courses on entrepreneurship, financial engineering to be offered
College of Business and Economics will offer two new graduate
programs namely: Master of Science in Entrepreneurship (MS-Ent)
and Master of Science in Financial Engineering (MSFE), beginning
June this year.
The MS-Entrepreneurship program, a 42-unit course, aims to
develop competent and globally oriented entrepreneurs for
small and medium-sized Philippine enterprises.
It focuses primarily on the professional development needs
and skills of people who are involved in startup operations
of business ventures. The program can be completed in two
years and one term on a part-time basis.
The student of the program should be able to own or manage
a business and propose a five-year business plan prior to
On the other hand, the MS-Financial Engineering program, also
a 42-unit course, offers a fusion of mathematics, statistics
and computer technology to the study of finance. It is envisioned
to be a highly competitive masteral program that will equip
the students with a thorough and comprehensive set of tools
to meet the requirements of a vibrant financial economy.
It is designed for current or would-be risk managers, treasury
managers, investment bankers, arbitrage managers, international
traders, quantitative asset managers, financial researcher,
and financial forecasters.
Both courses are open to all bachelor’s degree holders who
can successfully pass admission requirements and interviews.
Other programs presently offered by the CBE Graduate Studies
are MS in Accountancy, Economics, Industrial Relations Management,