Philippine School Of Business Administration (PSBA)
is a private educational institution founded in 1963. It began as a review center for Certified Public Accountants (CPA) as the Philippine Accounting and Taxation Services, Inc. (PATTS), which eventually became one of the notable CPA training centers in the country. By 1966, PATTS was officially converted into a degree-granting institution called the Philippine School of Business Administration.
PSBA believes in the Filipino Youth. Its mission is to help them become leaders in the industry. At present, the college offers undergraduate degrees
related to business administration as well as an MBA program and doctorate degrees
. It also conducts review sessions for aspiring accountants who want to pass the CPA Board Exam
. It also offers refresher courses related to the subject matter.
Since its opening, the school has already produced CPA board passers. Aside from its competent accountants and business professionals, it is also home to individuals who made names in the field of sports such as basketball players Marc Pingris, Warren Ybanez and Vic Manuel.
The Former Secretary of the Department of Education Jesli Lapus
is also one of PSBA’s successful alumni as well as media personality/Life coach Ferdinand “Chinkee” Tan
and Lito Lopez
, president of Rusty Lopez.
Philippine School Of Business Administration (PSBA) facts:
- PSBA has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program specializing on Disaster Risk Management (DRM).
- PSBA is a member of the Philippine Association of Collegiate Schools of Business (PACSB) and the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU).
- PSBA has established ties with GS FAME (Gunung Sewu Foundation for Accounting, Management, and Economics) Institute of Business, an Indonesia-based school.