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Customs Administration


General Objectives
A basic foundation of knowledge and understanding concerning modern business through a core program consisting of general education, computer education, and professional office administration.
Adequate exposure to the realities of the computerized business world, through academic instruction closely coordinated with the business community.
Adequate training to make the Office Administration graduates immediately employable and/or engaged in productive entrepreneurship.
Proper motivation for professional growth; and
Efficient training for computer literacy.

 

Major in Office Management


Specific Objectives
To prepare the students for the functions and responsibilities of a secretarial job.
To provide the students with the basic knowledge and skills necessary in handling office situations.
To provide the students with functional job experiences through simulation projects and/or office practice.
To strengthen the moral and ethical development of the students through values integration in the different subject offerings.

 

Major in Computer Education


Specific Objectives
To provide the students with knowledge and understanding of the different functions and responsibilities of a Secretary and Computer Education Teacher.
To provide the students with adequate training that will make them immediately employable either in the government or private industries/institutions.
To expose the students to the realities of the computerized business world through adequate computer courses and close coordination with the industry.
To strengthen the moral and ethical development of the students through the integration of values in different courses.

 

Two-Year Computer Secretarial Course


Specific Objectives
To provide the students with knowledge and skills in computer applications necessary for clerical jobs.
To provide the students with training in the field through practicum courses.
To strengthen the students' moral and ethical development through integration of proper values in the different subject offerings.