graduate may join commerce and industry as a comptroller, internal auditor, financial accounting and reporting staff within the Accounting Department of a business enterprise. Third, the graduate may choose to join the government as an accountant, auditor, or financial analyst in different government agencies like the COA, BIR, GSIS, AFP, and the like. Lastly, the graduate may join the education sector as a member of the College of Accountancy.

A graduate of BS Accountancy is eligible to take the Certified Public Accountants Licensure Examination.

Admission

Entering Freshmen
  • Must have a weighted average grade of at least 80% in Math and English subjects.
Shifter
  • Must have grades of at least 85% in Accounting 1 & 2 and 3 & 4.
  • Must have a general weighted average (GWA) of at least 80% from his previous course. In addition, the GWA in English and Mathematics subjects already completed and passed should be at least 80%.
Transferees
  • Must have grades of at least 85% in Accounting 1 and 2 and 3 and 4
  • A weighted average of at least 80% in Math and English subjects.
  • A GWA of at least 80% from his previous school.
  • Must obtain a grade of at least 70 percentile in the College Qualifying Test (CQT) administered by UC.

Retention

  • A general weighted average of 80% must be maintained in Math and English subjects.
  • Maximum of two (2) takes in Acctg 1 and 2, 3 and 4, and 5 & 6.
  • For all professional subjects which are common to both BSA and BSFMA, the transmutation table of “A Raw Score of 50 = 75%” will be used. However, BSA students must have a grade of 85%.
  • For all professional subjects which are exclusive for the BSA Program, the transmutation table of “A Raw Score of 75=75%” will be used.

Exit Policies

  • Students must have passed all their Accounting subjects before taking up Accounting 24 subjects.

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Certified Public Accountant Licensure Exam

  • 2nd Place - Raymund F. A. Escala, CPA
  • 4th Place - Mebielyn G. Lloren, CPA
  • 7th Place - Mark Alyson B. Ngina, CPA
  • 7th Place - Donald Mark Marcos Rapinan, CPA
  • 9th Place - Chester M. Pacio, CPA
  • 9th Place - Joselito A. Japson, CPA