ABOUT THE COURSE

The Management Accounting Department offers Management Accounting course (previously Accounting Technology course). This is a four-year course that aims to provide students with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills regarding accounting standards and techniques, in order to prepare them for careers as bookkeepers, auditors and accounting staff.

The Management Accounting Department invests heavily in the formation of analytical and critical corporate accountants, who:

(1) have a sound proficiency in accounting, finance, taxation, business laws, and and various business and management disciplines, with a concern for relevant and emerging business and accounting trends and issues;

(2) engage in financial controllership, treasury, and business leadership careers which will provide information for decision makers and key stakeholders;

(3) possess a broad perspective, a quickness in identifying opportunities, an incisiveness in analyzing problems, an alertness in responding to situations, and a propensity for reflecting on their experiences to arrive at concrete and viable solutions to problems, and;

(4) embody within them high ideals of their chosen career’s code of ethics.

Bachelor of Science in Management Accounting

Program of Study

Approved Effective School Year 2018-2019

First Year - First Semester
  • GE 1210 – Readings in Philippine History, 3 units
  • GE 1211 – The Contemporary World, 3 units
  • GE 1213 – Life and Works of Rizal 1, 3 units
  • GE 1212 – Science, Technology and Society, 3 units
  • ASF 1101 – Arrupe Social Formation 1, 2 units
  • ACFAR 1130 – Financial Accounting and Reporting, 3 units
  • ASF(NSTP)1102 – National Service Training Program-Civic Welfare Training Service 1, 3 unit
  • PE 1114 – PATH-FIT I, 2 units
  • Theo 1000 – Theology, 3 units
  • ASF 1000 –  Arrupe Social Formation 0, 2 units

TOTAL UNITS = 25

First Year - Second Semester
  • GE 1105 – Understanding the Self, 3 units 
  • GE 1106 – Purposive Communication, 3 units
  • GE 1107 – Art Appreciation, 3 units
  • GE 1108 – Mathematics in the Modern World, 3 units 
  • GE 1109 – Ethics, 3 units 
  • ACFAR 1231 – Conceptual Framework and Accounting Standards, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 1130)
  • ASF(NSTP)1203 – National Service Training Program-Civic Welfare Training Service 2, 3 units (Prerequisite: ASF(NSTP) 1102)
  • PE 1215 – PATH-FIT II, 2 units (Prerequisite: PE 1114)
  • Philo 1000 – Philosophy, 3 units
  • ASF 1101 – Arrupe Social Formation 1, 2 units

TOTAL UNITS = 23

First Year - Summer
  • GE 3118 – Elective 1, 3 units
  • GE 3219 – Elective 2, 3 units
  • GE 4120 – Elective 3, 3 units

TOTAL UNITS = 9

Second Year - First Semester
  • ACFAR 2132 – Intermediate Accounting 1, 6 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 1130)
  • ACRF 2244 – Law on Obligations and Contracts, 3 units 
  • ACMAS 2137 – Cost Accounting and Control, 3 units
  • FIN 3153 – Financial Markets, 3 units 
  • FIN 3154 – Statistical Analysis with Software Application, 3 units 
  • FIN 3255 – Economic Development, 3 units 
  • PE 2116 – PATH-FIT III, 3 units

TOTAL UNITS = 23

Second Year - Second Semester
  • ACFAR 2233 – Intermediate Accounting 2, 6 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 2132)
  • ACRF 3145 – Business Laws and Regulations, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACRF 2244)
  • ACMAS 3139 – Strategic Cost Management, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACMAS 2137)
  • ACMAS 2338 – Financial Management Fundamentals, 3 units 
  • ACIT 3141 – IT Application Tools in Business, 3 units 
  • FIN 3256 – Applied Management Science, 3 units (Prerequisite: FIN 3154)
  • PE 2217 – PATH-FIT IV , 3 units (Prerequisite: PE 1114)

TOTAL UNITS = 23

Third Year - First Semester
  • FIN 4145 – International Business and Trade, 3 units 
  • ACIT 3242 – Accounting Information System, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACIT 3141)
  • ACFAR 3134 – Intermediate Accounting 3, 6 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 2132)
  • MGT 3156 – Operations Management and TQM, 3 units (Prerequisite: FIN 3256)
  • ACTAX 3153 – Income Taxation, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 2132)
  • ACAUD 2348 – Governance, Business Ethics, Risk Management and Internal Control, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 2132)
  • HRM 2131 – Human Behavior in Organizations, 3 units

TOTAL UNITS = 24

Third Year - Second Semester
  • ACAFA 3358 – Accounting for Business Combinations, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 2233)
  • HRM 4148 – Performance Management System, 3 units (Prerequisite: HRM 2131)
  • ACMAS 3240 – Strategic Business Analysis, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACMAS 2137)
  • ACTAX 3254 – Business Taxation, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 2132)
  • FIN 3152 – Managerial Economics, 3 units
  • ACRF 3246 – Regulatory Framework and Legal Issues in Business, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACRF 2244)
  • MGT 3136 – Project Management, 3 units (Prerequisite: MGT 3156)
  • ACAUD 3166 – Sustainability and Strategic Audit, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACAUD 2348)

TOTAL UNITS = 24

Fourth Year - First Semester
  • ACFAR 3335 – Valuation Concepts and Methods, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 3134)
  • ACTAX 4167 – Strategic Tax Management, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACTAX 3153, 3254)
  • AIS 2 – Advanced Computer Applications for Accountants, 3 units (Prerequisite: AIS 1)
  • MGT 4259 – Strategic Management, 3 units (Prerequisite: MGT 3136)
  • ACMAS 4168 – Updates in Managerial Accounting, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACMAS 3240)
  • ACAFA 4259 – Accounting for Government and Non-profit Organizations, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACFAR 3134)
  • ACMAS 4169 – Management Reporting, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACMAS 3240)
  • ACRES 3255 – Accounting Research and Methods, 3 units (Prerequisite: FIN 3154)

TOTAL UNITS = 21

Fourth Year - Second Semester
  • ACMAS 4270 – Management Accounting Internship, 6 units (Prerequisite: ACTAX 3254)
  • ACRES 4271 – Management Accounting Research, 3 units (Prerequisite: ACRES 3255)
  • ASF 4204 – Seniors’ Integration Program, 2 units

TOTAL UNITS = 11

Career Opportunities

 

 

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Prepare for International Certifications

While taking the course, you can take internationally-recognized certifications like Certified Bookkeeper, Registered Cost Accountant and Certified Accounting Technician. After graduation, your degree encourages you to take examinations like Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Information Systems Auditor, and Certified Management Accountant, to name a few.

Varied Job Opportunities

You won’t be limited to one job description when you finish BSAccTech, especially here in AdDU. You can become an Internal Auditor, a Management Accountant, an Information Systems Internal Auditor, a Cost Accountant, and eventually, a Financial Services Manager or a Chief Financial Officer!

Prepare for Law School!

If you want to practice law, this is a good four-year pre-law course! The course already exposes you to four law subjects and two taxation subjects.

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Springboard to Various Opportunities!

Whether you want to immediately go corporate, set up your own business, or proceed to either studying Accountancy to take up the CPA Licensure Examination or Law to take the bar, this course fits you perfectly!

Contact Information

Dela Costa Hall, 6th Floor, Community Center of the First Companions
Ateneo de Davao University
E. Jacinto Street, 8016, Davao City, Philippines

Contact No.

+63 82 221.2411 local 8310

Email

accountingtech@addu.edu.ph