The Business Administration program covers the integrated approach and interrelationship among the functional areas of the 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 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 the global economy.
A distinctive feature of the program is that all of the upper-level courses include a practical project component (the practicum /on-the-job training), offering the opportunity to apply the problem-solving theories and concepts. Extensive opportunities are available for students to meet business professionals and gain practical experience.
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.
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.
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
School of Business
Dean’s Office Landline: (632) 8567-7686 (local 2296)
Faculty Landline: (632) 8567-7686 (local 2278)
St. Scholastica’s College Manila
2560 Leon Guinto Street,
Malate, Metro Manila