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New Era University

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
No. 9 Central Avenue, Quezon City
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CURRICULUM
MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
A.

B.

C.

BASIC COURSE………………………………………………….

12 UNITS

_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA

3
3
3
3

101
102
103
104

Management and Organizational Behavior
Managerial Accounting and Control
Research Methodology
Inferential Statistics

MAJOR FIELD OF CONCENTRATION……………………….

18 UNITS

_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA

3
3
3
3
3
3

121 Corporate Planning
122 Financial Management Process
123 Management and Industrial Relations
124 Marketing Management
125 Business Policy
126 Human Resource Development

COGNATES……………………………………………………….

6 UNITS

_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA

3
3
3
3
3

127
128
129
130
131

Materials & Process Management
Legal Aspects of the Management Process
Philosophy and Practice of Cooperatives
Entrepreneurship
Managerial Economics

D.

SEMINAR IN THESIS WRITING………………………………....

3 UNITS

E.

THESIS WRITING--------------------------------------------------------

6 UNITS
45 TOTAL UNITS

SUMMARY:
Basic Courses
Major Courses
Cognates
Seminar
Thesis Writing
TOTAL

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12 units
18 units
6 units
3 units
6 units
45 units

Note: Non-business graduate enrolling for the MBA are required to take a seminar in
Business Principles (non-credit) before they can enroll in any major subjects.
Coverage: Subjects
BA - 133 Management & Marketing
BA - 134 Economics & Finance
BA - 135 Accounting
Total =

Units
3
3
3
9

New Era University
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
No. 9 Central Avenue, Quezon City
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CURRICULUM for
MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

A.

BASIC COURSE………………………………………………….
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA

B.

Management and Organizational Behavior
Managerial Accounting and Control
Research Methodology
Advanced Business Statistics

MAJOR FIELD OF CONCENTRATION……………………….
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA

C.

101
102
103
104

121
122
123
124
125
126

Strategic Management
Financial Management Process
Management and Industrial Relations
Marketing Management
Business Policy
Human Resource Development

COGNATES……………………………………………………….
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA
_____ MBA

127
128
129
130
131

12 UNITS
3
3
3
3
18 UNITS
3
3
3
3
3
3
6 UNITS

Production and Operations
Legal Aspects of the Management Process
Philosophy and Practice of Cooperatives
Entrepreneurship
Managerial Economics

3
3
3
3
3

D.

SEMINAR IN THESIS WRITING………………………………...
(To be enrolled in after passing the Comprehensive Examination)

3 UNITS

E.

THESIS WRITING--------------------------------------------------------

6 UNITS

SUMMARY:
Basic Courses
Major Courses
Cognates
Seminar
Thesis Writing
TOTAL

-

12 units
18 units
6 units
3 units
6 units
45 units

Note: Non-business graduate enrolling for the MBA are required to take a seminar in
Business Principles (non-credit) before they can enroll in any major subjects.

New Era University
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
No. 9 Central Avenue, Quezon City
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Coverage: Subjects
Units
BA - 133 Management & Marketing
BA - 134 Economics & Finance
BA - 135 Accounting
Total =

3
3
3
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New Era University
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
COURSE NUMBER
COURSE TITLE

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MBA 101
MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Theories and models of individual and group behavior in organizations fundamentals of
organizational behavior; supervision and motivation of employees; problems of interpersonal
relationships.

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MBA 102
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING & CONTROL

COURSE DESCRIPTION
A core course in accounting that stresses the more analytical uses of accounting
information by managers and outside analysts rather than the procedural details that the
practicing accountant needs to know. The accounting module is oriented toward the nonaccountant user of accounting information to generate participant interest as in a management
development program. The course is divided into two parts; the first deals with financial
accounting and the second part deals with management accounting.

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COURSE TITLE

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MBA 103
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course deals with the various methods of investigation employed in research.
Particular attention is given to the methodology of business research specially marketing
research, the experimental, the mechanics of case study methods and other forms of

New Era University
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
No. 9 Central Avenue, Quezon City
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------qualitative and quantitative researches.. The mechanics of thesis writing, the selection and
formulation of thesis topic and the thesis proposal are part of the course.

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MBA 104
BASIC INFERENTIAL STATISTICS

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course covers a comprehensive presentation of the basic statistical concepts and
principles used in the collection, tabulation, presentation, analysis and interpretation of data.
It will include discussion on the application of descriptive and inferential statistics.

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MBA 122
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROCESS

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The course covers the introduction to the scope and nature of Philippine corporate
finance, the analytical foundations, and the working capital (or short-term) management of the
firm. It deals primarily with financial planning covering the areas of financial performance
evaluation, financial analysis, financial forecasting and budgeting. The students are provided
with the tools and techniques in cash management, accounts receivable management,
inventory management and management of short-term fund sources.

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MBA 123
MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

COURSE DESCRIPTION
An overview of Industrial Relations as an academic discipline, a review of the various
theories on Industrial Relations, human resources management, economics, labor laws as the
four disciplines which are interdependent and connected in the study of Management
Industrial Relations.
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
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MBA 124
MARKETING MANAGEMENT

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course deals with the process of planning and execution of the concept of pricing,
promotion, and distribution of ideas and/or goods and services that will create exchanges to
meet individual and organizational objectives. This focuses on the theories and practices of
marketing for the students to know the basic task, various orientation, and critical functions to
successful marketplace.

New Era University
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
No. 9 Central Avenue, Quezon City
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MBA 125
COURSE TITLE
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BUSINESS POLICY

I.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

A course deals with the roles, tasks and skills of the general manager leading the
overall enterprise or business unit. Emphasis is given on the administrative process of
coming up with an organization’s strategy.
COURSE NUMBER
COURSE TITLE

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MBA 127
MATERIALS & PROCESS MANAGEMENT

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Mathematical and statistical decisions for the design, operation and control of
production systems, forecasting, inventory, capacity, aggregate planning, scheduling,
maintenance, and cost control models.
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE

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MBA 126
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The first part of the course is the orientation of the University’s Vision, Mission,, Goals
and Objectives. A part of the discussion includes the guiding philosophy of School of
Graduate Studies of NEU.
The second part, introduce also the students with the knowledge of human resource
development concepts and principles that been proven sound in light of current practice in
organizations. It discusses the pivotal role of human resource development geared towards
organizational effectiveness, efficiency, productivity and profitability
The last part explains the human resources development areas as primary
process of integrated approach for better organizational performance.

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COURSE TITLE

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MBA 128
LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE MANAGEMENT
PROCESS

COURSE DESCRIPTION
The course is an overview of the legal environment in which business takes place. It
discusses the legal aspect of the management process. It covers wide ongoing topics that
affect the daily management decisions and business strategies. It also gives students a

theories. practice. improve key managerial skills and dramatically increase effectiveness to design more innovative marketing tools and strategies. problems and skills associated with a high quality of entrepreneurial spirit. . COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE : : MBA 130 ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE DESCRIPTION The course is designed to introduce the MBA students to the key concepts. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------deeper understanding of business ethics that regulate the relations and competitions between and among business enterprises. and their role in attaining a balance and sustainable growth of the national economy. 9 Central Avenue. their functions and socio-economic goals. COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE : : MBA 129 COOPERATIVE PHILOSOPHY COURSE DESCRIPTION This study involves the identification of the different forms of cooperative enterprises. This will help future entrepreneurs to function more effectively in the organizational environment.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. The end product of this course is to create jobs for the unemployed through the implementation of the proposed business plan.

through the analysis of cases in organizational behavior. II. Managerial Functions and Roles 3. It also aims to enable students to relate their knowledge and insights gained in the theoretical part with empirical situations. Vision / Mission and Objectives of NEU 2. COURSE OBJECTIVES: The course aims to acquaint the students with the concepts. Understanding and Managing Human Behavior A. TQM 2nd week B. Finally the course would encourage students to explore alternative organizational forms. Individual Variables 2. Introduction to OB 1. Organizational Culture and Social Value 2. III.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. major writings and research in organizational behavior. Social Culture. problems of interpersonal relationships. Characteristics of Effective Socialization 3rd week IV. : : MBA 101 MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR COURSE DESCRIPTION Theories and models of individual and group behavior in organizations fundamentals of organizational behavior. Organizational Culture and Impact of Socio-Cultural Dimensions on Business 1. supervision and motivation of employees. Organizational Variables 4th week . Contributing Disciplines to the OB Field 4. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE I. approaches. Role and Status 4. The field of Organizational Behavior TIME FRAME 1st week A. Individual Differences and Work Behavior 1. 9 Central Avenue. Socialization and Culture 3. COURSE CONTENT: TOPICS 1. including their assumptions about human personality and behavior. The Origins of Management 2.

Personal. Leadership 1. Effect of Job Satisfaction on Employee Performance 9. Power and Politics MID-TERM EXAMINATIONS VI. Characteristics of Groups 8th week B. Motivational Models C. Performance Evaluation Methods 2. Nature of Empowerment 3. Measuring Job Satisfaction 8. Reasons and Stages of Group Formation and Development 3. Motivation 5th week 1.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Evaluating and Rewarding Individual Behavior 1. Situational Theories 11th week . Concept and Sources of Power 2. Ethics. 9th week 10th week Organizational Processes A. Organizational Power. 9 Central Avenue. Group Behavior 1. Politics & Negotiations 1. Rewards 6th week D. Why Intergroup Conflict Occurs 2. Importance of Values 2. Values. Management of conflict C. Types of Attitudes 7. Political Strategies and Tactics 4. Intergroup Behavior and Conflict 1. Process Theories 3. Ethical Behavior 5. Sources of Value System 3. Attitudes and Job Satisfaction 7th week 1. The consequences of Dysfunctional Intergroup Conflict 3. Types of Values 4. Reinforcement Theories 3. Content Approaches 2.Behavior Theories 2. Sources of Attitudes 6. Types of Groups 2. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------B. How Employees can Express Job Dissatisfaction V. Group Behavior and Interpersonal Influence A.

two examinations term paper / case write . Diagnosis of a Problem 3. Departmentalization 4. Vroom-Jago Model 4.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Communicating with Organizations 3. Communication 12th week 1. Transactional and Transformational Leadership 7. Organizational Structure and Design 1. Stress Moderators 3. Multicultural Leadership B. Stress Prevention and Management Case Analysis Defense 16th-17th week FINAL EXAMINATIONS 18th week VIII. Stress consequences 2. Attribution Theory 5. 13th week Issues in Organizational Design and Development A. Decision-making Process 2. 2. Charismatic Leadership 6. Selection of Appropriate Methods 15th week C. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Communication Process 2. Barriers to Effective Communication 5. Span of Control 5. 4. Group Decision-making VII. Improving Communication in Organization C. 9 Central Avenue. Forces for Change 2.up case analysis attendance and active participation in class discussion . Organizational Design Model 14th week B. Decision-Making 1. Organizational Change and Development 1. 3. Behavioral Influences in Decision-making 3. Delegation of Authority 3. Organizational Stress 1. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3. Division of Labor 2. Interpersonal and Multicultural Communication 4.

). Angelo . 1993 Pilar. Inc.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.) . 1997 Martires. GE: QC. New York: Mc Graw-Hill Companies. Management of Human behavior in Organization. 8. and Davies. USA: Irwin. UP Diliman. 2007 Robbins. Organizational Behavior (3rd ed. Richard M. Galileo S. and Matteson. Behavior in Organizations. Nestor N. 6. Pearson Education South Asia PTE Ltd.). 3. Michael T. Organizational Behavior and Management (4th ed. 9E: QC. Jennifer and Jones. David. Organizational Behavior. Readings in Human Behavior in Organizations. 2007 Huczynski. 1996 Kreitner. Jerald and Baron Robert. and Rodriguez. REFERENCES: 1. USA: Irwin. Pearson Education South Asia PTE Ltd. 7.). Keith. and Fule. 1995 Newstorm. Greenberg. 1998 Ivancevich. 5. Introduction to Organizational Behavior (4th ed. .. Organizational Behavior: Human Behavior at work (10th ed. 1991 Steers.. New York: Harper Collins. Gareth 5E. Singapore: Prentice Hall. John M. 2007 George. Andrzej and Buchanan. 10. . Organizational Behavior (8th ed.: National Bookstore . Manila.. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IX. Stephen P.) . 9. Quezon City: Management Education Council. 1991 2. Bob and Kinicki.. Concepcion R. Understanding and Managing Organizational Behavior 5E: QC. 4. 9 Central Avenue. John W. Rafael A. Pearson Education.

2. To contribute to the students’ communication skills as well as to they understand of accounting. going-concern. the procedural orientation of the subject including the technical. by solving case problems that simulate actual situations. Required number of hours .7. The equities side shows the liabilities. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------COURSE CONE : MBA 102 COURSE TITLE : MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING & CONTROL I. which are obligations of the entity. entry. the first deals with financial accounting and the second part deal with management accounting. 9 Central Avenue. General Objectives . and useroriented aspects thereof. c. analytical. III. cost.To provide the students who have no background of accounting. conceptual. and dual aspect. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. and. To compensate the students’ lack of experience from which skills are acquired and developed.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. II. The assets side show the economic resources controlled by the entity that are expected to provide future benefits to it and that were acquired at objectively measurable amounts. and the owners’ equity. Basic Accounting Concepts: The Income Statement . The balance sheet shows the financial condition of an entity as of a specified moment in time. The course is divided into two parts. The accounting module is oriented toward the nonaccountant user of accounting information to generate participant interest as in a management development program. Basic Accounting Concepts: the Balance Sheet The Topic describes five of the eleven-concepts/the postulate from which principles of accounting are derived such as: money measurement. COURSE OUTLINE Part I . Specific objectives a.5 2. To serve as an introductory course especially to students who have no prior training in accounting. b. It consists of two sides. To train students in analyzing a problems in weighing various factors involved in it and in making some calculations. d. COURSE DESCRIPTION A core course in accounting that stresses the more analytical uses of accounting information by managers and outside analysts rather than the procedural details that the practicing accountant needs to know.FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1. which is the amount invested by the owners.

The Nature of Management Accounting Management accounting is the process within an organization that provides information used by an organization’s manager in planning. includes more non monetary information. As contrasted with financial accounting. and does not expose the company to lawsuits by users of the reports. This maintains both the equation: Assets = Liabilities + Owner’s Equities. The rules are such that assets and expense accounts increase on the debit side whereas liabilities. The Behavior of Costs (Variable Costing) Understanding cost-volume relationships . realization. The account is a device for collecting information about each item that is to be accounted for. consistency.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. accounting period. together with the amount of dividends. and controlling the organization’s activities.5 3. owners’ equity. The accountant makes use of a device called worksheet that facility that facilitates recording or analysis and the preparation of financial statements. The income statement summarizes the revenues and expenses of an entity for an accounting period. the financial statement that reports income and its determinants.hands. conservatism. 9 Central Avenue. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The topic introduces the idea of income as used in financial accounting and describes the income statement. and revenue accounts increase on the credit side.7. and the equation: Debits = Credits.hand of credit side. Accounting Records and Systems The accounting procedures that are described provide the mechanical means for making it easier to record and summarize transactions. management accounting is optional rather than required.is necessary for understanding the various uses of management accounting . Record keeping fundamentals of bookkeeping has to learn by doing in preparation for solving accounting problems. The remaining six of the eleven basic concepts are discussed which are.how costs behave as the level of activity changes . It has two sides: the left . MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING 1. Required number of hours – 3 2. implementing.12 PART II. is not governed by GAAP. or debits side. matching. explains the change in retained earnings between the two balance sheets prepared as of the beginning and the end of the accounting period. The balance sheet and income statement has a definite relationship between them. has less emphasis on precision. has more emphasis on the future. involves more frequent reports which are use on a more timely basis. Required number of hours . and materiality. Required number of hours . The amount of net income reported on the income statement. and the right .

Mc Graw Hill. the best solution is the one with the lowest differential costs in so far as cost information bears on the solution. Required number of hours . et al: Managerial Accounting. Inc. unit variable cost is a constant. A special case shown on the profit graph is the break-even volume. In such problems. Semi-variable costs can be decomposed into a variable cost and a fixed cost component. 9 Central Avenue. MacGraw-Hill. Managerial Accounting: An Overview. 2007 Atkinson. Total variable costs change in direct proportion with volume. Short . Ray. Differential costs and revenues are those that are different under one set of conditions than they would be under another set. Inc. differential revenues as well as differential cost must be estimated. Differential costs always relate to a specified set of future conditions. the manager seeks to choose the best one of several alternative courses of action. 2001. 6. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------information. SE: Q. When an alternative choice problem involves changes in costs but not in revenue or investment. 2006 Atkinson. 1994.. et al.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. but unit fixed cost decreases as volume increases.12 IV. Differential costs and revenues rarely provide the answer to any business problem.C.. Total fixed costs do not vary with volume. When the problem involves both cost and revenue considerations. 2007 Brewer. 3. Management Accounting.Run Alternative Choice Decisions The third use of management accounting information is making alternative choice decisions.Volume diagram. Pearson. Prentice-Hall. 2. Bamber. whereas. 4. Anthony. . When a revenue line is superimposed on a Cost . Managerial Accounting for Business Decisions 2E: Qc. Amy. 2007 Proctor. Managerial Accounting 5E: Qc. 2E: New Your. Variable costs are an important category of differential costs in situations where changes in volume are involved. but they facilitate comparisons and narrow the area within which judgment must be applied in order to reach a sound decision. REFERENCES: 1. the diagram becomes a profit graph.12 3. The best alternative is the one having the largest differential profit. et al. et al. The concepts of fixed and variable costs as well as step-function costs are thus presented. Lau. Management Accounting. The profit graph shows the relationship between revenue and costs (and hence the profit or loss) at any volume within the relevant range. which can be calculated by dividing fixed costs by the unit contribution (unit price minus unit variable costs). Pearson Education. 5. Required number of hours . Pearson Education.

Overview of Research . II.Stages in Research Process . 3.System approach of Writing A Research VI.Sources of Research Problems . The course emphasizes in applied approach based on practical applications that give students a basic understanding of the scope of business.Steps in Conducting Research . To provide a fundamental treatment of business research that stresses the importance of research methods in business and non-profit organizations.Understanding the Concept of Research and Business Research . INTRODUCTION IV.Common Type of Business Research . Case Study and Basic Developmental Research or Research Proposals. Enable students to use this knowledge to design their own research investigation on a topic personal interest. namely: Project Feasibility Study.The New Research Paradigm . FORMULATING RESEARCH PROBLEM . THE RESEARCH . Industry Study. 4. from idea formation through data analysis and interpretation. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE I.Concept of Research Process .Objective of Research Process . III. Corporate Strategy Study.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.Illustration of Research Guide: Project Feasibility Study V.Concept of Research Problem . THE RESEARCH PROCESS . : : MBA 103 Research Methodology COURSE DESCRIPTION A course that deals with the basic tools of business research through comprehensive discussion of various research methodologies and techniques. 9 Central Avenue. To provide students with the basic information needed to understand the research process. 2.Importance of Research and Business Research . COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. To develop a Model Business Research.

What is Literature Review .Common difficulties in the Conduct of Research XII.Tools in Formulating Theoretical Framework .The Rights of Researcher . Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.Considerations in Selecting a Research Problem .New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.Types of Research Design .Understanding Between Hypothesis and Assumption . METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION .Data Collection Techniques * Personal Interview. 9 Central Avenue.Theoretical Framework .Primary and Secondary Data . Questionnaire.The Rights of Sponsoring Clients . ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION OF DATA .Concept and Steps in Sampling and Sample Design X. ETHICAL ISSUES IN CONDUCTING RESEARCH . Interviewing. Assumption.Significance of Research Study . Mailed Questionnaire.Concept of Research Design . Interpretation . Local and Foreign Studies VIII.Primary Tools of Collecting Data * Observation.Hypothesis.New Age of Secondary Information & Conducting Research * The Internet.Function of Research Design .How To Review Related Literature. E-mail/Internet . FORMULATING THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK . METHODS OF STUDY. The Websites.Guidelines in Data Gathering: * Treatment.Understanding the Importance of Ethics in Research Undertaking .What Do I Write? How Do I Begin? What End Result? .Operational Framework .Purpose of Literature Review .Conceptual Framework . Telephone Interview. Survey . The Search Engines XI.The Rights of the Respondents .Scope and Limitations of Research Study VII. Analysis.Concept and Components of: . REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE .Formulation of Research Objectives . DESIGN AND SOURCES OF DATA . Presentation. and Operational Definition IX.Strategy in Identifying Problem Areas .

Trends affecting Subject Matter. End Notes. Encoding. How is to be alone. and Insights . [In the work cited]. Descriptive Statistics . Pie Chart. and Graphic Aids: Tables.Aspects of Research Proposals  Overview. [the place cited]  Bibliographies.Descriptive Statistics: Frequency Distribution. Measures of Variability .Table of Contents of a Thesis .Thesis Oral Defense:  Schedule and Venue  Defense Panel  Other formalities . theories.Data Analysis  Qualitative analysis.Steps in Data Processing: Raw Data.Significance of Summary.Understanding the Concept of a Thesis . GUIDELINES IN THESIS WRITING AND ORAL DEFENSE .New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.What is to be done. Analysis . Line Chart. Recommendations. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.Role of Consultants .Effective Advisorship . Appendices.Presentation of Data: * Textual. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION .Understanding Guidelines in Writing Summary of Findings. 9 Central Avenue.Responsibilities of Thesis Advisee .Documenting Your Sources  Footnotes: Ibidem [In the same plce] Op Ct. Main Problems.Guidelines in Thesis Writings .Define . Graphical: Bar Chart.Understanding Data Entry Processing . Loc cit. Referencing .Component Parts of a Thesis . What it will cost.Role of the Adviser .Thesis Proposal . Charts XIII. . Historical Perspectives. Measures of Central tendency. Statistical Techniques. RESEARCH PROPOSAL . Tabular.Revision and Final Approval . Editing. Graphs. SUMMARY. When it will be done. Philosophical or Ideological Issues. Who will do it. Conclusions and Recommendations to the Research Study XIV. and Conclusions\ .Importance of Research Proposal XV.

B. . presentation. analyzing and interpreting both quantitative and qualitative data. GENERAL : This course aims to provide the graduate students with the basic statistical skills in accordance with the objectives of the University and the School of Graduate Studies in order to prepare them for successful careers in their chosen fields of endeavors.. resourcefulness . Manifest values for proper mind and character development particularly honesty and truthfulness. Evolve as discussants and presenters with self trust and discriminating judgment . II. Demonstrate practical statistical knows how and skills in dealing with everyday problems related to business and for their pursuits of research. E. self-confidence and the like.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. tabulation. initiative . 9 Central Avenue. At the end of the course they are also expected to: A. self-discipline . Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE I. D. analysis and interpretation of data. THE STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO: show skills in the methods of collecting. Demonstrate mental and emotional clarity as well as physical prowess essential to survival and to compete globally. COURSE OBJECTIVES A. SPECIFICALLY. : : MBA 104 BASIC INFERENTIAL STATISTICS COURSE DESCRIPTION This course covers a comprehensive presentation of the basic statistical concepts and principles used in the collection. creativity. It will include discussion on the application of descriptive and inferential statistics. G. tabulating . Recall their computational skills and techniques in operating various formulas in solving statistical problems. B. C. SPECIFIC: F. or presenting . Recall their basic skills in solving problems related to business statistics.

3 discriminating power 2. patience.1.2.4 comprehensiveness Analysis and Interpretation of Tests Results 3.5 goodness of fit test 3. Reading Statistics and Research (5th Edition).1.1.2 3. VI.1.6 analysis of variance 3.2. Essentials of Inferential Statistics. III.3 multiple choice test 2. Explain the usefulness of statistics and apply its tool to enhance their personal.3 normal distribution 3.4 matching type test Administration and Scoring of Test 2. 9 Central Avenue.2. family.1. COURSE OUTLINES 1. 5 edition (February 26.. 2. COURSE REQUIREMENTS Report Three (3) long examination VI. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------H. social. and love in doing their works. cultural.1. Importance of measurement and evaluation Principles of educational evaluation 2. enthusiasm. Schuyler W.1. Malcolm O. Construction of Teacher-made Test 2. J.2 true-false test 2.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.1 validity 2.7 correlation of coefficient TIME FRAME 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week 1 week SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES V.. 2. REFERENCES MATERIALS 1. and spiritual aspects.2 reliability 2.1. 2007) .2 measures of variability 3. I.1. University Press of America.1 essay test 2.4 testing of hypothesis 3. Asadorian.1 Analysis of test Result 3.1 2. Publisher: Allyn & Bacon.1 measure of central tendency/position 3. Display positive attitudes such as interest. Published 2004 Huck.1. Demonstrate skill in solving statistics problems.2.1.

Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3. Manila Philippines National Books Store. To prepare students on the major tasks and responsibilities of executives in the top management level. 9 Central Avenue. To provide means in generating and evaluating possible solutions to problems identified. SPECIFIC: 1. Publisher: Allyn & Bacon.S. David Mckay Company 1988. Educational Test and Measurement. Statistical Analysis in Psychology and Evaluation. McGraw Hills. To provide inputs that will be used in determining/identifying aspects in the organization that would require changes or modifications.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. III. Richard C. Henry. 1985. B.A. New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE I. U. Aquino. Statistics in Psychology and Education in Psychology New York. Sprinthall. Focus is made on the strategies on how to go about the major changes to be made to an organization.. II. 3. 3. 8 edition (August 2. George and Yashio Taken. COURSE OBJECTIVES In accordance with the SGS’s objectives to prepare students for successful careers in business and other related fields. Introduction/Orientation on NEU and TIME FRAME . at the end of the semester.S. Garret. 1987 2. GENERAL Develop their knowledge and skills in the preparation of a corporate plan in relation to top management decisions that would ensure organizational performance. Basic Statistical Analysis (8th Edition). Ferguzon.A. Gaudencio V. : : MBA 121 CORPORATE PLANNING COURSE DESCRIPTION This course deals with the systematic process for deciding the top decisions that an organization must come up with and implement to ensure long-term success. 2006) 1. U. 2. COURSE OUTLINE A. the students are expected to: A.

1992 Argenti. Dynamic Planning. 5. Forecasting and Analysis 2. J. 4. Ltd.1 Formation of a Planning Team Setting of Objectives and Targets 1. Strategic Management: Q. & Sifonis. Inc. Presentation of Corporate Plans Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Synthesis and General Comments in the Corporate Plans Presented 5 week 6th week 7th week 8th week 9th week 10th week 11th week 12th week 14th week 15th week 16th week 17th week 18th week 19th week IV. 1995 Goldberg. 4. Lynch. HE: Q. 2. Action Planning 7. David A. Practical Corporate Planning. Developing Business Strategies. Prentice – Hall. . 6. Vision. 1989 Collier. Oxford University Press. 1992 V. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SGS Mission. Pearson Education. Corporate Strategy. B. John Wiley and Sons.. 20055 Carpenter.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.. Generating and Evaluating Alternative Strategies 5. William Gerard. Pearson Education. B.C. Mid-term Examination 3. and Sanders. John. Goals and Objectives 1st week The Nature of Corporate Planning The Importance of Corporate Planning Who should do Corporate Planning? The Stages in the Corporate Planning Process 4. John. REFERENCES: 1. 2. D. Opportunities and Threats Analysis 5. Monitoring 2nd week 3rd week 4th week MID-TERM EXAMINATION 13th week 1. Mason A. 3. 2007 Aaker. Unwin Hyman. Inc. Selection of Strategies 6. Corporate Environment.. Strengths and Weaknesses Analysis 3. 9 Central Avenue. C.C. Richard.

Written and Oral Presentations on Corporate Plans . Reports on Special Topics 6. Substantive Participation in class Discussions 5. Final Examinations (or its equivalent) 3. Regular Attendance 4.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2. 9 Central Avenue.

III. 2. inventory management and management of short-term fund sources. COURSE OUTLINE TIME FRAME TOPICS 1. accounts receivable management. COURSE OBJECTIVES A. 2. to help establish a link between finance theory and the practice of finance including some implications of peculiar Philippine business conditions on the financial policies and decisions in business enterprises. and to develop and enhance the communications skills of the students. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: 1. and Budgeting The Management of cash and Marketable Securities Receivable Management 3 weeks 2 weeks 1 week 3 weeks 5. Planning.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. financial forecasting and budgeting. 3. MID-TERM EXAMINATION Inventory Management Working Capital Policy and Sources of Short-Terms Funds 1 Week 1 weeks 3 weeks . financial analysis. : : MBA 122 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROCESS COURSE DESCRITIVE The course covers the introduction to the scope and nature of Philippine corporate finance. 4. 3. GENERAL OBJECTIVES: To provide the student with an understanding of the current theorist in finance and their relevance to the unique business conditions in the Philippine environment. 6. To enable the students to obtain a comprehensive understanding of financial management. 9 Central Avenue. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE I. Financial Statement Analysis Financial Forecasting. B. the analytical foundations. II. and the working capital ( or short-term) management of the firm. 4. to equip the students with the ability to apply the latest analytical techniques to a variety of problems in financial management. The students are provided with the tools and techniques in cash management. It deals primarily with financial planning covering the areas of financial performance evaluation.

4. b) cash disbursements. common-size (vertical) analysis.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. The most common methods of financial statement analysis are ratio analysis. investment decisions. efficient cash management system for receipts and disbursements must be designed to collect cash at the shortest time and to control cash outlaws. and capital expenditures. Required number of hours – 9 The Management of Cash and Marketable Securities Cash management seeks to minimize the opportunity costs to maintaining liquidity. and c) the target cash balance. Bank and other lending institutions use financial statement information to evaluate credits worthiness. and trend (time series. 9 Central Avenue. The components of the cash budget include: a) cash receipts. performance and continued viability of an enterprise. horizontal) analysis. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CASE ANALYSIS ORAL PRESENTATION BY GROUP 4 weeks FINAL EXAMINATION 1 Week IV. Key financial parameters include the estimates of future earnings and cash flows and the resulting financing gap after paying dividends. cash budgeting. and financing decisions. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Efficient management of cash allows the firm to determine idle cash balances or cash deficits. 2. Case Analysis Group Oral and Written Presentations Substantive Class Participation Mid-term and Final Examination Financial Statement Analysis Financial statements contain a wealth of information that can be used to assess the financial health. Idle or . Financial forecasting and planning tools that are discussed are the financial statement method. The financial statement method uses historical ratios of assets and liabilities to revenues in forecasting the balance sheet and in estimating external funds needed. Planning and Budgeting Financial planning is concerned with the analysis of financial data for operating decisions. Brokers and stocks markets analytic do likewise in justifying buy and sell recommendations. To achieve this. loans. 3. and pro forma balance sheet. The simple technique of establishing relationship between and among two (or more) items presented in financial reports has proven to be amore powerful and informative analytical device. Required numbers of hours – 9 Financial Forecasting.

c) additional collection costs. trade financing and receivable financing. cash discounts terms and collateral requirements. and d) receivable factoring. Small and medium firms their working requirements through supplier’s credit. c) trade financing. the three financing strategies or approaches are a) the conservative approach. b) additional promotional costs of the proposed policy. and finished goods. and receivable financing. the additional profits must be compared with the additional costs from a more liberal credit policy which may include the following: a) incremental bad debt losses. holding or carrying costs. a sound inventory management must be in place. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------surplus cash should be invested to earn income and deficits should be financed. billing and collection systems. and c) income. ordering or transaction costs. When credit policy is used to generate sales. and stockout costs. Required number of hours – 9 Inventory Management With the substantial amount of resources invested in inventories by manufacturing companies. The criteria for managing marketable securities are: a) liquidity. Required numbers of hours – 9 Working Capital Policy and Sources of short-term Funds Working capital policy is concerned with the manner in which the firm’s current assets or working capital should be financed. work-in-process. systems have been developed that have dramatically reduced inventories in many companies. however. As a result of technological development. and the three basic inventory costs. To determine the optimical order size. and e) interest income waived on receivable. d) carrying cost of additional investment in receivable.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. b) investment risk. Working capital consists of a permanent component as well as seasonal or temporary requirements. Some sources of short-term funds are a) bank loans. These include the just-in-time system (JIT) and materials requirement planning (MRP). The topic includes the different types of inventories: raw materials. this should be compared with the opportunity savings from the reduction in receivable due to accelerated collections. if any. Likewise. Required number of hours – 9 Receivable Management The management of receivable is concerned with the magnitude of funds tied up in trade and notes receivable. In financing working capital. the economic order quantity (EOQ) model may be used. Credit policies deal with the determination of credit terms. Commercial papers are relatively cheaper than bank loans. is adjusted to account for lead-time and uncertainly in demand. b) the maturity matching approach and c) the aggressive approach. 9 Central Avenue. credit policies. Required number of hours – 9 . The order point. if cash discounts are offered to customers. b) commercial paper issues.

GIC Enterprises. et al: Financial Accounting: New York. Frank J. Prentice-Hall. Gitman. Inc. Institutions. Understanding financial Statements. REFERENCES: 1. 7.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. 4E: Q. 2003. Financial and Management Accounting: An Introduction. Jose F. Reid W. Joshua D. Inc. Aileen. Addison Wesley Longman. Finance: Investments.. Pearson Education. Inc. 6.C.. 4. Lyn m. Conrado T. and Management. 8. Eakins. John D. Financial and Managerial Accounting. Pearson. et al. Principles of Managerial Finance. 3. Fabozzi. Financial Accounting: Manila. Inc. & Radebaugh. 2007 Williams. & Ormiston. Martin. 2. and Peralta. Pauline. 2008 Valix. 2001. 2005 .. Arthur J. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------V. Pearson Education Asia. Financial Management: Principles and Applications. 2001.. 2004 Click. Stanley G. 10. Pearson Education. Pearson Education. Inc. International Business: Environments and Operations.. Lee H. IE: Q.. McGraw Hill. Daniels.. Person Education. Inc. 5. et al. Weetman. John D. Lawrence J. & Coval. Keown. . 2006 Harrison. Prentice-Hall... 2000. Fraser. International Financial Management. 11. 2002.. Foundations of Financial Markets and Institutions. 9 Central Avenue. 9. 2002.C.

economics. To select and formulate recommendations or alternative policies.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE I. 5. To provide students with the SAP measures adopted by the three actors to sustain their operations over time and select the best options that will preserve the interest of each actor and the national economy in general. with respect to sound decisions. human resources management. as well as the government policies for purposes of legislation that will guarantee sustainability and stability of the national economy. To identify and interpret theories on IR that have bearing to management decisions. stance of labor unions and the government’ s positions as well as identify as to which among these theories applies to Philippine context. 2. a review of the various theories on Industrial Relations. labor laws as the four disciplines which are interdependent and connected in the study of Management Industrial Relations. 3. . To provide students with insights that enable students determine options and alternatives for labor and management. 4. II. 9 Central Avenue. To connect and analyze the implications/ impact of trends and issues of the international economy to the local economy or Philippine context and the dynamic global changes in the industrial policies. management theories suited for decision making with respect to the requirements of the times. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. : : MBA 123 MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COURSE DESCRIPTION An overview of Industrial Relations as an academic discipline.

The students will be required to take midterms and finals. and lecture. Discussion will follow after all reporters for a particular date are through with their turn and time. Topic will be divided to the students for their respective report and they will be required to develop a research paper as they forecast implications and weigh its repercussions. 2. each student will be required to submit an individual descriptive research. Related Theories on Human Resources Management. III. and management that will guarantee their sustainability and stability amidst a dynamic industrial policies. Ramos Administration and the Aquino Dispensation. METHODOLOGY: A combination of students’ active participation. Monetary Policies and the Macro-Economic Policies of the Marcos Regine. Theories on Inflation and Unemployed. which will provide analysis in terms of confirmation or rejection of the theories related. 3. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------as well as the strategic –choice of the state. the reasons of unionism labor side.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. case analyses. Vision / Mission and Objectives of New Era University Theories on IR: Selected theories on Management. COURSE OUTLINE 1. reporting. labor. In addition. economic agenda and programs: rights of labor organization of labor unions. Immediately after their talk. ULP committed by unions: Landmark Cases of ULP and its bearing on labor-management relations. Fiscal Policies. ULP committed by Employers. Labor Unions: objectives. 4. 9 Central Avenue. reporters will provide copies of the scope / coverage of their report. Per Capita Income. the decrepancies of theory and practice and the forecast of any possible implications at the micro level and then providing recommendations therefore. 5. the reasons of unionism management side Unfair Labor Practices: Concept. The Macro-Economic Policies of the Estrada Administration: the Philippine Agenda 21: An assessment of these economic TIME FRAME 1st week 2nd weeks 3rd weeks 4th weeks . The National Income Measures: GNP.

Unions and the Government: Background and Cause in the Emergence of Structural Adjustment Programs at the international level and macro level.. 2. Can we be spared from adopting measures of Structural Adjustment. class discussion. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------policies for growth and development. Mandatory Benefits 10th weeks 10. England. Procedures. Women and Industrial Relations – Labor and Gender the Subordination of Women to Men. Methods of Job Evaluation to Selected Industries. 4. 15th&16th week 13. Legislation’s to protect women’s right to equal employment opportunities. 17th weeks 14. Active Participation. Successful stories of women who have contributed to the national economy. 11-12th weeks 11. Case Analyses Lecture. 13-14th weeks 12. Structural Adjustment and Industrial Relations: Measures adopted by the three actors: Management. Mid-term 7th weeks 7. Final Examination 18th weeks INTEGRATION IV. 8th weeks 8. Compensation and Wage Administration – The Goals of Compensation: Factors being considered in Wage Administration.S. International Industrial Relations Practices – Japan. 9 Central Avenue. Individual Report Midterm & Finals Term Paper 20% 20% 30% 30% . Theories on Wages and Motivation. Some Landmark cases and Jurisprudence. Collective Bargaining – Concept. Symposia / for a 9th weeks 9. Some Mandatory provisions for benefits and related perquisites. 3. Strategic Practices in Human Resources Development in response to Structural Adjustment. U. Some studies of selected firms in Metro Manila. Administration. Organization. COURSE REQUIREMENT 1. Germany. Job Evaluation and the trends and issues in Compensation.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Negotiation. 5-6th weeks 6.A.

B. AZUNCENA Philippine Journal of Labor & Industrial Relations vol. #1 & 2. 3. Specific: Discuss the requirements in a rapidly changing global economy explain the core concepts of marketing describe the differing concepts of marketing exhibit skills in analyzing marketing environment demonstrate abilities in developing marketing strategies develop strategies for the global marketplace design a marketing plan design effective advertising programs.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Structural Adjustments & Emerging Labor Development Patterns – Ofreneo.P. Gibson. and critical functions to successful marketplace. 8. Exhibit skills and knowledge in the elimination of conflicts. Articulate concepts and tools for analyzing markets and factual marketing in handling the elements of the marketing mix. 1998 FFW National Policy Workshop – conference on Structural Adjustments 2-5 September 1993. coordination of policies. June 1998 Philippine Journal of Labor & Industrial Relations vol. # 1 January. 9 Central Avenue. Janis et al. Douglas. Employment Discrimination Law: Problems. Cases and critical Perspectives Pearson Education. This focuses on the theories and practices of marketing for the students to know the basic task. 22. 5. Mcdonal. COURSE OBJECTIVES A. and integration of enforcement of measures in a marketing organization. II. : : MBA 124 MARKETING MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION The course deals with the process of planning and execution of the concept of pricing. 26. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------REFERENCES: 1. Rene U. and distribution of ideas and/or goods and services that will create exchanges to meet individual and organizational objectives. 13 #1-2 1991 New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CODE. 2. General: Demonstrate a thorough grasp of basic economic forces in the business environment so that correct strategy in marketing can be intimately linked to the emerging opportunities for Filipino businessmen and managers. COURSE TITLE I. 7. promotion. SOLAIR The Labor Code with comments & Cases vol. 2006 Philippine Labor Review vol. CESARIO A. . Business Law/ 3E: Pearson Education 2007. Andy and Fraser. 1 & 2. various orientation. 4. 6.

Positioning the Market Offering Through the Product Life Cycle J. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Regular attendance. Value. Developing Global Market Offering 10th week 11th week 12th week Part IV: Making Marketing Decisions L. . Building Customers Satisfaction. IV. class discussion. COURSE OUTLINE: TOPIC A. and case analysis. passing series of assignment. Managing the Total Marketing Effort 15th week 16th week 17th week Final Examination 18th weeks G. Dealing with the Competition H. and mini-marketing plan. defense of case analysis. Scanning the Marketing Environment G. Identifying Market Segment and Selecting Target Markets Mid-Term Examination 1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4rth week 5th week 6th week 7th week 8th week 9th week Part III: Developing the Marketing Strategies F. Managing Direct and on-line Marketing P. and Retention D.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Marketing in the twenty-firsts Century C. Winning Markets: Market-Oriented Strategies Planning Part II: Analyzing Marketing Opportunities E. Introduction/Orientation on NEU and SGS Mission and Vision. Developing New Market Offerings K. active participation during class discussion. Goals and Objectives Part I: Understanding Marketing Management B. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------III. 9 Central Avenue. Designing and Managing Services 13th week 14th week Part V: Managing and Delivering Marketing Programs N. use of resource person. Managing Product Lines and Brands M. Gathering Information and Measuring Market Demand F. passing series of tests and quizzes. TIME FRAME SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES: Lecture. Managing the Salesforce O. film showing seminar.

Mersay.1996 .Peter: Marketing.Great Britain: Prentice Hall. Davies.Eduardo:User Friendly Marketing Researce: Quezon City: Ateneo Manila University Press. 3E: Q. Philip: Marketing Management (10th Ed. Peter and Stern. Go.1998 4.Philip.John A. Kotler. Pearson Education: 2006 2. Evans.An Hall.Josiah: Contemporary Maketing Strategy in the Phillipines Setting.).Mark: Understanding Marketing.C.C. Swee Hoon Ang.. Joel R. Go. Siew Meng Leong. Mudie. Edgar P:Marketing Management in the Phillipine Setting(13thEd.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.) Ateneo de Manila University Press. Doyle. 1996 12. Phil. TEXTBOOK Kotler. Great Britain: Prentice 8.and Chin Tiong 9.). National Book Store. Josiah: Marketing Plan. Marketing Management and Strategy. Aidan:Strategy and Process in Marketing. 9 Central Avenue. USA. 4E: Q.1998 5. Pearson Education. Tan: Marketing Managent: An Asian Perspective(International Ed. Russ: Marketing Management. 1996 10. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall.Barry Marketing . Del Val. 2000 REFERENCES 1.1997 Analytical Perspective. Winer. and O’Oriscol.1997 7. and Berman.USA: Prentice Hall. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------V.1996 11. Roberto. 1997 6. Singapore: Prentice Hall. Manila:National Book Store. 2007 3.

II. tasks and skills of the general manager leading the overall enterprise or business unit.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. 9 Central Avenue. the students are expected to: . COURSE OBJECTIVES In accordance with the SGS’s objectives to prepare students for successful career in business and other related fields. Emphasis is given on the administrative process of coming up with an organization’s strategy. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE I. at the end of the semester. : : MBA 125 BUSINESS POLICY COURSE DESCRIPTION A course deals with the roles.

3. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A. 5. 4. Specific: III. 1.4 Seeing that those plans are fulfilled 2. 10. 2. (A) Transforming an Organization Case: Richardson Sheffield Building Relationships The Strategy of Using Foreign Investors and Licenses: A Philippine Perspective FINAL EXAMINATION TIME FRAME 1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week 6th week 7th week 8th week 9th week 10th week 11th week 12th week 13th week 14th week 15th week 16th week 17th week 18th week 19th week . Goals and objectives 1. 9 Central Avenue.1 Setting goals 1. Inc. The General Management Perspective and Business Policy Case: Head Ski Company. 9. Be guided in their tasks of developing management of executive development programs. The Total Environment of the Firm Industry analysis – Positioning the Firm in a Specific Environment Case: Firestone.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Be provided with a framework – an approach to the problems of the chief executive in 1. B. 8. COURSE OUTLINE Introduce/Orientation on NEU and SGS Mission. 7. General: Be provided with adequate knowledge on the concepts of corporate strategy and managing strategic processes. 6.2 Developing strategies 1.: Globalization Personal Values and Corporate Strategy Case: The Body Shop International Relating Strategy to Social Responsibility Case: Baybank Boston MID-TERM EEXAMINATION Building Strategy Case: Harvard Business School Building Organization Capabilities Case: The Adams Corp. Inc. Vision.3 Elaborating long and short term plans 1.

9 Central Avenue.. 3. Inc. Strategic Management and Organizational Dynamics. Business Policy in an Asian Context. 2007 David. SE: Pearson Education. 3. 2004 Stacey. and Hunger. Thomas L. Irwin. Prentice Hall. 1995. 2. Pearson Education. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IV. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. 5. . New Jersey. 5. Business Policy: Managing Strategic Process. David. Joseph. Bower. Richard D. 6. 2. J. Ralph. Soriano. Inc. Wheeler.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Fred: Strategic Management 11th Ed: New Jersey. Mid-term Examination Final Examinations (or its equivalent) Regular Attendance Substantive Participation in Class Discussion Reports on Special Topics Written and Oral Presentations of Case Analyses REFERENCES: 1. 1990. Strategic Management and Business Policy: Prentice Hall. Emmanuel V. Sinag-Tala Publishers. 2007. 4. 4.

Described the advantages of ―best practice‖ sharing of human resource development institutions. 3. Goals and Objectives. Mission. Goals and Objectives and School of Graduate Studies Philosophy and Objectives Explained the need of developing human resources and its strategic importance in organization Articulated the human resource development concepts and principles including development strategies and techniques in improving organizational performance. after the course the students shall have: 1. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE I. Specifically. : : MBA 126 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION The first part of the course is the orientation of the University’s Vision. It discusses the pivotal role of human resource development geared towards organizational effectiveness. The general objective To gain a working knowledge on the strategic importance of human resource development in organization. . introduce also the students with the knowledge of human resource development concepts and principles that been proven sound in light of current practice in organizations. Discussed the NEUs Vision. efficiency. 4. Mission. productivity and profitability The last part explains the human resources development areas as primary process of integrated approach for better organizational performance. A part of the discussion includes the guiding philosophy of School of Graduate Studies of NEU. The students shall have oriented on the VGMO of NEU as institution of learning and guiding philosophy of the School of Graduate Studies B. COURSE OBJECTIVES A. 2. 9 Central Avenue..New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. 5. The course shall also update the students with trends of human resource development techniques and strategies in the pursuit of achieving organizational objectives. II. 6. The second part. Pointed out the human development areas as primary process critical for producing organizational key outputs. Described human resource development trends that can be replicated in workplace.

Goals and Objectives NEU SGS Philosophy and Objectives (General and Specific) Orientation  Description of the course  Requirements  Assignment & Researches. Mission. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Time Frame Week No: 18 weeks III. COURSE OUTLINE 1. 4.2 1. Definition of Human Resource Development its Concepts and Principles II. 3.1 Strategic Importance of Human Resource Development Qualities / Skills of Human Resource Development Practitioner 3.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.1 Human Resource as Team Builder 3.3 1st week NEU Vision. Class activities & projects  Grading System MG = 2CS + Midterm Exam. 9 Central Avenue. 3 Where MG = Midterm Grade CS = Class Standing = Attendance + Reports + Assignments + Researches + Class Activities / Projects FG = 2CS + Final Exam 3 Where FG = Final Grade AFG = MG + FG 2 Where AFG = Average Final Grade 2.1 1.2 Human Resource as Effective Planner 2nd week 3rd week Human Resource as Problem Solver and Decision-Maker 4th week 4. Introduction / Orientation 1.2 Human Resource as Effective Communicator .

9. Other areas of Human Resource Development 5. (1982) Costing Human Resources: The Financial Impact of Behavior in Organizations Massachusetts: Kerr. (1998) Human Resources Development. TOMAS D. 2. 15. 17. New York: Mc Grawhill CASIO. 9 Central Avenue. 8.. (1995) The Management of Human Resources 4th Edition. SINGER. V. 3. 6. 2. 14. 4. 3. 11.. 12 13. (1990) Human Resource Management. 5. 16. WAYONE F. 7. 7. A Guide to Human Resource Development CHERRINGTON. 18. (1996) Training & Development Handbook. 5. 6.. IV. ROBERT L. DAVID j. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5.1 Training and Development Organizational Development Career Development Managing Stress Midterm Examination Characteristics of Good Feedback Effective Motivation & Productivity Selection.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. MARK. Boston: Allyn and Bacon . 6. Promotion & Strafing Performance Evaluation System Management by Objectives Total Quality Management Transactional Analysis The Role of Research in HRD Final Examination Lecture / Lecturer Focused Group Discussion Panel Discussion Experiential Sharing Case Study Reporting (Individual / Group Field Trip REFERENCES: 1. ANDRES. KEITH (1985) Human Behavior at Work: Organization Behavior 97 th Edition. 5th week 6th week 7th week 8th week 9th week 10th week 11th week 12th week 13th week 14th week 15th week 16th week 17th week 18th week SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1. 4. Recruitment. RAIG. 10. The Philippines Experience DAVIS.

operation and control of production systems. To appreciate the applications of mathematical and statistical techniques in decision-making. Production and Operation Management 1. II. III. I. 7. maintenance. Productivity Decision Making 4. etc. Function within Business Organization 3. and cost control models. capacity planning. 6. 9 Central Avenue. 3. C. inventory. forecasting. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE : : MBA 127 MATERIALS & PROCESS MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION Mathematical and statistical decisions for the design. forecasting. inventory and scheduling. COURSE CONTENTS TOPICS A. To develop skills in analyzing operation system problems including 4 scheduling. aggregate planning. B. 8. COURSE OBJECTIVES 1. capacity. operation and control of production systems. maintenance.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. and cost control models. To use mathematical and statistical tools for decisions for the design. scheduling. The decision Process 5. 2. 5. Decision Theory Forecasting TIME FRAME 2weeks 2 weeks 1week . COURSE REQUIREMENTS 4. Active class participation/recitation Prompt and regular attendance Reports on assigned topics Submission of assignment and other requirements Quizzes and Final Examination INSTRUCTIONAL CONTENTS Lecture Reports Group Dynamics Field trip/Symposium IV.

Capacity Requirements Planning K. Aggregate Planning 21. The Need for Location Decisions 14. MRP Processing 26. Basic Layout types 17. Factors that Affect Location Decision F. Designing Process Layout H. PERT-CPM FINAL EXAMINATION 1 Week V. The purpose and Scope of aggregate Planning 22. Capacity Planning G. Line Balancing 19. Just-in-time Systems 1 week L. Operating and Controlling the System 1 week 20. Products and Service Design 10. Scheduling in Service System F. Forecast that Use Time Series Data 8. Process Selection 15. Research and Development 11. Design of Production Systems 2 weeks 9. MRP Outputs 27. Material Requirements Planning 1 week 24. Location and Planning 1 week 13. Grant Charts 33. Project Management 1 week 32. Standardization 12. Requirements for Effective Inventory Management J. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6. Techniques for Aggregate Planning I. Scheduling 1 week 28. Inventory Management 1 week 23. Scheduling in Low-volume System 31. Cellular Layouts 18. Facilities layout 2 week 16. 9 Central Avenue. Planning 15. Scheduling in High-volume system 29.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Approaches to forecasting 7. BIBLIOGRAPHY Production / Operation Management by William J . Associate Forecasting Techniques D. Computer-aid Design E. MRP Inputs 25. Scheduling in Intermediate-volume System 30. Process Selection and Capacity 1 week 14.

Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Stevenson. Tony Arnold Jr. Subgenre: Material Science – Format: Hardcover By: Stephen N. Clive Prentice Hall (06/01/2007) 3. Chapman. Introduction to Materials Management. 9 Central Avenue. REFERENCES Materials and Process Management 1. Publisher: Paton Press (August 12.. 3rd edition (April 24. by John Jeston. 3/e Production and Operations Management. Lloyd M. Business Process Management: Practical Guidelines to Successful Implementations. 2004) 2. Process Improvement and Process Management by Dan Madison. 2006) . Publisher: Meghan-Kiffer Press (September 30. Process Mapping. 2005).New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. 2/e by Jay Heizer Production and Operations Management by Health VI. Khan. Business Process Management: A Practical Guide by Rashid N. Publisher: Butterworth.

COURSE OUTLINE TOPICS A. Constitutional Basic for Business Regulation 1st week 2nd week . Express an understanding of the regulatory environment of management. 4. 9 Central Avenue. It discusses the legal aspect of the management process. At the end of the semester the students are expected to: 1. 2.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Ethics and the Law 2. : : MBA 128 LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE MANAGEMENT PROCESS COURSE DESCRIPTION : The course is an overview of the legal environment in which business takes place. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE I. Distinguish the forms of business organization. TIME FRAME Basic Principles 1. II. 3. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Attendance and service participation in class discussion One examination Term paper Case Analysis IV. 5. Discuss the different components of the legal environment of management. III. Analyze some management cases that involve legal concerns. Explain why ethics is a must in the conduct of business management. It also hives students as deeper and among business enterprises. It covers wide ongoing topics that affect the daily management decisions and business strategies. COURSE OBJECTIVES: The course aims to acquaint the students with legal topics that may hasten or mamper smooth management process.

4. Publisher: Butteworth. Manuel G. Sales. 12. C. Employment Agreement 16.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. 1998. 11. Tony Arnold jr. Velasquez. 3. Product liability and Intellectual Property 8. Materials & Process Management Business Process Management: A Practical Guide (Paperback) by Rashid N. 1999. 2004) Introduction to Materials Management: Subgenre: Material Science – Format: Hardcover By: Stephen N. Justice 15. Forms of Business Ownership 6. 2005) Business Process Management: Practical Guidelines to Successful Implementations (Hardcover) by John Jeston. 1994 . Discrimination: Utility Rights. 5. Rose. Legal and Regulatory Environment 5. REFERENCES: 1. Clive Prentice Hall (06/01/2007) Process Mapping. 9 Central Avenue. Richard D. 3rd edition (April 24. Process Improvement and Process Management (Paperback) by Dan Madison (Author) Publisher: Paton Press (August 12. Small Business Entrepreneurship (An Ethics and Human Relations Perspective) New Jersey. 10th week 11th week 12 week 13th week Criminal Law Real Property and Land Use Competition (Perfect. Lavern S. Oligopolistic) Consume Protection Human Resources and Business Ethics 14. Chapman. Environment Law 5th week 6th week 7th week 8th week MID-TERM EXAMINAITON 9th week 10. Contracted. Agency and Administrative Law 4th week B.. Constance: Manager and the Local Environment: USA. Khan (Author) Publisher: Meghan-Kiffer Press (September 30. Inc. 2. Practice Hall. Courts. 6. Peter S. Monopoly. Torts 7. Securities Fraud and Inside Trading 14th week 15th week 16th week 17th week FINAL EXAMINATION V. 1999. Lloyd M. Sources of Law. Labor – Management Relations 17. Irwin. 2006) Bagley. 13. 8. Money and Capital Markets: USA.. Litigation 3rd week 4. 7. Business Ethics: Concepts and Cases: Singapore: Prentice Hall. Urlacher. West Educational Publishing Co. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3.

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OBJECTIVES: General – Specific – Justify the importance if cooperatives in the socio-economic life of the people. Philosophy 1. Sweden.1 Instrument of equitability 1. 6939 METHODOLOGY: Research Reporting and Class Interaction supplemented by Classificatory Lecture. History.2 Social Justice 1.3 Cooperatives in Different Countries 2 weeks 2. II. their functions and socio-economic goals. Acquire a working knowledge in organizing. France. United Kingdom 2. COURSE CONTENTS: Part I: TIME FRAME Cooperative Philosophy. 9 Central Avenue.2 Rochdale Society – The first coop.3. Scandinavia & Australia . and their role in attaining a balance and sustainable growth of the national economy. Concepts & Principles 1. Establish in Britain.3 Economic Development 2 weeks 2.1 Marketing Cooperatives: Denmark. Norway. managing and registering of cooperatives under Republic Act No. I. 2. 1844.1 Robert Owen – Father of Cooperatives II. History II.3. Netherlands.2 Supply or purchasing cooperatives: Great Britain. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE : : MBA 129 COOPERATIVE PHILOSOPHY & PRACTICES COURSE DESCRIPTIVE This study involves the identification of the different forms of cooperative enterprises.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.

3. 3. Bombay.6.3. 9 Central Avenue.4 Credit Union: Australia.9.14.6 Join other cooperatives 1. iceland 2. Canada & U. 3.2 Right to Association IV.5 Cooperative Education IV. & Delhi 2. Provide maximum economic benefits 3.1. Philippines 2.7 Cooperatives in all aspects of life: Israel 3.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.3 Amend Articles of cooperation 1. Spain.6.8.6 Worker Cooperative: Italy. 4. Attain increase income & productivity 3.10. France.6.7.3.A. . 2. Switzerland.2.1.11. 2 weeks Cooperative.3.4 Division of Net Surplus IV.2 Succession 1. Sidney. Ireland. 3. donation from foreign & domestic sources 1.12.S.3 Common Bond Interest IV. and Phil. Teach the efficient ways of doing things in a cooperative manner 3.. Province goods & services to members 3.5 Service Cooperative: U.5.2.S. Economic Equitable Capital Contribution Fair sharing in Risk & Profits Principles IV.3. Propagate cooperative practices & new ideas in business & mgt.A.1 Sue and be sued 1.8 Exercises any & all other powers granted by the Cooperatives Code 2.13.3.7 Accept & receive grants. 3.4 Adopt By-laws 1. Melbourne.1 Open & Voluntary membership IV. Encourage savings 7 investments 3.15.6 Cooperative Among Cooperatives 2 weeks Part II: Cooperative Powers & Objectives 1. Promote equitable distribution of surplus 3. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2. Social 3.3 Housing cooperatives: London.4. Concepts 3. 3. defined Right to association Common Bond on Interest Voluntarism Lawful & Common Ends 3. Primary Objectives 2 weeks 3. Powers & Capacities 2 weeks 1.5 Acquire & Dispose properties 1.

Annual Audit 3.4 Safety of Records 1 week 5.5.1 Registering a cooperative 1. Management 1. Cooperative Management & Operation 1.6 Privileges of cooperative 1 week of 5 Cooperative Operation: Capital.4.3 Non—Liability for Deformation 4. Allocation & Distribution of Net Surplus 5.3.7. Inquiry and Members Right to Examine 4.5 Article of cooperative 1. Audit Report 3. Audit.4 Treat of cooperatives 2.1 Sources of Capital 3.3 Bonding Accountable office 2. Audit.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.6. Dissolution of Cooperatives 6.2 Annual Report 2.4 Cooperative membership 1.3 Involuntary Dissolution 1week . Property & Funds 2 weeks 3. Revolving Capital 3. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Part III.1 Books to be kept open 2.1 Net Surplus 5. Safety of Records 4.3 The Board of Directors 1. Non-Liability for Deformation 3.1 Annual Audit 4.2 Voluntary Dissolution 6.1 Proceedings upon Insolvency 6.6 The coop.2 Audit Report 4.2 The General Assembly 1. By-laws 1 week Cooperatives 2.5 Tax and other exemption 2. 9 Central Avenue. Capital 3. Inquiry and Members Right to Examine 3.8.2.2 Order of Distribution 1 week 6.

137-138. World Book Inc. Inc. p. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6. Jose N.6 Cooperative Liquidation REFERENCES: 1. 6939 otherwise known as ―Cooperative Code of the Philippines.5 Dissolution by failure to Organize & Operate 6. 1992.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. Quezon City.. . 9 Central Avenue. National Book Store. 1990 World Book Encyclopedia. 1995 Republic Act No. Volume 4. Principles of Agrarian Reform. 3..4 Dissolution by Order of the Authority 6. Cooperative Development Authority. Cooperatives & Taxation (12th & Revised Edition). 2.. Nolledo.

III. COURSE CONTENTS: 1. : : MBA 130 ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE DESCRIPTION The course is designed to introduce the MBA students to the key concepts. theories. Entrepreneurship Process Opportunity Recognition-Search for High Potential Venture TIME FRAME 1 week 1 week . the MBA students should be able to: a. To learn the newest and most innovative marketing tools. investment. To develop the student’s creativity through the preparation of a viable and deasible business plan. To expose students to problem situations draw from the experiences of wellknown entrepreneurs of basic business and other instructions. problems and skills associated with a high quality of entrepreneurial spirit. c. Learn the basic concepts. practice. issues and aspects of entrepreneurial business. strategies. d. II. The end product of this course is to create jobs for the unemployed through the implementation of the proposed business plan. improve key managerial skills and dramatically increase effectiveness to design more innovative marketing tools and strategies. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE I. e. This will help future entrepreneurs to function more effectively in the organizational environment. thrusts and tactics adaptable to budding entrepreneurs. Provide a deeper insights into better management. theories. theories. 9 Central Avenue. 2. principles and actual practices in Entrepreneurship.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. To start and implemented as much as possible the proposed business plan prepared by the MBA students. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester. b. f.

J. Inc. 3. Paperback. William. latest edition. 4. Financial Projection – How to do the right way 1 week 7. 2. Portale MBA in Entrepreneurship. The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Building a Better Business Plan: A Step-by-Step Approach. Creating a Successful Business Plan 2 weeks 6. Wiley and Sons. Harold J. PRESENTATON OF BUSINESS PLANS 2 weeks 15. Pearson. 1edition (September 9. 3. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3. Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything. Robert Ashton. The total Business Plan: How to write. 9 Central Avenue. Debt and other forms of Financing 2 weeks 10. and revise. Venture Capital 1 week 8 MID-TERM EXAMINATION 1 Week 9.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. 224 pages The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested. by Peter I. by Guy Kawasaki.. External Assistance for Start-Ups and Small Business 1 week 11. Entry Strategies 2 weeks 4. John Wiley and Sons. The Entrepreneur’s Book of Checklists. 1000 tips to start and grow your business. 4. rewrite. 2. Gregory. Market Opportunities ad Marketing 1 week 5. 1992 . Hupalo. Mclaighlin. Publisher: HCM Publlishing (March 2004) Bygrave. 2004) Thingking Like An Entrepreneur: How To Make Intelligent Business Decisions That Will Lead To Success In Building and Growing Your Own Company. Publisher: Portfolio Hardcover. K. 1994. 2007. Franchising 1 week 14. 6. 2nd edition. Legal and Tax Issues 1 week 12. Aug. Intellectual Property 1 week 13. 5. FINAL EXAMINATION 1 Week III. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Examination (Midterm and Finals) Written and Oral Reports Business Plan Substantive Class Participation REFERENCES: 1.

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To demonstrate the relation of managerial economics to other courses in a business curriculum. It develops students’ economic way of thinking in making business and personal decisions. General: Develop their knowledge and skills in assessing and evaluating organizational performance through case/ situation analyses – toward the improvement of their decision-making capabilities. Goals and objectives 1st week 1. To show students (future entrepreneurs and business managers) how the theoretical concepts can actually be used and implemented in real decision-making. Vision. and quantitative analysis. COURSE OUTLINE TIME FRAME Introduction/Orientation on NEU and SGS mission. 9 Central Avenue. III. To teach the students the economic approach when making business and personal decisions. The Nature and Scope on Managerial Economics Price and Pricing Strategies Case: Monitor Textile A 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 3. the students are expected to: A. 2. Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE I. Managerial economics deals with the decisions a manager must make in the course of maximizing the value of the firm. Specific: 1. COURSE OBJECTIVES: In accordance with the SGS’s objectives to prepare students for successful careers in business and other related fields. : : MBA 131 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS COURSE DESCRIPTION This course deals with the fundamentals of microeconomic theories and their applications in managerial decision-making. 3. Simulation and Monte Carlo Case: Weather Burn 5th & 6th weeks 7th week .New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No. at the end of the semester. business policy. such as finance marketing. B. II. 2.

Quezon City ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4. Paul G. Prentice Hall. Poblador. Charles S. and Young. 3. Farnharm. Linear Programming 8th week Case: Sherman Motors 9th week MID-TERM EXAMINATIONS 10th week 5. Managerial Economics. Research Center.P. 1995. 5E: New Jersey. 3. Irwin. 9 Central Avenue. 5. 7. 6. Inc. . Theory of the Firm.New Era University SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES No.. Richard D. Niceto S. Market Bidding Case: Warren Agency Economics of Advertising Economics of Marketing Management Economics of financial Management The Stock Market 11th week 12th week 13th week 14th & 15 weeks 16th week 17th week FINAL EXAMINATION 18th week 6. Philip K.. Managerial Economics In a Global Economy. 2005 Keat. 1998 Salvatore. 4. 8. V. 2006 Maurice. IV. Managerial Economics. 1996. Inc. 5. U. Mid-term Examination Final Examinations (or its equivalent) Regular Attendance Substantive Participation in class Discussion Reports on Special Topics Written and Oral Presentations of Case Analyses REFERENCES: 1. Economics for Managers: New Jersey Prentice Hall. 2. 2. McGraw Hall. Managerial Economics: Economic Tools for Today’s Decision Makers. 4. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. 9. Paul G. Dominick.