Board exam for Certified Public Accountants
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Commencement Exercises for 3rd Quarter, 2011-12 graduates
May 27/ June 1
Board Exam for Nurses
Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering and Management
This program is a combined study of basic civil engineering and construction management courses. Graduates shall be knowledgeable on the fundamentals of structural and construction engineering like design and analysis, material testing and quality assurance, building systems, construction technologies, and surveying. Graduates shall demonstrate deep understanding of management principles and their applications that are essential in construction projects such as economics, business, accounting, law, statistics, ethics, leadership, decision-making and optimization methods, process analysis and design, safety, and cost engineering.
Graduates of this program may practice as project managers, construction engineers, contract administrators, field supervisors, and building contractors in the private and public sector.
Bachelor of Science in Management Science and Engineering
This program provides fundamental and advanced knowledge, tools, and methods in decision-making, policies formulation, organizational development, and problem-solving associated with informationintensive and technology-based industries and economies. This shall be made possible by allowing the students to explore the depths of its foundation, be exposed to the functional areas of its applications, and be involved in the dynamic interaction between the Institute and the industry.
Graduates of this program may pursue a career in actuarial science, entrepreneurship, academe, public policy analysis, consulting, management, and financial analysis.
Bachelor of Science in Service Engineering and Management
This program blends technical engineering education with a core set of business and management courses. It aims to provide students with skills and knowledge to manage engineering activities and engineering organizations, leading them towards effective decision-making. It is designed to provide knowledge and develop skills necessary to manage organizations and engineering activities in the areas of planning, organizing, controlling, communicating, coordinating activities of people and systems, leading and motivating people, and effective decision-making.
Graduates of this program may pursue a career in decisionmaking, business planning, human resources management, project management, and service management.