COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY
The College of Management and Accountancy opened in 1960. It obtained its first government recognition on July 12, 1963; another recognition was conferred for its two-year Junior Secretarial course on June 13, 1971: and in 1991 for its Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program. Finally, on January 5, 2001 its Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (BSOA) was also granted government recognition.
Through the years it has gone through many name changes such as the College of Management and Accountancy (CMA), College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA), College of Commerce, Accountancy and Office Administration (COM-ACC-OA). College of Commerce, Accountancy and Office Secretarial (COM-ACC-SEC) and College of Commerce.The college is now known as the College of Business and Accountancy (CBA).
The CBA has been granted a five-year Level III Accreditation Status both for its Business Administration and Accountancy programs in April 2011 and May 2012, respectively.
- Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
- Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with majors in Financial Management, Marketing Management, Operations Management, Human Resource Development Management, Business Economics and Banking.
The Dean heads the college with the aid of two Program Coordinators who administer the Accountancy and Business Administration programs.
The College under her tenure promotes student empowerment through student-led activities and consultation of college policies and other matters related to the student body, with students through their local college representatives and minor organization officers.
The College of Business and Accountancy adopts and supports the vision, mission and goals of the University. To this end, the College has formulated principles in preparing men and women for the manifold tasks of citizenship; instilling in them the spirit of selfless service and dedication to uplift the quality of human life; encouraging excellence and vision in all their endeavors; imbuing in them the need for an international outlook and inspiring them with an abiding faith in God. Thus, its ultimate goal is the development of the people for the whole of life.
To achieve high quality educational outcomes for all students with focus on professional, business and accounting subjects.
To improve student learning and achievement in all subjects relevant to the course.
To develop and promote professional behavior and attitudes in the students’ educational programs which translate theory into practice.
To instill in the minds of business society the spirit of selfless service, good governance and social responsibility.
To encourage excellence in its business objectives and the need for international outlook with ethical standards.
To prepare business professionals for their contribution to the development of Philippine society, especially its economy.
Leo Vasco Dagamac, first place in the 1985 CPA Licensure Examination, now a member of Wesleyan’s Board of Trustees and serves as Regional Manager of Chevron-Philippines’ Asia-Pacific Pricing and Planning Department
Rommel Paras (Batch ’92) and Edelio Alday (Batch ’96), who both passed the highly-competitive examination administered by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Angelica A. Capuyon, Victor Gener M. Alvarez and Enrico C. Rullan who all passed the May 2006-2007 Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) Examination
Edison Ramirez Bautista, 10th place in the 2008 CPA Licensure Examination who works at the top-notch accounting firm SGV and Co. and now currently connected with Deutsche Bank Group
Alison Kay Dela Cruz, eighth place in the October 2012 CPA Licensure Examination, now working at SGV
Rostum Bautista, 17th place in the October 2013 CPA Licensure Examination, now working at SGV
Dr. Juan Jerome T. Malaca, College Dean
Prof. Jose Arsenio R. Adriano, Associate Dean
Ms. Berna Perez, College Secretary
Ms. Princess Joy O. Cabrera, OIC BSA Program Head
Ms. Mary Berly Magueflor, BSBA Program Head
Telephone: (044) 463 2162/ 463 2074 ext 165/ 365