The 2010 BSBE Curriculum Primer
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS PROGRAM                                                    BS BE Curriculum     ...
THIRD YEAR                 First Semester                                                 Second Semester                 ...
ECON 11: Markets and the State (3 units)ECON 101: Macroeconomics (4 units)    -National income accounting; consumption & i...
BA 101 or IE 31BA 101 (INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT)       - Principles & practices in business management       - ...
BA 115 OR ECON 162BA 115 (MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING)           -Uses of accounting information for managerial planning & contr...
Students are required to choose 3 Business Electives (BE’s)BA 105 (OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT)       - Introduction to the stra...
HRIM 112 (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT IN HOTELS, RESTAURANTS& RELATED INSTITUTIONS)           -Principles & techniques of business...
MATH 150.1 (MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS 1)       - Combinatorial probability; Probability of distributions; Joint and       co...
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  1. 1. The 2010 BSBE Curriculum Primer
  2. 2. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS PROGRAM BS BE Curriculum Effective 1st Semester, SY 2010-2011 FIRST YEAR First Semester Second Semester Units UnitsGE Subject (Arts & Humanities) 3 Subject GE (Arts & Humanities) 3GE Subject (Soc Sci & Philo) 3 GE Subject (Arts & Humanities) 3GE Subject (Math, Sci & Tech) 3 GE Subject (Math, Sci & Tech) 3GE Subject (Econ 11 – SSP) 3 Math 100 4GE Subject (Math 17 – MST) 5 GE Subject (Soc Sci & Philo) 3 SECOND YEAR First Semester Second Semester Units UnitsGE Subject (Arts & Humanities) 3 Econ Elective (1) 3Math 102 3 GE Subject (Math, Sci & Tech) 3Econ 101 4 Free Elective (1) 3Econ 102 4 Econ 106 3Stat 101 3 GE Subject (Soc Sci & Philo) 3Accounting 1 3 Free Elective (2) 311 Students must take at least 4 Physical Education subjects.Required RGEP courses:5 GE courses in three domains, or a total of 15 courses (6 units of the GE courses must satisfy the Philippine Studiesrequirement)As a requirement for graduation, all students are required to take six (6) units in one of the National Service Training Program(NSTP) components. Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC) and Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS) are offered by UPD.
  3. 3. THIRD YEAR First Semester Second Semester Units UnitsEcon Elective (2) 3 Management Elective II*** 3Free Elective (3) 3 Business Elective (1) 3Management Elective I* 3 Free Elective (4) 3Finance Elective** 3 Econ 132 3Econ 131 4 Econ 121 / 141 / 151 3 FOURTH YEARFirst Semester Second Semester Units UnitsEcon 163 3 GE Subject (Arts & Humanities) 3Business Elective (2) 3 Econ 121/ 141 / 151 3Econ 121 / 141 / 151 3 Business Elective (3) 3GE Subject (Math, Sci & Tech) 3 P. I. 100 3Econ 199 3 GE Subject (Soc Sci & Philo) 3Free Elective (5) 32*BA 101 or IE 31 Industrial Organization and Management2 *BA 101 or IE 31 Industrial Organization and Management** BA 141 or Econ 122 Financial Economics*** BA 115 or Econ 162 Managerial EconomicsStudents are required to choose 3 Business Electives (BE) from the following: BA 170, BA 151, BA 142, BA 105, BA190, IE 3, IE 197(a), IE 197(b), IE 197(c), IE 150, IE 141, IE 142, Math 150.1, Math 180.1, Math 180.2, Stat 115, HRIM112, HRIM 108.Three (3) free electives in the junior and senior year – higher electives with course number 100 and above - may betaken outside of the Department. European Languages courses, regardless of course number, are considered ashigher electives. They may also be Economics (Econ) electives: Econ 111/ 152/ 161/ 171/ 172/ 175/ 181/ 186/191/ 196/ 198’s, excluding Econ 100.1/100.2 and Econ 190.1/190.2.
  4. 4. ECON 11: Markets and the State (3 units)ECON 101: Macroeconomics (4 units) -National income accounting; consumption & investment decisions; income & employment determination; monetary & fiscal policies; international policy; growth. Prerequisites: Econ 11/ Consent of InstructorECON 102: Microeconomics (4 units) -Demand & supply; price determination in competitive markets; income distribution; general equilibrium & welfare. Prerequisites: Econ 11/ Consent of InstructorECON 106: Elements of Mathematical Economics (3 units) - Mathematical approaches to elementary economic theory. Prerequisites: Econ 101, 102, Math 100/Consent of InstructorECON 121: Money & Banking. (3 units) -Nature & role of money; banks & other financial intermediaries; central banking & banking regulations; open economy issues; efficient-markets theory; development finance. Prerequisites: Econ 101, 102 / Consent of InstructorECON 131: Quantitative Economics. (4 units) -Representation of economic phenomena in terms of elementary mathematical & statistical models. Prerequisites: Econ 101, 102, Math 100, Stat 101/ Consent of InstructorECON 132: Business Forecasting (3 units) Additional Prerequisite: Econ 131ECON 141: International Economics. (3 units) -International trade & finance; commercial policy & the macroeconomics of an open economy. Prerequisites: Econ 101, 102/ Consent of InstructorECON 151: Public Economics. (3 units) - Market failure; collective choice; theory of government expenditures & taxation.ECON 163: The Laws and Economics of Business Transactions (3 units)
  5. 5. BA 101 or IE 31BA 101 (INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT) - Principles & practices in business management - An overview of the functional areas of business - An introduction to case problem-solvingPrerequisites:Junior standingConsent of Instructor for non-CBA studentsUnits: 3IE 31 (INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION & MANAGEMENT) -Basic features governing the organization, administration, & financing of industries. - Relations between labor & management.Prerequisites:Junior standingMath 54 or Math 102Units: 3 BA 141 or ECON 122BA 141 (BUSINESS FINANCE I) -Introduction to the principles governing financial management of business enterprises with emphasis on short-range planning & management of working capital.Prerequisite:BA 99.2Units: 3ECON 122 (FINANCIAL ECONOMICS)Additional Prerequisite:Econ 121Units: 3
  6. 6. BA 115 OR ECON 162BA 115 (MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING) -Uses of accounting information for managerial planning & controlPrerequisites:BA 99.2 or Acctg 1Units: 3Econ 162 (Managerial Economics)Units: 3 NOTE: MANAGEMENT ELECTIVES NEED NOT BE TAKEN ACCORDING TO THEIR NUMBERS. FOR EXAMPLE, MANAGEMENT ELECTIVE 2 MAY BE TAKEN BEFORE MANAGEMENT ELECTIVE 1.This is equivalent to Econ 198: Special Topics in Differential and Integral Calculus.Course title:Special Topics: Differential and Integral CalculusCourse description:Continuation of Math 100, intended for economics majors.Prerequisite to:Econ 106Econ 131Prerequisite:Math 100 (Introduction to Calculus) orMath 53 (Elementary Analysis 1) orMath 63 (Calculus 1)Units: 3 NOTE: STUDENTS WHO HAVE TAKEN MATH 54 AND MATH 55 ARE EXEMPTED FROM TAKING MATH 102.
  7. 7. Students are required to choose 3 Business Electives (BE’s)BA 105 (OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT) - Introduction to the strategic & tactical decisions in manufacturing & service operationsPrerequisites:BA 101, BA 180.1, BA 180.2 or Econ 131Units: 3BA 142 (BUSINESS FINANCE II) -Long-range planning & management of the long-term financial position of a business organization; recapitalization & liquidationPrerequisite:BA 141Units: 3BA 151 (HUMAN BEHAVIOR ORGANIZATIONS) -The concepts & principles of behavior in business organizationsPrerequisite:Junior standingUnits: 3BA 170 (MARKETING MANAGEMENT) - Principles, practices & development of integrated marketing programsPrerequisite:BA 101Units: 3BA 190 (STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT) - An integrated approach to decision making viewed from a top management perspective; Discussion of comprehensive problems of organizationsPrerequisites:Graduating students, BA 105, BA 141, BA 170Units: 3HRIM 108 (FRANCHISE MANAGEMENT IN HOTELS,RESTAURANTS & RELATED INSTITUTIONS)Prerequisite:Senior standingUnits: 3
  8. 8. HRIM 112 (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT IN HOTELS, RESTAURANTS& RELATED INSTITUTIONS) -Principles & techniques of business organization &management as applied to hotels, restaurants & related institutions. An introduction to the case methodPrerequisite:Junior standingUnits: 3IE 3 (INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING) -Systems concepts, the industrial organization & its functions, overview of industrial engineering toolsPrerequisite:Junior standingUnits: 3IE 141 (OPERATIONS RESEARCH I) -Operations research methodology; optimization models for linear systems; linear programming; duality & sensitivity analysis; transportation, assignment, network modelsPrerequisites:ES 21/Consent of InstructorUnits: 3IE 142 (OPERATIONS RESEARCH II) -Matrix approach to linear programming; integer programming; dynamic programming; goal programming; game theoryPrerequisites:ES 26IE 141/ Consent of InstructorUnits: 3IE 150 (SYSTEMS EVALUATION) -Criteria for evaluation of systems; Technological, economic & human factorsPrerequisites:Acctg. 1Econ 100.1 or Econ 101Units: 3IE 197 (SPECIAL TOPICS)Units: 3
  9. 9. MATH 150.1 (MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS 1) - Combinatorial probability; Probability of distributions; Joint and conditional distributions; Random variables; Distributions of functions of random variables; Mathematical expectation; Moment-generating functions; Sampling distributionsPrerequisite:Math 65, 101/equivalent;Units: 3MATH 180.1 (OPERATIONS RESEARCH I) - Review of classical optimization theory; Introduction to linear programming; Quadratic programming, Non-linear programming and Dynamic programming; Networks (Path, PERT/CPM) and inventory problemsPrerequisite:Math 115, 150.1/equivalent,Consent of instructorUnits: 3MATH 180.2 (OPERATIONS RESEARCH II) - Review of probability theory; stochastic models; Markov chains; Introduction to quasi theory; Introduction to simulation; Games, replacement and reliability theoryPrerequisite:Math 180.1/consent of instructor;Units: 3STAT 115 (BASIC STATISTICAL METHODS) - Computer assisted statistical analysis on the following: tests for means; tests for proportions; tests for independence; simple linear regression; Analysis of variance; Forecasting using classical techniquesPrerequisites:Stat 114Stat101 or equivalentUnits: 3 (BS BE STUDENTS WITH STUDENT NUMBERS BEGINNING WITH 2009 HAVE THE OPTION TO COUNT BA 99.2 AS A BUSINESS ELECTIVE)

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