WE DEVELOP

Discipline. Responsibility. Leadership.

The FAITH School of Management provides a strong foundation and comprehensive understanding of business, accounting and hospitality industry principles and practices. These are the necessary whether you would like to start or manage your own business or seek employment as accountants, business executives, tourism and hospitality professionals, or managers.

The School of Management prides itself for having good faculty, composed of highly qualified educators and business practitioners.

the COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND
ACCOUNTANCY

VISION

The College of Business and Accountancy envisions itself to be a center of excellence in business and accountancy that employs relevant technologies in communications and processes which develop adaptations and innovations for global communities.

    

MISSION

We commit ourselves to be recognized worldwide as a leading professional school that produces competitive graduates who are responsive to the changing needs of the business environment, both in the local and global scenes.

    

GOALS OF THE COLLEGE
In order to accomplish its mission, the College of Business and Accountancy shall:

• provide relevant academic training and exposure to students through an integrated and outcomes-based instruction in business, science, technology and the humanities

• implement a holistic program that addresses the continuing growth and development of the faculty,

• establish external linkages with local and international professional and accrediting bodies,

• Relevant community extension and outreach program

• implement community-based research agenda promoting lifelong learning and inclusive growth

• develop built-in mechanisms for regular and continuous evaluation of its programs of instruction, research and community extension.

OBJECTIVES
To achieve its goals, the College of Business and Accountancy shall:

• align its ILOs, graduate attributes, PEOs, teaching and learning processes as well as other plans and programs on continuous quality improvement the OBE way,

• impart a liberal education based on the seamless integration of business, science, technology, and the humanities to produce students who are not only technologically-skilled but are also well-grounded on good moral values,

• train students to make them familiar, adept at, and comfortable using technological tools, while remaining rooted on what it means to be human,

• value, recognize and support CHED’s Alternative Learning System through academic equivalency and validation of the knowledge and expertise derived by individuals from relevant work experiences and high-level, non-formal training in order to harness their full potentials,

• improve the quality of life by utilizing the results of institution-initiated and industry-commissioned research projects,

• seek to be recognized in the local and global scenes as a center of excellence in research and innovation,

• endeavor to achieve synergy in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research to reach optimal research outputs, and

• bring FAITH Colleges to the peripheries through programs that contribute to community development.

                   

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the COLLEGE OF TOURISM AND
HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

The College has been committed to provide student with quality comprehensive hospitality management education in a liberal arts environment supported by a progressive series of partial, applied, and experiential learning opportunities at one of the world’s premiere destinations. The college wants every hospitality management student to become a life-long learner who is guest focused, ethical, innovative, and globally aware, computer fluent and an effective communicator. In addition, they should be able to function collaboratively and comfortably in an environment characterized by diversity, uncertainty, and rapid change.

The college has injected life to Bachelor of Science in Tourism in 2007 so the college has to be renamed into College of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management. In October 2008 right after the acquisition of Lima City Hotel, which would act as the finishing campus of the college, it was again renamed as College of Hospitality Management.

    

OBJECTIVES
To achieve its goals, the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management shall:

• align its ILOs, graduate attributes, PEOs, teaching and learning processes as well as other plans and programs on continuous quality improvement the OBE way,

• impart a liberal education based on the seamless integration of business, science, technology, and the humanities to produce students who are not only technologically-skilled but are also well-grounded on good moral values,

• train students to make them familiar, adept at, and comfortable using technological tools, while remaining rooted on what it means to be human,

• endeavor to achieve synergy in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research to reach optimal research outputs, and

• bring FAITH Colleges to the peripheries through programs that contribute to community development.

VISION

The College of Tourism and Hospitality Management envisions itself to be a Center of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Management.

    

MISSION

We commit ourselves to be recognized worldwide as a leading professional school that produces competitive graduates who are responsive to the dynamic changes in the tourism and hospitality industries.

    

GOALS OF THE COLLEGE
In order to accomplish its mission, the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management shall:

• provide relevant academic training and exposure to students through an integrated and outcomes-based instruction in business, science, technology and the humanities,

• implement a holistic program that addresses the continuing growth and development of the faculty,

• establish external linkages with local and international professional and accrediting bodies,

• institute sustainable engagement programs that are collaborative and responsive to the needs of the society,

• implement community-based research agenda promoting lifelong learning and inclusive growth

• Develop built-in mechanisms for regular continuous quality improvement of instruction, research and community extension(CQI)


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the COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VISION

College of Public Safety envisions itself to be a center of excellence in the field of criminal justice education.

    

MISSION

Committed to produce criminal justice education professionals who have global perspective in addressing the problem of universal safety.

    

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

The College of Public Safety (COPS) addresses the increasing need for criminal justice professionals here and abroad. The program under the College provide the students develop an understanding of patterns and causes of criminality and the operations of the criminal justice system, and will be equipped with the skills needed to collect, interpret and evaluate information about crime and criminal justice. It also encourages research and inquiry on the nature, causes treatment or punishment of criminal behavior and how criminal justice agencies respond to crime, criminals and victims.

The College prepares students for careers in the fields of law enforcement, security and safety management & administration, scientific crime detection and prevention, correctional administration and criminological research, among others.

 

GOALS OF THE COLLEGE
In order to accomplish its mission, the College shall provide:

• Provide students with learning opportunities in all aspects of Criminal Justice Education through outcomes-based education imbedded with science, technology and humanities. (Instruction)

• Provide and maintain alternative learning system through flexible and transformative education to the needs of relevant learners with prior learning experience. (Alternative Learning)

• Encourage research and innovation on the dynamic nature of public safety management responsive to the needs of the society. (RESEARCH)

• Relevant community extension and outreach program

• Instill nationalism and service to the people and the community. (COMMUNITY)

• Emphasize ethics and values through recognition, practice and appli- cation of essential responsibilities of criminal justice profession. (VALUES)

• Establish multi-cultural cooperation in the attainment of the goal of criminal justice education. (TEAM WORK)

• Produce students to be prepared through life-long learning to lead the public safety management. (LIFE-LONG LEARNING)


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