This course involved a study of consumer behaviour as a tool for marketing decision.  It describes the rationale for studying, the consumer behaviour outcomes and the consumer behaviour process, namely the psychological core, the process of making decisions and the post-decisions evaluation.

The course deals with the nature of identity, as well as the factors and forces that affect the development and maintenance of personal identity.The directive to know Oneself has inspired countless and varied ways to comply. Among the questions that everyone has had to grapple with at one time or other is “Who Am I?” At no other period is this question asked more urgently than in adolescence – traditionally believed to be a time of vulnerability and great possibilities. Issues of self and identity are among the most critical for the young.

This course  aims to develop students appreciation in arts, also to analyze and critique work of arts. Through interdisciplinary and multimodal approaches, this course equips students will historical approaches philosophical and social relevance of arts to further develops students critical minds. This course will develop ultimately the appreciation in Philippine art by providing them opportunities to explore the diversities of arts in their own country.

It is an introduction to a philosophical thinking through the question: What does it mean to be human? It is an introduction of what philosophy is and the works of major philosophers. As a treatment of the meaning of human nature, the course considers the person as a physical being, a knower, as responsible agent, as a person related to other persons, to society, to God, and to the end, or purpose, of human life.

            In this course, we will examine different philosophical accounts of what it means to be a self. Our presumption will be that we as human beings are more than mere material bodies and we will inquire into the different ways in which philosophers from different eras have attempted to define this “more”. In doing so, we will discuss several aspects that characterize are lives as human beings, such as conscious awareness, reason and knowledge, freedom, time (past and future), personal identity, embodiment, and responsibility. This course will also examine the way philosophy looks for fundamental characteristics that identify life as a properly human life, asks about its ultimate meaning or purpose, and raises questions about what counts as a good life. 

This course is all about the professional conduct of selling taking into account demands of changing times, new technologies, product introduction and buyer classification.

        This course covers the physical state of the body and body movement enhancements. Students in this course will discover the fundamental movements, its function and purposes. They will be planning enhancement programs to improve bodily movements for range of motions. They will appreciate that upon learning complex movements, we should start with the basic.

This course course covers introduction to SPSS, sampling distributions, probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlations, regression, basic modeling, analysis of variance, and chi-square tests. The primary software to be used is the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS).

Human Resource Management links people-related activities to business strategy. The course develops a critical understanding of the role and functions of the various human resource activities in an organisation, providing students with a comprehensive review of key HRM concepts, techniques and issues.

It emphasizes the concepts and mathematical techniques most useful in business and finance. Quantitative methods provide additional information to assist managers in making business and finance decisions that will impact the organizations. Common quantitative methods include regression analysis, the use of probabilities and analyzing statistical data.