JBLFMU GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES
Graduates of the JBLF System must be:
1. Proficient in oral and written communication
2. Possess mathematical and critical thinking skills
3. Technically competent
5. Demonstrate values and professionalism in the workplace and life in general
6. Lifelong learners
JBLFMU System shall continuously develop individuals into competent, well-rounded individuals who will perform positive roles in society.
Perseverance ◊ Loyalty ◊ Excellence ◊ Discipline ◊ Godliness ◊ Equality
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
The JBLFMU-Molo College of Business will be a leading business college and recognized for its research-based and innovative academic programs propelled by its values of perseverance and discipline. It engenders a culture of excellence, and thru resilience will develop students who are prepared to meet the 21st century’s business acumen and the region’s evolving development needs.
We are committed to ensure that the students will develop the competencies needed for their chosen careers; attain their full potential; become effective participants in nation-building; and advocates quality, health, safety, and environmental protection in the workplace. Likewise, it takes action to ensure that its educational services are relevant to the needs of time.
1. To constantly uphold our high quality instruction, relevant research, strong community involvement, and significant contributions to economic development.
2. To continuously improve the quality of our academic programs by maintaining our ISO certification and levelling up our accreditation status.
3. To promote among our stakeholders a proactive, innovative, and positive attitude in meeting the challenges in the operating environment.
4. To establish, strengthen, and nurture linkages with business, industry and government in creating more opportunities in intensifying our operations and student’s learning outcomes.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Shipping and Business Management (BSBA-SBM) is a 4-year degree program designed to prepare students to advance into such positions as business manager, sales representative, or production supervisor in a variety of fields, including shipping, manufacturing, retailing, construction, financial institutions, and government. A degree in Business Administration will prepare students to make their contribution - and get their share - in the demanding world of shipping and business.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Shipping and Business Management (BSBA-SBM) program supports the nine point agenda of JBLFMU and the University’s policy on Quality, Health, Safety and Environmental Protection. The curriculum includes topics in information technology; maritime theories and concepts; and a wide range of basic business and business education core. It also includes a 3-unit practicum which would give students an opportunity to have an actual experience in the world of work.
Within 3-5 years of graduation, graduates of BSBA should be able to:
1. effectively manage/own a business
2. reach out to alma mater and community as socially responsible corporate citizens,
3. advocate quality, health, safety and environmental protection.
4. spontaneously communicate thoughts and emotions to others as individuals and as members of a team;
5. make their contribution - and get their share - in the demanding world of shipping and business;
6. initiate correct and ethical solutions to problems at work and accept consequences of actions as professionals; and
7. courageously face the continuous process of lifelong learning.
PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (PILOS)
In order that the students will be able to accomplish the Program Educational Objectives, the curriculum is designed to meet the competency standards of the program set by CHED to ensure that students at the time of graduation are able to:
a) convey ideas clearly and apply the principles of the different forms of communication;
b) conduct feasibility study, research, and analyze business related cases.
c) consistently demonstrate the values of perseverance, leadership, excellence, diligence, godliness, and equality.
d) competently access, retrieve and disseminate information using information technology.
e) create good interpersonal relations and develop a wholesome personality thru active participation in business associations
f) confidently explain the concepts, and approaches of quality, health, safe and environmental protection.
g) correctly identify the country’s national development thrusts, concerns and socio-economic indicators.
Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration (BSCA)
The Bachelor of Science in Customs Administration (BSCA) is a four-year course that deals with the study of the administration of customs operations and brokerage. The program is designed to meet the demands of the government and the private sector for competitive professionals in the countries’ import and export industry. The BSCA program follows a curriculum intended to prepare the students in carrying out the principles of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines as well as regulations related to cargo handling. It also provides a foundation in developing students to become well-rounded individuals. The curriculum includes professional courses in line with business to include Accounting, Finance, Taxation, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Management, Economics, Law, Computer, Statistics and Research. Major courses include Tariff and Customs Administration with an Educational Trip and On-the-Job Training requirement to expose the students to the actual scene of the business and to provide them with the attitude, skills and knowledge essential for their profession.
After completion of the program and passing the licensure examination, graduates can pursue a career in customs brokerage and related professions.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Within three to five years after graduation, graduates of BSCA should be able to:
1) Effectively manage/own a brokerage firm, forwarder, cargo consolidator, or import-export business as experts in the field, or any business enterprise as business leaders;
2) Spontaneously communicate thoughts and emotions to others as individuals and as members of a multidisciplinary team;
3) Reach out to alma mater and community as socially responsible individuals;
4) Initiate correct and ethical solutions to problems at work and accept consequences of actions as professionals and productive leaders of an organization; and
5) Courageously face the continuous process of lifelong learning.
Program Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs)
To enable the BSCA students to accomplish the Program Educational Objectives, the curriculum is designed to exceed the competency standards of the program set by CHED to ensure that students at the time of graduation are able to:
A. Perform professional and ethical practices in responding to economic, social, global and environmental realities and issues;
B. Express fundamental capability in oral and written communication;
C. Employ mathematical and critical thinking skills in solving practical and professional concerns;
D.Prepare and process customs declaration and requisite documents for import or export for filing with the Bureau of Customs and other government agencies;
E. Advice or act as consultant in matters relating to tariff and customs laws, rules and regulations, and other laws, rules and regulations affecting or in connection with activities of importation and exportation;
F. Impart knowledge and/or conduct research;
G.Represent importers and exporters before any government agency or private entity in cases relating to valuation and classification of import and export articles; and
H. Render professional services in matters relating to customs and tariff laws, procedures and practices.
Bachelor of Science in Cruise Ship Management (BSCSM)
The Bachelor of Science in Cruise Ship Management is a four (4) year degree program to prepare young men and women to be responsible members of the society, productive and effective participants in the cruise industry particularly, as crew members of the various positions such as being a cruise staff in the entertainment, food and beverage, galley, hotel operations, housekeeping and casino departments. The course is treated within the social framework of the country and the international community of nations.
The curriculum of the Cruise Ship Management program calls for a diversity of skills found in the different disciplines. It will be interdisciplinary in nature and will provide students with concepts in hotel and cruise ship management, tourism, foods and nutrition, bar and beverage, computer science, accounting, marketing, mathematics, social science, communication and languages. This program will also equip students the Basic Safety Course with Personal Survival and Social Responsibility techniques, Ship Crisis and Crowd Management on board ship in accordance of STCW code.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE (PEOs)
Within 3-5 years of graduation, graduates of Bachelor of Science in Cruise Ship Management should be able to:
1. manage different departments in culinary, food and beverage service, housekeeping and front office operations to the shipping and cruise industry and other hospitality business;
2. apply good customer service skills in communicating with the industry customers and build rapport to the hospitality industry partners/ stakeholders;
3. serve and lead the community and the hospitality industry with excellence,respect, simplicity and loyalty;
4. work with colleagues and hospitality business stakeholders in an efficient and effective manner with the right knowledge, skills, and attitude;
5. creatively build a benchmark of excellence in exploring the hospitality and cruise business as venue for long-term growth as professionals; and
6. make a strong relationship with the university as alumni to help further develop the program for the next generation of hospitality and cruise professionals.
PROGRAM INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES (PILOs)
At the time of graduation, students should be able to:
A. Maintain an attitude that deliver safe and secure working environment in their different working areas;
B. Build an effective and good working relationships with customers, peers and superiors;
C. Plan, organize and control procedures to prepare and cook hot & cold meals in an organized, efficient and safe manner;
D. Expertly provide table service that is expected of efficient and competent dining room manager and staff;
E. Proficiently plan, organize, direct & control the flow of housekeeping operations in an organized, efficient & safe manner;
F. Manage front office procedures with skills, knowledge, and attitude required in the hospitality industry; and
G. Demonstrate good customer service skills.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)
The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology focuses on the study of information technology and information resources to develop, manage, and maintain information technology infrastructure. It covers the learning of necessary knowledge and skills to effectively and efficiently utilize the benefits of information and communications technology. This program prepares students to be socially responsible and globally competitive IT professionals capable of developing systems for a more convenient and faster way of doing pertinent transactions.
Program Educational Objectives
Within five years of graduation, graduates should be able to:
1. practice proficiently the IT skills, organizational skills, and presentation skills in their profession;
2. establish themselves as employees or entrepreneurs in the field of information and communications technology; and
3. advocate quality, health, safety, and environmental protection in their day to day living.
Program Intended Learning Outcomes
At the time of graduation, students are able to:
A. Analyze complex problems, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution;
B. Promote quality, health, safety, and environmental protection;
C. Analyze the local and global impact of information technology on individuals, organizations, and society;
D. Communicate effectively with the computing community and with society at large about complex computing activities through logical writing, presentations, and clear instructions;
E. Exhibit understanding professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities in the utilization of information technology;
F. Function effectively as a member or leader of a development team recognizing the different roles within a team to accomplish a common goal;
G. Apply knowledge through the use of current techniques, skills, tools and practices necessary for the IT profession;
H. Recognize the need for and engage in planning self-learning and improving performance as a foundation for continuing professional development;
I. Apply knowledge of computing, science, and mathematics appropriate to the discipline; and
J. Design, implement, and evaluate computer-based systems, processes, components, or programs to meet desired needs and requirements under various constraints.