The University and the College of Business are planning for significant growth, and we must ensure that the Accountancy Department achieves growth through a framework of excellence in our programs, faculty and staff. We will achieve excellence in programs through a continued focus on public accounting. We will achieve excellence in research through a strengthened emphasis on faculty development leading to local and international levels of research. We will achieve excellence in teaching through continued training and innovative course design. Our staff will offer excellence through more intensive advising and student support services.
Because its students sit for the Uniform CPA Examination, its programs are structured to meet the requirements of the CHED, PRC and BOA as to the type, mix and number of credit units provided. In Philippines, candidates for the Uniform CPA examination are required to earn a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy degree from an accredited college or university.
Presently, the admission and retention policies of the BSA Program are as follows:
Applicants who intend to enter Accountancy program must satisfy all its admission requirements. The results of entrance test must not be lower than above average and must have a general weighted average (GWA) grade of at least 86% in their high school report card.
The BSA student must have an average grade of 2.00 and above for Fundamentals of Accounting 1 and Fundamentals of Accounting 2 to be allowed to continue in the next level.
The BSA student must have a grade of at least 2.0 for each of the subjects Financial Accounting Theory and Practice P1 and Financial Accounting Theory and Practice P2 and can proceed to the 3rd year level. A student who got a grade of 1.50 and below will have to retake the subject with a limit of 1 retake per subject and must get a grade of at least 2.00. Otherwise, he or she will be advised to shift to another degree program.
Retention policy in this level would be the same as that of the second year level for which a grade of at least 2.00 must be satisfied for all the major subjects such as accounting, law and taxation except that there is no limit in the number of retakes.
Retention policy in this level would be the same as that of the second and third year level for which a grade of at least 2.00 must be satisfied for all the major subjects such as accounting, law and taxation. (Students will be allowed to enroll in the integrated review, which is part of the curriculum, only after they satisfactorily completed and passed all the Accounting, Law, and Taxation subjects).
Integrated review will be undertaken by 5th year students at the accredited review center or accredited educational institution. Students are graded on the basis of attendance, quizzes; first and final pre-board examination to be administered by the review center/educational institution and the faculty in charge of the review program. A candidate who obtained an eighty percent (80%) for fifty-percent based exam, which is equivalent to 60% zero-based percent in DLSAU grading system, and above in each of the subjects shall receive a passing remark; However for the subject/s where the student got a grade of below eighty percent (80%) for fifty percent-based exam he/she must repeat such subject/s until the 80% for fifty-percent based is achieved.
Coupled with this, it is our commitment to robust the faculty line up of this program whose responsibility is to put into motion all the ideas of our intensified policies to ensure the achievement of our mission and vision.
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