The College of Accountancy and Management (CAM) offers business and management programs which are meant to prepare the students to become competent and ethical professionals in the competitive and ever-changing world of business. Anchored on the Tytana Academe-Industry Partnership Framework, the academic programs of CAM are characterized by a strong basic business education with proficiency in critical thinking, oral and written communication, quantitative reasoning, leadership, and information technology.
Established in 2011, CAM offers five academic programs - three in business education and two in hospitality and tourism. The programs are: BS Accountancy, BS Business Administration, BS Entrepreneurship, BS Hospitality Management, and BS Tourism Management. The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy prepares the students to become highly-competent and responsible accounting professionals capable of making positive contributions in the business and accounting industries. In the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, students can choose to concentrate in any of the five major areas: Financial Management, Marketing Management, Operations Management, Human Resource Development Management, and Business Economics. The Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship trains students to have a keen eye on good business opportunities and prepares them in the planning and managing of their future businesses. The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management seeks to serve the growing number of excellent talents to serve in and fuel the further growth of international hospitality industry. Lastly, the Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management produces competent tourism professionals that who manifest excellence in the tourism industry as leaders, practitioners, and entrepreneurs.
Who we are looking for:
The College of Accountancy and Management contributes to the country`s human resources development and nation building, consistent with Tytana`s vision of "producing scholars and professionals for national and global endeavors". CAM therefore admits applicants whose qualifications match the requirements of its programs.
There are many strategies to determine qualified applicants for college admission to Manila Tytana Colleges. Tytana looks for senior high school graduates who performed well in their academics, in particular those with general average of at least 85. However, in addition to the senior high school grades, the Admissions Committee will also take into consideration performance/overall rating in the admissions exam (MTCAT), assessments of the interview and responses to the essay questions. Final decision on admission will depend on the overall fitness of the set criteria and applicant`s choice of degree program. The Admissions Office may provide details of requirements per program.
- Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Financial Management
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Major in Marketing Management
- Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
- Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
- Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management