This course provides physical activities for the purpose of optimizing health and fitness. Students choose from the menu of course offerings in dance, sports and outdoors and adventure activities.

This course gives the learners the necessary skills in program logic formulation; word processing; spreadsheet analysis and data management; business graphics and presentation; and project management software.

Intermediate accounting deals with the preparation and presentation of financial reports in accordance with the financial reporting framework. It covers understanding and application of accounting standards relating to nature and composition of accounts, initial recognition, measurement, and presentation in the financial statements. This course is the second of the three-part series of intermediate accounting courses. This equips the learners with a thorough understanding of the accounting and financial statement presentation of inventories, property, plant and equipment, intangibles, investment property, biological assets and non-current assets held for sale.

The course is an introduction to taxation and income tax course and is principally a study of the basic principles of Taxation, Income Taxation, Estate and Donor’s taxes and the different business and transfer taxes imposed under the National Internal Revenue Code (NIRC). The first part is aimed at situating Taxation as a law in the context of the Philippines legal system and introduces the student concept of Taxation and its significance as a State Power. It also seeks to thoroughly acquaint the students with the general principles of Taxation. The second part is primarily devoted to the study of the concept of Income and Income Taxation, business taxes specifically, Value Added Tax (VAT), as well as other business taxes namely: excise taxes, other percentage taxes, documentary stamp taxes, and community tax certificate. It emphasizes the social and moral responsibility of the people to pay the taxes in support of the government and to enhance human development and social transformation.

This course equips the learners with a thorough understanding of cost concepts, just-in-time system, the cost of implementing quality, environmental cost management and application of various costing methods such as activity based, job order, process, and standard costing.

This course analyses Philippine history from multiple perspective through the lens of selected primary sources coming from various disciplines and of different genres. Students are given opportunities to analyse the author’s background and main arguments, compare different points of view, identify biases and examine the evidences presented in the document. The discussions will tackle traditional topics in history and other interdisciplinary themes that will deepen and broaden their understanding of Philippine political, economic, cultural, social, scientific and religious history. Priority is given to primary materials that could help students develop their analytical and communication skills. The end goal is to develop the historical and critical consciousness of the students so that they will become versatile, articulate, broad-minded, morally upright and responsible citizens. This course includes mandatory topics on the Philippine Constitution, Agrarian Reform, and Taxation.

As mandated by Republic Act No. 1425, this course covers the life and works of the country’s national hero, Jose Rizal. Among the topics covered are Rizal’s biography and his writings, particularly the novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo, some of his essays, and various correspondences.