COURSES OFFERED

DEGREE COURSES

  1. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BSBA)

AIDE program on Business Administration was previously called BSBA Major in Management. The program aims to produce a new breed of future ethical business professionals with skills in scientific research, problem analysis, decision-making, and consensus building. BSBA Students of BSBA program are made to appreciate management as a system of integrated and interrelated parts.

In pursuance of CHED Memorandum Order 17 series of 2017, the previous BSBA program of AIDE has been changed with the provision of the following five (5) distinct majors, following the CHED minimum standards.

  • MARKETING MANAGEMENT – this program prepares the graduate for careers in Marketing, Market Research, Advertising and Public Relations. AIDE’s Marketing Management curriculum provides the student with both technical skills and competencies required in the field, but also the flexible mindset that is necessary to stay competitive in constantly changing business environment.

Note: Intake is on-going for all courses

  • HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – this program prepares the graduate for a career in the Human Resource Department of any public or private organization, handling the many diverse human capital and knowledge management requirements of the organization, including recruitment, staffing and sourcing, compensation and benefits, training and career development, labor relations, among others.

Note: In-take is on-going except for Professional Major Courses.             Modules are being revised and upgraded.

  • BUSINESS ECONOMICS – this program prepares graduates for careers in banking, economic and development planning, as well as general management. The program focuses on the relationship of business operations and the economy as a whole. It integrates economic principles and strategies into standard business practices so that student can have both the micro view of how the business can acquire capital, generate profit and revenues and efficiently produce goods and services, as well as the macro view of how external economic factors such as government regulations can effect, and should influence, business decisions.

Note: In-take is on-going except for Professional Major Courses.             Modules are being revised and upgraded.

  • FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT – this program prepares the graduates for various careers in financial management as well as in related fields, including but not limited to, corporate finance, investment management, banking, credit, trust operations, insurance, foreign currency markets, money markets, capital markets, and other financial securities markets. The curriculum provides the graduate with knowledge on financial institutions and technical skills based on established financial theories, standards, methodologies and various analytical tools. It also promotes an outlook that is based on ethics and values, market integrity, regulations, good governance and competitive global perspective, necessary for effective and efficient decision making.

Note: In-take is on-going for general education courses and    common business/management courses only. Modules are            being revised and re-written.

  • OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – this program prepares students to manage the operations of manufacturing, agri-business, as well as service enterprises, focusing on the need to pro-actively, efficiently and effectively produce and deliver products and services on time and within budget. The curriculum covers all aspects of operations within the organization, including the management of purchases, inventory, production and service quality, logistics, supply chain and distribution.
  1. BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE

          The AB English Language Course of AIDE follows the minimum prescribed curriculum as stated in CHED Memorandum No. 24 s. 2017.

The course is designed to integrate theory and practice to prepare the students for effective communication in English in diverse contexts and situations. Specifically, the program aims to:

  • To provide a comprehensive knowledge of the English language, its origin, growth and development, structures and use;
  • To enhance the student’s competencies in the use of the English language in real-world contexts; and
  • To present appropriate strategies of language use through a heightened awareness of how English works in different situations in the Philippines and in Asia and the rest of the world.

Note: In-take is on-going but major subjects are still being revised.

  1. BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

The Bachelor of Arts in Political Science course follows the prescribed curriculum of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) under Memorandum Order No. 31 s. 2011 or the Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs) for the Bachelor of Arts Program.

The course deals with the study of governments , public policies and political behavior using both humanistic and scientific perspectives and skills to examine all countries and regions of the world. It deals with a rather broad spectrum of concerns, from understanding the link between the individual (micro) and the institutional (macro) and the national to the global structures of policy-making.

  1. CERTIFICATE COURSES

2.1.    CERTIFICATE COURSES IN CULTURE AND ARTS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TANGHALANG PILIPINO (TP)

Currently, AIDE offers, in partnership with Tanghalang Pilipino (TP),  the following Certificate Courses on Culture and Arts and the TESDA Certification for these courses are being worked on.

  • Certificate in Scriptwriting
  • Certificate in Creative Group Dynamics
  • Certificate in Acting
  • Certificate in Community Arts Development
  • Certificate in Acting
  • Certificate in Dance
  • Certificate in Film

2.2. DISTANCE EDUCATION RELATED COURSES

  • Developing Instructional Materials/Modules;
  • Developing Online Course Content
  • Introductory Course on Open and Distance Learning