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THE

UP VSB

STUDENT

HANDBOOK 2013

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Welcome to VSB! SBSC has a lot of exciting things in store for you this year so in order for you to have a relatively hassle free school year, we partnered up with Guilder for a student handbook that can be used as a reference for your daily needs. Through initiatives like this, we are looking forward to serving you better this year! Marching on towards ONE VSB,

THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDENT COUNCIL

The warmest greetings, schoolmates! Welcome back to college and a year’s worth of studies, orgs, and life! In our college, it’s extraordinary how we are faced with a problem in one moment and get to pass the deliverable in the next. The common word: it was hard, but we made it through. The less common yet prudent afterthought would be: was the hardship necessary? Indeed, to get around the college, habit, experience, and the grapevine are good references. A formal college primer would be better. The Student Council and Guilder Institute present to you the Student Handbook, now on its 3rd edition. It is designed to inform the students of the procedures that can support one’s endeavors in the Virata School of Business. How to’s, maps, directories, tips and more - all in one document. Truly, it is the efficient way to get around. Read up and apply generously! We wish everyone the best! 2

THE GUILDER INSTITUTE


HOW TO’s

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RENT A ROOM 1. CHECK AVAILABILITY: Go to Room 107 and check the availability of rooms from Ate Winnie 2. ACCOMPLISH THE LETTER: Download the template from tinyurl.com/cbareservation and fil in the blanks! 3. SEND THE LETTER TO NINA: Send the accomplished letter to the SBSC Vice Chairperson Nina Gerodias’ email, ninagerodias@yahoo.com with the subject heading: reserve_ (org name)_(event name) at least 3 days before the event. 4. HAVE IT SIGNED The letter will be sent back signed. In the event that the letter is not e-mailed, you can have it signed in VSB by texting 09175216521. 5. SUBMIT TO ROOM 107: Have it registered by Ma’am Winnie at Room 107 at least 3 working days before the event. 6. WAIT FOR APPROVAL: Submit the letter to Sir Manny and wait for approval.

RENT A LOCKER 1. Contact the LOGISTICS COUNCILOR (09178245077) for the availability of slots. 2. The Logistics Councilor will contact you for further information. 3. If a locker is available, pay the corresponding locker fee and sign the terms & conditions to secure it. 4. Make sure to keep your locker well-protected for the rest of the semester. 4


RENT A PROJECTOR FROM VSB COOP 1. Ask for the “PROJECTOR RENTAL FOLDER” from the coop ladies. 2. Check for availability of the projector on your schedule of use. 3. Pay a downpayment of Php100 to reserve the projector. 4. Surrender your UP ID upon pull-out of the projector. 5. After use, IMMEDIATELY return the projector and prepare payment of your balance. BASIC RATE: Php250 for the first 1 hr 30 mins of use*

*additional 100 pesos for every succeeding hour or fraction of an hour thereof

FROM ROOM 107 1. Talk to the room secretary and ask for the PAYMENT RECEIPT so that you may be able to secure a projector. 2. Pay the current rate of Php450 to PNB. Bring your UP ID. 3. Head back to BA 107 and present your receipt to verify your payment.

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LOST

FOUND

LOST ITEMS 1. Inform the LOGISTICS COUNCILOR (09178245077) via text immediately. 2. Key in the following details: a. <Your name> b. <Lost item> <Defining description of lost item; e.g. color, model, etc. and last seen location> 3. Wait for text confirmation and for further updates.

FOUND ITEMS 1. Items found should be surrendered to any of the following: SECURITY GUARD ON DUTY, COOP LADIES or LOGISTICS COUNCILOR. 2. Advise the Logistics Councilor via text. *For LOST ITEMS, a text brig will be sent to the VSB students and the security guard on duty. *List of lost items, along with their description, and found items will be posted on the designated corners for it (VSB Lobby and SBSC bulletin board) *FOUND ITEMS will be ultimately forwarded to the Logistics Councilor. *Found items can only be claimed by the owner from the Logistics Councilor. Kindly provide proof of ownership.

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DIL VIA LAPTOP 1. Go to your computer’s connection settings/network preferences usually found in the CONTROL PANEL. 2. Click “advanced settings” or “proxy settings”. 3. Type in “proxy7.upd.edu.ph” on the space provided for web proxy server. 4. Type in 8080 on the space provided for the port. 5. FIll up the rest of the requirements with your CRS USERNAME and PASSWORD. 6. Open the browser. 7. Provide your CRS username and password to access the university’s internet service.

VIA iPHONE/iPAD 1. On your device, go to Settings > WiFi Networks and enable WiFi. 2. Choose DILNET from the “choose a network” menu. 3. Touch the (>) arrow on the right for advanced settings next to the DILNET label. 4. Below you will see an HTTP Proxy section, touch “Manual”. 5. Type “proxy7.upd.edu.ph (or if you are a faculty member, facultyproxy.upd.edu.ph) on the ”Server” field. 6. Type 8080 on the port. 7. Choose “ON” for the authentication option and type in your UP WEBMAIL USERNAME and PASSWORD.

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GET A UP ID 1. Pay the Php130 fee at the cashier in ISSI specifically stating your purpose. 2. Proceed to the 3rd Floor of OUR and look for the ID photo room. 3. Have your picture taken. Your ID will be printed on the spot.

GET A UP CAR STICKER 1. Proceed to the OVCCA OFFICE (Quezon Hall) to get a form regarding the sticker 2. Pay for the sticker in the ISSI. 3. Return the form to the OVCCA office to submit all the necessary requirements and verify your payment. 4. Wait for at least a week to get the sticker from the office.

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SHIFT WITHIN THE COLLEGE AND WITHIN UP 1. Apply for shifting at the college offering your intended course or if in the same college, at the department concerned by going to their administration office. 2. If accepted, get your COLLEGE ADMISSION SLIP. 3. Submit your COLLEGE ADMISSION SLIP and TRUE COPY OF GRADES (TCG) to the ARS-Admission to get your UNIVERSITY ADMISSION SLIP.

GET YOUR TCG 1. Go to Room 105. 2. Ask for the request form needed for the process. 3. Go to the cashier in ISSI and pay the corresponding fee. 4. Submit the receipt and the accomplished request form to Room 105. 5. Pick up your TCG 1-3 days after submitting the form.

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CHANGE 1. ENLISTMENT CENTER: Present Paid Form 5 to add or cancel subject/s. 2. HOME UNIT or OUR: Have it validated and assessed at your Home Unit, or at the OUR for those with scholarships. The Form 26A will then be printed. 3. COLLEGE: Ask your Adviser and your Dean to sign the forms. 4. If the amount payable is more than 0, pay at the cashier. Otherwise, submit your Form 26A at the OUR for tagging.

DROP 1. Submit dropping application before the set deadline. Any unpaid dropping application may be canceled at any time by the student. 2. Get the INSTRUCTORâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CONSENT. The instructor may choose to withhold their consent. Dropping for the student is terminated.

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FILE FOR

LEAVE ABSENCE

1. Get the LEAVE OF ABSENCE (LOA) from your College Secretary’s office. 2. Fill out the form completely. If you are not currently enrolled, write “Not Enrolled” in the space provided for the subjects enrolled. 3. If you are enrolled, indicate all your subjects, signed by your respective instructors with the class standing indicated. 4. Be sure that the form has been signed by your College Secretary or the Dean and have a letter signed by your parents/guardians giving their consent. 5. Pay the fee of Php150 at the UP Cashier’s Office. 6. Submit the accomplished form together with your official receipt to the OUR-ARS on or before the deadline stated in the Academic Calendar. LENGTH OF TIME ALLOWED FOR LOA: Before 3/4 of the total number of hours prescribed for the course has elapsed.

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ACCOMPLISH ACTIVITY REQUEST AROUND UP 1. Download the activity request form found at osa.upd. edu.ph 2. Fill up the form and make sure the President of the organization and the organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Adviser have signed the forms. For college-based organizations, the signature of the college secretary is needed. 3. Submit the forms to OSA with the following attached:

LETTER to the VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS, Prof. Ma. Corazon Tan, explaining the concept behind the activity SAMPLE POSTER

4. The signed forms have to be retrieved the day after. 5. Leave a photocopy of the form in OSA. 6. Bring the original copy to OVCSA (in Quezon Hall) for the recommendations. 7. Depending on the nature of the activity, bring the forms to the following: OVCCA, or Dean of the College, or Business Concessionaire Office

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OTHER REMINDERS: The promotion of cigarettes and/or illegal drugs and promotional materials containing discriminatory images are prohibited.


PUBLICITY MATERIALS SPECIFICATIONS 1. Allowed size of posters: TEASER - 8.5 x 11 inches POSTER - 1.5 x 3 ft STREAMERS - 1 x 3 yards Only adhesize tape is allowed for putting up the materials on the bulletin boards. 2. The number of materials is limited to Four (4) teasers or Two (2) posters per bulletin board so as to avoid monopoly of any one organization. 3. For event publicity materials, the number is limited to the following: TEASER - 200 total (50 to be stamped by the OSA per day) POSTER - 100 total (50 to be stamped by the OSA per day) STREAMERS - 5 Publicity materials to be posted around the campus must bear the OSA STAMP. Also, do not forget to ask permission from the various colleges before posting the material in their building. 4. The project head signatory of the activity forms is the one responsible for any concerns or incidents that may arise. 5. Always bring the activity request forms whenever the publicity materials are to be stamped. OSA EMAILS:

upd_osa@yahoo.com upd.osa@gmail.com

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GUIDES

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IMPORTANT ROOMS SBSC OFFICE TAMBAYANS CASE DISCUSSION ROOM (CDR)

P&G ROOM COMPUTER LAB

4TH FLOOR

CO-OP CAFETERIA

3RD FLOOR

LIBRARY FACULTY ROOMS

2ND FLOOR 1ST FLOOR ROOM 105: RECORDS SECTION

ROOM 101: OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT CHAIRS, OFFICE OF THE PROGRAM DIRECTORS ROOM 107: OFFICE OF THE COLLEGE SECRETARY

ROOM 113: OFFICE OF THE DEAN

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GENERAL REGISTRATION PROCESS PRINT FORM 5A PRE-ADVISING If

you

need

more

subjects,

ENLISTMENT / E-PREROG

* If ineligible, you have to clear deficiency with concerned unit and have your status untagged to be eligible.

If you don’t need more subjects / are finished enlisting, VALIDATION

VALIDATION AT ROOM 107 If ineligible, you have to clear deficiency with concerned unit and have your status untagged to be eligible.

ASSESSMENT c/o RVC If foreign student / student with scholarship: - Proceed to OUR/ARS for ASSESSMENT and PRINTING OF

FORM 5

If student is with STFAP: - if STFAP bracket is incorrect, go to OSSS and have it corrected - Go back to college for ASSESSMENT and PRINTING OF

- Go to college for POST-ADVISING

FORM 5

PRINTING OF FORM 5 AT ROOM 207 PAYMENT

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PAYMENT CENTERS: UP Cashier’s Office, OUR 3rd floor, Landbank, DBP (in the form of cash, or manager’s/cashier’s check)


UPD FOOD TRIP RODICâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S (Located at Shopping Center) A famous restaurant known for their Tapsilog meal

CHOCOLATE KISS (Located at Ang Bahay ng Alumni) Known for their delicious cakes. Save up to savor their treats! (Prices are usually >Php 150)

ROC (Restaurant of Choice) (Located at Ang Bahay ng Alumni) A favorite hangout because of its great food and free WiFi

LONG ISLAND (Located beside the Main Lib) Famous for their affordable Italian food and ice cream

BEACH HOUSE (Located beside the Main Lib) Known for their affordable and delicious barbeque

MANG LARRYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S (Located at the College of Law) The most famous place to buy isaw

AREA 2 (Located by the Post Office) A strip of road filled with kiosks and small restaurants. Lutong Bahay is just among the more popular stalls here, which serves affordable home cooked meals and fruit shakes.

KATAG (Located at the Faculty Center) The airconditioned restaurant near CAL which serves rice meals, merienda and pastries.

CASAA (Located beside AS/PHAN) The most famous food court in the university where students coming from AS, the most populated builduing, flock to. (Warning: finding a seat during lunch hour is like finding a needle in a haystack.

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JEEPNEY ROUTES IKOT - Php 7 Shopping Center (SC) | Kalay | Molave | UP Film Institute | Ang Bahay ng Alumni | CSWCD | CHK | NCPAG | Virata Hall/ISSI | Fine Arts | Centennial Residence Hall | C.P. Garcia | Krus na Ligas | NIGS | CS Admin Bldg | Marine Science Institute (MSI) | Back of Palma Hall (AS) | Kamia and Sampaguita | PHAN | Eduk | Vinzons | Virata School of Business (VSB) | Econ | International Center | Ilang-Ilang | Parish of the Holy Sacrifice | Infirmary | SC

TOKI - Php 7 SC | Infirmary | Parish of the Holy Sacrifice | Ilang-Ilang | Romulo Hall | Law | Eng’g | Freshie Walk | Palma Hall/AS | PHAN | Eduk | CHE | MBB | Chem | Physics | Math Bldg | NIGS | CS Admin Bldg | MSI | Back of AS | OUR | Arki | University Press | Archaeology | University Avenue | Virata Hall/ISSI | CHK | CSWCD | CMC | Quezon Hall | Vargas Museum | CAL | Faculty Center | Freshie Walk | Eng’g | Molave | Kalay | SC

KATIPUNAN - Php 7 (Drop off: inside UP) Php 8 (outside UP) SC | Kalay | Molave | Eng’g | Back of Film Institute | University Theater | College of Music | CMC | Quezon Hall | Vargas Museum | CAL | Faculty Center | AS | PHAN | Eduk | Vinzons | VSB | Econ | Romulo Hall | GT Toyota | Katipunan Exit | Katipunan Avenue | Katipunan Entrance | International Center | Ilang-Ilang | Parish of the Holy Sacrifice | Infirmary | SC

PHILCOA/SM NORTH/PANTRANCO Php 7 (Drop off: inside UP) Php 8 (Philcoa) Php 11 (SM North/Quezon Ave.) SC | Kalay | Molave | Eng’g | University Theater | College of Music | CMC | Quezon Hall | University Avenue | UP-Ayala TechnoHub | Philcoa | University Avenue | Quezon Hall | Vargas Museum | CAL | Faculty Center | AS | PHAN | Eduk | Vinzons | VSB | Econ | Asian Center | International Center | Ilang-Ilang | Parish of the Holy Sacrifice | Infirmary | SC

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ACADEMICS

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR SY 2013-2014 [click to go to link]

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CURRICULUM BS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FIRST YEAR

1ST SEM (17 UNITS) Math 17 or Math 11 or Math 14 GE (SSP 1) Philo 1 GE (AH 1) Free Choice GE (SSP 2) Free Choice GE (MST 1) Free Choice PE

2ND SEM (19 UNITS) 5 (3) (3) 3 3 3 3 (2)

GE (AH 2) Eng 10 GE (MST 2) Free Choice GE (MST 3) Free Choice GE (SSP 3) Free Choice GE (SSP 4) Free Choice Math 100 PE

3 3 3 3 3 4 (2)

SECOND YEAR 1ST SEM (18 UNITS) GE (SSP 5) Kas 1* GE (AH 3) Fil 40* GE (AH 4) Free Choice BA 99.1 Econ 100.1 Stat 101 NSTP PE

2ND SEM (18 UNITS) 3 3 3 3 3 3 (6) (2)

GE (AH 5) Comm 3 GE (MST 4) STS BA 99.2 BA 180.1 BA 181 Econ 100.2 PE

3 3 3 3 3 3 (2)

THIRD YEAR 1ST SEM (18 UNITS) BA 101 BA 115 BA 141 BA 151 BA 182 22 BA 186

2ND SEM (18 UNITS) 3 3 3 3 3 3

BA 105 BA 142 BA 152 BA 160 BA 170 Non-BA Elective 1

3 3 3 3 3 3


FOURTH YEAR 1ST SEM (18 UNITS) PI 100 BA 129 BA Elective 1 BA Elective 2 BA Elective 3 Non-BA Elective 2

2ND SEM (18 UNITS) 3 3 3 3 3 3

BA 190 BA Elective 4 BA Elective 5 BA Elective 6 BA Elective 7 Non-BA Elective 3

3 3 3 3 3 3

1. Any course in any college numbered 100 and above subject to approval of adviser. Allow non-BA electives below 100 only for international language courses (besides English) which is a prerequisite to another non-BA elective. 2. A maximum of four (4) electives may be taken in any particular business discipline to achieve depth. * Kas 1 and Fil 40 satisfy the 6-unit Philippine Studies requirement. Note: As a requirement for graduation, all students are required to take six (6) units in one of the National Service Training Program (NSTP) component. ROTC & Civic Welfare Training Service are offered by UPD.

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CURRICULUM

BS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & ACCOUNTANCY

FIRST YEAR 1ST SEM (17 UNITS) Math 17 or Math 11 or Math 14 GE (AH 1) Eng 10 GE (SSP 1) Free Choice GE (SSP 2) Free Choice GE (MST 1) Free Choice PE

2ND SEM (16 UNITS) 5 (3) (3) 3 3 3 3 (2)

GE (AH 2) Free Choice GE (MST 2) Free Choice GE (MST 3) Free Choice GE (SSP 3) Free Choice Math 100 PE

3 3 3 3 4 (2)

SECOND YEAR 1ST SEM (18 UNITS) GE (AH 3) Free Choice GE (MST 4) STS GE (SSP 4) Philo 1 BA 99.1 Econ 100.1 Stat 101 NSTP PE

2ND SEM (18 UNITS) 3 3 3 3 3 3 (6) (2)

GE (AH 4) Fil 40* GE (SSP 5) Kas 1* BA 99.2 BA 180.1 BA 181 Econ 100.2 PE

3 3 3 3 3 3 (2)

THIRD YEAR 1ST SEM (19.5 UNITS)

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GE (AH 5) Comm 3 BA 101 BA 114.1 BA 141 BA 161 BA 182

3 3 4.5 3 3 3

2ND SEM (19.5 UNITS) BA 114.2 BA 142 BA 151 BA 162 BA 186 BAA Elective

3 4.5 3 3 3 3


FOURTH YEAR 1ST SEM (19 UNITS) BA 105 BA 116 BA 120.1 BA 107 BA 170

2ND SEM (18 UNITS) 3 6 4 3 3

BA 117 BA 118.1 BA 121 BA 127 BA 166

3 6 3 3 3

SUMMER 3 UNITS BA 118.2

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FIFTH YEAR 1ST SEM (18 UNITS) BA 118.3 BA 128 BA 129 BA 164 BA 120.2

2ND SEM (17 UNITS) 6 3 3 3 3

BA 123 BA 126 BA 190 BAA Elective PI 100

5 3 3 3 3

1. To comply with the minimum required units in English by the Board of Accountancy of the Professional Regulation GE courses in the Arts and Humanities domain must be English courses offered by the Department of English and Comparative Literature in the College of Arts & Letters (CAL). 2. At least one of the BAA electives must be a department-qualified course in Economics. * Kas 1 and Fil 40 satisfy the 6-unit Philippine Studies requirement. Note: As a requirement for graduation, all students are required to take six (6) units in one of the National Service Training Program (NSTP) component. ROTC & Civic Welfare Training Service are offered by UPD.

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LIST OF BA SUBJECTS AND PREREQUISITES

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING COURSE NO. UNITS PREREQS DESCRIPTION

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BA 99.1

3

BA 99.2

3

BA 114.1

4.5

Fundamental Accounting Theory & Practice I Fundamental Accounting Theory & Practice II Accounting Theory & Practice I

Second Year Standing

BA 114.2

4.5

Accounting Theory & Practice II

BA 115

3

Management Accounting

BA 116

6

Cost Accounting

BA 117

3

BA 118.1

6

Managerial Cost Accounting & Control Advanced Accounting I

BA 118.2

3

Advanced Accounting II

BA 114.2 (GWA for 114.2 ≥ 2.75)

BA 118.3

3

Advanced Accounting III

BA 114.2 (GWA for 114.2 ≥ 2.75)

BA 119 BA 120.1 BA 120.2 BA 121 BA 123 BA 126 BA 127 BA 128 BA 129

3 4 3 3 5 3 3 3 3

Special Topics in Accounting Auditing Theory & Practice I Auditing Theory & Practice II Accounting Systems Public Accounting Practice Controllership Tax Accounting I Tax Accounting II Management Services

BA 141 BA 142

3 3

Business Finance I Business Finance II

BA 145 BA 146 BA 147

3 3 3

Investments Special Topics in Finance Fundamentals of Derivative Securities

Senior Standing BA 114.2 BA 120.1 BA 120.1 & BA 186 BA118.1& BA118.2 Senior Standing BA 114.2 BA 127 & BA 116 BA 105, 170, 142 BA 115 (non-BAA students) or BA 117 (BAA Students) BA 99.2 BA 141, BA 114.1 (BAA Students) or BA 115 (BA students) Senior Standing Senior Standing BA 142 & BA 182

BA 99.1 BA 99.2 (GWA for 99.1 & 99.2 ≥ 2.50) BA 114.1 (GWA for 114.1 ≥ 2.75) BA 99.1 & 99.2 (for VSB students); Acctg 1 (for nonVSB students) BA 114.2 / Consent of Dept Chair (COD) BA 116 / COD BA 114.2 (GWA for 114.2 ≥ 2.75)


BA 160 BA 161 BA 162 BA 164

3 3 3 3

BA 166

3

BA 168 Acctg. 1

3 3

Business Law Law on Business Transactions Law on Business Organizations Negotiable Instruments & Insurance The Law on Sales, Agency & Credit Transactions Special Topics in Business Law Introduction in Financial Acctg.

Junior Standing Junior Standing BA 161 or COD BA 160 or BA 161 & 162 BA 161 BA 161 & !62 Second Year Standing

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION PREREQS COURSE NO. UNITS DESCRIPTION

BA 107*

3

Junior Standing (for VSB/ BSBE) JS & Consent of Instructor (COI) (for nonVSB/ BSBE students) Senior Standing Philippine Business Environment BA 101, 180.1, 182; Econ131 Operations Management BA 105 Advanced Topics in Operations Management BA 105 Management of Technology

BA 108*

3

Special

BA 151

3

Human Behavior in Organizations JS (for VSB/BSBE) JS & COI (for non-VSB/BSBE)

BA 152*

3

Human Resource Management

BA 170 BA 172* BA 173* BA 174* BA 175*

3 3 3 3 3

Marketing Management Marketing Communications Consumer Behavior Marketing Research Global Marketing

BA 101 & 151 (for VSB); JS & COI (for non-VSB students) BA 101 BA 170 BA 170 BA 170 & 182 BA 170 & Econ 100.1

BA 176* BA 177*

3 3

Distribution Management Product Management

BA 105, 115, 170, 186 BA 115 & 170

BA 178*

3

Special Topics in Marketing Mgt.

BA 170 Second Year Standing

BA 101

3

BA 102* BA 105 BA 106*

3 3 3

Introduction to Business Administration

Topics in Operations BA 105 (for VSB students) / COI (for non-VSB) Management

BA 180.1

3

BA 181 BA 182 BA 186 BA 190 BA 191* BA 192*

3 3 3 3 3 3

Information Technology in Business I Management Science I Management Science II Systems Analysis & Design Strategic Management Information Resource Mgt. Entrepreneurship

BA 198* BA 199* BA 200

3 3 3

Special Topics in BA Business Practice Business Research

Math 100 & Stat 101 BA 181 BA 180.1 Graduating; BA 105, 141, 170 Senior Standing & BA 186 Junior Standing Junior Standing * Note: BA Electives

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LIST OF NON-BA SUBJECTS AND PREREQUISITES

COURSE NO. UNITS

DESCRIPTION

PREREQS Math 11/Consent Math 11/Consent Econ 100.1&100.2 or Econ 101&102 Econ 100.1&100.2 or Econ 101&102 1 Year of HS Algebra 1 year of HS Algebra & Plane Geometry 1 year of HS Algebra Math 17 or Math 11&14 Junior Standing Math 17 or Math 11&14

Econ 100.1 Econ 100.2 Econ 190.1

3 3 3

Econ 190.2

3

Intro. Macroecon Theory & Policy Intro. Microecon Theory & Policy Int’l Trade, Payments & Dev’t Policy Monetary, Fiscal & Dev’t Policy

Math 11 Math 14

3 3

College Algebra Trigonometry

Math 17 Math 100 PI 100 Stat 101

5 4 3 3

Algebra and Trigonometry Introduction to Calculus The Life and Works of Jose Rizal Elementary Statistics

GRADE POINT

EQUIVALENCE

1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 4.00

at least 92.00% 88.00% to less than 92.00% 84.00% to less than 88.00% 80.00% to less than 84.00% 76.00% to less than 80.00% 72.00% to less than 76.00% 68.00% to less than 72.00% 64.00% to less than 68.00% 60.00% to less than 64.00% 58% to less than 60% (Conditional Passing by Removal or Retake) less than 60% for Pass-or-Fail Courses (FAILED) Unsatisfied Requirements (Incomplete) Course Dropped

5.00 INC DRP

SUMMA CUM LAUDE 1.00 - 1.20 MAGNA CUM LAUDE >1.20 - 1.45 CUM LAUDE >1.45 - 1.75 28

UNIVERSITY SCHOLAR GWA of 1.00 - 1.45 COLLEGE SCHOLAR GWA of >1.45 - 1.75


THE COLLEGE Virata School of Business VSB ENGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;G College of Engineering School of Economics SE CHE College of Home Economics College of Arts and Letters CAL College of Science CS College of Social Science CSSP and Philosophy College of Mass CMC Communication College of Fine Arts FA Statistical Center SC Asian Institute of Tourism AIT College of Social and Community CSWCD WorkDevelopment

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TIME CODE

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DAYS

CODE

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Tuesday and Thursday Wednesday and Friday Tuesday to Friday

M T W H F S TH WF TWHF

TIME

CODE

TIME

CODE

7:00-8:30 AM 8:30-10:00 AM 10:00-11:30 AM 11:30 - 1:00 PM 1:00 - 2:30 PM 2:30 - 4:00 PM 4:00 - 5:30 PM 5:30 - 7:00 PM 5:30 - 8:30 PM

Q R U V W X Y Z ZQ

7:00-8:00 AM 8:00 - 9:00 AM 9:00 - 10:00 AM 10:00-11:00 AM 11:00-12:00 NN 12:00 - 1:00 PM 1:00 - 2:00 PM 2:00 - 3:00 PM 3:00 - 4:00 PM 4:00 - 5:00 PM 5:00 - 6:00 PM 6:00 - 7:00 PM 7:00 - 8:00 PM

A B C D E G I J K L N O P


VSB ORGS

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JUNIOR PHILIPPINE INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANTS UP JPIA continues to uphold its tradition of excellence by providing avenues for leadership and growth to more than 300 members while maintaining a nurturing environment where members work and play as a well-bonded family. UP JPIA continues to create an impact through several big projects that serve the college, the university and the community. It is the only Gawad Chancellor Hall of Fame Awardee for the Most Outstanding Student Organization.

ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MAJORS UP ABAM is an academic organization envisioning an environment of real management experience that will realize the potentials of BS BA students – the future corporate leaders of the country. Through its projects and events, UP ABAM promotes passionate professionalism and proactive social responsibility.

ADVERTISING CORE UP AdCore is the only student-run advertising agency in UP Diliman, with members coming from various disciplines across the campus, most of which are from Business Ad, Fine Arts, and Mass Comm. It is dedicated on promoting effective and responsible advertising to the Filipino Youth, and on helping its members tap their inner creative potential.

JUNIOR MARKETING ASSOCIATION UP JMA is the University’s premier marketing organization grounded on its four thrusts of Academics, Service, Socials and Sports. It is focused on the holistic development of its members’ marketing and project management skills, and prides itself in bringing you the biggest and most innovative college events, proving that truly, We Lead.

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CIRCLE OF ENTREPRENEURS UPCE is the only entrepreneurship-centered organization in the University. For the last 22 years, UPCE has embarked on projects that embody the qualities of an entrepreneur -excellence, originality and innovation.

AIESEC AIESEC is the global youth network impacting the world through leadership development experiences. AIESEC has been facilitating youth leadership activities as well as international internships & volunteer experiences for over 64 years, developing a global learning environment across 113 countries & territories, with over 86,000 members making it the world’s largest youth-run organization.

JUNIOR FINANCE ASSOCIATION UP JFA is a university-wide organization which aims to become the foremost finance organization that develops students into competent and committed finance professionals through proactive education. With this vision, UP JFA intends to foster educational advancement in the field of finance and to develop a better understanding of various investment vehicles (stocks, bonds, derivatives, real estate, etc.) among the youth.

INTERSCHOOL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION In continuing its thrust: “Social Responsibility through Business Excellence,” UP IBA advocates worthwhile and meaningful projects that strive to benefit not only the students but the society as well. While it fosters a friendly environment wherein the student’s skills are developed, it also inculcates a sense of social obligation in the business training of its members.

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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDENT COUNCIL The SBSC is composed of 27 dedicated visionary individuals come together as a united team dedicated to serving the college. As the highest student organization in the college, we are driven by our mission to lead and serve the college through effective interaction and through innovative projects, relevant initiatives, and enriching opportunities.

REGISTRATION VOLUNTEER CORPS The RVC-VSB is a service organization which provides assistance to all undergraduate VSB students in order to ensure an efficient and hassle-free registration. Guided by the principle, “Service above all,” it is the duty of RVC-VSB members to maintain a smooth-flowing registration process in the college.

THE GUILDER INSTITUTE The Guilder Institute is an independent student volunteer publication of the Cesar E.A. Virata School of Business that advocates freedom of expression through relevant and reliable fora in the VSB community. It aims to foster awareness of the news and events of the times, critical thinking on pressing issues, and creative expression in word and in art.

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL The Executive Council consists of leaders of VSB’s 15 renowned organizations who each have their own business expertise. The ExeCoun hosts all org related activities throughout the semester including Recruitment Week, Org Presentation and Org Night among other initiatives.

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UP CAREER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM(VSB-SE) UP CAP is a service organization committed to helping VSB and SE students to get good jobs and fulfilling careers as they leave the relative safety of the University to face the challenges of the real world. UP CAP is the vital link that connects students and the corporate world for them to interact, know each other, and address each otherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s needs.

PAN XENIA INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL FOREIGN TRADE FRATERNITY Pan Xenia is the only business fraternity in the Philippines and the second oldest fraternity in the university and the country. As a brotherhood of future professionals committed to promote interest and business ethics in domestic and international trade and commerce, we pursue growth in all aspects of our lives and we are committed to the pursuit of excellence in our field through healthy and nonviolent competition.

ADELFE ENU CREA SORORITY AEC is the first and only business sorority in the University of the Philippines. The sorority is committed to the pursuit of excellence in the academe, and it aims to develop business ethics, discipline and civic consciousness among its impassioned members through the initiation of various projects and activities within and outside the university.

SOCIETY OF EMANCIPATED MEN UP SEMen aims to promote camaraderie and support among its male members in their pursuit for academic excellence, inspired leadership and social awareness.

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PEOPLE TO KNOW

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ADMIN

BEN PAUL GUTIERREZ Dean MA. GLORIA TALAVERA JAMES RYAN JONAS BA Department Chairperson Undergraduate Program Director JOSELITO FLORENDO Department of Accounting and Finance Chairperson

UNIVERSITY RESEARCH ASSOCIATES

MANUEL C. MANUEL III College Secretary

Jasmin Baoy Evely Ulpindo

Corazon Manalang Althea May Rabe

FACULTY Business Administration

Finance & Accounting

Mark Alejo S. Bernal Erik Paolo S. Capistrano Arturo M. Ilano Luis Diego D. Lee Ebony N. Padigos D. Erwin A. Raya Emerlinda R. Roman Benjamin C. Sandoval Jose Gerardo O. Santamaria Vivien T. Supangco Jasslyn Joanne T. Tan Caniella J. Tubianosa Elvira A. Zamora

Marie Therese F. Agustin Bienvenido M. Aragon Carlos C. Bautista Daniel Vincent H. Borja Arthur S. Cayanan Kristina Paola P. Frias Gavin C. Lee Lorna I. Paredes Aliza D. Racelis Mia P. Rey Dani Rose C. Salazar Nelson H. Salita Ivy D. Suan Evelyn K. Sy Helena S. Valderrama Lawrence G. Velasco Myrose April C. Victor Debbie C. B. P. Wong Roy C. Ybanez Joel C. Yu

Emeritus Faculty Jasmin E. Acuna Rafael A. Rodriguez Erlinda S. Echanis Epictetus E. Patalinghug Lina J. Valcarcel

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UP DILIMAN TRUNKLINE: 9818500 110 111 112 113 116

University Health Service (UHS) Ambulance UHS Emergency Room UHS Nurseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Station UPD Police Campus Maintenance Office (CMO) Maintenance Team

OFFICE LOCAL NUMBERS: OVCSA Counseling Collegian Gender Office STFAP Scholarship Loan Board Register Admin Admission Records Transcripts OICA CSSP OSA Student Regent

2587 4501 4522 2467 4505 4506 4504 4551 4553 4555 4559 4561 4025 2431 4511

2588 4502 9269053

Bomb Squad 436-0948

924-3101 PLDT 173

171 4562 4560 4562 4512

SBSC HOTLINE Do you want to request support for a competition either for you or a friend? Are you interested to know the details of a certain council event? For these or any other concerns, you may contact 0917 881 0892 for first semester AY 2013-2014.

GUILDER INSTITUTE HOTLINE

EMERGENCY HOTLINE NUMBERS:

Meralco 631-1111

162-11

Philippine National Red Cross 920-3672 433-6568 (Blood bank)

433-2151 to 52 434-3751

Bureau of Fire Protection 928-8363 (QC Hall)

924-1922 441-8279 (Libis) 492-7576 (Loyola

Heights) 931-9894 (New Era)

If there are events you want to be covered, contact 0916 541 1952

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