Program Specification / Description


  1. Program Title : Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

  2. Name of Final Award : Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship

  3. Awarding Institution : De La Salle University

  4. College/School: Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business

  5. Program accredited by/assessed by

    Granted 5-years accreditation by the Philippine Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAASCU) from 2013-2018;

    Awarded Level IV Accredited Status by the Federation of Accrediting Agencies of the Philippines (FAAP) from 2013-2018

  6. Goals and Objectives of the Program:

    The 10-term, 198-unit (186 academic and 12 non-academic) program aims to develop Lasallian entrepreneurs who are motivated and knowledgeable in identifying opportunities, preparing business plans, and actually starting and managing a business with global perspective and a Filipino heart.
    The program includes essential components of value formation through the Lasallian general education, skill building, and experiential learning where students are required to set up and operate an actual company for at least one year before graduating.

  7. Expected Learning Outcomes (ELO)
    The expected learning outcomes (ELOs) of the B.S. Entrepreneurship program are consistent with those stipulated in the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Memorandum Order (CMO 17) Series of 2005 (CMO 17, Series 2005, minimum Curricular Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship), which sets the government-mandated minimum policies and standards for the B.S. Entrepreneurship curriculum. To accomplish the mandate to rationalize the undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the country, CHED is guided by the Technical Committee for Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Office Management. Members of the committee come from different established academic institutions and professional organizations, while inputs and feedback from the various stakeholders are acquired from public hearings and school visitations by members of the technical committee (Members of the CHED Technical Committee for Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Office Management).


    CCT- Critical and Creative Thinker
    EC – Effective Communicator
    RLL – Reflective Life-Long Learner
    SDC – Service Driven Citizen

  8. Program structure

    The BS Entrepreneurship Program follows a schedule of ten (10) regular trimesters and one summer term to complete the course. The student is expected to substantially complete the regular required courses in languages, social sciences, natural sciences, mathematics and the core business professional courses during the first two years of the program. Students will begin to seek business opportunities during the 4th and 5th trimester. After which, they begin to write their business plans on the 6th and 7th trimesters. The Practicum courses will be offered during the 8th, 9th, and 10th trimesters. Business Integration shall be taken during the final trimester.

  9. Program Checklist

    BS ENTREP Program Checklist 2015-16

  10. Curriculum

    Curriculum Map

  11. Admission criteria or requirements to the program

    Entry Requirements Students interested in shifting to BS Entrepreneurship must meet the following entry requirements for qualifying for the program:
    Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 2.000 as of date of application.
    Business Organizations or equivalent (MANAORG) grade of at least 2.0 [from other business related course]
    Interview After taking the MBTI Assessment, an Entrepreneurship student should undergo an interview with two faculty members and the Chair of the Business Management Department.