CBAA undergoes assessment for compliance certification


The College of Business Administration and Accountancy (CBAA) underwent a thorough evaluation by the Regional Quality Assessment Team (RQAT) on June 5 as part of the process to obtain the Certificate of Program Compliance (COPC) for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program through the Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP).

The assessment aimed to ensure the program meets the minimum standards prescribed by the Commission on Higher Education’s (CHED) Policies, Standards, and Guidelines (PSGs) under CMO No. 17 series of 2017. This meticulous evaluation was carried out by a team of Education Supervisors: Dr. Nino Romyr H. Saavedra, Dr. Myrelle Faith D. Mina, and Dr. Rocky A. Cera.

Dr. Erwin T. Tolbe, the dean of CBAA, along with the faculty and staff, warmly welcomed the assessment team. The collaborative effort and preparation by the CBAA team were evident as they facilitated a seamless review process.

The visitors critically looked into various areas of the program: administration, faculty, curriculum, library, physical facilities, adequate support and service personnel, and admission.

The assessment was deemed successful and productive, marking a significant step toward the CBAA’s goal of achieving the COPC for its Business Administration program.


Article by Emman Trevor A. Quilala.


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