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College of Business Education
 
The College of Business Education offers holistic business education to enable its students to be competent and be actively involved in business world, particularly in the fields of Entrepreneurship, Management, Marketing and Finance towards the creation of a just, sustainable, participatory and prosperous society.
History
 
1954
To answer the needs of the business sectors, the school offered a Two-Year Associate in Commercial Science (ACS) and was granted Government Recognition No. 596, s. 1955.
1955
One-Year Collegiate in Secretarial Science (CSS) was offered with Government Recognition No. 196, S. 1956.
1956
Third and Fourth Year of the Collegiate Commercial Course majors in Business Management, Administration and Finance leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Commerce was offered under Temporary Permit No. 82, s. 1956 on April 24, 1956.
1957
The Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Banking & Finance was offered. Government Recognition No. 475, s. 1957 for the Bachelor of Science in Commerce was granted on August 21, 1957.
1968
The Two-Year Associate in Secretarial Science (ASS) was offered under the College of Commerce.
1973
Sister Josephine Beltran, CFIC was  the Dean of Commerce.
1974
The CFICSisters left the school and lay administrators took over with Dr. Arnold C. Collado as the first lay Dean of Commerce & Secretarial department.
1975
Permit was granted to operate the Two-year General Clerical Course (GCC).
1978
The Two-year Junior Secretarial Course (JSC) was offered.
1984
Amelia Mapagu was appointed Dean.
1985
Four Year Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration (BSSA) was granted Government Recognition No. 007, s. 1985.
1987
Dr. Francisca C. Espejo was appointed OIC-Dean.
1989
Dr. Aurora V. Adaya was appointed Dean.
1991
Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration (BSSA) was phased-out.
1993
The Two-Year Medical Secretarial Course (MSC) was opened with Temporary Permit No. 496, s. 1993 and was granted Government Recognition No. 013, s. 1994.
The Two-Year Computer Secretarial Course (CSC) was granted permission to operate under Temporary Permit No. 016, s. 1993
1994
Mrs. Josephine Bravo, CPA was appointed Dean.
1995
The Secretarial department became independent from the College of Commerce as School of Secretarial Science with Dr. Salome S. Duco as the Principal.
1999
Bachelor of Science in Secretarial Administration was reopened. Mrs. Zenaida D. Ariola was appointed Dean from June to November 16, 1999. Mrs. Marilyn T. Sibal took over from November 16, 1999 to June 2001.
2000
The Bachelor of Science major in Management-Accounting was offered.
2001
College of Commerce was changed to College of Business Education under the Deanship of Dr. Salome S. Duco and Mrs. Marilyn T. Sibal was appointed Associate Dean of the College. The Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (BSOA) was under the College of Business Education.
2002
The Commerce program was granted Level I status by the PACUCOA on June 24, 2002.
2005
Level 2 status was granted to the Commerce program by the PACUCOA on January 10, 2005.
2006
The Bachelor of Science in Commerce was chan~ed to Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing was offered.
The Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management (BSHRM) was granted to operate under the College of Business Education with Temporary Permit No. 047, s. 2006.
Mrs. Marilyn T. Sibal was appointed Dean and Mrs. Zenaida D. Ariola as Associate Dean of the College.
Objectives
 
It aims:
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To equip students with Christian values, technological knowledge, systematic and technical skills in Research in Systems Analysis, Software Development, Network Administration, Software Application and Allied Areas of Development;
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To provide for continuing professional growth of its faculty and staff;
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To utilize expertise for integral community extension service.
Programs
 
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
This course which prepares the students for careers as computer systems designers, contractors, providers and service personnel. In addition to developing programming skills in mainstream languages and higher level industry standard programming languages, the core subjects of this course cover the technological side of computer, network systems, Internet communications, information management systems, and software prototyping, and testing systems analysis and design.
 
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
This course places importance in developing computer programming skills. The bulk of the subjects deal with the principles behind mainstream/consumer software applications, its development and use. In this course, the student is introduced to the principles and operation of electronics filing systems and the creation and management of database systems. Additional subjects cover theory of multimedia, data communications and local/global communications. This course prepares the student to become professional programmers and software developers.
 
Two-Year Computer Programming Course
The COMPUTER PROGRAMMER vocational instructional program shall be a two-year post secondary-program designed to prepare students for entry level employment in business information system programmer, electronic data processor, computer applications, programmer, and program analyst.

The students will also be taught the general office skills necessary for successful employment in most office work and the operation of computing equipment. Related subjects and learning activities are integral parts of the instructional program in developing personality, civic responsibilities, communication skills work attitude, and career guidance. As such, they will be provided both hands-on and related instruction.

The List of Duties and Tasks show minimum competency requirements based upon an occupational and task analysis provided by the Technical Expert Panel of the Information Technology Sector. The instructional program could be adjusted to reflect local employment needs and opportunities as determined by the instructor, administrator, and advisory committee.
 
Two-Year Computer Technician Course
The COMPUTER TECHNICIAN vocational instructional program shall be a two-year post-secondary program designed to prepare students for entry level employment as computer mechanic, computer service technician, and computer peripheral service technician.

As such, they will be provided both hands-on and related instructions.

The List of Duties and Tasks show minimum competency requirements based upon an occupational and task analysis provided by the Technical Expert Panel of the Information Technology Sector. The instructional program could be adjusted to reflect local employment needs and opportunities as determined by the instructor, administrator, and advisory committee. Pre-entry requirements for this program is Basic Electronics or equivalent.