Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting

The BSMA curriculum is a 9 trimester course (3 years), equivalent to a 4-year course in a semestral setting. The course prepares students for a career within the accounting and finance division of both private enterprises and public sectors. The courses offered are a combination of accounting and related business subjects to equip them with the needed skills, proficiency and intellectual abilities. All the four (4) major fields of Accountancy, namely, public practice, commerce and industry, government, and education, need support staff to work as bookkeepers, financial analysts, audit staff, inventory control personnel, accounts payable administration personnel and other accounting works where a CPA title is not required. The BSMA graduate could adequately respond to this need.

The course's strong finance element also opens up career opportunities in non-accounting related aspects of commerce, banking and other financial institutions. Among others, the BSMA graduate can be employed in the highly lucrative Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry rendering financial and accounting services.

BSMA is a non-board program. The student may pursue the Bachelor of Science in Accountancy Program and be eligible to take the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination.

Admission

Entering Freshmen
  • High school graduates with an average grade of 80% in English and Mathematics subjects.
Transferees
  • Must obtain a score of at least 70 percentile in the College Qualifying Test (CQT) administered by the University of the Cordilleras.
  • Must have passed at least 80% of the total number of credits enrolled in other schools
  • Must have obtained a general weighted average (GWA) of at least 80% in all English and Mathematics subjects taken.

A BSMA graduate may pursue a BSA program after passing a qualifying exam.

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