Cubao Campus 8913-8785 loc. 161-162 . Fairview Campus 3427-0288 to 91 loc. 204 & 212 . Taytay Campus 8286-2928 / 8658-6992

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Living up to its founder’s vision, NCBA has opted to remain as a specialized school and its growth measured and steady through the years. From that small edifice along R. Papa St. , NCBA gradually expanded its academic programs and facilities with the purpose of producing for the nation the type of educated manpower it needs for its development and well-being.

National College of Business and Arts offers a rich academic program that includes extensive internship opportunities for students interested in pursuing a career in public or private service. Our classes are taught by competent professors who have completed the highest levels of education in their academic fields.

All the policies, programs and activities of the College are in consonance with its school philosophy, which states that ‘every individual, regardless of race, creed and age, has the inalienable right to quality education, which is in keeping with his dignity as a human being and which he needs in the attainment of a happy and useful life and in working for unity and peace in the society of man.’

Preparing for a career is a vital part of NCBA’s education program. The College’s commitment to quality education was likewise manifested in its training of would-be teachers as evidenced in the yearly high percentage of board exam passers. Graduates of other college courses intending to pursue a career in grade school or high school teaching are also accommodated in NCBA’s education program via the Certificate of Professional Education.

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Center for Graduate Studies in Business and Management

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

In the business world there are increasing opportunities and competitiveness. At stake are key managerial positions and entrepreneurial possibilities. To those who are competent and qualified there are unlimited potentials. The National College of Business and Arts, aware of these opportunities offers an MBA Program with the following underlying objectives.

  • To develop in the students ( whether they are already gainfully employed in business establishments or engaged in their own private business) entrepreneurial and managerial ability to successfully confront the complex problems of the business world.
  • To develop in the students a scientific method of thinking directed towards action, reduce margin or error in the formulation and implementation of decisions.
  • To develop in the students a real sense of relationship between the economic, spiritual, political, social and technological environment, vis a vis the dynamic life of the business firm.
  • To afford professionals an opportunity to pursue a comprehensive program in business management which includes not only theories, concepts, and techniques in business but also the application based on Philippine conditions.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
  • Master in Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master in Public Administration (MPA)

Master in Business Administration (MBA)

Center for Graduate Studies in Business and Management

The Program offers a Plan A (Thesis Program) and a Plan B (Non-Thesis Program). To graduate, a student under Plan A must complete the basic courses, major courses, five cognates and a thesis. Under Plan B, a student must complete the basic and major courses and six (6) cognates. The Curriculum consists of the following courses:

Master in Public Administration (MPA)

Center for Graduate Studies in Business and Management

The aim of the Master in Public Administration program is to assist one in acquiring the knowledge, competencies, and ethical values necessary to operate effectively in an administrative capacity. The Program offers a Plan A (Thesis Program) and a Plan B (Non-Thesis Program). To graduate, a student under Plan A must complete the basic courses, major courses, five cognates and a thesis. Under Plan B, a student must complete the basic and major courses and six(6) cognates. The Curriculum consists of the following courses:

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA)

Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology (BSAcT)

Our curriculum is designed to provide students with the technical accounting knowledge and skills, and with the integration of professional values and work ethics that are essential to meet the rapidly changing demands and challenges of the accounting profession.

Accounting continues to be a field with one of the highest demands for graduates. To meet this demand, the program has the following objectives:

  • Provide students with the knowledge and tools needed to obtain meaningful employment and have successful careers.
  • Employ critical-thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills to resolve complex business and accounting issues.
  • Provide students the educational requirements of various professional accounting certification examinations
  • Identify the appropriate managerial and business issues critical in analyzing accounting data and other information used for identifying and assessing opportunities and risks, developing organizational plans, allocating resources, and accomplishing objectives.
  • Apply relevant accounting principles and standards to specific business activities and workplace situations.
  • Employ national, international, and historical perspectives to analyze accounting and business issues.
  • Identify ethical issues associated with accounting and business situations and apply appropriate principles of ethics and civic responsibility.
  • Use analytical and research tools to monitor evolving accounting standards and practices and to maintain professional skills in a changing business environment.
  • Apply the interpersonal and leadership skills expected of today’s accounting professional.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)

PACUCOA Level II Reaccredited (NCBA-Cubao)

Thrust : Business Development with Global Perspective

This program of study is an integration of the basic business, core business and professional courses that are geared towards developing our students to become effective business leaders in the future. The program’s thrust is to focus their study in one of the four areas, namely: Human Resource Development Management, Financial Management, Marketing Management and Operations Management.
Upon the completion of the undergraduate program our students successfully pursue careers in the public and private sectors. This degree program is also designed to complement the graduate business studies programs such as Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.)

Bachelor of Science in Information System (BSIS)

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS)

Thrust: Expertise in Information Network

The BSIS/BSCS degree programs aim to produce Information Technology (IT) professionals with specialized skills catering to the needs of the I.T. industry. These programs primarily cover a wide range of learning that includes Computer Programming using different kinds of computer programming languages from 2nd Generation to 3rd Generation’s Object Oriented Programming; Systems Analysis and Design, Object Oriented Analysis tool for the improvement of business Information System; Sofware Engineering and systems integration into a multi-platform environment.
The program aims to develop its students with the appropriate industry standards closed and open source systems and enough skills in application-oriented environment, Integrated Development Environment Web Application programming with integration of Content Management Systems(CMS) via open source implementation, large scale database development, networking application and administration in a multi and crossed platform environment, and network planning and managements.
While the course of practice is done independently, there are numerous opportunities to develop teamwork skills with group based projects throughtout the course. The students will apply their knowledge in academic theory and system development by completing an industry-based project in order to expose and train them to work in a professional environment.

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (BSHRM)

Thrust : Catering to Global Demands and Standards

The BSHRM program offers competitive and industry-based curriculum that provides the students with the required competencies and positive work values needed to meet the demands of the changing industry and global environment. The program also provides the students with practical alternative learning through various skills development activities, seminars and field trips. Likewise, the program aims to provide the Hotel and Restaurant industry with graduates who possess the requisite knowledge, skills and values to become successful entrepreneurs.

Objectives
• To provide students with a strong management and service orientation as well as global perspective of hotel and restaurant operations.
• Provide students the necessary knowledge and skills needed to develop the competencies required in order to prepare them for gainful employment within the service industry both locally and abroad.

Bachelor in Elementary Education (BEEd)

Bachelor in Secondary Education (BSEd)

Specialization in :
o English
o Biological Science
o Mathematics

Thrust : Teachers as Models of Social Responsiveness

The Education curriculum aims to equip future teachers with a wide range of theoretical and methodological skills that are important for a more innovative approach to teaching in order to maximize student learning.

Bachelor of Arts major in English (AB)

Our program focuses on basic skills development for effective communication as well as developing a deeper appreciation for various literary works.

Basic Education

Basic Education

Objectives

The College aims to develop its students to become well-rounded individuals and to train them to be productive and responsible citizens by :

1. providing a good general education foundation enriched with practical exercises and theoretical knowledge;
2. promoting intellectual and cultural values within the school environment;
3. developing student occupational proficiency in order to keep them abreast with the current global standards in business and science;
4. encouraging active involvement in the socio-economic and political processes in nation building.