- Part of the curriculum is to assess the students on their readiness to the next year level. It is a one (1) unit course intended to assess the students from their previous subjects, namely: Crim 1, Crim 2, Crim 3, LEA 1, CDI 1, FS1 and FS2.
This course provides an overview of the various aspects of the concept of law, with emphasis on the relationship between law, jurisprudence, equity, courts, society, and public policy, presented through selected provisions of law, cases, and other materials depicting settled principles and current developments, both local and international, including a review of the evolution of the Philippine legal system.
- Welcome to Accounting Information System (AIS) Course!
This course acquaints students with the fundamentals of the accounting information system (AIS) and how it functions and fits into the organization. Using a cycles approach, the course introduces internal control procedures, covers the basic elements of the revenue and expense cycles, and enables students to become proficient with documentation techniques, such as flowcharting. The course focuses on the needs and responsibilities of accountants as users and developers of information technology, and as auditors. Students will explore the capabilities of accounting software and undertake a course related project.
- Welcome to Tax 2!
The course is the sequel of Tax 1. It deals mainly with topics that relate to transfer and business taxes; documentary stamp tax and local taxes. The topics include are estate tax, donor’s tax, value-added tax, percentage taxes excise tax, documentary stamp tax and local taxes.