2560 Leon Guinto Street

Singalong, Malate, Manila

Philippines

632-5677686

632-5597593

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ADMISSIONS

School of Business

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The Business Administration program covers the integrated approach and interrelationship among the functional areas of business as well as sensitivity to the economic, social, technological, legal and international environment in which business must operate. The objective of the program is not simply to impart basic business knowledge, but to instill and nurture important qualities and skills in our students that are essential for future business leadership and organizational success.

The business major program consists of courses designated to develop the critical thinking, program-solving, interpersonal relationship, communication, quantitative and computer skills needed by graduates to successfully serve as leaders in business organizations.

The program also addresses contemporary organizational issues such as global competition continuous quality improvement, good governance, and the relationship between organizations and various environmental forces which are key components of global economy.

A distinctive feature of the program is that all of upper-level courses include a practical project component (the practicum /on-the-job training), offering opportunity to apply the problem solving theories and concepts. Extensive opportunities are available for students to meet business professionals and gain practical experience.

Vision

We envision business graduates imbued with a high sense of professionalism, competent and globally competitive, socially and morally responsible, and capable of maintaining a sound work-life balance.

Mission

We are a business school committed to equip young women with professional education and life-long learning skills, through sound and meaningful pedagogical methodologies, and guided by the Benedictine values of Ora et Labora, to become competent managers, entrepreneurs and business professionals with local and global perspectives.

Objectives (Expected Output) are focused on:

1. Enhanced employability

2. Life-long and self-directed learning

3. World class competence

4. Benedictine values:

     • Ethical management behavior
     • Flexibility & innovation
     • Fundamental equality & respect
     • Obedience & humility
     • Stability & cohesion

Contact Us

School of Business
Dean’s Office Landline: (632) 567-7686 (local 296)

Faculty Landline: (632) 567-7686 (local 278)

St. Scholastica’s College Manila
2560 Leon Guinto Street, 

Malate, Metro Manila 
PHILIPPINES 1004

 

SB Progs

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Major in BUSINESS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (BISM)

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business and Information Systems Management (BISM) Program combines the fundamental intellectual content of both Information Systems Management and Business Management. It is a rigorous, challenging program for students who want to pursue a career in solving business problems through the use of information technology. It provides students the mathematics and science fundamentals of information systems management and an understanding of the environment in which information technology (IT) solutions will be applied.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Major in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (BM)

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Business Management Program develops and produce graduates who are management professionals prepared to take on entry level jobs and become highly trainable employees with considerable level of competencies to climb corporate ladders. It equips students with skills and knowledge to become excellent problem solvers, position thinkers, innovators, change agents, and socially responsible career women of strong Benedictine values. The program enables graduates to penetrate the diverse entry points of the labor market and business community. It also enables them to follow flexible career paths that would bring out the best of their inherent as well as acquired talents and capabilities in order to success in any business or corporate undertakings.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Major in FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (FM)

The Financial Management Program aims to provide to prepare the students to possess a strong foundation on theory, principles, and concepts, as well as analytical tools and perspectives that would provide a sound and competitive basis for financial decision making.

The program requires high level of dynamism and commitment from students. The students will work in depth in each course through proper balancing of finance theory and research literature with the practical aspects of financial management.

The program aims to produce graduates for the careers in financial department of general businesses, investment banking firms, broker dealer firms, management consulting firms, various department of commercial banks, and other financial institutions, central banks and international financial institutions.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Major in INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND DIPLOMACY (IBEAD)

The International Business Economics and Diplomacy Program provides students high level of professional education in the area of International Business Economics and Diplomacy. It develops the competency of students in international economic and foreign policy analysis and enhances their qualities and skills for foreign relations, negotiations, and diplomatic protocol.

The Program produces Economic Diplomats who possess fundamental and technical knowledge and skills, are molded according to the needs of both local and international private and public organizations, are imbued with a functional understanding of basic economic and diplomacy concepts, and have high level of trainability in international trade transactions and foreign relations.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Major in MARKETING MANAGEMENT (MM)

The Marketing Management Program focuses on molding young minds into highly skilled and practical marketing professionals who are equally at home in the rigorous, corporate business environment and in the highly competitive, entrepreneurial business setting. This is achieved by developing the students’ knowledge and skills competence in both the functional and analytical aspects of the Marketing profession, as well as the maturity and professional attitude of a strategically service-minded Marketing professional.

Optional specialization track/minor course in:

BUSINESS ANALYTICS

The specialization track covers a balance of functional areas, which increases competencies in understanding data structures, data analysis and data interpretation. This knowledge can be applied in any industry where data can be used for operational optimization and competitive advantages. It caters to both local and international industry demand for analytic skills.

The curriculum for the Business Analytics (BA) Specialization Track is consistent with the school’s philosophy, mission and vision statements. Access to analytic tools, computers and related digital materials as well as the Internet is provided to faculty members and students.

CORPORATE COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT

The minor program in Corporate Communication Management integrates the theory and practice of management, communication, and information technology.  It enables students to develop knowledge of the complexity and importance of communication processes and awareness of cultural and environmental issues.  The Program teaches students to critically evaluate and apply theories and practice of managing business communication in oral, written, electronic and multimedia forms.

FRANCHISING

The objective of the Franchising specialization track in Business Administration is to prepare students for leadership roles in a diverse and global field of entrepreneurship in general, and franchise management in particular.  It introduces the prospective entrepreneurs and franchise executives to the rudiments of the functional areas of business and a host of other liberal education fields.  It also aims to make students acquire knowledge of current business practices and theory and be conversant in the language of business franchising, develop competencies in critical thinking, communication and leadership skills.

SERVICE MANAGEMENT FOR BUSINESS PROCESS OUTSOURCING

The objective of the Service Management specialization tract for BPO in Business Administration is to prepare students for essential roles in a diverse and global field of service management, in general, and business process outsourcing in particular.  It aims to make students acquire knowledge of critical processes involved in the engagement, development, and maintenance of outsourcing service. The program seeks to produce business graduates who are competent, knowledgeable and motivated in identifying tools and methodologies used in our outsourcing operations.  

Diploma Course

INTERDISCIPLINARY BUSINESS STUDIES (IBS)

The non-degree program provides students a solid background in general business, management and entrepreneurship.  Through integration of contemporary business theories and practices, it provides the foundation and functional knowledge and skills as well as practical application of the principles to business opportunities and management challenges in the modern business environment.  The program offers various perspectives ranging from the planning of the small business to the broader roles of management, finance, marketing, business technologies, entrepreneurship, and employment.

SB Dept Chairs

Prof. Ramon Mañalac
Dean of School of Business

Prof. Delia Sarmiento
Business & Information Systems Management

Dr. Ralph Sabio
Business Management

Prof. Ronald Romero
Financial Management

Prof. Robert Robang
International Business Economics and Diplomacy

Prof. Jerry Cocabo Yao
Marketing Management