I. Agency Mandate, Mission, Vision, and List of Officials

II. Annual Financial Report

III. DBM Approved Budget and Corresponding Targets 

IV. Projects, Programs and Activities, Beneficiaries and Status of Implementation. (Indicate if not applicable)

V. Annual Procurement Plan

VI. QMS Certification of at least one core process by an international certifying body (ICB)

VII. System of Ranking Delivery Units PBB

VIII. Agency Review and Compliance Procedure of Statements and Financial Disclosures

IX. The Final People's Freedom to Information (FOI) Manual signed by the head of Agency; Agency Information Inventory; FOI Registry and FOI Summary Report

X. Annual Reports

XI. Citizen's Charter


Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) Scorecard

The Seal

Blue, Brown, Green, and Golden Yellow Color

Blue and green represent the natural resources found in Partido. Blue represents the resources found in the water while green represents the resources found in the land. Brown and golden yellow represent the Filipino race and their valuable contribution to the global economy.

Three concentric circles

Circle represents unity, commitment and community as Partidonians bind themselves together in helping the community uplift its socio-economic status. The three concentric blue circles symbolize the centrality of the three basic questions in economics (what to produce, how to produce, and for whom to produce) in the management of resources of Bicol and the rest of the world.

Shield

This represents control or security over the four factors of production: land, labor, (physical) capital, and entrepreneur/ human capital. The four divisions also symbolize the fourfold functions of the University and the Institute: instruction, research, extension, and production.

Laurel Wreath

This represents the status of our economy and triumph in our fight against poverty and inequality.

 

Philippine Hawk-Eagle

The Philippine Hawk-Eagle represents the endemic flora and fauna of Bicol and our socio-economic aspiration to soar higher.

Mount Isarog and the Sea

They represent one of the four factors of production, which is land or natural resources.

Plough and Boat

They represent one of the four factors of production, which is physical capital. Plough is one of the well-known physical capital in Partido. It is used in cultivating the land especially for growing rice, root crops, vegetables, corn, and others.

 

Fishing boat is also one of the most important tools used by Partidonians. Partido Area is surrounded by coastal resources which are a major source of livelihood.  Moreover, boat is also used in transporting foreign and local tourists between the different islands in Partido and in planting sea weeds.

People

They represent another factor of production, labor. They also symbolize the stability and reliability of the Partidonians in terms of uplifting the socio-economic status of Bicolanos. They play the vital role in the efficient and equitable management of natural and man-made resources.

Green Entrepreneur’s Head

It represents the fourth factor of production, the entrepreneurs and human capital, who do not only focus in earning profits but more importantly help in increasing social accountability. The color green represents money, balance, and harmony. The  sprockets inside the head’s silhouette represent the interdependence of knowledge, research, and innovation.

 

BS ECONOMICS FACULTY

FACULTY WHO WILL HANDLE ECONOMICS CORE AND ELECTIVE COURSES IN BS ECONOMICS

FACULTY  ACADEMIC RANK EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION SUBJECTS

Bradecina, Raul G., Ph.D.

University Professor

Ph.D. Environmental Economics

Master in Public Administration

MS Ocean Science

MS Fisheries

BS Fisheries

Economics/Coastal Management/Fisheries/Research

Environmental and Resource Economics, Economic Research

Gumba, Bernadette G., Ph.D.

Asso. Prof. IV

Ph.D. Developmental Management

MS Economics

BSBA Eco., BSC Acctg.

Economics/Accounting/Management

Monetary Economics, International Economics, Labor Economics, Public Economics

Lim, Cristina P., Ph.D.

Professor II

PhD Fisheries major in Economic Management

MS Environmental Studies

MS Fisheries

AB Economics

Fisheries/ Economics

Environmental and Resource Economics, Agricultural Economics, Economic Research, Economics Practicum

Laureta, Ricky P. Ph.D.

Asso. Prof. III

PhD Human Resource Management

MA Administration

AB Economics

Economics/Business Administration/Management

Introductory Economics, Managerial Economics, Labor Economics

Chavez, Rosalie Marie V.

Assistant Professor III

Master in Public Administration

BS Commerce major in Accountancy

Business Administration/ Public Administration/ Management

Monetary Economics, Public Economics

Bulao, Rolan Jon G.

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Assistant Professor II

Doctor of Business Administration (units)

MA Economics

BS Business Economics

Economics/ Business Administration

Macroeconomics, Economic Development, Monetary Economics, Health Economics, Economic Research, Managerial Economics, Writing in the Economics Discipline

  Francia,      Catherine V.

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Instructor I 

Master in Economics,
under thesis writing

AB Economics

Economics

 

Introductory Economics, Microeconomics, History of Economic Thought, Algebra and Trigonometry

De Luna, Yumi Vivien V.

Instructor III

MS Management Engineering

BS Statistics

Mathematics/ Statistics

Mathematical Statistics, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, Calculus I,

Calculus II

Baltar, Kevin C.

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Instructor I 

MS Resource Management Major in Environmental Management (units)

 

BS in Agriculture Major in Agricultural Economics

 

Economics/Entrepreneurship

Agricultural Economics, Environmental Economics, Resource Economics

Pilapil, Enrique III

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Instructor I

AB Economics

Economics/ Business Administration

Introductory Economics, Labor Economics, Economic Practicum

Medroso, Karlo Pedro II L., CPA

Assistant Professor I

MS Economics (units)

Master in Business Administration

BS Accountancy

Accounting/Economics/Bus. Ad

Financial Accounting & Reporting, Managerial Economics

 
FACULTY WHO WILL HANDLE SCIENCE COURSES IN BS ECONOMICS
 
FACULTY   ACADEMIC RANK  EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION SUBJECTS

Faurillo, Cristina

Instructor I

MS (units)

BS Geology

Registered Geologist

Fundamentals of Geology

Ortua, Karen Eyre Moshie

Instructor I

MS Plant Science (units)

BS Biology

Biology/ Botany

Fundamentals of Biology

Valencia, Almira Deanna Lynn C.

Instructor I

MS Biology (units)

BS Biology

Biology/ Ecology

Fundamentals of Ecology

Bachelor of Science in Economics 

Program Objectives

1.    Equip students with knowledge in economic theory and its applications and with essential skills for undertaking economic analysis.

2.    Provide students with trainings to conduct research that will generate opportunities for economic development.

3.    Conduct trainings, seminars, workshops and other extension activities to address the social, environmental and economic needs of the community.

4.    Instill love and care for the environment in development efforts in the district and the region at large through active participation in local, national, and international conferences.

5.    Inculcate moral values and enhance social awareness for sustainable economic development.

Program Outcomes

A. Common to All Programs

a.1 Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice.

a.2 Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino.

a.3 Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams.

a.4 Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility.

a.5 Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

B. Common to Social Sciences and Communication

b.1 Understand and apply social science concepts and theories to the analysis of social issues

b.2 Design and execute social research using appropriate approaches and methods.

b.3 Practice professional and ethical standards in the fields of social sciences and communication.

C. Common to a Horizontal Type

c.1 For universities: an ability to participate in the generation of new knowledge or in research and development projects.

D. Specific to BS Economics Program

d.1 Demonstrate knowledge of economic theory and the standard methods used in economic research.

d.2 Demonstrate the ability to diagnose economic problems using appropriate theories and methodologies.

d.3 Effectively communicate economic arguments and research results.

d.4 Appreciate and practice good citizenship.

d.5 Demonstrate a deep commitment to maintaining high ethical standards especially in constituting, analyzing and interpreting economic data and results.

d.6 Instill social, economic, and environmental awareness and responsibility especially in Partido District, Camarines Sur.

d.7 Support and develop programs and activities that ensure sustainable economic development especially in the Bicol Region.

GOA CAMPUS

School of Graduate Studies and Research
  Doctor of Philosophy - Level II Re-accredited
    English Language Education
    Mathematics Education
  Master of Arts in Education - Level III Re-accredited
    English
    Mathematics Education
    Science Education
    Instructional Management
  Master in Public Affairs - Level II Re-accredited
    Local Government and Development
  Master in Business Administration - Level II Re-accredited
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
  Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education - Level III (Assessment on-going for Level IV)
  Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education - Level III (Assessment on-going for Level IV)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
  Bachelor of Arts in Communication - Level III Re-accredited
  AB in Political Science freeze
  Bachelor of Science in Biology - Level III Re-accredited
  Bachelor of Science in Geology board program - Level II Re-accredited
  Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Level I Accredited
  Bachelor of Science in Computer Science - Level II Re-accredited
  Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Level III Re-accredited
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
  Bachelor of Science in Accountancy - Level III Re-accredited
  BSBA major in Financial Management - Level III (Assessment On-going for Level IV)
  Bachelor of Science in Office Administration - Level III (Assessment On-going for Level IV)
  Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship - Level III (Assessment On-going for Level IV)
  Bachelor of Science in Economics 
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
  Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering - Level II (Passed Phase 1 for Level III)
  Bachelor of Science in Sanitary Engineering - Level II (Assessment On-going for Level III)
  Bachelor in Engineering Technology 
    Electrical Engineering Technology 
    Mechanical Technology Option in Automotive Technology
    Mechanical Technology Option in Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Technology
  Bachelor in Automotive Technology

LAGONOY CAMPUS

  Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Dieteticsboard program - Level II Reaccredited
  Bachelor of Science in Criminologyboard program - Level I Accredited
  Bachelor of Science in Industrial Security Management

SAN JOSE CAMPUS

  Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management (1st and 2nd Year) - Level III Re-accredited
  Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Level II Re-accredited
  Bachelor of Science in Office Administration (1st and 2nd Year)
  Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - First 2 years

SALOGON CAMPUS

  Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness - Level II Re-accredited

SAGNAY CAMPUS

  Bachelor of Science in Fisheries board program - Level II (Assessment on-going for Level III)
  Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology 

CARAMOAN CAMPUS

  Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management - Level II Re-accredited
  Bachelor in Engineering Technology 
    Mechanical Technology Option in Automotive Technology

TINAMBAC CAMPUS

  Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science - Level I (Assessment On-going for Level II)

- Data as of May 2021

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