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Master of Arts in Psychology
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PRE-REQUISITES FOR NON-BUSINESS GRADUATES
MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 

1. Management 101

This course is designed to familiarize the students with the basic principles and processes related to business organizations.  It introduces a basic framework for understanding the role and functions of a manager and how these concepts and techniques be carried out in the organization.  It prepares the students in decision-making and in assuming higher managerial responsibilities in the organization.  It provides the basic concepts in human behavior from an individual, group, and organizational perspective.  It also equips the students the tools and techniques on how to analyze and approach various organizational situations as they integrate the course materials to their actual work experiences.  
 

2. Basic Finance

This course deals with the fundamental principles and techniques in financial operations and how these affect the entire organization.  It introduces to the students the basic concepts and principles of financing decisions, financial planning process, and development of financial plans and programs for the business.  It also engages the students to understand time value of money, investment, cash management, and working capital management.
 

3. Accounting 101

This course introduces the students the fundamentals of accounting, business and management data analysis and an understanding of basic accounting concepts and principles.  It also deals with the preparation and analysis of financial statements (statement of financial position, statement of comprehensive income, statement of changes in equity and cash flow statement) of service and merchandising businesses using horizontal and vertical analyses and financial ratios to test the level of liquidity, solvency, profitability, and stability of the business.  

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