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    • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN OFFICE ADMINISTRATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES Communication Skills 1 This is a study and practice of the principles of correct writing and the clear and logical presentation of ideas. The course focuses on developing the students’ writing skills through the introduction of the different types of expository writing and other forms of discourse. Prerequisites : None Credits : 3 units Number of Hours : 54 Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan Sumasaklaw ang kursong ito sa paglinang ng mga kasanayan sa komunikasyong pasalita at pasulat. Lilinangin ang apat na makrong kasanayan sa pakikinig, pagsasalita, pagbasa at pagsulat sa pamamagitan ng iba’t ibang teksto at konteksto. Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Number of Hours : 54 Physical Science This course is designed for students with limited background and/or aptitude in the Natural Sciences. It focuses on basic ideas of modern physics, the chemical nature of our physical environment, geological forces that build and shape the earth’s surface, and the origin and fate of the universe. Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Number of hours : 90 Philippine History with Politics and Governance This course is a study of the economic, social, political, and cultural development of the Philippines. Emphasizes the relevant and recurring issues in Philippine history and studies the serious problems that confront the country. Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Number of hours : 54 Communication Skills 2 The course is designed to develop the students’ oral communication skills for effective personal, group, and public communication in various disciplines. Prerequisites : Communication Skills 1 Credits : 3 units Number of Hours : 54 Pagbasa/Pagsulat sa Iba’t Ibang Disiplina Ang kursong ito ay magbibigay pokus sa pagbasa at pagsusulat bilang instrumento sa pagkatuto. Ituturo sa kursong ito ang mga estratehiya sa pagbasa ng iba’t ibang genre ng mga tekstong nakasulat. Lilinangin din ang mga kasanayan sa pag-unawa lalo na ang kritikal na pag- unawa, gayun din ang kasanayan sa pagsulat ng iba’t ibang sulating akademya. Prerequisites : Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan Credits : 3 units Number of Hours : 54 Business Mathematics This course gives the students training in the essentials of business mathematics. Topics includes payroll computations, presenting business data using graphs, stocks and bond purchases and sales, computing insurance, taxes and automobile ownership, etc. Prerequisites : None Credits : 3 units Number of Hours : 54 General Psychology This course gives an overview on the study of the basic principles underlying human behavior, cognition and effect. It aims to provide the student with a general overview of the field of psychology and focuses on the different perspectives in analyzing human development, namely; biological, behavioral, cognitive, humanistic, psychoanalytic and socio-cultural with emphasis on the scientific approach to understanding human behavior and mental processes Prerequisites : None Credits : 3 units Number of Hours : 54 College Algebra This is a course in General Mathematics for First Year Students which deals with the Fundamentals Principles of College Algebra. Topics include Linear Equations, Inequalities, Quadratic Equations, Functions, Systems of Linear Equations in two or three variables, Matrices 1
    • and Determinants and Sequences and Series. A review on the operations of Polynomial, Fractions and Radicals is also included. Prerequisite : Business Math Credits : 3 units Number of hours : 54 General Sociology This course introduces the student to the concepts and theories that pertain to social relationships and social organization. The course covers topics that range from micro interpersonal relationships to macro social structures. The course is a prerequisite for all other courses in sociology and/ or social welfare. Not recommended for freshmen. Prerequisite : Sophomore Status Credits : 3 units Number of hours : 54 Biological Science This course deals with basic concepts and current developments in cell biology, plant and animal anatomy and physiology, and ecology. Discussion of relevant biological and environmental issues/problems will be highlighted in this course Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Number of hours : 54 Introduction to Logic A study of the inductive and deductive processes of reasoning in the light of classical and contemporary thought, including the analysis of ordinary language and its pitfalls, and the relation of logic to scientific inquiry and method. Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Number of hours : 54 Literature of the Philippines This course is a study of the literary forms or genres as exemplified by selected literary texts from various regions of the Philippines written at different periods in Philippine literary history. Prerequisites : Communication Skills 2 Credits : 3 units Number of Hours : 54 Introduction to Economics with Land Reform and Taxation This course seeks to provide students with a thorough understanding of the workings of the economy. It also aims to give an appreciation of basic economic concepts that are covered in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, & International Economics essential to both business & non- business majors. Topics include, among others, household behavior & consumer choice, firm theory, income distribution & poverty and globalization & international trade. Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Numbers of Hours : 54 Life and Works of Rizal This course studies the life and works of Jose P. Rizal and their influence and relevance in contemporary Philippines society. It aims to deepen and to strengthen the student’s sense of nationalism by making her fully realize her worth as a Filipino. Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Number of hours : 54 Philosophy of Man This is a course of man and about man. Fundamentally, it deals with two main problems: what is man? who is man? The concepts of self, freedom, embodiment, relatedness, and spirituality will be emphasized. Primarily, this course is designed to help the student develop a reflective, critical and humane attitude towards the reality of the human person. It will also evaluate the various concepts of social development and the ideologies professed by leading nations of the world. This course will also describe the important components of human rights and their impact on community living and global interrelationships. Prerequisite : None Credits : 3 units Numbers of Hours : 54 2