Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Central Colleges of the Philippines

Program Description

Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Central Colleges of the Philippines

Master in Business Administration


The graduate school of the CCP was established in 1979 under government recognition No. C-002, dated June 6, 1979, starting with an initial offering of MBA and MAT.

As an expression of its social responsibility and in order to keep the poor and deserving ambitious college graduates to seek higher education, CCP opened its Graduate School charging minimal, and affordable costs of tuition to its college faculty and students.

The CCP Graduate School commits itself to develop relevant expertise, acumen and competence among the students in the field of Business Administration, Public Management and Teaching not only to attain academic excellence but to prepare them to meet the challenge of global competition.


Objectives of the Graduate Programs

The Graduate School serves as the academic home of graduate studies in education, business and public management. Primarily it provides the graduate students with opportunities for study and research.

The Graduate School as a center for the advancement of learning commits itself to the following goals:

  • To encourage and develop an inquisitive mind through research, which is one of the functions of graduate education.
  • To encourage the analysis of value which confronts people in decision making through actual class work and maximization of motivation techniques.
  • To develop flexibility and pragmatic adjustment to varied and changing social realities - social, economic and political - be it in the personal and professional dimension of living through community service and fieldwork.

This program is designed to expose professionals to the basic and applied concepts in business to be more effective as managers and entrepreneurs and productive members of the business community.

Curriculum - Thesis Program
    

BASIC SUBJECTS (Core-subjects)    

  • Methods of Research
  • Math for Business & Eco with Statistics  
  • Philosophy of Business


   
REQUIRED MAJOR SUBJECTS 
    

  • Human Behavior in Organization    
  • Management Accounting & Control
  • Management of an Enterprise    
  • Financial Management
  • Business Policy and Decision Making


    
 ELECTIVES (Choose two (2) subjects only) 
    

  • Production Management     
  • Marketing Management     
  • Managerial Economics  


       
THESIS WRITING

  • Thesis Writing I
  • Thesis Writing II


 
Note: Non - business graduate students enrolling for MBA are required to take a Seminar in Business Principles I and II (non - credit) before they can enroll in any major subject


Coverage:

Seminar in Business Principles I

    Students should be grounded first on the basics of:

a)     Principles of Management

b)     Principles of Accounting


Seminar in Business Principles II

    Students should be grounded first on the basics of:

a)     Principles of Economics

b)     Principles of Finance

    

Curriculum - Non-Thesis Program
    
    
BASIC SUBJECTS (Core-subjects)

  • Methods of Research
  • Math for Business & Eco with Statistics 
  • Philosophy of Business


REQUIRED MAJOR SUBJECTS
    

  • Human Behavior in Organization
  • Management Accounting & Control
  • Management of an Enterprise
  • Financial Management
  • Business Policy and Decision Making


   
REQUIRED ADDITIONAL SUBJECTS FOR NON-THESIS 
    

  • Management Information System      
  • Labor Relations    
  • Tax Aspects of Business
  • Legal Aspects of Business

   
    
ELECTIVES (Choose two (2) subjects only)
   
Production Management  
Marketing Management
Managerial Economics 


Note: Non - business graduate students enrolling for MBA are required to take a Seminar in Business Principles I and II (non - credit) before they can enroll in any major subject


Coverage:

Seminar in Business Principles I

    Students should be grounded first on the basics of:

a)     Principles of Management

b)     Principles of Accounting


Seminar in Business Principles II

    Students should be grounded first on the basics of:

a)     Principles of Economics

b)     Principles of Finance

Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
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Nov. 2017
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Philippines - Quezon City
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