Introduction to Financial Accounting. Accounting concepts & principles applied to service, merchandising, & manufacturing operations; partnerships & corporations; the analysis, interpretation & uses of accounting data for management.
Fundamental accounting theory & terminology with reference to accounting practice & management's use of accounting data.
Continuation of Fundamental Accounting Theory & Practice I.
Principles & practices in business management; an overview of the functional areas of business; an introduction to case problem-solving.
A survey of sociological, technological, legal, psychological, economic & other external factors which influence business decision-making in the Philippines.
Introduction to the strategic & tactical decisions in manufacturing & service operations.
Trends and developments in operations management.
Effective management of technological advances especially planning & control for the benefit of the firm & society.
Prerequisite: BA 105/COI for non-BA students. 3 units.
Accounting theory & the problems in the application of generally accepted accounting principles.
Accounting theory and the problems in the application of generally accepted accounting principles.
A continuation of BA 114.1 Accounting Theory and Practice I.
Uses of accounting information for managerial planning & control.
Principles of cost determination & control; job order cost, process cost, estimated cost, & standard cost systems; budgetary control; analyses & uses of cost data.
Specialized topics in cost accounting for planning & control.
Applications of accounting theory to specific business activities, viz., joint ventures, liquidation of partnerships, special sales procedures, home office & branch relationships, business combinations, parent & subsidiary relationships, & fiduciaries.
Application of fundamental accounting theory to more complex business activities such as joint ventures, business combinations, parent and subsidiary relationships, income taxation, leases, derivative instruments, and employee benefits.
A continuation of BA 118.1 Advanced Accounting I.
Selected topics in accounting theory &/or practice.
Auditing concepts, audit standards, programs & procedures for the examination of current assets, non-current assets, liabilities, proprietorships, revenues & expenses & the preparation of financial & audit reports.
Design, use & control of manual & computerized accounting systems. Introduction to the use of computers in accounting.
An integrated audit course.
Information dimensions of decision-making processes; identification, evaluation, modification & integration of information flows into management information systems.
The controllership function; characteristics of management control systems; the tools & techniques for controlling, manufacturing, marketing & administrative costs; the tools & techniques for planning & decision-making; financial planning policies & problems; motivation & control in organizations.
The application of the income tax law & regulations in the determination of the tax liabilities of individuals, estates & trusts, partnerships & corporations.
The application of laws & regulations governing estate, inheritance & gift, business & miscellaneous taxes in the determination of tax liabilities.
The management of consulting firm; preparation of feasibility studies; marketing, technical & financial aspects; project evaluation.
Study of the structure, functions & operations of financial institutions, money & capital markets.
Introduction to the principles governing financial management of business enterprises with emphasis on short-range planning & management of working capital.
Long-range planning & management of the long-term financial position of a business organization; recapitalization & liquidation.
Principles & practice with special emphasis on the evaluation of project studies, security analysis & the establishment of standards for the selection of industry, issue & security.
Prerequisite: SS. 3 units.
Study of the basic theory, valuation methods & practical applications of derivatives securities.
The concepts & principles of behavior in business organizations.
Basic principles & frameworks in the management of acquisition, development & movement of human resources in organizations.
Introduction to the Philippine legal system emphasizing business relationships & transactions in contractual agreements; organization & regulation of business enterprises.
The Constitution, Obligations & Contracts, sales, quasidelicts, damages, lease, all special laws including presidential decrees & administrative regulations pertinent thereto. 3 units.
Agency, single proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, conglomerates. joint ventures, multinationals, securities act, insolvency law, civil code provisions on orders of preference & concurrence of credits, licensing of foreign corporations & cooperatives, & pertinent laws, rules & regulations administered by the Securities & Exchange Commission, Board of Investment, Central Bank, Board of Domestic Trade & other government agencies.
Basic principle of taxation & the use of the tax power as an instrument of government policy, including those reflected in the Internal Revenue Code, the Local Tax Code, Real Property Tax Code, & the Customs & Tariff Code.
Instruments, Warehouse Receipts Law, Document of Title under the Civil Code, Insurance Law, Deposit.
Constitutional provisions on labor, Labor Code, as amended, Government protection & promotion of Overseas Labor, Allied Labor Laws, Agrarian Reforms.
The legal framework governing contracts of sales, agency, loans, guaranty, pledge & mortgage.
All banking laws including the Central Bank Act, the General Banking Act & laws governing other specialized financial institutions, government-owned or controlled & partly private-owned; investment houses, offshore banking units, FCDUs, guarantee & insurance of lending institutions, Central Bank regulations on interest rates.
Laws governing foreign trade such as treaties & regulations governing international transactions, promoting, regulating & restricting exports & imports, tariff & other measures as instruments of protectionism.
Principles, practices & development of integrated marketing programs.
Planning, managing & evaluating the communication mix - advertising, sales promotion, packaging, public relations & personal selling.
Psychological, economic, anthropological & sociological perspectives in understanding the consumer and in designing marketing programs.
Principles & methods used in the systematic & objective search for & analysis of information relevant to identification & solution of marketing problems.
Principles & practices in the marketing of goods & services across borders in the context of a dynamic international business environment.
Principles & practices in the management of retail & wholesale enterprises; merchandising, store operations, promotion, & control.
Developing & managing brands, products or product lines including development, product launch & product portfolio assessment; maintaining brand equity & leveraging strong brands across line extensions & categories.
The coverage varies from time to time depending on relevance of topics & interest of seminar participants.
Information & communication technology concepts & tools; business process applications of software packages.
Advanced applications of information & communication technology concepts & tools in management decision making & practice; technology evaluation & management issues.
Analysis & solution of management problems; deterministic models such as linear & integer programming, transportation, assignment, inventory management, & project management models.
Analysis & solution of management problems; stochastic models; decision theory, Markov processes, queuing, simulation, forecasting, regression, & other statistical applications.
Principles & methods for analyzing, designing & developing different types of business & management systems.
An integrated approach to decision making viewed from a top management perspective; discussion of comprehensive problems of organizations.
Strategic approaches to the integration & management of information, with emphasis on top management involvement, hardware, telecommunications, & human resources.
Principles, problems, & practical aspects of entrepreneurship & intrapreneurship; innovation & new business formations in start-up or corporate settings.
Special topics in the field of business administration. 1-3 units. may be taken for credit more than once.
Supervised field work or internship. 1-3 units.
1.0 - highest (increments of 0.25 up to the passing mark of 3.0); 5.0 - failing
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