COLLEGE OF ADMINISTRATION, BUSINESS, HOSPITALITY & ACCOUNTANCY
Brief Historical Background
Southern Luzon State University has its humble beginnings as national high school in early 60’s. Known as Lucban National High School and later as Lucban Community College, it rose to become the Lucban National College offering degree and non-degree courses, and had the first batch of Bachelor of Science in Commerce graduates in 1980. LNC was converted into a state college known as SLPC by virtue of Batas Pambansa Blg. 145 on February 8, 1982. The Two-Year Junior Secretarial course which was started no 1975 and the BSC degrees were among its offerings.
Four years after its conversion, the College of Trade and Industry, one of the seven schools in SLPC was later named School of Business Administration. It continued to offer BSC majors in Accounting, Management and Marketing as well as the Secretarial Course. In 1985, the school had its first Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and from then on it as continuously produced board passers some of whom are now globally positioned.
The Bachelor of Science in Commerce major in Accounting program was revised as Bachelor of Science in Accountancy in 1990 and was approved under SLPC Board of Trustees (BOT), Res. No. 270, series 2000. The program was again revised implemented CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 26, series 2001 under BOT Res. No. 508, series 2005. Likewise, the BSC majors in Management and Marketing was revised in 1997 to Bachelor of Science in Business Management (BSBM) majors in Entrepreneurial / Cooperative Management (MKMN) with the same Board approval. The BSBM program was modified and implemented under BOT Res. No. 158 series 2005. The modification has been largely due to realignment of general education subjects being offered by SLSU for the academic year 2005-2006.
Under CHED Memorandum Order No. 3, series 2007 issued on August 27, 2007, it again issued the Policies and Standards for Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA). The BSBM proper was also modified under the CHED Memorandum No. 39. Both were passed and approved by the Academic Council through Resolution No. 127, series 2007 and the Board of Regents of SLSU.
Aside From the Colleges curriculum development, it has also provided for the creation of a Guidance Office, a Research Extension Office, a Practicum Laboratory and Student Center and primary Objective of the CBA is to provide students with sound foundation in the field of accountancy, business administration that would enable them to assume functions and responsibilities of their profession after graduation and contribute to the development of society.
The College aims to produce responsive, globally prepared, morally upright, socially and politically aware, research and extension service-oriented and environment-conscious graduates.
- Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
- Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
- Bachelor of Public Administration
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in:
- Financial Management
- Marketing Management
- Human Resource Management
- Doctor of Business Administration
- Master in Business Administration