Bachelor in Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
Major in Human Resource Development Management
EXAMINATIONS October 18-19, 22-23, 2018
|First Semester||Second Semester||Summer|
|First Day of Regular Classes||June 25, 2018|
|Second Coursers &
|All Curriculum Years|
|Deadline for submission of
Grading Sheets & Blue Class
Records for validation
|July 16, 2018|
|Preliminary Examinations||July 23, 2018|
|Ninoy Aquino Day||August 21, 2018|
|Eidul Adha (Feast of the sacrifice) Tentative||August 22, 2018|
|National Heroes’ Day||August 27, 2018|
|Mid-term Examinaton||September 03-08, 2018|
|Mid- term Departmental Examination||September 10-13, 2018|
|Deadline for submission
of Grading Sheets, & Print-out for Re-validation and Questionnaires, Key Answers & Test Papers (Non-Departmental Subject/s)
|September 24, 2018|
|Final Departmental Examination||October 18-19, 22-23, 2018|
|Regular Saturday Classes||October 20, 2018|
|FINAL EXAMINATIONS||October 24-27, 29-30, 2018|
The student is now officially enrolled. Submit the classcard to the Instructor on the first day of classes. Students are advised to read the Bulletin Board for announcements regarding changes in classroom assignments, schedules and other similar information
A. Regular students or those who did not incur any academic deficiency are advised to enroll on the enrollment designated date.
B. Revisions, dropping and inclusions must be approved by the Adviser and Department Chair/Dean.
C. Violation of prerequisite subjects and the maximum units allowed shall be subjected to academic sanction/penalty.
|Entrance Exam Schedules||Entrance Exam Fee||Guidance Contact Number|
|Monday – Friday||P 300.00||314-00-30|
|9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
|9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon|
During the first weeks of classes of each school year, orientation program for freshmen students is conducted with the recognized Student Campus Organization being assigned to undertake this task.
The freshmen students are acquainted with the school programs, environment and its educational and career goals. Proper attitudes toward college study, skills and other facets of academic life are also discussed during the orientation program.
The student-to-student orientation program makes it possible for the freshmen student to feel comfortable talking with their peers (co-students) who have gone through the same situations.
Thus, they can freely talk and seek advice on such areas of study as time management, taking down notes, homework difficulties, etc. In addition, the student advisers can help the freshmen with proper planning and personal adjustments.
There must be at least 50 members in their high school graduating classes to qualify for these scholarships.
Those who obtain high average rating during each semester of the school year, subject to the approval of the Dean of studies.
SUPERIOR SCHOLARSHIP PERFORMANCE OF ANY STUDENT SHALL BE RECOGNIZED THROUGH THE PUBLICATION OF THE DEAN’S HONOR LIST EVERY SEMESTER/SUMMER TERM.
Students who qualify for the Dean’s Honor List are awarded the “Certificate of Academic Proficiency” for every semester/summer term of their qualification to the list.
The inclusion of a student in the Dean’s Honor List shall be duly noted in his official academic records in the Registrar’s Office.
There shall be an Honor and Awards Committee in the School which shall determine at the end of each semester/summer term the students who shall be included in the Dean’s Honor List and also those who will graduate with honors, to be composed of:
On graduation, student who remain in the Dean’s Honor List at least twenty-five (25%) percent of their study in PSBA shall be entitled to graduate with Latin Honors of Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, Cum Laude in accordance with the following cumulative GPA:
|1||Summa Cum Laude||3.800 or higher|
|2||Magna Cum Laude||3.600 to 3.799|
|2||Cum Laude||3.400 to 3.599|
Grades in subjects taken by a student in other schools before admission in PSBA may be included in the computation of the Cumulative GPA for purposes of determining qualifications for graduation with honors, provided such subjects do not constitute more than 25% of the total units required for graduation and are in subjects which are creditable for the course/degree program in which he is graduating.
The progress of a student in his study measured in unit-credits earned. One unit credit is equivalent to 17 to 18 hours of classroom instructions, including examinations. Thus, a typical subject (class) meets for 3 hours per week for 18 weeks in a semestral term, or at least 54 hours for a full summer term. Assuming a passing grade, 3 units-credit are earned for the subject.
Grades are symbol which provide records of a student’s participation in the relevant study experiences; and the quality of a student’s performance in achieving the course goals is evaluated and recorded in the form of grades.
Grading is the sole responsibility of faculty members; however, it must be based on the policies and procedures prescribe by the School Administration.
PSBA adopts the Ten-Point Numeral Grading System, with grade points and corresponding narrative descriptions, as follows:
|Ten Point Numerical||Grades||Description|
Note: Grade of 4.0 (conditioned) is used only for mid term grading; not for final.