COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Studying business administration at SPC is a great way to enhance your career
The College of Business Administration of SPC offers a higher educational program recognized by CHED, Level 2 RA by PACUCOA, and certified by FAAP.
As SPC-CBA’s reputation soars, it remains committed to empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills to impact the business world and beyond.
The College of Business Administration at St. Peter’s College aspires to be the top producer of highly competent business administration graduates as front runners to the global economy.
The College of Business Administration at St. Peter’s College commits itself to produce competent business administration graduates ingrained with the values of leadership, integrity, innovativeness, quality and social consciousness who are responsible to meet global competitiveness.
- To provide continuous acquisition of new knowledge and skills on the functions and operation of business organization.
- To offer curricular and co-curricular activities in order to meet the changing realities of the business world…
- To equip students with the necessary knowledge, skills and values for future employment.
- To continuously train the faculty through seminars, workshop, conferences and scholarships as means of developing their efficiently and effectiveness.
As per CMO No. 17 series of 2017
In this program, students are cultivated with strategic minds adept at capturing market opportunities.
- Management trainee in marketing management
- Marketing assistant
PR / Advertising assistant
- Customer service and support representative
- Junior sales trainer
Product support supervisor
- Brand Specialist
As per CMO No. 17 series of 2017
In this program, students are prepared to streamline processes and enhance organizational efficiency.
- Management trainee in operations / production
- Operation Management Assistant
- Technical Assistant
- Inventory Assistant
- Project Assistant
- Logistic Management Personnel
- Stock Personnel and specialist
As per CMO No. 17 series of 2017
In this program, students are equipped with the skills to navigate the complexities of finance and investment.
- Management trainee in corporate finance
- Management trainee in a bank or insurance company
- New account personnel
- Credit and collection
- Credit analysis
- Treasury assistant and specialist
- Trade and financial analyst
Michael Jere’ D. Abiol, DM
Sheila Mae P. Indoc, MM
Warren L. Acain, MBM
Diane Therese C. Bahala, MM-HRM
Malou R. Galla, MM
Juliet C. Bolocon, DM
Maristel D. Liaging, DM
Jotot LL. Pancrudo, MBM
Atty. Datu Esma Mikee P. Maruhom
Sherly Mae L. Sajulga, MBA
“As a business student, I acquired theoretical knowledge, actively cultivated and applied entrepreneurial skills. The business program enhanced my experience through arranged business seminars, business expo, educational tours and practicum. Furthermore, as a student specializing in business, I improved my research capabilities, enabling me to delve into intricate business concepts and make meaningful contributions to class projects. This holistic approach ensured that I am well-equipped to thrive in the dynamic realm of business, armed with a blend of practical skills and theoretical expertise.
– Jay Cob A. Aguilar, BSBA – FM Student
The Relationship and Influence Between 4p’s Subsidy and Financial Literacy Through Universal Basic Income Among the Beneficiaries of Selected Barangays in Iligan City
The College of Business Administration is published in an international peer-reviewed journal. The article titled “The Relationship and Influence Between 4p’s Subsidy and Financial Literacy Through Universal Basic Income Among the Beneficiaries of Selected Barangays in Iligan City” is authored by to Angelica T. Eleoran (BSBA-FM Alumna), Marchie C. Castillon (BSBA-FM Alumna), Razel Mae D. Manlosa (BSBA-FM Alumna), SPC-OSAS Dean Dianne Therese Marie C. Bahala, and SPC-CBA Dean Dr. Michael Jere’ D. Abiol. The two articles are published in International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research last October 23, 2023
Perceived Credit Risk of Micro Finance Loans among Micro-enterprises Business in Población Iligan City
The College of Business Administration is published in an international peer-reviewed journal. The article titled “Perceived Credit Risk of Micro Finance Loans among Micro-Enterprises Business in Población Iligan City” is authored by Windy M. Juventud (BSBA-FM Alumna), Elery Ann O. Matigas (BSBA-FM Alumna), Jenny Himongala (BSBA-FM Alumna), SPC-HR Officer Malou R. Galla, and SPC-CBA Dean Michael Jere’ D. Abiol.
Factors that Correlate Between Dividend Signaling and Dividend Acceleration Through Digital Investment Among Online Investors in Iligan City
Digital investments are becoming mainstream but must be secured to avoid sudden loss. This study measures the correlation between dividend signaling and acceleration through digital assets among online jobbers in Iligan City. It has become a full-fledged investment tool, creating a new, booming market with unknown potential.
Relationship Between Personnel Development and Organizational Learning: Mediating Effect of Career Management
Dr. Abiol published his research paper in a peer-reviewed journal article entitled “Relationship Between Personnel Development and Organizational Learning: Mediating Effect of Career Management” in the Research Probe, Volume 3, Issue 1 June 2023.
The Business Student Organization were privileged to participate in the annual community extension program organized by the Office of the Student Affairs and Services last February 24, 2023 at Sardab Elementary School. The BSO Officers were happy to provide school footwear and supplies to the delight of the elementary pupils of Sardab. The BSO Officers were hopeful that the pupils would attend their classes and perform their activities with the shoes, papers, pencil, crayons, and plastic envelopes they have provided to them. The BSO Officers are looking forward to their next community engagement.
Linkages and Partnership
The College of Business Administration (CBA) has entered into partnership with the Iligan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (the Chamber) through a signed Memorandum of Agreement. In this partnership, the Chamber will provide opportunities where the CBA faculty can share their expertise and the students can showcase the skills they acquired in pursuing a Business Administration degree in the College of Business Administration at St. Peter’s College.
Campus life for business administration students can be dynamic and diverse, offering a mix of academic, social, and professional opportunities.