BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SOCIETY
So then after graduation where will you be landing?? Here are some job titles that you may be holding upon earning your degree.
A general manager ensures that the company is always on the right track towards its vision and mission. He constantly monitors if the outputs meet the standards of
As an MGT graduate, you have the option to start and develop your own line of business. To be an entrepreneur, it is important to develop the talent for seeing opportunities and the ability to develop foreseen opportunities into profitmaking businesses.
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER
A human resource manager is responsible for employing people, managing and honing staff and compensating workers for a job well done.
A management consultant provides objective advice and expertise with the aim of improving the business performance of his clients. He also identifies available options for the organization and implements the solutions as well.
Management Educators are professors teaching management-related subjects in universities.
A management trainee accomplishes specific tasks in a company. He/she undergoes training to acquire knowledge and skills necessary to perform departmental roles as well as to earn a management position in the near future.
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT With the advent of technology in business, firms have definitely grown more complex and more prone to competition and uncertainty. This increasing transformation signifies a new outlook in the business world in such a way that management is now to be realized from a holistic rather than a fragmented highly specialized perspective. Moreover, the need to understand and recognize organizational reality and to create a model of unity out of diversity becomes highly emphasized in this emerging era as well.
MGT SURVIVAL KIT
In response to these changing realities in business, the Business Management program prepares young men and women to become competent managers and consultants with an approach to management as a system of integrated and interrelated parts. On top of this, the program aims to produce a new breed of reputable business professionals adept in scientific research, problem analysis and decision making.
1. STUDY HARD. Don’t fail any subject if you want to graduate on time. 2. CONSULT WITH YOUR PROFESSORS. Maximize professor’s consultation hours in asking questions related to the subject or when you’re having a hard time with your papers. 3. JOIN ORGANIZATIONS. Joining organizations will be of big help in expanding your network and friends. They can give you tips or advices on certain subjects and/or professors. 4. AVAIL OF SPECIAL WORKS AND BONUS POINTS. Remember that a grade of 69.5% is still equivalent to 0.0. Special works given by professors might just spell the difference.
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BASIREC - An introduction to business research methods and management theories. SYSTAND - An introduction to systems analysis and design, as well as research tools that can be used in illustrating objectives. BUSIMIS - A course on management information systems, the relationship and application of technology and business. HUMABEH - A course on human behavior in organizations. ORTEDEV - A course on organizational theory and development, which discusses other practical theories implemented in modern society. OPERMAN - A quantitative course on operations management and basic management tools. MANPERS - An advanced course on human resource management, labor ethics and laws. SYSTDYN - An advanced course on systems analysis referring to systems dynamics. STRAMAN - A summative course integrating everything learned from the other courses to aid in developing strategic thinking. ADVARES - An advanced course in business research methods that will also serve as a starting point in creating the thesis proposal. PROJMGT - A course on project management which will serve as an introduction to the practicum on business consulting. PRCMGT1 - A practicum term allowing the student group to work under a developing SME, and conduct a research in aiding them with their objectives. INTERBU â€“ A course on international business THSMGT1 - The thesis term where the group of students can work on either a thesis or assist in research being conducted by the faculty.
C O U REQUIREM RSE ENTS COURSE PORTFOLIO
The portfolio is a compilation of papers, projects and other school requirements, which have been reviewed. Each student will be required to submit at least five papers or five paper-equivalents for the portfolio.
Your Internship is an output-based learning program wherein you, alone or with a group of no more than five members, will assist a specific organization in the implementation of specific time-bound projects. It consists of at least 150 hours of work, preferably on a full time basis. By then you will be required to accomplish a final paper at the end of internship.
Outputs which can be included in the Student Portfolio are: 1. Individual or group paper requirements produced in any of the following major subjects: BASIREC, ORTEDEV, SYSTAND, SYSDYNA, BUSIMIS, etc. provided the paper/requirement was orally presented in class, and receives a grade of at least 2.5 or 85% as duly certified by the professor; 2. Thesis/Output of the subject THSMGT1 3. Final Group Project of PROJMGT; 4. Final Output for PRCMGT1, which has been certified by the host organization/institution. 5. Papers presented in student conferences (by organizations such as BMS, BEA, etc.), national conferences, or international conferences, as certified by the organizers. 6. Papers published in local or international journals. 7. Research papers written in collaboration with faculty members of the Business Management Department. Note: A prescribed certification sheet should be signed by the professor for a paper to be recognized as part of the portfolio.
WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:
Projects that would utilize the tools and techniques you learned in school. This covers but are not limited to project planning and implementation, industry studies, business needs analysis, knowledge management and events management.
WHO ARE YOUR CLIENTS?
Your clients can be any of the following: 1. Small and medium sized firms (SMEs) 2. Consulting firms 3. Industry associations and business chambers 4. Business support organizations 5. Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) 6. National and local government agencies 7. Academic institutions 8. Trade unions 9. Church organizations and/or international organizations.