College

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the guy who’ll decide where to go. You’ll look up and down streets. Look ’em over with care. About some you will say, ‘I don’t choose to go there.’
With your head full of brains and your shoes full of feet, you’re too smart to go down any not-so-good street.” 

-Theodore Seuss Geisel

PROGRAMS OFFERED:

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The BS Computer Science program includes the study of computing concepts and theories, algorithm foundations and new developments in computing. The program prepares students to design and create algorithmically complex software and develop new effective algorithms for solving computing problems.

The program also includes the study of standards and practices in Software Engineering. It prepares students to acquire skills and disciplines required for designing, writing and modifying software components, modules and applications that comprise software solutions.

Career Paths

Primary Roles

  • Software Engineer
  • Systems Software Developer
  • Research and Development computing professional
  • Applications Software Developer
  • Computer Programmer

Secondary Roles

  • System Analyst
  • Data Analyst
  • Quality Assurance Specialist
  • Software Support Specialist

 

 

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This is the program that provides general accounting education to students wanting to pursue a professional career in Accountancy in general and in Public Accounting in particular. Further, this is the program that complies with the latest competency framework for professional accountants issued by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) through their International Education Standards. Thus, this qualifies the graduate of this program to take assessments leading to certifications in Accountancy given by the Professional Regulatory Commission — Board of Accountancy (PRC-BOA) and other global professional Accountancy organizations.
As a field of study, Accountancy is a profession that involves providing assurance and audit services for statutory financial reporting, tax-related services, management advisory services partnering in management decision-making, devising planning and performance and control systems, and providing expertise in financial reporting and control to assist various stakeholders in making decisions.
Accountants should pursue lifelong learning, and continuous professional development. They must be objective, ethical and consider the public interest. They should help colleagues to overcome bias by rooting organizational decision-making and implementation in an evidence base, and by providing empirically tested, objective solutions wherever possible.
Accountancy professionals must pay due regard to the primacy of the organization’s customers and the range of relationships that enable a business to operate. They must also understand the global macro-economic environment to assess information based on its relevance to their organization.
A combination of accounting and financial expertise, business understanding and analytical skills and appropriate business experience means that accountants are practical and grounded in operational reality.
Career Paths

Primary Roles

a. Entry-level jobs.
1. Public Practice: Junior Analyst, Consulting staff
2. Commerce and Industry: Cost Analyst, Investment Analyst, Accountancy Staff, Tax
Accounting Staff, Financial Analyst, Budget Analyst, Credit Analyst, Cost
Accountant.
3. Government: State Accounting Examiner, NBI Agent Treasury Agent, State Accountant, I-GU Accountant Revenue Officer, Audit Examiner, Budget Officer,
Financial Services Specialist
4. Education: Junior Accounting Instructor
b. Middle-level positions
1. Public Practice: Senior Consulting Manager/Financial Advisory Manager
2. Commerce and Industry: Controller/ComptroIIer, Senior Information Systems Auditor, Senior Loan Officer, Senior Budget Officer
3. Government: State Accountant V, Director Ill and Director IV, Government Accountancy and Audit, Financial Services Manager, Audit Services Manager, Senior Auditor.
4. Education: Senior Faculty, Accounting Department Chair
c. Advanced positions
1. Public Practice: Partner, Senior Partner, Senior Consultant/Financial Advisor
2. Commerce and Industry: Finance Director/Chief Financial
Officer, Chief Information Officer
3. Government: National Treasurer, Vice President for Finance/CFO (for GOCCs), Commissioner, Associate Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner, (COA, BIR BOC).
4. Education: Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean

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The Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management is a ladderized program that prepares students to have employable skills/competencies at every academic year level for them to be competitive in the hospitality industry locally and globally. This also prepares the students to be entrepreneurs. This curriculum includes laboratory experiences as well as local or international internship requirement in the industry. The program will equip students with competencies that are needed to execute operational tasks and management functions in food production (culinary), accommodation, food and beverage service, , planning and product development, events planning, transportation services, and other emerging sectors of hospitality industry.

Career Paths

Restaurant and Food Service Sector

Dining Room Positions:
 Cashier
 Bartender
 Mixologist
 Oenologist
 Restaurant Steward
 Bar Supervisor
 Waiter/Food Attendant
 Room Service Waiter
 Sommelier
 Barista
 Head waiter
 Captain waiter
 Bar accountant
 Restaurant Supervisor
 Assistant Restaurant Manager
 Shift Leader
 Team Leader
 Room Service Manager
 Maitred Hotel
 F&B Director
 F&B Outlet Manager
 Restaurant Manager
 Outlet Manager

Kitchen Positions:
 Receiving Clerk
 Stock Clerk
 Commis Pastry
 Baker
 Butcher
 Commis 1, 2,3
 Line Cooks
 Demi Chef
 Commis Chef
 Chef De Partier
 Pantry Chef
 Pastry Chef
 Head Cook Sauté Chef
 Grill Cook
 Fry Cook
 Sous Chef
 Head Chef
 Executive Chef
 Sanitation Officer

Lodging and Accommodation Services Sector

Housekeeping Positions:
 Shift Leader
 Checker
 Room Attendant
 Room Assistant
 Cabin Steward
 Housekeeping Attendant
 Room Steward
 Floor Supervisor
 Chief Housekeeper
 Bell captain
 Room Inspector
 Laundry Supervisor
 Executive Housekeeper Housekeeping Manager
 Laundry Manager

Front Office Positions:
 Receptionist
 Lobby Greeter
 Front Office Attendant
 Switchboard Operator
 Airport Representative
 Reservation Clerk
 Bell Service Porter/Attendant
 Concierge / CRM
 Front Office Supervisor
 Front Office Cashier
 Night Auditor
 Duty Supervisor
 Front Office Manager
 Rooms Division Manager
 Reservations Manager
 Unit Manager
Convention, Entertainment Positions:
 Sales Representative
 Convention Sales Personnel
 Event and Entertainment staff
 Organizers/Planners
 Information Specialist Public Relations Staff
 Sales Representative
 Assistant Manager
 Research Directors Marketing Manager
 Events Planner
 Exhibit Planner
 Convention and Event Manager

Public Relations Positions:
 Public Relations Personnel
 Photographer
 Writer
 Telemarketing Staff
 PR Director
 PR Manager

Sales and Marketing positions:
 Sales and marketing personnel
 Sales and marketing account executives
 Sales and marketing supervisor
 Director
 Manager

Sports, Leisure and Recreation Center Personnel
 Spa Manager
 Activity Director
 Recreation Director
 Events Coordinator
 Leisure Manager

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The BS Information Technology program includes the study of the utilization of both hardware and software technologies involving planning, installing, customizing, operating, managing and administering, and maintaining information technology infrastructure that provides computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.

The program prepares graduates to address various user needs involving the selection, development, application, integration and management of computing technologies with an organization.

Career Paths

Primary Roles

  • Web and Applications Developer
  • Junior Database Administrator
  • System Administrator
  • Network Engineer
  • Junior Information Security Administrator
  • Systems Integration Personnel
  • IT Audit Assistant
  • Technical Support Specialist

Secondary Roles

  • QA Specialist
  • System Analyst

Computer Programmer

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The Human Resource Management Program prepares the graduate for a career in the Human Resources Department of any organization, handling the many diverse human capital requirements of the organization, including recruitment, staffing, training and career development.

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

 

  • Management Trainee in Human Resource
  • Human Resource Management
  • Office Assistant
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Human Resource Assistant
  • Executive Assistant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Recruitment Assistant
  • Compensation Assistant
  • Benefits Assistant
  • Training and Development
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The Marketing Management Program prepares the graduate for a careers in Marketing, Market Research, Advertising and public Relation. The curriculum provides the graduates with both technical skills and competencies required in the field, but also the flexible mindset that is necessary to stay competitive in a constantly changing business environment.

 

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

 

  • Management Trainee in Marketing
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Account Executive
  • Merchandising Assistant
  • PR/Advertising Assistant
  • Service Crew
  • Customer Service Agent / Representative
  • Junior Sales Trainer
  • Receptionist
  • Entrepreneur
  • Product/Brand/ Assistant
  • Order/Billing Assistant
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The Financial Management program prepares the graduate for various careers in financial management as well as in related fields, including but not limited to, corporate finance, investment management, banking, credit, and trust operations, insurance, foreign currency markets, money markets, capital markets and other financial securities markets. The curriculum provides the graduate with knowledge on financial institutions and technical skills based on established financial theories, methodologies, and various analytical tools. It also promotes an outlook that is based primarily on ethics, market integrity, regulations, good governance and competitive global perspective, necessary for effective financial decision making.

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

  • Management Trainee in Corporate Finance
  • Management Trainee in a bank or Insurance Company
  • New Account Personnel
  • Credit and collection Assistant
  • Credit Analyst
  • Treasury Assistant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Cashier
  • Trader/ Financial Analyst

 

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Many entrepreneurs have achieved great success without the benefit of formal training. However, for every successful new business that we see, there are many more failed ventures that we never hear about. Through its combination of classroom training and experiential learning. The BS Entrepreneurship program will help aspiring entrepreneurs acquire the skills, values and attitudes that will increase their chances of success.

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

  • Set-up and manage their own business
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Business Development
  • Corporate Planning Development
  • Staff/ Assistant
  • Marketing Assistant or Staff
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The field of criminology is the study of crime and the various agencies of justice as they operate and react to crime, criminals and victims. It is therefore the mission of the Criminology program to provide the community with professionally competent and morally upright graduates who can deliver efficient and effective services in crime prevention, crime detection and investigation, law enforcement, public safety, custody and rehabilitation of offenders, criminological research, among others

 

COLM is actively and continually involved in producing graduates who have the knowledge, skills, attitude and values in addressing the problem of criminality in the country and the character and competence to meet the challenges of globalization in the field of criminology.

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

 

  • Criminological Research
  • Scientific crime detection and investigation
  • Crime prevention
  • Law enforcement
  • Correctional administration
  • Public Safety
  • Security management
  • Criminalistics
  • Academe
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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology (BSRT) is a four-year degree program consisting of general education and professional courses. The fourth year is undertaken as a Clinical Education Training Program in accredited affiliation centers. The program affords training in general radiography and the special fields of Radiology including Ultrasound, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy, Interventional Radiology, and other emergent fields.

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

 

  • Radiologic Technologist
  • Administrator
  • Educator
  • Researcher
  • Entrepreneur
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This program is a four-year degree program related to the fields of tourism education. It provides students the opportunity to become directly involved in managing and planning the world’s biggest people industry – tourism. This concentrates on courses such as history, travel, language, and other cultural aspects. It provides exposure and training of becoming experts in management of the travel, tour, and hospitality industry and will lead students to a journey toward a senior role in the exciting, diverse, and growing industry.

 

Career Paths

 

Travel Sector

  • Reservation Agents
  • Sales Representative
  • Research Analyst
  • Ground Handling Personnel
  • Flight Attendant
  • Training Staff
  • Customer Service Representative
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Customer Analyst
  • Financial Analyst
  • Merchandising Analyst
  • Commercial Account Specialist
  • Domestic Travel Counselor
  • File Clerks
  • Tour Planner
  • Tour Guide
  • Reservationist
  • Group Coordinator
  • Operations Employee
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Advertising Specialist
  • Travel Representative
  • Economic Development Specialist
  • Travel Promotions Staff
  • Public Information Officer
  • Public Relations Personnel
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Communications Specialist
  • Travel Editor
  • Media Liaison
  • Media Specialist
  • Travel Photographer
  • Information Specialist
  • Media Coordinator
  • Travel Writer
  • Research Director
  • Advertising Manager
  • Ticketing Manager
  • Airline Purser
  • Airline Manager
  • Reservation Manager
  • Product Development Manager
  • Customer Care Director
  • Tourism Center Director

 

 

 

 

Lodging Sector

  • Sales Representative
  • Management Trainee
  • HR Staff
  • Reservations Clerk
  • Front Office Staff
  • Personnel Director

 

Assembly and Event Management Sector

  • Information Specialist
  • Public Relations Staff
  • Meeting/Event Personnel

 

Recreation Sector

  • Park Guide
  • Museum Guide
  • Handicapped Program Planner
  • Concert Promoter
  • Recreation Specialist
  • Camp Counselor
  • Activity Director
  • Events Coordinator
  • Promotions Staff
  • Reception Staff
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This is the program that provides general accounting education to students wanting to pursue a professional career in Accounting Information System. Further, this is the program that complies with the latest competency framework for professional accountants issued by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) thru their International Education Standards. Thus, this qualifies the graduate of this program to take assessments leading to certifications in Accounting Information System given by global professional Accounting Information System organizations.

 

As a field of study, Accounting Information System is a profession that combines knowledge in business, accounting and computer systems. It involves partnering with management operations and decision-making, by coordinating the information technology activities, providing expertise in choosing the best software or designing and maintaining the overall information system, assessing the integrity of systems, assessing the inefficiencies of a company’s system and recommending improvements to assist management in the formulation and implementation of an organization’s strategy.

 

By working across functions, Accounting Information System professionals understand the links between operational activity, financial resource generation and consumption, and value generation and preservation. They perform a vital role in supporting organizational performance through an effective information system.

 

Accounting Information System professionals are expected to: (a) apply accounting, finance and computer skills; (b) ensure these skills are applied in the context of the business; (c) to influence the decisions, actions and behaviors of others; and (d) lead the organization at different levels.

 

Accounting Information System professionals should pursue lifelong learning, and continuous professional development. They must be objective, ethical and consider the public interest. They should help colleagues to overcome bias by rooting organizational decision-making and implementation through an effective information system, and by providing empirically tested, objective solutions wherever possible.

 

Accounting Information System professionals must pay due regard to the primacy of the organization’s customers and the range of relationships that enable a business to operate. They must also understand the global macro-economic environment to assess information based on its relevance to their organization.

 

A combination of accounting, financial and computer systems expertise, business understanding and analytical skills and appropriate business experience means that accounting information system professionals are practical and grounded in operational reality.

 

 

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

 

  1. Entry-level jobs.
  2. Public Practice: Junior Analyst, Consulting staff
  • Commerce and Industry: Cost Analyst, Investment Analyst, Accounting Information System Staff, Tax Accounting Staff, Financial Analyst, Budget Analyst, Credit Analyst, Cost Accountant.
  1. Government: State Accounting Examiner, NBI Agent, Treasury Agent, State Accountant, I-GU Accountant, Revenue Officer, Audit Examiner, Budget Officer, Financial

Services Specialist

  1. Education: Junior Accounting Instructor
  1. middle-level positions
    • . Public Practice: Senior Consulting Manager/Financial Advisory Manager
    • Commerce and Industry: Controller/ComptroIIer, Senior Information Systems Auditor, Senior Loan Officer, Senior Budget Officer
    • Government: State Accountant V, Director Ill and Director IV, Government Accountancy and Audit, Financial Services

Manager, Audit Services Manager, Senior Auditor

  • Education: Senior Faculty, Accountancy Department Chair
  1. Advanced positions
    1. Public Practice: Partner, Senior Partner, Senior Consultant/Financial Advisor
    2. Commerce and Industry: Finance Director/Chief Financial Officer, Chief Information Officer
    3. Government: National Treasurer, Vice President for

Finance/CFO (for GOCCs), Commissioner, Associate Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner, (COA, BIR, BOC)

  1. Education: Vice President for Academic Affairs, Vice President for Administration, Dean
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The program is designed to prepare students for employment as X-ray Technologist in hospitals, medical offices/clinics, cancer centers, community health agencies or industrial concerns where x-ray is used for quality control.

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

  • X-ray Technologist

 

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The specialization courses are based on the sub-disciplines of home economics that are historically consistent and similar with the core areas of home economics in the international community. There are study area that are interdisciplinary in nature but the primary focus of concern is on the family.

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

  • Teaching Profession
  • TVET Trainers and Assessors

 

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Major in Agri-Fishery

 

This course is focused on specialized fields in Agri-fishery arts such as Agricultural Crop Production, Animal Production, Aquaculture, Fish Capture and Organic Agriculture etc.

 

Career Paths

 

Primary Roles

  • Teaching Professions
  • TVET Trainers
  • TVET Assessors
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    Major in Food Service Management

     

    This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, skills and work attitude of food and service managers in accordance to the needs of industry. It covers competencies on food selection and preparation, meal management, basic and advanced baking, food processing, packaging and labelling. International cuisine quantity cookery, cafeteria and catering management and bartending and bar management.

     

    Career Paths

     

    Primary Roles

    • Teaching Profession
    • TVET Trainers and Assessors
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    Major in Computer Hardware Servicing

     

    This covers two core competencies: 1) configuring computer systems and services and 2) maintaining computer systems and services. This is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable values and skills of computer services technicians in accordance with the industry standards. It covers the competencies required in installing, maintaining, configuring and diagnosing computer system and networks. It also includes the competencies required to participate in workplace communication work in team environment practice career professionalism, and practice occupational health and safety procedures.

     

    Career Paths

     

    Primary Roles

    • Teaching Profession
    • TVET Trainers and Assessors

      Admission Requirements:

       

      1. Filled Up Application Form
      2. SF 9 / TOR
      3. PSA / NSO Birth Certificate

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      Send to: registrar@colm.edu.ph

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