Department of Accounting Technology

Bachelor of Science in Accountancy

The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) program is composed of subjects in accounting (financial, public, and managerial), audit, administration, business laws, and taxation. It is not limited to business subjects, but in other fields as well, such as banking and finance, government, social services, education, and more. The program also teaches students to integrate information technology concepts into business systems in order to create a more systematic and organized way of storing business-related data. As a student, you will be taught computerized accounting systems, and a basic understanding of computer programming and auditing systems. The program also instills in students the importance of computational and communication skills both in written and oral English.

 Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology program is a non-board program designed to provide students with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills on accounting standards and techniques to prepare them for careers as bookkeepers, auditors, and accounting staff. This will also equip them with specific skills for entry into the highly lucrative BPO industry and other accounting fields. The BSAT student; if qualified, may pursue the 4-year Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program and be eligible to take the Licensure Examination for Certified Public Accountant.


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