Division of Management

Bachelor of Science in Management


The BS Management curriculum is composed of 145 units of course work that can be completed in four years or eight semesters:

Foundation Courses (25 units)

The foundation courses are required courses in business administration, economics, mathematics, and statistics, which provide a necessary foundation for management theory and practice.





BA 99.1

Fundamental Accounting Theory and Practice I

Fundamental accounting theory and terminology with reference to accounting practice and management's use of accounting data

3 units

BA 99.2

Fundamental Accounting Theory and Practice II

Continuation of Fundamental Accounting Theory and Practice I

3 units

Comm 12

Technical Communication

Foundations of technical communication with emphasis on effective writing and presentation of scientific/academic papers

3 units

Econ 11

Introductory Economics

Basic principles, economic institutions; the national economy in a development setting

3 units

Econ 101


Examination of economic activities of households, firms and the government and their impact on the overall economy and government policy directions

3 units

Econ 102


Behavior of the consumer, the firm, the industry; allocation of resources

3 units

Math 50

Applied Calculus

Limits, continuity, derivatives of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions, applications of derivatives, related rates, differentials, extrema of functions, indeterminate forms, curve sketching, optimization, indefinite and definite integrals, differential equations and their applications

4 units

Stat 102

Statistical Methods in Research

Types of research methodologies; levels of measurement; data collection, organization, presentation, and description; estimation; hypotheses testing; correlation analysis; linear regression analysis

3 units

Core Courses (42 units)

The core courses deal with the functional disciplines of management. They are common to both tracks in the program.





Mgt 101

Introduction to Management

Concepts, principles, and frameworks of business organization and management

3 units

Mgt 104

Organizational Behavior

Theories and concepts on human behavior in organizations; individual, small group, intergroup and supervisory behavior

3 units

Mgt 115

Management Accounting

Uses of economic and accounting concepts for managerial planning and control

3 units

Mgt 121

Human Resource Management

Basic principles and frameworks in recruitment, development, and movement of human resources in organizations

3 units

Mgt 147

Fundamentals of Taxation

General principles and characteristics of taxation

3 units

Mgt 161

Law on Business Transactions

General nature of law, obligations, contracts, natural obligations, and all other related laws

3 units

Mgt 170

Introduction to Marketing Management

Marketing institutions, marketing policies and methods in a variety of industries handling both consumer and industrial goods

3 units

Mgt 181

Management Science

Use of management science/operations research in the analysis and solution of business problems concerning production, marketing, human resource, and finance

3 units

Mgt 186

Management of Information Systems and Technology

Strategic application of information systems and technology for effective managerial decision-making and policy formulation and implementation

3 units

Mgt 187

Operations Management

Principles, procedures, and techniques in the design, operation, and improvement of production systems

3 units

Mgt 190

Strategic Management

An integrated approach to decision making viewed from a top management perspective; discussion of comprehensive problems of organizations

3 units

Mgt 195

Management Practice

Practicum; application of management concepts and principles in a corporate or organizational setting

3 units

Mgt 199.1

Management Research I

Methods and applications of social science research in the field of management and entrepreneurship with emphasis on the preparation of a research proposal that addresses knowledge gaps in management and entrepreneurship

3 units

Mgt 199.2

Management Research II

Conduct of research, and composition, and defense of management or entrepreneurship research

3 units

Major Courses (21 units)

The major courses are specialized courses in each track or concentration.

Track or Specialization: Corporate Governance





Mgt 122

Strategic Human Resource Management

Strategic approaches to human resource management issues in organizations and human capital development

3 units

Mgt 141

Financial Management I

Financial management principles for short- and long-range planning

3 units

Mgt 142

Financial Management II

Long-range planning and management of the long-term financial position of a business organization; recapitalization and liquidation

3 units

Mgt 162

Law on Business Organizations and Labor

Single proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, cooperatives, Securities Act; laws on insolvency, civil code provision on the order of preference and concurrence of credits; labor code

3 units

Mgt 173

Marketing Management

Marketing management from the point of view of the firm; covers other tools available or used by the marketing units of the firm: promotion, advertising, channels of distribution, marketing research, marketing planning, and control and the marketing organization

3 units

Mgt 188

Introduction to Supply Chain Management

Key principles and techniques in managing the movement of products or services from suppliers to consumers; employing supply chain metrics; primary tradeoffs in making supply chain decisions; basic tools in production planning and inventory control, order fulfillment, and supply chain coordination

3 units

Mgt 194

Risk Management

Principles and methods of recognizing, evaluating, and prioritizing risks, and effective allocation of resources to minimize the likelihood and consequences of those risks

3 units

Track or Specialization: Innovation and Entrepreneurship





Entrep 101

Foundations of Entrepreneurship

Concepts, values and skills critical to entrepreneurship

3 units

Entrep 103

Social Entrepreneurship

Concepts, principles, approaches and strategies in developing social and sustainable enterprises

3 units

Entrep 104

Digital Technology Entrepreneurship

Harnessing digital technologies and systems for entrepreneurial opportunities

3 units

Entrep 140

Entrepreneurial Finance

Financial and investment analysis for start-ups and growing enterprises

3 units

Entrep 172

Product Ideation and Creation

Principles, tools and techniques in product development

3 units

Entrep 189

Management of Innovation

The firm’s research and development (R&D) strategy; the innovation process and its organizational, financial, and legal implications

3 units

Entrep 191

Enterprise Planning and Development

Activities and dynamics involved in planning and developing a new enterprise

3 units

Elective courses (18 units)

Students can take as electives Management courses outside of their track or specialization, Management courses that are not core or major courses, and courses numbered 100 and above from other disciplines. Students may use the 18 units of electives to earn a minor from among the approved minor degree programs offered in UP Tacloban College. In general, the electives courses will broaden the students’ perspectives and enhance their practice of management.

Other required courses

BS Management students must also complete 12 General Education courses , the legislated PI 100 course (The Life and Works of Jose Rizal), four Physical Education courses,  and two National Service Training Program courses.